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December 10, 2019, 10:23:19 AM
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Nobody is forcing you to use Segwit by the way

Suuuurrrre.

People changed the bitcoin protocol.... other people didn't adopt those protocol alterations (segwit and opdsv).   It's quite simple.

Nobody is forcing you to use a Bech32 adress, you can use a Legacy adress.

https://medium.com/@buddhasource/bitcoin-legacy-vs-segwit-wallet-address-what-is-the-difference-cb2e71ab8381
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December 10, 2019, 12:18:43 PM
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Nobody is forcing you to use Segwit by the way

Suuuurrrre.

People changed the bitcoin protocol.... other people didn't adopt those protocol alterations (segwit and opdsv).   It's quite simple.

Nobody is forcing you to use a Bech32 adress, you can use a Legacy adress.

https://medium.com/@buddhasource/bitcoin-legacy-vs-segwit-wallet-address-what-is-the-difference-cb2e71ab8381

Nobody is forcing u to use a coin that runs on up to 3 different histories, has nothing to do with BitCOin any more - but has ticker BTC

Use something much more transparent and scalable

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December 10, 2019, 06:39:20 PM
Last edit: December 11, 2019, 08:03:27 AM by hv_
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PoW also means,
Go and search things, figure it out

https://bitcoinsv.io/genesis-hard-fork/#config

Nothing is closed, but trolls brains

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https://bitcoinsv.io/2019/10/30/bitcoin-sv-node-v0-2-2-beta-release/
https://github.com/bitcoin-sv/bitcoin-sv

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December 11, 2019, 03:26:48 AM
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If BSV would have won the Hash War, there would be no BSV. It would still be called "Bitcoin Cash."

Because -- obviously -- the most important aspect of a protocol is what the public chooses to call it. /sarc



If BSV would have won the Hash War, there would be no BSV. It would still be called "Bitcoin Cash."

Because -- obviously -- the most important aspect of a protocol is what the public chooses to call it. /sarc

Again, you're being willfully obtuse in an attempt to muddy the issue. That has nothing to do with the point I was making, which is that Craig didn't plan on losing the hash war. Only afterward did he scramble to create an independent identity for his blockchain. Regardless, "Bitcoin SV" is the name given to the project by Craig, not the public, so I don't even understand what your point was.

My point was that the claim that BitPotus' specious claim that BSV "is based on the lies of Craig" is false, and that BSV is instead based upon the original Bitcoin protocol. To which you -- in the dissembling fashion you typically employ -- waded in with yet another deflecting non-sequitur.

Can you point to anyone having gone to war planning to lose? What the heck was your point?

How limited is your attention span?





Stop trying to pretend like BSV started out with the mission to re-create the "Original Bitcoin" (+ enormous amounts of data stuffed in its blocks). It didn't. It started out with the mission of being Bitcoin Cash.

Sure. And Bitcoin Cash's original mission was to be a defuckified version of Bitcoin i.e., re-creating the original Bitcoin.

Time isn't after us.

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December 11, 2019, 12:23:19 PM
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I see at least 3 different 'ticker' Projects still running a hash war on SHA256

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December 12, 2019, 06:59:11 PM
Last edit: December 13, 2019, 04:04:26 PM by hv_
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New miners on the block?

https://coingeek.com/shenzhen-mining-pool-nourpool-mines-first-bsv-block/

Nour!


Why?  

Cause facts more important than opinion. Love that brain

https://mobile.twitter.com/CryptoBlueBird/status/1205140010858635275


Extent

Sure Bitcoin can do what all other scammy coins promis. But better and compliant.

https://mobile.twitter.com/EdPownall/status/1205475783998951424

2020 gonna be fun


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December 13, 2019, 09:25:33 PM
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Epic
People can pay BTC and BCH to merchants in BSV Network soon, 0-conf, no jam and traceability. It looks better then LN😀
https://twitter.com/i/status/1205536882592903168

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Tech Prophet George Gilder openly admits he believes Craig Wright CSW is Satoshi Nakamoto
https://youtu.be/U6gV5yHKwC8

