Daily Roundup – October 12, 2017

Daily Roundup – October 12, 2017

According to CNBC, the bitcoin price reached an all-time high of over $5,300 today.

Over at Bitcoin.org, the longtime unofficial homepage of Bitcoin posted a warning regarding Bitcoin services that plan to implement the hard fork related to the SegWit2x proposal.

Over on Reddit, it was pointed out that F2Pool is no longer signaling for the SegWit2x proposal. F2Pool had previously announced that they would stop signaling for the proposal after SegWit had activated.

Over at the Blockchain blog, the bitcoin and ether wallet provider announced that they will refer to the chain with the most accumulated difficulty after the SegWit2x hard fork as the true version of Bitcoin.

Over on Medium, the Seoul Bitcoin Meetup announced their opposition to the hard fork portion of the SegWit2x proposal.

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