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March 15, 2017, 04:22:05 PM
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http://web.archive.org/web/20170314164356/https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/5z7wzj/ways_to_enhance_postfork_withering_of_core_chain/dewynk0/?context=3

"Post-fork withering of core chain" = Destroying bitcoin so the BTUcoin can survive and people are forced to accept it as a replacement. Except we won't, as the ongoing migration to Dash, ether, etc. shows.

You are not making friends or persuading people with these antics, Bitcoin Unlimited partisans.

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March 15, 2017, 04:25:14 PM
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Economic majority need to act, Andresen has gone full retard.


They won't stop. Playing nice is over, and should have finished long ago.

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March 15, 2017, 04:27:46 PM
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LOL, so let me get this straight.

BU devs announce bug in BU.

Kore devs see it before it's hotfixed, PURPOSEFULLY exploit it in an  a blatant attack against BU.

r/bitcoin goes berserk, deletes any comments defending BU in their ongoing campaign of censorship & deceit.

Now Kore is going full retard in their continued desperation attacks against BU.

All dissenting opinions are silenced.

Man, you shameless people really are desperate.

I'm not surprised, we all know it was BlockstreamKore that spent hundreds of thousands of $$$ DDoS'ing XT / Classic / BU nodes in the first place.
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March 15, 2017, 04:32:03 PM
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LOL, so let me get this straight.

BU devs announce bug in BU.

Kore devs see it before it's hotfixed, PURPOSEFULLY exploit it in an  a blatant attack against BU.

r/bitcoin goes berserk, deletes any comments defending BU in their ongoing campaign of censorship & deceit.

Now Kore is going full retard in their continued desperation attacks against BU.

All dissenting opinions are silenced.

Man, you shameless people really are desperate.

I'm not surprised, we all know it was BlockstreamKore that spent hundreds of thousands of $$$ DDoS'ing XT / Classic / BU nodes in the first place.

Except I'm not a core supporter except in the sense that I am most definitely not a BU supporter.

Go ahead and activate. I'm beginning to think the only way to end this is by goading BU into locking in a majority of miners, activating, and then getting annihilated by the economic majority as we sell their fork to zero and the humiliated surviving miners defect back to the Core blockchain.

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March 15, 2017, 04:34:15 PM
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Economic majority?

LOL

You people really do live in la-la land.

The "economic majority" want to use Bitcoin with low fees as an electronic peer 2 peer cash payments system.

Core has ruined these features, making Paypal or Visa or Mastercard better options for many people.

How many businesses have been forced to remove Bitcoin as a payment method? Too many.
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March 15, 2017, 04:35:03 PM
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Economic majority?

LOL

You people really do live in la-la land.

The "economic majority" want to use Bitcoin with low fees as an electronic peer 2 peer cash payments system.

Core has ruined these features, making Paypal or Visa or Mastercard better options for many people.

How many businesses have been forced to remove Bitcoin as a payment method? Too many.

Then go ahead and activate, since you are so convinced. We'll find out who is living in la-la land.

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March 15, 2017, 04:36:31 PM
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right now i'm holding and expecting BU to win... If core retains control and activates segwit, i'll sell most of my coins.

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March 15, 2017, 04:37:16 PM
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BU will activate once hashrate is >70%. It will happen eventually. Then you can kiss your Banker-stream Settlement Coin goodbye, your campaign of censorship was for nothing.

And if it never happens, then DASH or Monero or ETH will end up commanding the majority of the Crypto industry marketshare.

Either way it's lose lose for you morons.
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March 15, 2017, 04:37:38 PM
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Who would have guessed? CIA sponsored Gavin Andresen plotting to get bitcoin XT, bitcoin classic and now bitcoin unlimited at all costs, even if it means destroying the whole project, which is what I suspect is the end goal.
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March 15, 2017, 04:39:18 PM
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"It would be even more destructive to mine an eleven-block-long empty chain, then wait until the slow chain gets 9 blocks until announcing it to the network."

How much hash power do you need to mine 11 blocks before the rest of the network mines 9?
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March 15, 2017, 05:34:28 PM
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Who would have guessed? CIA sponsored Gavin Andresen plotting to get bitcoin XT, bitcoin classic and now bitcoin unlimited at all costs, even if it means destroying the whole project, which is what I suspect is the end goal.

Well this could have been an inside job brought in by the CIA, the user "Satoshi Nakamoto" had found the Currency blueprints or something and brought the information to the public net before the real thing actually happened by the CIA. This is only a speculative point of course so we could only see how this will unravel within the years.
Last I checked, the CIA was pretty hard to contact unless you knew somebody that was in that Business. Gavin Andresen decides that he will speak to the CIA and just does it like nothing doesn't seem right at all. So this could very well be an inside job, Bitcoin will eventually end. No one really knows when though.


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March 15, 2017, 05:37:11 PM
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right now i'm holding and expecting BU to win... If core retains control and activates segwit, i'll sell most of my coins.

