Litecoin miners can now signal support for their own Segregated Witness, while Bitcoin is facing a record capacity overload.
Chinese miners still haven’t reached consensus on their support for either Bitcoin Classic or Core, and the PBOC wants to issue its own virtual currency.
With the debate on Bitcoin’s scalability still unresolved, and even escalating over recent months, the digital currency could learn from other cryptocurrencies that have faced difficult and fundamental decisions before.
Gyft is reporting a drop in Bitcoin payments, but Barclays is about to take the digital currency into the mainstream.
Iran now has its first Bitcoin exchange and a majority of mining pools in Bitcoin’s network are supporting BIP100.