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January 17, 2021, 05:59:57 PM
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The big short

https://mobile.twitter.com/danielwilson/status/1350570153004707841

Or if there is only dark ano speculation


This survey is very interesting https://crypto-anonymous-2021.medium.com/the-bit-short-inside-cryptos-doomsday-machine-f8dcf78a64d3

When their USDT ticket printers stop, more than $20 billion will come out of the game + all the other tens of billions which is already injected into Bitcoin BTC to inflate the price to $30000 per BTC.

Note the movements of BUSD which also seems to be actively participating in the inflation of the price of Bitcoin and BNB. Everything seems to be rigged and I can't wait for the regulation to clean up among these white-collar bandits.

Many will lose money, and then the image of the whole sector will be mixed up with widespread swindling, even though there are clean and honest projects like Bitcoin SV.




Aka Fabriik says: Regulation is coming, whether cryptocurrency players like it or not The question is, what new regulations will we see? It will be interesting to see what the SEC has to say.

For more information on upcoming regulations, check out the link below.


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With Bitcoin’s popularity increasing, what new regulations will we see?

It been three years since the great Bitcoin crash that followed a cryptocurrency frenzy of 2017. These days, some Bitcoin fans think this has matured as an investment vehicle.

A Bitcoin is a store of value made up zeros and ones, which hit an all-time high of nearly $42,000 a week ago today. With ascent of this “digital asset” as things like Bitcoin or Ethereum are called, some deeper-pocketed people have been turning to their investment advisers and wondering if they might be able to sprinkle some of this in among their stocks, bonds and gold.

“There has been quite significant demand,” said Joel Revill with the investment firm Two Ocean Trust, which pushed for and now received legal and regulatory approval in its base in Wyoming to add digital assets to portfolios.

That’s the “crypto native investor, someone who is well aware of the unique characteristics of say, Bitcoin, and has created their wealth by investing in Bitcoin, but has not really thought much about traditional wealth or estate management, or tax planning,” Revill said.

Beyond these folks, there are now also just wealthy investors, or the outfits representing wealthy families, “who are intrigued by the asset class, are dipping their toe in this for the first time, but they come with the expectations that they will have the same legal protections, and regulatory clarity, and trade execution, and reporting that they expect with investments in traditional assets,” Revill said.


Individuals can get just order Bitcoin if they have the money. But financial advisers and professional money managers generally haven’t been able to add Bitcoin to the portfolios they manage. It has to do with a 1940s law and third-party custodians.

“What we haven’t seen is sort of mainstream adoption by the banks and broker dealers, because of the lack of clarity thus far from their regulators,” Revill said.

But here’s the thing: Wyoming wants to attract this kind of business and has now passed a series of laws spelling out how to handle Bitcoin-style digital assets. The regulators there, Revill said, are also on board.

“Our firm Two Ocean Trust is based in the state of Wyoming and we recently received a letter from our regulator that has permitted us to provide qualified custody for both traditional and digital assets,” Revill said. “It was the first of its kind issued by a bank regulator.”

At the national level, the Securities and Exchange Commission is also considering ways to clarify these rules. In recent weeks, it sought feedback from financial professionals.

That’s the news, but to back up, why would non-tech-savvy investors be interested in Bitcoin at all? First, if inflation were to rise from the dead, by definition, traditional money drops in value. That’s Bitcoin as an inflation hedge.

Also, by design, there won’t be much more Bitcoin created and this limited supply might drive up its price. Lastly, Revill said, Bitcoin is also useful in new financial technology that emerges.

“Think of it as a replacement for global payment and settlement systems,” Revill said. “There are many significant advantages.”

That is, if the global laws and regulations that govern this world of digital assets allow these things to happen, or if some other technology doesn’t supplant it.

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explanation: About Money Button for BSV:

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CSW Today at 4:49 PM
Email is decentralised in the true sense of the
word and not be corrupted version from all of
the crypto world.
Email is a set protocol. SMTP and the post office
protocols define access. If you want to move
from Gmail to a separate provider such as
Microsoft exchange, you can maintain the same
email address and change providers.
That is the power of decentralisation.

You are not locked in. Right now, if you move
away from Facebook that is it, you lose
everything. You cannot migrate away from
Twitter. This is how they gain power and control
they own not only the platform but the protocol.
Email is completely different because you can
move from one provider to another, that is why it
is decentralised. You can have a backup and if
you get deplatformed you can move to another
provider.
This is how moneybutton will work. Other
people could set up a similar service that will
allow you to keep your information and your
payment data. Moneybutton are not custodial.
As such, moneybutton can be migrated away
from. This is not how silicon valley like to
operate.

But this is the true definition of a decentralised
platform. It is an open protocol that allows you to
move from provider to provider. You cannot do
that with Facebook.
You cannot do that with Twitter.

Try it https://www.moneybutton.com/

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 WHAT IS METANET?

One of the recent developments in the Bitcoin landscape is the introduction and rise of Metanet.  Something as sophisticated and abstract as Bitcoin needs a proper structure to ensure it works as it should without complications, and this is where Metanet comes in. Metanet “powers Bitcoin and lives on Bitcoin.” It is a sort of Internet 2.0 secured by Bitcoin.

