BLOCKCHAIN IMPLEMENTED COUNTING SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR USE IN SECURE VOTING AND DISTRIBUTION (patentscope.wipo.int)

This invention relates generally to blockchain implementations and is suited for, but not limited to, use with the Bitcoin blockchain. The invention relates to a technical solution for managing a voting, counting, selection and/or decision making process. It can be used for the implementation of automated processes such as device/system control, process control, distributed computing and storage and others. The invention provides an event detecting, monitoring and/or counting mechanism. The…

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If Segwit needs 95% signalling to be “safe”, why wasn’t it implemented as a Hardfork with 95% signalling?

As a sideline watcher for 2+ years, this is what I shake my head at everyday.

A 95% signalling Hardfork Segwit + 2Mb blocks would have easily gotten 95% of the community behind it. Such a simple compromise. Tragic that it didn't happen.

But, my question is still serious. With 95% needed, why not implement a cleaner hardfork?

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Is there any blockchains that has implemented a 2fa type of security measure?

Currently someone can steal your btc private key and send all your funds away. But has there been a 2fa built into a blockchain that prevents something like this?

Say if you wanted to send something out from a btc address, it will require a 2fa generated token text to be provided in order send out.

I’m not talking about exchanges, but just the blockchain itself.

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