The Bitcoin block size debate seems to be waged largely in an abstract sense using theoretical arguments about things that could possibly happen in the future. Mining centralization, for example, seems to come up quite often, as do issues like the size of the blockchain and what Satoshi Nakamoto's vision was. Meanwhile, actual consequences are occurring right now, and because few seem to recognize or understand them, I thought that it might be worthwhile to examine the effects the Bitcoin network's dysfunction have been having on actual users.
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