Block size limit controversy – Bitcoin Wiki

Block size limit controversy – Bitcoin Wiki

Block size limit controversy

Blocks are limited to 1MB in size. Miners can mine blocks up to the 1MB immobilized limit, but any block larger than 1MB is invalid. This limit cannot be modified without a hard fork. To prevent Bitcoin from temporarily or permanently splitting into separate payment networks (“altcoins”), hard forks require adoption by almost all economically active utter knots. Read More