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May 05, 2020, 12:39:21 PM
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Here it should go

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVivnmVkoHc

and yes, you can do all of that on BitCoin
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May 05, 2020, 01:43:48 PM
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-3 trust and nobody's clicking on your bullshit

Lol - this is the segwit hodl ponzi world - trust.

Sane ppl are able to flip such sign to see why segwit is not BitCoin (that flips your trust as well - except 0 - lol)

have fun with hodl

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May 05, 2020, 02:18:39 PM
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-3 trust and nobody's clicking on your bullshit

Lol - this is the segwit hodl ponzi world - trust.

Sane ppl are able to flip such sign to see why segwit is not BitCoin (that flips your trust as well - except 0 - lol)

have fun with hodl

Never any fact's behind your claims you just say things and expect people to believe you?
Not all Bitcoin users HODL.. Some use it daily I can't recall the last time I used FIAT I just use BTC now so your "everyone HODL" is not true I also know many others who don't HODL. HODL is a choice you don't NEED to do it.

You keep banging on about Segwit and how it's "Not Bitcoin" care to explain your reasons behind this rather than just saying "Segwit is not bitcoin"  just saying that over and over will not make it true.

Please present your case...

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May 05, 2020, 03:30:06 PM
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-3 trust and nobody's clicking on your bullshit

Lol - this is the segwit hodl ponzi world - trust.

Sane ppl are able to flip such sign to see why segwit is not BitCoin (that flips your trust as well - except 0 - lol)

have fun with hodl

Never any fact's behind your claims you just say things and expect people to believe you?
Not all Bitcoin users HODL.. Some use it daily I can't recall the last time I used FIAT I just use BTC now so your "everyone HODL" is not true I also know many others who don't HODL. HODL is a choice you don't NEED to do it.

You keep banging on about Segwit and how it's "Not Bitcoin" care to explain your reasons behind this rather than just saying "Segwit is not bitcoin"  just saying that over and over will not make it true.

Please present your case...

there is a legal definition about BitCoin

read it up and compare what forks are sold using that unique label / promise / purpose  -  TERM SHEET

only BSV is max compliant to that - segwit is a funny way of ... what exactly ?


Not much to say here - the case is clear but you need to do own PoW / research - but why should you ?  

Nobody ows you to present sth

Nor Satoshi ows you anything more, but to respect his work and understand it - not altering it

This cannot be repeated more, but many wont get that


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May 05, 2020, 06:37:48 PM
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fucking shit coin fuck

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May 06, 2020, 03:55:11 PM
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Can I get bsv from btc now?
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May 06, 2020, 04:08:52 PM
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Can I get bsv from btc now?

Are you serious?


BSV is not a fork of BTC.  So therefore you cannot get BSV from bitcoin unless you held BTC on about August 1, 2017 at the time of the bcash forkening.

In other words, bsv is a fork of Bcash, and that fork of Bsv from Bcash ABC (the original bcash) took place in mid November 2018.  

So there are currently two running forms of Bcash, which are Bcash ABC and Bcash SV.... or maybe there could be more, if I have not been keeping up with all of the shitcoin forks, and many of the shitcoins, including the bcash variants are filled with diptwats who want to print their own bitcoin or to dispute peddly bullshit in order to set forth their vision of the world.  So I am not completely sure if there may have been more forkenings of any of those two shitcoins in recent times (such as in the past year or so)?

Hopefully, that helps to clarify, to the extent that you may have genuinely not understood what BSV is or from where it started its scamming phoney baloney.

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May 06, 2020, 04:44:27 PM
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Can I get bsv from btc now?

Are you serious?


BSV is not a fork of BTC.  So therefore you cannot get BSV from bitcoin unless you held BTC on about August 1, 2017 at the time of the bcash forkening.

In other words, bsv is a fork of Bcash, and that fork of Bsv from Bcash ABC (the original bcash) took place in mid November 2018.  

