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May 13, 2016, 09:33:54 AM
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Antonopoulos: There Are No Spam Transactions in Bitcoin

As Bitcoin blocks get closer to full capacity, some members of the community are claiming many of the transactions on the network are nothing more than spam.

https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/antonopoulos-there-are-no-spam-transactions-in-bitcoin-1463081880

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May 13, 2016, 09:36:36 AM
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I am not sure what you would call it if you send bitcoin to yourself over and over again automaticly in order to prove a point that bitcoin needs to "scale NOW"!!

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I do not agree with him in this statement "If You Pay the Fee, the Transaction Is Not Spam" because in the last transactions attack, the spam txs were paying high fees to be in blocks and delay normal txs in their first confirmation.
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I do not agree with him in this statement "If You Pay the Fee, the Transaction Is Not Spam" because in the last transactions attack, the spam txs were paying high fees to be in blocks and delay normal txs in their first confirmation.

Yep, but that is not spam. That is sending a message to everyone, "bigger blocks now, my way, my bip, my team, or else I will do it again".

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