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October 28, 2017, 05:46:50 PM
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That is why that there must be no people to trust or invest in any kind of newly created coin because of Bitcoin's fork as it is only a copy cat of the original one and will serve no purpose at all but to only steal the fame of what Bitcoin already set to the whole world. If this statement of yours is really true then I am sure that this newly forked coin will be more worse than Bitcoin Cash.
i dont know what would be the support that this coin will received after the split, for miners they will be able to mine btc gold using gpu and what more?
after they mined they will sell it again to btc there's no real purpose same thing with bitcoin cash.
It is just very funny that it is obvious this coin will be a worthless piece of shit eventually.

No one obviously is ready to mine a shitty coin they cannot sell, everyone is ready to sell but no one is willing to buy, I am not sure even the devs will be ready to buy as they obviously may end up dumping their own with no one to buy them. It will crash to the point that you will beg in exchange for someone to buy at $0.01.














 

 

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October 28, 2017, 06:05:15 PM
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You damn right. Since the announcement of this shitcoin, i was already very skeptical about it. And later on knew that this coun really is nothing but a pooor effort to scam people. Which is probably why i didn't bother wasting time and effort to risk transferring my funds to an exchange that supports bitcoingold didn't even think of wasting time and money to buy a bitcoingold supporting wallet to claim my free dough. Let alone buying the shitcoin itself because i clearly saw through it. Trash. I puty those who bought a lot of this shitcoin bekieving it can be something somewhen. Oh well, toldy friends about this but didn't listen. It's their loss not mine. At least i told them.

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October 29, 2017, 01:58:39 PM
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That is why that there must be no people to trust or invest in any kind of newly created coin because of Bitcoin's fork as it is only a copy cat of the original one and will serve no purpose at all but to only steal the fame of what Bitcoin already set to the whole world. If this statement of yours is really true then I am sure that this newly forked coin will be more worse than Bitcoin Cash.
i dont know what would be the support that this coin will received after the split, for miners they will be able to mine btc gold using gpu and what more?
after they mined they will sell it again to btc there's no real purpose same thing with bitcoin cash.
It is just very funny that it is obvious this coin will be a worthless piece of shit eventually.

No one obviously is ready to mine a shitty coin they cannot sell, everyone is ready to sell but no one is willing to buy, I am not sure even the devs will be ready to buy as they obviously may end up dumping their own with no one to buy them. It will crash to the point that you will beg in exchange for someone to buy at $0.01.

Lol. It seems to that case right now. Btg has been on a steady decline since hitting .1 and i don't think it's anywhere close to recovering. It's even worse that bch. People aren't interested really in any untrusted coins right now since bitcoin is really breaking grounds and that's where the focus is.

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October 30, 2017, 02:24:36 PM
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I can not wait for bitcoin gold, will it be better than bitcoin cash or BCC? but I'm sure bitcoin is the main choice although it will appear bitcoin gold.
Bitcoin Gold… hmph, I don’t really know if this coin would turn out to be pretty good, cause from what I’m seeing, it might be very risky to invest on it. Just yesterday, I came across a post, though I never read the post, but it claims that the Bitcoin Gold Blockchain was hacked and was under break down.

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October 31, 2017, 04:37:27 PM
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This coin is one ridiculous coin that is beating my imagination in terms of its dropping in value that even before the official launch it has dropped in value beyond comprehension and that is just adding to the list of coins who might not be relevant in the next quarter. If the price can crash this much, I wonder what will happen on the 1st of November when a lot of people will have access to their BTGs?.
You are right it is the best time for the bitcoin and the importance of the bitcoin will remain the same so it is not the ridiculous at all, a lot of the people are now investing in the bitcoin and the bitcoin price is increasing more and more, the bitcoin is getting more and more wide and bitcoin is now being more and more famous so you will buy the bitcoin and get the profit from all the people so buy more and get more.

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November 09, 2017, 11:02:23 PM
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With the imminent release of bitcoin gold (another garbage, pointless coin) in the next 24 hours, it's a good time to remind everyone that the developers are shady. This is a China-miner lead fork, it serves no purpose other than the enrichment of the developers. According to Coinbase (https://support.coinbase.com/customer/en/portal/articles/2892196-bitcoin-gold-faq?b_id=13521), the developers are pre-mining 100,000 coins before releasing the code to the public. That's shady, garbage, self-enrichment behavior, and I hope this coin flames out because it's clearly designed to only enrich the developers. So essentially, after the fork happens, the only people mining will be the developers, and when they've determined they've made themselves rich enough, they'll release the code to the public while they probably dump their pre-mined coins.

Don't be one of the dummies buying.

Looks like bitcoin gold is finally getting a release date of this weekend for the rest of us peasants who haven't been privileged enough to part of the insiders pre-mining the heck out of it.

https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-gold-release-cryptocurrency-sunday/

Again, I can't reiterate enough how much I hope this project fails. Nothing about this was done in a way to uphold or advance the principles cryptocurrencies were founded on, and everything about it seems like a cover to enrich the developers. Bitcoin cash looks like a bunch of saints compared to these guys.


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