Bitcoin developers are debating whether to adjust the code to curb Ordinals and BRC-20 token activity.

Bitcoin developers are discussing changing the code to limit activity involving Ordinals and BRC-20 tokens.

Encryption media WhaleWire tweeted that Bitcoin developers are debating whether to adjust the Bitcoin code to suppress Ordinals and BRC-20 token activities. In May of this year, transactions worth billions of dollars flooded the Bitcoin network, causing transaction fees to skyrocket and the network to become extremely congested.

Reference: https://twitter.com/WhaleWire/status/1665382326153388033

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