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3081  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoins scaling issue on: January 07, 2018, 10:12:42 PM
There are no strong arguments, only lies and manipulations by biased people who want to centralize Bitcoin with their gigabyte blocks.

because currently its design allows anyone to easily run a node - it is as permissionless, open and accessible as Bitcoin itself) we will still have a secure and trustless main network.

as soon as i read "gigabyte blocks" i started laughing at how much hatshpsut93 has been indoctrinated by the reddit propaganda. no where on the face of this planet have gigabyte blocks been an actual proposal

secondly LN is not permissionless..
its like saying anyone can open a bank account. but if you cannot take your money out unless the bank authorises it. its not permissionless
LN is a smart contract with a counterparty that needs to DUAL sign with you.. if a tx does not have both signatures the payment cant be authorised..

the flaw then becomes that you are forced to broadcast a previous ln tx that was countersigned.. but the counterparty can then invoke their CSV revoke code because you transmitted a tx you shouldnt have. in short LN is ripe for blackmailing people by not agreeing on payments and then forcing the other party to lose out

its really worth people reading the code and documentation and not just reading reddits garbage.

LN is not a bitcoin solution.... at best its just a off chain service.. the big issue is devs are not fixing bitcoin. they are crippling bitcoin to try to force/persuade people into thinking this offchain service is the last resort..... sellouts
3082  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoins scaling issue on: January 07, 2018, 07:06:06 PM
This is exactly what I came here to say. In theory, LN would offset so much load from the blockchain,

not true..
spammers are still gonna spam the blockchain.. all LN does is make INNOCENT people have to give up their independent control of their own funds by putting thm into smart contracts(LN)

the devs still have not solved spam nor the fee war.. to them all they care about is being the heads of state in control of the network and taking a cut of the fee's

they actually love the idea of high fee's onchain because it pushes/forces innocent people to use the third party service and pay ln hub fee's.
after all how do you think blockstream ever intend to repay barry silbert and axa those multi million dollar investments.

LN is not a solution and will not reduce congestion.
no on is going to be stupid to lock their entire hoard in a LN contract.. and so when peoples weekly 'deposits' are spent the channels need to close. meaning any merchant/hubs attached to such people that have done multihops will need to close MANY channels so that the balances can balance out. causing a bottleneck if say walmart needed to settle up its thousands of customers

but hey, as i said the devs have not thought beyond their income stream of getting fee's from being hubs to repay BScartel
3083  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Do you think it is good that ICOs keep coming frequently? on: January 07, 2018, 04:51:02 PM
When a structure comes into existence and when there is a serious regulation in place then I feel doors will be automatically opened for new coins. There should be a balance and investment should be made after thorough analysis of the ICOs.

regulation is meaningless.. it didnt help consumers get saved from the banks in 2007

however consumer protection. in regards to independant review/audits/ critics and escrows are whats needed.. none of this nameless faces making 500 accounts and posting a new ICO each hour
3084  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: LocalBitcoins.com is a scam Proof! on: January 06, 2018, 05:25:21 PM
those fees are crazy just for a deposit, since they have this new rule they will lose lot of customers.

I'm searching another good exchanger with low fees to migrate, if any one know about one, please let me know  Wink

the 'incoming' transaction fee is just their way of paying the fee when you hand funds over to the recipient.
the pretend handing it to recipient is free. but thats because they deducted it when it was deposited.

any site you need to deposit to and then hand to a recipient and then they withdraw usually ends up as 3 transactions onchain.
just sites try to pretend the one in the middle is free by charging you more at the deposit or the withdrawal

its not really the services fault. onchain fee's are high so they have to play these 'deposit fee' games to then fund the 'swap for free' promotions because the swaps are not free if done onchain.

