Browsing the "Bitcoin Classic" Tag

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Bitcoin Classic Team to Cease Code Support In Wake of 2x Suspension

| Rachel Rose O'Leary

Proposed bitcoin scaling solution Bitcoin Classic has said it will be closing its doors, touting bitcoin cash as the best alternative.

Bitcoin Cash: Why It’s Forking the Blockchain And What That Means

| Alyssa Hertig

A group of miners unhappy with scaling proposal Segwit2x have created Bitcoin Cash, an alternative that could fork the bitcoin network on Aug. 1.

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An Anatomy of Bitcoin’s Great Scaling Debate

| Dr Paul Ennis

Missed bitcoin's big scaling debate? In this opinion piece, University College Dublin's Dr Paul Ennis breaks down the various stages.

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Fred Wilson, Reid Hoffman Back MIT’s $900k Bitcoin Developer Fund

| Michael del Castillo

MIT has raised $900,000 to continue funding the work of developers on the open-source bitcoin network.

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Why Bitcoin’s Block Size Debate is a Proxy War

| Martin Hagelstrom

In this opinion piece, IBM's Martin Hagelstrom argues 'bitcoin's block size debate' isn't really about block size at all.

With New Releases, Competing Bitcoin Softwares Forge Long-Term Plans

| Jacob Donnelly

As the scaling debate escalates, bitcoin's competing developer teams are laying out long-term roadmaps for the network.

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Bitcoin Faces Extinction Without Core Development Competition

| Daniel Cawrey

CoinDesk contributor Dan Cawrey argues that the bitcoin ecosystem should embrace and encourage competition in its development community.

Coinbase CEO: Core Developers May Be Bitcoin’s ‘Biggest Systemic Risk’

| Stan Higgins

Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong has issued new comments criticizing the Bitcoin Core development team, reiterating his support for Bitcoin Classic.


Bitcoin’s Capacity Issues No ‘Nightmare’, But Higher Fees May Be New Reality

| Stan Higgins

CoinDesk analyzes the recent decrease in transaction capacity on the bitcoin network and its affect on bitcoin users.

Bitcoin Has No Leader, and Maybe That’s a Good Thing

| Brian Hoffman

OB1 CEO Brian Hoffman discusses the current infighting among bitcoin's developers and why he believes a change in thinking is needed.