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  1. Jihan Wu: "blocksize is a minor issue that cost the community so much damage. It has given too much opportunities for some people who are altcoin developers. We have more challenge to solve, for the future of Bitcoin rather than a blocksize thing."
  2. Stephen Pair co-founder and CEO @Bitpay - The Bitcoin Core devs deserve a lot of credit for sticking to their guns on the blocksize issue.
  3. Serious question, if raising the max block size provides such a risk to centralization, why don't we decrease the max block size to 0.5 MB so more people can run nodes?
  4. The Role of Bitcoin Nodes: Do Full Nodes Running in Data Centers Benefit the Bitcoin Network?
  5. Why do people find it so hard to accept the irrefutable fact that Bitcoin is CURRENTLY, IN ITS PRESENT STATE, not fungible and that solving this problem is going to be very important problem going forward? Adam Back has solutions, but he hasn't had the time due to things like the blocksize debate.
  6. No Fork, No Fire: Segwit2x Nodes Stall Running Abandoned Bitcoin Code
  7. BTCC: It would be much better to have the support of Core, but if Core doesn't include a blocksize increase soon in the master branch, we may be willing to start running a fork.
  8. Devs are strongly against increasing the blocksize because it will increase mining centralization (among other things). But mining is already unacceptably centralized. Why don't we see an equally strong response to fix this situation (with proposed solutions) since what they fear is already here?
  9. Retail Giant Overstock to Issue its Own Stock on Blockchain Platform
  10. Canadian Police Issue Bitcoin Investment Scam Warning