you will also find many exchanges pretend to have zero fee trading.. but then the spread (difference between buy and sell) is greater meaning you didnt technically pay a fee.. but it cost you more because the buy/sell prices are off
3085  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: LocalBitcoins.com is a scam Proof! on: January 06, 2018, 05:04:55 PM
LOL i thought they invented bitcoin in first place to get rid of high banking/transaction fees?

you mean the fee is fixed at 6 $ or its 90% of my balance assuming i am sending all my balance?

my current balance is 6.50$ and the fee is say 6$

so if my current balance 16k$ the fee will be like 15k$? lol

it seems like bitcoin itself is just another jewish scam




its based on the price per byte of information. not the value
.. its jsut what some would say is tough luck you only bought so little btc

if you done another one source to one destination transaction.. whether the value was $6.50 or $6billion.. the fee would be still $6-$7 because
the amount of bytes for the transaction wouldnt be that much different..

but yea i have to agree $6 is steep.
i went around the world a few years ago and developing countries loved the idea of bitcoin because fee's were a fraction of a penny.. but now at $6.. that is like 3 weeks wages for some countries and they wont touch bitcoin with a barge pole
3086  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Private Keys on: January 06, 2018, 03:36:06 PM
if you just type your dad bitcoin private key into an alternative wallet..
people can then copy that tx of the altcoin.. into bitcoin whereby. your dad no longer has the bitcoin in his old paper wallet.

only if these altcoins didn't have replay protection which it seems like they all have implemented it. so copy of the tx won't work in bitcoin.

the alts MAY have it.

whats best is assurance..
if your moving coins. unless you have read the code itself. dont automatically think your protected because the forker said so.
bitcoin is about being in control of your own security and funds, not trusting others. so its best to be safe, then risk it on trust


just move your bitcoins to a new paper wallet not to a service that holds the keys. then your bitcoins are independently safe in a new home that no one else can touch..

then feel free to use that old redundant bitcoin paper wallet on the alts knowing it wont harm your bitcoins because your bitcoins are no longer at that old address, thus nothing to move even if they tried to replay the alt tx on the btc network
3087  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Private Keys on: January 06, 2018, 03:12:15 PM
What’s the need to move them? Once I send from the paper wallet I can never use it again. Importing the keys should give a balance in both wallets and since my dad and me control both security issues are minimalised.

if you just type your dad bitcoin private key into an alternative wallet..
people can then copy that tx of the altcoin.. into bitcoin whereby. your dad no longer has the bitcoin in his old paper wallet.

exchanges own the privkey of the destination altcoin.
meaning they too own/know the privkey to the bitcoin equivalent address.. as its all the same

so sending a bitcoin gold tx is the same as sending a bitcoin tx. whereby the exchange has both the gold and bitcoin privkeys for the deposit. and so can receive your dads bitcoin even if you only desired to get the altcoin

meaning while you are moving the altcoin. they can immorally move your dads bitcoin if you just push a tx from his old paper wallet key via an alt.

so it is best to move the bitcoin to a fresh address you independently own(new paper wallet) and keep your bitcoin away from the exchange knowing its safe now on a fresh address the exchange cant touch

and then use the old paper wallet privkey to move the altcoins within the exchange
3088  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: LocalBitcoins.com is a scam Proof! on: January 06, 2018, 03:04:09 PM
the 4019 sats is only $0.65

LocalBitcoins don't display the last 0's looking at that image it is actually 40190 sats so $6.50

@Egyman
LocalBitcoins use dynamic withdrawal fees, I just checked and it is now 0.00037760. If you wait to a better time you may get to withdraw at a lower rate but really you need to buy more Bitcoin to make it worthwhile withdrawing.


ah, i see that now.. i prefer using bits measure than whole bitcoins.. i hate bitcoins decimals.. plus i was wondering why anyone would only buy $0.65 of bitcoin. it makes sense now. i was just too quick to reply before double checking the decimals

edit for clarity
the 40190 sats is only $6.50

meaning the onchain tx fee to move the 40190sats is 39499sats($6.39).

