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United Bitcoin May Be the Most Controversial Fork to Date

News Back on December 12 the well-known developer Jeff Garzik launched a Bitcoin Core (BTC) based fork called United Bitcoin (UBTC) after Segwit2x failed. At block height 498,777 the snapshot took place, and the UBTC network began just like the rest of the forks in existence, but claiming the tokens is far more complicated than one would think.Also r

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Garzik Forks UnitedBitcoin Away from “Maximalists” to Support Altcoin Communities

A new project called UnitedBitcoin (warning: the site autoplays audio) promises to add smart contract features using the UTXO model, support for the lightning network and SegWit, and eight-megabyte blocks. Headed up by Jeff Garzik, the lead developer behind the failed SegWit2x hard fork, along with Matthew Roszak and SongXiu Hua, this UnitedBitcoin (UB) hard fork will offer replay protection to pr

After Segwit2x Failed Jeff Garzik Reveals “United Bitcoin”

Altcoins A new bitcoin fork called United Bitcoin has been announced by a few prominent cryptocurrency luminaries that aims to improve the mechanics of the original bitcoin software. United Bitcoin was forked on December 12, 2017 at block height 498777 and the creators claim it will feature an 8MB block size, Lightning Network support, Segregated Wit

This Week in Bitcoin: Failed Forks, Atomic Swaps, and a Little Trouble in Big China

Featured In the first of a new series, we recap the juiciest stories from the past seven days. While trolls have trolled trolls and forkers have forked forks, we’ve bypassed the bitcoin bickering to focus on the news that matters. So nestle up close to your solo mining rig for warmth and get comfy as we reheat the finest morsels from this week in B

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Now the SegWit2x Hard Fork Has Really Failed to Activate

In case there were any remaining doubts, it now seems clear that the SegWit2x hard fork will not happen.The SegWit2x project, a product of theNew York Agreement signed onto by along list of companies and miners in May, had scheduled a hard fork to double Bitcoin’s block weight limit today. And while thecontroversial effort wassuspended by leaders of the project last week, this would not have sto

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2x or No 2x, That Was the Question

SegWit2x was supposed to be a SegWit derivative that doubled the amount of data a block could hold from 1MB to 2MB. The SegWit2x plan came into being at the 2017 Consensus conference in New York. At this event, 58 Bitcoin-related companies signed an agreement proposed by the Digital Currency Group - the company behind $GBTC. This agreement proposed that SegWit be activated as soon as possible, and

A New Website Claims the Segwit2x Hard Fork Isn’t Going Away

News news.Bitcoin.com recently reported on an unknown software developer called Bitpico who stated the Segwit2x fork will still happen on November 15 as intended. Bitcoin proponents are not sure if the developer is serious but a new website has been published called Bitcoin2x.org.Also read:Closing the Curtains On Segwit2x and the Following After

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Bitcoin Developer Peter Todd on SegWit2x Cancellation: “Millions of Dollars Wasted”

Highly regarded Bitcoin Core developer and cryptocurrency consultant Peter Todd has criticized the cancellation of the SegWit2x hard fork and the “waste” of resources used throughout the development of the software.Cancellation of SegWit2xOn November 8, the development and deployment of the SegWit2x hard fork were officially terminated, with the release of an official statement from BitGo CEO

Closing the Curtains On Segwit2x and the Following Aftermath

News In less than eight days Bitcoin network market participants were ready for the planned Segwit2x fork, canceled yesterday. Now cryptocurrency proponents everywhere are expressing opinions about the Segwit2x plan in general, and the working group’s decision to give up on forking the protocol.Also Read: Openbazaar Sees a Variety of New Vendo

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NO2X: Next Week’s Hard Fork Has Been “Suspended” Due to a Lack of Consensus

There will almost certainly be no Bitcoin hard fork next week: the main organizers behind the SegWit2x project have “suspended” their efforts.In anemail to the SegWit2x mailing list, one of the main organizers behind the project,BitGo CEO Mike Belshe, explained that the proposed hard fork has not been able to gain sufficient consensus to proceed:“Although we strongly believe in the need for

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