(If it gets soggy in the microwave it will be a dead giveaway every time.) Notice what Kara and Angela had in common: Neither one of them felt the need to overcompensate. When they refused, a light bulb went off over his head.
Have breaking news or a story tip to send to our journalists? They tried several dishes and had plenty of leftovers, so Angela took home all the doggie bags.The following evening, she had a date with a different guy and decided to be the “hostess with the mostest.” She reheated the Chinese leftovers, “reorganized” a medley on a pretty plate, and served it to her guest of honor."This is problematic [now] because it prevents consistently fast confirmations for users, and radically shifts the coin issuance schedule," the post reads.In its place, a new algorithm would adjust every 600 seconds, based on the amount of computing power that was provided to the network over the previous 144 blocks.
In a post yesterday, developers behind one of the bitcoin cash clients revealed they will seek to change the software's rules via a hard fork on Nov. In particular, the change will attempt to reverse a piece of code, called the emergency difficulty adjustment (EDA) rule, meant to help bitcoin cash better attract miners willing to secure its blockchain.