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The expansion war over the past three years has severely hindered the development of the bitcoin technology. Bitcoin has lost a tremendous share of the cryptocurrency market due to aggressive competition coming from the likes of Ethereum and ZCash. The bitcoin community has therefore gathered a group of enthusiasts and developers who share the goal of revitalizing bitcoin dominance. The fork will take place at block height 498888, after which new functionalities will be added to the forked chain. The original bitcoin holders will be compensated with one super BTC for every BTC held.
The Significance of Refactoring Bitcoin's Code: The structure of Bitcoin's native code seems quite confusing. Since the code has not been properly planned from the beginning, it is unavoidable that the original design framework is violated as time goes on and demand for Bitcoin soars. Moreover, many of the functions in the native code are implemented via procedural programming and are not implemented using object-oriented thinking. The code is rather redundant and complex and when coupled with strong, secondary development costs, are also relatively large. All these irrationalities of Bitcoin's native code have not been resolved by the Bitcoin Development teams. Therefore, the SBTC team decided to refactor Bitcoin's native code and optimize its structure. It is also better prepared to add a new set of features to benefit later communities.
Super Bitcoin's smart contracts are mainly implemented with reference to Ethereum's smart contracts. Moreover, the original Ethereum smart contract capabilities can also be added to the Super Bitcoin ecosystem at a relatively small price. Additionally, Super Bitcoin can not only inherit the original excellent features of Bitcoin and Ethereum, but can also further add improvements to them.