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Question: 9/19 Closing Price:
0 - 1 (1.6%)
<$10,000 - 3 (4.8%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 2 (3.2%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 13 (20.6%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 19 (30.2%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 8 (12.7%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 7 (11.1%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 2 (3.2%)
>$13,000 - 3 (4.8%)
>$20,000 - 5 (7.9%)
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April 08, 2019, 09:09:17 PM

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April 08, 2019, 09:15:29 PM

What happened to Rosewater Foundation?

We wish we knew.  Speculation that he may have been caught in Quadringa CX...
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April 08, 2019, 09:15:30 PM

Mt Gox giving out coins in the next few weeks? What gave you that idea?

Last I heard they were released in May 2019 from the settlement.

https://bitcoinist.com/mt-gox-creditors-bitcoins-next-summer/

well, says May/June 2019 for the above. Maybe more than a few weeks I guess...but still...

Mt Gox giving out coins in the next few weeks? What gave you that idea?

yeah, Gox creditors aren't seeing shit till Q4...if then

from what I understand the folk doing the liguidating are the ones wanting this wrapped up so they can get paid and move on....so who knows...
but it has drag'd on now what 3 years?

August would be better IMHO,  we will see





Will today's candle close above or below (ideal for bears) $5200? Next 3 hours are critical...
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April 08, 2019, 09:26:42 PM

What happened to Rosewater Foundation?

We wish we knew.  Speculation that he may have been caught in Quadringa CX...

I think he's too smart to keep coins on an exchange.
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April 08, 2019, 09:44:42 PM

@jbreher So what is likely to happen if BCH-ABC or SV wants to implement another improvement of the protocol that a significant portion disagree with? Are groups of miners going to square off on two or more camps

To the extent that each side is entrenched in their way forward, this would seem likely. Just as would be the case for a schism within the Bitcoin Core camp.

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and cause more forks,

Perhaps. If one side defaults on the approach satoshi suggested -- colloquially known as a hash battle -- than a fork would seem inevitable. Again, just as would be the case for a schism within the Bitcoin Core camp.

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each fork being less secure since each have less hash rate?

If neither side capitulates, yes. Again, just as would be the case for a schism within the Bitcoin Core camp. Of course, with a fairly pervasive narrative within Core of 'miners are evil', BTC may find other ways to lose hash security.
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April 08, 2019, 09:54:07 PM

@jbreher So what is likely to happen if BCH-ABC or SV wants to implement another improvement of the protocol that a significant portion disagree with? Are groups of miners going to square off on two or more camps

To the extent that each side is entrenched in their way forward, this would seem likely. Just as would be the case for a schism within the Bitcoin Core camp.

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and cause more forks,

Perhaps. If one side defaults on the approach satoshi suggested -- colloquially known as a hash battle -- than a fork would seem inevitable. Again, just as would be the case for a schism within the Bitcoin Core camp.

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each fork being less secure since each have less hash rate?

If neither side capitulates, yes. Again, just as would be the case for a schism within the Bitcoin Core camp. Of course, with a fairly pervasive narrative within Core of 'miners are evil', BTC may find other ways to lose hash security.

But a schism for BTC is less likely because they usually implement some kind of voting mechanism to ensure that most are on the same page before implementing. Also, what is great about segwit is if you are a user or a miner and don't care for segwit, you can ignore/avoid segwit tx and still be part of the network. Unfortunately, if you are a miner who ignores/avoids canonical ordering, it's not possible for you to remain on the same network as BCH ABC.
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April 08, 2019, 10:00:18 PM

come on BTC every minute = Critical !!!!!!!!!
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April 08, 2019, 10:13:56 PM

problem: bear talks to much
solution: feed bear more bitcoins until properly immobilized.
problem: solved.

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imho i would have to say yep, thats a bounce not a skip
you can put the squiggle lines where you please but im with the purple and gold camp prevailing at the end of the day  #dyor
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April 08, 2019, 10:26:52 PM

Wrapped up mainland trip. Latest news Bitmain is out of cash and is desperately trying to raise capital to fund TSMC wafers. Yield is not good -below 80%. Existing investors asking for significant valuation discount or force them to sell BCH portfolio. Regardless they are screwed “And Bcash as well ??” Cheesy

https://twitter.com/btcking555/status/1115376669861105664?s=21
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April 08, 2019, 10:32:23 PM

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April 08, 2019, 10:41:53 PM

In case you had not noticed, miners have always been happy to mine blocks large enough such that average wait tx latencies were darned near universally next-block or so. That is, until blocks became persistently full, making such performance impossible.

