14 - 20 March 2016
Ethereum has released 'Homestead' the first production release of its software, which was implemented at block 1,150,000. Great development from the Ethereum team!
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Next-generation blockchain platform Ethereum has released 'Homestead' the first production release of its software.
More than six months after the final date for application filings, only one license has been issued under New York’s BitLicense regulatory framework.
At a recent blockchain event in Toronto, Bitcoin Core contributor Peter Todd explained the true value of this new technology.
Block Size Debate
Gavin Andresen provides his answers to the following question posed by Paul Sztorc:
- Why do you think we have a [maximum] blocksize?
- What has changed, between the time that the [maximum] blocksize was introduced (July 15th, 2010), and today, which motivates us to make a corresponding change in the constraint?
This post has a really cool GIF showing the growth of Bitcoin block size and fees over the years.
Salil Deshpande, Managing Director at Bain Capital Ventures was at the Satoshi Roundtable and wrote a great piece of the current Bitcoin block size debate.
Vitalik Buterin, creator of Ethereum, explains what this new technology is and what the vision of a shared world computing platform could one day make possible.
Jeff Garzik made a presentation explaining public and private blockchains.
An article explaining a lot of misconceptions about blockchains.
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