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February 27, 2017, 08:56:14 PM
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Block 5035

The block in which there is based very much information based on the bias I created making many cryptocurrencies quite spectacular with the fraud idea and many of them left the markets just in few weeks after my block 5035 disovery on many of these currencies.

Since I don't believe that Bitcoin is a legal and underlying real currency that should emerge into the knowing rightfulness.

The first thing I would like to pertrain on is the fee you gotta pay each time you transfer Bitcoins.

Each time a person owns a blockchain he can confirm that in his own blockchain is what he wants or not. Depending on how many people actually have downloaded the full blockchain and really can confirm it by them self.

But the thing is a fee of 0.00112 BTC on a transfer of 0.15 BTC is a small fee. But it will anyway be confirmed by 10000 miners in a short time But these miners just work on solving just frames of the block.

AND NOT ALSO SOLVING THE TRANSFER REGISTER and earning the millions of fees by them self, do they? confirmations comes straight to system by millions.

Ok. Here is another clue, you got block 5035. In mostly all cryptocurrencies there is the SAME identity to it all. Like if someone programmed the transfer protocol of chains and addresses derivated especially around block 5035.

Just take in consider these blocks while you check mostly all cryptocurrencies from block 5035's transfers:

728, 1056, 1296, 1454, 1945. 2277, 3645, 4540, 4926 and 5807

If these blocks occur as identity to block 5035 on mostly most cryptocurrencies. I would say we have all time fraud business in the world. And someone is having a load of fun on a rich island.

"I already checked it, now it's your turn, have fun!"

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February 27, 2017, 09:48:31 PM
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i'm a noob and the first 4 lines mis-used 4 terms that even i see as malformed.   can you re-state what you said?
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