Statement from Calvin Ayre & CoinGeek about Bitcoin protocol

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CoinGeek is committed to global success of the original Bitcoin (now restored in the form of Bitcoin Cash BCH), and that requires restoring the Bitcoin protocol to its original design. Once restored, the Bitcoin protocol should be locked so that businesses and developers around the world can reliably build on top of it – just as they do on the Internet protocol. This will help professionalize the Bitcoin ecosystem to enable its next stage of growth. In keeping with these goals, here is a statement of consensus changes that CoinGeek, as a significant miner, will support in the November 2018 protocol upgrade: Continuing the program to re-enable the original set of op codes. Specifically for November, CoinGeek supports re-enabling: OP_MUL, OP_LSHIFT, OP_RSHIFT and OP_INVERT Removing the current limit of 201 op codes per script Raising the maximum block size to 128MB We note that additional changes have been