Currently, many users and companies struggle with privacy and data control issues. nChain Chief Scientist Dr. Craig S. Wright, the inventor of Bitcoin and the creator of the Metanet, said that the Metanet is a “value network” created on the blockchain that will serve as a secure alternative to the Internet as we know it, and ultimately the “Internet becomes a sidechain to the Bitcoin blockchain.”

If this is the first time that you’ve heard of Metanet, we’ve created a visual graph to help you understand this new development in the world of Bitcoin for beginners; you can find everything you need to know about it below. Let’s get started.



Bitcoin and Metanet

Thanks to Bitcoin, it’s now possible to share data safely and securely through encrypted, private and public channels while allowing easy, instant verification using blockchain.

One of Bitcoin’s critical features is its ability to build global identities and enable individuals to own their intellectual property in the peer-to-peer network. This makes it easier to hold people accountable for their actions and difficult, if not impossible, for fraudsters to create multiple fake accounts to spread false information. This is one of the main focuses of the Metanet.

To provide clarity, the Metanet doesn’t negate anything that has been built on top of Bitcoin. Instead, it acts as an added layer to existing systems. Not everyone is required or encouraged to use it; however, it opens a whole new world of opportunities and a fair and safe online experience for both users and companies.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXpHHZqe6vI

How the Internet and Metanet Differ

In today’s world, data is money, and user data is the internet’s most valuable commodity, but its value is hard for the average person to calculate because it is privately insulated in opaque, corporate silos. Tech giants allow people to use their apps or online services seemingly for “free,” but they are actually harvesting and selling human attention as advertising data!

With data breaches that fail to ensure users their right to privacy—such as the Cambridge Analytica and Facebook scandal, where millions of Facebook users’ data was harvested without consent by Cambridge Analytica primarily for political advertising—it’s a relief to know that your data can be made safe through sovereign ownership with Metanet technology.

The Metanet aims to revolutionize the data market in a way that lets users remain in control of the information they post and provide. On the Metanet, users own their data, and they get to decide which apps or services can access it while setting their own price for the sale of their data. In other words, the Metanet is a secure and directly monetized alternative to the Internet.

Take the BSV-based application Twetch—it is a decentralized social media platform where users are given full ownership of their data or content. Twetch allows users to earn money from the content they share based on its quality or popularity.

Users spend micropayments (e.g., $0.02 per post) for every action they make because it costs money to write and store data on the blockchain, and a small portion of those payments also go to Twetch – eliminating the need for them to sell user data to earn profit.

As mentioned above, any content a user creates and posts online is owned by them. Therefore, the user also earns a small amount each time another user engages with the post (i.e., comments on the post or shares the post). Moreover, in the Metanet ecosystem, access to social media profiles require authorization via a private key.

How the Metanet Can Transform Society

Picture this: you can use a service or app without the risk of your data being mined or harvested by businesses for their own advantage. That would mean you are in control of your data and privacy, not the other way around. Let’s have a look at some of the effects the Metanet can have on society.

You are the owner of your data. This is the most crucial and significant impact of the Metanet—you don’t have to worry about being surveilled by tech companies. The data utilized by the online products and services you purchase will be under your management, and you can choose who and when they can access it.
You will have a digital identity. Everyone who uses the Metanet will have his or her own digital identity, which is in the form of a password. Users pay and are identified, verified, authorized, and paid via their identity (e.g., fingerprint, face recognition, iris scan) that is encrypted on the Metanet.
You don’t have to worry about companies controlling your data. Companies can no longer access or manage your data without your knowledge. With the Metanet, companies pay to access data you permit them to, but only with your consent.

How the Metanet Changes the Business Model of Search

The Metanet will allow companies to explore exciting business models with on-chain-based content distribution and microtransactions that will enable security, stability, and higher data quality. It can create solutions that will allow:

๑ Users search for information and content services online that are relevant, high-quality, and truly informative–as opposed to results that pop up because of traditional advertising models–in exchange for micropayment.
๑ Authorization of access to user content, social media profiles, and other information securely using digital private identity.
๑ An online experience that is free from ads ensures users that their data is safely stored and managed on the chain.
๑ Users pay for a service per usage instead of a subscription fee.
๑ Users participate in seamless and real-time financial transactions without having to “leave” a page to make and ensure secure payments.

Metanet: The Internet Game-Changer

At present, users give away their information for free. While you pay for every action on the Metanet, there are ways to earn money back – creating economic velocity. One of the Metanet’s primary selling points is how it stores and structures data more efficiently and effectively, and that it is entirely private.

Imagine a space where you can share and truly own your information and the content you publish online while retaining your rights. The Metanet is a mind-blowing concept, and while it has its own challenges, the fact remains that its goal is to bring significant changes to how people access, engage, and interact with content online and e-commerce transactions.

