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August 22, 2017, 04:50:38 AM
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Really? I do not think so, BCH is just a new young coin. We can wait for them to be dimmed. Lots of coins that can rival her in my eyes. I even think BCH is still losing when compared with ethereum or litecoin as the first coin out.

Ethereum itself is not a coin so your arguments are not valid, in fact, you did not give any argument.

Let me give you one, for the sake of a debate - BCH now for several days is more profitable to mine, than Bitcoin, if >10% of the BTC's hashing power switches, the difficulty will make the block generation slower, it will >15 days for it to adjust.

The question is, how much more hash power will switch when this happens?

Ethereum is a shitcoin, premined, buggy, hacked and p & d, it is highly centralized. You cannot compare this with BCH.
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August 22, 2017, 04:53:31 AM
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The Bitcoin Cash blockchain is currently operating at 7% of the original chain's difficulty.


The original chain has grown 2.59GB more than the Bitcoin Cash blockchain.


It is currently 78.2% more profitable to mine on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain.

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August 22, 2017, 04:55:37 AM
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Bitcoin is still king and for sure bitcoin become more powerful and stronger everyear and the price for sure continue to increase.  Bitcoincash is part only of bitcon and I dont think become bitcoincash become bitcoin. I have bitcoincash in my wallet and I hope it will increase so  I can make a lot of profit in the future. I think if bitcoin price increase the bitcoincash also increase because the son of of bitcoin is bitcoincash.

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August 22, 2017, 11:14:08 PM
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BTC will be useless for on-chain transactions for the next few days, judging by the size of the mempool backlog.

BCC just got another mobile wallet - btc.com's wallet now supports BOTH BTC and BCC!
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August 23, 2017, 07:36:26 AM
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That's impossible . This is a stupid thought
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August 23, 2017, 07:40:28 AM
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20 minutes ago, to pay for something, 0.15 BTC, the fee was 0.015 for regular transaction. 10%.

It's not only inconvenient, easier to just pay with the credit/debit card...

Lets wait for October.
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August 23, 2017, 01:15:42 PM
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Meanwhile, the cost of BCH decreases.

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August 23, 2017, 02:08:28 PM
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I like bitcoin cash and actually i get profit from bch but bitcoin cash will never be the bitcoin because still much people can trust bitcoin cash and bitcoin cash is still new coin but yeah it's not make the percentage be 0% but the percentage is very low i think it's will very very hard for bch to be bitcoin even to reach 20.000.000 idr it's very hard for bch
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August 23, 2017, 03:07:42 PM
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BCH is a young coin and there will as many coins as this one in a few weeks or months. Some currencies will be probably disappeared or replaced by BCH, as a result it will increase its price and value in the crypto market. Just a suggestion.
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August 23, 2017, 04:12:46 PM
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Bcc would never be beyond an altcoin behind regular leaders like etherium. I don't think its going to go to the dirt but it won't have much sucess as well because it doesn't have that many followers. Probably not yet right now, but it will never catch up to btc

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August 23, 2017, 04:25:47 PM
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What we need in Bitcoin. Fast confirm and cheap fee.. Smiley) what miner need... they need old bitcoin. :/ but future is bitcoin cash... Why?Huh People buy bitcoin because it's first crypto. nothing else.. when crypto market grow up. many good coin will be born.. They fast, they anomynous, they have low fee... who will use bitcoin anymore?Huh bitcoin miner will corrupt. I think they must think about it. And soon we will move to bcc. In my opinion I still like other tech coin than bitcoin. But hope bitcoin core will have many plan to grow up bitcoin
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August 23, 2017, 09:23:47 PM
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If Bitcoin cash was gonna take over the market share it had to happen in a more even way right after the split.

I think they have lost there opportunity now
They never had any chance, bitcoin cash is just an altcoin and not a very good one, if bitcoin cash did not had bitcoin on its name no one will look at this coin for a single second and yet there is in one of the top places in market cap but I think that is not going to last for long.


They should change its name from bitcoincash to bitcoinshit because it's literally a shit from bitcoin. It will just be treated as trash for some few months.
I agree but there is nothing we can do at the moment, the speculators are probably making a fortune, and the miners are probably making some money on it if that was not the case then they will not mine that coin, but I think this cannot las for long since there is not a single use for bitcoin cash.
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August 23, 2017, 09:40:25 PM
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August 23, 2017, 10:54:12 PM
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These days BTC and BCC are playing ping pong stealing hashpower to each others. Miners move their machines to the chain which makes them more money. So the one which will make more money to miners will be the winner. We will discover which at some point.