So there are currently two running forms of Bcash, which are Bcash ABC and Bcash SV.... or maybe there could be more, if I have not been keeping up with all of the shitcoin forks, and many of the shitcoins, including the bcash variants are filled with diptwats who want to print their own bitcoin or to dispute peddly bullshit in order to set forth their vision of the world.  So I am not completely sure if there may have been more forkenings of any of those two shitcoins in recent times (such as in the past year or so)?

Hopefully, that helps to clarify, to the extent that you may have genuinely not understood what BSV is or from where it started its scamming phoney baloney.

.... says the shill #1 who still believes Segwit Fork is Bitcoin. Nah. Hodl you nonsense

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May 06, 2020, 05:32:50 PM
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Can I get bsv from btc now?

Are you serious?


BSV is not a fork of BTC.  So therefore you cannot get BSV from bitcoin unless you held BTC on about August 1, 2017 at the time of the bcash forkening.

In other words, bsv is a fork of Bcash, and that fork of Bsv from Bcash ABC (the original bcash) took place in mid November 2018.  

So there are currently two running forms of Bcash, which are Bcash ABC and Bcash SV.... or maybe there could be more, if I have not been keeping up with all of the shitcoin forks, and many of the shitcoins, including the bcash variants are filled with diptwats who want to print their own bitcoin or to dispute peddly bullshit in order to set forth their vision of the world.  So I am not completely sure if there may have been more forkenings of any of those two shitcoins in recent times (such as in the past year or so)?

Hopefully, that helps to clarify, to the extent that you may have genuinely not understood what BSV is or from where it started its scamming phoney baloney.

.... says the shill #1 who still believes Segwit Fork is Bitcoin. Nah. Hodl you nonsense


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May 06, 2020, 05:57:47 PM
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Can I get bsv from btc now?

Are you serious?


BSV is not a fork of BTC.  So therefore you cannot get BSV from bitcoin unless you held BTC on about August 1, 2017 at the time of the bcash forkening.

In other words, bsv is a fork of Bcash, and that fork of Bsv from Bcash ABC (the original bcash) took place in mid November 2018.  

So there are currently two running forms of Bcash, which are Bcash ABC and Bcash SV.... or maybe there could be more, if I have not been keeping up with all of the shitcoin forks, and many of the shitcoins, including the bcash variants are filled with diptwats who want to print their own bitcoin or to dispute peddly bullshit in order to set forth their vision of the world.  So I am not completely sure if there may have been more forkenings of any of those two shitcoins in recent times (such as in the past year or so)?

Hopefully, that helps to clarify, to the extent that you may have genuinely not understood what BSV is or from where it started its scamming phoney baloney.

.... says the shill #1 who still believes Segwit Fork is Bitcoin. Nah. Hodl you nonsense

Remember August 2017?  That was a very interesting time, and likely even the rest of 2017 was interesting too, because what happened is that segregated witness got incorporated into bitcoin by overwhelming consensus, so even though you like to whine about segregated witness on a regular basis, the community largely spoke on that topic in August 2017 - and surely solidified the matter during the rest of that year...

Accordingly, segregated witness continues to be quite a strong aspect of what currently is bitcoin and what is currently being built upon in bitcoin.

Anyone can make proposals that involve tweaking segregated witness or maybe even attempting to remove it or remove aspects of it from bitcoin, yet, nonetheless, one of the crazy-ass bullish aspects of bitcoin remains its incremental changes and the fact that many bitcoin developers can largely rely on segregated witness continuing to be there for years and years and years to come... and if there were some signs that maybe they should not be developing segregated witness aspects of bitcoin because it could get changed or reversed, then they would likely be able to adjust their business models in order to account for such upcoming changes, if they were to happen.

So, even though diptwits like you and the other seemingly lame brain BSV followers don't seem to want to understand how consensus building works, you can go back to your little corners and build your own lame ass seemingly regressive project, and sure, if anything decent comes out of that, besides learning what NOT to do, then probably bitcoin developers would be able to incorporate any of those discoveries into bitcoin... so maybe there could be some benefits with that crappy scam project to the extent that it might provide ways to weed out retards, but also might sometimes provide some test-bed information.. and hopefully not too many innocent people get tricked into it in process.

