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May 06, 2018, 01:10:38 AM
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It is interesting to observe quite recently the big growth and big activity in this coin. Can anyone tell what exactly is growth?  And generally interested in approximate target price for 1 coin for the next month?
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May 06, 2018, 01:12:33 AM
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chew through those buy orders cuz there's nothing stopping it on the other side.
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May 06, 2018, 01:38:02 AM
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is a roger ver a scammer? I heard of a lawsuit against him but I trust him and his team. what do you think?

I honestly feel Roger Ver feels Bitcoin Cash is the legitimate fork and more closely follows the original white paper. I don't think someone can be considered a scammer if they honestly believe what they are touting. After all, I do not think most Jehovah witnesses are "scammers.' They truly believe they are the legitimate Christian church and that the rest of the church went apostate when they declared that the Arian view was wrong.

Furthermore, I think the lawsuit is bullshit. I think people honestly feel "noobs" are dumber than they think. And who cares if they bought BCH thinking it was BTC. If they discover their error in time, they can convert their BCH to BTC on a multitude of exchanges and any losses that they incur would be minimal. Shoot, in the past couple of days, the "error" would have actually made them come out ahead. Only snag would be if they ended up sending BCH to a BTC address in error.
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May 06, 2018, 01:44:06 AM
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is a roger ver a scammer? I heard of a lawsuit against him but I trust him and his team. what do you think?

I honestly feel Roger Ver feels Bitcoin Cash is the legitimate fork and more closely follows the original white paper. I don't think someone can be considered a scammer if they honestly believe what they are touting. After all, I do not think most Jehovah witnesses are "scammers.' They truly believe they are the legitimate Christian church and that the rest of the church went apostate when they declared that the Arian view was wrong.
I honestly feel Roger Ver feels Bitcoin Cash is the legitimate fork and more closely follows the original white paper. ...
wow
Mr B, well said....respect.  Wink Tongue

Where have you been?, (also classicsuks, hope he is all good)
not saw you for so long...last time i think was when i asked you to say we going over $6k,lol
you didnt, so we stopped at $5k lol...
Are you up for it now m8?
Is your body ready to go over $6k -1 BCH

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May 06, 2018, 01:45:58 AM
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Nice rise on respectable volume. If tomorrow is another gain like today (well, it could be), we retake #3 from Ripple. As if XRP is even a legitimate cryptocurrency.  Grin

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May 06, 2018, 01:51:55 AM
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It is interesting to observe quite recently the big growth and big activity in this coin. Can anyone tell what exactly is growth?  And generally interested in approximate target price for 1 coin for the next month?

I'm a dunce so anyone listening to me is taking advice from a self proclaimed noob.

On May 15th, BCH will once again increase the size of a block from the current 8MB to 32 MB. The current Bitcoin core team has limited the blocksize and overall functionality of the original BTC model and therefore is less efficient than the August 1 2017 hard fork that BCH represents.

The Crypto community sees the inefficiencies in the code that has been co-opted by a team of open sourced marauders, who claim Bitcoin as their own and have dubbed it Bitcoin Core.

BCH is as close to the original idea of Bitcoin as was originally intended and BTC has become something different entirely.

Nakamoto Satoshi (if that was ever his real name, he's probably some white guy from Germany) should step into the light and endorse all crypto as viable, but he remains in the shadows in his ivory tower laughing at us all, since he has long since cashed out all of his pre-mine into the fiat currency that his coin was about challenging in the 1st place.

Anyway you slice it, BCH has altruistic intentions. BTC is also a viable currency, since it was the 1st and branded the best, but I believe that if they don't change, they will be surpassed by other so called "altcoins"

My 1st sentence in this post is well served and the following is what I have gleaned from my time in crypto.
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May 06, 2018, 01:57:09 AM
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 Bitcoin Cash can it be bigger than bitcoin.?

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May 06, 2018, 01:58:56 AM
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It is interesting to observe quite recently the big growth and big activity in this coin. Can anyone tell what exactly is growth?  And generally interested in approximate target price for 1 coin for the next month?

I'm a dunce so anyone listening to me is taking advice from a self proclaimed noob.

On May 15th, BCH will once again increase the size of a block from the current 8MB to 32 MB. The current Bitcoin core team has limited the blocksize and overall functionality of the original BTC model and therefore is less efficient than the August 1 2017 hard fork that BCH represents.

