Latest News Of SegWit2x Tag
Tech 27 June 2018
bitPico threatens to take down Bitcoin Cash network with spam blitz
A shadowy developer has threatened a series of attacks against the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) blockchain, which he claims will be strong enough to damage the network.
Tech 5 April 2018
bitPico claims responsibility for DoS attack on Lightning Network
The DoS attack has been the subject of much speculation over the last two weeks, with developers worldwide taking an interest in the efforts of the previously unidentified attacker.
Tech 3 January 2018
Tread lightly: SegWit2x “revival” looks shady
The first lead developer they listed was taken off the site after he denied any involvement in the project.
Editorial 6 November 2017
Predicting the outcome of the November bitcoin fork
Bitcoin will split into two chains: Segwit1x and Segwit2x. Because these chains share the same proof-of-work function (PoW) and neither change the DAA.
Tech 6 November 2017
Bitso president backs out of SegWit2x, says NYA just “divided and caused mayhem”
Things are not looking good for SegWit2x: its lead developer has abandoned the project, and its supporters are falling out.
Business 7 November 2017
SegWit2x watchlist: wallets, exchanges, and important links to bookmark
As the controversial hard fork for Bitcoin’s legacy chain draws near, here are some links and lists to help you survive the impending chaos.
Tech 8 November 2017
SegWit2X abandoned: Backers call off November hard fork over lack of support
The highly controversial SegWit2X is officially no more.
Tech 9 November 2017
Unknown entity promises to resurrect dead SegWit2X fork
The fight to initiate the November hard fork isn't over yet for one group, which has vowed to continue signalling for SegWit2X.
Business 13 November 2017
Rollercoaster weekend: Bitcoin Cash fluctuates as major upgrade approaches
BCH hit the $2,400 mark over the weekend, but this is not why people should be paying attention to it.
Tech 14 November 2017
Bitcoin Cash hard fork goes smoothly
Will this finally hold miners down to the BCH chain?