Jimmy Nguyen of nChain provides an opinion on possible legal issues with the SegWit scaling proposal should it activate on bitcoin's network.
While SegWit2x has significant support, according to some in the bitcoin community, the group is closing off software development to outsiders.
As various scaling proposal deadlines loom, bitcoin is either on the verge of the biggest change in its history, or its biggest political failure.
Bitcoin miners are now actively showing their support for a network scaling proposal by flagging signaling directly on the blockchain.
The first code for bitcoin scaling proposal SegWit2x has been released for testing. Notably, it might be compatible with another proposal, BIP 148.
In yet another turn to bitcoin's scaling debate, mining firm Bitmain says it would split the network should an upgrade known as 'BIP 148' activate.
Jimmy Song of Paxos discusses bitcoin's scaling debate, arguing that adding sidechains to the protocol could ultimately provide the best path forward.
Popular bitcoin scaling solutions BIP148 and SegWit2x aren't compatible, but should they be to avoid a network split?
Is 'BIP 148' a beneficial change or risky update? Here's what both sides are saying about bitcoin's upcoming 'Independence Day'.
Once seen as an experimental technology, sidechains are emerging as a scaling solution that could please all sides of the debate.