Bitcoin Forum
February 26, 2021, 06:36:46 AM *
News: Latest Bitcoin Core release: 0.21.0 [Torrent]
 
   Home   Help Search Login Register More  
Warning: One or more bitcointalk.org users have reported that they strongly believe that the creator of this topic is a scammer. (Login to see the detailed trust ratings.) While the bitcointalk.org administration does not verify such claims, you should proceed with extreme caution.
Pages: « 1 ... 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 [134] 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 »
  Print  
Author Topic: [ANN] [BSV] [Bitcoin SV] Original Satoshi Vision  (Read 209775 times)
This is a self-moderated topic. If you do not want to be moderated by the person who started this topic, create a new topic. (633 posts by 23 users with 55 merit deleted.)
Do_zzze
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 288
Merit: 24

I 'm a supporter of BitcoinSV BSV #capacity #build


View Profile WWW
January 22, 2021, 01:15:39 PM
 #2661


Quote
The CoinGeek Pulse Episode 28: Tim Berners-Lee wants to reinvent Web, ECB calls for BTC regulation, earn Bitcoin with Haste

This week, we look into the internet’s iconic personalities, the unending regulatory saga of BTC, and a new Bitcoin-powered mobile game that is reminiscent of the old but still gold “Flappy Bird.”

Three decades after pioneering the early internet, World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee is looking at remaking the digital space. In a media interview, Berners-Lee said, “People are fed up with the lack of controls, the silos.” He added, “It’s the lack of empowerment, they want to do stuff, they want to collaborate with people.”

With his new start up ‘Inrupt,’ the British computer scientist is now realizing his ambition of building a better internet—the web that he admits to have originally wanted. His vision will enable person-to-person sharing and collaboration, and a single sign-on for any service while leaving the user in control of its own data. Sounds like Bitcoin? Yes, it does. However, it isn’t. Berners-Lee will be using ‘PODS’ or personal online data stores that will be his key ingredient to remaking the internet.

This vision and all these features TBL is working on to rebuild the internet have already arrived with the advent of Bitcoin and the Metanet. The single-sign on idea alone for Inrupt is a feature of Maxthon’s Vbox—the Bitcoin based identity system released last year. Metanet, on the other hand, is a “value network” created on the Bitcoin blockchain that will serve as a secure alternative to the Internet but with a built in micropayments functionality allowing practically free frictionless commerce online.

This, according to Bitcoin inventor and Metanet creator, nChain Chief Scientist Dr. Craig S. Wright, is where the “Internet becomes a sidechain to the Bitcoin blockchain.”

In a micro world within the World Wide Web, Twitter founder Jack Dorsey shares his passion for Bitcoin or BTC? It is hard to tell. Dorsey’s tweets came after his platform banned former U.S. President Donald Trump on Twitter for political reasons.

Describing the decision as “a company making a business decision to moderate itself,” Dorsey noted that it felt like a “government removing access.” Instead, he suggested Bitcoin represents a better model of “what the internet wants to be, and over time, more of it will be.”

Speaking of Bitcoin, the European Central Bank (ECB) has called for BTC’s greater global regulation.

According to reports, ECB chief Christine Lagarde said criminals worldwide are increasingly using the digital currency. She did not, however, mentioned any specific case. In her recent media interview, she said that BTC “is a highly speculative asset, which has conducted some funny business and some interesting and totally reprehensible money laundering activity.” She added criminals were relying on BTC and patchy regulation to move illegitimate money without oversight or supervision.

The ECB president joins a number of regulators calling for more urgency around globally coordinated regulation of the sector.

In other news, a new fun Bitcoin-powered app is shaking up Twitter and soon, the world.

Haste, the exciting new game where you simply tap as quickly as possible the stimulus or screen and where the lowest score wins, prides itself as the future of Bitcoin gaming. The game rewards its players through its micropayment-based incentive system.

https://twitter.com/playwithhaste/status/1348802768027353090

The app serves as a great example of a proof of concept for an effective and powerful incentive mechanism, which developers can integrate into their games and applications. This brings a massive potential for game and app developers to create games that users can enjoy and even monetize.

Bitcoin users are already reaping the rewards with exciting new applications like Haste using the recently launched simplified development kit HandCash Connect. All possible and can only be done on Bitcoin SV.

https://youtu.be/WWTWn010MRs


Source: https://coingeek.com/the-coingeek-pulse-episode-28-tim-berners-lee-wants-to-reinvent-web-ecb-calls-for-btc-regulation-earn-bitcoin-with-haste/ Thanks to Stephanie Tower

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.
Advertised sites are not endorsed by the Bitcoin Forum. They may be unsafe, untrustworthy, or illegal in your jurisdiction. Advertise here.
1614321406
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1614321406

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1614321406
Reply with quote  #2

1614321406
Report to moderator
1614321406
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1614321406

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1614321406
Reply with quote  #2

1614321406
Report to moderator
1614321406
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1614321406

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1614321406
Reply with quote  #2

1614321406
Report to moderator
BSVfan
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 142
Merit: 4


View Profile WWW
January 22, 2021, 02:11:12 PM
Last edit: January 22, 2021, 02:41:43 PM by BSVfan
 #2662

CSW recent words are disgusting, usual shit he is trying to pull.  fucking disgusting. stain.
All tastes are in the nature! Since he seems to have created Bitcoin then his approach can be considered legitimate despite the fact that no one can put himself in his place. Justice will clarify the facts in due course. As read here "When the lie takes the lift, the truth takes the stairs. Even if it takes longer, the truth always arrives in the end!". Personally, I consider that BTC took the lift (Actual BTC developers seem to have a good understanding of the impact and depth of their facts and other exposures. It is only a matter of time before ...).

