I teie nei AMP i e rave rahi o te mau faanahoraa e te mau aravihi api ma te fafau i te pahono i te fifi o te Bitcoin scalability. The other options include SegWit, Schnorr signatures, and Lightning Network.
The AMP protocol would operate over the Bitcoin Lightning Network. Lightning Network is a decentralized system which allows participants to implement trustless micropayment channels to execute, off-blockchain, one or multiple payment transactions.
These channels reside outside the Bitcoin blockchain. Transactions take place between the channels. Upon completion, these transactions are transmitted, as a single transaction, to the blockchain.
Segwit is another crucial Bitcoin optimizer that can improve Bitcoin’s scalability and reduce Bitcoin’s transaction fees. SegWit would also help to improve Lightning Network’s transaction malleability.
Since SegWit’s activation in August 2016, developers have been increasingly integrating SegWit into Bitcoin wallets, and several exchanges are already implementing SegWit. Most recently, on February 5th, 2018, Ua faaara te Coinbase, ua haamata te tuhaa hopea o te tamataraa e e Segwit e roaa no te mau hoani i te Coinbase i roto i te tahi tau hepetoma i muri iho.
E mea AMP ua scheme i te tahi o te, e tae noatu i te faanahoraa uira, te mau fafauraa no te tauturu e no te faaafaro i te mau vea o te Bitcoin scalability. Bitcoin maona e te investors, te manao e, AMP e farii i te tauturu no o mai i te mau stakeholders crypto e e e haere i mua ma te manuia.
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Te taata papai: O sara Bauer