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ESG, KYC & AML are attack vectors on Bitcoin


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how many people here understand this unix/linux joke? Smiley


I thought it was about the dev driven SW feeding to the miners last year.

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Nope.  You know better, and you are trying to reframe history, HV, because if you recall 100% of the miners adopted segwit and changed their signaling towards such adoption in about mid-to-late July 2017.. ... remember?  

It became a lovely transformative scene (and even somewhat surprising) and a fairly rapid transition that was successful each step of the about month-long process that occurred after the signaling had changed towards segwit and through August.  Recall that subsequently, in mid August, there was a locking in and then in late august activation onto the network.  This was accomplished with damned close to 100% of then miner support.. remember?

Maybe they had a change of heart afterwards or whatever, but they could just as well fuck off, or form their own coin or support some other project...

In the mean time we have segwit that has been adopted, and it seems that it would be a hell-of-a difficult process to achieve consensus to unadopt it, so why the fuck are you anti-segwit jihan dick sucking trolls continuing to attempt to get community support against segwit when it seems like  a nearly impossible task?  Why don't you just go support your bcash coin, and conquer the word with that no-segwit and onblock scaling coin?  Oh because no one is using it?  Oh, because you cannot seem to increase any of the networking effects or to steal them from bitcoin?   Pobrecitos.  Feel bad for you........


NOT.   Roll Eyes    Tongue

If you feel bad, you need help

https://news.bitcoin.com/bitcoin-org-removed-from-bitcoin-core-website/

Things are bad for SWcoin, cant help

You already posted this information, and I already responded to your bullshit topic.  

You understand that bcash has largely just served as an attack vector on bitcoin, a propaganda machine, and a disinformation machine to attempt to put itself out there as if it were the real bitcoin.

So of course, there is prerogative and discretion for bitcoin core to remove what seems to be purposefully misleading information to defend bitcoin from any of these kinds of attacks.  

Further, the world is not coming to an end because bitcoin core's various attempts at defending against some attacks, especially the bcash one which seems so obvious and irritating while misleading a lot of normal people.  
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Finally the complete picture !!!
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August 02, 2018, 10:40:20 PM

Finally the complete picture !!!

Shouldn't it have a ghostly Bogdanoff lurking in the background?
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If you feel bad, you need help

https://news.bitcoin.com/bitcoin-org-removed-from-bitcoin-core-website/

Things are bad for SWcoin, cant help

Everybody knows that's a bcash shill website. Why do you link it as if it has some sort of validity? Everyone here knows there is no reason to click on a link to bitcoin.com.
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August 03, 2018, 12:06:12 AM



eths lookin' pretty ugly at the moment Wink
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August 03, 2018, 12:38:34 AM

sup scros?
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August 03, 2018, 12:40:17 AM

Everyone hold onto your butts Sad


What are you planning to do with our butts?
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Go! BTC Go!


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August 03, 2018, 12:41:13 AM

I already gave my pants away and really the only use for my butt was holding those up so... meh
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Except BTC is not on wall st yet  Shocked 
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August 03, 2018, 01:09:21 AM

The rally is being driven by an EMA crossing on the daily.  I can't really see what will drive it from here.  

The last time we crossed was in April when we went from $7.8k then ran out of steam at $9.9k.

On that basis we might make it as high as ~$8.5k on this rally.  


not bad Hairy

not bad
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August 03, 2018, 01:14:53 AM

The rally is being driven by an EMA crossing on the daily.  I can't really see what will drive it from here.  

The last time we crossed was in April when we went from $7.8k then ran out of steam at $9.9k.

On that basis we might make it as high as ~$8.5k on this rally.  


not bad Hairy

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INDEED... !!!! LOL...!!!!!  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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August 03, 2018, 01:16:05 AM

The rally is being driven by an EMA crossing on the daily.  I can't really see what will drive it from here.  
The last time we crossed was in April when we went from $7.8k then ran out of steam at $9.9k.
On that basis we might make it as high as ~$8.5k on this rally.  
not bad Hairy
not bad
INDEED... !!!! LOL...!!!!!  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Did the guy in the $8500 suit have anything to do with this?

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sup scros?
idiocracy lol?
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August 03, 2018, 01:53:29 AM

Watching people die for no good reason probably takes some getting used to.

Here in Brexit Britain they've now set up mobile cinemas in car parks around in the country in anticipation of the dismantling of the NHS.

Each citizen spends several hours a day watching the debilitated being towed out and left on glaciers after 'death committees' have decided they're no longer viable. Slippery devices are attached to one's johnson or minge and you're only allowed out when you signal your approval by sexual arousal.

good god...
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not bad Hairy

not bad

Maybe I should follow my own advice when putting in a number for Mic’s competition.  I put $8,200 there and got cleaned out. 
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August 03, 2018, 02:46:26 AM

I just noticed the poll is outdated. I guess everyone is too depressed to care. Cry
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I just noticed the poll is outdated. I guess everyone is too depressed to care. Cry

so much for my 9000-9500 guess Sad
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