I find it very strange that the specialized press almost passes under silence the fact of the double spend which occurred on BTC despite colossal hashing power which enriches a specialised elite while Bitcoin at the base is addressed accessible extraction to all; Finally, here is the global impartiality? Is there a correlation with the imminent arrival of BlackRock 🥕 for an 8 billion $ possible injection? Anything is possible in the world, maybe even your respectful consideration if one day soon CSW signs under a court order ordonance, think about it... Would you really be willing to write "Excuse me Satoshi"? Anything is possible Wink it's a question of perspective & common sense. In the meantime building with BSV is valuable. Using BSV is useful for you to take the step to understand these perspectives.

Hello to you! As a technology enthusiast I love to share knowledge and connect people's knowledge. I am a supporter of the useful Bitcoin 🐉 BSV
$romain
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 42
Merit: 4


View Profile WWW
January 22, 2021, 03:25:21 PM
 #2663

CSW recent words are disgusting, usual shit he is trying to pull.  fucking disgusting. stain.

No more disgusting than the attitude of all these fucking morons, usual shit he is trying to pull. Stain.
hv_
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 1848
Merit: 828

Clean Code and Scale


View Profile WWW
January 22, 2021, 03:34:21 PM
 #2664

BSV works fine

due to law and honest mining - read the White Paper

Now things getting cleared

Carpe diem  -  understand the White Paper and mine honest.
Fix real world issues: Check out b-vote.com
The simple way is the genius way - Satoshi's Rules: humana veris _
BSVfan
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 142
Merit: 4


View Profile WWW
January 22, 2021, 03:54:05 PM
 #2665


Quote
You need BSV apps? Do you know MetaStore.app?

Search all Bitcoin apps - MetaStore is your go-to place for finding the latest BitcoinSV applications. This is the richest, most powerful and up-to-date store of the many BSV apps. Quickly find any app you are looking for, and earn money today by adding new apps to the blockchain using MetaStore.  

How it works

MetaStore is a way for anyone to earn money by adding or improving data about Bitcoin(SV) apps on the blockchain. The goal is to create the richest, most powerful and up-to-date repository of the many Bitcoin apps.

Search all the apps and earn money by adding new ones to the directory.

MetaStore starts as an app store, but has the potential to become a global search engine entirely curated by its users. If you spend a little bit of time you will already find other types of content on it, like an onchain movie.

How can I earn?
Here are a few of the many ways to earn Bitcoin using MetaStore today & in the future: You will be able to earn Bitcoin by adding new apps, adding images or tags to existing apps, reporting bad content, even by upvoting and downvoting, but also by sharing this website with a special link.

We are going to add many other ways for you to contribute & to earn bitcoin soon so stay tuned!

Why was MetaStore created?
MetaStore was created to provide everyone with an efficient way to explore and search all the Bitcoin apps that have been created.

One of its main goals is also to explore new ways in which Bitcoin can allows us to improve:
1) how to better rank content
2) how to allow people that don't know each others to collaborate on content creation & get rewarded fairly, according to the value of their contribution

Is it compatible with other apps?
MetaStore's onchain protocol is evolving fast and is public so anyone can build a compatible app. Over time we plan to set the protocol in stone.If you are an app developer please reach out for collaboration.

Why does 0 vote looks like a 2.5/5 rating?
This is so users don't think 0/5 is the same as no reviews because they would look too similar, and because we plan to add downvotes soon. So starting at the mean of 2.5/5 will make it easier to differentiate between no review, where we don't know if it's good or bad, and actually downvoted apps.

Who built MetaStore?
MetaStore is the first Bitcoin project of Zhell, and was inspired by the work of Synfonaut

You can also find Zhell on Twetch and Baemail



Source: https://metastore.app/

Hello to you! As a technology enthusiast I love to share knowledge and connect people's knowledge. I am a supporter of the useful Bitcoin 🐉 BSV
Do_zzze
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 288
Merit: 24

I 'm a supporter of BitcoinSV BSV #capacity #build


View Profile WWW
January 22, 2021, 05:25:39 PM
 #2666

CSW recent words are disgusting, usual shit he is trying to pull.  fucking disgusting. stain.
All tastes are in the nature! Since he seems to have created Bitcoin then his approach can be considered legitimate despite the fact that no one can put himself in his place. Justice will clarify the facts in due course. As read here "When the lie takes the lift, the truth takes the stairs. Even if it takes longer, the truth always arrives in the end!". Personally, I consider that BTC took the lift (Actual BTC developers seem to have a good understanding of the impact and depth of their facts and other exposures. It is only a matter of time before ...).

