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March 02, 2013, 01:10:54 AM
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this is in reply to the other thread about this which was just locked:

How can i keep the discussion in one thread if you guys keep locking them?

All I'm asking (politely) is for some links to the point that I've raised.
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March 02, 2013, 01:14:56 AM
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Here's your answer: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=147933.msg1572313#msg1572313

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March 02, 2013, 02:15:44 AM
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this is in reply to the other thread about this which was just locked:

How can i keep the discussion in one thread if you guys keep locking them?

I was a little surprised to see that thread locked as well.  There's a difference between someone being ignorant, persistent and/or wrong versus someone abusing the forum in a way that causes harm.   The way to handle the former is called the "ignore" button.

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March 02, 2013, 06:45:58 AM
Last edit: March 02, 2013, 06:56:30 AM by TradeFortress
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The fatal flaw with "because you can exchange private keys, nobody will make transactions" is that the value of a private key is ~[public key value] / [people or software who saw the private key even once]. In practically every circumstance, it's cheaper to pay the transaction fee (which are decided by miners, FYI).

Even if the fee is 0 satoshi, people will still mine to help the network - because they own coins and want there to be blocks & confirms.

Quite ironic how MoonShadow's power trip is hardly polite:

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I think I've had enough of this BS.  I warned the OP early that there was much to be learned on this topic by simply reading the forum and using the search function.  Apparently no one bothered to attempt it, because I keep seeing tired arguments that have long been settled.

This thread shall be locked.

Beeblebrox, learn to do some research before you start spouting crap about a complex subject for which you do not understand.  If, after some effort on your part, you still do not understand why you are wrong; ask again politely in the Bitcoin Discussion section, and I have no doubt you will get the clear answers you seek.  Too many of the old salts here are not going to bother to post in the newbie section, or even read your complaints, to expect that the best responses are going to be found here.
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March 02, 2013, 10:12:03 AM
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this is in reply to the other thread about this which was just locked:

How can i keep the discussion in one thread if you guys keep locking them?

I was a little surprised to see that thread locked as well.  There's a difference between someone being ignorant, persistent and/or wrong versus someone abusing the forum in a way that causes harm.   The way to handle the former is called the "ignore" button.

I locked it only because I didn't pay attention and completely missed that his first thread was also locked. I wouldn't have done that if I had noticed that. It's also why the thread has been unlocked again.

I apologize to the OP.

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