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August 03, 2019, 07:50:50 AM

If anyone wants to help Peter McCormack with evidence that Craig Wright is not Satoshi Nakamoto, you should send it to him now. Peter has until thursday to produce evidence.

If Peter can't come up with any evidence, people could lose faith in BTC and tank the price. But that's pure speculation on the BTC price.
HA, sorry true Bitcoin isn't built up on a single person or their views that's your shitcoin with a clown at the helm. Craig's already embarrassed himself and you have as well by believing him.
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August 03, 2019, 08:02:27 AM

WTF is Peter McCormack?

He's a podcaster / Twitter personality that Wright is suing for defamation. Roger Ver won against Wright (who now owes Ver legal fees) last week on the basis that:

- Wright couldn't prove Ver had actually damaged his reputation
- Wright doesn't have a reputation to damage in the U.K.

Since McCormack is also in the U.K., there's no reason to believe he won't win.

Contrary to what our latest low-level BSV troll newcomer is saying, the burden of proof is on Wright to demonstrate he has a reputation and that it was damaged, not on McCormack to prove a negative.
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August 03, 2019, 08:04:31 AM

Info regarding Satoshi Nakamoto's identity has moved the market before (the registration of the copyright of the whitepaper and early bitcoin code).
If you can predict these movements based on fundamentals, you can trade on it and make money. Just sayin' ...
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August 03, 2019, 08:23:37 AM

Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto.

And u will be poor and bitter in 5 years.
Uploading all kinds of scientific data (weather, earthquake, time-stamping and registering your astronomical discoveries on chain.......... ) does have its costs.
Yeah bloating a network until it's only hosted by a few nodes and not a decentralized network anymore. Seems like something that would be better as each their own token on eth.
Eth is that the thing which could not handle an app?
So your argument is to replace shitcoin 1 with shitcoin 2 (as you baghold some) or not store scientific data immutable.
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August 03, 2019, 08:32:25 AM

BSV is the only blockchain that scales, both for data and tx frequency. 3.5 hours to stresstest from now. Hobbyists are encouraged to play with BTC nodes on raspis. BSV is for business.

Here is a funny video stored on the blockchain:
https://bico.media/19743ddf1df78581ec5939bbac7df98fae3f63a792dd8faac5c797d49760e086.mp4
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August 03, 2019, 08:34:33 AM

Can the Bcash BSV moron-flatted-trolls move to their dedicated thread please?
Chop chop.
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August 03, 2019, 08:36:12 AM

BSV is the only blockchain that scales, both for data and tx frequency. 3.5 hours to stresstest from now. Hobbyists are encouraged to play with BTC nodes on raspis. BSV is for business.

May I direct you to the Altcoin sub - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=67.0
You may find that the peasants posters there may give you a warmer welcome than the gentlemen here.
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August 03, 2019, 08:37:31 AM

I thought maybe he would go down further because he had changed his course and made the wrong decision Although one such as the other common loss!
Okay I am totally confused here. Who is the he now?

Can you please write in detail instead of one line chatting style conversations? I am really not good at short cut communications.

Are you better at long ones?    Wink

Bro, is that warning or invitation? Tongue

You already broke your keyboard once, i suggest compact keyboard as a backup. Better safe than sorry.  Grin
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August 03, 2019, 08:41:59 AM

BSV is the only blockchain that scales, both for data and tx frequency. 3.5 hours to stresstest from now. Hobbyists are encouraged to play with BTC nodes on raspis. BSV is for business.

May I direct you to the Altcoin sub - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=67.0
You may find that the peasants posters there may give you a warmer welcome than the gentlemen here.

I'm sure the video I posted of the interview of BTC speculation guru Tone Vays is relevant for this thread?
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August 03, 2019, 08:45:15 AM

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This is what Bitcoiners see when they're checking out projects that claim to be "a better Bitcoin".

https://twitter.com/WhalePanda/status/1156547572124835840

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August 03, 2019, 08:48:25 AM

I'm sure the video I posted of the interview of BTC speculation guru Tone Vays is relevant for this thread?

Dude. You went full retard on BCH, shit the bed with it, and now you've returned to spam this thread with thoroughly exhausted BSV talking points? For what reason? You're an anti-indicator. Whatever you are saying, your post history proves the exact opposite has occurred.
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August 03, 2019, 08:51:59 AM

BSV is the only blockchain that scales, both for data and tx frequency. 3.5 hours to stresstest from now. Hobbyists are encouraged to play with BTC nodes on raspis. BSV is for business.

