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April 04, 2019, 12:55:55 PM
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If u run decent financial business or are a decent Client of one  then u might ve heard about term Sheets / product disclaimers / selling prospects - These are the legal Basis for any financial Transaction / contract / use of products.

For Bitcoin that it IS the White Paper

- same holds for global protocol design & specifications - global Software produchts.  If u want to go global - u must do legally compliant (or u ll die hard)

For Bitcoin that it IS the White Paper

More misinformed nonsense. The bitcoin white paper is just that: a white paper. Nothing else. It is an outline for an idea.
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April 04, 2019, 12:56:21 PM
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Bitcoin Cash should be renamed to Bitmain Coin or Bitmain Cash. That would add credibility to the project and make it unique. Right now they spent Billions to pump the price every year, trying hard to keep BCHABC relevant in market terms while adoption is 0 and 99,9% of the community disregards it. Nothing better than rebrand, put besides Roger Ver two equal marketing specialists and keep saying this is the Satoshi Vision once in a while so you don't get out of line.
Otherwise it is completely doomed and will always be the barrel that has no bottom for Bitmain. Fork it again and tie it to Bitmain's hash-power, or quarterly profits. BCHABC is going to 0 anyway.
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April 04, 2019, 02:06:24 PM
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Bitcoin Cash should be renamed to Bitmain Coin or Bitmain Cash. That would add credibility to the project and make it unique. Right now they spent Billions to pump the price every year, trying hard to keep BCHABC relevant in market terms while adoption is 0 and 99,9% of the community disregards it. Nothing better than rebrand, put besides Roger Ver two equal marketing specialists and keep saying this is the Satoshi Vision once in a while so you don't get out of line.
Otherwise it is completely doomed and will always be the barrel that has no bottom for Bitmain. Fork it again and tie it to Bitmain's hash-power, or quarterly profits. BCHABC is going to 0 anyway.

If I was in charge of it I'd rebrand it as Abigail's Lupus.

Short, punchy, unique.

I don't think it's ever going to die out. It's too tempting for pumpers. The idea of it 'becoming' Bitcoin may slowly fade but never quite die out.

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April 04, 2019, 04:25:54 PM
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If u run decent financial business or are a decent Client of one  then u might ve heard about term Sheets / product disclaimers / selling prospects - These are the legal Basis for any financial Transaction / contract / use of products.

For Bitcoin that it IS the White Paper

- same holds for global protocol design & specifications - global Software produchts.  If u want to go global - u must do legally compliant (or u ll die hard)

For Bitcoin that it IS the White Paper

More misinformed nonsense. The bitcoin white paper is just that: a white paper. Nothing else. It is an outline for an idea.

Nothing I expected u to comprehend. Believe in a ticker and moon that.

Sadly u won't find any use on ur moon though...

Carpe diem  -  understand the White Paper and mine honest.
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April 04, 2019, 04:36:35 PM
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"flawed pale imitation"

Hey bitcoinPsycho - which of the following are closer to the original design of the Bitcoin protocol as designed by Satoshi:
1) BTC; or
2) BCH

Hmm?
Sorry I don't do religion.  Tech evolves. No one man or woman have all the answers

It ain't religion, it's a simple 2-choice question. Afraid to answer it, bitcoinPsycho?

To reiterate, BTC is but a flawed pale imitation of Satoshi's system, while Bitcoin Cash hews more closely to that original genius design.

<<blah blah blah>>

You contribute nothing to the conversation. There is a question to bitcoinPsycho upon the table, which s/he seems to be dodging. One that relates directly to his/her reply to my point.

Meantime, nutildah charges in blustering irrelevancy. As if s/he doesn't have the capacity for determining what the topic is. You must be so much fun at parties. /s

I must admit I have not fully read the satoshi white  paper so will not be able to answer your question .

Yet you feel compelled to publicly expound upon things of which you are completely ignorant. Whatevs.

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April 04, 2019, 04:39:57 PM
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You contribute nothing to the conversation. There is a question to bitcoinPsycho upon the table, which s/he seems to be dodging. One that relates directly to his/her reply to my point.

Meantime, nutildah charges in blustering irrelevancy. As if s/he doesn't have the capacity for determining what the topic is. You must be so much fun at parties. /s

Don't pretend you're actually contributing anything of value to this forum. That's the biggest farce you have to offer. There's plenty of altcoins up higher than BCH. You can thank BTC, aka bitcoin, for the increase.

Also, who cares if BCH is up however much in the past however long? It's still a shadow of its former self. As for the recent rise helping the case of your 4-5 month old "prediction," everybody can be right about anything given a long enough time frame. You blew the time frame of the prediction you were referencing. Don't pretend you are right now. You were wrong then, you're wrong now, you'll continue to be wrong in the future.

