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Author Topic: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion  (Read 21172204 times)
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April 08, 2019, 11:32:28 PM

0420 wall report at 0428

bitcoin is looking to extend gainz with a higher high on the daily chart and a possible above the cloud closing bell on the 3day chart. Support levels continue building at the $5kish area as auxiliary units are brought up from the fob at $4.77k  Further support is needed in the $5.25k range if we are to have any chance of reaching the escarpment at $5.5k and the plateau that lies beyond. #dyor

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April 08, 2019, 11:46:17 PM

You're the guy who used to refer to bitcoin as "segwit coin" remember?

What of it? I stand by the statement. Do you find the disambiguation as 'SegWit Coin' perjorative? Are you embarrassed by SegWit? I maintain that the term 'SegWit Coin' is a useful disambiguation which makes it quite clear that one is referring to the BTC fork of Bitcoin. Though, admittedly, some (quite a few, actually) silly insecure ninnies got their panties in a bunch over my use of the term. To appease such snowflakes, I have more recently been using the term 'Bitcoin Core', which still provides the same disambiguation, while reducing the incidence of [~triggering intensifies~].

Obviously I'm not embarrassed about SegWit because I don't feel the need to deride bitcoin by calling it 'segwit coin'.

If you're 'just fine with SegWit', then why does my referring to BTC as 'SegWit Coin' make you so upset?

As I clearly stated, I was not doing it to deride, but rather to disambiguate. But I guess you missed that in your rush to outrage.

Bitcoin No doesn't need no disambiguating.   Roll Eyes  Tongue
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April 08, 2019, 11:49:33 PM
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I love you guys, but can we please introduce a STFU Thursday for both JJG and jbreher. Thanks.

No.

I liked having the whole day, just for meeeeee.

Fuck Jbreher.  He should have to get his own day.  That fucker (see the variety in my vocabulary?).
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April 08, 2019, 11:51:17 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?

The only vote miners get is upon which community vetted BIP they want to support.
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April 09, 2019, 12:00:31 AM

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?

The only vote miners get is upon which community vetted BIP they want to support.

We all learnt from UASF that miner flags don’t mean shit.  If the community decides to soft fork, it will do so. 
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April 09, 2019, 12:03:59 AM

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?

They choose how to direct their hashpower... that is b called correct.  If you are trying to suggest that they have more power than they do, then that is an empirical question that you dumbass bcashers would like to assume that they are in charge of the direction of bitcoin, which does not seem to be the reality in bitcoin.
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April 09, 2019, 12:06:44 AM

closing bell snapshots
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April 09, 2019, 12:13:49 AM

Is Fiat dead?
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April 09, 2019, 12:15:05 AM

@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 ...

A schism for BTC is the exact thing that birthed Bitcoin Cash.
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April 09, 2019, 12:16:52 AM

Is Fiat dead?
If fiat was dead, we wouldn't have twenty thousand pages discussing the fiat exchange rate
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April 09, 2019, 12:21:34 AM

A schism for BTC is the exact thing that birthed Bitcoin Cash.

Yes and they all went away to make their own Bitcoin Cash forums and never bothered the Bitcoiners again and everyone lived happily ever after.
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April 09, 2019, 12:26:28 AM

I see you guys have gone with the alternative facts:

‘The system is secure as long as honest nodes collectively control more CPU power than any cooperating group of attacker nodes.’
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April 09, 2019, 12:40:26 AM


It's organic manipulation.
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April 09, 2019, 12:46:32 AM


A schism for BTC is the exact thing that birthed Bitcoin Cash.

I'd hardly call it a schism when Ver and Bitmain, too big supporters for BCH, still have their paws dipping in the BTC till, to this day. Even you still have a bagful of that untainted BTC corn.
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April 09, 2019, 12:48:58 AM

It's organic manipulation.

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April 09, 2019, 12:54:57 AM
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I will no longer be discussing that scamcoin Bcash in this thread. This isn't the give Bcash undeserved limelight observation thread nor is it two desperate Bcash fanboys and wall observation users fight.

Fuck Bcash, fuck Ver, fuck Jihan, fuck Craig and I feel sorry for all the fools who have drank the koolaid and sold bitcoins to buy these scam tokens and now need to imagine a fantasy land where they made a decent decision.

Fuck it.
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April 09, 2019, 12:56:26 AM

It's organic manipulation.

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April 09, 2019, 01:00:03 AM

I will no longer be discussing that scamcoin Bcash in this thread. This isn't the give Bcash undeserved limelight observation thread nor is it two desperate Bcash fanboys and wall observation users fight.

Fuck Bcash, fuck Ver, fuck Jihan, fuck Craig and I feel sorry for all the fools who have drank the koolaid and sold bitcoins to buy these scam tokens and now need to imagine a fantasy land where they made a decent decision.

Fuck it.

Pussssssssssayyyyy
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April 09, 2019, 01:07:33 AM

Damn not only didn't catch up on this thread but I fell behind another 5 pages.

Having shit to do in life gets in the way.Smiley

and getting distracted by threads like this

http://www.forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=31027&posts=116&start=1

and vids of rust removal doesn't help! Cheesy

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April 09, 2019, 01:22:00 AM

^That's a pretty sweet hack.  Any idea where I could find a bucket large enough to submerge my car?
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