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"so maybe there could be some benefits with that crappy scam project"


Too late jjg litecoin has got it covered


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May 06, 2020, 08:25:13 PM
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BSV is not a fork of BTC.

The funny thing is that you are not even wrong about that. BTC is a fork of Bitcoin.

One could argue that BSV is a fork of Bitcoin as well. However, it is the only such that has forked itself back into near compliance with the original definition (i.e. the definitive definition) of the Bitcoin protocol.

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May 06, 2020, 10:40:04 PM
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BSV is not a fork of BTC.

The funny thing is that you are not even wrong about that. BTC is a fork of Bitcoin.

Yeah, it is funny, alright.  And, your little bear dance is funny also:


 


One could argue that BSV is a fork of Bitcoin as well.

Yes, of course.  Retards argue all kinds of dumb shit.

However, it is the only such that has forked itself back into near compliance with the original definition (i.e. the definitive definition) of the Bitcoin protocol.

That is called regression with an attempted spin to try to argue that it is better, but NOT likely that even the diptwats involved in BSV really believe that baloney.  Such BSV scammers are merely trying to find some kind of angle to trick even dumber/or wishful-thinking greedy people out of their money... and surely some innocent people get mislead by that, too.

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May 07, 2020, 01:47:28 AM
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However, it is the only such that has forked itself back into near compliance with the original definition (i.e. the definitive definition) of the Bitcoin protocol.

That is called regression with an attempted spin to try to argue that it is better

Well, no. There is no value judgement in my statement. It is simply a statement of fact.

Your statement, OTOH, is dripping with a false bravado driven assertion -- an assertion which is merely an (unfounded) opinion.

Now, it is true that I believe BSV's inherent attributes to be superior to BTC's current inherent attributes. And that very statement is indeed an assertion that it is better. But I had not made that assertion in the post to which you inaccurately responded.

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May 07, 2020, 01:57:52 AM
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However, it is the only such that has forked itself back into near compliance with the original definition (i.e. the definitive definition) of the Bitcoin protocol.

That is called regression with an attempted spin to try to argue that it is better

Well, no. There is no value judgement in my statement. It is simply a statement of fact.

Couldn't be a statement of fact.

A statement of facts assumes that BSV is attempting some kind of honest endeavor, and the most honest way of considering their endeavor is that they are honestly attempting to take money from innocent people (I understand that the statement seems a bit ironic, but none of us should be so deluded in our thinking that we should be trying to treat BSV as some kind of honest project).


Your statement, OTOH, is dripping with a false bravado driven assertion -- an assertion which is merely an (unfounded) opinion.

That is the way that scams should be framed in order that people do NOT accidentally attribute any scintilla of credibility to them.  You cannot really believe that BSV deserves to be treated as if it were anything but a scam, do you?  I mean the best way that I can think of framing it is as an experiment, but I feel a little bad about that, since innocent people are likely to be mislead into thinking that there might be some redeeming value to such crap.


Now, it is true that I believe BSV's inherent attributes to be superior to BTC's current inherent attributes.

I know that you keep saying that, and even I question whether you are that dumb... but I will give it to you in regards to your consistency in pumping various nonsense BIG block projects for at least 3.5 years... maybe even longer than that... so you do have seeming consistency to your ongoing nonsensical claims...


And that very statement is indeed an assertion that it is better. But I had not made that assertion in the post to which you inaccurately responded.

Well, I will take your assertion that you believe BSV to be better with a grain of salt, and yes,... you do say it quite a bit.  So good for you, to the extent that you might actually believe such nonsense.

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However, it is the only such that has forked itself back into near compliance with the original definition (i.e. the definitive definition) of the Bitcoin protocol.

That is called regression with an attempted spin to try to argue that it is better

Well, no. There is no value judgement in my statement. It is simply a statement of fact.

Couldn't be a statement of fact.

U R So Dum.

Rly Rly Dum.

BSV has indeed forked. This is a fact. BSV's forking has brought it to near compliance with the initial definition of the Bitcoin protocol.

These are simple statements of fact.

