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November 11, 2017, 11:56:57 PM
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The following article on pastebin was brought to my attention, and is very alarming to say the least. I have absolutely no idea whether it's credible or no, however I figured I would share, so you guys can weigh in and maybe set the record straight. Just to report, I am a btc holder, who is hodling and getting a bit concerned. link below.


https://pastebin.com/n0aGBMQr

Now that Bitmain is signaling SegWit on LTC, they need to do the same for BTC
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November 12, 2017, 01:00:40 AM
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Interesting. I hope this will be only sci-fi, not reality. Who knows anyways, good luck to all
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Interesting. I hope this will be only sci-fi, not reality. Who knows anyways, good luck to all

It looks like it could be a hoax, but BCH has over taken BTC in Hashing power.

Now that Bitmain is signaling SegWit on LTC, they need to do the same for BTC
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