leaving you with only 691sats($0.11) to have for yourself

this is not locabitcoins fault. this is the fee to use bitcoin.

the reason faucets dont charge you personally $6.39 in fee's is because when they pay out. they pay hundreds of people in one transaction. so a transaction fee of say $6.39 for 100 people, equals indirectly without you realising it only $0.06
this is called batching transactions
3089  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: LocalBitcoins.com is a scam Proof! on: January 06, 2018, 02:12:33 PM
the 4019 sats is only $0.65

meaning the onchain tx fee to move the 4019sats is 3328sats($0.54).

leaving you with only 691sats($0.11) to have for yourself

this is not locabitcoins fault. this is the fee to use bitcoin.

the reason faucets dont charge you personally $0.54 is because when they pay out. they pay hundreds of people in one transaction. so a transaction of say $2 for 100 people, equals indirectly without you realising it only $0.02
this is called batching transactions
..
however
when getting funds peer to peer from a single trade that cant batch transactions because its only a single payment from one source to one destination
expect higher fee's
EG you moving 1 lump of funds to 1 address means your paying the full fee
3090  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The purpose of Bitcoin on: January 06, 2018, 01:46:19 PM
Bitcoin is like a runaway ponzi/HYIP scheme without the guys at the top.

So basically it just keeps going up and up, until something screws up somewhere and people lose confidence in it, then the bubble can pop.

It did have more usage before the governments got involved, like franky1 pointed out, but not as much anymore. Now it's more a ponzi/HYIP/bubble.

i think of it more like the real estate bubble, than a full outright ponzi scheme. but yea things have changed since 2014, not for the better
and yes even real estate bubble can be seen to some as a ponzi scheme even when a house has a real function
3091  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The purpose of Bitcoin on: January 06, 2018, 01:43:39 PM
@ franky1
That's part of the point of it being a store of wealth currency. Yes, you will always have to exchange some to pay your taxes but the person selling you a coffee, new car or a house will probably be delighted to take the currency that will hold its value over the fiat one.

the real estate was a store of wealth........ until 2007/8
and people wont b delighted to sell coffee a new car or a house if accepting that payment is:
higher than fiat
involves using a service that is the same counterparty authorisation control as fiat

many are already asking why buy bitcoin to buy coffee and the retailer just converts it back to fiat.
bitcoin has lost its utility.

now its just like real estate scandal of hanging onto vacant properties purely waiting for the price boom. or like domain squatting hoping someone will buy your domain at a higher price than you bought it for. even it the domain doesnt come with any webstorage/function

.. as for the first part of your post to the other person.
just making a currency that people love is not enough. millions of people love the euro because they can USE IT in many countries without needing to exchange it when going from lets say france to belgium to germany. but this does not mean the euro has toppled america, or africa, or china or australia. because those governments have laws.

its not citizens just using a currency that changes things. its the laws. and governments will not simply rip up legal tender laws
3092  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The purpose of Bitcoin on: January 06, 2018, 01:34:16 PM
Lightning "hubs" is a myth created by big blockers to misguide noobs into thinking that LN is some centralized system like Visa. In reality anyone can open channels with anyone, it is peer-to-peer just like Bitcoin itself, and it is trustless - you don't "deposit" your funds and lose control over them like it happen with banks, you can always close the channel and get your coins back to your address, because Lightning funds and transaction are real Bitcoins, they are not some tokens or giftcards. There's no reason why Lightning Network should have big hubs, because anyone who is currently running a full node, which is thousands of home users, can also run a Lightning node and collect fees.

At the same time, it is big blockers who want to have a small centralized network of big full node hubs while most users are connected with SPV clients, because no one can afford to run a full node with gigabyte blocks.

