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May 30, 2018, 12:48:26 AM
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Presenting Bitcoin Core (BTCC)

BTCC has its own chain, it's not moving to an Omni token model, there's no need for it.
DON'T BUY ANY OMNI OR ERC-20 TOKEN CALLING ITSELF BTCC.
Don't waste your hard-earned bitcoins for any token scam.

Bitcoin Core is a return to the Core values of Bitcoin.
The true vision of Bitcoin Core is to compliment Bitcoin, and run along side it, by acting as an express lane for core values, speed and privacy.

Big Blocks without the corrupted billionaires & scammers (no Bitmain, no Calvin Ayre, no Faketoshi etc.)

Translations: Chinese / 中文

Featuring:
  • Peaceful co-living alongside Bitcoin by using 10333/10332 ports and different paths+filenames
  • 8MB blocks (also the biggest block ever mined at 7,999,183 bytes)
  • Fastest block-times! 1 minute per block - suitable for merchants and shops
  • DAA evolved squared - faster - better - more reactive
  • No premine!
  • No extra OPCODEs against the True Vision(tm)
  • A bright history of Clashic-ness

NEW VERSION v0.16.2
https://github.com/bitcoin-cored/bitcoin-cored/releases

Hard-fork upgrade at block height 588672 (Aug 16th, 2018). Upgrade now!

  • We move from BCH's broken DAA to a better more reactive Difficulty Adjustment algorithm to handle hashing power variance
  • & of course blocktimes are reduced to 1-minute!
  • This means the capacity increased by 10x!


Roadmap:

Overview Videos:

Specs:
- PoW: sha256 (Bitcoin)
- Blocks: 1mins
- Difficulty Adjustment: Enhanced DAA for flexible reactions to mining variance

Distribution: - Do I own any Bitcoin Core (BTCC)?
Since it was Bitcoin, then BCH/BCL and now BTCC, the blockchain was always publicly mined by a multitude of people.
- If you had BTC on block #478558, then you got BCH after that hardfork.
- If you had BCH on block #504031 then you got BCL (Clashic) after that hardfork.
- If you had BCL on block #576697, then you got BTCC (Bitcoin Core).
No changes were done on the coin supply or distribution. BTCC had and follows the normal mining of a blockchain, no airdrops etc.

Sites:

Nodes/Wallets: https://github.com/bitcoin-cored/bitcoin-cored/releases
Github: https://github.com/bitcoin-cored/bitcoin-cored
Discord: https://discord.gg/cwpeGPk

Exchanges:

Block explorers:

Mining pools (sha256):


Supported at:
- Portfolio apps: Blockfolio, Delta

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History:
chainspl.it correctly has the events:
Block height: 478559 - Bitcoin Clashic forked from Bitcoin.
Block height: 504032 - BCH forked from Bitcoin Clashic, but Clashic kept going on the original True Vision chain.
Block height: 576698 - Bitcoin Clashic upgraded (forked) and ascended as Bitcoin Core (BTCC).
First, it was done so it can run without issues on the same machine with Bitcoin and secondly to add tx-replay protection from BCH.

Notable events:
At block height 552393, Bitcoin Core mined the biggest ever block with size 7,999,183 bytes (bigger than any BCH block).

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Bounties: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4360184.0 - Youtube Tutorials of setting up the wallet etc.


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May 30, 2018, 12:49:44 AM
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May 30, 2018, 02:41:43 AM
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Nice very nice
So funny guys  Wink


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May 30, 2018, 02:51:04 AM
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This is really cool. I hope it is a success!
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May 30, 2018, 03:10:05 AM
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Thanks guys Wink There's a great innovative roadmap ahead, we hope to present in an interesting way soon Wink

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May 30, 2018, 09:04:48 AM
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The unofficial thread was closed/locked
Lets keep the things all in one place... here!  Wink

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May 30, 2018, 10:14:44 AM
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May 30, 2018, 10:25:35 AM
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Dev the connection of the wallet it's too slow
Please add node
Thanks
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May 30, 2018, 12:30:39 PM
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What continent? There are already beefy machines on the network.