I find it very strange that the specialized press almost passes under silence the fact of the double spend which occurred on BTC despite colossal hashing power which enriches a specialised elite while Bitcoin at the base is addressed accessible extraction to all; Finally, here is the global impartiality? Is there a correlation with the imminent arrival of BlackRock 🥕 for an 8 billion $ possible injection? Anything is possible in the world, maybe even your respectful consideration if one day soon CSW signs under a court order ordonance, think about it... Would you really be willing to write "Excuse me Satoshi"? Anything is possible Wink it's a question of perspective & common sense. In the meantime building with BSV is valuable. Using BSV is useful for you to take the step to understand these perspectives.


Quote
Responding to Antonopoulos on the BTC double-spend analysis

Just recently, BitMex Research’s ForkMonitor detected a split in the BTC chain, where the temporarily leading chain was re-org’d, and therefore 1 block was orphaned. Nothing substantially important or notable with that alone… Reorgs happen all the time, and they are a fundamental part of the design in which Bitcoin works and awards miners for the most work done on the network.

What made this particularly unique, which ended up sending “crypto-twitter” (as it is colloquially termed) into a meltdown was the fact that one of the transactions showed a conflict. It did not fit the usual RBF type transaction.

What is RBF?
Replace-By-Fee is a method of transacting on the BTC chain that Core devs implemented to help speed up transactions on their plodding network. Because of BTC’s limited transactional through-put, only a certain number of transactions can be processed at a time. This puts the speed limit at approximately 3 transactions per second… a terrible speed for a payment network. Miners (who process transactions) pick up the transactions from the queue not in a first in first out service, but in a highest fee come first method. It is for this reason, every BTC transaction has a sizeable fee attached to it… everyone is trying to get to the head of the queue. At times of extreme traffic, users have been forced to wait several days and over to see their transactions proceed, even with reasonable fees attached.

This is where BTC Core developers introduced RBF, a policy that allows a sender of a transaction, to redo the transaction and attach a bigger fee to it. So suppose my transaction has been waiting 2 days, and I had paid a 2 dollar fee, I can then rebroadcast the same transaction and increase the fee. I am basically creating a new transaction with a higher fee, to lure miners into picking it up first.

So when people tried to hush it down the transaction with calls of RBF, it’s very easy to point out a few things… Firstly the values were different, both transactions were recorded on different blocks, and importantly, the lower fee transaction, a surprisingly low 1 sat/byte actually won out in the end.

Author of Mastering Bitcoin, Andreas Antonopoulos, responded in damage control.

In a tweet storm he explains that reorgs are part and parcel of BTC operations and business as usual. He then explains the probabilities of reorgs, and how tremendously infrequent they become statistically beyond 1 or 2 block deep reorgs. All this is fine and all are in agreeance.

https://twitter.com/aantonop/status/1352258125932371968

Andreas explains that “During a re-organization, there is a chance for someone to attempt a ‘double spend.’ This is not a double spend from the perspective of the blockchain as a whole. Only one spend survives, therefore no double spends happen.” Yes, there is only 1 chain that survives, only 1 transaction that survives, but as he points out later, it can by all means be the wrong transaction that survives. And that’s the whole point! Whenever we talk about double spends, or a 51% attack it is always a re-write of the blockchain, and rarely in the context of a coin spent twice within the same chain. Not too long ago over US$5 million was double spent on the Ethereum Classic network. This too only ended up with 1 history of events and 1 transaction. The transaction that lost out was orphaned. Granted this was a major re-org that was exceptionally deep for ETC.

He then mentions page 8 of the whitepaper, where calculations are shown on probabilities of double spends. Except, the very page he refers to is specifically speaking about the attack that occurred. There is substantial evidence to show that the double spend was a carefully crafted and timed transaction designed to do what it did. The person that created the transaction knew very well what they were doing. Interestingly, Andreas makes a point about waiting for confirmations on bigger values. This is good advice indeed for all POW blockchains. But to take his advice directly and apply it to what happened in the reorged issue at hand presents the point of the problem. This was a mere US$21 double spend. The kind of amount where most people would accept a single confirmation.

Antonopoulos concludes “Consider it debunked.” I think the issue is rather now flagged, and BTC community should now make considerations on a suitable number of confirms even for smaller amounts, and not just bigger amounts. But beyond this, how do Lightning Network developers resolve this issue with settlements that this presents?

Compounding matters however, are the implications that this could have for Lightning Network channels and settlements, as noted by nChain’s chief scientist Dr. Craig S Wright. Dr. Wright, the inventor Bitcoin, states that “if you double spend a Lightning Network settlement, you effectively break the entire system. Watch towers are all about putative spends, no inputs, no punishment… By definition what happened was a double spend.”


https://twitter.com/sgbett_614/status/1352604133417750533

The effort in which Andreas went in to try to quash fears was understandable. People have real money invested, and panic can do ugly things to a market. It highlights a duplicity however, where in the past, mere reorgs on BSV (that had no double spends at all) were smeared all over media outlets. Dare I say if this incident was on BSV, the world would’ve known about it.

