At Bitcoin Cash Birthday Bash, Crypto Embraces the Strange
In the floor scenes of acrobats, cross dressers and samurai dwarves, gambling pioneers have urged Calvin Ayre, cryptographer advocate, "a great moment in the history of money".
It may sound a bit pointless, but the circus-gypsy-themed party was far from fiction at the London Beat Coin Cash Birthday Party last week to gather local enthusiasts of cryptocurrency to celebrate its one-year anniversary of its first year. block.
As the party proved, the block was big. I remember a year later about the birth of a password record book, not an 8MB size.
But there is still some controversy about this project, which is still one of the largest projects in the world (worth $ 10.2 billion) and still has a strong relationship with people who support the split-block chain.
Today, bit coin cash boasts a 32 MB block (compared to approximately 1 MB block of bit coin). People who are crazy about the #BitcoinRebirth party at the West End of London make it better to use the protocol as an electronic currency.
It was rather controversial, but for the time being a major controversy on the cash-out, and as the party has proved, they have no plans to give up the fight at any time.
"The other branch is no longer BitCorning technology, and we want to use BitCoin as a digital gold instead of using it as a currency anymore," Ayre told CoinDesk.
"I want them to be lucky. It's unfortunate that they stole the name of a bit coin when they did it."
The new Bitcoin logo logo, which was released through the retro "Street Fighter" video during the event, tells the house that the fighter uses a samurai knife to cut the "cash" portion of the project logo and retrieve the bit coin name. The conclusion was that "… bit coin cash is a bit coin".
But it was far from the odd events of the evening. Ayre explained why she believes that bitcoin cash has already been successful, playing with the percussion performance of a traditional Chinese orchestra against the background.
He concluded that many BitCorning projects were stopped when it became clear that block payments were no longer acceptable using block chains. But now the project is reopening with bitcoin cash.
"Fortunately for a short period of time, we were able to stop Bitcoin from evolving with the currency and payment platform in a short period of time, and we were able to use other types of applications as platforms." .
Asked specifically about how to encourage merchants to adopt bitcoin cash due to bitcoin cash, Ayre said direct salespeople educating large traders are running merchant programs.
He added, however, that the developed world merchant adoption is not a major driver. Instead, Ayre expects adoption to grow for the first time in developing countries.
In an interview with CoinDesk, Ayre said, "Those who use bitcoins will solve problems with incomplete transactions and new applications." In developed countries, this will happen through applications built on the bitcoin cash platform. "
"This will allow a unique business model that could not have existed before, and it can not exist on other platforms because it does not scale."
Elsewhere, attendees were naturally hooked on decryption. Elizabeth White, the founder of the White Company, a cryptographic concierge service, came up to explain why she supported this technology.
Last year, her company, which managed more than $ 100 million in cryptocurrency sales of luxury items, started accepting bit coin, litecoin and ether, adding stars and adding the latest bit coin cash. That's why White started to see trends among the coin users.
For example, bitcoin cash appears to be a popular choice with many "fun" users, White told CoinDesk.
"While ethereum people tend to pay their mother's rent," she said. Bitcoin cash is used for Beyonce and Jay-Z world tour tickets or for people who are hosting a party in the Greek island of Dom Perignon.
Still a rich and famous new password is not the only one to attend.
Other participants in the event were developers and miners, but also included curious beginners, including entrepreneurs behind the Student Lifestyle Platform membership in Manchester and a ticketing portal to accommodate decryption in the near future.
Bitcoin cash therefore appears to be slow, but it will surely attract the new wave of potential Crypto-curious enthusiasts who can bring another seller rush like 2014 bitcoin.
Bitcoin cash party image through Ian Allison for CoinDesk
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