Bitcoin Classic

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  • Wiki: a fork of the Bitcoin reference implementation Bitcoin Core aiming to increase the transaction processing capacity of Bitcoin by increasing its block size limit.[1] It is similar to, though less aggressive than, the Bitcoin XT fork, which never managed to get the support it needed. Bitcoin Classic promotes a single increase of the maximum block size from 1MB to 2MB. Bitcoin Classic is also an attempt to move technical governance of the Bitcoin project from the developers of Bitcoin Core to a voting process involving a larger community of miners, businesses, developers and users.
  • Bitcoin Classic has received support from Bitcoin companies, developers, investors and miners, such as Coinbase, Bitstamp, Circle, Jeff Garzik, Roger Ver and Gavin Andresen
  • On 2016-01-28 BIP109 as a HF: Two million byte size limit with sigop and sighash limits; base idea of Bitcoin Classic
  • Has been more quiet since the Bitcoin Cash fork.