Hey nutildah - which would you rather have:
a) $195; or
b) $337.99
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April 04, 2019, 04:47:00 PM
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Hey nutildah - which would you rather have:
a) $195; or
b) $337.99

Neither. First of all, I really only use crypto for what it was intended: to be spent. Second of all, I would never invest in BCH. A couple of times when moving coins between exchanges I converted to BCH to avoid the BTC withdrawal fee. That's the crux of its utility.





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April 04, 2019, 05:23:29 PM
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Hey nutildah - which would you rather have:
a) $195; or
b) $337.99

Neither.

You either: did not read the actual question posed to you; or you answer dishonestly.

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April 04, 2019, 05:58:00 PM
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"flawed pale imitation"

Hey bitcoinPsycho - which of the following are closer to the original design of the Bitcoin protocol as designed by Satoshi:
1) BTC; or
2) BCH

Hmm?
Sorry I don't do religion.  Tech evolves. No one man or woman have all the answers

It ain't religion, it's a simple 2-choice question. Afraid to answer it, bitcoinPsycho?

To reiterate, BTC is but a flawed pale imitation of Satoshi's system, while Bitcoin Cash hews more closely to that original genius design.

<<blah blah blah>>

You contribute nothing to the conversation. There is a question to bitcoinPsycho upon the table, which s/he seems to be dodging. One that relates directly to his/her reply to my point.

Meantime, nutildah charges in blustering irrelevancy. As if s/he doesn't have the capacity for determining what the topic is. You must be so much fun at parties. /s

Incidentally, with BTC at $337.99, you're starting to look like 'that guy'. :

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.

"Pressuring"? "Soros"? You're being cringeworthy again, nutella.

Incidentally, BCH up over 17% last 24 hours.

You told somebody to buy BCH at $195, saying they would regret buying it later at a higher price. Your exact words were "Don't be that guy."

BCH is still down 19% since your call, despite today's gains.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2040221.msg50184000#msg50184000
I must admit I have not fully read the satoshi white  paper so will not be able to answer your question . As I said before I don't do religion

You did not read the ONLY document that was released with Bitcoin and you criticize people on this forum for having non-parallel views towards yours on bitcoin?Embarrassed

Hmm.

Well read the last line of the introduction and tell me how the hell lightning network correlates to the whole economic model of Bitcoin you silly psycho.

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April 04, 2019, 06:00:01 PM
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"flawed pale imitation"

Hey bitcoinPsycho - which of the following are closer to the original design of the Bitcoin protocol as designed by Satoshi:
1) BTC; or
2) BCH

Hmm?
Sorry I don't do religion.  Tech evolves. No one man or woman have all the answers

It ain't religion, it's a simple 2-choice question. Afraid to answer it, bitcoinPsycho?

To reiterate, BTC is but a flawed pale imitation of Satoshi's system, while Bitcoin Cash hews more closely to that original genius design.

<<blah blah blah>>

You contribute nothing to the conversation. There is a question to bitcoinPsycho upon the table, which s/he seems to be dodging. One that relates directly to his/her reply to my point.

Meantime, nutildah charges in blustering irrelevancy. As if s/he doesn't have the capacity for determining what the topic is. You must be so much fun at parties. /s

I must admit I have not fully read the satoshi white  paper so will not be able to answer your question .

Yet you feel compelled to publicly expound upon things of which you are completely ignorant. Whatevs.
I'm backing BTC . I swapped  my bch at .2 btc. Was not impressed with the whole "bch is the real bitcoin" toxicity. I don't pretend to know everything. Doesn't mean I'm right or wrong. I respect you but I don't have to agree with you . With the modest amount I do know I still think big blocks is not  the answer at this point. imho LTC is better than bch

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April 04, 2019, 06:13:40 PM
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Hey nutildah - which would you rather have:
a) $195; or
b) $337.99

Neither.

You either: did not read the actual question posed to you; or you answer dishonestly.

What the fuck are you even asking me? Do I want one number or the other? What is the context?

OK I'll play along: give me the higher number, because its bigger  Roll Eyes





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April 04, 2019, 08:59:32 PM
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"flawed pale imitation"

Hey bitcoinPsycho - which of the following are closer to the original design of the Bitcoin protocol as designed by Satoshi:
1) BTC; or
2) BCH

Hmm?
Sorry I don't do religion.  Tech evolves. No one man or woman have all the answers

It ain't religion, it's a simple 2-choice question. Afraid to answer it, bitcoinPsycho?

To reiterate, BTC is but a flawed pale imitation of Satoshi's system, while Bitcoin Cash hews more closely to that original genius design.

<<blah blah blah>>

You contribute nothing to the conversation. There is a question to bitcoinPsycho upon the table, which s/he seems to be dodging. One that relates directly to his/her reply to my point.

