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Author Topic: [ANN] Bitcoin Cash - Pro on-chain scaling - Cheaper fees  (Read 646677 times)
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November 06, 2018, 06:47:46 PM
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Nice


https://coinspice.io/video/crypto-analyst-alex-fauvel-bch-innovation-just-barely-getting-started/


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November 06, 2018, 10:40:30 PM
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I have my BCH on a Trezor, should I move them before 15 Nov to claim both forks?

trezor works with electron cash

when you are in electron cash with your trezor select this server (bch.electrumx.cash) which runs an SV node or another one from the list on electrons website https://electroncash.org/nov2018.html .  You can check which server runs what node software in the banner when you connect (console tab)

Ok thanks, good to know!
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November 06, 2018, 11:11:34 PM
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If csw recommends to hold fiat instead of bch for the hf and coingeek tries to buy as much hashpower as possible and so far bch price has tanked so hard since ath, would be unfair to assume that calvin ayre sold his bch coins already and now tries to buy them back cheaply? Or is the use of Ockham's razor against intellectual weapon regulations?
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November 06, 2018, 11:20:32 PM
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I thought they didn't want CTOR is because buisnesses would have to change how they work, putting them slightly out of commision for a while? so now the plan is just to completely halt the network? thats not very useful for p2p cash.
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November 07, 2018, 01:05:46 AM
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November 07, 2018, 02:28:28 AM
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Is it possible to claim bitcoin cash without revealing which bitcoin address claimed the coins?
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November 07, 2018, 02:57:07 AM
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It seems bitcoin cash is doing great this weekend, I have seen its price increase even if BTC price falls and now and it is on the 600$ plus. Well played to all the investors and traders who had BCH. Cheers!

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November 07, 2018, 02:59:23 AM
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PUMP  PUMP  PUMP!!!

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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November 07, 2018, 03:07:20 AM
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this is a remarkable achievement, when BTC prices are difficult to increase, BCH has been able to improve well in the past few days.
I hope this will continue so that BCH can touch ATH again by 2019.

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November 07, 2018, 03:44:48 AM
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Did you get a source for this? I mean I think it would be just like Craig Wright to only fork off the BCH addresses of current wallet addresses...not the legacy

I can't speak to Electron Cash's implementation. (At least not yet) I think Jonald is not on the side of the SV fork.

Though your hypothetical does not seem logical to me. If the SV branch does not include old addresses, it necessarily turns its back on the 'original Bitcoin' theme.

SV does not include replay protection (why would they - that would also be turning its back on 'original bitcoin'), so there is the burden on the hodler to manage the split intelligently.

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How to easily split if somehow the Wright chain get some value

https://github.com/markblundeberg/coinsplitter_checkdatasig/releases/tag/3.3.1CS

I don't know the name Mark Blundeberg. Is he a major Electron Cash submitter? I only ask, as a forked wallet would be an excellent way to steal the coins of unsuspecting users.

Note I am not trying to malign monsieur Blundeberg. I just don't know. And this is crypto. Stay wary, my friends.

Edit: Jonald seems to have some modicum of confidence in Mr Lundeberg. From https://electroncash.org/nov2018.html :

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I, Jonald Fyookball, maintainer of Electron Cash, have checked the deterministic Windows build of Mark Lundeberg's coinsplitter and can confirm the following SHA256 checksum reproduces on my setup:

b307b23f86aa8ec600d43686e3bf75d41ed423ea54290632d61466f8ab904656 Electron Cash-3.3.1CS.exe

I have not, however, reviewed the full set of code differences from the official Electron Cash.

Though note the fact that the changes have not been thoroughly reviewed.

I seem to remember that a malfeasant fork of Electrum was the way many got scammed out of their Bitcoin Gold.

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November 07, 2018, 03:51:30 AM
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I have my BCH on a Trezor, should I move them before 15 Nov to claim both forks?

I guess it depends upon what you mean by 'claim'. Most of mine are on a HW wallet, though not Trezor. i can access the private keys from my HW wallet. Does Trezor allow this? (I would be astonished if not). Then you can always spend your UTXO to each/both/all fork. Though some manual manipulation may be required. Maybe import into a fork-aware wallet. But you'll be able to do so. Even years hence, should you not want to do anything just yet.

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November 07, 2018, 03:54:29 AM
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So is the fork now 100% confirmed?

None of the factions are capitulating, so it appears the fork is still the most likely outcome.

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When would it happen?

2018 November 15.

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Will it be 1:1?

Well, that is the way forks work. Though depending upon how many possible forks maintain a future life, it may be 1:1, 1:1:1, 1:1:1:1, or even some greater number of forks, depending upon who uses Bitcoin Unlimited, and how each user configures that client.

