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Author Topic: [ANN] Bitcoin Cash - Pro on-chain scaling - Cheaper fees  (Read 638041 times)
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June 23, 2018, 04:09:10 AM
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June 23, 2018, 04:19:03 AM
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As soon as someone figures out how to put these newly activated opcodes to good use.

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June 23, 2018, 09:39:08 AM
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Bitcoin Cash also looks weak, but the technical indicator MACD is above the 0 axis, and behind 883 dollars, investors can buy it without breaking it.
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June 23, 2018, 12:46:24 PM
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Bitcoin Cash also looks weak, but the technical indicator MACD is above the 0 axis, and behind 883 dollars, investors can buy it without breaking it.

Please feel free to share your TA with us via chart/drawings.

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June 23, 2018, 01:44:50 PM
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As soon as someone figures out how to put these newly activated opcodes to good use.

they were removed because no one does ...lol  Grin Cheesy Wink 

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June 23, 2018, 02:51:30 PM
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Feel free to find out how e.g. memo or blockpress are using the new op codes.

More is coming for SBI exchange or colored coins on BCH and their atomic swaps...

We are at there very start of crating more usability / programmability to the only scalable distributed non-security coin on the planet with true on-chain safety.

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June 23, 2018, 03:22:49 PM
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Feel free to find out how e.g. memo or blockpress are using the new op codes.

More is coming for SBI exchange or colored coins on BCH and their atomic swaps...

We are at there very start of crating more usability / programmability to the only scalable distributed non-security coin on the planet with true on-chain safety.

A couple of social media platforms that allow for tipping? Meh. I was thinking more along the lines of tokens that represent real world assets like Craig Wright aka "Satoshi" indicates would happen. Any projects like like getting off the ground?

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June 23, 2018, 04:28:32 PM
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Join our group Leviar. Switching to the base code of Monero 30th June https://t.me/leviarcoinofficial
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June 23, 2018, 09:44:33 PM
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Feel free to find out how e.g. memo or blockpress are using the new op codes.

More is coming for SBI exchange or colored coins on BCH and their atomic swaps...

We are at there very start of crating more usability / programmability to the only scalable distributed non-security coin on the planet with true on-chain safety.

i feel like bcash just tries to rehash old btc features no one will ever use for anything in the real world =) ha

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June 23, 2018, 10:24:16 PM
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Feel free to find out how e.g. memo or blockpress are using the new op codes.

More is coming for SBI exchange or colored coins on BCH and their atomic swaps...

We are at there very start of crating more usability / programmability to the only scalable distributed non-security coin on the planet with true on-chain safety.

i feel like bcash just tries to rehash old btc features no one will ever use for anything in the real world =) ha

Yeah, like significantly lower fees and faster transactions.

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June 23, 2018, 11:48:12 PM
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Feel free to find out how e.g. memo or blockpress are using the new op codes.

More is coming for SBI exchange or colored coins on BCH and their atomic swaps...

We are at there very start of crating more usability / programmability to the only scalable distributed non-security coin on the planet with true on-chain safety.

i feel like bcash just tries to rehash old btc features no one will ever use for anything in the real world =) ha

Yeah, like significantly lower fees and faster transactions.

doge is better for this * Wink lol

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June 23, 2018, 11:50:39 PM
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Feel free to find out how e.g. memo or blockpress are using the new op codes.

More is coming for SBI exchange or colored coins on BCH and their atomic swaps...

We are at there very start of crating more usability / programmability to the only scalable distributed non-security coin on the planet with true on-chain safety.

i feel like bcash just tries to rehash old btc features no one will ever use for anything in the real world =) ha

Yeah, like significantly lower fees and faster transactions.

doge is better for this * Wink lol

You’re a 0/10

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June 24, 2018, 02:03:22 AM
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Feel free to find out how e.g. memo or blockpress are using the new op codes.

More is coming for SBI exchange or colored coins on BCH and their atomic swaps...

We are at there very start of crating more usability / programmability to the only scalable distributed non-security coin on the planet with true on-chain safety.

i feel like bcash just tries to rehash old btc features no one will ever use for anything in the real world =) ha

Yeah, like significantly lower fees and faster transactions.

doge is better for this * Wink lol

You’re a 0/10

i bet doge is faster and lower fees Wink ~thats the best you got?

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June 24, 2018, 02:27:44 AM
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Feel free to find out how e.g. memo or blockpress are using the new op codes.

More is coming for SBI exchange or colored coins on BCH and their atomic swaps...

