The Control - Issue #16

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Satoshi disappeared from the community in 2011 and the lack of a leader is hurting Bitcoin currently.
 

The Control

March 26 · Issue #16 · View online
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Satoshi disappeared from the community in 2011 and the lack of a leader is hurting Bitcoin currently. Protocol improvements like Segwit are not getting approved by miners and there is a power struggle going on between various factions that appears to be tearing apart Bitcoin. 
The best path forward is cooler heads prevailing and the two sides coming together and agreeing on a roadmap that allows innovation on top of Bitcoin (though that is not the only path forward and a hard fork is another viable route). I shared some thoughts on how that could happen in The Bitcoin Compromise

Required reading this week
Forget Bitcoin. The Blockchain Could Reveal What’s True Today and Tomorrow
Hard Forks, Soft Forks, Defaults and Coercion
Lightning network in action
Web pioneer plans blockchain-based digital ad platform
Migration from Counterparty to Ethereum
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