So guys what do you think about that Craig Wright is claiming to be Satoshi Nakamoto?
Is this true or is he just spinning a tall tail to take our eyes of the real founder?
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Mike Hearn & Gavin Andresen are forking the Bitcoin Core to create 'Bitcoin XT' which has a much larger block size.
It appears to be a controversial topic and could potentially cause problems for bitcoin's credibility in the future if the intended outcome turns out to be a wrong decision. It could also cause problems for all Altcoins if there is a downtrend. Bitcoin XT has not been well explained and there isn't many facts on the web available explaining what exactly XT will mean for Bitcoin's future. For that reason I can't make my own decision yet in its entirety. What does everybody think about this? It would be great to hear some decent arguments 'for' and 'against'.