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May 09, 2017, 05:49:14 PM
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Bitcoin's Fatal Flaw was not created by Satoshi.

Bitcoin's Fatal Flaw is.........


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Thousands of great people helped Bitcoin get this far, can we overcome the "Bitcoin Civil War" and restore some level of courtesy and respect to this community?
How exactly do we start?
Even in the event that an attacker gains more than 50% of the network's computational power, only transactions sent by the attacker could be reversed or double-spent. The network would not be destroyed.
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May 09, 2017, 06:29:07 PM
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The main point of bitcoin is to rely on human interaction as little as possible. Bitcoin is showing that it's really solid, no one can turn it to be the way they want. If there is no consensus, then bitcoin is staying as it is. Nobody gets to get segwit, and nobody gets to get BUcoin. This is a positive and a negative at the same time.

While this gets solved, if ever, pick up some cheap litecoin before it goes to the moon and back.

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May 11, 2017, 05:35:06 PM
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Bitcoin is showing that it's really solid...
The network is strong, but the Human Layer needs to be rebuilt.
If this was a troll thread, for example, trying to start a fight, then there probably would be at least 30 or 40 replies by now.

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(How) can we overcome the "Bitcoin Civil War" and restore some level of courtesy and respect to this community?

...and the answer is?
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May 11, 2017, 05:44:19 PM
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Bitcoin is showing that it's really solid...
The network is strong, but the Human Layer needs to be rebuilt.
If this was a troll thread, for example, trying to start a fight, then there probably would be at least 30 or 40 replies by now.

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(How) can we overcome the "Bitcoin Civil War" and restore some level of courtesy and respect to this community?

...and the answer is?

I think there is no answer, the network is strong but uncompromising. The question is not how but whether decentralized decision making can really work, even with economic incentives, or perhaps should I say despite economic incentives.
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May 11, 2017, 06:02:06 PM
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Bitcoin is showing that it's really solid...
The network is strong, but the Human Layer needs to be rebuilt.
If this was a troll thread, for example, trying to start a fight, then there probably would be at least 30 or 40 replies by now.

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(How) can we overcome the "Bitcoin Civil War" and restore some level of courtesy and respect to this community?

...and the answer is?

I think there is no answer, the network is strong but uncompromising. The question is not how but whether decentralized decision making can really work, even with economic incentives, or perhaps should I say despite economic incentives.

You're too intelligent to be hanging out on this forum. You might want to find a new place to go. LOL

You're right, decentralized decision making can't really work. When decisions are made it's usually because one guy has a plan and no one else fights it so it happens because that one guy just does everything to implement it alone. Or, it takes so long to implement that by the time it actually happens no one cares anymore.

The central leadership concept is tried and true, it's been tested for thousands of years and it works. Democratic governments that are supposedly controlled by the people need central leadership. Someone needs to be at the top of corporations to make decisions or nothing happens. Militaries need generals or troops just march around shooting each other without a final goal. Football teams need a coach or it's just a bunch of guys running around watching the other team win the game.

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October 30, 2017, 07:49:46 AM
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Bitcoin is showing that it's really solid...
The network is strong, but the Human Layer needs to be rebuilt.
If this was a troll thread, for example, trying to start a fight, then there probably would be at least 30 or 40 replies by now.

Quote
(How) can we overcome the "Bitcoin Civil War" and restore some level of courtesy and respect to this community?

...and the answer is?

I think there is no answer, the network is strong but uncompromising. The question is not how but whether decentralized decision making can really work, even with economic incentives, or perhaps should I say despite economic incentives.

You're too intelligent to be hanging out on this forum. You might want to find a new place to go. LOL

You're right, decentralized decision making can't really work. When decisions are made it's usually because one guy has a plan and no one else fights it so it happens because that one guy just does everything to implement it alone. Or, it takes so long to implement that by the time it actually happens no one cares anymore.

The central leadership concept is tried and true, it's been tested for thousands of years and it works. Democratic governments that are supposedly controlled by the people need central leadership. Someone needs to be at the top of corporations to make decisions or nothing happens. Militaries need generals or troops just march around shooting each other without a final goal. Football teams need a coach or it's just a bunch of guys running around watching the other team win the game.

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