The Crypto community sees the inefficiencies in the code that has been co-opted by a team of open sourced marauders, who claim Bitcoin as their own and have dubbed it Bitcoin Core.

BCH is as close to the original idea of Bitcoin as was originally intended and BTC has become something different entirely.

Nakamoto Satoshi (if that was ever his real name, he's probably some white guy from Germany) should step into the light and endorse all crypto as viable, but he remains in the shadows in his ivory tower laughing at us all, since he has long since cashed out all of his pre-mine into the fiat currency that his coin was about challenging in the 1st place.

Anyway you slice it, BCH has altruistic intentions. BTC is also a viable currency, since it was the 1st and branded the best, but I believe that if they don't change, they will be surpassed by other so called "altcoins"

My 1st sentence in this post is well served and the following is what I have gleaned from my time in crypto.
When i began reading this post, i thought, smart guy, he is not a dunce.....
then i got to this bit near the end...Anyway you slice it, BCH has altruistic intentions. BTC is also a viable currency, since it was the 1st and branded the best, but I believe that if they don't change, they will be surpassed by other so called "altcoins"
lol
then changed my mind and i agreed with your opening sentence  Cheesy
Welcome m8  Smiley

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May 06, 2018, 02:07:29 AM
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is a roger ver a scammer? I heard of a lawsuit against him but I trust him and his team. what do you think?

I honestly feel Roger Ver feels Bitcoin Cash is the legitimate fork and more closely follows the original white paper. I don't think someone can be considered a scammer if they honestly believe what they are touting. After all, I do not think most Jehovah witnesses are "scammers.' They truly believe they are the legitimate Christian church and that the rest of the church went apostate when they declared that the Arian view was wrong.
I honestly feel Roger Ver feels Bitcoin Cash is the legitimate fork and more closely follows the original white paper. ...
wow
Mr B, well said....respect.  Wink Tongue

Where have you been?, (also classicsuks, hope he is all good)
not saw you for so long...last time i think was when i asked you to say we going over $6k,lol
you didnt, so we stopped at $5k lol...
Are you up for it now m8?
Is your body ready to go over $6k -1 BCH

I went on tinkering with other things in the cryptocurrency world. In November I bought a new desktop with a Nvidia 1070 GPU to mine some shitcoins. Unfortunately, Bitmain and other companies have been pumping out ASICS left and right. So, I suspect my little hobby mining project will be coming to an end shortly. However, I keep an eye out on what Craig Wright has been tweeting. I must admit, it seems that BCH may actually have some good developments coming on down the pipe.
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May 06, 2018, 02:10:52 AM
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It is interesting to observe quite recently the big growth and big activity in this coin. Can anyone tell what exactly is growth?  And generally interested in approximate target price for 1 coin for the next month?

I'm a dunce so anyone listening to me is taking advice from a self proclaimed noob.

On May 15th, BCH will once again increase the size of a block from the current 8MB to 32 MB. The current Bitcoin core team has limited the blocksize and overall functionality of the original BTC model and therefore is less efficient than the August 1 2017 hard fork that BCH represents.

The Crypto community sees the inefficiencies in the code that has been co-opted by a team of open sourced marauders, who claim Bitcoin as their own and have dubbed it Bitcoin Core.

BCH is as close to the original idea of Bitcoin as was originally intended and BTC has become something different entirely.

Nakamoto Satoshi (if that was ever his real name, he's probably some white guy from Germany) should step into the light and endorse all crypto as viable, but he remains in the shadows in his ivory tower laughing at us all, since he has long since cashed out all of his pre-mine into the fiat currency that his coin was about challenging in the 1st place.

Anyway you slice it, BCH has altruistic intentions. BTC is also a viable currency, since it was the 1st and branded the best, but I believe that if they don't change, they will be surpassed by other so called "altcoins"

My 1st sentence in this post is well served and the following is what I have gleaned from my time in crypto.
When i began reading this post, i thought, smart guy, he is not a dunce.....
then i got to this bit near the end...Anyway you slice it, BCH has altruistic intentions. BTC is also a viable currency, since it was the 1st and branded the best, but I believe that if they don't change, they will be surpassed by other so called "altcoins"
lol
then changed my mind and i agreed with your opening sentence  Cheesy
Welcome m8  Smiley
I told you twice I'm a noob Smiley Whether you call BCH an altcoin or not is irrelevant as we see what it's doing on the exchanges presently. There are twice  as many hashes going to BCH at present as there are to Bitcoin core and that's all I need to know.
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May 06, 2018, 02:15:51 AM
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This is a coin that features prominently.
  I have evaluated your potential huge and you are one of the coin I invested at this time.
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May 06, 2018, 02:26:06 AM
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is a roger ver a scammer? I heard of a lawsuit against him but I trust him and his team. what do you think?