One word describes support of BTU...LUNACY

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March 15, 2017, 05:43:55 PM
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Then go ahead and activate, since you are so convinced. We'll find out who is living in la-la land.

lol
not verbatim but generalising the silly mindset

blockstreamer: "everyone be afraid, non core will split
community: "nah they wont, they as a community want consensus of everyone playing on an even playing field"
blockstreamer: "you wont get consensus, so you should split and see what happens"

lol
create fear of a non planned event that wont happen. then demand it happen.... lol

so lame

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March 15, 2017, 06:09:02 PM
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I'm not trying to address anybody here directly, but there seems to be a divide among those who hold bitcoin (as means to store value) and those who use bitcoin (as a medium of exchange).  The transaction costs hurt those who use bitcoin....the price per coin isn't as important to them as the price per transaction.  If those who are holding get upset with the direction the community pursues and dumps their coin (which would probably be their best move), then the platform may stabilize and become more utilitarian.  Am I right?  Is that the divide?  Gavin == "medium of exchange guy," and Otherside == "means of storing value guy?"
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March 15, 2017, 06:20:14 PM
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I'm not trying to address anybody here directly, but there seems to be a divide among those who hold bitcoin (as means to store value) and those who use bitcoin (as a medium of exchange).  The transaction costs hurt those who use bitcoin....the price per coin isn't as important to them as the price per transaction.  If those who are holding get upset with the direction the community pursues and dumps their coin (which would probably be their best move), then the platform may stabilize and become more utilitarian.  Am I right?  Is that the divide?  Gavin == "medium of exchange guy," and Otherside == "means of storing value guy?"

The problem is that it shouldn't have been a problem in the first place. Bitcoin can easily be used both for transactions and for storing value. All they had to do was remove the artificial blocksize limit. Instead it has been weaponized and turned against Bitcoin by the present team of bought-off developers.
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March 15, 2017, 06:24:17 PM
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I'm not trying to address anybody here directly, but there seems to be a divide among those who hold bitcoin (as means to store value) and those who use bitcoin (as a medium of exchange).  The transaction costs hurt those who use bitcoin....the price per coin isn't as important to them as the price per transaction.  If those who are holding get upset with the direction the community pursues and dumps their coin (which would probably be their best move), then the platform may stabilize and become more utilitarian.  Am I right?  Is that the divide?  Gavin == "medium of exchange guy," and Otherside == "means of storing value guy?"

The problem is that it shouldn't have been a problem in the first place. Bitcoin can easily be used both for transactions and for storing value. All they had to do was remove the artificial blocksize limit. Instead it has been weaponized and turned against Bitcoin by the present team of bought-off developers.

I agree man... its like there's this false dichotomy and this myth that bitcoin can't be both instead of just scaling it overtime naturally.  what's up with that?  When does this myth start?

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March 15, 2017, 06:28:32 PM
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When does this myth start?

though increasing blocksize has been in conversations as far back as 2010..

after 2014 [blockstream setupshop] things started heating up with the myths of
"gigabytes by midnight" <-illogical myth. it wont get to that so soon. relax think growth over years-decades
"billion users by midnight" <-illogical myth it wont get to that so soon. relax think growth over years-decades
"tech cant advance by midnight" <-illogical. relax think growth over years-decades

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March 15, 2017, 06:51:20 PM
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jonald_fyookball, franky1, Hyena, how much does Roger and Julian pay you guys to support their shitcoin attempt BTU?

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March 15, 2017, 07:00:42 PM
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jonald_fyookball, franky1, Hyena, how much does Roger and Julian pay you guys to support their shitcoin attempt BTU?

sadly, i can't think of a witty way to tell you that i'm not being paid.

hint: calling it "BTU" instead of "BU" to make it look like an altcoin won't help you win.

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March 15, 2017, 07:20:28 PM
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jonald_fyookball, franky1, Hyena, how much does Roger and Julian pay you guys to support their shitcoin attempt BTU?

sorry to tell you but im an advocate for:
dynamic diverse nodes using consensus without any dev-kings.
and not any particular 'brand name' of implementation

this is why all the REKT campaigns couldnt categorise and get me with their 2015 'xt shill' 2016 'classic shill' and 2017 'BU shill'

if core (cough not cough) independent devs got rid of the blockstreams oversight and management and censorship you would see totally different debates going on in the community.

but hey if anyone hates blockstreams agenda then blockstream just throw them in the current non-core brand to be rekt category.

kind of boring really,
well not as boring as the same scripts the blockstream defenders keep spewing out since 2014 of how bitcoin needs to centralise, but then needs everyone else to f*rk off so they can command bitcoin.. while playing the victim card of "they f*rked off* while simultaneously begging non-core implementations to "f*ork off"

also boring but stupid how ignorant blockstream defenders are.. (not sure if actual stupidly or actual informed/intentional script plans willingfully spread)
blockstream gave only pools the vote intentionally.
blockstream defenders - "spew out nonsense hating miners voting and non-core nodes being on the network"


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