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March 09, 2019, 11:41:14 PM
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Ethereum will be the future unlike bitcoin which dont have a roadmap only lightning network which is offchain vitalik is trying to do something onchain even when it has raiden sooner we will see casper and sharding and ethereum shall be #1 i hope

This is the totally wrong when you compare ETH with BTC it doesn't make any sense because BTC is still ahead of all project in term of development and transparency and it has no competitor while on other side ETH have to face so many in coming days so it won't happen in future.


Another Ethereum argument: ETH has the most developers working on its base protocol of all cryptocurrencies, Ethereum is by far the most active at 99 monthly developers on average. Bitcoin has a healthy developer base as well, averaging over 50 developers per month.

Ethereum Has More Than Twice as Many Core Devs per Month as Bitcoin, Report Says - https://cointelegraph.com/news/ethereum-has-more-than-twice-as-many-core-devs-per-month-as-bitcoin-report

in market now hyip more important than real development. tron have several times less devcores than eth but grow more. although people will eventually understand that real development is more important than short hyip.


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March 09, 2019, 11:51:22 PM
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I believe so for the fact that ETH and BNB are two different cryptocurrencies of which if we compare the two, its very obvious that ETH has far more use cases and is a very superior than BNB. Smiley
isn't it, that BNB (binance coin) IS (till this moment anyway) a 'use case' of Ethereum platform ? 
also, for every transaction of BNB's , there has to be a ETH 'gas fee' ?

I was referring to the more superior project in which ETH is the fuel for an ever growing Ethereum ecosystem whilst BNB is a utility token on Binance platform. Simply put, if we could see the total number of transactions for each coin since in the beginning, then we could deduce which coin is more superior. Imho:)



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March 10, 2019, 12:06:28 AM
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Ethereum will be the future unlike bitcoin which dont have a roadmap only lightning network which is offchain vitalik is trying to do something onchain even when it has raiden sooner we will see casper and sharding and ethereum shall be #1 i hope

This is the totally wrong when you compare ETH with BTC it doesn't make any sense because BTC is still ahead of all project in term of development and transparency and it has no competitor while on other side ETH have to face so many in coming days so it won't happen in future.


Another Ethereum argument: ETH has the most developers working on its base protocol of all cryptocurrencies, Ethereum is by far the most active at 99 monthly developers on average. Bitcoin has a healthy developer base as well, averaging over 50 developers per month.

Ethereum Has More Than Twice as Many Core Devs per Month as Bitcoin, Report Says - https://cointelegraph.com/news/ethereum-has-more-than-twice-as-many-core-devs-per-month-as-bitcoin-report

in market now hyip more important than real development. tron have several times less devcores than eth but grow more. although people will eventually understand that real development is more important than short hyip.

it's a bunch of chinese gamblers that have nothing to do. if you can take advantage of them and scalp some money great, but long term it's just another shitcoin copycat
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March 10, 2019, 05:19:25 AM
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Don't know if there's any truth to the article but this made me really happy because if Samsung pay really integrate crypto to the payment platform we would be one step closer to the worldwide adaptation.

https://www.ccn.com/samsung-pay-10m-users-integrate-crypto

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March 10, 2019, 08:18:54 AM
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If you think ethereum is too risky, don't invest. I think ethereum has real potential and long-term investment decisions. If the founders make too much money, that's my good news Kiss



People who don't have any interest better move to another coin, ETH has very huge potential in the market due to market fluctuation the price of coin went very low in the market. I have strong faith in ETH price recovery we need to wait until the market starts recovering.

The one's who don't have a single idea of coding are the loudest to throw out criticism Grin  they are very comfortable making so much noise about someone else work even though they have nothing Undecided
i don't know what people want from eth, just like every other coin/token out there  eth is going according to market reaction, nothing is happening in the market, all coin/token are going at a very slow pace, can't do nothing about than be patient Wink

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i am just a 'noob' in crypto , and beginning to learn more about it ;
i just wonder, when 'common people' (like me) can pay with 'fins' in a shop , bakery, pub,  etc..... ?  Undecided
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hal_Finney_(computer_scientist)

https://presidiosports.com/2013/03/in-finney-home-fran-gives-care-quality-of-life-to-husband-hal/
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i am just a 'noob' in crypto , and beginning to learn more about it ;
i just wonder, when 'common people' (like me) can pay with 'fins' in a shop , bakery, pub,  etc..... ?  Undecided
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hal_Finney_(computer_scientist)
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Oh, my friend.
I known the story of Hal Finney, who passed by years ago due to his disease.
After saw your thread, I have a bad feeling regards to the image.
Then, I searched and found the article.
https://www.coindesk.com/hal-finney-bitcoin-words
It is real image of Hal Finney, I guess based on Google Search results.
So, I think that you should not post it here, as the way you show your respect to Hal Finney.
He is one of the most honourable bitcoin developers.