That you keep asserting that this is non-factual just demonstrates how fucking deluded you are. Or maybe ignorant. Or maybe duplicitous. Or maybe just Rly Rly Dum.

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However, it is the only such that has forked itself back into near compliance with the original definition (i.e. the definitive definition) of the Bitcoin protocol.

That is called regression with an attempted spin to try to argue that it is better

Well, no. There is no value judgement in my statement. It is simply a statement of fact.

Couldn't be a statement of fact.

U R So Dum.

Rly Rly Dum.

BSV has indeed forked. This is a fact. BSV's forking has brought it to near compliance with the initial definition of the Bitcoin protocol.

These are simple statements of fact.

That you keep asserting that this is non-factual just demonstrates how fucking deluded you are. Or maybe ignorant. Or maybe duplicitous. Or maybe just Rly Rly Dum.

It seems to me that I made whatever statement that I was going to make, and I backed up those statements to whatever degree that I believed to have been necessary for this topic - a topic that surely should not be very high in priorities in terms of my interests that are about bitcoin.. not this imitation snake oil bullshit... , especially granted that whether purposefully or not by all to the BSV players, it rises to the level of an ongoing shitcoin scam, so I suppose resolving some of these existential questions with a positive twist could be helpful to you, jbreher, and some of your scammy colleagues (aka BSV supporters/believers) - while I see little to no purpose in my further chiming in any more than I already have.  We said our parts, for the moment.... seems like.

Again, hopefully, not too many people get hurt from your playing around with your little toy that you want to project as being bitcoin or better than bitcoin or whatever nonsense you are spewing about this imitation project...

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May 07, 2020, 04:30:19 AM
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BSV is not a fork of BTC.

The funny thing is that you are not even wrong about that. BTC is a fork of Bitcoin.

Then where is the original? A "fork" implies an offshoot was made while the original continued onward.

BCH = hard fork
BSV = hard fork of hard fork
BTC = soft forks only

Satoshi-era builds are somewhat compatible with today's Bitcoin network. However, they are zero percent compatible with BCH and BSV networks.

One could argue that BSV is a fork of Bitcoin as well.

They could argue that but they would be wrong in every aspect.

However, it is the only such that has forked itself back into near compliance with the original definition (i.e. the definitive definition) of the Bitcoin protocol.

This is simply a tired talking point with no technical basis. Looking at the current BSV GitHub repository:

gmaxwell - 144 commits
deadalnix (Sechet) - 766 commits
sepa (Wuille) - 835 commits

Your coin was largely built by Blockstream and Bitcoin Cash devs, and it remains that way.

"BSV is set in stone, until we change it, again."





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May 07, 2020, 07:11:07 AM
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BSV is not a fork of BTC.

The funny thing is that you are not even wrong about that. BTC is a fork of Bitcoin.

Then where is the original? A "fork" implies an offshoot was made while the original continued onward.

BCH = hard fork
BSV = hard fork of hard fork
BTC = soft forks only

Satoshi-era builds are somewhat compatible with today's Bitcoin network. However, they are zero percent compatible with BCH and BSV networks.

One could argue that BSV is a fork of Bitcoin as well.

They could argue that but they would be wrong in every aspect.

However, it is the only such that has forked itself back into near compliance with the original definition (i.e. the definitive definition) of the Bitcoin protocol.

This is simply a tired talking point with no technical basis. Looking at the current BSV GitHub repository:

gmaxwell - 144 commits
deadalnix (Sechet) - 766 commits
sepa (Wuille) - 835 commits

Your coin was largely built by Blockstream and Bitcoin Cash devs, and it remains that way.

"BSV is set in stone, until we change it, again."

btc forked hard away from Origianl BitCoin when 1MB max block size got into the consensus layer - how stupid this was - we all know (Hal managed to convince Satoshi, but Satoshi just agreed, but to lift it just as needed)

capacity parameters should never go into consensus relevant level - only idiots think that s good

many other crap has been invented to btc that has bad purpose as well - so it (legally!) doesnt matter soft or hard


Most compliant still: BSV - nomatter what trolling ya do here

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