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November 07, 2018, 03:55:43 AM
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Are users coins safe while all these shitheads argue among themselves?

What ever do you mean?

Your private keys, your coins. Not your private keys, not your coins. Same as it ever was.

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November 07, 2018, 04:03:16 AM
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I thought they didn't want CTOR is because buisnesses would have to change how they work, putting them slightly out of commision for a while? so now the plan is just to completely halt the network? thats not very useful for p2p cash.

None of the forks halts the network. Most exchanges seem to be halting the trading of BCH on that exchange while the churn of the fork happens. But exchanges don't engage in on-chain transactions (other than funds in or out), they engage in database record manipulations.

If you want to engage in on-chain transactions, there is no system enforced halt. Though you may want to ensure you know the consequences of spending to/from a minority/majority chain.

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November 07, 2018, 06:26:32 AM
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How to easily split if somehow the Wright chain get some value

https://github.com/markblundeberg/coinsplitter_checkdatasig/releases/tag/3.3.1CS

I don't know the name Mark Blundeberg. Is he a major Electron Cash submitter? I only ask, as a forked wallet would be an excellent way to steal the coins of unsuspecting users.

Note I am not trying to malign monsieur Blundeberg. I just don't know. And this is crypto. Stay wary, my friends.

Edit: Jonald seems to have some modicum of confidence in Mr Lundeberg. From https://electroncash.org/nov2018.html :

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I, Jonald Fyookball, maintainer of Electron Cash, have checked the deterministic Windows build of Mark Lundeberg's coinsplitter and can confirm the following SHA256 checksum reproduces on my setup:

b307b23f86aa8ec600d43686e3bf75d41ed423ea54290632d61466f8ab904656 Electron Cash-3.3.1CS.exe

I have not, however, reviewed the full set of code differences from the official Electron Cash.

Though note the fact that the changes have not been thoroughly reviewed.

I seem to remember that a malfeasant fork of Electrum was the way many got scammed out of their Bitcoin Gold.

actually you are perfectly correct to be concerned IMO.  As I understand the fyookball guy is not able to be proven as a real person nor can he create a legit business to take electron cash to the next level of legitimacy..  to me those are worth mention here.

handcash made statement today they are ready for the fork and are SV node based. 

what is happening
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November 07, 2018, 11:09:15 AM
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bch is the stuff which dreams are made of
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November 07, 2018, 06:07:53 PM
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Forks tend to cause price action in the past.
Get your free money.
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November 07, 2018, 06:19:03 PM
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Forks tend to cause price action in the past.
Get your free money.

This is very common action what happen when this event comes near some people make profit and rest of the community start crying after filling their bags with huge amount of coins.
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November 07, 2018, 09:41:55 PM
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Again, folk on this thread have 'tried' to explain this to me before. But I'm still befuddled....so just checking...

IF you have a BTC paper wallet from 2015 with your BTC and of course 1st fork of BCH coin on that wallet from the first BCH fork.

AND you never have touched it. It still has its 'virgin' BTC and 'virgin' BCH sitting their patiently trolling you to blow it on girls and travel Sad

Do you have to move your BCH to an individual wallet BCH for this next BCH fork off of above original BTC 2015 paper wallet address chain to work?

Or will it act like all other forks of above with riginal BTC wallet with BCH on it....and you don't have to do zip...moving the BCH off of the legacy address?

Thus, does my original BTC and BCH wallet address from 2015 above act like the original 1st BCH wallet as well and no move is needed?

Hopefully, this clears up what I'm asking. I assume I can leave all this alone and this next BCH fork will be included in the 'varied attachments of many dubious

forked BTC coins' on this BTC paper wallet from 2015 Smiley

I'd think this is the case for all those BTC wallets that have yet to move off BCH off them yet from the very first BCH fork. Thus this next BCH fork

will act the same, without any action on my part. Or my 'paranoia' is justified and this next BCH forked coin off of BCH can only fork off a 'pure' BCH address..thus I'd better move off the BCH.

Probably more than 50% of folk never moving their original BCH off their original BTC...that would be a lot less of this BCH forked coin in the world if the fork is off of a generated BCH wallet address only!

Hopefully, what I'm asking makes sense...but use small words and pictures....for clarity...I seem to be getting 'dimmer' with age, dont' ya know. ...not that I'm paranoid..it is just that I'm very, very, paranoid. Smiley

(could be worse, I could work for NASA and screw up the technical communications as I did with previous posts on this thread to me on this and everyone dies.eaaaak!..best to grovel and just ask again Sad

thank you for your patience on this Smiley

I will labor to be less of an 'idiot' in the future Smiley

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