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Block Size Increase Requirements | Matt Corallo | May 07 2015

Matt Corallo on May 07 2015:
OK, so lets do that. I've seen a lot of "I'm not entirely comfortable
with committing to this right now, but think we should eventually", but
not much "I'd be comfortable with committing to this when I see X". In
the interest of ignoring debate and pushing people towards a consensus
at all costs, ( ;) ) I'm gonna go ahead and suggest we talk about the
second.
Personally, there are several things that worry me significantly about
committing to a blocksize increase, which I'd like to see resolved
before I'd consider supporting a blocksize increase commitment.
significantly decrease block propagation latency, none of them are
implemented today. I'd expect to see these not only implemented but
being used in production (though I dont particularly care about them
being all that stable). I'd want to see measurements of how they perform
both in production and in the face of high packet loss (eg across the
GFW or in the case of small/moderate DoS). In addition, I'd expect to
see analysis of how these systems perform in the worst-case, not just
packet-loss-wise, but in the face of miners attempting to break the system.
technology, both in terms of development and in terms of getting
traction in the marketplace. I know StrawPay is working on development,
though its not obvious to me how far they are from their website, but I
dont know of any commitments by large players (either SPV wallets,
centralized wallet services, payment processors, or any others) to
support such a system (to be fair, its probably too early for such
players to commit to anything, since anything doesnt exist in public).
long-term incentives within the system. If we're just building Bitcoin
to work in five years, great, but if we want it all to keep working as
subsidy drops significantly, I'd like a better answer than "we'll deal
with it when we get there" or "it will happen, all the predictions based
on people's behavior today say so" (which are hopefully invalid thanks
to the previous point). Ideally, I'd love to see some real free pressure
already on the network starting to develop when we commit to hardforking
in a year. Not just full blocks with some fees because wallets are
including far greater fees than they really need to, but software which
properly handles fees across the ecosystem, smart fee increases when
transactions arent confirming (eg replace-by-fee, which could be limited
to increase-in-fees-only for those worried about double-spends).
I probably forgot one or two and certainly dont want to back myself into
a corner on committing to something here, but those are a few things I
see today as big blockers on larger blocks.
Luckily, people have been making progress on building the software
needed in all of the above for a while now, but I think they're all
very, very immature today.
On 05/07/15 19:13, Jeff Garzik wrote:> On Thu, May 7, 2015 at 3:03 PM,
Matt Corallo <bitcoin-list at bluematt.me
> wrote:
-snip-
If, instead, there had been an intro on the list as "I think we should
do the blocksize increase soon, what do people think?", the response
could likely have focused much more around creating a specific list of
things we should do before we (the technical community) think we are
prepared for a blocksize increase.
Agreed, but that is water under the bridge at this point. You - rightly
Mike and Gavin are due the benefit of doubt because making a change to a
leaderless automaton powered by leaderless open source software is
breaking new ground. I don't focus so much on how we got to this point,
but rather, where we go from here.
original: http://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-May/007966.html
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07-21 18:38 - '[quote] then why did the most influential leaders all agree to do a hardfork with a year lead up time? / [quote] [link] / Why did all these people disagree with you? / What changed u/theymos ? why is is more dangerous no...' by /u/AnonymousRev removed from /r/Bitcoin within 253-258min

