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Aureliusy
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October 02, 2017, 04:09:41 PM
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The unlimited cash (Central banking) award goes to every Bitcoin Fork?

Everybody buying bitcoins to get a free airdrop of coins .
Out of nothing  : Instant Moneyz, and brand recognition on day 1
Every respectable Older non forked alt coin  (yes they are bitcoin clones) bites the dust. Stability is for losers?

What is your opinion.

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October 02, 2017, 04:25:16 PM
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The unlimited cash (Central banking) award goes to every Bitcoin Fork?

Everybody buying bitcoins to get a free airdrop of coins .
Out of nothing  : Instant Moneyz, and brand recognition on day 1
Every respectable Older non forked alt coin  (yes they are bitcoin clones) bites the dust. Stability is for losers?

What is your opinion.

Think about it this way:

1) Bitcoin still has a 21 million coin limit. No matter how many forks they create, the 21 million coin limit will guarantee there isn't ridiculous inflation happening.
2) The more hardforks that happen, the more validated the original chain becomes. As more and more forks get nowhere, the real Bitcoin will shine even more and it will become obvious that hardforks are just altcoins that you receive for free if you are holding the real one.

The problem is Segwit2x pretends to get rid of the legacy chain and become the main chain, this is a terrorist act against bitcoin and this must be stopped by any means possible. Segwit2x is the biggest enemy of any real bitcoiner right now.
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