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February 22, 2018, 07:09:52 PM
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Hello I have 0.8 BCH available at the moment and I’m selling for 800$. Contact me if you are interested in buy. Thanks

Why anybody buy from you while there over 200 markets available for this trade this kind of offer looking fishy. You should use your mind before posting this kind of shit.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin-cash/#markets
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February 22, 2018, 09:21:27 PM
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Tough you kinda have to wonder why it is that demand for Bitcoin transactions has dropped below a third-million a day. While lower fees are attractive, the fact that this is due to lack of demand seems worrisome.

Like always you cannot use tx count as a metric to judge usage

This is like using your car tachometer to judge it's speed


LOL isn't that exactly what Kore has been doing with Segwit? "it's a 3.5x blocksize increase", "it will solve all the scaling issues", etc.

And here they are, dead in the water. Fees dropped and the mempool cleared. Because everyone left!  And don't even get me started on Lightning. What a joke.

How is comparing tx numbers with percentages even remotely the same

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February 22, 2018, 09:22:29 PM
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btc price affects the whole crypto market, lets all hope that btc price is stable and bch and market also stable.

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February 22, 2018, 09:26:10 PM
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Hello I have 0.8 BCH available at the moment and I’m selling for 800$. Contact me if you are interested in buy. Thanks

Why anybody buy from you while there over 200 markets available for this trade this kind of offer looking fishy. You should use your mind before posting this kind of shit.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin-cash/#markets

Litecoin Cash looks way better than BeeCash :-D hodl LCC ===>

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February 22, 2018, 09:27:25 PM
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Tough you kinda have to wonder why it is that demand for Bitcoin transactions has dropped below a third-million a day. While lower fees are attractive, the fact that this is due to lack of demand seems worrisome.

Like always you cannot use tx count as a metric to judge usage

This is like using your car tachometer to judge it's speed


LOL isn't that exactly what Kore has been doing with Segwit? "it's a 3.5x blocksize increase", "it will solve all the scaling issues", etc.

And here they are, dead in the water. Fees dropped and the mempool cleared. Because everyone left!  And don't even get me started on Lightning. What a joke.

How is comparing tx numbers with percentages even remotely the same


Lol we are at 8 billion + volume BTC dominance is increasing. With those low fees and empty mempool Bcash is gonna die Cheesy Cheesy
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February 23, 2018, 04:07:01 AM
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What we have to be ready for is years for proper adoption. Problem is that everyone is using crypto as a pump and dump get rich scheme that won’t last. BCH is going for adoption, even if it takes years it’s ok. Ppl are gambling in crypto at the moment. When they don’t make money, they don’t make the hormone ‘dopamine’ and feel down... many don’t realise it’s become an addiction
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February 23, 2018, 06:32:40 PM
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Tough you kinda have to wonder why it is that demand for Bitcoin transactions has dropped below a third-million a day. While lower fees are attractive, the fact that this is due to lack of demand seems worrisome.

Like always you cannot use tx count as a metric to judge usage

This is like using your car tachometer to judge it's speed


LOL isn't that exactly what Kore has been doing with Segwit? "it's a 3.5x blocksize increase", "it will solve all the scaling issues", etc.

And here they are, dead in the water. Fees dropped and the mempool cleared. Because everyone left!  And don't even get me started on Lightning. What a joke.

How is comparing tx numbers with percentages even remotely the same


Lol we are at 8 billion + volume BTC dominance is increasing. With those low fees and empty mempool Bcash is gonna die Cheesy Cheesy

https://blog.coinbase.com/announcing-segwit-support-on-coinbase-4e51117857c7

Coinbase had now rolled out Segwit to a percentage of coinbase and gdax customers with 100% expected next week and also has  a dedicated developer to work on the lightning network

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February 23, 2018, 07:22:38 PM
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Tough you kinda have to wonder why it is that demand for Bitcoin transactions has dropped below a third-million a day. While lower fees are attractive, the fact that this is due to lack of demand seems worrisome.

Like always you cannot use tx count as a metric to judge usage

This is like using your car tachometer to judge it's speed


LOL isn't that exactly what Kore has been doing with Segwit? "it's a 3.5x blocksize increase", "it will solve all the scaling issues", etc.