Meantime, nutildah charges in blustering irrelevancy. As if s/he doesn't have the capacity for determining what the topic is. You must be so much fun at parties. /s

I must admit I have not fully read the satoshi white  paper so will not be able to answer your question .

Yet you feel compelled to publicly expound upon things of which you are completely ignorant. Whatevs.
I'm backing BTC . I swapped  my bch at .2 btc. Was not impressed with the whole "bch is the real bitcoin" toxicity. I don't pretend to know everything. Doesn't mean I'm right or wrong. I respect you but I don't have to agree with you . With the modest amount I do know I still think big blocks is not  the answer at this point. imho LTC is better than bch

Which is all fine and dandy. You are certainly entitled to your own opinions. But you are not entitled to your own facts. And fact is that the protocols implemented by  both BCH and BSV have much more in common with the original satoshi protocol than does that of BTC - which is the assertion I made upthread for which you decided to take me to task. If you had not mistakenly refuted my truthful claim above, we could have skipped this entire sorry sideshow twig of this thread.

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April 04, 2019, 09:00:01 PM
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Hey nutildah - which would you rather have:
a) $195; or
b) $337.99

Neither.

You either: did not read the actual question posed to you; or you answer dishonestly.

What the fuck are you even asking me? Do I want one number or the other? What is the context?

OK I'll play along: give me the higher number, because its bigger  Roll Eyes

'zackly. Thanks.

Which, of course, bears directly upon the attack you made upon me regarding my (previous, now vindicated) publicly-stated belief that BCH would be worth more than $195.

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'zackly. Thanks.

Which, of course, bears directly upon the attack you made upon me regarding my (previous, now vindicated) publicly-stated belief that BCH would be worth more than $195.

You didn't vindicate shit. Your prediction was that BCH would be going up the next week, NOT 3.5 months later. Like I already said, anybody can be right about anything given a long enough time frame. If you want me to dig through the thread and find your exact post I'll do it.





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'zackly. Thanks.

Which, of course, bears directly upon the attack you made upon me regarding my (previous, now vindicated) publicly-stated belief that BCH would be worth more than $195.

You didn't vindicate shit. Your prediction was that BCH would be going up the next week, NOT 3.5 months later. Like I already said, anybody can be right about anything given a long enough time frame. If you want me to dig through the thread and find your exact post I'll do it.

And how many times have you and your troll butt buddies said BCH/BSV would go to zero? The double standard with you is just unbelievable. If you are not 4”11, 300lbs with sausage fingers, than my mind is blown.

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'zackly. Thanks.

Which, of course, bears directly upon the attack you made upon me regarding my (previous, now vindicated) publicly-stated belief that BCH would be worth more than $195.

You didn't vindicate shit. Your prediction was that BCH would be going up the next week, NOT 3.5 months later. Like I already said, anybody can be right about anything given a long enough time frame. If you want me to dig through the thread and find your exact post I'll do it.

Here, I found the original quote:

yeah, i lost my only chance to buy cheap bch at $92
 
Yup! BCH price was going up very fast, i missed the chance to buy at below $100


Of course, next week you may be looking back thinking 'I should have bought when it was below $300'. Don't be that guy.

Your target date for a $300 BCH was December 29th. You blew your call spectacularly.

By the way, BCH is still under $300, so in essence you've still been wrong this entire time, save for a few fleeting moments yesterday.

Sideliners / casual readers: don't be that guy.





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April 05, 2019, 11:09:21 AM
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IRONY

"flawed pale imitation"

Hey bitcoinPsycho - which of the following are closer to the original design of the Bitcoin protocol as designed by Satoshi:
1) BTC; or
2) BCH

Hmm?
Sorry I don't do religion.  Tech evolves. No one man or woman have all the answers
https://beincrypto.com/bch-bitcoin-cash-price-prediction-2019-2020-5-years-updated-04-03-2019/

It ain't religion, it's a simple 2-choice question. Afraid to answer it, bitcoinPsycho?

To reiterate, BTC is but a flawed pale imitation of Satoshi's system, while Bitcoin Cash hews more closely to that original genius design.

<<blah blah blah>>

You contribute nothing to the conversation. There is a question to bitcoinPsycho upon the table, which s/he seems to be dodging. One that relates directly to his/her reply to my point.

Meantime, nutildah charges in blustering irrelevancy. As if s/he doesn't have the capacity for determining what the topic is. You must be so much fun at parties. /s

Incidentally, with BTC at $337.99, you're starting to look like 'that guy'. :

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.

"Pressuring"? "Soros"? You're being cringeworthy again, nutella.

Incidentally, BCH up over 17% last 24 hours.

You told somebody to buy BCH at $195, saying they would regret buying it later at a higher price. Your exact words were "Don't be that guy."