Antonopoulos also criticized the fact that publications quoted BSV people, instead of an “actual Bitcoin developer or expert”:



That’s a cheap shot, so here is a BTC Core developer from way back saying what we said:



On the other hand, BSV accepts 0-confirmation payments for such small amounts quite easily and securely. Firstly, miners work on a first seen rule (as opposed to highest paid fee rule). Secondly, ecosystem wallets such as HandCash have built-in double-spend detection systems.

Ivan Mlinarić, who is a software engineer at HandCash, had the following to say:

“Handcash had to do a little more than find a couple of reputable miners and make sure to broadcast or rebroadcast every transaction involved HC users. It’s mostly about being well connected, but avoiding comms with sybil nodes, especially for the wrong reasons. In essence, it’s not much of a technical challenge, but rather, business related as we needed to establish relationships with miners and work on direct, efficient communication. There are other things we can do also, but those things are private at this stage. At any point if there’s an issue, an internal alarm is triggered. So far this happened a couple of times and it was due to our own bug. Understanding network topology is the key.

When it comes to double spending in BTC or BSV we need to understand there are two distinct approaches. BSV works with zero conf out of the box because miners respect first seen rule. That also reduces complexity and scalability of the node itself. It’s boiled down to simple ordering of transactions without doing too much mumbo-jumbo. BSV can have reorgs and they have no effect on individual transactions because they are all based on first seen rule and they get included in all competing chains if there is a chain split situation.

HandCash running on BTC would be extremely boring wallet and I would rather use traditional banking service then as it’s much faster.”

Handcash is one of several competing BSV wallets that are competing, but also working together to develop a more robust experience through various workshops organised by Bitcoin Association.


Source: https://coingeek.com/responding-to-antonopoulos-on-the-btc-double-spend-analysis/Big Thanks to Eli Afram @justicemate

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.
BSVfan
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 142
Merit: 4


View Profile WWW
January 22, 2021, 07:23:01 PM
 #2667

Do you know TDXP.app exchange one of the best exchange in the world?

Enjoy the unique experience of #onchaintrading. Use #BitCoin to trade commodities, stocks, indices forex & crypto or earn as a liquidity provider

 TDXP.app Liquidity provider list 100 pairs in #BitCoin SV ONLY!

-crypto
-commodities
-stocks
-indices
-forex

Here is an interesting graphic comparing https://tdxp.app with a few exchanges some of you may know.



You can also find regular Trading contests here.




Hello to you! As a technology enthusiast I love to share knowledge and connect people's knowledge. I am a supporter of the useful Bitcoin 🐉 BSV
Pastaga
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 12
Merit: 0


View Profile
January 23, 2021, 11:55:14 AM
 #2668

......
I find it very strange that the specialized press almost passes under silence the fact of the double spend which occurred on BTC despite colossal hashing power which enriches a specialised elite while Bitcoin at the base is addressed accessible extraction to all; Finally, here is the global impartiality? Is there a correlation with the imminent arrival of BlackRock 🥕 for an 8 billion $ possible injection? ......


Strongly agree
Quote
It was not just a double spend. The story broke on the 21st day at 21:21 UTC, in the 21st year of the 21st century on a network of 21 quadrillion units, there was a magically small exploit of US$21 on the BTC network, and nobody seems to care—at least not yet.

 Shocked https://coingeek.com/double-spend-newspeak-and-the-case-for-magic-numbers/
BSVfan
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 142
Merit: 4


View Profile WWW
January 23, 2021, 01:38:44 PM
 #2669

Quote
Blockchain Company TAAL Adopts BitcoinSV For Its Secure, Low Transaction Cost and Scalability

TAAL was one of the Benzinga Global Small-Cap Conference sponsors on December 8-9, 2020. The information contained in this article in no way represents investment advice or opinion on the part of Benzinga or its writers and is intended for informational purposes only.
 
BitcoinSV was born from the desire to bring Satoshi Nakamoto’s original vision for Bitcoin to fruition. Nakamoto was a pseudonym used by inventor Dr. Craig S. Wright, who was recognized with a U.S. copyright registration as the author of the original white paper which inspired the creation of Bitcoin entitled, “Bitcoin: A Peer to Peer Electronic System.” Written in 2008, his concept for Bitcoin was to create one global and scalable blockchain that would meet the needs of enterprises and consumers worldwide.
 
BitcoinSV (BSV) blockchain is a disruptive technology, much like AI, smartphones, and the internet, in 1995. The growth is comparable, showing a rapid adoption of BSV blockchain technology. On May 16, 2020, TAAL processed a world record block on the BitcoinSV Main Network, totaling 369 MB block and containing over 1.3 million transactions, speaking to its infrastructure and scalability capability. While on December 2, 2020, the BSV network processed over 4.3 million transactions, dwarfing competing blockchain daily transactions on that day.  
 