Are you looking to read more about the latest Bitcoin news surrounding the industry? CoinGeek provides useful and easy-to-digest content that is perfect for beginners on Bitcoin. Head on over to Bitcoin for Beginners to learn more!


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BTC is 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 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) original XBT is the best technological opportunity of capacity for use and stable build on original Bitcoin protocol.
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https://coingeek.com/launching-bitcoin-theory-of-bitcoin-looks-at-how-satoshi-explained-everything-2008/






https://coingeek.com/the-bitcoin-bridge-talks-to-calvin-ayre-about-meeting-craig-wright-and-the-value-of-big-data/



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Online events:

BSV Webinar: The Value and The Future of Bitcoin Mining
Online, January 20, 2021
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Time: Jan. 20, 8pm-9pm (Beijing Time)

Platform: WeCom

Speaker: Alex Tong – CEO, Beijing Youta Technology

Alex Tong started his mining business from 2015, and built up his own data centers in 2017. He will talk about his experience in this field and explain why he believes in Satoshi Vision.

Visit Official Website





sCrypt – Introduction to Bitcoin Smart Contract and sCrypt
Online, January 21, 2021
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Time: Jan. 21, 8pm-9pm (Beijing Time)

Live streaming Platform: CSDN

Registration link: https://edu.csdn.net/huiyiCourse/detail/1534

Presenter: Wang Yiqiang – Co-founder&CTO, sCrypt

Serial entrepreneurs and technology practitioners in the Internet industry. Main work areas include mobile Internet, financial technology and blockchain. Currently the co-founder of the sCrypt project, which is committed to providing a high-level smart contract languages and a set of development tools and services for Bitcoin SV application developers.

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Hm - is it?

https://twitter.com/Bitcoin_Beyond/status/1352191681794355201

https://twitter.com/justicemate/status/1352190921291415552




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BTC groups respond to Bitcoin white paper copyright claim

Groups related to BTC Core and the Core development team have begun to respond to copyright infringement notices regarding the Bitcoin white paper. While the operators of BitcoinCore.org moved swiftly to remove the white paper from its site, Bitcoin.org has stated it will not comply, issuing a statement of defiance.

Recently, lawyers acting on behalf of Dr. Craig S. Wright sent the notices to Bitcoin.org, BitcoinCore.org, and Bitcoin.com requesting they remove the content from their sites. The letters also claimed that Dr. Wright is the rightful owner of the Bitcoin.org domain name.

On GitHub, Core developer Wladimir Van Der Laan posted this message regarding BitcoinCore.org, saying that “this site is about Bitcoin Core (and not a specific implementation), not about Bitcoin in general, (so) the whitepaper doesn’t necessarily need to be hosted here.” BitcoinCore.org hosts the BTC or “Core” protocol software files.

Bitcoin.org (a general information portal) operator/code contributor “Cøbraposted a statement on the site noting that he would not be complying with the demands, and regretting that BitcoinCore.org had done so:

“Yesterday both Bitcoin.org and Bitcoincore.org received allegations of copyright infringement of the Bitcoin whitepaper by lawyers representing Craig Steven Wright. In this letter, they claim Craig owns the copyright to the paper, the Bitcoin name, and ownership of bitcoin.org. They also claim he is Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin, and the original owner of bitcoin.org. Bitcoin.org and Bitcoincore.org were both asked to take down the whitepaper. We believe these claims are without merit, and refuse to do so.”

Cøbra described BitcoinCore.org’s response as “surrendering,” fulfilled too quickly and “unfortunately, without consulting us.” The compliance “has lent ammunition to Bitcoin‘s enemies, engaged in self-censorship, and compromised its integrity,” he wrote.

It’s ironic, and a sign of how things have become twisted over the past decade, that the current maintainer of one of the original Bitcoin websites now refers to Satoshi Nakamoto as “Bitcoin’s enemies.”

Dr. Wright was also the original owner (and claims to still be) of the Bitcoin.org domain. He has said in the past that others had at some point gained control of the domain and altered certain details, including the PGP key that would purportedly “prove” that its holder was Satoshi Nakamoto—which Dr. Wright said was added after he departed from the Bitcoin project. (Note: this is another reason to watch the “Theory of Bitcoin” series of interviews with Dr. Wright every week.)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=4326&v=_E7iuVM4CIA&feature=youtu.be

Dr. Wright has hinted several times in the past year that as Bitcoin’s original creator (under the pseudonym “Satoshi Nakamoto”) he holds intellectual property rights to certain materials pertaining to Bitcoin’s origins and continued use. These include the original 2008 Bitcoin white paper, the transaction database, and the right to use the name “Bitcoin.”

As Cøbra mentioned in the Bitcoin.org statement, Satoshi published the original Bitcoin project files on Sourceforge under the MIT open source software license. This makes the software itself open-source and usable/distributable by anyone, and grants some rights to modify, sublicense and re-distribute it. The point of contention here is that it’s not OK to modify the software and pass it off as the original—which, having heavily modified the protocol software to make it materially different to the original over the years, the Core development team has done.