I honestly feel Roger Ver feels Bitcoin Cash is the legitimate fork and more closely follows the original white paper. I don't think someone can be considered a scammer if they honestly believe what they are touting. After all, I do not think most Jehovah witnesses are "scammers.' They truly believe they are the legitimate Christian church and that the rest of the church went apostate when they declared that the Arian view was wrong.
I honestly feel Roger Ver feels Bitcoin Cash is the legitimate fork and more closely follows the original white paper. ...
wow
Mr B, well said....respect.  Wink Tongue

Where have you been?, (also classicsuks, hope he is all good)
not saw you for so long...last time i think was when i asked you to say we going over $6k,lol
you didnt, so we stopped at $5k lol...
Are you up for it now m8?
Is your body ready to go over $6k -1 BCH

I went on tinkering with other things in the cryptocurrency world. In November I bought a new desktop with a Nvidia 1070 GPU to mine some shitcoins. Unfortunately, Bitmain and other companies have been pumping out ASICS left and right. So, I suspect my little hobby mining project will be coming to an end shortly. However, I keep an eye out on what Craig Wright has been tweeting. I must admit, it seems that BCH may actually have some good developments coming on down the pipe.

good to have you back! 

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May 06, 2018, 02:27:17 AM
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It is interesting to observe quite recently the big growth and big activity in this coin. Can anyone tell what exactly is growth?  And generally interested in approximate target price for 1 coin for the next month?

I'm a dunce so anyone listening to me is taking advice from a self proclaimed noob.

On May 15th, BCH will once again increase the size of a block from the current 8MB to 32 MB. The current Bitcoin core team has limited the blocksize and overall functionality of the original BTC model and therefore is less efficient than the August 1 2017 hard fork that BCH represents.

The Crypto community sees the inefficiencies in the code that has been co-opted by a team of open sourced marauders, who claim Bitcoin as their own and have dubbed it Bitcoin Core.

BCH is as close to the original idea of Bitcoin as was originally intended and BTC has become something different entirely.

Nakamoto Satoshi (if that was ever his real name, he's probably some white guy from Germany) should step into the light and endorse all crypto as viable, but he remains in the shadows in his ivory tower laughing at us all, since he has long since cashed out all of his pre-mine into the fiat currency that his coin was about challenging in the 1st place.

Anyway you slice it, BCH has altruistic intentions. BTC is also a viable currency, since it was the 1st and branded the best, but I believe that if they don't change, they will be surpassed by other so called "altcoins"

My 1st sentence in this post is well served and the following is what I have gleaned from my time in crypto.
When i began reading this post, i thought, smart guy, he is not a dunce.....
then i got to this bit near the end...Anyway you slice it, BCH has altruistic intentions. BTC is also a viable currency, since it was the 1st and branded the best, but I believe that if they don't change, they will be surpassed by other so called "altcoins"
lol
then changed my mind and i agreed with your opening sentence  Cheesy
Welcome m8  Smiley
I told you twice I'm a noob Smiley Whether you call BCH an altcoin or not is irrelevant as we see what it's doing on the exchanges presently. There are twice  as many hashes going to BCH at present as there are to Bitcoin core and that's all I need to know.

white guy from Gernamy in ivory tower omg lol wth thanks for the lol!

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May 06, 2018, 02:28:28 AM
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is a roger ver a scammer? I heard of a lawsuit against him but I trust him and his team. what do you think?

