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Jeff Garziks startup Bloq is now sponsoring bitcoin development /forum.bitcoin.com

Jeff Garziks startup Bloq is now sponsoring bitcoin development /forum.bitcoin.com submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin's Development /forum.bitcoin.com

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US Government Contacted a Bitcoin Developer /forum.bitcoin.com

US Government Contacted a Bitcoin Developer /forum.bitcoin.com submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Go to https://bitco.in/forum/threads/gold-collapsing-bitcoin-up.16/page-1578 and read post #31542 all the way to the end. 21M coins will not be enough for BSV, says BSV developer Dan Connally (sp).

Go to https://bitco.in/forum/threads/gold-collapsing-bitcoin-up.16/page-1578 and read post #31542 all the way to the end. 21M coins will not be enough for BSV, says BSV developer Dan Connally (sp).
Here is nChain developer Dan Connally (?sp?) starting to explain on Saturday, January 11, why it will be necessary to raise the 21M coin supply in BSV. It's because 21M is a lot for " .. that select group of [few] individuals..." but apparently not enough "...for the entire planet..."


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P2Pool development thread moved to Bitcoin.com forums after bitcointalk moderator shuts down technical discussion

For those who aren't aware, the discussion regarding P2Pool development has shifted from the bitcointalk forums to the bitcoin.com forums here:
https://forum.bitcoin.com/pools/p2pool-decentralized-dos-resistant-trustless-censorship-resistant-pool-t69932.html?sid=f038c6d9241c4a3bd86f13508c6b2fa7
A little background. P2pool was first written and developed by forrestv, way back in 2011. Over the years, it was expanded with new features, including altcoin support. A few years back, forrestv went inactive and stopped supporting P2pool beyond the most critical of fixes. Jtoomim stepped up and forked P2pool, fixing a few bugs and adding performance enhancements and more altcoin support.
The jtoomim fork of bitcoin P2pool now has way more hashpower (and better performance for miners) than the default branch. It now supports more altcoins and coin forks, including Bitcoin Cash. Support has been lively, and jtoomim does plan to merge his code back into the main P2pool git eventually.
Recently, a moderator on the bitcointalk forums decided that the altcoin talk was no longer welcome there, and effectively shut down all discussion of jtoomim's fork. This was a rather abrupt change, as altcoin support has been an integral feature of P2pool for ages. In response, jtoomim started a new thread at the bitcoin.com forums (linked above), and the discussion has continued there.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] 6900 BTC in donations. 6 years in development. /u/Theymos forum software "epochtalk" is still at ...

The following post by bargebiscuitcandle is being replicated because the post has been silently removed and some comments within it have been silently removed.
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I didn't donate, and I definitely wasn't around when this began, so I don't have a bone in this. But it strikes me as odd that I can't find a single thread on this crowdfunding travesty in the past year, and not a single answer except "we're still working on it" in older threads (there might be other updates but this is the most recent one I could find, 18 months ago: https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/4a98vq/updates_on_theymoss_new_forum_software/d0yfi7k/ )
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Bitcoin mining, development, and major forums have all been centralized and are working against the best interest of Bitcoin; would Satoshi tell us to sell?

I'm starting to see Satoshi's vision differently in the last week or so since the miners, both pools and individuals, are refusing to take the necessary steps to give the network the capacity that it needs to run efficiently. We are regularly at 75% full blocks, or more, even during very slow times of the year for shopping. On an idle Monday or Tuesday we are seeing the network hit the limit and go over repeatedly.
It really blew me away to realize that probably the best way to help bitcoin and cryptocurrency at large is to always be migrating toward the coin with the best technology and the most decentralization, and right now bitcoin is far from that position with very few signs that this will change back anytime soon. SegWit SF is likely going to be a terrible fiasco that will yeild little, if any, additional headroom and it won't even be close to what we need during a halving year.
I've started unloading some of my coins after asking myself what Satoshi would do. What are your thoughts?
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I'm Jeff Garzik, Core Developer, Bloq co-founder and involved since July 2010, AMA at forum.Bitcoin.com

I'm Jeff Garzik, Core Developer, Bloq co-founder and involved since July 2010, AMA at forum.Bitcoin.com submitted by MemoryDealers to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

This forum is reserved for Bitcoin Cash developers

I don't know what the plan is for now.
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the fake updates on the status of the forum software being developed by theymos star team , paid with the bitcoins scammed from the community , are hilarious !

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11-07 10:03 - 'Sure, I can create something that no one will use and that will then get censored on all major Bitcoin forums so I can't promote it, attacked and ddosed 24/7 by developers that don't believe that Bitcoin should be used for...' by /u/KosinusBCH removed from /r/Bitcoin within 513-523min

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Sure, I can create something that no one will use and that will then get censored on all major Bitcoin forums so I can't promote it, attacked and ddosed 24/7 by developers that don't believe that Bitcoin should be used for apps and have in the past implemented blacklists into their clients, or I can create the same app on for example BCH, get tonnes of free press from very influential figures, and more activity than legacy centralized applications in the same field.
And even if I were to somehow get past all of these hurdles, if it then got any adoption what so ever I would be extremely limited by the 1MB blocksizes, the users would have to pay hundreds of dollars to send trivially small messages, and the core team would still not increase the blocksize to accommodate the increase in blockspace demand, but rather pop "champaign" and brag about how large their fees are, and how bitcoin isn't for poor people.
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[uncensored-r/btc] P2Pool development thread moved to Bitcoin.com forums after bitcointalk moderator shuts down tech...