Taal Distributed Information Technologies Inc (OTCQX: TAALF) (CSE:TAAL) (FWB:9SQ1) is a pure-play on the global adoption of BitcoinSV. TAAL is an emerging blockchain infrastructure and transaction processing company delivering solutions on the BitcoinSV blockchain at scale and at a cost advantage to enterprise clients that want to build large scale blockchain applications.
 
The company’s solutions are industry agnostic and currently cover a wide range of sectors, including fintech, healthcare, big data, supply chain, eSports, casinos, and iGaming.
 
TAAL owns, operates, and manages its blockchain infrastructure, located within Canada, which provides the processing power to guarantee that high-volumes of data throughput are validated faster than traditional methods. The processing power creates short-term shareholder value by winning block reward revenue from the BSV network.  
 
As global enterprise rapidly evolves, TAAL addresses their needs and demonstrates the business advantage possible through BitcoinSV blockchain adoption. Currently, enterprises across industries are exploring blockchain solutions to improve their business operations, meet the demand for real-time transactions, unlimited transaction scalability, low transaction fees, network security, and industry compliance. Through its proprietary cloud-based platform solution, TAAL has met these progressing needs in a secure, trusted, and rapidly expanding environment.
 
“With business value added by blockchain anticipated to surpass $176 billion by 2025, TAAL believes that BitcoinSV will be the standard cloud-based blockchain for enterprise software,” said Chris Naprawa, President of TAAL.
 

Not All Blockchains Are Created Equal

Blockchain technology is being rapidly adopted by large enterprises globally, and TAAL is building cloud-based industry-agnostic tools and services to meet the demand for this rapid adoption.
 
One of the reasons TAAL chose BitcoinSV as its blockchain of choice is that it assures clients that the company uses a blockchain with a stable, locked in protocol that gives enterprises the confidence to invest capital to build large scale applications that meet regulatory, compliance, and financial requirements.
BitcoinSV provides the company with the ability to service clients in the following ways:

low and cost-effective transaction fees

a secure and immutable global ledger of data records

the power to seamlessly issue smart contracts through the tokenization of real-world assets (real estate, securities, and insurance)

TAAL believes that BitcoinSV guarantees the security, scalability, and economics enterprises require to start utilizing this new technology in their day-to-day business channels. Research from Gartner predicts that at least 25% of the Forbes Global 2000 will use blockchain for digital trust at scale in 2021.

“Blockchain is moving at pace to deliver real-world business solutions, and with that, we are seeing its transformative acceptance by enterprise organizations across industry sectors who increasingly see this technology bringing them a real, competitive advantage,” said Naprawa.

Recent Developments

TAAL recently announced that it had acquired additional North American processing power to support the future of enterprise transaction processing.

Once fully deployed, the purchase represents over 130 petahash/s ("PH") in additional computing power and will bring the company's overall computing capacity up to more than 280 PH.

Blockchain transaction processing is the core of TAAL’s business, and technology advancements such as this help support the company’s overall growth strategy.

“The big differentiator with us, and being on a public chain, is we can be as accountable to our customers and the market as possible,” said Naprawa. “Massive transaction volumes are coming, and we believe that TAAL brings the accountability that will help enterprises move from private solutions or cloud solutions to this public blockchain solution, and that’s why we focused on that [purchasing of blockchain computers].”

For information on TAAL, you can visit the company’s website by clicking here.


Source: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/blockchain-company-taal-adopts-bitcoinsv-173952475.html Big tanks to Jaycee Tenn
👉 https://craigwright.net/bitcoin-white-paper.pdf

Hello to you! As a technology enthusiast I love to share knowledge and connect people's knowledge. I am a supporter of the useful Bitcoin 🐉 BSV
kna
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 195
Merit: 17


View Profile WWW
January 23, 2021, 01:49:10 PM
 #2670

~
I also hope that's not your way of submitting your requested pic for my next meme.
~

Hey Princess! You seem to like memes instead of licking your screen  Tongue ... Come and join the memes broadcaster groups https://powping.com/channels so you can (maybe) win some real BitCoin with your creations!

🟢 Come & learn how to develop on BitCoin so you can understand in depth what it's all about. For example, what are the differences of being able to work on a stable, secure and unlimited protocol with free training. This way your knowledge and potential can be truly enhanced. https://bitcoinassociation.net/bitcoin-association-to-partner-with-saxion-university-on-bitcoin-sv-massive-open-online-courses/
kna
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 195
Merit: 17


View Profile WWW
January 23, 2021, 01:57:50 PM
 #2671

Oh look its the copy and paste thread about a COPY and paste fakecoin

Did you know that there are places on the planet where the internet is restricted, be it in Asia, Central Europe, Africa or even South America, many unfortunately do not have the luxury of "equal internet". This is why information about BitCoin is also centralised on this thread, which has already been accessed more than 200,000 times. The aim is to transmit and inform no more and no less. If the desire to show off and be seen as a clown seems to be a primary need for you, then all the better, it won't stop readers and participants from differentiating between your clowning and the facts.



