Gemini Is Now the Largest Bitcoin Exchange to Add ‘Full’ SegWit Support
Gemini says it has added "full" support for SegWit, an important bitcoin code change that paves the way for scaling improvements.
The organization that’s encrypting computers and extorting companies has taken to SegWit addresses, according to McAfee and CipherTrace.
Implementing transaction batching and SegWit could have saved bitcoin companies and users $500 million in fees – if they'd just use the technology.
The average bitcoin transaction fee is $23. Luckily, there are ways to cut costs.
Payments processor BitPay has added support for SegWit, three years after a competing block size proposal fractured the Bitcoin community.
Average fees paid by bitcoin users spike at a certain time every day due to the actions of one firm, derivatives exchange BitMEX, a researcher found.