Who gives any shits about what miners want?  It’s irrelevant.  Same as what users want.  That’s irrelevant too.

 Either they mine or they don’t.  So the incentives for mining are already built into bitcoin.   Same with users.  Either they use bitcoin or they don’t. 

Again, in bitcoin incentives are already well established from the beginning.  That’s what makes bitcoin so powerful as contrasted with the various shitcoin bitcoin wannabes.
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April 08, 2019, 11:00:29 PM

Say hello to bitcoin wallet number 35 million!
The last 2 days 120.000 new bitcoins wallets, have been added to the bitcoin blockchain!

https://www.blockchain.com/ja/charts/my-wallet-n-users?timespan=all
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April 08, 2019, 11:01:43 PM

In case you had not noticed, miners have always been happy to mine blocks large enough such that average wait tx latencies were darned near universally next-block or so. That is, until blocks became persistently full, making such performance impossible.

Who gives any shits about what miners want?  It’s irrelevant.  Same as what users want.  That’s irrelevant too.

 Either they mine or they don’t.  So the incentives for mining are already built into bitcoin.   Same with users.  Either they use bitcoin or they don’t. 

Again, in bitcoin incentives are already well established from the beginning.  That’s what makes bitcoin so powerful as contrasted with the various shitcoin bitcoin wannabes.

You do realize miners vote?
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Transaction spike is probably due only to Veriblock spamming bitcoin blocks with their OP_Return transactions.
This is even suggested on the commment to the original tweet you posted.
I said something about that in my monthly analysis, but basically they are doing transactions on BTC blockchain, effectively using space on BTC blocks, and using their own protocol (Proof-of-Proof) trying to secure other weak blockchains (say a random shitcoin with low hashing power) using Bitcoin's Proof-of-Work blockchain and its massive security to protect them against 51% attacks. As they put transactions from other blockchains on the Bitcoin network, that takes space in a Bitcoin block, some estimates say up to 25%, crowding out legit BTC transactions and pushing fees higher.

This is only a quick and dirty explaination, more at www.veriblock.com.

Edit: now I really regret getting so excited about this spike a couple of days ago...
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April 08, 2019, 11:09:36 PM

Since I'm the only one here, Ill just sign out and take a nap, see you in the evening.
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And I'm back, that was a hell of a nap, but I do fell well rested.
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April 08, 2019, 11:13:39 PM

How much would it cost to move such amount of money with traditional banking system?

Where I live - $0.

I don't understand why this particular meme gives people erections.

Where I live as well.
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April 08, 2019, 11:16:20 PM

I've been seeing the market for the last 24 hours like this one


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April 08, 2019, 11:24:50 PM

In case you had not noticed, miners have always been happy to mine blocks large enough such that average wait tx latencies were darned near universally next-block or so. That is, until blocks became persistently full, making such performance impossible.

Who gives any shits about what miners want?  It’s irrelevant. Same as what users want.  That’s irrelevant too.

 Either they mine or they don’t.  So the incentives for mining are already built into bitcoin.   Same with users.  Either they use bitcoin or they don’t.  

Again, in bitcoin incentives are already well established from the beginning.  That’s what makes bitcoin so powerful as contrasted with the various shitcoin bitcoin wannabes.

You do realize miners vote?

1.  Miners don’t vote.

2.  If miners don’t like it, they can piss off. There’s plenty of other miners out there that would appreciate a slight hash rate drop.
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April 08, 2019, 11:27:44 PM

In case you had not noticed, miners have always been happy to mine blocks large enough such that average wait tx latencies were darned near universally next-block or so. That is, until blocks became persistently full, making such performance impossible.

Who gives any shits about what miners want?  It’s irrelevant.  Same as what users want.  That’s irrelevant too.

 Either they mine or they don’t.  So the incentives for mining are already built into bitcoin.   Same with users.  Either they use bitcoin or they don’t. 

Again, in bitcoin incentives are already well established from the beginning.  That’s what makes bitcoin so powerful as contrasted with the various shitcoin bitcoin wannabes.

You do realize miners vote?
You, I don't like you. Jbreher isn't a shill, you're an annoying shill.

Miners care about one thing and one thing one, making a profit.
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