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November 11, 2017, 08:38:26 PM
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https://blockchain.info/unconfirmed-transactions

126K unconfirmed transactions and climbing.   Huh Huh

What happens if it goes to 200k?  500k? what if the miners dip out and no transactions can even be confirmed?  Undecided

same old scenario way back BCH fork also clogged and spammed.the so called market manipulation,and people believe they will profit frm bch.hold your coins guys this is the way to 10k$.im just waiting for the dip and buy more btc.bitcoin will survive again!

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November 11, 2017, 08:43:09 PM
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this a just manipulation of people who have made garbage so as to create a confusion of miners , the block should be above 2mb to immediately in the miners confirmation is that true? this makes altcoin up ,I include my colleague issued our income in the form of altcoin to be quickly accepted
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November 11, 2017, 08:44:40 PM
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The BTC 24h volume almost doubled for the last time, people are dumping it after the latest news. There is nothing strange that you see a lot of unconfirmed transactions now.

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November 11, 2017, 10:08:33 PM
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The BTC 24h volume almost doubled for the last time, people are dumping it after the latest news. There is nothing strange that you see a lot of unconfirmed transactions now.

According to you if the volume doubles it means people are dumping it. Great thinking. What if the volume doubles because people who bought it today are moving it out of exchanges? What if it doubles because people are moving coins to exchanges to profit from volatile market and trade a bit?
If people were dumping it you wouldn't see $6000 right now but at least 1k less.

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November 11, 2017, 10:25:53 PM
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The BTC 24h volume almost doubled for the last time, people are dumping it after the latest news. There is nothing strange that you see a lot of unconfirmed transactions now.
Also, we saw that bitcoin miner fees is too high now. On blockchain wallet, The standard transactions fees is around 10$, It's too high for a transaction. So we should wait and save our bitcoin this days until bitcoin miner fees will drop again.

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November 11, 2017, 10:34:59 PM
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The BTC 24h volume almost doubled for the last time, people are dumping it after the latest news. There is nothing strange that you see a lot of unconfirmed transactions now.

It is artificial situation, old spamming methods for some purpose. The latest news are good for btc

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November 11, 2017, 10:36:01 PM
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Jihan wuu takes his hashpower to bitcoin cash almost catch bitcoin hashpower for moment it is bcc 5.03 exahashes per second and bitcoin 5.09 per second but i guess this money hungry speculator will dump his own bcc at a good price soon.
if they move entire hash to bcc they now tehy will lose their btc also. he dont he just play with the market.
this is the why centralized cyrpto is sucks and a %100 centralized bitcoin cash will not be successful.
he didn't understand the soul of bitcoin yet. My guess in future when he totally centralized his bitcoin cash  someone from Chinese government will teach him a great lesson.
here link last hashes powers:
https://fork.lol/pow/hashrate

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November 11, 2017, 10:38:39 PM
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Miners power is really worrying me. I didn't know how much they can affect the market. Now I think there is something more important than supply and demand which determines the prices. " Miners are determining the prices. "

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November 11, 2017, 10:39:53 PM
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My last transaction took too long to be confirmed which was really strange at the moment, i sent some btc 2 days ago using regular transaction fee and i had to wait about 4 hours to see the first confirmation. With all these unconfirmed transactions i believe something big is going to happen and bitcoin network will never be the same.

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November 11, 2017, 10:40:47 PM
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Tried sending some BTC from GDAX to Bittrex. It's been a few hours not. Nothing Sad BTC really has to solve the transaction issue (both speed and price).
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November 11, 2017, 10:46:57 PM
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https://blockchain.info/unconfirmed-transactions

126K unconfirmed transactions and climbing.   Huh Huh

What happens if it goes to 200k?  500k? what if the miners dip out and no transactions can even be confirmed?  Undecided

Roger Ver and his crew are spamming the network as it was predicted by anyone smart. There is an ongoing attack on bitcoin right now, with strong propaganda coming from the Roger Ver big blocker camp which consists on media propaganda while spamming the bitcoin network. Their goal is to trick the market into assuming that the market wanted bigger blocks, to make them think rejecting segwit2x was a mistake, so they will have more support next time. Of course outside the ongoing manipulation, there's no real support for big blocks. They will run out of money, and once this happens, BCash will dump and BTC will continue growing as usual. Get out of BCash while you can.

I'm with you on this one. This is just an attempt to try to make the market believe that is regretting not having accepted the 2x fork. Since bcash is no the best options for big blocks, they are trying to create the impression that everyone is now searching for big blocks in bcash, since they won't have them on bitcoin.

Roget Ver wont get out of money soon, because he definitely has a lot of bitcoins, and we all knew this would happen sometime. I think this is just going to be another test for bitcoin, and as usual, when bitcoin passed this tests, it gets stronger than it was before.


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November 12, 2017, 12:13:35 AM
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Miners power is really worrying me. I didn't know how much they can affect the market. Now I think there is something more important than supply and demand which determines the prices. " Miners are determining the prices. "

Without miners, there wouldn't be transaction confirmation.  That's the issue with ASIC farms controlling the game; mining is no longer decentralized nor possible by the average populace.  I'm very curious how this will pan out considering we're leading up to mining only being done by the wealthy and powerful.  Ironic, considering the original intent of what bitcoin was to represent.
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November 30, 2017, 10:23:21 PM
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jihanese asic owners fighting bad
why bitcoin devs didn't change to different algorithm when Chinese became the majority?
My guess they want to keep hashrate advantage because hashrate usually followed by price.
now when jihan pist transcation times goes days but thats all he can do lol.

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