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November 16, 2018, 05:23:54 AM
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November 16, 2018, 05:53:55 AM
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BCH hardfork has done . Good news  along with I received same amount of BCHSV coin and  I think it was positive fork.

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November 16, 2018, 06:53:57 AM
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The ABC-ers seem to celebrating what they are terming a win. I don't understand this, unless their concept of 'win' is 'unable to be reorged out of existence'. Certainly, this does not preclude SV existing into the future, or even still to become the preponderance of economic activity.

And I was so looking forward to seeing an actual hash war.

Though the future will still be quite fascinating regardless. I've not seen what SV's response will be.

Your fork is currently 40 blocks behind ABC. Doesn't matter how you were defeated, fact is, you were defeated. The polite thing to do would be to throw in the towel and admit defeat. Though I'm certain this is an impossibility for you.

Why is SV behind so much? Shouldn't the difficult adjust every block on both chains independently?
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November 16, 2018, 07:16:41 AM
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The ABC-ers seem to celebrating what they are terming a win. I don't understand this, unless their concept of 'win' is 'unable to be reorged out of existence'. Certainly, this does not preclude SV existing into the future, or even still to become the preponderance of economic activity.

And I was so looking forward to seeing an actual hash war.

Though the future will still be quite fascinating regardless. I've not seen what SV's response will be.

Your fork is currently 40 blocks behind ABC. Doesn't matter how you were defeated, fact is, you were defeated. The polite thing to do would be to throw in the towel and admit defeat. Though I'm certain this is an impossibility for you.

Haha. Do you think I am SV? That's rich.

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November 16, 2018, 07:21:40 AM
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The ABC-ers seem to celebrating what they are terming a win. I don't understand this, unless their concept of 'win' is 'unable to be reorged out of existence'. Certainly, this does not preclude SV existing into the future, or even still to become the preponderance of economic activity.

And I was so looking forward to seeing an actual hash war.

Though the future will still be quite fascinating regardless. I've not seen what SV's response will be.

Your fork is currently 40 blocks behind ABC. Doesn't matter how you were defeated, fact is, you were defeated. The polite thing to do would be to throw in the towel and admit defeat. Though I'm certain this is an impossibility for you.

Why is SV behind so much? Shouldn't the difficult adjust every block on both chains independently?
One theory I heard was that ABC were using a lot of hash power for very brief times, to prevent the difficulty adjusting too much.  I have no idea if that makes any sense, just something I heard.  I think both coins are in serious trouble because most people wont trust either of them now.  CSW could be a joke but just the threats will put people off ABC.  I think most people wouldn't want to buy SV because CSW is involved.  Its a shame, the big block experiment is interesting but the behavior of Ver and CSW is just too childish.
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November 16, 2018, 07:23:01 AM
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Ed is right - but hard to transport

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November 16, 2018, 07:31:14 AM
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Fascinating. Andreas Brekken just stated on livestream that the ABC team reached out some time ago to all exchanges, and pushed out a patch that invalidates deep reorgs. Further, that all exchanges will be implementing another patch that includes what he termed a centralized checkpoint. The net result of all this, if true, is that SV will be unable to reorg the ABC chain out of existence. No matter what the relative hashpower may be.

There had previously been a shared assumption that SV forces had dedicated a large chunk of hash power to mining a parallel secret chain of empty ABC blocks. One that they would later -- at a time of maximum disruption -- release this chain. This secretly mined empty block SV-ABC chain, being longer than the ABC-ABC chain, which would invalidate the ABC-ABC chain. This would have invalidated all the previous 'settled' ABC txs.

Assuming that ABC indeed has all the exchanges lined up, this attack is largely nullified.

The ABC-ers seem to celebrating what they are terming a win. I don't understand this, unless their concept of 'win' is 'unable to be reorged out of existence'. Certainly, this does not preclude SV existing into the future, or even still to become the preponderance of economic activity.

And I was so looking forward to seeing an actual hash war.

Though the future will still be quite fascinating regardless. I've not seen what SV's response will be.

What you have seen/are seeing is exactly a hash war. What else were you expecting? 51% attacks on the other chain? Reorg chaos? Well, that is what Wright was threatening with... and it hasn't happened yet. So yeah, I guess it is a win for ABC (which said nothing about attacking/killing SV). There is still some minor probability for a surprise but I wouldn't count on it.

Maybe when Calvin folds and separate ways with Wright everything will be more clear?

I will state this one more time: Contentious forks are BAD in every sense.

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November 16, 2018, 08:25:56 AM
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Nothing special. Just Satoshi Nakamoto casually forecasting what a stupid idea Bcash would be in 2010...

https://old.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/9xgtua/nothing_special_just_satoshi_nakamoto_casually/

Quote from Satoshi : "If the second version screwed up, the user experience would reflect badly on both, although it would at least reinforce to users the importance of staying with the official version. If someone was getting ready to fork a second version, I would have to air a lot of disclaimers about the risks of using a minority version. This is a design where the majority version wins if there's any disagreement, and that can be pretty ugly for the minority version[...]."

