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October 23, 2016, 05:34:44 PM
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There has been a lot of talk about the imminent death of bitcoin over the years. Never happened.
Fact is, ethereum has a lot of big-boy support. It's not gonna go away easily. Network effect and all.
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October 23, 2016, 05:46:21 PM
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There has been a lot of talk about the imminent death of bitcoin over the years. Never happened.
Fact is, ethereum has a lot of big-boy support. It's not gonna go away easily. Network effect and all.

It's only going to get stronger.  All of the attacks actually serve as an asset because they expose the vulnerabilities that need to be worked out.  There is no shortage of talent here....each exposure is just bringing more security to the platform.  I would say keep stressing the network fellas....let's tighten down the screws on this beast!

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October 23, 2016, 06:52:22 PM
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There has been a lot of talk about the imminent death of bitcoin over the years. Never happened.
Fact is, ethereum has a lot of big-boy support. It's not gonna go away easily. Network effect and all.

It's only going to get stronger.  All of the attacks actually serve as an asset because they expose the vulnerabilities that need to be worked out.  There is no shortage of talent here....each exposure is just bringing more security to the platform.  I would say keep stressing the network fellas....let's tighten down the screws on this beast!

Agreed. Attacks are actually doing us a favor in the long run. Same goes for bitcoin. And while a hard fork isn't exactly a positive thing, the valuable lessons for both investors and programmers about securing smart contracts properly is a VERY positive, and necessary, thing.
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October 23, 2016, 08:47:37 PM
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There has been a lot of talk about the imminent death of bitcoin over the years. Never happened.
Fact is, ethereum has a lot of big-boy support. It's not gonna go away easily. Network effect and all.

It's only going to get stronger.  All of the attacks actually serve as an asset because they expose the vulnerabilities that need to be worked out.  There is no shortage of talent here....each exposure is just bringing more security to the platform.  I would say keep stressing the network fellas....let's tighten down the screws on this beast!
Precisely. As each attack vector is highlighted and the ETH chain successfully forked the higher ETHs potential becomes.

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October 23, 2016, 08:49:31 PM
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There has been a lot of talk about the imminent death of bitcoin over the years. Never happened.
Fact is, ethereum has a lot of big-boy support. It's not gonna go away easily. Network effect and all.

It's only going to get stronger.  All of the attacks actually serve as an asset because they expose the vulnerabilities that need to be worked out.  There is no shortage of talent here....each exposure is just bringing more security to the platform.  I would say keep stressing the network fellas....let's tighten down the screws on this beast!

Agreed. Attacks are actually doing us a favor in the long run. Same goes for bitcoin. And while a hard fork isn't exactly a positive thing, the valuable lessons for both investors and programmers about securing smart contracts properly is a VERY positive, and necessary, thing.
and with each fork the ETH devs do they become better experienced. Any attacks on ETH are win-win.

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October 24, 2016, 04:08:36 AM
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He sold 1/4 of his personal stash, he doesn't have to explain it to anyone the reason he did it. Everyone knew he had that stash, no idiot would expect he'd keep it in cold storage for the next 1000 years. Only idiots would.

WRONG.

I could give you infinite reasons why you are full of shit too.

For starters what is it all you scammy fucks call ICO's ?
Penny Stocks ?
Then you are responsible and accountable to the people who funded your start-up project.

Try and dig your way out of that one  Cheesy

Further more WHERE did he get roughly between 4 and 8 million dollars worth of scammy ETH ICO coins to dump on the public when ever he feels like ?
Where ?
And why would he not have to explain to his "investors" ?

Oh and where is your scammy little ETH bum buddy ?
I noticed he vanished when i asked him to tell us how many accounts he has logged into.
I said the staff here are welcome to post my info and confirm or deny it.. Then he bolted hiding !
Same question applies to you mining1 ..how many accounts have you logged into here ?


Lets see if you can back up your big mouth ETH miningFraud boys.
Notice how the only 2 people here who shill for ETH are the two mining-fraud boys ?  Cheesy
Notice how both have hidden all personal info about themselves and post in tandem ?

I think if Microsoft, IBM and Big Banks are using Ethereum as you fraud's have claimed
..then they may be interested in knowing where Butters got his million(s) of dollars from
AND.. when and why and how much he is dumping on his supporters.

So..
Show your fraudulent little fucking face here again ..i god damn dare you.
I have more for you clown  Grin  Cool

Well fraud-boy is back from hiding so... let me ask him for 30th time.