🟢 Come & learn how to develop on BitCoin so you can understand in depth what it's all about. For example, what are the differences of being able to work on a stable, secure and unlimited protocol with free training. This way your knowledge and potential can be truly enhanced. https://bitcoinassociation.net/bitcoin-association-to-partner-with-saxion-university-on-bitcoin-sv-massive-open-online-courses/
Bitcoin SV (BSV)
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 37
Merit: 10


View Profile WWW
January 23, 2021, 02:17:27 PM
 #2672

Remember:
Quote
Bitcoin SV Means Business: Why BSV is the Enterprise-Friendly Blockchain

Bitcoin SV (BSV) is Bitcoin meant for business, and is the blockchain all enterprises should build upon.  BSV is the rebirth of the original Bitcoin, designed to fulfil the Satoshi Vision.  Emerging from the contentious November 15, 2018 hard fork of the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network, BSV now stands as its own chain and token.  Unlike Bitcoin Core (BTC) and BCH under Bitcoin ABC’s development plan, BSV’s mission is clear and focused:  restore the original Satoshi protocol, keep it stable, and enable it to massively scale on-chain.  That is the only way to make Bitcoin the world’s new money (a peer-to-peer electronic cash system) and the global public ledger for the world’s biggest enterprises.

Since the November hard fork, native Bitcoin businesses have quickly announced #WeChooseSV, and added support for BSV.  In fact, many of the best BCH applications – such as Centbee, HandCash, Money Button, and Keyport TV – have moved exclusively over to BSV.  Their reasons are strikingly consistent:  BSV means business.  Here’s why all global enterprises should use BSV.

1. BSV promises a stable protocol.
BSV seeks to restore Bitcoin to Satoshi’s version 0.1 protocol.  This means re-enabling the Satoshi opcodes, and removing artificially-imposed limits (such as the limit of 201 op codes per script).  The approach rests on the belief that the original Bitcoin protocol has all it needs to sustain a vibrant, scalable network.  As Satoshi wrote on June 17, 2010, Bitcoin’s original design was meant to remain for a lifetime:

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.

But Bitcoin never had the opportunity to flourish the way it was born to be, before Bitcoin Core developers restricted it.  The Bitcoin Core group froze an artificial 1 MB block size limit, disabled numerous original Satoshi opcodes, and supports the Lightning Network as a Layer-2 alternative to on-chain scaling.  It then forever altered Bitcoin by adding Segregated Witness in August 2017.   These changes moved BTC far away from Bitcoin’s fundamental design.

In August 2017, Bitcoin Cash emerged as a supposed effort to reclaim the original Satoshi Vision.  But it later became clear that BCH developer groups treat Bitcoin Cash as an experimental playground –implementing new transaction ordering rules, new op codes, and risking controversial changes every 6 months or even faster.  In fact, during the November 2018 network upgrade, Bitcoin ABC’s developer team implemented three (yes, three) hard forks within just one week; it added checkpoints and 10 block reorganization protection — changes which undermine the fundamental role of Bitcoin miners to determine the valid blockchain through their Proof of Work.  As early as January 2019, BCH now seeks to introduce Avalanche, a pre-consensus concept and move towards a Proof of Stake system.  There’s even renewed discussion now for BCH to reduce the block interval from 10 minutes to a significantly shorter period.   When will it stop?  With each protocol change, BCH moves further away from Bitcoin, and has become another alt-coin.

That’s not good for business.  The world’s largest enterprises, such as Amazon.com and Uber, will not invest significant time and resources to build applications on Bitcoin’s blockchain, if the base protocol frequently changes at a developer group’s whim.  That is why BSV simply wants to restore the original Satoshi protocol, and then keep it stable.   Any significant protocol changes after that should be rare, and implemented only with strong consensus and adequate testing.  Developers can experiment all they want; but they should do so on top of the base layer rather than change the foundation.

BSV offers a Bitcoin protocol that is solid rock, not moving sand.  With a solid-rock foundation, global businesses can reliably build robust applications, projects, and ventures upon BSV – just as they reliably build upon the long-stable Internet protocol.

2. BSV will be a massively scalable network.
Since the beginning, the Satoshi Vision was always for Bitcoin to massively scale.  In April 2009, in Bitcoin’s infancy, Satoshi Nakamoto wrote to Mike Hearn that Bitcoin “never really hits a scale ceiling:”

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.

Therefore, attempts to artificially limit the block size – such as Bitcoin Core’s 1 MB cap – violate the Satoshi Vision.  On the BCH network, developer groups are not open to scaling as quickly as the Satoshi Vision needs; for the November 2018 upgrade, they kept their default block cap at 32 MB.  In contrast, BSV raised its default to 128 MB, as a big step towards even higher block caps.  The BSV roadmap will one day remove the block cap entirely, and let miners configure for themselves what block sizes they will accept.