I honestly feel Roger Ver feels Bitcoin Cash is the legitimate fork and more closely follows the original white paper. I don't think someone can be considered a scammer if they honestly believe what they are touting. After all, I do not think most Jehovah witnesses are "scammers.' They truly believe they are the legitimate Christian church and that the rest of the church went apostate when they declared that the Arian view was wrong.
I honestly feel Roger Ver feels Bitcoin Cash is the legitimate fork and more closely follows the original white paper. ...
wow
Mr B, well said....respect.  Wink Tongue

Where have you been?, (also classicsuks, hope he is all good)
not saw you for so long...last time i think was when i asked you to say we going over $6k,lol
you didnt, so we stopped at $5k lol...
Are you up for it now m8?
Is your body ready to go over $6k -1 BCH

I went on tinkering with other things in the cryptocurrency world. In November I bought a new desktop with a Nvidia 1070 GPU to mine some shitcoins. Unfortunately, Bitmain and other companies have been pumping out ASICS left and right. So, I suspect my little hobby mining project will be coming to an end shortly. However, I keep an eye out on what Craig Wright has been tweeting. I must admit, it seems that BCH may actually have some good developments coming on down the pipe.
Yea , alot of new things being developed for BCH..makes me wonder, if og btc allowed this in the past, would most alts even exist?
 (really looking forward to privacy features on BCH)
The asics that came out for xmr wont work on xmr chain now, the asics on eth wont last that long as asic removal is planned in one of the near future planned forks...
with so many shitalts out there, im sure you can find some...
i usually found the key is to mine them early , hodl...forget about em, mine another,hodl forget...no point mining top alts on a single 1070 imo.
check out https://whattomine.com/ and https://coinmarketcal.com/ good info
and old site i used to use to find dates on launch dates for new shitcoins... https://www.altcoincalendar.info/calendar
oh and setup a cryptopia account, usually they list the coins first...

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May 06, 2018, 02:32:34 AM
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Increasing the block size can be a big advantage in your competition. Perhaps the community is more trusting of you when you come up with a predictable timeline to increase the block size?
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May 06, 2018, 02:37:20 AM
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It is interesting to observe quite recently the big growth and big activity in this coin. Can anyone tell what exactly is growth?  And generally interested in approximate target price for 1 coin for the next month?

I'm a dunce so anyone listening to me is taking advice from a self proclaimed noob.

On May 15th, BCH will once again increase the size of a block from the current 8MB to 32 MB. The current Bitcoin core team has limited the blocksize and overall functionality of the original BTC model and therefore is less efficient than the August 1 2017 hard fork that BCH represents.

The Crypto community sees the inefficiencies in the code that has been co-opted by a team of open sourced marauders, who claim Bitcoin as their own and have dubbed it Bitcoin Core.

BCH is as close to the original idea of Bitcoin as was originally intended and BTC has become something different entirely.

Nakamoto Satoshi (if that was ever his real name, he's probably some white guy from Germany) should step into the light and endorse all crypto as viable, but he remains in the shadows in his ivory tower laughing at us all, since he has long since cashed out all of his pre-mine into the fiat currency that his coin was about challenging in the 1st place.

Anyway you slice it, BCH has altruistic intentions. BTC is also a viable currency, since it was the 1st and branded the best, but I believe that if they don't change, they will be surpassed by other so called "altcoins"

My 1st sentence in this post is well served and the following is what I have gleaned from my time in crypto.
When i began reading this post, i thought, smart guy, he is not a dunce.....
then i got to this bit near the end...Anyway you slice it, BCH has altruistic intentions. BTC is also a viable currency, since it was the 1st and branded the best, but I believe that if they don't change, they will be surpassed by other so called "altcoins"
lol
then changed my mind and i agreed with your opening sentence  Cheesy
Welcome m8  Smiley
I told you twice I'm a noob Smiley Whether you call BCH an altcoin or not is irrelevant as we see what it's doing on the exchanges presently. There are twice  as many hashes going to BCH at present as there are to Bitcoin core and that's all I need to know.

white guy from Gernamy in ivory tower omg lol wth thanks for the lol!

I just did a dab. Is that still a thing? I have 6 BCH should I HODL?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTZETtLCZZ0
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May 06, 2018, 03:21:21 AM
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It is interesting to observe quite recently the big growth and big activity in this coin. Can anyone tell what exactly is growth?  And generally interested in approximate target price for 1 coin for the next month?

I'm a dunce so anyone listening to me is taking advice from a self proclaimed noob.

On May 15th, BCH will once again increase the size of a block from the current 8MB to 32 MB. The current Bitcoin core team has limited the blocksize and overall functionality of the original BTC model and therefore is less efficient than the August 1 2017 hard fork that BCH represents.

