The 2nd Bitcoin Cash Development video meeting for 2020 took place on February 20 at 15:00 UTC.
Meeting sponsor: https://be.cash/
Amaury Séchet - Bitcoin ABC
Tobias Ruck - be.cash
Antony Zegers - Bitcoin ABC
Matias Garcia - BitPay
Chris Troutner - Bitcoin.com
Jason B. Cox - Bitcoin ABC
Josh Green - Bitcoin Verde
Host: David R. Allen
Goal of the meeting: Discuss May 15th BCH Network Upgrade, Testnet, Spec, Benchmarking studies and more
1 - Discussion of final upgrade items:
a. Chained transaction limit bump from 25 to 50 (non consensus)
d. Infrastructure Funding Plan
2 - Other upgrade-related items: Testnet and Specifications.
3 - Cash Stack Benchmark Tests - Results
4 - Additional Items
5 - Questions from the audience.
References and links discussed during the meeting:
Testing Workgroup https://github.com/bitcoincashorg/bitcoincash.org/tree/master/workgroups/wg-testing
Cash Stack Benchmark Tests - Results (Chris Troutner)
Shortened link to the BCH Stack Exchange proposal. We need as many people as possible to 'commit' to get this to the next stage.
Linux Foundation: https://www.linuxfoundation.org/
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