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March 10, 2019, 12:12:53 PM
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i am just a 'noob' in crypto , and beginning to learn more about it ;
i just wonder, when 'common people' (like me) can pay with 'fins' in a shop , bakery, pub,  etc..... ?  Undecided

It is easy.
1. Convert all your "fins" in bitcoins.
2. Sell your bitcoins to me.
3. You now have fiat currency and can pay in a shop, bakery, pub etc.
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March 10, 2019, 12:18:00 PM
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i am just a 'noob' in crypto , and beginning to learn more about it ;
i just wonder, when 'common people' (like me) can pay with 'fins' in a shop , bakery, pub,  etc..... ?  Undecided
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hal_Finney_(computer_scientist)
- image snipped to show respect -
Oh, my friend.
I known the story of Hal Finney, who passed by years ago due to his disease.
After saw your thread, I have a bad feeling regards to the image.
Then, I searched and found the article.
https://www.coindesk.com/hal-finney-bitcoin-words
It is real image of Hal Finney, I guess based on Google Search results.
So, I think that you should not post it here, as the way you show your respect to Hal Finney.
He is one of the most honourable bitcoin developers.
you are right, i changed the image of a more happier moment of him and his caring wife Fran.
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March 10, 2019, 12:25:20 PM
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i am just a 'noob' in crypto , and beginning to learn more about it ;
i just wonder, when 'common people' (like me) can pay with 'fins' in a shop , bakery, pub,  etc..... ?  Undecided

It is easy.
1. Convert all your "fins" in bitcoins.
2. Sell your bitcoins to me.
3. You now have fiat currency and can pay in a shop, bakery, pub etc.

nope, i would like it much easier ..... to pay 'fins' 'straight' to a shop, bakery, pub etc.  Tongue
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March 10, 2019, 01:10:20 PM
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Ethereum will be the future unlike bitcoin which dont have a roadmap only lightning network which is offchain vitalik is trying to do something onchain even when it has raiden sooner we will see casper and sharding and ethereum shall be #1 i hope

This is the totally wrong when you compare ETH with BTC it doesn't make any sense because BTC is still ahead of all project in term of development and transparency and it has no competitor while on other side ETH have to face so many in coming days so it won't happen in future.


Another Ethereum argument: ETH has the most developers working on its base protocol of all cryptocurrencies, Ethereum is by far the most active at 99 monthly developers on average. Bitcoin has a healthy developer base as well, averaging over 50 developers per month.

Ethereum Has More Than Twice as Many Core Devs per Month as Bitcoin, Report Says - https://cointelegraph.com/news/ethereum-has-more-than-twice-as-many-core-devs-per-month-as-bitcoin-report
very interesting and important information, thanks, good to know about it!
i am just a 'noob' in crypto , and beginning to learn more about it ;
i just wonder, when 'common people' (like me) can pay with 'fins' in a shop , bakery, pub,  etc..... ?  Undecided

It is easy.
1. Convert all your "fins" in bitcoins.
2. Sell your bitcoins to me.
3. You now have fiat currency and can pay in a shop, bakery, pub etc.

nope, i would like it much easier ..... to pay 'fins' 'straight' to a shop, bakery, pub etc.  Tongue
I am afraid never.. there is no such option that rulers will allow common people to become independent and opensource crypto couldn't be controlled enough
So I don't think it would be easy to use "fins" instead of fiat money..
But there is some shops accepting cryptocurencies over the world.
 

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March 10, 2019, 01:32:24 PM
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I am afraid never.. there is no such option that rulers will allow common people to become independent and opensource crypto couldn't be controlled enough
So I don't think it would be easy to use "fins" instead of fiat money..
But there is some shops accepting cryptocurencies over the world.
 

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March 10, 2019, 01:46:04 PM
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Ethereum will be the future unlike bitcoin which dont have a roadmap only lightning network which is offchain vitalik is trying to do something onchain even when it has raiden sooner we will see casper and sharding and ethereum shall be #1 i hope

This is the totally wrong when you compare ETH with BTC it doesn't make any sense because BTC is still ahead of all project in term of development and transparency and it has no competitor while on other side ETH have to face so many in coming days so it won't happen in future.


Another Ethereum argument: ETH has the most developers working on its base protocol of all cryptocurrencies, Ethereum is by far the most active at 99 monthly developers on average. Bitcoin has a healthy developer base as well, averaging over 50 developers per month.

