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Author Topic: [ANN] Bitcoin Cash - Pro on-chain scaling - Cheaper fees  (Read 703945 times)
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August 03, 2017, 10:04:45 PM
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So they are going to support it, but you can't get your coins until 1 Jan. 2018.  Sort of an odd response, but better than "All your bitcoincash belongs to us!"

They said they will list it "by" Jan 1st. So it could be anytime in between.

I think they want to see what happens in November with BTC first. That and they want to make sure the BitcoinABC protocol and code is not buggy.

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August 03, 2017, 10:05:13 PM
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So they are going to support it, but you can't get your coins until 1 Jan. 2018.  Sort of an odd response, but better than "All your bitcoincash belongs to us!"

Good idea delay until no one wants them because they are worthless
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August 03, 2017, 10:10:49 PM
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Coinbase won't add the support for it untill 2018. Since this is kind of locking them in I think it will provide support for the price.

Also since so many companies hold considerable amounts of bcc that technically isnt theirs it will provide price support also....i can't see a real reason to impulse dump other than the idea that there is only 1 supreme coin.
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August 03, 2017, 10:12:24 PM
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Why does this cost $500?

Where are all the dumpers, why is it not $1?

Are you all pulling legs?

because no real coin traded yet... slow network
Adding to that, Coinbase refuses to support Bitcoin Cash. Everyone knows coinbase holds the majority of bitcoin that circulates the market. So those who got bitcoin there can't get there Bitcoin Cash. And most of the exchanges right now do not accept deposit of Bitcoin Cash. So only a few coins are circulating right now.

not so fast.

https://blog.coinbase.com/update-on-bitcoin-cash-8a67a7e8dbdf
So they finally listened to everyone whining about it.
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August 03, 2017, 10:22:41 PM
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BCH fork created a very interesting situation for some price analysis. I'm very curious where it will go from now. I was absolutely sure it will be dumped to the ground from start, but I was wrong. I didn't retrieve BCH yet cause there's not safe enough wallet for me.

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August 03, 2017, 10:28:59 PM
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BCH fork created a very interesting situation for some price analysis. I'm very curious where it will go from now. I was absolutely sure it will be dumped to the ground from start, but I was wrong. I didn't retrieve BCH yet cause there's not safe enough wallet for me.

how to dump the coin when most people still are not able to sell it? just people with btc on exchanges where they got the bch directly were able to sell / trade - exchanges didn't accept deposit of bch, mining takes long so transactions, even after e.g. bittrex enabled now deposits, takes forever, some exchanges like coinbase give their customers the bch just within few months.
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August 03, 2017, 10:30:19 PM
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BCH fork created a very interesting situation for some price analysis. I'm very curious where it will go from now. I was absolutely sure it will be dumped to the ground from start, but I was wrong. I didn't retrieve BCH yet cause there's not safe enough wallet for me.

well, only now exchanges started to open their wallets. I suppose the dump will start with the next few blocks
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August 03, 2017, 10:31:40 PM
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Any one manage to get there bcc in to bitterex Yet.


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August 03, 2017, 10:34:12 PM
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Any one manage to get there bcc in to bitterex Yet.

I dont think there have been enough confirmations for anyone yet
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August 03, 2017, 10:44:01 PM
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Hi there, so I'm still wondering, is there any difference between a bitcoin cash transaction and a usual BTC transaction?  Is it just the difference between my transaction being placed in a BTC (<= 1 MB transaction) on main chain or as a transaction in a new Bitcoin Cash block. 

So if I have a transaction, as a user, is it just luck as to whether my transaction ends up in the BTC or the BCC chain? 

Thanks.
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August 03, 2017, 10:48:00 PM
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Hi there, so I'm still wondering, is there any difference between a bitcoin cash transaction and a usual BTC transaction?  Is it just the difference between my transaction being placed in a BTC (<= 1 MB transaction) on main chain or as a transaction in a new Bitcoin Cash block.  

So if I have a transaction, as a user, is it just luck as to whether my transaction ends up in the BTC or the BCC chain?  

Thanks.

No they are physically different coins you have to decide if you want to use BTC or BCH

Different wallets never use the same wallet on both chains

If you try to pay something in BTC and send BCH then you may have well of not sent it
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August 03, 2017, 10:48:27 PM
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Hi there, so I'm still wondering, is there any difference between a bitcoin cash transaction and a usual BTC transaction?  Is it just the difference between my transaction being placed in a BTC (<= 1 MB transaction) on main chain or as a transaction in a new Bitcoin Cash block. 

