All of the above including the choke-hold on mining!!!!!I'm personally upset by both, but much more upset by the censorship, and the refusal of the side benefiting from it to stand up against it.
It could come to an end instantly if the Core team would clearly say that they don't support the censorship, and because of that, they will no longer be posting in /r/Bitcoin until it changes. They can use /r/BTC or whatever else they want.
Which has you more upset?
Blockstream shareholders will jump ship like Mike HearnThese are the only statements I found on the topic from Core from a quick Twitter search of Adam's profile from the begining of the year:
And not a single mention of the censorship taking place when they wrote an entire blog post to clarify their position on communications:
Thank you for your support!At this stage, equally upset by both.
In the beginning, I was only upset by censorship (starting from /r/Bitcoin).
Honestly, a scaling debate always takes time, so that's expected.
But when censorship is used to push one side of that debate, it's when I get upset equally at the slow pace of scaling.
Roger, I've also written you an open letter here re: the censorship which is occurring on Reddit:
bitcoin-discussion/open-letter-to-roger ... tml#p20242
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