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Core dev leaves me neg feedback #abuse #political


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May 12, 2017, 02:56:42 AM
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yep... pools not picking a side are almost as bad as the devs.  wankers is appropriate  Cheesy

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May 12, 2017, 03:12:48 AM
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actually it is both, and right now with 156,000 transactions in mempool, they are mostly spam attack.
obviously the number of users has grown a lot in the past few years and the past month's price rise and things like Japan has brought a lot more on board.

but you can not deny existence of things like these:
https://blockchain.info/tx/1148de03991e0bf17e2846e7eb9373f7ae280ca07349f637052a6874c5b2eb5c?show_adv=true
https://blockchain.info/address/3QQB6AWxaga6wTs6Xwq8FYppgrGinGu15f
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and the way mempool size grows are sometimes comical!

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