And here they are, dead in the water. Fees dropped and the mempool cleared. Because everyone left!  And don't even get me started on Lightning. What a joke.

How is comparing tx numbers with percentages even remotely the same





Well it was your analogy, but if you still can't see it, I'll explain it for you.

Kore claimed that Segwit was a 3.5x capacity increase (tachometer shoots up 3500 rpms). Speed (and Tx capability) remained basically unchanged (possibly 1.1x increase), so the speedometer didn't move. Fees went through the roof (the engine overheated), and everybody fled the car fire. Greg Maxwell poured some "champaign" on it to no avail, then he left too.

Now the car is fine (low fees). Except it's a burnt-out shell that won't move.

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February 23, 2018, 08:12:28 PM
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Tough you kinda have to wonder why it is that demand for Bitcoin transactions has dropped below a third-million a day. While lower fees are attractive, the fact that this is due to lack of demand seems worrisome.

Like always you cannot use tx count as a metric to judge usage

This is like using your car tachometer to judge it's speed


LOL isn't that exactly what Kore has been doing with Segwit? "it's a 3.5x blocksize increase", "it will solve all the scaling issues", etc.

And here they are, dead in the water. Fees dropped and the mempool cleared. Because everyone left!  And don't even get me started on Lightning. What a joke.

How is comparing tx numbers with percentages even remotely the same





Well it was your analogy, but if you still can't see it, I'll explain it for you.

Kore claimed that Segwit was a 3.5x capacity increase (tachometer shoots up 3500 rpms). Speed (and Tx capability) remained basically unchanged (possibly 1.1x increase), so the speedometer didn't move. Fees went through the roof (the engine overheated), and everybody fled the car fire. Greg Maxwell poured some "champaign" on it to no avail, then he left too.

Now the car is fine (low fees). Except it's a burnt-out shell that won't move.



Segwit is still not widely adopted hence you are not seeing it's full benefits yet

With the rollout of 0.16.0 just around the corner as the final release has now been tagged this will help make the transition to segwit much easier for everyone as it it now default but even then you will not see it's full benefit until the rollout of bech32 addresses they are now a option on 0.16.0 but segwit wrapped in P2SH is the current default

So far Bitcoin has always just worked for me shame I cannot say the same for BCH I just reset my HW wallet the other day and the little bit of BCH that was in it was not as easy to move to a new address/seed with the neew cashaddress format I had to bounce it around a couple of times cos my wallet wouldn't accept it as a valid address

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February 24, 2018, 06:41:24 AM
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February 24, 2018, 02:26:07 PM
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This tweet make me wonder https://twitter.com/CobraBitcoin/status/963088730641911808 if BTC change PoW algorithm and let's say all miners switch to Bitcoin Cash would it handle well with same fee 1cent? I mean is BCH network ready for such situation?

It won't happen but if BTC did change it's PoW then no the current value could not support all the hashing power there is just not enough value there you will possibly find miners refusing to mine really low value transactions antpool and f2pool was doing that a bit back on BTC

f2pool even tweeted out that if you want them to mine your transaction then you need to pay a higher fee

A similar thing will most likely happen the miners may refuse any transaction below something like 10sat/B

You would probably find many miners quit and bitmain unable to sell new mining equipment

So never say never https://twitter.com/CobraBitcoin/status/967237696379813888. Sadly enough is it desperation signs Or another high level fud? But one thing for sure that cannot be called Bitcoin anymore.
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February 24, 2018, 02:51:36 PM
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This tweet make me wonder https://twitter.com/CobraBitcoin/status/963088730641911808 if BTC change PoW algorithm and let's say all miners switch to Bitcoin Cash would it handle well with same fee 1cent? I mean is BCH network ready for such situation?

It won't happen but if BTC did change it's PoW then no the current value could not support all the hashing power there is just not enough value there you will possibly find miners refusing to mine really low value transactions antpool and f2pool was doing that a bit back on BTC

f2pool even tweeted out that if you want them to mine your transaction then you need to pay a higher fee

A similar thing will most likely happen the miners may refuse any transaction below something like 10sat/B

You would probably find many miners quit and bitmain unable to sell new mining equipment

So never say never https://twitter.com/CobraBitcoin/status/967237696379813888. Sadly enough is it desperation signs Or another high level fud? But one thing for sure that cannot be called Bitcoin anymore.

