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August 04, 2017, 06:59:06 PM
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Why are you here then? Trolling only?
I am here to prevent the cancerous, paid shills to mislead newbies and newcommers with fake information (and gather more, real, Bitcoin of course Cheesy, among other things). More specifically, to prevent the spread of the scams such as XT, Classic, BU, ABC, BCash, w/e. If you do not support the real Bitcoin, why are you here then?

I m here to confront you and the new bees with constructive critical thinking, way better than your blind sunglass shills for SplitWait.

So go ahead and teach us and the newbees how consensus works and how miners get into the boat?

 And why core failed here so dramatically and has led miners to collude?

How is NYA ?

Why was it needed?

What / who will breake it?

Still want change PoW?

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August 04, 2017, 08:18:22 PM
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Do I have to remind you why they kept using BU and went with "EC" instead and then another rename to ABC?

Probably. I mean, seeing as BitcoinABC is a completely separate project, and does not implement EC. Accordingly, I have no idea what you are talking about. Frankly, I question whether you know what you are talking about.

Stalling Segwit for random, non technical reasons, is not rational.

If the Bitcoin Cash movement were 'stalling segwit for random nontechnical reasons', you might have a point. However, the Bitcoin Cash movement merely have chosen a different route forward than the so-called 'core scaling roadmap'. For solid reasons. Some technical and some nontechnical. If you can't accept that there are considerations important to Bitcoin other then technical -- economic reasons would be an obvious example -- then you don't understand the gift that Satoshi has given to humanity. this is a myopia you seem to share with many in the cripplecoin community.

Anyone with a campaign ad in their signature -- for an organization with which they are not otherwise affiliated -- is automatically deducted credibility points.

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August 04, 2017, 09:09:42 PM
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Do I have to remind you why they kept using BU and went with "EC" instead and then another rename to ABC?

Probably. I mean, seeing as BitcoinABC is a completely separate project, and does not implement EC. Accordingly, I have no idea what you are talking about. Frankly, I question whether you know what you are talking about.

Stalling Segwit for random, non technical reasons, is not rational.

If the Bitcoin Cash movement were 'stalling segwit for random nontechnical reasons', you might have a point. However, the Bitcoin Cash movement merely have chosen a different route forward than the so-called 'core scaling roadmap'. For solid reasons. Some technical and some nontechnical. If you can't accept that there are considerations important to Bitcoin other then technical -- economic reasons would be an obvious example -- then you don't understand the gift that Satoshi has given to humanity. this is a myopia you seem to share with many in the cripplecoin community.

He's a little slow between the ears, he's always been that way.

It looks like Segwit might be the real "joke" around here.

I feel like a huge weight was lifted from my shoulders when the BCC project launched successfully.

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August 04, 2017, 10:03:12 PM
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Why are you here then? Trolling only?
I am here to prevent the cancerous, paid shills to mislead newbies and newcommers with fake information (and gather more, real, Bitcoin of course Cheesy, among other things). More specifically, to prevent the spread of the scams such as XT, Classic, BU, ABC, BCash, w/e. If you do not support the real Bitcoin, why are you here then?

^ im laughing

he pretends to prevent cancer, as if he is a knight in shining armour.. yet supports the group that is growing cancer cells from within..

secondly apart from reading reddit scripts he has no idea what the truth is. he cant even understand the basics such as consensus.
the only statement that is accurate is he is here to gather more bitcoin (by scamming people into handing over their wallet.dats so he can grab a cut of peoples funds just to give them back their funds when peoples bitcoin-core clients crash. and yes he wont report the issue/error because he doesnt want to admit that core does have issues. purely so he can milk people of their funds when core crashes

message to lauda.
how about go to your altcoin/services topic and spam your sig campaigns there. if you want to be involved in bitcoin. atleast learn what bitcoin is. if you think bitcoin belongs only to core and that they are the only party you want deciding the future.. you have failed the fundamental basics

lessons to learn before summer 2018
1. consensus
2. diversity
3. decentralisation
4. c++

please learn those 4 things, because everyone can agree they will help you understand bitcoin

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