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BITCOIN - UN PUNTO DI VISTA RAZIONALE IN MEZZO A FAZIONI FASCISTE E FAZIOSE DI BLOGGER INCAPACI DI INTENDERE E VOLERE

 RICK FALKVINGE analizza il problema che oggi è presente sul mercato dei bitcoin in relazione all'aumento dei blocchi e del difficiel rapporto fra miners e dev che sta preoccupando tanti talebani BITCOINERS ...il suo approccio e' totalmente condivisibile e fa dormire sonni relativamente tranquilli agli investitori a differenza delle PUTTANATE portare avanti da blog come Rischio Calcolato che servono solamente a annebbiare la mente delle persone ! 

I'm basically making the point that Bitcoin, by design, is built to have individual rational economic incentives work in alignment to create an emergent behavior for the system. It is specifically not designed to have people collude to override such incentives as a group, such as happened in the Hong Kong agreement. That will probably never happen again with that experience in the luggage.
Therefore, when people are sitting in a room and saying "the market should adopt Segwit because we think it's a good idea," that's not very different from a hypothetical Toyota boardroom saying "every family should buy our newest car because we think it's a good idea." It's just as ridiculous.
"Miners are a layer of the customer of the service (the code), and they get to run whatever code they want on their machines, just as a family gets to buy what car they want."
If you want miners to activate a particular protocol upgrade, you need to understand that miners will run code they think is better for them, not code that you think is better for any reason.The same goes for all other layers of clients to customers in the ecosystem.

The future

CT: Do you think Hard Fork is achievable in 2017 and how does the future of Bitcoin look?
RF: People hold over $16 bln worth of Bitcoin taken together, many of them developers, and that's the biggest insurance and assurance I have that people will work really hard to find a protocol upgrade path out of this stalemate.
I'm not going to commit to a firm date, but I can see some sort of tipping point arriving in the three-to-six-month time frame when it becomes obvious which path the upgrade is going to go. This doesn't mean the upgrade executes at that point, of course, but it should mean more certainty and momentum for the future.

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