"The existing Visa credit card network processes about 15 million Internet purchases per day worldwide. Bitcoin can already scale much larger than that with existing hardware for a fraction of the cost. It never really hits a scale ceiling."  Satoshi Nakamoto, April 2009          Avoiding taxes is totally legal if you consider and respect the law.
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December 16, 2019, 09:23:32 PM
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Epic
People can pay BTC and BCH to merchants in BSV Network soon, 0-conf, no jam and traceability. It looks better then LN😀
https://twitter.com/i/status/1205536882592903168

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Tech Prophet George Gilder openly admits he believes Craig Wright CSW is Satoshi Nakamoto
https://youtu.be/U6gV5yHKwC8

Yes, this is fun. And there is no identity proof by signing with a key. Not registered before...

Anyhow tax and other deductions are real proof, even deep understanding of Bitcoin as it should be.

https://mobile.twitter.com/jimmy_crypto/status/1206234651662192640

Ponzibtc doesnt hodl sov

Not safu

Play games on bsv is fun

Peergames.com. Helps a lot getting over crypto winter

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December 16, 2019, 11:08:30 PM
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See as here, investors tired of rivalries in the cryptosphere. Digital currency communities would benefit from stopping fighting in the public arena.  It's as if the CEO of Coca-Cola is starting to say how bad he feels about his counterpart at Pepsi. On the one hand, it doesn't interest anyone and on the other hand, it reflects a feeling of helplessness and smallness.

Digital currencies are at the crossroads of several worlds. On the one hand, there are the visionaries and dreamers who wish to reinvent our economy and our relationship to currencies by promising total decentralization. Then there are the programmers, coders and developers who hope to create the most efficient code possible and an inviolable blockchain, guaranteeing its promises. Then there are the curious and the converted who are conquered by technology and wish to use crypto-currency on a daily basis, perhaps also out of frustration or mistrust of established authorities, a devilish subject in the spirit of the times. Finally, there are investors who understand the potential of digital currencies and want to benefit from potential economic spinoffs. Most of them obviously expect gains in traditional currencies.

As you will have understood, everyone's interests diverge. If for purists, the code is synonymous with god, for investors, what matters is which digital currency will win favour.

One thing is certain, the overabundance of altcoins harms everyone because bright minds are scattered among communities and the general public no longer knows which crypto-currency to choose. It is to be hoped that some tokens will disappear definitively in 2020 to allow solid projects to recover.

As for Bitcoin SV, the BSV price is about $90 today but trading volumes are low. The digital currency is doing better than many had predicted, but its promoters would do well to propose a solid roadmap for 2020/2021.


Exactly, I propose we unplug Ethereum and you'll see 9999 less shitcoin! Practical for focus, isn't it?


XBT / BTC are not same of original source code set in stone only by Satoshi Nakamoto check here https://github.com/bitcoin and compare with https://github.com/bitcoin-sv You will see the facts, what became technically XBT / BTC modified because implemented by Core and named Bitcoin is very far from the original. You will notice that the BSV code is in conformity with Satoshi Nakamoto's masterpiece thanks to nChain which cleaned the code of the successive incrementations (SegWit and others) that Core had imposed by voice of community BIP against what Satoshi has created. I'm convinced that BitcoinSV (BSV) is the best technological opportunity of capacity for use and stable build on original Bitcoin protocol.
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December 16, 2019, 11:09:58 PM
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Hello I'm a new user, what wallet would you suggest for cold storage for BSV?
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December 16, 2019, 11:11:52 PM
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Hello I'm a new user, what wallet would you suggest for cold storage for BSV?


