As the possible Bitcoin hardfork comes closer, more and more companies refuse to support it.
According to BitGo engineer, Jameson Lopp, Bitcoin mining pool F2Pool has stopped signalling for SegWit2x.
— Jameson Lopp (@lopp) October 12, 2017
For now, F2Pool is the third largest mining pool which in its hash power is the second only to Antpool and BTC.top. Its share in the total network hashrate is about 13.19%.
Bitcoin blocks by mining pool on coin.dance
On top of that, the cryptocurrency platform WEX.nz also states that it will not support the Segwit2x and does not intend to introduce new trading pairs in case of its implementation.
WEX.nz on SegWit2x
Thus, the company argues that the management of the exchange considers the possible hardfork to be questionable both for trades and for the cryptocurrency system as a whole.
Though, WEX team details, the hardfork-thing will not interrupt the regular operating mode of the exchange and will not stop the trade.