Furthermore, Dr. Wright told CoinGeek today, that code does not include the PDF of the Bitcoin white paper, and thus it isn’t covered as part of Bitcoin’s MIT License:

“The simple answer is being on Sourceforge does not make it free nor does it make it published. It is distributed on a site I controlled. One that they closed down. Now, the simple answer to this is that there are two folders. Even for someone too simple to comprehend that MIT licensing only covers source files for code and doesn’t cover PDFs unless explicitly listed, the research paper is not in the bitcoin code folder. Hence, it is not covered under license by the MIT license.”

Dr. Wright has also warned several times that he was willing to use the courts to prove he is Bitcoin’s original creator, using copyright infringement notices as one avenue towards achieving that. The first step is the legal test of proving he was the author of the 2008 Bitcoin white paper, and Wright is certain to have collected ample material to support that case in a court of law and it is certain that the Core developers know Craig is Satoshi.

He also warned that the possibility of Core losing the right to use the Bitcoin name creates associated risk to anyone selling or promoting BTC to investors. He said any fund or promoter dealing in BTC would need to include a material risk disclaimer stating this, or could be held legally and personally liable in the future.

Cøbra, for his part, has also stated an intention to “update” that paper to “correct some issues,” and clarify that Satoshi intended for transaction block sizes to remain small. Core limits BTC transaction blocks to 1MB in size, greatly reducing BTC’s utility as digital cash—reducing it more to a form of “digital gold” used more for ownership and settlements than actual transactions. It is clear from his public statements that Cøbra and the rest of the Core teams modified Bitcoin to be digital gold instead of digital cash.

Bitcoin.com, operated by investor and entrepreneur Roger Ver, had not issued any public statement on the matter at press time. That site does not support the Core protocol, rather the BCH version, which it also claims to be the truest form of Bitcoin.

Only Bitcoin Satoshi Vision, or BSV, represents the original Bitcoin protocol. With Dr. Wright guiding and supporting that project, proof of intellectual property ownership in court would make a clear legal statement that this is the case.

New to Bitcoin? Check out CoinGeek’s Bitcoin for Beginners section, the ultimate resource guide to learn more about Bitcoin—as originally envisioned by Satoshi Nakamoto—and blockchain.


Source: https://coingeek.com/btc-groups-respond-to-bitcoin-white-paper-copyright-claim/


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  Add to this the double expense that has openly punctured 🛗 BTC's security, that there is no point in having all this Hashage power. "When the lie takes the lift, the truth takes the stairs. Even if it takes longer, the truth always arrives in the end!" One more reason to join the authentique real BitCoin aka Bitcoin SV - BSV.

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BTC is 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 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) original XBT is the best technological opportunity of capacity for use and stable build on original Bitcoin protocol.
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Gotta give it up to Bitcoin SV developers. This is what Bitcoin lacks is the developers with a focused vision. The underground helped bitcoin but I don't see any pop really doing something with bitcoin instead of just storing it. I'm trying to catch up Roll Eyes
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What the fork happened to Bitcoin?

Some things are simple, but not easy—like Bitcoin! Common tropes about Bitcoin are the product of the haziness of cultural narratives clouding the collective mind with Hegelianism: a view which says that there are no facts, but that truisms are the products of the constant debate of opinions. Without fundamental truths, the culture becomes mired in postmodernism with ethereal ideas replacing useful ones and endless debate replacing proof of work.

Bitcoin has been heavily victimized by the Hegelian Dialectic redefining it to the whims of software developers and anonymous users on social media. To the small blocker Hegelians, “bitcoin” means something different every year, and they constantly remake the BTC protocol to bear and reflect their own image as their values change over time. Changes in mempool management, finality of transactions, signature rules, definition and role of nodes: all up for debate!

This is why “Bitcoin Core” is a node implementation held together by piles of code that have to lie to legacy Bitcoin nodes in order to keep them on the network; pretending to validate blocks of truly invalid signatures.

Hard facts in a soft (fork) world

Bitcoin is just a networking and database protocol. Implementations of that protocol which do not follow Bitcoin rules are not Bitcoin networks. If an operating network splits or changes protocol without a new genesis block, the coins which do not follow Bitcoin rules are air-dropped replacements. If an airdrop claims to be a Bitcoin, it is being passed off as a bitcoin in name while not truly being a Bitcoin in function.  

The reason people refer to some blockchains (such as Bitcoin SV or BCH) as “forks” is because of chain splits occurring due to an open source repository being forked for separate development and then being deployed with rules that cannot come into consensus—causing a chain split. However, a fork of the Bitcoin repo does not necessarily create a fork of Bitcoin, and some forks do not cause splits even when they should!

So, what are the differences between forks, splits, airdrops and some of the other misunderstood terminology in the Bitcoin economy? To truly discuss these things with due clarity requires we take a few steps back and learn about conventions, rights and law in regards to open source software. The legal aspects of ownership and licensing rights to database and networking protocols can be reviewed here https://coingeek.com/get-off-my-property/ for extra context. The importance of understanding definitions clearly and concisely is crucial to understanding (academically and legally) that common terminology in the blockchain and digital currency space is widely used in a way which is incorrect.

