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Scaling Bitcoin Releases This Year’s Program and a New Developer Bootcamp

Today, Scaling Bitcoin, the international engineering conference focused on Bitcoin and blockchain research, released its program for the 2017 edition. The conference, to be held in Stanford, California, in the first weekend of November, will also introduce a new side event this year: Bitcoin Edge, a bootcamp for starting Bitcoin developers.“The program is extremely interesting because it d

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A Bitcoin Beginner’s Guide to Surviving the Bgold and SegWit2x Forks

This is an updated version ofA Bitcoin Beginner's Guide to Surviving a Coin-Split specifically addressing issues associated with the upcoming Bitcoin Gold and SegWit2x forks.It looks as if Bitcoin will experience at least two more “coin-splits” soon, which (more accurately) will result in the creation of new coins. On October 25,Bitcoin Gold (Bgold) will split off from Bitcoin to create an ASI

Bitcoin.org Operators Aim to ‘Denounce’ Segwit2x Participants

News On October 6, 2017, the web portal Bitcoin.org announced it was “denouncing” the Segwit2x hard fork and companies involved with the project. The site plans to publish a banner on every page of the website explaining the “risks of using services” that are associated with the November 2MB fork and development team.Also read: Markets U

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2x or NO2X: Why Some Want to Hard Fork Bitcoin — and Why Others Do Not

NO to more security tradeoffsSegWit2x opponents generally agree that increasing Bitcoin’s block size comes with a number of tradeoffs.For one, bigger blocks increase resource requirements for operating a full node, such as more bandwidth use, longer sync time for new nodes and more. This increases the cost for individual users to partake in the network in a trustless and therefore optimally secu

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SegWit2X and the Case for Strong Replay Protection (And Why It's Controversial)

Come November, the remaining signatories of the “New York Agreement” (NYA) plan to deploy the “SegWit2X” hard fork to double Bitcoin’s block weight limit, allowing for up to 8 megabytes of block space. Since not everyone supports this hard fork, this could well “split” the Bitcoin network into two incompatible blockchains and currencies, not unlike Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash (Bcash) di

Younger Americans See Bitcoin As Investment Opportunity, Survey Says

Featured A new survey recently conducted by Lend Edu polled Americans about their interest in bitcoin. The survey asked basic questions about whether people have heard about bitcoin, whether it was legal, and if they would use it or invest in it. By and large, younger generations have increasingly heard of bitcoin, and they see it as an in

Nebraska Ethics Board Allows Attorneys to Accept Bitcoin

Featured A Nebraska ethics board just granted attorney’s permission to accept bitcoin, with a few stipulations. The Lawyers Advisory Committee granted approval, and also suggested accepting bitcoin is not at odds with codes of professionalism. Also read: Bitcoin Markets Rebound as More Chinese Exchanges Plan to Close OperationsThe Advis

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NO2X: Breaking Bitcoin Shows No Love for the SegWit2x Hard Fork in Paris

“There’s no such thing as a safe hard fork,” Electrum lead developer Thomas Voegtlin corrected an audience member at the Breaking Bitcoin conference in Paris last weekend. “I would recommend to have replay protection, of course,” he added.Community support for SegWit2x, the Bitcoin scaling proposal spearheaded by Barry Silbert’s Digital Currency Group, was virtually absent in Paris. Wh

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The Risks of Segregated Witness: Problems under Evidence Laws

Op-Ed By Jimmy NguyenChief IP, Communications & Legal Officer – nChain GroupThe bitcoin community still debates whether Segregated Witness will help the network’s scalability or will instead create more problems.  As I have previously written, SegWit raises legal questions because it would enable full digital signature (witness) da

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Breaking Bitcoin: Paris is Set to Host a New Technical Bitcoin Conference

A brand new technical conference is hitting the Bitcoin space this week.Loosely inspired by the well-known Scaling Bitcoin workshops, the French Bitcoin community will host the Breaking Bitcoin conference in Paris, on September 9 and 10. The conference has an explicit focus on security and is targeted at an audience with an understanding of the technical aspects of Bitcoin.“All of the talks and

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