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I am delighted to welcome you all back to the roundup 13! Exciting stuff is anticipating for you! Firefox quantum, Segwit2x call off, bitcoin forks, PWA with react and lot more.
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Supreme tech news of the week
Firefox is now fast, faster and the fastest. Firefox releases Quantum 57 which is twice as fast as Firefox 6 months ago, built on a completely overhauled core engine with brand new technology and graced with a beautiful new look and let you do what you do best. Firefox Quantum uses less memory than the competition. Your RAM and processor will thank you.
The Segwit2x hard fork called off in the view of keeping the community together. The Segwit2x effort began in May with a simple purpose: to increase the block size and improve Bitcoin scalability. Segwit2x found its first success in August, as it broke the deadlock and quickly led to Segwit’s successful activation. Since that time, the team shifted its efforts to phase two of the project - a 2MB block size increase. Unfortunately, it is clear that there is no built sufficient consensus for a clean block size upgrade at this time. Continuing on the current path could divide the community and be a setback to Bitcoin’s growth. This was never the goal of Segwit2x.
Elon Musk, Tesla on Thursday unveiled a prototype for a battery-powered, nearly self-driving semi truck that the company said would prove more efficient and less costly to operate than the diesel trucks that haul goods across the country. And of course, it will emit no exhaust.
Musk also showed he was not letting up on the car side of the business, unveiling a new Tesla Roadster that he said would be able to reach 60 mph in 1.9 seconds and travel 620 miles before needing to recharge. He claimed it would be the first production car with a zero-to-60 time of less than two seconds.
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Design - UI/UX
Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
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