If bitcoin was to change the PoW algorithm it would still be Bitcoin eventually it may have to happen as quantum computing starts to become a reality but this will probably be many many years away and likely not in our lifetime
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February 24, 2018, 04:05:03 PM
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This tweet make me wonder https://twitter.com/CobraBitcoin/status/963088730641911808 if BTC change PoW algorithm and let's say all miners switch to Bitcoin Cash would it handle well with same fee 1cent? I mean is BCH network ready for such situation?

It won't happen but if BTC did change it's PoW then no the current value could not support all the hashing power there is just not enough value there you will possibly find miners refusing to mine really low value transactions antpool and f2pool was doing that a bit back on BTC

f2pool even tweeted out that if you want them to mine your transaction then you need to pay a higher fee

A similar thing will most likely happen the miners may refuse any transaction below something like 10sat/B

You would probably find many miners quit and bitmain unable to sell new mining equipment

So never say never https://twitter.com/CobraBitcoin/status/967237696379813888. Sadly enough is it desperation signs Or another high level fud? But one thing for sure that cannot be called Bitcoin anymore.

If bitcoin was to change the PoW algorithm it would still be Bitcoin eventually it may have to happen as quantum computing starts to become a reality but this will probably be many many years away and likely not in our lifetime

Isnt bitcoin at the moment is power of work? Bitcoin and bitcoin cash are all power of work right?
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February 24, 2018, 04:08:25 PM
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Tough you kinda have to wonder why it is that demand for Bitcoin transactions has dropped below a third-million a day. While lower fees are attractive, the fact that this is due to lack of demand seems worrisome.

Like always you cannot use tx count as a metric to judge usage

This is like using your car tachometer to judge it's speed


LOL isn't that exactly what Kore has been doing with Segwit? "it's a 3.5x blocksize increase", "it will solve all the scaling issues", etc.

And here they are, dead in the water. Fees dropped and the mempool cleared. Because everyone left!  And don't even get me started on Lightning. What a joke.

How is comparing tx numbers with percentages even remotely the same


Lol we are at 8 billion + volume BTC dominance is increasing. With those low fees and empty mempool Bcash is gonna die Cheesy Cheesy

https://blog.coinbase.com/announcing-segwit-support-on-coinbase-4e51117857c7

Coinbase had now rolled out Segwit to a percentage of coinbase and gdax customers with 100% expected next week and also has  a dedicated developer to work on the lightning network



How can we tell if we using Segwit on coinbase or not? I mean coinbase just assign us a bitcoin address to deposit? Will segwit be much faster and as safe, without losing coins and stuff?
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February 24, 2018, 04:10:40 PM
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Tough you kinda have to wonder why it is that demand for Bitcoin transactions has dropped below a third-million a day. While lower fees are attractive, the fact that this is due to lack of demand seems worrisome.

Like always you cannot use tx count as a metric to judge usage

This is like using your car tachometer to judge it's speed


LOL isn't that exactly what Kore has been doing with Segwit? "it's a 3.5x blocksize increase", "it will solve all the scaling issues", etc.

And here they are, dead in the water. Fees dropped and the mempool cleared. Because everyone left!  And don't even get me started on Lightning. What a joke.

How is comparing tx numbers with percentages even remotely the same


Lol we are at 8 billion + volume BTC dominance is increasing. With those low fees and empty mempool Bcash is gonna die Cheesy Cheesy

https://blog.coinbase.com/announcing-segwit-support-on-coinbase-4e51117857c7

Coinbase had now rolled out Segwit to a percentage of coinbase and gdax customers with 100% expected next week and also has  a dedicated developer to work on the lightning network



who is the developer working on lightning network? how realistic and effective is it? some claims losing money, others says useless, and some others says can scale bitcoin to millions tps with privacy channel? much appreciated!
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February 24, 2018, 04:15:03 PM
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It is hard to know for sure how many of the transactions before were legitimate, and how many of them were part of the distributed purposeful bloat of the network. It is too early to just dismiss it as "everyone left, popularity is on steady down motion".
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February 24, 2018, 04:17:01 PM
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At the moment the best fork of a cue ball and I think that it is worthy attention and it would be worth it to fill up the portfolio. In the long term can actually make the pump.

