25 Nov '16, 3pm

Where Bitcoin Mining Pools Stand on Segregated Witness

Where Bitcoin Mining Pools Stand on Segregated Witness

At the “Bitcoin Roundtable” in Hong Kong last February, Bitmain and AntPool representatives signed a letter supporting Segregated Witness, in return for a hard fork proposal to increase the block size limit from the Bitcoin Core developers present at the meeting. This hard fork proposal was scheduled to be presented within three months after the release of Segregated Witness — originally set for April. Due to a delay of Segregated Witness, however, the developers technically have until late next January to present the proposal.

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