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June 03, 2015, 07:39:36 AM
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they can choose what they want, but in the end they will be forced to join the other side, or their coin will be simply worthless when the hardfork will happen, and that chain will be like an orphan chain, totally useless

it's like going to the first version of bitcoin now after the fork that already happen(march 2013), your coins will not be proceeded with that client version
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June 03, 2015, 07:49:21 AM
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Stop spreading FUD Mircea Popescu!

I'm not MP you piece of shit
Yes, yes you are, and you like ad hominem a lot. Even if you're not Mircea, you're part of his band that things that their opinions matter. In reality, they don't.
You will be forced to use whatever comes next. If you don't use it, you will be left behind. You should really accept this, as it's quite obvious that you have authority issues especially when it comes to Gavin.

they can choose what they want, but in the end they will be forced to join the other side, or their coin will be simply worthless when the hardfork will happen, and that chain will be like an orphan chain, totally useless

it's like going to the first version of bitcoin now after the fork that already happen(march 2013), your coins will not be proceeded with that client version
There is also this. If the majority (95+%) of services join the new client, it has been decided. A group of people case refuse all they like, but they will have no place to exchange,spend or use their coins making them worthless. So what exactly does their protesting do? Nothing aside of costing them money.

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