Bitcoin’s scalability issues continue, entrance to a conduct this week when Bitcoin developer and long-term evangelist, Mike Hearn brandished a record a failure, announcing his exit from a space. We spoke to Blockstream CEO, Austin Hill to speak about a issues lifted by Mike, and a proposals for scaling Bitcoin
Oliver Carding: The final time we spoke was during TechCrunch Disrupt London, days after Scaling Bitcoin and it looked like we were in a midsts of a resolution. What’s changed?
Austin Hill: I’m a small bit some-more confident and we indeed consider that for a people participating in a process, that fortitude is there. Like other CEO’s in a Ecosystem, we watch what’s function in Core and caring about it. We are a small singular as we account and support a team, some of whom minister to Core, though as I’ve mentioned before: We don’t have any contend in what Core does, nor are we determining a agenda, and it’s not a village to define, though a statements, roadmaps and contribution uncover really widespread consensus between a people who are concerned in a plan and that there is a clear path brazen on how we can muster Segregated Witness and how we can