Definitions:

Fork: (note: “hard fork” and “fork” are synonyms. “Soft fork” is a concept invented after bitcoin, and will be discussed separately) A repository can be forked in order to create a new development path from a master repository. Litecoin, for example, is a fork of the Bitcoin source code; implemented with modified rules to create a unique development path.

If a forked repository is used to deploy a new network from scratch, it is a forked network. If a forked repository is used to split away from Bitcoin, the resulting new coin is an “airdrop” from a split. One side is likely the valid Bitcoin chain and the other coin constitutes an airdrop of a non-Bitcoin token.

Split: In a consensus network, such as Bitcoin, if nodes compete with one another, sometimes chain splits can occur and compete until one side is orphaned. This occurred on Bitcoin in 2010 and 2013 when bugs in the code caused consensus-breaking changes on newly updated nodes. In both cases, there were several hours during which there were two competing Bitcoin chains out of consensus. In both instances, miners and developers acted quickly to roll back the global state of the ledger by choosing which chain was “the real bitcoin” based on fundamentals, rather than committing to following the longest chain. This is important to remember! When Satoshi was in charge, he organized the orphaning the longest chain with the most proof of work in order to return to bitcoin rules.

In 2017, BCH split from BTC due to the small blockers in BTC signaling that they would renege on their agreement to hard fork bitcoin to update the maximum block size and implement Segwit protocol. The split occurred on August 1, 2017, in order to maintain an unbroken chain of Bitcoin signatures. For nearly four weeks, BTC and BCH competed for hash rate and proof of work. Neither chain orphaned, and things progressed until the 24th of August when BTC began to accept Segwit signatures on UASF sybil nodes; creating an airdrop across all nodes for anyone who sent their bitcoins onto the portion of the network which no longer enforced bitcoin signatures.


How is a Segwit coin different?

Airdrop: Any chain which does not enforce Bitcoin rules from the genesis block to the present day with an implementation of bitcoin software is an air dropped coin passing itself off as a bitcoin. This includes the portion of BTC which has been overtaken by the Segwit protocol which obfuscates itself from validation by Bitcoin nodes.

Soft Fork: Soft forks are a malicious way to subvert consensus from occurring to enforce Bitcoin rules. Legacy Bitcoin nodes are programmed to enforce Bitcoin rules on every transaction in every block before accepting them by working to build blocks atop the most recent, valid block. With a soft fork, new non-Bitcoin rules are wrapped into an envelope which tells legacy nodes to trust the rules enforced by newer nodes without actually validating the content within. As such, a soft fork is a type of malware which creates a de facto air dropped coin without splitting the network because newer nodes perform a sort of sybil attack upon legacy nodes by not allowing them to see inside the envelope which contains the invalid transactions. So, old nodes become slaves to the new rules without any way to split away, thus forcing them to participate in an airdrop without their knowledge.

So what does this all mean?

Well, BTC transactions are mostly airdropped coins tricking legacy nodes with malware. The current “Bitcoin Core” protocol is a soft fork of a 2013 hard fork which was a 2010 hard fork of the original Bitcoin protocol. It is out of consensus with major Bitcoin rules except through social subversion and sybil nodes governing the network.

BCH was a 2017 hard fork of the Bitcoin protocol, which split in 2018 creating an airdrop of BCH which containing non-Bitcoin op-codes and invalid transaction ordering rules.

Bitcoin BSV has had hard fork upgrades to the software, but is a restoration of the original Bitcoin rule set, including all the original script language and unbounded limits. With parentage back to the original Genesis block of Bitcoin, BSV is the only chain which has not ever subverted Bitcoin signatures or Bitcoin rules by arbitrary or malicious use of software, social engineering or sybil nodes. Governed strictly by proof of work, the protocol was restored completely in February 2020, differentiating itself from BTC and BCH which are not governed purely by honest nodes conducting proof of work. Both networks have heavy influence from “the community” guided by the developer intelligentsia.

In accordance with the Bitcoin license held by Satoshi Nakamoto and defined by the Bitcoin white paper, any valid BTC unspent transactions created between January 2009 and August 1, 2017 and any valid BCH unspent transactions created between August 1, 2017 and November 15, 2018 has valid Bitcoins with valid keys on the BSV ledger which synchronizes back to the genesis block and enforces all time locked and valid rules across the entire history of bitcoin, while BTC is riddled with invalid air dropped Segwit coins and BCH has been split into oblivion.

Why is this not more widely understood?