1. you have been reading too much of the reddit propaganda.. with your "gigabyte blocks" falsehood
2. you have not read the technicals of LN and just the promotional material

3. even core devs have now admitted that 8mb blocks was always safe and that 4mb blocks are ultra safe. hense why they are allowing 4mb 'weight'
yet they still refuse real legacy utility of the blockchain for 2mb... think about that..
4. LN is not trustless. and yes you do have to put funds into a new address and yes that new address is no longer permissionless because it needs you AND the counterparty to agree.
5. you need run some rational scenarios in your head about the functionality of LN. but only do this after you have read the technicals.
6. oh and stay away from reddit. its propaganda heaven
3093  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The purpose of Bitcoin on: January 06, 2018, 01:14:20 PM
personally i have made mega profit from btc, but to me its the ethos i cared much more about. and here is how i seen it

I read your points about LN, TBH I'm relatively new to learning about it so I'm not getting into the technical arguments of whether or not it can succeed.

To me, the ethos is still there and I have the belief that technical solutions will be found to make it functional whether that is LN or whatever comes next. There's just too much to be gained from doing it for someone not to. It may even be the case that it isn't Bitcoin in the end but another coin not yet invented, but I'm convinced that the future is a cryptocurrency that takes back control of the supply of money from government.

the government has laws.
such as taxes needing to be paid in fiat (legal tender)
wages being measured in fiat (minimum wage law)
court, parking, other fines being paid in fiat (legal tender)

its not as simple as just introducing a new currency and the government gives up. after all rationally.. the euro has been around a few decades now and yet americans still use the dollar..
yep thats right. just having a currency that many countries recognise, does not mean governments are toppled
 because the US government dont want the euro as a legal tender in the US even if its a currency that has utility and recognition in many countries.

bitcoin has lost its utility and so people wont adopt it for buying coffee, or sandwiches. and until the devs actually implement a fee formulae again that punishes people for spamming every 10 minutes via high fee's and rewards people who only spend once or twice a day with low fee's.. bitcoin will remain just a speculation real estate/domain squatting scheme.

yes crypto's as a whole has potential as an alternative choice to sit beside fiat, but bitcoin as it stands right now has no chance...
and crypto as a whole and bitcoin will not topple the governments legal tender laws. both crypto and bitcoin will just be a secondary currency to sit alongside fiat, not topple it.
much like deciding to open an EU bank account so you can choose to buy things with Euro around the world while still using dollars in the US
3094  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The purpose of Bitcoin on: January 06, 2018, 12:37:45 PM
I talked about everything with my family and my friends. I think it should be done because I want my family and friends to also get success. They were all surprised because I showed them what I had, for them it was impossible but I again reminded that I got all this after I got to know cryptocurrencies. It's like a dream, but it's all happening. I know the first time people know cryptocurrencies they will think weird and feel this is impossible, believe me when we manage to find the best way to introduce cryptocurrencies then that will make us contribute to increase the use of cryptocureencies in the world. As more people are acquainted with Cryptocurrencies it will make progress and profit for everyone.

personally i have made mega profit from btc, but to me its the ethos i cared much more about. and here is how i seen it

imagine it like housing
you lived in an apartment complex with an over protective maintenance guy, named the 'gov' who loved coming into your apartment at his leisure under the pretence of fixing the plumbing/electrics as a service he provides as part of you living in his building.
you then hear about this new thing.. its called a detached self contained house. great you move out of the complex and get your own house

now here is the rub. you now realise that there is a toll road at your suberb/block.. $5 everytime you wanna come in or out. you also find out that your plumbing is costly too. the house loses all its utility and desire to use. but you hold onto it anyway purely for its real estate value.

but after a few years although millions of people are holding onto houses that cost a bomb just to enter, and have no utilities, the demand for housing is still there because the real estate values are booming. and people think they can get rich just holding onto empty houses

eventually though. people realise that all the houses are functionally useless and cost more than other living conditions.

in short. bitcoins value is now only speculative real estate boom.. not real living in independent comfort value.

