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Honestly... I thought this project was DOA because of when it launched... but holy shit, it is just now seeing it's price action catch up with the first mover advantage it had a couple years ago. And remember, Garzik has stated in past interviews that he created Metronome as a new beginning, a project that embodies what he would do differently after building on Bitcoin for a number of years. This is a top 50 project at uniscam prices. You know the devs You know the backers You know what happens next Don't say you weren't warned.
This is a Socratic Seminar organized by London BitDevs. We have a few in the past. We had a couple on BIP-Schnorr and BIP-Taproot that were really good with Pieter Wuille, Russell O’Connor and various other people joined those. Videos and transcripts for that are up. For those who haven’t attended a Socratic Seminar before this isn’t a presentation. Kalle (All) is on the call which is great but this isn’t a presentation from Kalle this is a discussion. We have got a reading list up that I have shared in various places on Twitter and on the YouTube. We’ll be going through those links and that will be the structure of the discussion. We will start off from basics. Early on is a great time for people who don’t know too much about Signet to participate. It will get more technical and we will go into the implementation details later. [...] As I said Kalle is here which is great. He knows more about Signet than probably anybody else on the planet.
What are the thoughts of bitcoin devs on Proof-of-Stake ?
Are they completely against the idea and have rejected it ? Or is it something that is part of the discussion. With various implementation coming and being analyzed ? Edit: I am not a proponent of POS, but am very bullish on bitcoin. Edit2 : The reason I am looking for bitcoin devs opinion, is that reading the wiki https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Proof_of_Stake suggests that the thing is faar more technical and complicated than what most people on reddit seem to feel.
Is it true that the Bitcoin dev team can (and have) roll back the chain by themselves?
Apologies for not making this a particularly comedic post. I only ask real technical questions in buttcoin now because bitcoin is a rabid cult. Anyway, I read this claim in a comment the other day, and was startled by how obviously centralized it sounds. I'm not by any means a true believer, but I do hold a little btc. How else will I pay camgirls and warlords? Please answer my question for real, and in service to comedy feel free to roast the dev team- I'm sure facial hair and criminal records are probably a good place to start.
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