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BitcoinABC

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Bean Cash cryptocurrency

Bean Cash is the first digital currency to implement a 20MB maximum block size. Bean Cash has a target block time of 60 seconds, with a confirmation time more than 10 times faster than Bitcoin. Bean Cash uses the energy efficient Proof of Stake method of consensus.
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XUEZ

https://xuezcoin.com/ XUEZ is a community-based project, aiming to address the inherent problems plaguing Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Understanding the importance of anonymity as well as usability, XUEZ provides a 8MB block size that results in close to instantaneous transaction times.
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One of the best ways to increase censorship resistance was to make Bitcoin so widely used as a currency in daily life, that it would no longer be possible to stop it without causing a revolution. Keeping block sizes small without viable alternatives totally killed that momentum.

One of the best ways to increase censorship resistance was to make Bitcoin so widely used as a currency in daily life, that it would no longer be possible to stop it without causing a revolution. Keeping block sizes small without viable alternatives totally killed that momentum. submitted by MemoryDealers to btc [link] [comments]

One of the best ways to increase censorship resistance was to make Bitcoin so widely used as a currency in daily life, that it would no longer be possible to stop it without causing a revolution. Keeping block sizes small without viable alternatives totally killed that momentum.

One of the best ways to increase censorship resistance was to make Bitcoin so widely used as a currency in daily life, that it would no longer be possible to stop it without causing a revolution. Keeping block sizes small without viable alternatives totally killed that momentum. submitted by MemoryDealers to btc [link] [comments]

History Lesson (Apr 2013) - "The idea that Bitcoin can be a store of value with a 1mb block size limit seems like nonsense to me. That's reversing cause and effect. Bitcoin gained value because it was useful, it didn't gain use because it had value." - Mike Hearn

History Lesson (Apr 2013) - submitted by jessquit to btc [link] [comments]

Chris Pacia: "You need to remember how the "store of value" meme came to be in Bitcoin to begin with. Parts of the community refused to make a trivial change to the block size which would have preserved utility and had zero negative effects. This rendered the system largely useless. Hence SOV."

Chris Pacia: submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

Wow 100k bitcoin traded on CB! It must be a coincidence that's almost exactly the size of that whale block last week that moved... Right?

Well in my opinion it is certainly not a coincidence. Actually, my conspiracy theory mindset has me wondering if this overdone Corona virus was created just to have a market crash while the elite still had a sizable percentage of the Bitcoins in existence which they acquired via mining and OTC markets for the sole purpose of crashing the bitcoin spot Market harder than the stock markets to try and shake people's belief in it being a non correlating asset or better than gold as a SOV. Most FOLKS here believe (myself included) that in a truly open market that could simply not be the case due to the fact that it is the first Truly finite asset and one that we do not need anyone to validate nor anyone's permission to transmit to anyone anywhere anytime instantly. I believe that math will work out here over time and that this is a temporary pre halving opportunity for us to acquire bitcoin cheaply. I will continue to dollar cost average, run my own node, and store my own keys. I will not sell no matter what the fiat price is. I do this knowing its risky, and also with the belief that this is a way to vote for the future of humanity in the right direction away from the financial oppressors and a truly decentralized world with a bonefied truth machine to hold people accountable and create a more just world for all! Will you join me?
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05-01 15:55 - 'It is very obvious I was referring to the hard coded limit of 1MB, still in the code to this very day, that means without segwit a block is limited to 1MB. / ​ / Block size refers to this limit by convention, blo...' by /u/ROTwasteman removed from /r/Bitcoin within 12-22min

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It is very obvious I was referring to the hard coded limit of 1MB, still in the code to this very day, that means without segwit a block is limited to 1MB.

Block size refers to this limit by convention, block weight refers to what you are talking about. If we're being really pedantic, (which it seems like you are) you are using the conventional terms incorrectly to call me a liar.

You were being misleading as you imply the "average block limit" (again a nonsense term, limits don't have an average) has doubled. What are you accusing me of changing by editing? I've only added additional information, within a few minutes of making the comment. So who's being misleading again? You have quoted me multiple times and nothing is changed there so.......


The context of my entire participation in this thread is to actually provide some balance to this sub's insistence that lightning is currently a good working, useful, scaling solution. Which it just isn't for the vast majority of bitcoin users. I fully expected to be downvoted while people who point out that you can use lightning to have online casinos take your money (don't really need inbound capacity for that) get voted up. This is from someone who has been here since 2011 and runs a full bitcoin and lightning node. As well as a bitcoin based business, that is still trying to find a non shit way to integrate lightning.
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showerthought: The change Core made from a currency to "digital gold" is FAR more radical than the change Bitcoin Cash made from 1MB(+0.4) blocks to a max size of 32MB, which is really up to the choice of the miners, to stay a currency.