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this sort of hardfork probably couldn't happen in today's Bitcoin
then why did the most influential leaders all agree to do a hardfork with a year lead up time?
The code for the hard-fork will therefore be available by July 2016.
[link]1
Why did all these people disagree with you?
What changed theymos ? why is is more dangerous now then ever?
Is it because of the bitch fit people had when miners mined classic blocks anyway? is the real danger you loosing control? and not really economic dangers of non full nodes.
It is really hypocritically to ban so many people and users for talking about this. Yet you are making posts and steering conversation on your viewpoint.
When really there is a long long long list of people who actually matter and disagree with you.
Kevin Pan Manager AntPool
Anatoly Legkodymov CEO A-XBT
Larry Salibra Bitcoin Association Hong Kong
Leonhard Weese Bitcoin Association Hong Kong
Cory Fields Bitcoin Core Contributor
Johnson Lau Bitcoin Core Contributor
Luke Dashjr Bitcoin Core Contributor
Matt Corallo Bitcoin Core Contributor
Peter Todd Bitcoin Core Contributor
Kang Xie Bitcoin Roundtable
Phil Potter Chief Strategy Officer Bitfinex
Valery Vavilov CEO BitFury
Alex Petrov CIO BitFury
Jihan Wu Co-CEO Bitmain
Micree Zhan Co-CEO Bitmain
James Hilliard Pool/Farm Admin BitmainWarranty
Yoshi Goto CEO BitmainWarranty
Alex Shultz CEO BIT-X Exchange
Han Solo CEO Blockcloud
Adam Back President Blockstream
Bobby Lee CEO BTCC
Samson Mow COO BTCC
Robin Yao CTO BW
Obi Nwosu Managing Director Coinfloor
Mark Lamb Founder Coinfloor
Wang Chun Admin F2Pool
Marco Streng CEO Genesis Mining
Marco Krohn CFO Genesis Mining
Oleksandr Lutskevych CEO GHash.IO & CEX.IO
Wu Gang CEO HaoBTC
Leon Li CEO Huobi
Zhang Jian Vice President Huobi
Eric Larchevêque CEO Ledger
Jack Liao CEO LIGHTNINGASIC & BitExchange
Star Xu CEO OKCoin
Jack Liu Head of International OKCoin
Guy Corem CEO Spondoolies-Tech
Pindar Wong Sponsor
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1: https://medium.com/@bitcoinroundtable/bitcoin-roundtable-consensus-266d475a61ff#.pw4crj5ke
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Macavity the Mystery Cat: He's not there!

[bitcoin-dev] Block size: It's economics & user preparation & moral hazard Jeff Garzik
[bitcoin-dev] Block size: It's economics & user preparation & moral hazard Pieter While
[bitcoin-dev] Block size: It's economics & user preparation & moral hazard jl2012
[bitcoin-dev] Segregated Witness in the context of Scaling Bitcoin Jeff Garzik
[bitcoin-dev] Segregated Witness in the context of Scaling Bitcoin Matt Corallo
[bitcoin-dev] Segregated Witness in the context of Scaling Bitcoin Pieter Wuille
[bitcoin-dev] Block size: It's economics & user preparation & moral hazard Jeff Garzik
[bitcoin-dev] Block size: It's economics & user preparation & moral hazard Pieter Wuille
[bitcoin-dev] Block size: It's economics & user preparation & moral hazard Jorge Timón
[bitcoin-dev] Segregated Witness in the context of Scaling Bitcoin Jeff Garzik
[bitcoin-dev] Segregated Witness in the context of Scaling Bitcoin Pieter Wuille
[bitcoin-dev] Block size: It's economics & user preparation & moral hazard Jeff Garzik
[bitcoin-dev] Segregated Witness in the context of Scaling Bitcoin Jeff Garzik
[bitcoin-dev] Segregated Witness in the context of Scaling Bitcoin Jeff Garzik
[bitcoin-dev] Block size: It's economics & user preparation & moral hazard Jeff Garzik
[bitcoin-dev] Segregated Witness in the context of Scaling Bitcoin Matt Corallo
[bitcoin-dev] Segregated Witness in the context of Scaling Bitcoin Matt Corallo
[bitcoin-dev] Segregated Witness in the context of Scaling Bitcoin Jeff Garzik
[bitcoin-dev] Segregated Witness in the context of Scaling Bitcoin Eric Lombrozo
[bitcoin-dev] Segregated Witness in the context of Scaling Bitcoin Jeff Garzik
[bitcoin-dev] Segregated Witness in the context of Scaling Bitcoin Adam Back
[bitcoin-dev] Segregated Witness in the context of Scaling Bitcoin Anthony Towns
[bitcoin-dev] Segregated Witness in the context of Scaling Bitcoin jl2012
[bitcoin-dev] Block size: It's economics & user preparation & moral hazard Dave Scotese
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macavity
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AMA Bitcoin Mining / Stratum V2 — We are Braiins, the company behind Slush Pool and Stratum V2. We’re joined by Matt Corallo and Peter Todd. Ask us anything!

