Bitcoin block is the storage location where the network data of the Bitcoin is recorded in a permanent way. Not just this, the Bitcoin block also keeps a record of the currently happening and past transactions in the Bitcoin mining pool to serve the same aim of being a public record book. The Bitcoin block also acts as a linking constituent of the blockchain by being the smallest node present in the mining pool. Whenever a particular block is found by the miners who are doing mining; it paves the way for the upcoming block present in the blockchain. An algorithmic capping has been put on the memory size of the block which is currently 1 MB. Recently, a proposal was made to increment the memory size of the Bitcoin block to make it to 2 MB. It was done with the intention of incrementing the computing power needed to make up the database of all the transactions happening in Bitcoin. If this is implemented it shall drastically improve the capacity of the algorithm.