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Author Topic: [2018-06-21] Pokétoshi: Bitcoin Lightning Network Powers New Pokemon Game  (Read 26 times)
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June 21, 2018, 01:37:15 PM
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Pokétoshi: Bitcoin Lightning Network Powers New Pokemon Game

Developers are finding new ways to showcase the capabilities of Bitcoin’s Lightning Network and its micro-transactions. First, there was the digital canvas dubbed Satoshi’s Place, and now – Pokétoshi, a platform which enables you to play Pokémon via the Lightning Network.

http://bitcoinist.com/poketoshi-bitcoin-lightning-network-powers-new-pokemon-game/

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June 21, 2018, 02:52:51 PM
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An important point here is that unlike ETH, Bitcoin and Lightning operating on the second layer can handle this traffic with ZERO on-chain congestion and problems.

Mandatory reading -- ETH, EOS, BCH have all made fundamental scaling decisions that will severely impair them in the future - even to the point of implosion -- https://hackernoon.com/the-ethereum-blockchain-size-has-exceeded-1tb-and-yes-its-an-issue-2b650b5f4f62


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June 21, 2018, 08:58:25 PM
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An important point here is that unlike ETH, Bitcoin and Lightning operating on the second layer can handle this traffic with ZERO on-chain congestion and problems.

Mandatory reading -- ETH, EOS, BCH have all made fundamental scaling decisions that will severely impair them in the future - even to the point of implosion -- https://hackernoon.com/the-ethereum-blockchain-size-has-exceeded-1tb-and-yes-its-an-issue-2b650b5f4f62



I tried to sync Ethereum full node and it was too slow for me to handle, I then tried to sync pruned node and it was also too slow. I can't even imagine how bad it is now, and how horrible it will be in the future. And it's not like I have slow internet, other people reported the same problems, even some experts. I think coins with this model of scaling should stop being called cryptocurrencies at some point when their network of nodes run by community will turn into small network of datacenters, which would heavily resemble some networks that we have today, like Visa and Mastercard.

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June 22, 2018, 10:55:01 AM
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Nintendo allowed this? Huh
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