The Crypto community sees the inefficiencies in the code that has been co-opted by a team of open sourced marauders, who claim Bitcoin as their own and have dubbed it Bitcoin Core.

BCH is as close to the original idea of Bitcoin as was originally intended and BTC has become something different entirely.

Nakamoto Satoshi (if that was ever his real name, he's probably some white guy from Germany) should step into the light and endorse all crypto as viable, but he remains in the shadows in his ivory tower laughing at us all, since he has long since cashed out all of his pre-mine into the fiat currency that his coin was about challenging in the 1st place.

Anyway you slice it, BCH has altruistic intentions. BTC is also a viable currency, since it was the 1st and branded the best, but I believe that if they don't change, they will be surpassed by other so called "altcoins"

My 1st sentence in this post is well served and the following is what I have gleaned from my time in crypto.
When i began reading this post, i thought, smart guy, he is not a dunce.....
then i got to this bit near the end...Anyway you slice it, BCH has altruistic intentions. BTC is also a viable currency, since it was the 1st and branded the best, but I believe that if they don't change, they will be surpassed by other so called "altcoins"
lol
then changed my mind and i agreed with your opening sentence  Cheesy
Welcome m8  Smiley
I told you twice I'm a noob Smiley Whether you call BCH an altcoin or not is irrelevant as we see what it's doing on the exchanges presently. There are twice  as many hashes going to BCH at present as there are to Bitcoin core and that's all I need to know.

white guy from Gernamy in ivory tower omg lol wth thanks for the lol!

The greatest innovation in peer to peer technology and anonymity and we can't even guess who the proprietor of said technology is? Sounds perfect. You have created 1/2 trillion dollars in imaginary money. You're rivaling the US government. For that you should be applauded.
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May 06, 2018, 03:29:24 AM
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is a roger ver a scammer? I heard of a lawsuit against him but I trust him and his team. what do you think?

I honestly feel Roger Ver feels Bitcoin Cash is the legitimate fork and more closely follows the original white paper. I don't think someone can be considered a scammer if they honestly believe what they are touting. After all, I do not think most Jehovah witnesses are "scammers.' They truly believe they are the legitimate Christian church and that the rest of the church went apostate when they declared that the Arian view was wrong.

Furthermore, I think the lawsuit is bullshit. I think people honestly feel "noobs" are dumber than they think. And who cares if they bought BCH thinking it was BTC. If they discover their error in time, they can convert their BCH to BTC on a multitude of exchanges and any losses that they incur would be minimal. Shoot, in the past couple of days, the "error" would have actually made them come out ahead. Only snag would be if they ended up sending BCH to a BTC address in error.

I personally don't trust any "Father/God/Head" of XXX coin. They are all selfish and they invest for their own profit. I don't think they will be so generous to consider our profit.
Sometimes, it is hard to call them "scammers" if they hurt our profit. They just select the way to save their own interests.
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May 06, 2018, 04:42:37 AM
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is a roger ver a scammer? I heard of a lawsuit against him but I trust him and his team. what do you think?

I honestly feel Roger Ver feels Bitcoin Cash is the legitimate fork and more closely follows the original white paper. I don't think someone can be considered a scammer if they honestly believe what they are touting. After all, I do not think most Jehovah witnesses are "scammers.' They truly believe they are the legitimate Christian church and that the rest of the church went apostate when they declared that the Arian view was wrong.

Furthermore, I think the lawsuit is bullshit. I think people honestly feel "noobs" are dumber than they think. And who cares if they bought BCH thinking it was BTC. If they discover their error in time, they can convert their BCH to BTC on a multitude of exchanges and any losses that they incur would be minimal. Shoot, in the past couple of days, the "error" would have actually made them come out ahead. Only snag would be if they ended up sending BCH to a BTC address in error.
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I personally don't trust any "Father/God/Head" of XXX coin. They are all selfish and they invest for their own profit. I don't think they will be so generous to consider our profit.
Sometimes, it is hard to call them "scammers" if they hurt our profit. They just select the way to save their own interests.

Crypto has always been about taking profits. It's almost exclusively run by bots on the exchanges. The long term vision of crypto currencies is for the investor to take what they can, but know when to get in and when it's time to sell for a profit. 1/2 a trillion dollars marketcap isn't going anywhere. At this point it's where to jump in and where to get out. There's so much cash available that you almost can't lose with crypto.
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