In this episode I interviewed Clark Moody and we discussed the Bitcoin scaling debate and implementation of SegWit. While we focused on the scaling issues, SegWit also addressed a number of other issues. If you’d like to know more, hit the Bitcoin.org link below.
In this episode I talked about altcoins. I discussed the prominent altcoins and the issues in Bitcoin, real or imagined, that they attempt to solve.
BTC price: $9,728
Finney(0.00001 BTC): $0.97
24 hour volume: $7.2B / 752k BTC
Market cap: $164 billion
@tipmayermultiple: 200dma – $8510, mayer multiple=1.14x
Transaction fees: 57.86 sats/Byte(24) 36.5 sats/Byte(7d)
Suggested fees (sats/B): 106 next block, 101 next hour, 2.4 same day
Coin.Dance was running maintenance and I was unable to get info on Bisq or Localbitcoins
- Parity Wallet hack – Turns out it was worse than what I said in the episode, $150M!
- Critique of Ethereum’s Proof of Stake Model
In this episode I talked about who controls Bitcoin, who writes the code for the Bitcoin protocol and how improvements and updates are made. Follow the links below for more information on open-source projects, Github, and Bitcoin’s process specifically.
BTC price: $10,872
Finney(0.00001 BTC): $1.08
24 hour volume: $8.2B / 792k BTC
Market cap: $183 billion
Coins in Circulation: 16.8M
@tipmayermultiple: 200dma – $8244.77, mayer multiple=1.29x
Transaction fees: 36 sats/Byte(24) 39.6 sats/Byte(7d)
Suggested fees (sats/B): 5.0 next block, 3 next hour, 2.4 same day
localbitcoins – $53.9M(global)/ $6.7M(USA) last 7 days
bisq – $90k(global)/ $15.9k(USA) last 7 days