Try adding extra nodes from https://bitnodes.earn.com/nodes/?q=Bitcoin Core SQ:0.16.1 depending on your location

e.g. for US:
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clashic-cli addnode 172.110.30.38:10333
or EU
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clashic-cli addnode 51.15.4.174:10333
or Asia/Singapore
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clashic-cli addnode 139.99.121.9:10333
There are a lot available.

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May 30, 2018, 01:29:27 PM
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hahahahah this is brilliant and trolling lvl 1000000!
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May 30, 2018, 01:37:08 PM
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Is this a fork of Bitcoin or Bitcoincash??
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May 30, 2018, 01:38:14 PM
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How is this better than BTC or Bitcoin cash it doesn't show a comparison anywhere??
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May 30, 2018, 01:55:38 PM
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hahahahah this is brilliant and trolling lvl 1000000!
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Is this a fork of Bitcoin or Bitcoincash??
Technically everything is fork of Bitcoin, but if we want to be precise.
In November Bitcoincash hard-forked away and Bitcoin Clashic was born.
Now we add tx-replay protection and other goodies and forked from Clashic to Bitcoin Core.
I know, right? It's pretty genius  Cheesy

How is this better than BTC or Bitcoin cash it doesn't show a comparison anywhere??
We'll prepare an inforgraphic on that, but nothing is better than BTC Tongue

However when comparing BTCC to Bitcoin cash: we have the biggest mined block ever and we discarded the new OPCODEs since they are not part of the True Vision (tm)  Wink
We have the 2nd best PR team promoting Bitcoin Core: https://twitter.com/BitcoinCore_/status/1001153035530375168 and we've been mentioned multiple times on CNBC's Fast Money show.


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May 30, 2018, 02:05:32 PM
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ok everything is looking promising and hope it will grow at least like bitcoin gold, we'll see)
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May 30, 2018, 02:06:03 PM
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another fork BTC, why, the excitement was not see the point is my opinion good Luck to you
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May 30, 2018, 02:15:36 PM
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Is BTCC faster in speed, and lower in transaction cost than BCH and BTC??? Anyone??
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May 30, 2018, 02:20:06 PM
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okay, another bitcoin name, hopefully this can grow well like bitcoin cash, maybe to equate it will be a bit hard to do, but anyway, good luck
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People get kicked out of Telegram for asking normal questions. Like if BCH or BTC is faster than BTCC.

So I don't trust this company anymore. I think it is pathetic and untrustworthy to kick people out because of asking normal questions. Not even derogatory questions.
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May 30, 2018, 08:49:40 PM
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Is BTCC faster in speed, and lower in transaction cost than BCH and BTC??? Anyone??
Is BTCC faster in speed, and lower in transaction cost than BCH and BTC??? Anyone??

At the moment all 3 have same speed, but there is a soon-to-be-announced roadmap that will show how this will change.
As for the transaction costs, Using the logic of some BCHers like Ver, the BTCC is more than 120x cheaper to transact than BCH in fiat terms.
BTCC also has in plans a clever way to reduce the fees by more than 2 order of magnitudes.
The team currently works on polishing processes before going back to R&D and working on that innovative on-chain scaling.
All these without corrupted billionaires and scammers (Bitmain, Jihan Wu, Calvin Arye, Faketoshi & Ver).
This is by the people, for the people.

okay, another bitcoin name, hopefully this can grow well like bitcoin cash, maybe to equate it will be a bit hard to do, but anyway, good luck
Thank you!


People get kicked out of Telegram for asking normal questions. Like if BCH or BTC is faster than BTCC.

So I don't trust this company anymore. I think it is pathetic and untrustworthy to kick people out because of asking normal questions. Not even derogatory questions.
I think my answer on the top should clear things up.
By the way, there is no company, this is a completely decentralized cooperation of passionate volunteers about sending a message and giving power to truly decentralized development without bribes from companies/corporations and corrupted/egomaniac people.

> Big Blocks without the corrupted billionaires & scammers (no Bitmain, no Calvin Ayre, no Faketoshi etc.)

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