3095  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The purpose of Bitcoin on: January 06, 2018, 12:13:50 PM
The difference as I see it is that there will be little barrier to anyone setting up a hub. All these hubs will be interlinked with channels between them so you can set up a channel to any one of them and still have access to the whole network. That level of competition is going to have a significant impact on what level of fees anyone is able to charge.

to be hub you need to have connected to many channels.
this means depositing funds into MANY addresses to open such channels and have enough funds to act as a provider(hubs are for rich guys)

also to be a successful hub you need to be listed as part of LN's DNS seed (routing table).

..
that said we both agree its not a replacement for bitcoin. its just a third party service. thus does not actually alleviate bitcoins situation. infact when a hub needs to close its channels, it will be a blanket bomb effect because to ensure the hubs many channels tally onchain. it will ned to close them all simultaneously and with a large enough onchain fee for each of those tx's to ensure block acceptance

think of it this way. at the moment the blocks can only handle around 2500 tx's. which means when its time to close a hubs channels. that hub better not have connections to more than 2500 customers, otherwise there will be a bottleneck.

and yes hubs will need to close channels because funds will need to move. to refill the channels
EG

if A connects to B which connects to C
if A wants to use B as the hub to pay C for a coffe each day

A+B have a channel and both fund it
B+C have a channel and both fund it

so day 1
channel1      |     channel2
A:0.001        |     B:0.001
B:0.001        |     C:0.001

so day 2 - a pays b in channel 1 .. and then B separately uses B's channel2 funds to pay C.. the funds of channel 1 dont physically touch C. its B that does the borrowing for A
channel1       |     channel2
A:0.0009       |     B:0.0009
B:0.0011       |     C:0.0011

so day 10 - a pays b in channel 1 .. and then B separately uses B's channel2 funds to pay C.. the funds of channel 1 dont physically touch C. its B that does the borrowing for A
channel1       |     channel2
A:0.0000       |     B:0.0000
B:0.002         |     C:0.002

A in channel one has nothing left.
B in channel two has nothing left. thus B will need to close channels to settle up

now imagine it if B was paypal with thousands of customers not just 2

stil unsure about the need to close channels.
imagine you had a $30 walmart giftcard.
your wife gives you $10 CASH and says she wants to buy stuff at walmart with your giftcard.
your wife the next week gives you another $10 cash, same again

your wife cannot just keep handing you $10 forever and just use the walmart card. at som point you will have $30 CASH in one hand and a walmart card of $0 balance so you will need to refill the giftcard with the cash. which involves closing and reopening channels
3096  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The purpose of Bitcoin on: January 06, 2018, 11:26:00 AM
bitcoin lost that ethos of taking control of money

i too had your mindset when i too started in 2012.

but the politics of a certain dev team and their ambition to intensionally hike the fee's up have priced bitcoin out of the daily us money market. and now bitcoin is just a speculation asset with little to no real world function.

in short it flipped out of the money market and now in the stock market, as a close analogy as you can get.
no one wants to swap shares to buy a coffee. re certifying a share to a new owner costs too much

I may be just a natural optimist but I see this as a temporary phase of Bitcoins development. I do see Lightning Network as the best scaling solution and Bitcoin is well ahead of everyone else in developing that. The high transaction fees now are in main due to the increase in value having overtaken the technical development. I think it was a mistake that Segwit2x was not backed by the whole community as it probably would have been a good compromise solution to get us through this period until LN is fully ready.

BTW, thanks for being the only person to comment that actually read the OP and not just the title.