The following post by ClassicClassicist is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been openly removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
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The original post's content was as follows:
For those who aren't aware, the discussion regarding P2Pool development has shifted from the bitcointalk forums to the bitcoin.com forums here:
https://forum.bitcoin.com/pools/p2pool-decentralized-dos-resistant-trustless-censorship-resistant-pool-t69932.html?sid=f038c6d9241c4a3bd86f13508c6b2fa7
A little background. P2pool was first written and developed by forrestv, way back in 2011. Over the years, it was expanded with new features, including altcoin support. A few years back, forrestv went inactive and stopped supporting P2pool beyond the most critical of fixes. Jtoomim stepped up and forked P2pool, fixing a few bugs and adding performance enhancements and more altcoin support.
The jtoomim fork of bitcoin P2pool now has way more hashpower (and better performance for miners) than the default branch. It now supports more altcoins and coin forks, including Bitcoin Cash. Support has been lively, and jtoomim does plan to merge his code back into the main P2pool git eventually.
Recently, a moderator on the bitcointalk forums decided that the altcoin talk was no longer welcome there, and effectively shut down all discussion of jtoomim's fork. This was a rather abrupt change, as altcoin support has been an integral feature of P2pool for ages. In response, jtoomim started a new thread at the bitcoin.com forums (linked above), and the discussion has continued there.
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P2Pool development thread moved to Bitcoin.com forums after bitcointalk moderator shuts down technical discussion /r/btc

P2Pool development thread moved to Bitcoin.com forums after bitcointalk moderator shuts down technical discussion /btc submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Over the past few months, Bitcoin Cash developers have been creating applications that are similar to social media and forum platforms such as Reddit, Facebook, and Twitter.

Over the past few months, Bitcoin Cash developers have been creating applications that are similar to social media and forum platforms such as Reddit, Facebook, and Twitter. submitted by svw05062009 to Dex [link] [comments]

6900 BTC in donations. 6 years in development. /u/Theymos forum software "epochtalk" is still at v0.4.0 and not in use anywhere. What happened? Does nobody care? /r/Bitcoin

6900 BTC in donations. 6 years in development. Theymos forum software submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Core Developer and Ex-head of Twitter Security Team To Speak Out At The Annual HackIT Forum in Kiev

Bitcoin Core Developer and Ex-head of Twitter Security Team To Speak Out At The Annual HackIT Forum in Kiev submitted by MoonMan_666 to Cryptocurrency247 [link] [comments]

Should a new, censorship-free "Bitcointalk.org" forum be created to discuss and coordinate the development and evangelizing of Bitcoin Cash? /r/btc

Should a new, censorship-free submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

11-14 15:02 - '6900 BTC in donations. 6 years in development. /u/Theymos forum software "epochtalk" is still at v0.4.0 and not in use anywhere. What happened? Does nobody care?' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/bargebiscuitcandle removed from /r/Bitcoin within 70-80min

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I didn't donate, and I definitely wasn't around when this began, so I don't have a bone in this. But it strikes me as odd that I can't find a single thread on this crowdfunding travesty in the past year, and not a single answer except "we're still working on it" in older threads (there might be other updates but [this]1 is the most recent one I could find, 18 months ago)
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6900 BTC in donations. 6 years in development. Theymos forum software "epochtalk" is still at v0.4.0 and not in use anywhere. What happened? Does nobody care?
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First International & All-Russian Conference Forum "Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies: Prospects for Development in Russia". (I see Prypto here, what about GoCoin, Expresscoin, Moolah and another Dogecoin-friendly companies?)

First International & All-Russian Conference Forum submitted by fcrypto to dogecoin [link] [comments]

I'm Jeff Garzik, Bloq co-founder Core Developer, Author of BIP100, AMA at Forum.Bitcoin.com Right now!

I'm Jeff Garzik, Bloq co-founder Core Developer, Author of BIP100, AMA at Forum.Bitcoin.com Right now! submitted by MemoryDealers to bitcoinxt [link] [comments]

I was just banned on reddit /r/bitcoin for saying I feel the new Bitcoin development is changing from original vision. /forum.bitcoin.com

I was just banned on reddit /bitcoin for saying I feel the new Bitcoin development is changing from original vision. /forum.bitcoin.com submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Stay up-to-date with Bitcoin XT development on the Google Groups forum

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Bitcoin SV Node: The Road to Genesis TWITTER HACK FALSE FLAG THEORY: Bitcoin Scam Alert Will Bitcoin Rebound in 2019? The Bull vs. Bear Case Compare the Decentralization of Hedera, Bitcoin, EOS, Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash Bitcoin Beginners Guide Learn how to get started quickly and Fundamentals Explained

Development & Technical Discussion Bitcoin Forum technical discussion about Satoshi's Bitcoin client and the Bitcoin network in general. Discuss everything technical regarding the Bitcoin protocol, and various clients here. Bitcoin Forum. Bitcoin is an open-source peer-to-peer digital currency project. P2P means that there is no central authority to issue new money or keep track of transactions. Bitcoin Forum is a community of developers, academics, and entrepreneurs dedicated to promoting and improving Bitcoin. Bitcoin is free software and any developer can contribute to the project. Everything you need is in the GitHub repository. Please make sure to read and follow the development process described in the README, as well as to provide good quality code and respect all guidelines. Development discussion takes place on GitHub and the bitcoin-dev On Sun, Jun 21, 2015 at 12:42 AM, Eric Lombrozo <[email protected]> wrote: > Thanks for asking *the* question, Jeff. We often get caught up in these > philosophical debates…but at the end of the day we need something concrete. > > Even more important than the specific software you’re using is the > security policy. > > If you must accept zero confirmation transactions, there are a few

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Bitcoin SV Node: The Road to Genesis

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