If you would like to show your support for Bitcoin Core on bitcoincore.org, please add your name and company and position if applicable in a comment below. If support is from the company as a whole please make that clear.
For discussion, please visit the Bitcoin Core Slack group rather than this ticket. To sign up, visit here.
Daniel Cousens, lead developer for bitcoinjs (individual)
EI8HT as a company.
Eric Lombrozo (as an individual)
Ciphrex (as a company)
Show them separatelly.
Lawrence Nahum (as an individual)
GreenAddress (as a company)
Show them separatelly
Ooh, Core wants us to show some Proof of Love in those barbaric days. ;)
Nicolas Dorier, lead developer for NBitcoin (as individual)
Metaco (as a company)
Jonas Schnelli (As individual core developer)
Digital Bitbox (as company)
Johnathan Corgan (individual contributor to Core)
Corgan Labs (company)
Adam Back (individual)
David Harding (individual contributor to documentation about Bitcoin Core)
James Hilliard (individual)
Pierre Rochard (individual)
I don't understand the purpose of this. Is it going to be posted somewhere to prove a point? I'm all for shows of support, but to what end does this aim for? For disclosure I have not pledged support (nor OpenBazaar/OB1) anywhere officially, but I'm asking for clarification.
It might be more effective to make a statement regarding increased collaboration and communication and that is something for which I and probably many others could get behind rather than support for status quo.
Mike Mott (individual)
Nicolas Bacca (individual)
Ledger (as a company)
Eric Larchevêque (Ledger, CEO)
Bitcoin Core has my full support (individual, also work on joinmarket).
David Noriega (individual)
Montebit S de RL de CV (company, Mexico)
Oleg Andreev (individual)
Ryan Shea (individual)
Muneeb Ali (individual)
Onename (company, New York).
Jude Nelson (individual)
Haakon Nilsen (individual)
François Masurel (individual)
Nicola Minichiello (individual)
Adam Schneider (individual)
David Vorick (individual)
Nebulous Inc. (company)
Stephen Cole (individual)
Eric Martindale (individual)
Taylor Brink (individual)
Wiser Web Solutions Inc. aka, wiserweb (company)
Michel Foucault (individual)
Conner Fromknecht (individual)
Paul Capestany (individual)
Jeroen Riemsdijk (individual)
Chris Belcher (individual, also invented and contribute to JoinMarket)
Karl Chappe (individual)
Daniel Roberts (individual)
Glenn Tarbox (individual)
Alex Bergeron (individual)
Sturle Sunde (individual)
Damian O'Loan (individual)
Francis Pouliot (Individual)
Bitcoin Embassy (non-profit organization), verify at email@example.com
Satoshi Counter (corporation), verify at firstname.lastname@example.org
Satoshi Portal (corporation), verify at email@example.com
Bylls (corporation), verify at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Arnesen (individual)
Arthur Bouquet (individual)
Jérôme Legoupil (individual)
Quentin de Beauchesne (individual)
Daniel Wilczynski (Hardblock.net, Australian Bitcoin Broker)
Also, would it not be better for this to be about showing support for scaling roadmap?
Steve bong (Individual)
Antoine FERRON (individual)
Goochain Project (non-profit organization)
Wu Shangzhou (individual)
Pierre Roberge (individual)
Rui Quelhas (individual)
Jinglan Wang (individual)
Miya Zhang (individual)
Jouke Hofman on behalf of Bitonic B.V.
Jakob Rönnbäck (individual)
Chief Technology Officer - CryptoMechanics
Executive Director - Bitcoin Embassy (Montreal)
Samourai Wallet (Company)
Samourai Wallet lead dev.
Ferdinando Ametrano +1 for a conservative approach in bitcoin core.
To scale up to VISA's 60,000 tps the block should be 20,000 times larger: 20GB. The increase in block size is not the solution: even combined with SW and networking improvement (IBLT, weak blocks, etc.) it could help with a factor of 10, maybe 100. A major breakthrough is needed, sidechain and/or lighting network possibly being the solution. Bitcoin might never be used as general payment system, but only as the digital gold of a non-censurable settlement system: as such it needs to be uncompromised in its decentralization and security.
Zaki Manian (Skuchain cofounder)
Long live @theymos!!!!!!!!
Keonne Rodriguez (Individual)
I support core devs!
Two thumbs up for Bitcoin Core!
Brian Nyeko (Individual)
Mose Last (Individual)
Nick Perez (Individual)
Stay strong, guys! Bitcoin needs you.
After initial considerations into bitcoin classic I see it's going nowhere.
I fully support the bitcoin core developpers.
Greg Slepak (Individual; President, okTurtles)
okTurtles Foundation (Non-profit Organization)
Me as a company & individual support core.
Vasil Toshkov (as an individual)
PeerName (as a company)
Show them separatelly
Laurent Raufaste (as an individual)
Manfred Karrer (Founder of Bitsquare)
Johnson Lau (individual)
Steven Roose (individual)
William Hill (individual)
Gabriele Domenichini (individual)
Ansel Gaddy (individual)
Nadav Ivgi, both as an individual and on behalf of Bitrated.