LN is another bitcoin ethos losing scheme.
research multisig/smart contracts
then review LN technically, not optimistically... its an eye opener

then when you actually look at LN you will see that people will need to transfer funds into a co-owned address with a counter party.
which is pretty much like depositing funds into a walmart giftcard to then spend funds at walmart and whereby walmart can then act as your banker if you wanted to spend your walmart funds at any other merchant(with extra fees added for that privilege)

LN is banking 2.0.

other issues are that although its said to be dirt cheap tx fee's inside LN, ALL LN proposals are more infavour of the hubs/counterparties making money out of being hubs/counterparties/service providers by means of charging a fee.

oh and may you not forget to get your funds into a LN channel you need to do a onchain transaction.  and as such it will still cost a lot just to deposit into a LN channel. much like having to pay a few dollars just to use paypal.. yet in the real world paypal are not stupid enough to charge people just to deposit with them

there are many, many other issues with LN. but in short its not the scaling solution.. its a off chain service to avoid the headaches of bitcoin by compromising your funds into no longer permissionless controlled account.

p.s i lost my optimism when blockstream took over the reigns after 2014.. bitcoins ethos has not been the same since then
.. yes i spelled reigns intentionally because the devs think they are the new head of state
3097  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is quantum computing be a treat on Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrency??? on: January 06, 2018, 06:42:20 AM
bitcoin has many different parts

sha hashes are binary
ECDSA are vectors

quantum computers are not really going to do much harm to binary, because what quantum needs to do is to while calculating outside the realm of binary, it needs to ensure the result and method can be solvable by a binary system. thus limiting quantum's capabilities

however vectors are at risk. quantum computers can solve vector issues much faster
its been suggested that quantum computers can solve a sha only 2x as fast as a binary computer but solve a vector 65536 faster

and with quantum computers only having half a dozen units at a low processing power.. compared to the combined bitcoin network of ASIC power... quantum computers has no chance of bruteforcing sha hashes any time soon

.. but ecdsa has some risks.. given enough time
3098  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The purpose of Bitcoin on: January 06, 2018, 06:30:36 AM
bitcoin lost that ethos of taking control of money

i too had your mindset when i too started in 2012.

but the politics of a certain dev team and their ambition to intensionally hike the fee's up have priced bitcoin out of the daily us money market. and now bitcoin is just a speculation asset with little to no real world function.

in short it flipped out of the money market and now in the stock market, as a close analogy as you can get.
no one wants to swap shares to buy a coffee. re certifying a share to a new owner costs too much
3099  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How can crypto help Mark Zuckerberg to fix Facebook? on: January 06, 2018, 06:24:34 AM
i think its about making it self validatable and auditable for his facebook credit system between his payment gate way and all his partners in the games industry(like zynga) and advertisers(like google)

simply to not have to employ auditors and security guards and able to pay his partners in a way they can verify funds easily and cheaply.

yes even in a closed system just the auditing/verifying element of blockchain tech can save on staffing costs.
after all mining pools dont need to employ accountants to verify tx balances. its all handled by code
3100  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is it possible to change Bitcoin's max supply? on: January 06, 2018, 06:16:05 AM
We know that the bitcoin's max supply is 21m

So the question is:
Is it possible to change it's max value? For example, making it 30m so that more bitcoin can be mined. If so, what will be the effect on it's price? Will it be higher or lower?

some devs have proposed this many many many times.
simply changing the cap from 21mill to a bigger number can be done but a majority of nodes need to accept this new rule.

in actual fact there are 2.1 quadrillion shareable units of measure (called satoshi's) right now
21000000.00000000 bitcoin
2,100,000,000,000,000 satoshi's

some people have tried also to pretend to keep the 100million satoshi basket term of bitcoin at 21mill baskets.. but allow more units of measure/shareable units(sats/millisats) per basket(bitcoin)

this is where bips about allowing millisats have been proposed. but the end result is the same
increasing the shareable units of measure above 2.1quadrillion, either by allowing more baskets(bitcoin) above 21mill or allowing more units per basket(millisats) both RUIN the rarity value of the currency.

its like gold.. if its known that there are only about 200 tonnes of gold with 170t mined so far and someone comes along and says they can make a million tonnes in a laboratory.. the gold market will plunge..... answering your question. it would be lower

just be happy that there are 2.1quadrillion shareable units
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