r/btc - Remember, companies like Bitfury hate bigger blocks because it would make it harder for them to spy on your Bitcoin transactions and report them to the government.
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Roger Ver is having an increasingly difficult time convincing his own company subreddit to buy into his idiotic nonsense. They will turn against him once they realize that he bamboozled them. Roger will play the victim again like always.
From purely privacy point of view, the size of the blocks is an optimization issue. Bigger blocks means less full/fullspv/neutrino nodes, which greatly helps network analysis. But smaller blocks means, buying privacy on the blockchain is more expensive.