We are at there very start of crating more usability / programmability to the only scalable distributed non-security coin on the planet with true on-chain safety.

i feel like bcash just tries to rehash old btc features no one will ever use for anything in the real world =) ha

Yeah, like significantly lower fees and faster transactions.

doge is better for this * Wink lol

You’re a 0/10

i bet doge is faster and lower fees Wink ~thats the best you got?

I’ll take that bet. I think you’re confused with the typical argument that ‘Bitcoin Cash’ has less daily transactions then Dogecoin. (Measured on 1 day sometime recently). But despite 4 different ‘news sources’ publishing such news, this argument fails to acknowledge the value transferred relative to fiat value. It’s really just headlnes for those who are easily mislead. Also, there are many Doge faucets that spit out doge instantly for anyone to suck on along with an endless supply that keeps pumping out daily. Hence the high amount of Dogecoin transactions per day. You’re trust rating is a -4 so 0/10 isn’t that bad. I’ll stop going after the bait.

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June 24, 2018, 02:42:31 AM
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Feel free to find out how e.g. memo or blockpress are using the new op codes.

More is coming for SBI exchange or colored coins on BCH and their atomic swaps...

We are at there very start of crating more usability / programmability to the only scalable distributed non-security coin on the planet with true on-chain safety.

i feel like bcash just tries to rehash old btc features no one will ever use for anything in the real world =) ha

Yeah, like significantly lower fees and faster transactions.

doge is better for this * Wink lol

You’re a 0/10

i bet doge is faster and lower fees Wink ~thats the best you got?

I’ll take that bet. I think you’re confused with the typical argument that ‘Bitcoin Cash’ has less daily transactions then Dogecoin. (Measured on 1 day sometime recently). But despite 4 different ‘news sources’ publishing such news, this argument fails to acknowledge the value transferred relative to fiat value. It’s really just headlnes for those who are easily mislead. Also, there are many Doge faucets that spit out doge instantly for anyone to suck on along with an endless supply that keeps pumping out daily. Hence the high amount of Dogecoin transactions per day. You’re trust rating is a -4 so 0/10 isn’t that bad. I’ll stop going after the bait.

my merit and activity is over double yours you better stop while you are ahead Wink BTI is going to surpass BCH imho<<<

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June 24, 2018, 03:20:25 AM
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Good project but how can you prove that all of these were not just a marketing effort? How do the Devs tend to change the user experience according to their demands?
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June 24, 2018, 06:21:26 AM
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Feel free to find out how e.g. memo or blockpress are using the new op codes.

More is coming for SBI exchange or colored coins on BCH and their atomic swaps...

We are at there very start of crating more usability / programmability to the only scalable distributed non-security coin on the planet with true on-chain safety.

i feel like bcash just tries to rehash old btc features no one will ever use for anything in the real world =) ha

Yeah, like significantly lower fees and faster transactions.

doge is better for this * Wink lol

Very true!!!

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June 24, 2018, 04:23:14 PM
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So I finally got around to updating my ABC node after the recent update broke it.

Did it use my previously specified datadir?    no

Did it prompt me to specify one?   no

It just took the opportunity, behind my back, to overwrite the (in my case, on this box, unused and very old, but still) core chain on an entirely different drive.

If you guys are looking for trust and credibility...you're doing it wrong.

This is not some pseudoeconomic post-modern Libertarian cult, it's an un-led, crowd-sourced mega startup organized around mutual self-interest where problems, whether of the theoretical or purely practical variety, are treated as temporary and, ultimately, solvable.
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June 24, 2018, 04:24:56 PM
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So I finally got around to updating my ABC node after the recent update broke it.

Did it use my previously specified datadir?    no

Did it prompt me to specify one?   no

It just took the opportunity, behind my back, to overwrite the (in my case, on this box, unused and very old, but still) core chain on an entirely different drive.

If you guys are looking for trust and credibility...you're doing it wrong.

just press buttons ...its a bitcoin now go buy more Wink lol ha

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June 24, 2018, 05:11:43 PM
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So I finally got around to updating my ABC node after the recent update broke it.

Did it use my previously specified datadir?    no

Did it prompt me to specify one?   no

It just took the opportunity, behind my back, to overwrite the (in my case, on this box, unused and very old, but still) core chain on an entirely different drive.

If you guys are looking for trust and credibility...you're doing it wrong.

Well, if you are not using your node to mine or are a major economic node like an exchange, then you are supposed to be using a SPV wallet because Craig Wright, aka "satoshi" feels that  nodes like your's are a liability to the network. Shame on you. Better hope they don't make you walk through the streets naked and throw crap at you.

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