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March 12, 2019, 01:16:38 PM
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Sooner or later, the crypto community would soon realize both pros and cons of Bitcoin and its derivatives, that in the event that happens, they should take sides. I guess "the ball is now in the hands of the developers" of this projects and their capability to further improve and innovate more to ensure long term survivability. Imho.

The miners are the ones who run the network.  this is why the devs are trying to remove them and also why miners should be hiring devs like SV  seems to be doing IMO.

Yeah, projects with POW mining algorithms have an inherent risk of being compromised and that is a bit risky. If they could only upgrade the network to change its mining algorithm to other more secure algorithms that uses less energy, then I think it might be good for all of the community.

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March 12, 2019, 11:42:41 PM
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Sooner or later, the crypto community would soon realize both pros and cons of Bitcoin and its derivatives, that in the event that happens, they should take sides. I guess "the ball is now in the hands of the developers" of this projects and their capability to further improve and innovate more to ensure long term survivability. Imho.

The miners are the ones who run the network.  this is why the devs are trying to remove them and also why miners should be hiring devs like SV  seems to be doing IMO.

Yeah, projects with POW mining algorithms have an inherent risk of being compromised and that is a bit risky. If they could only upgrade the network to change its mining algorithm to other more secure algorithms that uses less energy, then I think it might be good for all of the community.

Nice try to twist my words lol.  that is not at all the point lol.  the algo is not used in bitcoin like how encrypted files in storage uses an encryption algo lol.  and the community has nothing to do with mining LOL.  And your comment about POS or hybrid algo & electricity shows you do not understand reality based security at all.  good luck.

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altcoins will disappear, there will be only BTC and BCH as a large block addition
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March 14, 2019, 08:52:58 AM
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March 14, 2019, 09:12:00 AM
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altcoins will disappear, there will be only BTC and BCH as a large block addition


This is the post of the day really funny when someone admit publicly altcoins have no future. You should learn the definition of altcoins and this thread where stands?
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March 14, 2019, 10:11:59 AM
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altcoins will disappear, there will be only BTC and BCH as a large block addition


This is the post of the day really funny when someone admit publicly altcoins have no future. You should learn the definition of altcoins and this thread where stands?

I guess guess BCH is more likely becoming a survivor fork of BTC and that is good since competition will surely spur innovation. I also think that the other one governed by faketoshi and his armies would have a hard time surpassing it. Crypto community don't like to be deceived. Smiley

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March 14, 2019, 12:08:09 PM
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altcoins will disappear, there will be only BTC and BCH as a large block addition


This is the post of the day really funny when someone admit publicly altcoins have no future. You should learn the definition of altcoins and this thread where stands?

I guess guess BCH is more likely becoming a survivor fork of BTC and that is good since competition will surely spur innovation. I also think that the other one governed by faketoshi and his armies would have a hard time surpassing it. Crypto community don't like to be deceived. Smiley


The definition of altcoin?

Do you realize these terms are socially constructed over time by people and not by any technology or science. You could call Bitcoin anything you want and the blockchain will not change.

There is no ‘definition’ is to what an ‘altcoin’ is and what ‘bitcoin’ is.

You have a lot to learn kiddo, stick with those kiddy diddlers over at EOS, this is the grownups forum .

Worried about my trust rating? I am too. Bitcointalk user ‘Lauda’ has abused the trust system. Please refer to Lauda’s other reviews and my posts prior to make educated judgements. Thank you.
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March 14, 2019, 01:00:46 PM
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The definition of altcoin?

Do you realize these terms are socially constructed over time by people and not by any technology or science. You could call Bitcoin anything you want and the blockchain will not change.

There is no ‘definition’ is to what an ‘altcoin’ is and what ‘bitcoin’ is.

The definition of altcoin is every cryptocurrency that is not bitcoin. Ergo, BSV is an altcoin. This isn't debatable, even on video  Cheesy

You have a lot to learn kiddo, stick with those kiddy diddlers over at EOS, this is the grownups forum .

Oh man, the guy who backs Calvin Ayre's coin should not be calling anybody "kiddy diddlers".

https://dealbreaker.com/2019/03/calvin-ayre-twitter-oops

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March 14, 2019, 02:53:00 PM
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The definition of altcoin?

Do you realize these terms are socially constructed over time by people and not by any technology or science. You could call Bitcoin anything you want and the blockchain will not change.

There is no ‘definition’ is to what an ‘altcoin’ is and what ‘bitcoin’ is.

The definition of altcoin is every cryptocurrency that is not bitcoin. Ergo, BSV is an altcoin. This isn't debatable, even on video  Cheesy

You have a lot to learn kiddo, stick with those kiddy diddlers over at EOS, this is the grownups forum .

Oh man, the guy who backs Calvin Ayre's coin should not be calling anybody "kiddy diddlers".

https://dealbreaker.com/2019/03/calvin-ayre-twitter-oops

Oops.

That is a definition that people came up with socially, not scientifically. Like psychology vs biology, one is a sudo-science, one is a fact.

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March 15, 2019, 02:21:55 AM
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This shit show thread  is so entertaining

Is this the real bch/sv/gold/diamond/shit/alt thread??


After all this time this thread is still quite remarkably mediocre. There is literally nothing other than name calling. How can some of the world's biggest alts inspire nothing beyond worthless dribbles?

Is there a real thread that's being populated in secret?

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March 15, 2019, 08:27:40 AM
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Good question this cant be it, can it?

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March 15, 2019, 08:49:25 AM
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After all this time this thread is still quite remarkably mediocre. There is literally nothing other than name calling. How can some of the world's biggest alts inspire nothing beyond worthless dribbles?

Is there a real thread that's being populated in secret?

Uhhhh big blocks are gooood?

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March 15, 2019, 09:49:22 AM
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Maybe at bitcashtalk.org?
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March 15, 2019, 09:51:19 AM
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I don't know about anyone else but I prefer name calling, when it comes to bcash anyway.


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March 15, 2019, 05:38:59 PM
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After all this time this thread is still quite remarkably mediocre. There is literally nothing other than name calling. How can some of the world's biggest alts inspire nothing beyond worthless dribbles?

Well, it likely has a lot to do with the fact that about half of this thread's participants are ignorant pikers who come here merely to fling clueless shit around the room.

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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March 15, 2019, 05:49:16 PM
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So where are the other half posting quality informative content?


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March 15, 2019, 07:38:28 PM
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After all this time this thread is still quite remarkably mediocre. There is literally nothing other than name calling. How can some of the world's biggest alts inspire nothing beyond worthless dribbles?

Well, it likely has a lot to do with the fact that about half of this thread's participants are ignorant pikers who come here merely to fling clueless shit around the room.

Still, so there is hate of trolls a lot. Good measure for btc has real problems to get along with their techno bubble that s not working and off any spec for functional on chain Bitcoin.


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March 15, 2019, 07:39:55 PM
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So where are the other half posting quality informative content?




Moved to the bsv like brekken lately

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After all this time this thread is still quite remarkably mediocre. There is literally nothing other than name calling. How can some of the world's biggest alts inspire nothing beyond worthless dribbles?

Well, it likely has a lot to do with the fact that about half of this thread's participants are ignorant pikers who come here merely to fling clueless shit around the room.
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After all this time this thread is still quite remarkably mediocre. There is literally nothing other than name calling. How can some of the world's biggest alts inspire nothing beyond worthless dribbles?

Well, it likely has a lot to do with the fact that about half of this thread's participants are ignorant pikers who come here merely to fling clueless shit around the room.

Right, like you pressuring noobs to buy BCH when it was at $195... That was some real astute analysis right there, Soros.

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