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October 24, 2016, 07:27:55 AM
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Ethereum is due for meteoric rise. Just wait until technical problems are solved, and I think they're solving it pretty fast. ETH has powerful enemies and it won't be easy, but the amount invested in projects around is making sure Ethereum won't fail. Right now it's going sideways for pretty long and is pretty stable in given circumstances which shows its strength. Perfect time to buy - when everyone is fearful, be greedy.

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October 24, 2016, 03:49:07 PM
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That's a great prediction & all but.. WHY ?

Notice how the topic below this one where i asked what they are used for was 100% ignored ?
Hmmmm i wonder what that tells us all ?

..and i am actually curious and no i don't know how "Fuel Tokens" work technically.

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October 26, 2016, 04:22:50 PM
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Ethereum is due for meteoric rise. Just wait until technical problems are solved, and I think they're solving it pretty fast. ETH has powerful enemies and it won't be easy, but the amount invested in projects around is making sure Ethereum won't fail. Right now it's going sideways for pretty long and is pretty stable in given circumstances which shows its strength. Perfect time to buy - when everyone is fearful, be greedy.

https://www.reddit.com/r/ethereum/comments/59ga9g/bitcoin_43716_unconfirmed_transactions_and/?st=iur4ppic&sh=ab2d03df

Bitcoin. 43716 unconfirmed transactions and counting

The blocksize debate presents Ethereum with a real market share opportunity in my view. I know the Devs are working hard and the network will be stronger in the long run, but jeez it would be nice if we were in full swing right now, China is begging for crypto with these ongoing devaluations and currency controls! HF2 ETA???

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October 26, 2016, 05:17:38 PM
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That's a great prediction & all but.. WHY ?

Notice how the topic below this one where i asked what they are used for was 100% ignored ?
Hmmmm i wonder what that yells us all ?

..and i am actually curious and no i don't know how "Fuel Tokens" work technically.

maybe I can lend you a bit of a historical perspective:
That 'gas' they are so ecstatic about is akin to the stuff they used to make the Hindenburg buoyant.
H2 that was, hydrogen gas.
H2 also has an inherent tendency to creep through the tiniest fissures due to being the lightest element in the periodic table.
And it makes for great fireworks.
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October 27, 2016, 03:38:13 AM
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Well.. ETH will replace Bitcoin ?

mmmmm hhhhhmmmmm  Roll Eyes

It's not a currency ..it's a failed scammy ICO "scheme" coin token thingy ma jigger.
Roach has explained a dozen times why it's not possible for ETH to functionally replace Bitcoin.
But you are all foolish greedy shills.. playing dumb or ARE dumb.

Good luck with that.

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October 27, 2016, 05:14:19 AM
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Well.. ETH will replace Bitcoin ?

mmmmm hhhhhmmmmm  Roll Eyes

It's not a currency ..it's failed scammy ICO "scheme" coin token thingy ma jigger.
Roach has explained a dozen times why it's not possible for ETH to functionally replace Bitcoin.
But you are all foolish greedy shills.. playing dumb or ARE dumb.

Good luck with that.

And Hindenberg ? ETH ? ..you said it Wink



I don't think Ethereum will replace bitcoin because they are so different.  But, have you checked out the platform yet?....Checked out some of the D'Apps?....Wrapped you're mind around some of the possibilities of its turing capabilities?  I'm pretty sure it's not a "..failed scammy ICO 'scheme' coin token thingy ma jigger."  Here, look at what the community is doing:   http://dapps.ethercasts.com/

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I have seen lists of the DAPPS yes.. they are scammy crap.

The fact it is an ICO makes it scammy.
And what has transpired with this ICO since 2014 seals the deal.
far faaar too many things to mention.. again ..next time Wink

All i see & hear is poor justification for something you logically should not be supporting.
All in an effort to profit from it.

And you all HAVE in fact claimed non stop it will REPLACE Bitcoin.
As well as countless other ludicrous claims.. one after another.

Ethereum deserves to crash & burn.. like the Hindenberg  Grin

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October 27, 2016, 05:49:40 AM
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I have seen lists of the DAPPS yes.. they are scammy crap.

The fact it is an ICO makes it scammy.
And what has transpired with this ICO since 2014 seals the deal.
far faaar too many things to mention.. again ..next time Wink

All i see & hear is poor justification for something you logically should not be supporting.
All in an effort to profit from it.