Unlike the Bitcoin Core and Bitcoin Cash camps, Bitcoin SV has already shown that bigger blocks are possible now.  During a November 10, 2018 preview of the Professional Stress Test, Bitcoin SV’s software successfully mined five 32 MB blocks.  At the time, those were the largest ever on a public blockchain.  Nine days later, during the main Professional Stress Test, we saw bigger world record blocks on the BSV chain of 38 MB and then 64 MB.

Big blocks are critical to attract big business.  Just like companies want a stable platform to build upon, they will only develop enterprise-level applications on a Bitcoin blockchain they know is scalable – with throughput capacity established in advance to support their high volume needs.  Bigger blocks are also needed to support the increased diversity of transactions which businesses want to perform, such as token and smart-contract transactions, in addition to simple payments.   If you’re a company looking to build global Bitcoin solutions for supply-chain management, electronic data interchange, or smart contracts, you need a massively scaled network.

That is why BSV announces – loudly and proudly – that it is “open for business” with a much higher block capacity than Bitcoin Core or Bitcoin Cash offer.  We hope to see 1-2 GB size block caps on BSV within 2 years.  With nChain’s Teranode project, we plan an even bigger future of terabyte (1 million MB) size blocks, so that BSV becomes the global public ledger for the world’s biggest enterprises to use for all kinds of financial and data transactions.

3. BSV uses a professionalised approach to security
As I have been saying, it’s time for Bitcoin to grow up and professionalise.  The BSV full node team takes that seriously.  For its engineering approach to security, it is taking steps never been done before in the history of cryptocurrency:

● Offering a world-class bug bounty program to encourage the world’s best security researchers, to find and responsibly disclose bugs. Bounties go up to USD $100,000 (payable in BSV) for the most critical bugs, and rival programs offered by tech giants Google and Microsoft.

● Following a well-defined Quality Assurance process, before making any code changes, and adopting practices from the most security-sensitive industries.

● Being the first-ever fully security-audited Bitcoin-node implementation in history. With financial support from CoinGeek, the BSV node team has engaged Trail of Bits, a top-class security audit firm to review the BSV code and strengthen quality assurance practices.  In the blockchain space, Trail of Bits has previously worked on projects for Sai, RSKj, and Livepeer.  The cost for security audit work is significant, which is likely why it has never been done before in Bitcoin’s history.  But thanks to CoinGeek, BSV will benefit from professional security audit testing.
BSV has a plan to create industry best practices, and deliver unprecedented commitment to quality assurance and professionalised engineering.  That’s exactly what big businesses want for an enterprise-friendly blockchain.

4. BSV has a regulation-friendly mindset.
BSV’s supporters do not invite unnecessary regulation, but we know it is important to create a platform that lives in the real world, with real laws.  For Bitcoin to achieve global adoption, businesses and consumers need confidence that using its currency and blockchain is legally safe.  Whether we agree with them or not, we cannot ignore regulations that govern how a company operates on the Bitcoin blockchain.  That is why the BSV ecosystem attracts businesses and applications who want to build in a regulation-friendly environment.

A good example is the Tokenized team, which won CoinGeek’s £5 million tokenisation contest in large part because its solution enables a token issuer to comply with laws in its operating jurisdictions. That’s smart, business-friendly, and indicative of the BSV ethos.

In contrast, some of BCH’s strongest advocates call for legally questionable practices.   When extolling the virtues of new BCH opcode OP_CHECKDATASIG (or OP_DATASIGVERIFY), Bitcoin.com’s CTO Emil Oldenburg proposed using it for gambling applications, such as “on-chain bets” or “wagers” and “escrow services.” What he describes is a marketplace of bets on the rise or fall of an asset’s price, without the actual financial asset being traded; that is actually an illegal “bucket shop” under U.S. and other laws.

Even worse, in a video statement, Bitcoin.com’s CEO Roger Ver suggests the BCH blockchain can be used for transactions to buy illegal drugs, and any type of transactions for that matter, saying that:

[Bitcoin allows for] permission-less use. You don’t need permission to do whatever the hell you want with it. If you want to gamble on the Internet, that’s just fine too. If you want to buy drugs on the Internet, that’s just fine too.  

I support everyone’s right to their own opinion, and take no position on how governments should regulate gambling, narcotics, or anything else.  But Bitcoin will not grow to global adoption and use by billions of people, if it is promoted with illegal use cases.  That scares away big businesses, and will just bring heightened government scrutiny.  That is why BSV’s ethos is to act responsibly, respect the law, and attract enterprise usage.

Businesses Choose SV
BSV’s enterprise-friendly approach makes it easy to attract sensible Bitcoin businesses.  Some of the best application founders echo our thinking when they explain why they say #WeChooseSV:

HandCash’s co-founder Alex Agut wrote:

The Bitcoin SV side is more aligned with us in terms of global adoption, keeping Bitcoin legal and innovating on top of the protocol – not messing with it and causing splits again and again.