Hi Bitcoin! We are Jan Capek (u/janbraiins) and Pavel Moravec (u/p-m-o), co-founders of Braiins (the company behind Slush Pool & Braiins OS). We recently published the specification for Stratum V2 — a new mining protocol that improves the decentralization, security, and efficiency of Bitcoin mining.
We know the biggest issues miners and mining pools face based on our years of experience operating Slush Pool, and this protocol addresses those problems. You can find the documentation at stratumprotocol.org.
Matt Corallo (u/TheBlueMatt) will also participate in the AMA. He joined us in Prague last September to hash out the details of the spec and his idea of allowing miners to select their own work in BetterHash is also implemented in Stratum V2. Peter Todd (u/petertodd) also joined the V2 team with his security expertise and will participate in this AMA.
Ask us anything! We’ll try to begin answering questions on Thursday around 4pm CET (10am EST).
P.S. The V2 technical specification is currently available to the public for comments and general feedback.
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Experts Discuss Stratum V2 and the Future of Bitcoin Mining [Matt Corallo / Peter Todd / Slush Pool CEOs]

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Matt Corallo: "... the worst parts of Bitcoin culture reliably come from folks like @Excellion and a few of the folks he has hired at @Blockstream ..."

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Bitcoin core developer Matt Corallo joins Jack Dorsey's Square Crypto

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Square Crypto hires Blockstream co-founder and Bitcoin Core contributor Matt Corallo

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Matt Corallo's attack on toxic bitcoiners like Maxwell and Excellion was just a distraction while he ripped light client support out of the Bitcoin Core (BTC) protocol

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Matt Corallo: "Seriously, screw Bitcoiners sometimes.... [...]"

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Experts Discuss Stratum V2 and the Future of Bitcoin Mining [Matt Corallo / Peter Todd / Slush Pool CEOs]

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AMA Bitcoin Mining / Stratum V2 — We are Braiins, the company behind Slush Pool and Stratum V2. We’re joined by Matt Corallo and Peter Todd. Ask us anything!

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‘Embarassed’ Bitcoin Core Dev Matt Corallo Slams Toxic Blockstream CSO

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AMA Bitcoin Mining / Stratum V2 — We are Braiins, the company behind Slush Pool and Stratum V2. We’re joined by Matt Corallo and Peter Todd. Ask us anything!

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History Lesson: In 2015, Matt Corallo questioned the Bitcoin Core (BTC) block size increase

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Steve Lee. Matt Corallo. The guy who writes these tweets. If you thought we already had the bitcoin dream team, think again. Please welcome Valentine Wallace (🌀vallywal), Jeffrey Czyz (🌀jkczyz), and Arik Sosman (🌀arikaleph) to Square Crypto.

Steve Lee. Matt Corallo. The guy who writes these tweets. If you thought we already had the bitcoin dream team, think again. Please welcome Valentine Wallace (🌀vallywal), Jeffrey Czyz (🌀jkczyz), and Arik Sosman (🌀arikaleph) to Square Crypto. submitted by Bitcoin1776 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Top 5 Contributors to Bitcoin Core 0.15.0. John Newbery (Chaincode) 14%. Pieter Wuille (Blockstream) 9%. Matt Corallo (Chaincode) 8%. Alex Morcos (Chaincode) 7%. Wladimir (DCI) 7%. Only 1 of 5 top contributors from Blockstream from the last 6 months of contributions. Over 70 contributors 0.15.0 !!

Top 5 Contributors to Bitcoin Core 0.15.0. John Newbery (Chaincode) 14%. Pieter Wuille (Blockstream) 9%. Matt Corallo (Chaincode) 8%. Alex Morcos (Chaincode) 7%. Wladimir (DCI) 7%. Only 1 of 5 top contributors from Blockstream from the last 6 months of contributions. Over 70 contributors 0.15.0 !! submitted by Cryptolution to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Matt Corallo shows his true "cypherpunk" colors. Pleads the SEC to regulate SegWit1MB as "Bitcoin" against 93% miner consensus

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How Mining Pools Work with Matt Corallo - YouTube SF Bitcoin Devs Seminar A Special Presentation By Matt Corallo of Blockstream 34 Meetup with Matt Corallo SF Bitcoin Devs Seminar: A Special Presentation By Matt Corallo of Blockstream Tales from the Crypt #31: Matt Corallo

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