And you all HAVE in fact claimed non stop it will REPLACE Bitcoin.
As well as countless other ludicrous claims.. one after another.

Ethereum deserves to crash & burn.. like the Hindenberg  Grin

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Well, maybe so, but there were many who said the same sorta things about bitcoin in its earlier days....Those who got into bitcoin early and recognized its potential are the one's who are enjoying the last laugh now.  I don't think that Ethereum will replace Bitcoin, but I do know that Ethereum can do things on a blockchain that's beyond Bitcoin's capability and I wouldn't underestimate its potential.

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https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/ethereum/

from last 3 days ,it's going more deep.
i m worrying.
should i sell my ETH now,bcoz i think later it will be too late.
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Don't compare Ethereum the scammy ICO coin that V. Butters dumped on his supporters with Satoshi's Bitcoin.

This offends me  Angry

One is a currency and the other is a variety of other things you all claim.
Such as ?
A computing platform or an APP's platform or smart contracts etc etc.
You ETH defenders have even claimed it was NOT A CURRENCY shitloads of times during the great manipulative hype / spam / pump campaign.

So.. your words idiots.. not mine !
Don't blame me for using your own greedy profiteer kidiot shit head shill logic against you  Wink

Get your ass's in gear and support a proper currency not ICO "scheme" coins for profit idiots.

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In the Eth is really crap News.  Wink

http://themerkle.com/next-ethereum-hard-fork-date-will-be-announced-on-monday/
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The upcoming Ethereum hard fork date will be announced on Monday, after the group of core developers reached an agreement on the proposed specifications.

This hard fork will be the second after the network experienced a series of DDoS (spam) attacks.
Several developers and foundation members argued that the quickest, most effective way to address the issue was to fork the network,
introducing changes in the cost schedule of several instructions embedded inside the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM).

The first hard fork was not enough to stop the sophisticate attacker –rumored to be the same perpetrator of the DAO hack– who quickly evolved his tactics, targeting several EVM calls, effectively performing a cheap DDoS attack. The attacker also managed to fill with junk the blockchain, giving hell to miner’s and node’s hard drives.

Hard fork #2 will fix those problems by increasing the cost of the EXP opcode –which was the remaining vulnerable instruction in the EVM–, and purging the blockchain of empty transactions to decrease its size to pre-attack values.

I would like to be the first to suggest a New Logo for Eth.  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy


 Cool

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Also would like to suggest that Eth name be changed to FORKzilla.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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October 30, 2016, 07:48:25 AM
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There has been a lot of talk about the imminent death of bitcoin over the years. Never happened.
Fact is, ethereum has a lot of big-boy support. It's not gonna go away easily. Network effect and all.

It's only going to get stronger.  All of the attacks actually serve as an asset because they expose the vulnerabilities that need to be worked out.  There is no shortage of talent here....each exposure is just bringing more security to the platform.  I would say keep stressing the network fellas....let's tighten down the screws on this beast!
oh yes, you are true when you say that each attacks make them stronger but how many attacks? I am tired of this, everytime I read about etherium is hard fork and hard fork again. If they have such "big boys" and "Talent" than they must be stable. I don't know what to call this altcoin, Etherium or Forkerium Cheesy Hope there won't be hard forks in future and etherium will be stable because it's start was good and I hope finish won't be bad.

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October 30, 2016, 08:46:27 AM
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There has been a lot of talk about the imminent death of bitcoin over the years. Never happened.
Fact is, ethereum has a lot of big-boy support. It's not gonna go away easily. Network effect and all.

Actually you are 100% full of shit and could not even show me one example let alone "lots'

..just wanted to respond to that late Wink

Oh and ForkZilla ? not bad.. i like it and the artwork Smiley
How about "Fork Coin" though ?

And strap this on to your ROI feed bags profiteers..
if it was coded properly in the first place they would not have to fork it once a week.
All the forks is in fact a BAD thing dumb ass's.

The ETH ICO scheme coin token thingy = SCAM

FUD first & ask questions later™
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November 19, 2016, 05:28:27 AM
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ETH will do hard fork again about 4-5 days later  and Every Ethereum hard fork has a rather unusual name, and the fourth one is no exception. Under the Spurious Dragon banner, this new fork will go into effect at block 2,675,000.  Both Geth and Parity hard fork-enabled clients are ready to download, giving users plenty of choices as to which clients they prefer to use.
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