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Where were the people behind nChain/CoinGeek during the great scaling debate and Blockstream takeover? Instead of fighting that group, they instead chose to only get involved recently and then attack the very people who saved us from the Bitcoin Core stranglehold.
My knowledge of Bitcoin isn't great, but I own some and I have been watching the BU vs Segwit debate...
Today I finally decided to actually lookup Segwit and learn exactly what it is. Now mind you, I'm just a Bitcoin user. I don't care how the backend works. But I have been a professional IT guy for close to 20 years now, so I understand technology. And I think the idea behind Bitcoin is awesome. Yesterday I moved around US$4.00 in bitcoin and paid a transaction fee of US$0.35 to do it. And I came to the realization that it would have been cheaper to use Paypal to do this rather than Bitcoin. So this spurred me to learn about Segwit. I read a few sites and even some ELI5 explanations and I fail to understand how this "solution" solves anything. At best is seems like a band-aid that will only cover a small part of the wound. Can someone explain to me what exactly Segwit is trying to accomplish and why people believe it's a good long term strategy?
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The Great Bitcoin Debate continues with Peter Schiff
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