May I direct you to the Altcoin sub - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=67.0
You may find that the peasants posters there may give you a warmer welcome than the gentlemen here.

I'm sure the video I posted of the interview of BTC speculation guru Tone Vays is relevant for this thread?

No matter how dumb Tone Vays is and his predictions are, he still has more credibility than morons like bcash and craig fanboys. (this is you btw)

Now gtfo and go back to where you came from.

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August 03, 2019, 08:57:42 AM

Relax people, I have no plans of staying here for long. Just driving by to see if the old neighbourhood had improved.  Cool

Have a nice life.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YS2dD_PeJ8
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August 03, 2019, 09:02:17 AM

I fully trust you because:

https://i.imgur.com/litoyJh.jpg

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Charts only represent data, the same figures could be placed in a table.   People can close their eyes and just have the numbers read out if they like, some are great visualising just in thought and juggling numbers and alot of us need the graphical placement to make it more digestible.   Theres a reasonable trend in the difficulty vs price.


I could only say this is reality and that thing have changes a lot.

https://i.imgur.com/Mif6ucW.jpg

Was just discussing this elsewhere, inflation since the 1920's.   I put price into ounces because its a common point of reference, $10,000 then was 500 ounces of gold which is a hell of alot of money now.   I dont mind what people use, silver ounces, acres of corn would be fine by me as they are real markets and I guess it'd all point similar to your data.   FIAT can only be held short term because its price fixed debt notes not an asset

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America holds is between 0 to 2000 tons max.

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[Knox] currently holds roughly 147 million troy ounces (4,580 metric tons) of gold bullion, over half of the Treasury’s stored gold. The depository is protected by the United States Mint Police.
Seems thats a reasonable estimate, alot of the gold previously held post ww2 was declared as being sold while dollar was retrievable in ounces.   Hence the gold window was closed due to an unsustainable ratio or plain language dollar required devaluation in a free market.   We dont have proper free markets now so prices are more unknown and inaccurate seems to me.   This will lead to volatility and likely a bull market in anything to counter act that instability.   
  I think this scenario is creating a bull market for both BTC and gold in different ways.   Its likely leading to the accumulation of many assets that have long term stability, I'm bullish on giant potash deposits in various countries around the world due to food production it will stay in demand from world population growth and genuine growth by poorer countries.
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August 03, 2019, 09:28:38 AM

I think we will finally see 11k again. Will probably sell at 11.5k (bought at 9.5k) and buy back below 10k if I can.

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August 03, 2019, 10:35:43 AM

I thought maybe he would go down further because he had changed his course and made the wrong decision Although one such as the other common loss!
Okay I am totally confused here. Who is the he now?

Can you please write in detail instead of one line chatting style conversations? I am really not good at short cut communications.

Are you better at long ones?    Wink

Bro, is that warning or invitation? Tongue

You already broke your keyboard once, i suggest compact keyboard as a backup. Better safe than sorry.  Grin


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August 03, 2019, 10:39:08 AM

Relax people, I have no plans of staying here for long. Just driving by to see if the old neighbourhood had improved.  Cool

Have a nice life.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YS2dD_PeJ8

Yeah... the troll/shills frequently promise to leave, but they just cannot seem to find the door, so in that regard, it can be nice seeing them get reckt in the market.
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August 03, 2019, 10:42:45 AM

I think we will finally see 11k again. Will probably sell at 11.5k (bought at 9.5k) and buy back below 10k if I can.

Are you playing with 100% of you BTC stash, or some smaller amount?  Frequently it is not good to sell too much of your stash and then wait for the price to come back down to your selling point.  That's what happened to Roach at $700 and that is what happened to jonoiv at $6k.
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August 03, 2019, 10:48:36 AM

I think we will finally see 11k again. Will probably sell at 11.5k (bought at 9.5k) and buy back below 10k if I can.

Are you playing with 100% of you BTC stash, or some smaller amount?  Frequently it is not good to sell too much of your stash and then wait for the price to come back down to your selling point.  That's what happened to Roach at $700 and that is what happened to jonoiv at $6k.

And proudhon at even less than r0ach (I think).
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