Bitcoin : The extreme fees and block congestion of December were obvious signs that something was wrong with BTC. What am I missing?
How are there people who experienced those problems first hand, that don’t see BTC as being crippled or stifled?
If you’re a BTC supporter, please elaborate on why this was ok.
I’m genuinely curious and I’m only looking for responses from those that used BTC to make purchases at that time and previously.
I was a long time user of BTC. It was great. I bought weed *killer* online on a regular basis from 2013 until December of 2017. I was familiar with BTC and had fallen in love.
BTC, due to the block size cap primarily, is broken. Evidence of this fact was apparent I’m December 2017, when I paid $70 for some weed *killer* and the transaction didn’t go through due to my fee being too low. I finally got the payment to go through after resending a higher fee of $35 fucking dollars.
My weed *killer* went from $70 to $105 because my payment method was broken.
BTC is broken. Change my mind.
Would post on r/Bitcoin but don’t want to be banned for life.
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