No SSD??!?!?!?!I've been vocal in my support of increasing the block size for months now:
While I think the network can easily handle blocks much larger than 2MB, there seems to be very widespread support for 2MB and Bitcoin Classic at the moment.
It's great to see so many other companies like Blockchain, Coinbase, Xapo, Bitstamp, and so many others, come out in favor of this.
This wide spread support I think means we are likely going to see it happen, and it will be for the good of everyone.
More users, more transactions, and more decentralization all in one.
What you (we) really want is an increase in max tx rate, and even that isn't necessary immediately.So many of us early adopters, including myself, feel this way.Classic is the vision I 'brought' into years ago, its the one I've worked hard to promote,
It should seem clear that both bigger blocks, and SegWit are good ways to increase the tx throughput.What you (we) really want is an increase in max tx rate, and even that isn't necessary immediately.
Segwit gives that almost as soon as a rushed, non-consensual hard fork, so why would you attempt that?
I understand that companies would like to have a clear increase in tx rate to plan for investments, but you don't get that even with your favorite 2MB hard fork.
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