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April 24, 2018, 10:00:30 PM

The bcash discussions are getting tired. We all know where everyone stands, and no one is going to change his position.

Elwar also created a bcash wall observer.

And yet jbreher refuses to go post his bullshit there.  Roll Eyes

The coin is so worthless that BCash cultists can't even create their own WO thread, a Bitcoin guy had to do it for them.  Kinda like their development history. Grin
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April 24, 2018, 10:00:40 PM

Myetherwallet is being redirected to a scam site on Google Public DNS.

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IMO he is right, at least for me XMR is the No2 after Bitcoin. And i think thats the case for many bitcoiners. Dash doesnt stand a chance sry.

 Cheesy Thats funny.

But you can keep your opaque blockchain, makes it fungible right? In which you have to trust without being able to verify that no-one is minting coins sneakily via an exploit or bug. Or you can have privacy hoping that the single point of failure encryption wont be cracked revealing all your transactions. Like here http://hackingdistributed.com/2017/04/19/monero-linkability/ Not to mention slow transactions, bloated blockchain.. Think bitcoin has scaling problems? But Monero does now have a wallet, which is progress.

1. You can of course verify the total number of coins 2. If the encryption is cracked crypto ist fucked anyway 3. This is old news and was adressed with RingCT 4. Bulletproofs will reduce TX size by 80-90% 5. Ledger support with next release ~ 2 weeks

Monero ist solid development, no hype. It grows slowly but surely.

@Fatman Dont know, but you sound a bit salty.  Ah and trezor integration is in the works.

CMC ist not a good metric, e.g. Rank 5-100 are better coins then the scams in 3&4. ( OK Tron is also a Scam )
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April 24, 2018, 10:04:02 PM


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April 24, 2018, 10:14:01 PM

Goldman Sachs: "Mr. President, tech stock technicals are rolling over. So we need to create some FUD so we can short and justify the selloff."

Pres. Trump: "So what do you need me to do?"

Goldman Sachs: "Eh, just attack Amazon with some trade war FUD, or something about unfair taxes. We'll do the rest."

Pres. Trump: "Ok. What about the other FAANGs?"

Goldman Sachs: "We've already got that covered. Already nailed Facebook with the Cambridge Analytica crap. Now we just gotta drum up some shit on Google, Netflix, and maybe Tesla. No worries, by the time we're done they'll all be in the shitter."

Nailed it. They're all going down together.

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/04/24/more-than-85-billion-in-value-wiped-out-from-the-popular-fang-tech-stocks.html
https://www.cnbc.com/2018/04/24/apple-loses-64-billion-in-value-as-wall-street-is-in-full-panic-mode.html
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April 24, 2018, 10:20:05 PM

$9500 touched on BFX
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April 24, 2018, 10:20:39 PM

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April 24, 2018, 10:23:27 PM


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IMO he is right, at least for me XMR is the No2 after Bitcoin. And i think thats the case for many bitcoiners. Dash doesnt stand a chance sry.

 Cheesy Thats funny.

But you can keep your opaque blockchain, makes it fungible right? In which you have to trust without being able to verify that no-one is minting coins sneakily via an exploit or bug. Or you can have privacy hoping that the single point of failure encryption wont be cracked revealing all your transactions. Like here http://hackingdistributed.com/2017/04/19/monero-linkability/ Not to mention slow transactions, bloated blockchain.. Think bitcoin has scaling problems? But Monero does now have a wallet, which is progress.

1. You can of course verify the total number of coins 2. If the encryption is cracked crypto ist fucked anyway 3. This is old news and was adressed with RingCT 4. Bulletproofs will reduce TX size by 80-90% 5. Ledger support with next release ~ 2 weeks

Monero ist solid development, no hype. It grows slowly but surely.

Interesting. But please elaborate how you know the total number of coins? And guarantee that unaccounted minting cannot occur.
Yes that problem was addressed but had been undetected for some time. People prior to that trusted Monero for privacy. You now trust there isn't another undetected problem or problems in similar way. I reserve judgement on bulletproofs.

 

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April 24, 2018, 10:26:06 PM



EDIT: Holy crap. I just recognized I've attained Legendary status. I spend waaaay too much time here...  Wink
EDIT2: Not sure what's going on with this sudden momentum, but I would be real fucking nervous with a short position in Bitcorn right now.
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April 24, 2018, 10:27:49 PM

Raw fuel in the exhaust?  He needs to have that looked at.  Probably an issue with spark.
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April 24, 2018, 10:35:03 PM

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bob...you been legendary since I came back, like, a year ago
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April 24, 2018, 10:40:29 PM

10000 incoming?  I have it on good authority that it is possible.  But only if it goes over 9500 first. 
Always the damn fine print.
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