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Bitcoin NewYork (B2X) - Green and Scaled Bitcoin

Bitcoin NewYork (codename BitcoinNewYork) is a fork of the Bitcoin blockchain that will occur at block height 494784, at roughly 12:00:00 UTC November 16, 2017.

The project carries on the New York Consensus (segwit+2M) from bitcoin community, to make bitcoin thrive and alive. NYA is signed by the group of companies which represents a critical mass of the bitcoin ecosystem. As of May 25, this group represents:

58 companies located in 22 countries 83.28% of hashing power 5.1 billion USD monthly on chain transaction volume 20.5 million bitcoin wallets

Full details about Bitcon New York Consensus :

At the predetermined block height, BitcoinNewYork miners will begin creating blocks with a new proof-of-work algorithm, and this will cause a bifurcation of the Bitcoin blockchain. The original Bitcoin blockchain will continue on unaltered, but a new branch of the blockchain will split off from the original chain. The new branch is a distinct blockchain with the same transaction history as Bitcoin up until the fork, but then diverges from it. As a result of this process, a new cryptocurrency will be born.

With technology development, B2X chose new Green satoshi consensus. Energy saved 99%, ledger size compressed 99%.100 times greener than ever.

This project name is BitcoinNewYork, tading code changed from BT2 to B2X during mainnet activation.


Bitcoin New York is a new fork. If you don’t understand what you are doing, please don’t compile and run your own client from the staging tree. Your own client will NOT WORK for both testnet and mainnet. However, you're more than welcome to help test the code and join the development.

No premine. when you use this software, run GPU mining machine, it means you agree to pay the software developing fee to Bitcoin New York team. if you don't agree, pls don't use this software. The details will be publiced when mainnetworks online.



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