I don’t think the issue is between larger blocks on the one hand and things
like lightning on the other - these two ideas are quite orthogonal.
Larger blocks aren’t really about addressing basic scalability concerns -
for that we’ll clearly need architectural and algorithmic improvements…and
will likely need to move to a model where it isn’t necessary for everyone to
validate everyone else’s latte purchases. Larger blocks might, at best, keep
the current system chugging along temporarily - although I’m not sure that’s
necessarily such a great thing…we need to create a fee market sooner or
later, and until we do this, block size issues will continue to crop up
again and again and economic incentives will continue to be misplaced. It
would be nice to have more time to really develop a good infrastructure for
this…but without real market pressures, I’m not sure it will happen at all.
Necessity is the mother of invention, after all. The question is how to
introduce a fee market smoothly and with the overwhelming consensus of the
community - and that's where it starts to get tricky.
On a separate note, as several others have pointed out in this thread (but I
wanted to add my voice to this as well), maintenance of source code
repositories is NOT the real issue here. The bitcoin/bitcoin project on
github is a reference implementation of the Satoshi protocol…but it is NOT
the only implementation…and it wasn’t really meant to be. Anyone is free to
fork it, extend it, improve upon it, or create an entirely new network with
its own genesis block…a separate cryptoledger.
The real issue regarding XT is NOT the forking of source code nor issues
surrounding commit access to repositories. The real issue is the *forking of
Open source repositories are meant to be forked - in fact, it is often
encouraged. It is also encouraged that improvements be submitted for review
and possibly merged back into the parent repository…although this doesn’t
However, we currently have no mechanisms in place to support merging of
forked cryptoledgers. Software, and most other forms of digital content,
generally increases in value with more copies made. However, money is
scarce…by design. The entire value of the assets of a decentralized
cryptoledger rests on the assumption that nobody can just unilaterally fork
it and change the rules. Yes, convincing other people to do things a certain
way is HARD…yes, it can be frustratingly slow…I’ve tried to push for many
changes to the Bitcoin network…and have only succeeded a very small number
of times. And yes, it’s often been quite frustrating. But trying to
unilaterally impose a change of consensus rules for an existing cryptoledger
sets a horrendous precedent…this isn’t just about things like block size
limits, which is a relatively petty issue by comparison.
It would be very nice to have a similar workflow with consensus rule
evolution as we do with most other open source projects. You create a fork,
demonstrate that your ideas are sound by implementing them and giving others
something that works so they can review them, and then merge your
contributions back in. However, the way Bitcoin is currently designed, this
is unfortunately impossible to do this with consensus rules. Once a fork,
always a fork - a.k.a. altcoins. Say what you will about how most altcoins
are crap - at least most of them have the decency of starting with a clean
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