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1  Local / Português (Portuguese) / Re: Minha visão sobre segwit on: September 30, 2019, 03:03:59 PM
caso os miners decidissem de nao querer mais segwit

Isso exigira um hardfork, ou seja, é impossível. Ninguém com saldo em endereços SegWit aceitaria esse hardfork.


Falso.

Segwit entrou com um soft fork. Pode sair tambem com outro soft fork


O SegWit foi um softfork, deu um tratamento especial às transações do tipo anyone-can-spend. Ou seja, regras mais rígidas, por isso softfork. Não é possível criar regras mais rígidas pra desfazer regras mais rígidas. Portanto, é impossível fazer softfork pra remover o tratamento especial das transações anyone-can-spend, o SegWit.


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Soft fork è literalmente "nada". E' acordo entre os nodes onde os miners poderiam estar totalmente fora

Sim, os mineradores não precisam aceitar softforks, isso nunca foi discutido. Ninguém precisa aceitar softfork. Já pra acontecer um hardfork seria necessário 100% de aceitação, o famoso "consenso". Se um único nodo pode vetar o hardfork e todos os usuários que tem saldo em endereços com SegWit tem incentivo para vetá-lo, portanto, ele jamais ocorrerá.

PS: você está tentando defender um FUD do CSW de 2017.

2  Local / Português (Portuguese) / Re: Minha visão sobre segwit on: September 28, 2019, 05:34:10 PM
caso os miners decidissem de nao querer mais segwit

Isso exigira um hardfork, ou seja, é impossível. Ninguém com saldo em endereços SegWit aceitaria esse hardfork.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Legend of Satoshi Nakamato, FINAL STEP PUBLISHED.... 4.87 BTC GRAND PRIZE! on: February 01, 2018, 05:12:24 PM
https://twitter.com/DMOberhaus/status/959092485799727104

Motherboard journalist would like to talk to the solver, if they're interested!

"Someone solved the mystery of Satoshi Nakamoto, a 3 year old puzzle worth 5 BTC created by @coin_artist

https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/7xwx7z/a-popular-bitcoin-puzzle-has-revealed-an-even-larger-mystery

If that was you, drop me a line: daniel.oberhaus@vice.com"

Congratilations for you Marguerite Christine (or coin-artist), you were able to scam those solvers for more than 3 years in order for you to become famous with those marketing tricks.

And now you've achieved what you want successfully by becoming a "FAMOUS SCAMMER"

If you have no proof you should stop this calumny.

Thank you! <3

There are many winners who have solved my puzzles and taken the prize, prizes of all different sizes. Give the winner a chance to publish a walk thru. I publish walk thrus by solvers consistently. Some solvers are known members of the bitcoin community. This guy has cracked three of my puzzles throughout the years: https://twitter.com/narcelio For past puzzle walk thrus written by solvers see: https://www.facebook.com/ytcoinartist/  

Thank you, coin_artist! I was following this thread since about 2015, when I found this puzzle for the first time and had lots of days of fun (well, sleepless nights, actually). I tryed a lot of things for this one but I'm certain that I couldn't even get near the right path. `:^)

But it doesn't matter at all, because I still learned a lot while walking those wrong paths and it helped me to solve those three other puzzles, besides teach me about Bitcoin, encoding and cryptography.

I'm looking forward to see the solution and the next puzzles!
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