Ethereum Has More Than Twice as Many Core Devs per Month as Bitcoin, Report Says - https://cointelegraph.com/news/ethereum-has-more-than-twice-as-many-core-devs-per-month-as-bitcoin-report

in market now hyip more important than real development. tron have several times less devcores than eth but grow more. although people will eventually understand that real development is more important than short hyip.
And i can't even understand about what are you talking about because we have discussed about ethereum and bitcoin. grow more for what? look at btt and how Justin was taking the advantage from the early pump.

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March 10, 2019, 01:52:46 PM
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Another Ethereum argument: ETH has the most developers working on its base protocol of all cryptocurrencies, Ethereum is by far the most active at 99 monthly developers on average. Bitcoin has a healthy developer base as well, averaging over 50 developers per month.

Ethereum Has More Than Twice as Many Core Devs per Month as Bitcoin, Report Says - https://cointelegraph.com/news/ethereum-has-more-than-twice-as-many-core-devs-per-month-as-bitcoin-report

in market now hyip more important than real development. tron have several times less devcores than eth but grow more. although people will eventually understand that real development is more important than short hyip.
And i can't even understand about what are you talking about because we have discussed about ethereum and bitcoin. grow more for what? look at btt and how Justin was taking the advantage from the early pump.
Even if that happen then this would be an amazing situation for the people around the world to know that ethereum is better than bitcoin in the developer side, but they were beaten in the users amount.

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March 10, 2019, 02:35:25 PM
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i am just a 'noob' in crypto , and beginning to learn more about it ;
i just wonder, when 'common people' (like me) can pay with 'fins' in a shop , bakery, pub,  etc..... ?  Undecided

It is easy.
1. Convert all your "fins" in bitcoins.
2. Sell your bitcoins to me.
3. You now have fiat currency and can pay in a shop, bakery, pub etc.

nope, i would like it much easier ..... to pay 'fins' 'straight' to a shop, bakery, pub etc.  Tongue

"Straight" is not possible. You have to prove that your "fins" have value in general. This is done only by selling them for bitcoins!
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March 10, 2019, 03:23:34 PM
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"Straight" is not possible. You have to prove that your "fins" have value in general. This is done only by selling them for bitcoins!
so, ... according to your reasoning, you 'claim' then, that ether has no value then, because a 'fin' (= 'abbreviation' of  finney = milli-ether = pwei = petawei = 0.001 ether ) ?  Undecided
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March 10, 2019, 03:57:12 PM
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Don't know if there's any truth to the article but this made me really happy because if Samsung pay really integrate crypto to the payment platform we would be one step closer to the worldwide adaptation.

https://www.ccn.com/samsung-pay-10m-users-integrate-crypto
That's really great for ethereum blockchain users that they can hold ETH in samsung s10, especially samsung supporting only ethereum.
But in my opinion they should also support BTC wallet in their latest phone but bad luck of BTC users.
Positive news coming about crypto market but prices are still stable, let's see next move of crypto market (up or down).

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March 10, 2019, 05:28:03 PM
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ethereum could perform well in next bull run? what do you think. share your thoughts.
https://bitcoinist.com/report-suggests-ethereum-may-outperform-bitcoin-in-next-bull-market/
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i am just a 'noob' in crypto , and beginning to learn more about it ;
i just wonder, when 'common people' (like me) can pay with 'fins' in a shop , bakery, pub,  etc..... ?  Undecided
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hal_Finney_(computer_scientist)
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Oh, my friend.
I known the story of Hal Finney, who passed by years ago due to his disease.
After saw your thread, I have a bad feeling regards to the image.
Then, I searched and found the article.
https://www.coindesk.com/hal-finney-bitcoin-words
It is real image of Hal Finney, I guess based on Google Search results.
So, I think that you should not post it here, as the way you show your respect to Hal Finney.
He is one of the most honourable bitcoin developers.
There seems to be even a Sirin Labs Finney smartphone.
https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/finney-blockchain-smartphone-sirin-labs-cryptocurrency-a8442076.html
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March 10, 2019, 08:47:47 PM
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ethereum could perform well in next bull run? what do you think. share your thoughts.
https://bitcoinist.com/report-suggests-ethereum-may-outperform-bitcoin-in-next-bull-market/

I think Ethereum could perform well on the next bull run but I do not think it could outperform BTC right now since most people are entertaining the idea and are excited on the next ATH for Bitcoin once the bull period begins. But rest assured, given its robust ecosystem, Ethereum could take over Bitcoin within 3 - 5 years from now. Imho.



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