So if I have a transaction, as a user, is it just luck as to whether my transaction ends up in the BTC or the BCC chain? 

Thanks.

absolutely not. they're completely separate chains now. if you're using a bcash wallet connected to the bcash network that's where it stays.
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August 03, 2017, 10:49:57 PM
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Coinbase says:
We will dump youf BCH then we will buyback after the big dump, then if you are VERY lucky we will give it to you in like five or six months, if we want

Still better than polo
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August 03, 2017, 10:53:14 PM
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How secure is privkey import / export in Electrum bcc / btc core (electrum)?
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August 03, 2017, 10:54:18 PM
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People talking about doomed dump. Still price got from 0.155 to 0.17 till now. What a dump.
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August 03, 2017, 11:00:20 PM
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Hi there, so I'm still wondering, is there any difference between a bitcoin cash transaction and a usual BTC transaction?  Is it just the difference between my transaction being placed in a BTC (<= 1 MB transaction) on main chain or as a transaction in a new Bitcoin Cash block. 

So if I have a transaction, as a user, is it just luck as to whether my transaction ends up in the BTC or the BCC chain? 

Thanks.

absolutely not. they're completely separate chains now. if you're using a bcash wallet connected to the bcash network that's where it stays.

Tecmobile/ECB - thanks for the quick replies, I guess this means if I have unspent output X on main BTC branch, and I create transaction Y (BCC) using output x and also another transaction Z (BTC) using also unspent X, that I have effectively spent output x on both branches?
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August 03, 2017, 11:02:32 PM
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People talking about doomed dump. Still price got from 0.155 to 0.17 till now. What a dump.

Thing is bittrex etc are requiring 20 confirmations due to the limited mining support so its gonna take a day or 2 of these speedy transactions to get there
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August 03, 2017, 11:04:44 PM
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Tecmobile/ECB - thanks for the quick replies, I guess this means if I have unspent output X on main BTC branch, and I create transaction Y (BCC) using output x and also another transaction Z (BTC) using also unspent X, that I have effectively spent output x on both branches?

If you use something like the blockchain wallet you will send BTC but if you used electron cash for example you will send BCH

If you had 1 BTC before the fork and use electron cash to send 0.5 you will now have 1BTC and 0.5 BCH
If you had 1 BTC before the fork and use blockchain wallet to send 0.5 you will have 0.5BTC and 1BCH
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August 03, 2017, 11:13:47 PM
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Tecmobile/ECB - thanks for the quick replies, I guess this means if I have unspent output X on main BTC branch, and I create transaction Y (BCC) using output x and also another transaction Z (BTC) using also unspent X, that I have effectively spent output x on both branches?

If you use something like the blockchain wallet you will send BTC but if you used electron cash for example you will send BCH

If you had 1 BTC before the fork and use electron cash to send 0.5 you will now have 1BTC and 0.5 BCH
If you had 1 BTC before the fork and use blockchain wallet to send 0.5 you will have 0.5BTC and 1BCH

Can someone not create 2 separate transactions, one from electron cash and one from blockchain wallet, that use the same unspent output (UXO),therefore kind of double spending the unspent output.  Seems to me this is perfectly possible, and that both the BCC network and the BTC network will consider the transaction as valid.
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August 03, 2017, 11:16:58 PM
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Tecmobile/ECB - thanks for the quick replies, I guess this means if I have unspent output X on main BTC branch, and I create transaction Y (BCC) using output x and also another transaction Z (BTC) using also unspent X, that I have effectively spent output x on both branches?

If you use something like the blockchain wallet you will send BTC but if you used electron cash for example you will send BCH

If you had 1 BTC before the fork and use electron cash to send 0.5 you will now have 1BTC and 0.5 BCH
If you had 1 BTC before the fork and use blockchain wallet to send 0.5 you will have 0.5BTC and 1BCH

Can someone not create 2 separate transactions, one from electron cash and one from blockchain wallet, that use the same unspent output (UXO),therefore kind of double spending the unspent output.  Seems to me this is perfectly possible, and that both the BCC network and the BTC network will consider the transaction as valid.

The 2 chains cannot see what happens on the other after the fork meaning everything is separate but before then yes they are spending the same unspent outputs thats where the 2 coins come from
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