Thanks for this article.
Figured I’d help edit the article, since the quote wasn’t referenced as far as I can tell. The above quote is from a coincentral.com article titled “Bitcoin Censorship Resistance Explained” by someone called Paul Andrew on April 23, 2018.
Question: in this same article is the quoted script:
“ Censorship resistant cryptocurrencies should possess an immutable blockchain. Unlike Ethereum, which rolled back transactions with a hard fork, Bitcoin’s history is firmly written in its blockchain. If a fork can reverse your transactions, it opens the door to censorship.”
Isn’t this in full agreement with what you wrote regarding soft forks?
Can you do a future article on the difference between hard and soft forks in bitcoin’s original protocol?