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August 24, 2017, 12:53:57 AM
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Big blocks, miners and people with huge amount of storage will run the nodes, they will control everything. Bitcoin is supposed to be decentralized. You didn't even mention Lightning Network that will help Bitcoin improve scalability.
Bitcoin decentralized because of its own ability and strength among others.

Bitcoin Cash will continue falling until completely dead. It might take months or years or decades, but rest assured it will die with the rest and Bitcoin will survive.
Yes, it was definitely true will completely dead until the world doesn't use it anymore. Just take whatever tokens you want then it convert it. I assure that it will give you a nice benefits of holding it.

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August 25, 2017, 04:20:54 PM
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if this write up https://medium.com/@shludvigsen/traders-guide-to-bitcoin-cash-bitcoin-segwit-819933694b34 is correct, then one has to buy some BCH and hold.

Very interesting article, but I doubt BC will ever see another EDA scenario like we saw already.

I wrote that article, and I am happy you found it interesting. We have seen the EDA kick in several times now, and it will not stop until 1 Bitcoin Cash is worth more than 1 Bitcoin Segwit.
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August 25, 2017, 04:26:05 PM
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This is ridiculous lol, maybe OP is practicing how to type, yes I think so.

Or maybe something else? But I am sure he is very beginner to be confused to write something, yes he is confused I think.

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August 25, 2017, 04:28:15 PM
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if this write up https://medium.com/@shludvigsen/traders-guide-to-bitcoin-cash-bitcoin-segwit-819933694b34 is correct, then one has to buy some BCH and hold.

Very interesting article, but I doubt BC will ever see another EDA scenario like we saw already.

I wrote that article, and I am happy you found it interesting. We have seen the EDA kick in several times now, and it will not stop until 1 Bitcoin Cash is worth more than 1 Bitcoin Segwit.

I can't do anything reading that but laugh the hell out. Initially fee, then block sizes, then compression of transactions and now difficulty adjustments.
Why are people trying to trim everything here and not seeing what's getting increased? Do you think it will be easy for those who will install BCH's wallets on their PCs to keep up the space with its number of total blocks being mined? Just think that if it mines 6 blocks of 8 MB size each an hour (if it ever does), that would take 48 MB of space per hour, 1152 MB per day, 8064 MB per week and 419328 MBs per year. Can you afford?

  
  
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August 25, 2017, 05:14:01 PM
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if this write up https://medium.com/@shludvigsen/traders-guide-to-bitcoin-cash-bitcoin-segwit-819933694b34 is correct, then one has to buy some BCH and hold.

Very interesting article, but I doubt BC will ever see another EDA scenario like we saw already.

I wrote that article, and I am happy you found it interesting. We have seen the EDA kick in several times now, and it will not stop until 1 Bitcoin Cash is worth more than 1 Bitcoin Segwit.

I can't do anything reading that but laugh the hell out. Initially fee, then block sizes, then compression of transactions and now difficulty adjustments.
Why are people trying to trim everything here and not seeing what's getting increased? Do you think it will be easy for those who will install BCH's wallets on their PCs to keep up the space with its number of total blocks being mined? Just think that if it mines 6 blocks of 8 MB size each an hour (if it ever does), that would take 48 MB of space per hour, 1152 MB per day, 8064 MB per week and 419328 MBs per year. Can you afford?

When we have 8 MB blocks on average, the max blocksize limit will probably be a lot higher. The computers faster, broad band wider, storage cheaper etc.

You don't have to run a non-mining node to use bitcoin. Only 1 in 1000 do that today. And you don't have to run a node to mine either. Just use a pool like normal miners do.

It's only pools and maybe some businesses that have to run nodes. SPV is good enough for the rest. It's the miners/pools that enforce the rules on bitcoin, and they get paid to do it. If you are not mining, all you can do is observe with a full node. You may try to sybil attack, but it's useless because miners are very well connected between them.

If you don't trust miners to do this job right while they are incentivized to be honest, you should get out of bitcoin ASAP or read the whitepaper one more time, slowly.
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August 25, 2017, 05:57:20 PM
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OP make thread only with tilte bitcoin, LOL hahaha i think this newbie account talking bullshit.  Grin
I do not know what the people are talking about here. whether their talks are related to OP titles or not.

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