Satoshi Nakamoto has been maliciously and thoroughly wiped from the history of Bitcoin and rewritten by the censorship board of BTC Core. There is no more communist a phrase than “we are all Satoshi,” but that has been the prevailing rhetoric since the project was overtaken starting in late 2010 with Nakamoto’s exit. Nakamoto was very clear about the nature of the protocol from the very beginning, but other developers wanted to turn it into a “community project.” Bitcoin was originally created to be able to implement boundless scaling atop a fixed protocol. Software development still needed to be done, but the rule set of the base layer was deemed complete, so there was no reason to bring in a large community of developers, according to Satoshi:

“The nature of Bitcoin is such that once version 0.1 was released, the core design was set in stone for the rest of its lifetime.” – Satoshi Nakamoto, 2010. Bitcoin.org (later reposted to BitcoinTalk.com)

Nakamoto’s now famous response to Gavin Andresen’s query clarified that since bitcoin “was set in stone,” any conceivable transaction type needed to be made available in script from the beginning. He went on to specify some of what he had envisioned, and that he had a largely unstated vision for the future:

“The design supports a tremendous variety of possible transaction types that I designed years ago. Escrow transactions, bonded contracts, third party arbitration, multi-party signature, etc. If Bitcoin catches on in a big way, these are things we’ll want to explore in the future, but they all had to be designed at the beginning to make sure they would be possible later. – Satoshi Nakamoto, 2010. Bitcoin.org (later reposted to BitcoinTalk.com)

Due to the subterfuge of the small blockers at Bitcoin Core, few people know that Bitcoin was released as open source software on Sourceforge, which is notable for its focus on centralized development, because of Nakamoto’s commitment to the nature of the protocol being complete.


 Source: What’s The Difference Between Sourceforge and GitHub?

In order to avoid any notion of the need to change or modify the protocol Nakamoto designated himself the sole admin to the Sourceforge repository, and Dr. Craig Wright recently stated in an email for this article, “GitHub existed when I launched Bitcoin. I chose Sourceforge for a reason. It was not supposed to be a community project.” He very clearly was not interested in open development, and wanted sole discretion about who was allowed to even contribute code.


Code "BitCoin" Source: Sourceforge

Furthermore, the original code was issued as “BitCoin” with a patent-friendly MIT license, making it very clear that BitCoin was not intended to be modified, upgraded or manipulated. Nakamoto spent years planning and implementing a long term rollout of his database and networking protocol to issue a sound and unchanging, decentralized money for the world – safe from the meddling of tyrants at any level.


BitCoin v0.1.3 ALPHA

Unfortunately for bitcoiners, the BTC Core developers started on their path of destruction of the protocol, the license and the creation of an airdropped token retaining the “Bitcoin” name, but not its unique features almost immediately upon Satoshi’s exit from Bitcoin. Removing tools from script, adding P2SH, RBF and other abominations would come, but the first step was moving the source code from the centralized Sourceforge repo to the communal development platform, GitHub. They quickly altered the naming conventions across the code, and they had their way with the protocol from 2011 forward until big blockers took bitcoin back in 2017-2020 with the restoration of Bitcoin SV.  


Source: GitHub

But it was not without many lost battles. Without permission from the copyright holder, “The Bitcoin Core developers” also named themselves the license holders for the bitcoin protocol—presumably as a pretext to justifying their modification of bitcoin into the abomination of bitcoin commonly referred to as “BTC.” So, they seized Satoshi Nakamoto’s property, his copyright of the protocol, his closed repository and turned it into an open source free-for-all of Hegelian debate about how to constantly redefine bitcoin forever.  


The MIT License (MIT) Source: GitHub

So, what the fork happened to Bitcoin?

Grand theft. Coup d’etat. A Bitcoin Bolshevik Revolution… Software developers and a community which did not understand or respect Bitcoin or Satoshi Nakamoto overtook the project, and they remade it. In the process, they redefined terms, steered the culture and sold out to Silicon Valley and old world venture capitalists, while undermining the entire bitcoin mission in the process and churning out a pile of confusing problems for the market to figure out.

But Bitcoin has survived. It has won the protocol war, and now needs to win the war for business adoption and global hash power!

In closing, Bitcoin is not arbitrary, open to debate, or in need of any fundamental modification. It also only exists as Bitcoin SV. Satoshi Nakamoto appreciated help with the software from guys like Hal, and he appreciated help from guys like Martti for running nodes to help bootstrap the peer network. But amid the fray, and even in the earliest days preceding the Bitcoin Civil War, there was a fundamental misunderstanding about Bitcoin. In their ignorance, developers became obsessed with changing the game theory of the network—creating a cascade of problems. They gutted the protocol and created the necessity for the political battles which allowed Bitcoin SV to emerge as the only complete implementation of Bitcoin. As BTC, BCH and every other forked digital asset is caught up in the central-planning phase of their alpha and beta-level development, Bitcoin SV is now the only complete and fully decentralized blockchain network. Only in Bitcoin SV has the position of the “protocol developer” been made obsolete to the network—handing governance to honest nodes who enforce Bitcoin rules for the security of the users, and allowing the long term planning of generational business to be planned for the network.

The software will continue to be improved at the direction of its rightful copyright owner, with protocol set in stone, and bitcoin will continue its path—righted and restored by proof of work!


