The bitPico mining pool stated that it is refusing to implement the SegWit2X hardfork.
Last week, a group of SegWit2X supporters, including developer Jeff Garzick, BitGo head Mike Belsh and Cihan Wu of Bitmain, said that they were abandoning their plans because they did not see consensus within the community.
After a short time, a statement of a little-known bitPico mining pool appeared, claiming that it controls about 30% of the bitcoine hash and intends to implement it in any case.
However, as follows from a letter on the Linux Foundation, now this statement is also withdrawn.
We are backing out of the SegWit2x effort; the markets have spoken. People who like big blocks have Bitcoin Cash and people who like Layer-2 Networks, Compact Binary Transactions, UDP FEC Global LEO SAT coverage, encrypted TCP channels, experimenting and etc have Bitcoin. We are immediately reverting all SegWit2x specific changes in our codebase (2MB block size logic, DNS Seeds, segwit2x service flag, etc). Lastly; In the future we will be simply following the longest chain of work and doing more R&D instead because this working group has been nothing but a waste of time for everybody involved except the pump and dumpers and the inside traders. May the fork be with you...