David Moskowitz (Individual)
Martin Harrigan (individual), QuantaBytes (company)
Evan Rose (individual)
Karen Jorgenson (individual)
How about you raise the maximum blocksize rather than this juvenile non-sense
Robert O'Brien (individual)
Honey Badger Of Money (Organization)
Jean-Paul Kogelman (individual)
Aran Dunkley (Organic Design)
Patrick (Professional Reddit User, 33rd Degree Freemason, Moderator of /r/atheism & Level 99 Giga-Atheist)
Support of Core.
Jonathan Rogiest (individual)
Reynaldo Poullard (individual)
Please note that I do not support statements of support and therefore will not sign them. For one of my previous statements on this, please see comment: bitcoin-dot-org/bitcoin.org#1165 (comment)
I concur with the comment made earlier in this thread by @hoffmabc - who stated in part, "It might be more effective to make a statement regarding increased collaboration and communication and that is something for which I and probably many others could get behind rather than support for status quo."
Ruben Somsen (individual)
I support Bitcoin Classic as well, which for me means "give approval, comfort, or encouragement to" & "be actively interested in and concerned for the success of". But doesn't mean I automatically agree with everything they do. I probably never completely align with any Bitcoin client. And that is Ok. Competition is good, and it is inevitable.
Therefor I will also support Bitcoin Core in the same vein.
Wouter Schut (individual)
Jorn C (individual)
Ádám Ficsór (individual)
Jonathan Cross (individual)
I have confidence in the Bitcoin Core client and its developers. I trust them to make the best possible decisions given the information available and their technical experience with the system.
Jordan Tuwiner (Buy Bitcoin Worldwide)
I think @seweso said it well, in that I give encouragement, am actively interested and involved, and concerned for the success of Bitcoin through my support of Bitcoin Core and through other Bitcoin implementations which I also support such as Bitcoin Classic, Bitcoin Unlimited, etc; however it doesn't automatically mean that I will agree with everything they do.
Ron. A (Individual)
Kawal Singh (Individual)
maybe if they hadn't been holding up development for years
Ruben de Vries (Individual)
Adam Anderson (Individual)
Gianluca Mazza (Individual)
Obi Nwosu (Individual) + Mark Lamb (Individual)
The Bitcoin Report (www.thebitcoinreport.nl)
(Bitcoin PR platform)
I support bitcoin core, maximum privacy, maximum decentralization, and minimization of hard forks.
Andy Schroder, http://andyschroder.com/BitcoinVendingDevices/
Showing support for Bitcoin Core
Jarred Spriggs (Co-founder Smartbit)
Smartbit blockexplorer https://www.smartbit.com.au
Bitcoin Classical developers don't develop.
Support Bitcoin Core.
Jonathan Coe (Individual)
Vadim Sinitsyn (individual)
Blockchain Academy (company)
Blockchain Kitchen (company)
Jay Berg (Satoshi Fantasy)
Wen Hao (individual)
Bither Wallet (company)
To clarify, support for core is from the Bitcoin Embassy as a role, not just from myself https://github.com/bitcoinembassy
I support core devs.
Adrian Worutowicz (as individual)
Currently the disk space and CPU requirements allow running Bitcoin Core on home PC.
If the block size increases, so are those values. Who then will be able to run a full node ??
Beside, what really worries me is the centralisation of mining. Can anything be done to eliminate the industrial miners?
Ben Gorlick (individual) showing my support for bitcoin core.
Abid Omar (Individual)
Robert Stanfield (Individual)
Caterina Rindi (individual)
Venzen Khaosan (individual)
roshii (individual - home node operator)
Ivan Brightly (individual)
I support the hard work done by contributors to Bitcoin Core. You're the foundation of the bitcoin ecosystem.
Slush (individual) - I like SegWit mostly because of improvements for hardware wallets.
SlushPool itself is agnostic, we plan to let users to decide for themselves by mining against various forks.
Gabriele Domenichini President of Assob.it the Italian association of professionals and companies involved in Blockchain technologies.
I support Bitcoin Core as indiviual.
Update supporters list
T Z Pardi (individual)
ZoVolt Ltd (company)
Stay strong guys! We can win this fight. A thx and support for your work
Felix Weis (individual)
Cyrus, Bitcointalk administrator (individual)
Duzy Chan, freelance developer (individual)
Pierre Noizat (individual)
Davide Gessa, lead developer of Helperbit.com
Leon-Gerard Vandenberg (individual) LG @ Fuzo com
Fuzo Limited - Company (CTO & Founder) Fuzo.com @Fuzo
Alex Gorale (individual)
Ryan Kung (individual)
Arron Schaar (individual)
Dan Gershony (individual)
Leo Wandersleb (individual)
Daniel H. Gallancy (Individual)
SolidX Partners Inc. (Company)
Bob McElrath (individual)
Diego Viola (individual)
llildur (angel investor - freelance) ainorlorien@gmail (México)
Juan José Miranda (as an individual)
Magia.Digital (as a company)
Saleem Rashid (individual)
I. R. Godfrey as an individual
Zheng He Horizons Limited as a company seeking to implement bitcoin acceptance to better serve our clients.
Not sure if this page still gets updated but my name is missing and I stated my support in July.
encrypted wallet and forgot password bitcoincore?
SpectroCoin as a company