Latest News Of SegWit Tag
Editorial 17 January 2019
Bitcoin Core’s SegWit still not viable a year after being introduced
Now, we’re looking at SegWit and wondering why, over a year after it was going to “rock the crypto world,” it is still floundering, not able to achieve the success its developers anticipated.
Editorial 23 July 2018
SegWit one year later: Where is it now?
There has been an adoption of SegWit, from August until now, of around 40%. However, the overall number of daily BTC transactions has actually dropped—almost precisely at the same time the soft fork was introduced.
Editorial 16 July 2018
A year in review for Bitcoin Cash
With Bitcoin Cash taking leaps and bounds in its first year, we can only imagine what’s in store for its second year. Stripped away from its shackles, Bitcoin can grow—indefinitely.
Editorial 2 July 2018
Segregated Witness removes one of Bitcoin’s data integrity checks
Breaking the chain of digital signatures is actually removing an integrity check in the Bitcoin ledger, according to developer Jonald Fyookball.
Editorial 4 April 2018
Demystifying the crypto space: From a platform perspective, only 4 cryptocurrencies exist
Forget all the nonsense coins and look at the cryptocurrency space from a platform perspective. Essentially, there are only four cryptocurrencies in existence, and these are the four with the largest market capitalization.
Editorial 6 March 2018
BTC transaction volume hits two-year low
BTC transaction fees are dropping, but not for the right reasons.
Tech 5 March 2018
Bitcoin Core 0.16.0 is finally released with full Segwit support
the development team responsible for the Segwit fork of Bitcoin, finally released an update to their client, featuring full support for Segregated Witness.
Business 7 February 2018
Damage control: Coinbase set for full SegWit activation amid BTC crash
Coinbase has begun the final testing phase of SegWit for BTC on their platform, with a target activation within Q1 2018.
Tech 30 January 2018
US agency: Bitcoin Cash is the original blockchain
Scientists at the National Institute of Standard and Technology (NIST) said the title of the original blockchain belongs to Bitcoin Cash.
Editorial 17 October 2017
Official Statement: Bitcoin Cash is the real Bitcoin
As the SegWit2x implementation inches closer, CoinGeek and other media outlets are taking a stand: Bitcoin Cash is the real Bitcoin.
Editorial 25 October 2017
SegWit supporters, you’ve been played: Jeff Garzik is abandoning ship
Less than a month before the second phase of NYA kicks in, its lead developer announces his own coin: an exit strategy from the potential disaster that is SegWit.
Tech 3 November 2017
The war of two SegWits: the SegWit vs SegWit2x saga simplified
What the fork is going on?