Hi, i welcome you Cool i suggest you check out https://bitcoinsv.io/services/wallets-and-exchanges/



XBT / BTC are not same of original source code set in stone only by Satoshi Nakamoto check here https://github.com/bitcoin and compare with https://github.com/bitcoin-sv You will see the facts, what became technically XBT / BTC modified because implemented by Core and named Bitcoin is very far from the original. You will notice that the BSV code is in conformity with Satoshi Nakamoto's masterpiece thanks to nChain which cleaned the code of the successive incrementations (SegWit and others) that Core had imposed by voice of community BIP against what Satoshi has created. I'm convinced that BitcoinSV (BSV) is the best technological opportunity of capacity for use and stable build on original Bitcoin protocol.
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December 16, 2019, 11:15:58 PM
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Hey very fast here thank you very much for your help.
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Hey very fast here thank you very much for your help.

np with great pleasure, don't hesitate to look around here https://bitcoinsv.io/services/applications/ there are fabulous multiple solutions developed by talented people Smiley


XBT / BTC are not same of original source code set in stone only by Satoshi Nakamoto check here https://github.com/bitcoin and compare with https://github.com/bitcoin-sv You will see the facts, what became technically XBT / BTC modified because implemented by Core and named Bitcoin is very far from the original. You will notice that the BSV code is in conformity with Satoshi Nakamoto's masterpiece thanks to nChain which cleaned the code of the successive incrementations (SegWit and others) that Core had imposed by voice of community BIP against what Satoshi has created. I'm convinced that BitcoinSV (BSV) is the best technological opportunity of capacity for use and stable build on original Bitcoin protocol.
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December 16, 2019, 11:27:12 PM
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It's great I found everything I needed thanks to you! Thank you again! Long life to Bitcoin Satoshi Vision
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December 17, 2019, 04:39:15 AM
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There is a lot that (the real) nutildah says with which I do not agree.

However, this nutlidah impostor should rethink their approach. It seems evident that the username was chosen to intentionally deceive. Very poor taste. I doubt you're fooling anyone. You're only making yourself look bad.

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Oh Gawd. Try to live right, and this is how one is rewarded. Note: ^^^ not me.

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Please help your fellow BSV-er (wrighter? what do you call yourselves?):

BSV-er is fine for me. Wrighter, OTOH, I'm not answering to.

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I'm sure someone here has a large enough bag for that, right?

Right. But I ain't lending. Not to an unknown, certainly. More than that, I ain't lending to nobody since one of my friends got unjustly popped by the feds for ostensibly 'operating an unlicensed money transfer business'. Later all charges dropped, it still cost him like a quarter million bux, at least one client, and untold hours of his life.

So, thanks but no thanks.



I'm sure someone here has a large enough bag for that, right?

C'mon, man!  You know trolls don't actually live the lies they spread.  Who in their right mind would hold on to 1 BSV, let alone 100? 

Clueless.

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Right. But I ain't lending. Not to an unknown, certainly. More than that, I ain't lending to nobody since one of my friends got unjustly popped by the feds for ostensibly 'operating an unlicensed money transfer business'. Later all charges dropped, it still cost him like a quarter million bux, at least one client, and untold hours of his life.


May I ask what does that quarter million bux account for if the charges were dropped? Lawyer fees? If that's the case that's a really fucked up system yeah.

Was it bitcoin related or just regular fiat loans that somehow turned wrong?

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Right. But I ain't lending. Not to an unknown, certainly. More than that, I ain't lending to nobody since one of my friends got unjustly popped by the feds for ostensibly 'operating an unlicensed money transfer business'. Later all charges dropped, it still cost him like a quarter million bux, at least one client, and untold hours of his life.


May I ask what does that quarter million bux account for if the charges were dropped? Lawyer fees? If that's the case that's a really fucked up system yeah.

Was it bitcoin related or just regular fiat loans that somehow turned wrong?

Extortion, if you ask me. Under color of law. Bitcoin. It's all pretty well documented in old posts on this here forum.





Right. But I ain't lending. Not to an unknown, certainly. More than that, I ain't lending to nobody since one of my friends got unjustly popped by the feds for ostensibly 'operating an unlicensed money transfer business'. Later all charges dropped, it still cost him like a quarter million bux, at least one client, and untold hours of his life.


May I ask what does that quarter million bux account for if the charges were dropped? Lawyer fees? If that's the case that's a really fucked up system yeah.

