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November 11, 2017, 06:24:38 PM
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Has Bitcoin had an attack like this before?  I know the Bitcoin cash split was discussed for several years before it occurred. 

But seeing the transactions mounting up like this is starting to concern me and I have no clue what the answer is.

I do not believe in Bitcoin Cash.  But if others do, then that means Bitcoin will sink.

What is the answer?  Should we just buy as many Bitcoin Cash coins as we have for Bitcoin, and hold both?  Or believe in the true original Bitcoin and not worry about this FUD?

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November 11, 2017, 10:48:14 PM
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Has Bitcoin had an attack like this before? 
I wouldn't call it an "attack" - an increase in trading volume by about 3 billion dollars may have contributed to this rise in transactions.
But seeing the transactions mounting up like this is starting to concern me and I have no clue what the answer is.
When you send a transaction, are you using SegWit?  If not, it's your fault.
What is the answer?  Should we just buy as many Bitcoin Cash coins as we have for Bitcoin, and hold both? 
Speak for yourself.  I owned BTC before August, so I own it already.
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November 11, 2017, 11:25:21 PM
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BCH trading is mainly pumped in korean exchanges especially in Bithumb exchange.It allows zero fee trading.Also,it is said that it allows wash trading in which the same financial instruments are bought and sold simultaneously which shows artificial activity in the market and price manupulation is done easily.

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November 11, 2017, 11:58:10 PM
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You never know in bitcoin I guess, but I'm still confident and will keep on holding my btc.
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