Source: https://coingeek.com/what-the-fork-happened-to-bitcoin/ Big THANKS to Kurt Wuckert Jr

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Surprised that Satoshi Nakamoto has returned for what is his? You shouldn’t be

Dr. Craig Wright’s recent decision to enforce his copyright claim to the Bitcoin White Paper may have come as a surprise to Bitcoin.org, Bitcoincore.org and Bitcoin.com, but it shouldn’t have. A sober look at everything that has taken place since Dr. Wright revealed himself as Satoshi Nakamoto shows that the Bitcoin story was always headed here—and that this is just the beginning.

Since being outed in 2015, Dr. Wright has never changed track as to the ownership of the White Paper and of the Bitcoin described within it. He is the creator of both: therefore, copyright in the works rests with him. His behavior reflects this: in 2019, he filed copyright registrations for both the White Paper and the original Bitcoin source code. A lengthy blog post written by Dr. Wright at the start of 2020 contains an in-depth analysis of his ownership over Bitcoin, and the extent to which that ownership has been violated by the many so-called ‘forks’ of the original protocol which still falsely use the Bitcoin name.

He also told CoinGeek recently: “BTC didn’t want to go out and make a new sort of cryptocurrency or alternative to Bitcoin. What they wanted to do was ride on the coattails of Bitcoin, yet change all of my original messaging. So, in effect, what they’re doing is fraudulently telling the world that they are Bitcoin.”

“I was incredibly clear in 2010 when I said I had reasons that Bitcoin could never be forked, when it was set in stone. I said it was not merely a desire that it not be forked, I said it was imperative for the system. That’s part of the rewriting of the history and narrative of Bitcoin that has taken place.”

So, the letters recently sent to a number of companies and individuals should be a surprise to no one. In fact, looking at the scale of the infringement—all of the poor imitations currently enjoying massive publicity because of their misappropriation of the Bitcoin name—this latest development should be surprising only to the extent that you might have thought this action would have taken place much sooner.

This should be a straightforward application of copyright law. The creator owns the copyright. The only move remotely available to those in violation of Dr. Wright’s copyright claim is to assert that he is not in fact Satoshi Nakamoto and thus, not the copyright holder. And lo, it is often claimed—especially by the kinds of people who recently received a letter from Wright—that Dr. Wright proving his identity is a simple matter of using the private keys associated with Satoshi Nakamoto’s public key (as preserved on the original Bitcoin.org website).

But how do we know that the key which appears on Bitcoin.org is the original key? Satoshi vanished from the project, which was then carried on by others. He obviously wasn’t in control of the Bitcoin.org website from that point, so versions of the website that we have available—including those stored in internet archive websites—should be treated carefully. Once these archives are approached carefully, it becomes obvious that the only reason that their claims that Dr. Wright is not in fact the creator of Bitcoin and the White Paper is a defense they can now consider making is because they set it up for themselves.

One of the many things to have been changed about the Bitcoin.org website is the so-called Satoshi Nakamoto public key which appears on the archived versions of the website—the very key which Dr. Wright’s detractors insist is the only way in which a person can make a claim to the identity. Out of all of the pages on Bitcoin.org, the most important—the one containing what is widely assumed to be the Satoshi Nakamoto key—is the only one for which no archive exists before 2011. Viewing the archived 2009 webpage allows you to click the link to what would have been the Satoshi Nakamoto public key—but doing so will conspicuously take you to a website which didn’t exist before 2011. This is intentional, and could only have been done by the people in control of the website in question—in this case, those who inherited the Bitcoin project after the disappearance of Satoshi Nakamoto and then beyond.

Suspicion is added to suspicion when you consider that the Bitcoin.org which appears to be from 2011, also coincidentally the earliest point at which the Satoshi public key is even available, is a marked departure from the website which appears in the Satoshi era: in fact, the 2011 version of the website not only looks different, but may as well be for an entirely different project. Suddenly, the Bitcoin software was ‘community driven’ and ‘open source’—apparently without authority directing the project.

So where is the original page for the Satoshi Nakamoto public key as it appeared when Satoshi was active back in 2009? No one knows, and the inconsistencies contained within Bitcoin.org should make you very cautious of anyone claiming to know, without a doubt, the public key belonging to Satoshi Nakamoto. The controllers of Bitcoin.org may or may not know—but they certainly know that the public key which appears on even the archived Bitcoin.org pages is not genuine—and therefore, they know that the real Satoshi Nakamoto could never fulfil their challenge.

Dr. Wright is obviously aware of this: he has been vocal in his refusal to dance to the tune being played by those who are currently (and apparently, illegally) claiming the Bitcoin name for themselves. He has refused to entertain calls to ‘simply prove’ his identity by producing the private keys. At the same time, Dr. Wright has consistently offered to prove his claim in court. Those who have taken up that offer have lost, and come out the other side with a conspicuous unwillingness to repeat their claim that Dr. Wright is not the creator of Bitcoin.