BCH is still down 19% since your call, despite today's gains.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2040221.msg50184000#msg50184000
I must admit I have not fully read the satoshi white  paper so will not be able to answer your question . As I said before I don't do religion

You did not read the ONLY document that was released with Bitcoin and you criticize people on this forum for having non-parallel views towards yours on bitcoin?Embarrassed

Hmm.

Well read the last line of the introduction and tell me how the hell lightning network correlates to the whole economic model of Bitcoin you silly psycho.
Bitcoin Cash lacks the competitive advantage of other cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin. It also is still relatively new, yet has already faced major contention leading to a heat Civil War between Bitcoin SV and BCH/Bitcoin ABC. While it emerged as a solution to Bitcoin’s scalability problem, other solutions like the Lightning Network have emerged.

Bitcoin Cash and all its hard forks appear as redudant. It seems only to have created trouble for itself, and these problems have at times reverberated throughout the cryptocurrency and digital asset market. While Bitcoin Cash appears to perform well, its overall market cap may be inflated.

Steady and heavy price losses are expected between 2019 and 2020. Whether or not Bitcoin Cash will survive another five years is a very important and relevant question. It could be possible based on its current position that BCH will have dropped out of the cryptocurrency race within the early 2020s.



https://beincrypto.com/bch-bitcoin-cash-price-prediction-2019-2020-5-years-updated-04-03-2019/

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April 05, 2019, 11:37:54 AM
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April 05, 2019, 12:00:58 PM
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IRONY

"flawed pale imitation"

Hey bitcoinPsycho - which of the following are closer to the original design of the Bitcoin protocol as designed by Satoshi:
1) BTC; or
2) BCH

Hmm?
Sorry I don't do religion.  Tech evolves. No one man or woman have all the answers
https://beincrypto.com/bch-bitcoin-cash-price-prediction-2019-2020-5-years-updated-04-03-2019/

It ain't religion, it's a simple 2-choice question. Afraid to answer it, bitcoinPsycho?

To reiterate, BTC is but a flawed pale imitation of Satoshi's system, while Bitcoin Cash hews more closely to that original genius design.

<<blah blah blah>>

You contribute nothing to the conversation. There is a question to bitcoinPsycho upon the table, which s/he seems to be dodging. One that relates directly to his/her reply to my point.

Meantime, nutildah charges in blustering irrelevancy. As if s/he doesn't have the capacity for determining what the topic is. You must be so much fun at parties. /s

Incidentally, with BTC at $337.99, you're starting to look like 'that guy'. :

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.

"Pressuring"? "Soros"? You're being cringeworthy again, nutella.

Incidentally, BCH up over 17% last 24 hours.

You told somebody to buy BCH at $195, saying they would regret buying it later at a higher price. Your exact words were "Don't be that guy."

BCH is still down 19% since your call, despite today's gains.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2040221.msg50184000#msg50184000
I must admit I have not fully read the satoshi white  paper so will not be able to answer your question . As I said before I don't do religion

You did not read the ONLY document that was released with Bitcoin and you criticize people on this forum for having non-parallel views towards yours on bitcoin?Embarrassed

Hmm.

Well read the last line of the introduction and tell me how the hell lightning network correlates to the whole economic model of Bitcoin you silly psycho.
Bitcoin Cash lacks the competitive advantage of other cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin. It also is still relatively new, yet has already faced major contention leading to a heat Civil War between Bitcoin SV and BCH/Bitcoin ABC. While it emerged as a solution to Bitcoin’s scalability problem, other solutions like the Lightning Network have emerged.

Bitcoin Cash and all its hard forks appear as redudant. It seems only to have created trouble for itself, and these problems have at times reverberated throughout the cryptocurrency and digital asset market. While Bitcoin Cash appears to perform well, its overall market cap may be inflated.

Steady and heavy price losses are expected between 2019 and 2020. Whether or not Bitcoin Cash will survive another five years is a very important and relevant question. It could be possible based on its current position that BCH will have dropped out of the cryptocurrency race within the early 2020s.



https://beincrypto.com/bch-bitcoin-cash-price-prediction-2019-2020-5-years-updated-04-03-2019/


Where’s your argument?
- ‘Bitcoin Cash lacks competitive edge’...(no supporting fact)
- ‘overall marketcap May be inflated’....(doesn’t provide fact again)
- ‘steady heavy prices losses are expected’....(another opinion without support of fact).

Mate, did you go to school? Like a true psycho, your arguments are empty without any factual support. Give it a rest. Read the whitepaper for the first time and chill out.

Worried about my trust rating? I am too. Bitcointalk users ‘Lauda’ and ‘gmaxwell’ have abused their superior powers in trust system to align their views with the ‘correct views.’ In no legal system in any jurisdiction do we have a definition for what Bitcoin is, they do not have the power to tell us what it is based on the rule of law.
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