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Breadwallet CEO Aaron Voisine: SegWit Soft Fork First, Block Size Hard Fork Later

February 1st, 2016 | by BTC News

Breadwallet CEO Aaron Voisine: SegWit Soft Fork First, Block Size Hard Fork Later
Rather than a Segregated Witness soft fork, Bitcoin Classic prefers to deploy a “cleaner” hard fork in order to increase the block size limit to 2 megabytes. To find out where the development community stands on this issue, Bitcoin Magazine reached out …
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Mike Hearn calls Bitcoin's block size debate a 'civil war'
The Bitcoin block size debate, a technical dispute over an intrinsic aspect of the network, has been taken entirely too far for at least one core developer. Mike Hearn has lost faith in the system, and sold all of his coins. Hearn is responsible for …
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