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…
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?
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.