03 March 2016 – Dashjr, Bitcoin Core Developer, has made a novel proposal to solve the risk associated with the upcoming Bitcoin halving in July on development mailing lists. Instead of implementing a scaling solution, he suggests making adjustments to the code that governs difficulty of mining blocks. Bitcoin development has slowed significantly amidst controversy […]
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