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November 11, 2018, 06:23:38 PM

Meanwhile in other fake news https://coingeek.com/former-blockstream-cto-gregory-maxwell-sees-light/ https://archive.is/aDswR
https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/9vaqn4/guys_im_going_to_say_it_bitcoin_sv_is_an_attempt/ https://archive.is/bhanD
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Gregory Maxwell, co-founder and former CTO of the Bitcoin Core (BTC) institution Blockstream, has had a change of heart. For reasons yet unknown, the crypto expert has come to the realization that Bitcoin SV is the real Bitcoin, and has even offered to lend a hand. He penned an email to Dr. Craig Wright of nChain and Bitcoin BCH development, in which he mentioned that he was prepared to offer his “discreet assistance.” Better late than never, it’s good to see that Maxwell has finally come around. Here is his email, formatted to make reading easier.
It's not a fake news.
Greg Maxwell has just confirmed it to Trustnodes
https://www.trustnodes.com/2018/11/11/gregory-maxwell-admits-he-emailed-craig-wright-to-offer-assistance
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lol what.  Craig Wright and Roger Ver are both conmen. Coingeek is a conman shilling platform,  and their claim that [I have] "come to the realization that Bitcoin SV is the real Bitcoin," is malicious whole cloth fabrication.  Now, Is "Bitcoin SV" the real fake bitcoin (bch)?  Maybe but who cares.
I think it's unfortunate that Wright's over the top mania is causing dissension in his bamboozled army, as having a scam run by an obvious scammer is a win-win... but it seems that there is nothing to be done for it now, the psychosis is just too strong now.(my emphasis)
Ok but now he says
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“I emailed him– because I’m concerned that scammers like Roger Ver finally figured out that faketoshi isn’t convincing anyone anymore,” Maxwell said.

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We may have seen such assistance in action yesterday when Craig Wright’s BMG Pool mined five 32MB blocks containing miner created zombie transactions.

Why they mined such blocks is not very clear, but Maxwell’s tactic may well be to use his code expertise as a political tool. What may well be Blockstream affiliated media accounts, for example, where quick yesterday to say the Bitcoin Unlimited nodes had crashed after the 32MB blocks were mined.

Yet code related problems with Bitcoin Unlimited are not news to anyone, hence why it took until BitcoinABC to fork off.

ABC’s nodes kept up very well. Potentially so suggesting that Maxwell actually doesn’t have much in his code arsenal, if of course he was involved in discreetly assisting Wright’s pool with mining zombie transactions.

We do not know whether that is the case, but it is doubtful Wright’s team would have had the technical expertise otherwise as clearly shown by BitcoinSV’s codebase.

A codebase that probably has bugs which actually matter, in a client that actually matters.
https://www.trustnodes.com/2018/11/11/gregory-maxwell-admits-he-emailed-craig-wright-to-offer-assistance
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Crypto-Twitter today be all like...

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in to the merit queue you go Cool
'today' lol Roll Eyes
or is it much worse today?
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One good thing to look forward to with the bcash lol fallout will be Roger posting some juicy revenge porn of Craig, Calvin and the whole gang.
(hope lambchops not listening)
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meanwhile https://www.bitfinex.com/posts/311 Announcements > New high frequency/size wire withdrawals fee

Effective immediately, Bitfinex will charge a 3.0% fee on all external wire withdrawal requests exceeding the following frequency and/or size limits:

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    2. more than $1M in aggregate in fiat withdrawals in any thirty day period.
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or is it much worse today?

The current BCash shenanigans are really bringing out the crazies in a way I've not yet seen.

Quite amusing.

Crypto-Twitter never ceases to entertain.
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Crypto-Twitter never ceases to entertain.
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November 11, 2018, 07:50:08 PM
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The monkey's fork coin is mooning. It will dump, then we will dump. Then we will go sideways again.
These are the things I think.
Technically I was right.
R0ach is still r0ach.
Could we have a like button for posts please. Then merit would mean more...
Also pl restore erre's account.
You were right when you said we need more drama for btc to go up.
Thanks for dropping by.

something something slickage seastead something doom

ps. doom
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something something slickage seastead something doom
ps. doom
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November 11, 2018, 08:32:29 PM

BTC crashing hard.

Was going to mention a huge buy wall at $6300 (usually a downward indicator) but forgot.

So ends bitcoin.

Was roach right all along? Time to read Mein Kempf?
You should read mein kampf regardless. Those who don't learn from the past are doomed to repeat it. It's not even just a cute saying, it's the literal truth.

By the way, how much does living on your seastead cost?
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November 11, 2018, 08:41:14 PM

One good thing to look forward to with the bcash lol fallout will be Roger posting some juicy revenge porn of Craig, Calvin and the whole gang.
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meanwhile https://www.bitfinex.com/posts/311 Announcements > New high frequency/size wire withdrawals fee

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    1. more than 2 fiat withdrawals in any thirty day period; and/or,
    2. more than $1M in aggregate in fiat withdrawals in any thirty day period.

Time to get the hell out of there if you are dumb enough to use them after they stole a third of everything their customers had deposited with them. What the fuck is wrong with people.
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November 11, 2018, 08:42:36 PM

They're weak. Not enough beatings in childhood.
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November 11, 2018, 08:42:41 PM

I come back from a weekend off and Bitcoin has died... again!  Angry
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It's resting.
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November 11, 2018, 08:49:16 PM

They're weak. Not enough beatings in childhood.
Interestingly, it seems that physical pain and negative social experiences are processed by the same part of the brain. Which goes some way to explaining why lefties think words are violence. It is possible that they literally can not tell the difference between a broken arm and a hurtful word.

We think of physical punishment as barbaric, and I'm not saying it's not, but it may be that the kind of passive-aggressive punishment we employ today is as bad or worse. There is not nearly enough studies being done in this area.
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November 11, 2018, 08:58:36 PM

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November 11, 2018, 08:59:11 PM

I come back from a weekend off and Bitcoin has died... again!  Angry

Death number 98765 (and counting)
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November 11, 2018, 09:13:33 PM

I come back from a weekend off and Bitcoin has died... again!  Angry

Death number 98765 (and counting)

Indeed 98765 would be a Nice target for next pump gogo BTC
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