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February 24, 2018, 04:24:56 PM
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Tough you kinda have to wonder why it is that demand for Bitcoin transactions has dropped below a third-million a day. While lower fees are attractive, the fact that this is due to lack of demand seems worrisome.

Like always you cannot use tx count as a metric to judge usage

This is like using your car tachometer to judge it's speed


LOL isn't that exactly what Kore has been doing with Segwit? "it's a 3.5x blocksize increase", "it will solve all the scaling issues", etc.

And here they are, dead in the water. Fees dropped and the mempool cleared. Because everyone left!  And don't even get me started on Lightning. What a joke.

How is comparing tx numbers with percentages even remotely the same


Lol we are at 8 billion + volume BTC dominance is increasing. With those low fees and empty mempool Bcash is gonna die Cheesy Cheesy

https://blog.coinbase.com/announcing-segwit-support-on-coinbase-4e51117857c7

Coinbase had now rolled out Segwit to a percentage of coinbase and gdax customers with 100% expected next week and also has  a dedicated developer to work on the lightning network



who is the developer working on lightning network? how realistic and effective is it? some claims losing money, others says useless, and some others says can scale bitcoin to millions tps with privacy channel? much appreciated!
Ask coinbase .they will be 100% lightening very soon. bye bye bcash

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February 24, 2018, 04:30:54 PM
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This tweet make me wonder https://twitter.com/CobraBitcoin/status/963088730641911808 if BTC change PoW algorithm and let's say all miners switch to Bitcoin Cash would it handle well with same fee 1cent? I mean is BCH network ready for such situation?

It won't happen but if BTC did change it's PoW then no the current value could not support all the hashing power there is just not enough value there you will possibly find miners refusing to mine really low value transactions antpool and f2pool was doing that a bit back on BTC

f2pool even tweeted out that if you want them to mine your transaction then you need to pay a higher fee

A similar thing will most likely happen the miners may refuse any transaction below something like 10sat/B

You would probably find many miners quit and bitmain unable to sell new mining equipment

So never say never https://twitter.com/CobraBitcoin/status/967237696379813888. Sadly enough is it desperation signs Or another high level fud? But one thing for sure that cannot be called Bitcoin anymore.

If bitcoin was to change the PoW algorithm it would still be Bitcoin eventually it may have to happen as quantum computing starts to become a reality but this will probably be many many years away and likely not in our lifetime

Isnt bitcoin at the moment is power of work? Bitcoin and bitcoin cash are all power of work right?

Its called proof of work not power of work and yes both are proof of work
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February 24, 2018, 04:33:15 PM
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Tough you kinda have to wonder why it is that demand for Bitcoin transactions has dropped below a third-million a day. While lower fees are attractive, the fact that this is due to lack of demand seems worrisome.

Like always you cannot use tx count as a metric to judge usage

This is like using your car tachometer to judge it's speed


LOL isn't that exactly what Kore has been doing with Segwit? "it's a 3.5x blocksize increase", "it will solve all the scaling issues", etc.

And here they are, dead in the water. Fees dropped and the mempool cleared. Because everyone left!  And don't even get me started on Lightning. What a joke.

How is comparing tx numbers with percentages even remotely the same


Lol we are at 8 billion + volume BTC dominance is increasing. With those low fees and empty mempool Bcash is gonna die Cheesy Cheesy

https://blog.coinbase.com/announcing-segwit-support-on-coinbase-4e51117857c7

Coinbase had now rolled out Segwit to a percentage of coinbase and gdax customers with 100% expected next week and also has  a dedicated developer to work on the lightning network



How can we tell if we using Segwit on coinbase or not? I mean coinbase just assign us a bitcoin address to deposit? Will segwit be much faster and as safe, without losing coins and stuff?

If your address starts with a 1 then its legacy and if it starts with a 3 then its segwit and segwit is just as safe
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