Those who have taken the veracity of the current Bitcoin.org websites as a given might have seen a contradiction between these two approaches—refusing to provide ‘easy’ proof on the one hand while being willing to go down a much more difficult path toward proof on the other. However (ignoring the fact that the litigation has been method of choice for reliably resolving disputes for centuries) once you realize that those most loudly protesting Dr. Wright’s claim to be the inventor of Bitcoin are those same people attempting to rewrite history using Bitcoin.org, Dr. Wright’s position makes perfect sense.

https://twitter.com/hodlonaut/status/1352209495255080960

Dr. Wright’s decision to begin enforcing his claim is undoubtedly in large part due to a pushback against these efforts to rewrite history which have taken place in his absence. The Bitcoin name has become synonymous with projects which run entirely contrary to the vision for Bitcoin as expressed in the White Paper. This is true regardless of who you think Satoshi Nakamoto is.

Once you consider the damage being done by these disparate organizations wrongfully claiming the Bitcoin name for themselves—all the naïve investors sucked in, all of the crime that has been enabled by subsequent protocols – the only surprise is that Dr. Wright hasn’t taken this action before now.

The next steps seem obvious: anyone using the White Paper to give cover to poor imitations of the original protocol should expect to receive a letter like this. Those who refuse to comply will be first in line for a reckoning after spending years illegally profiting off the copyrighted work of Satoshi Nakamoto.

Watch Dr. Craig Wright tell Ryan X. Charles the background of Bitcoin.org and as they use the Way Back Machine to prove the Satoshi PGP key changed in 2011:

https://youtu.be/_E7iuVM4CIA?t=4326

Source is https://coingeek.com/surprised-that-satoshi-nakamoto-has-returned-for-what-is-his-you-shouldnt-be/ Thanks to Jordan Atkins

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BTC is 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 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) original XBT is the best technological opportunity of capacity for use and stable build on original Bitcoin protocol.
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New mining pool active Smiley Just restarted my pool project, have fun mining. Any suggestions are highly welcome, pool is nicehash compatible. Pool didn't hit first block but was working on testnet, let's see if we can find the first block Smiley

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New mining pool active Smiley Just restarted my pool project, have fun mining. Any suggestions are highly welcome, pool is nicehash compatible. Pool didn't hit first block but was working on testnet, let's see if we can find the first block Smiley

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Am i on the wrong thread? Is this not about Bitcoin SV being traded on poloniex? Cheesy The ticker on the pool is only on pool side, you can put there what ever you want.

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Am i on the wrong thread? Is this not about BitcoinSV being traded on poloniex? Cheesy The ticker on the pool is only on pool side, you can put there what ever you want.
 Poloniex are outside to legality if they do not use the right ticker. Imagine selling Maserati under the Ford name. Using Float SV would be more useful and legally compliant. Here is [BSV] BitcoinSV - Satoshi's Vision for Bitcoin = ticker is BSV. Let's call a cat, a 🐈


BTC is 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 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) original XBT is the best technological opportunity of capacity for use and stable build on original Bitcoin protocol.
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You can use c=BTCSV,D=X in order to change your miners difficulty.
The ticker is not good Cheesy

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Thank you for the replys. I did change the ticker to BSV, but is this the coin being traded on poloniex? https://poloniex.com/exchange/USDT_BCHSV or is this a differnt coin?

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Thank you for the replys. I did change the ticker to BSV, but is this the coin being traded on poloniex? https://poloniex.com/exchange/USDT_BCHSV or is this a differnt coin?
It is best to ask them directly to Poloniex what BTCCHSVBCD Tongue is and what it is used for?

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Thank you for the replys. I did change the ticker to BSV, but is this the coin being traded on poloniex? https://poloniex.com/exchange/USDT_BCHSV or is this a differnt coin?
It is best to ask them directly to Poloniex what BTCCHSVBCD Tongue is and what it is used for?
Well i did a deposit and i see it pending, but they require 1000 blocks for confirmation. Seems like this is the coin i was talking about Wink We can't do anything if they put different ticker there, but most likely the ticker is only visible on the exchange. As long as we are talking about the same blockchain everything is fine Wink

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January 22, 2021, 12:33:37 PM
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Thank you for the replys. I did change the ticker to BSV, but is this the coin being traded on poloniex? https://poloniex.com/exchange/USDT_BCHSV or is this a differnt coin?
It is best to ask them directly to Poloniex what BTCCHSVBCD Tongue is and what it is used for?
Well i did a deposit and i see it pending, but they require 1000 blocks for confirmation. Seems like this is the coin i was talking about Wink We can't do anything if they put different ticker there, but most likely the ticker is only visible on the exchange. As long as we are talking about the same blockchain everything is fine Wink
 Shocked Poloniex requires 1000 confirmation blocks to validate your deposit Cheesy ask yourself the right question just WTF!

BSV uses SPV technology which allows you to transfer your funds instantly! If you ask me, stay away from this cardboard exchange.

The average hit of BSV transfers fees is 0.5sat/byte when you see exchanges charging you withdrawal fees like for example Bittrex turtle trading with 0.001BSV fees or even Poloniex and its 1000 confirmation blocks so run away they are stone eaters as it is on the (unjustified) fees... They tax you! So they make their business

Use Float SV exchange you will benefit from the right ticker name BSV; You will drastically economize on your BitCoin fees and you won't have all these unjustified constraints. https://www.floatsv.com/
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