Bitcoin Miners Have Lost Interest In Block Size Debate

Bitcoin Miners Have Lost Interest In Block Size Debate

Just because mining pools give individual miners the ability to choose Bitcoin Core and Bitcoin classic, does not mean they will be switching over in droves all of a sudden. That statement is only reinforced by the F2Pool mining statistics, as only a small portion of miners have diverted their hashpower to Bitcoin Classic. This begs the question as to whether Bitcoin miners care enough about the difference between both solutions to risk their steady earnings or not. Bitcoin Miners Are Not Too Bothered. Reaching a consensus on whether or not to implement the Bitcoin Classic block size....


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