Ouch. This pretty much dissolves any last remaining possible universe where CSW is Satoshi. I never believed he was but its hard to imagine people who have enough money to tomfool around with Bcash forks still do. Its like, how do you accrue that much money if you are that dimwitted?

Haha. Do you think I am SV? That's rich.

You've done nothing but shill for CSW so hard that if you weren't him, you're his biggest fan, so its a logical assumption.
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November 16, 2018, 08:32:33 AM
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SV is 75% hashpower. Do you think is it manipulation or true power?

Explain how hash power can be 'manipulated'?

Yeah I could see that if one turns off some or all of their mining power then the other may prevail.  I was just thinking that the team that loses could just move into another altcoin, and those who invested in bch before the split will get both coins
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November 16, 2018, 09:23:29 AM
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Guys sv just died, no split, no sv coin..no hash  Shocked
If you have any sv futures best try sell them asap,while you can.
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November 16, 2018, 09:30:22 AM
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sv pool is gone aswell now, no one is mining sv..0
coingeek and sv have left.
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November 16, 2018, 09:33:36 AM
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Shit Vision and Also Bull Crap - two scamforks instead of one, so what's the difference?
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November 16, 2018, 09:38:37 AM
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Shit Vision and Also Bull Crap - two scamforks instead of one, so what's the difference?

Both are scam this has been exposed none of them have any comparison with original BTC. I think this is good for old and most loved coin which is already leading the whole ecosystem now it will rise with more power.
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November 16, 2018, 09:45:45 AM
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sv pool is gone aswell now, no one is mining sv..0
coingeek and sv have left.

Its price has still gone up about 20% in the last few hours... don't really understand why though

http://hashwars.cash/
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November 16, 2018, 09:47:15 AM
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sv pool is gone aswell now, no one is mining sv..0
coingeek and sv have left.

Its price has still gone up about 20% in the last few hours... don't really understand why though

http://hashwars.cash/
whale sv bagholders trying to dump high to noobs while they still can lol
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November 16, 2018, 09:51:58 AM
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OK I have a serious question. Haven't received an answer elsewhere.

As of today, what is "BCH"? How does it still exist and have a price?

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

If you add up the price of the 2 forks, its less than the current price of BCH, so its not the combined value of both forks... So why does it still have tremendous volume and sit at #4 in the market cap, instead of 1 coin struggling to stay in the top 5 and the other in the top 10?
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As of today, what is "BCH"? How does it still exist and have a price?

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

If you add up the price of the 2 forks, its less than the current price of BCH, so its not the combined value of both forks... So why does it still have tremendous volume and sit at #4 in the market cap, instead of 1 coin struggling to stay in the top 5 and the other in the top 10?
Because you shouldnt trust CMC... As no one is mining the pre-fork chain, technically, BCH doesnt exist. Most exchanges have stoped trading, and usually, you cant deposit or withdraw.. Some exchanges still trade unsplit BCH, at around 370. If later, only one chain prevails, price should converge. If both chains survive, those exchanges still can split later, as long as dep and withd remain closed.. But CMC should at least exclude all exchanges from calculation, where unsplit BCH arent traded anymore.. OR only list both forks...
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November 16, 2018, 11:38:18 AM
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Because you shouldnt trust CMC... As no one is mining the pre-fork chain, technically, BCH doesnt exist. Most exchanges have stoped trading, and usually, you cant deposit or withdraw.. Some exchanges still trade unsplit BCH, at around 370. If later, only one chain prevails, price should converge. If both chains survive, those exchanges still can split later, as long as dep and withd remain closed.. But CMC should at least exclude all exchanges from calculation, where unsplit BCH arent traded anymore.. OR only list both forks...

Thanks, that makes a lot of sense. What's funny is the 2 forks combined don't even equal the price of BCH as calculated by CMC.

Regardless, anybody who bought into BCH specifically to take part in the fork is now sitting on a loss.
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November 16, 2018, 11:46:21 AM
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anybody who bought into BCH specifically to take part in the fork is now sitting on a loss.

just like a honey pot
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November 16, 2018, 11:49:50 AM
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Because you shouldnt trust CMC... As no one is mining the pre-fork chain, technically, BCH doesnt exist. Most exchanges have stoped trading, and usually, you cant deposit or withdraw.. Some exchanges still trade unsplit BCH, at around 370. If later, only one chain prevails, price should converge. If both chains survive, those exchanges still can split later, as long as dep and withd remain closed.. But CMC should at least exclude all exchanges from calculation, where unsplit BCH arent traded anymore.. OR only list both forks...

Thanks, that makes a lot of sense. What's funny is the 2 forks combined don't even equal the price of BCH as calculated by CMC.

Regardless, anybody who bought into BCH specifically to take part in the fork is now sitting on a loss.

That kind of events always increase of experience what could happen when noobs keep buying with dream to get rich. That listing creating big confusing for all holders what will happen in future even fork already happened and we are getting still old data.
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