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Bitcoin Cash ‘Chain-Splitting’ Bug was Detected by Bitcoin Core Dev.

It has emerged that the “unknown person” who notified Bitcoin ABC developers of a vulnerability in Bitcoin Cash which would have resulted in the unintended split of the altcoin’s network is actually a Bitcoin Core (bitcoin’s primary software implementation) developer. In a Medium blog post, Corey Fields revealed that he was responsible for anonymously and The post Bitcoin Cash ‘Chain-S...
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Bitcoin.org Redesign Goes Live, Removes References to Pro-SegWit2x Companies

Bitcoin.org launched a new website design on and has removed references and links to certain partners, including BitPay, Coinbase, and Blockchain.   The removal of the companies occurred most on the resources pages, namely the exchanges page. The argument for removing these large players, who have helped with increasing adoption for new users, is that The post Bitcoin.org Redesign Goes Live, ...
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‘BetterHash’: Bitcoin Core Dev. Proposes New Protocols to Decentralize Bitcoin Mining

Bitcoin Core developer Matt Corallo has published a draft of a Bitcoin Improvement Proposal (BIP) that aims to further decentralize bitcoin mining through the adoption of a new mining protocol. Published by Corallo — perhaps better known by his social media handle TheBlueMatt — on his personal GitHub repository this week, the “BetterHash Mining Protocol(s)” The post ‘BetterHash’:...
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Bitcoin Core Dev: BTC Source Code Should Be Removed from GitHub [Eventually]

Bitcoin Core developer Wladimir van der Laan said that Microsoft’s acquisition of GitHub should spur discussion about moving the Bitcoin code repository off GitHub and to an independently-hosted platform. Reports first emerged over the weekend that Microsoft had reached an acquisition agreement with GitHub, and the two parties confirmed the $7.5 billion deal on Monday. The post Bitcoin Core Dev: B...
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