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The platform uses a Protocol developed on the basis of TCP IP in conjunction with Blockchain 5.0. The developers of Blockchain 5.0 managed to reduce the size of blocks to as much as 120 bytes, which is 8 thousand times less than the value of a single block for bitcoin. #relictcoin #relictum #DLT

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The platform uses a Protocol developed on the basis of TCP IP in conjunction with Blockchain 5.0. The developers of Blockchain 5.0 managed to reduce the size of blocks to as much as 120 bytes, which is 8 thousand times less than the value of a single block for bitcoin. #relictcoin #relictum #DLT

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Relictum Pro - Network

Relictum Pro - Network

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Relictum Pro has the advantages of the Blockchain from the previous generation, namely the number of transactions up to> 1000 per second with a node filling speed of 0.5 to 1 second and the block size of only 120 bytes, which is 8,000 times smaller than the size of the Bitcoin block, which is 1,024,000 bytes ( 1MB). This allows data transfer and data processing speeds to an entirely new level. This also speeds up information retrieval on the network.
Relictum Pro has 3 main elements, namely:
• Newest block architecture Unique architecture of chains and blocks, with hash in MasterChain and synchronization and sharing of information by parallel chains n-dimensional smart-contracts
• Own communication technology Own network of virtual communication channels (HyperNet) OSI transport layer on the basis of TCP / IP protocol over the Internet
• PoT own consensus Unique consensus algorithm PoT (Proof of Tsar) with protection from hash collisions, nodes typing and their conditions
#relictum.pro #relictumpro #relictcoin #relictum #blockchain5.0 #relictumblockchain #Blockchaintechnology
https://relictum.pro/
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Relictum Pro can enter into a smart contract between 10 partners at the same time; The weight (size) of one block in Relictum Pro is on the order of 120 bytes, which is 8,000 times less, compared to the Bitcoins block. #relictumpro #relictcoin #relictum https://relictum.pro/

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Announcing BRSV (Bitcoin REAL Satoshi Vision) - A new hard fork of BSV with unlimited block size

I am tired of these BSV assholes holding us back from the REAL satoshi vision, so it's time to kick these guys off our BSV network and scale as satoshi really intended! 128mb is way too small! If Craig and Coingeek want to fight our fork, then it will be a hashwar to the death and we will reorg BSV. They can fuck off! I don't care! We will be doing a stresstest with 1TB blocks soon, finalizing the fork between the two. Don't worry about downloading a node, we will be the only ones running it and the only software we will be releasing is a SPV wallet. Coming soon!
BSV also has a critical error which I will be announcing in 2025, so I recommend selling ASAP!
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Satoshi Nakamoto supports big blocks: "Bitcoin can already scale much larger than [Visa] with EXISTING HARDWARE for a fraction of the cost. It never really hits a scale ceiling. If you're interested, I can go over the ways it would cope with extreme size."

Satoshi Nakamoto supports big blocks: submitted by tralxz to btc [link] [comments]

Congrats! Bitcoin Cash is now capable of a 32MB block size, and new OP_CODES are reactivated!

Congrats! Bitcoin Cash is now capable of a 32MB block size, and new OP_CODES are reactivated! submitted by Devar0 to btc [link] [comments]

BitMEX Research:" Our Bitcoin SV node experienced a 2 block chain re-organisation today, at around 4am UTC One of the orphaned blocks was around 62.6MB in size, which may have caused the issue"

BitMEX Research: submitted by money78 to bsv [link] [comments]

Should Bitcoin revisit the block size debate with a view of implementing and taking out rival forks and competing alts?

The scaling debate has long been a contentious issue however if anything rival forks and competing alts have been able to demonstrate that larger blocks still work.
There were initial concerns over security etc by going larger and quite rightly so as Bitcoin was and still is the world's largest crypto.
Personally I'd like to see the debate revisited, can't see a reason why Bitcoin couldn't have both segwit and larger blocks now larger blocks have been tried and tested.
I'd also love to see all the "big blockers" and their communities squirm a little at thought that if Bitcoin implements larger blocks it may make their forks and alts obsolete.
Whatcha think?
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Bitcoin mempool clearing up. Fees dropping fast. Also a spike in average block size. Spammers finally out of money? Coinbase finally batching and SegWit enabled? What's going on?

