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Segwit2X is the biggest attack on Bitcoin so far

The Next Web Tuesday, 7 November 2017
I do expect some things to still change between the time that this article is posted and the actual fork date. I expect some more companies to back out, Bitso for example realized that there is no community behind 2X and that it’s not an “upgrade” but rather a split. However, here are some of my “final thoughts” about the upcoming Segwit2X. 1) Financial incentives Core devs own Bitcoin and most are working for free on this great open source project. Which means that their financial incentive is doing what’s best for Bitcoin in the long run. The CEO’s of the NYA…

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