Bitcoin : Why is there no Bitmain discussion in /r/btc?
There’s a recent development that Bitmain’s planned $500 million mining operation in Texas is not on the cards anymore.
That seems like a rather important thing to be discussing. Not to mention the layoffs.
Going back to governance, is it possible for Bitcoin cash (BCH) to survive another contentious fork? If everytime there’s a fork there’s a lost network effect, as well as lost value and increased confusion to new comers.
Should there only be one Bitcoin, can there be only one Bitcoin?
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