Bitcoin mempool clearing up. Fees dropping fast. Also a spike in average block size. Spammers finally out of money? Coinbase finally batching and SegWit enabled? What's going on? submitted by ningrim to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin blocks just hit an all-time high of a 1.3MB average block size

Bitcoin blocks just hit an all-time high of a 1.3MB average block size submitted by CBDoctor to litecoin [link] [comments]

1.44MB!!! This Newly Created Technology is Called "Floppy Disk" It is Bigger than A Current Block Size of Bitcoin.

1.44MB!!! This Newly Created Technology is Called submitted by KingofKens to btc [link] [comments]

Just released these large size prints of The Times 3/jan/2009 and 2019, with a surpise only visible with blacklight (Bitcoin related hash and blocks numbers)

Just released these large size prints of The Times 3/jan/2009 and 2019, with a surpise only visible with blacklight (Bitcoin related hash and blocks numbers) submitted by Pascalboyart to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Vinny Lingham: Segwit2x is not about increasing the block size, it's about removing "Core's" access and control of the Bitcoin repo to a group who believes that [Core] are technically sound, with no defined leadership, are unwilling to compromise and are a law unto themselves.

Vinny Lingham: Segwit2x is not about increasing the block size, it's about removing submitted by NaturalBornHodler to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

I find it comedic that people think Bitcoin can be the currency of the future, yet those same people oppose increasing the block size from 1 MB to 20 MB. You can't have a currency of the future that only handles 7 transactions per second.

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Quick Tour of Medium Size Bitcoin Mining Facility Bitcoin Q&A: Scaling and the block size debate - YouTube When Will Bitcoin Raise the Block Size Limit? EB82 – Mike Hearn - Blocksize Debate At The Breaking Point Ethereum's Fork & Bitcoin's Block Size: Different Dramas ...

Bitcoin Cash is a Bitcoin hard fork that raises the Bitcoin (Cash) block size to 32MB, allowing the BCH network to process around 65 transactions per second. The Bitcoin Cash hard fork took place in August 2017, just before the conclusion of the SegWit and SegWit2x debacle. In many ways, the Bitcoin Cash movement and hard fork was a result of the lack of direction by the latter project. Bitcoin Block Size historical chart Average block size. Share: btc eth ltc bch xrp bsv xmr zec etc dash doge btg vtc rdd blk ftc nmc nvc. Scale: linear log. Latest Prices: BTC/USD: 12769.47 (hitbtc) BTC/USD: 12792.98 (bitasset) BTC/USD: 12791.71 (gdax) BTC/USD: 12779.3 (coinbasepro) Zoom: 3 months 6 months 1 year 2 years all time. Transactions Block Size Sent from addresses Difficulty ... Bitcoin Blockchain Size – Das Wachstum 2017 , 2018 und 2019. Die ausgeklügelte Mechanik des Bitcoins hat sich in den letzten zehn Jahren kaum verändert. Das trägt natürlich zur Stabilität und zum Vertrauen in das Netzwerk bei, zeigt aber auf der anderen Seite, dass wesentliche technische Herausforderungen noch ungelöst sind. Abgesehen von der Proof-of-Work Difficulty, die für das ... Originally, Bitcoin's block size was limited by the number of database locks required to process it (at most 10000). This limit was effectively around 500-750k in serialized bytes, and was forgotten until 2013 March. In 2010, an explicit block size limit of 1 MB was introduced into Bitcoin by Satoshi Nakamoto. Each block is cryptographically linked to the preceding block, forming a "blockchain." The size of these blocks is currently restricted to below the average daily demand, making transaction fees for Bitcoin Core (BTC) a competitive marketplace. Since miners earn the fees from transactions included in their blocks, they have a direct incentive to mine larger blocks with more transactions. As ...

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Quick Tour of Medium Size Bitcoin Mining Facility

The highly-charged debates around both Ethereum's potential hardfork and Bitcoin's block size appear different on the surface, but are caused by the same des... The capacity of the bitcoin network is limited by a hard-coded limit inside its protocol. As technology advances, this limit becomes increasingly absurd. When will it be updated to be more ... Data Networking for Medium Size Bitcoin Mining Operations - Duration: 20:35. ... BlockOps Tour of Mid-size crypto mining facility Jan 2018 - Duration: 4:24. Block Operations 40,110 views. 4:24 ... Stephanie, Andreas and Adam speak first with Bitcoin Foundation Chief Scientist Gavin Andresen about the Bitcoin Block Size debate, where it came from, why it matters and what he thinks we should ... Whether the block size should be increased to 20MB has created more controversy than any other question in Bitcoin's recent history. For some, it is an urgent and necessary step in Bitcoin's ...

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