Was it bitcoin related or just regular fiat loans that somehow turned wrong?

Extortion, if you ask me. Under color of law. Bitcoin. It's all pretty well documented in old posts on this here forum.

Then I guess you mean that guy (can't remember the nick) that has its website in the sig where he explains it all. Yeah, I remember it. Really fucked up story.

Yup. BurtW. And yes, I count him as a friend. And a cautionary tale about this fucked up world in which we live. Introduced me to Bitcoin, as a matter of fact.

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P.S.: I see you still have that "heresy" thing in your sig. I don't know if it is just that Lauda retracted that shit or that it isn't showing because he/she is not on DT1 anymore. Anyways, maybe it is time to already turn the page as it is unimportant anymore? Just saying.

Thanks for the suggestion. Just checked. Lauda still has me negged. For no reason other than s/he doesn't like the fact that I like the other Bitcoins. This predates DT1 by a large margin. Hence hir participation in DT1 is irrelevant. For that matter, DT1 is irrelevant in and of itself. So there's that too.

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Right. But I ain't lending. Not to an unknown, certainly. More than that, I ain't lending to nobody since one of my friends got unjustly popped by the feds for ostensibly 'operating an unlicensed money transfer business'. Later all charges dropped, it still cost him like a quarter million bux, at least one client, and untold hours of his life.


May I ask what does that quarter million bux account for if the charges were dropped? Lawyer fees? If that's the case that's a really fucked up system yeah.

Was it bitcoin related or just regular fiat loans that somehow turned wrong?

Extortion, if you ask me. Under color of law. Bitcoin. It's all pretty well documented in old posts on this here forum.

Then I guess you mean that guy (can't remember the nick) that has its website in the sig where he explains it all. Yeah, I remember it. Really fucked up story.

Yup. BurtW. And yes, I count him as a friend. And a cautionary tale about this fucked up world in which we live. Introduced me to Bitcoin, as a matter of fact.




Yup, BurtW that's the guy.

I know what kind of fucked up world I live in. Even though I reckon that most any time in the past was way more fucked up though.

Wanna know how I got started in Bitcoin? I'll tell you anyways:

I never had much income, but enough to save some year after year since I was twentysomething. Again not much, maybe one year 200€, other 3000€, sometimes more sometimes less... everything added up year after year... for a bunch of years.

Then I thought I needed to have some spare cash at hand, outside the bank. No matter if it wouldn't give me interest but, you know, just an in case I "accidentally killed someone or anything" and had to immediately run out of the country thing. Or something I could have free from seized for whatever reason (be it accidentally or well deserved).

It wasn't much, maybe 10K€ cash, enough to sustain for a while on the run if that ever happened. Maybe at some point it was more than that, but not much more and that's unimportant.  

Then I heard about Bitcoin. So I thought it wouldn't hurt to exchange $3K€ into it, just in case. At that point a BTC was like 50€. I went to localbitcoins and looked at the ads for a local in cash meeting. It would have been around 60 BTC. It turned out none of ads were "real". It was all transfer me the money and I transfer you the BTC, either via bank transfer or paypal. That really turned me off because it was the off-bank money that I wanted to exchange. Haven't you ever heard me saying never mix banking fiat with out-the-system fiat? Well, that's my motto.

But that motto ended me with a lame 2 BTC purchase for 100€ via paypal just to test the waters. Instead of the 3000€/60BTC I really tried hard to exchange in person to no avail.

Of course one could argue that if buying BTC at that time were easier it would have not been priced so low. That's fair.

Anyways.... the main point of my story is that... I went to Bitcoin because I wanted to have some (no matter how little) money stored "out of the system". Probably that's also the reason I didn't ever sell in the subsequent rises (kept buying instead... at way higher prices though).

Yes, I do know how fucked up the system can be if it goes against you. Some insurance against it is very wise move. Never went into this to turn "rich"... even though I almost dreamed about it when BTC was at $20K and it looked like it could keep going. For me it was just a "hedge"/insurance. It still is... even if now I sometimes dream of obtaining some richness out of it too.



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