Keyport TV’s co-founder Sumanth Neppali explained:

We seek stability, and we do not want an ‘upgrade’ every 6 months.
Bitcoin is not a dev playground.  Money is not a Javascript framework that every 6 months, something new will be released.
Bitcoin’s design is complete.



Money Button/Yours.org co-founder Ryan X. Charles observed:

Bitcoin SV is the closest blockchain to the original Bitcoin protocol.
Bitcoin SV is committed to keeping the base protocol in place – ‘set in stone.’  This is extremely desirable from our point of view, as the protocol as it stands today is sufficient for our business indefinitely into the future.
Bitcoin SV understands the urgent need to scale.



10 years after the birth of Bitcoin, it is time to fully realize the Satoshi Vision.  To do so, we must build a blockchain designed for business:  to meet real enterprise needs, to be used by real people, and to comply with real laws.  It means we need a stable protocol, allow for massive scaling, and add a professionalized approach to security.  That’s the BSV way, and that’s why Bitcoin SV means business.


https://bitcoinassociation.net/bitcoin-sv-means-business-why-bsv-is-the-enterprise-friendly-blockchain/ Jimmy Nguyen Wink Published: December 17, 2018
hv_
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 1848
Merit: 828

Clean Code and Scale


View Profile WWW
January 23, 2021, 03:35:32 PM
 #2673

Jimmy on the show

https://youtu.be/hr-At2tOmMY


Carpe diem  -  understand the White Paper and mine honest.
Fix real world issues: Check out b-vote.com
The simple way is the genius way - Satoshi's Rules: humana veris _
BSVfan
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 142
Merit: 4


View Profile WWW
January 23, 2021, 06:36:07 PM
 #2674

Quote
Wladimir van der Laan steps back from BTC Core role, asks for more decentralization

BTC Core lead developer Wladimir van der Laan has decided to step back from his role, citing the need to “decentralize” more aspects of the project. In the past few days, van der Laan had faced criticism from others for his swift response in removing links to the Bitcoin white paper on BitcoinCore.org.

Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig Wright’s legal team has sent numerous letters to various parties in the past week, demanding they remove copies of the original Bitcoin white paper he authored in 2008. Van der Laan’s compliance with the request was called everything from “unfortunate” to “cowardice” and “capitulation” from other developers and the internet’s army of armchair lawyers in their responses.

In a blog post titled “The widening gyre,” van der Laan noted that although he has been a major contributor to the Core protocol code, he has not been the most active developer in the past year. However he still has the second-highest number of git merges on GitHub, so his role has been significant. While he will be stepping back from his leadership role, his taking a more “background role” does not mean he’s leaving the project altogether.

“Responses on social media have made me realize that people have strange expectations of me,” he wrote, adding that his role is “particularly stressful” and surrounded by “bizarre social media spats” that shouldn’t define him as a person.

https://twitter.com/orionwl/status/1352181235766988800

Van der Laan has contributed to the Bitcoin and BTC Core code since 2011. The GPG key used to sign BTC Core releases carries his personal name, and he also suggested renaming this or splitting it into pieces. This, along with moving away from GitHub/website distribution and calling for others to take more active roles, would further decentralize BTC.

About that decentralization

“One thing is clear: this is a serious project now, and we need to start taking decentralization seriously,” van der Laan said.

Some of Van der Laan’s comments about decentralization echo several made by Dr. Wright himself: that concentrating control over the protocol in the hands of a few developers creates a centralized system. For all its talk of keeping BTC “decentralized” with small transaction blocks and non-mining “nodes,” it’s notable that only a handful of people have the power to change the fundamental rules.

Dr. Wright is referring to control over the protocol rules here, rather than the number of people coding the software or the number of processing nodes. Bitcoin BSV, after restoring Bitcoin’s original protocol in February 2020, has its transaction rules “set in stone” to guarantee stability and security (i.e. that transactions created 10 years ago will still work 100 years from now).


Denying access to the white paper? Not at all

Much of the outrage and defiance surrounding Dr. Wright’s legal demands has focused on the white paper itself, erroneously assuming the intent is to deny access to Bitcoin’s original vision.

An angry response from Core developer Greg Maxwell on Reddit encapsulated this mood. “What effect would it have on the availability of the whitepaper? If anything it would make it more available,” he wrote.

What Dr. Wright’s detractors claim is an unexpected consequence—that more people will read the white paper now—is an entirely expected one. More people should read the white paper (and watch the “Theory of Bitcoin” series analyzing it). If they do so, they will come to understand how BTC corrupted the original vision, and why that vision exists today only as Bitcoin BSV.

https://twitter.com/JimmyWinSV/status/1352481638945443842

Jimmy Nguyen @JimmyWinSV 22 jan.
With attention on Satoshi's white paper, Bitcoin supporters should actually READ IT. Bitcoin is intended to be "peer-to-peer electronic cash", USED to make daily Internet commerce payments - including for "small casual transactions" - more efficient by reducing transaction costs. The "digital gold" and [clearly volatile] store of value narrative pushed now by BTC supporters makes quite clear that BTC is not the Bitcoin system created and intended by Satoshi Nakamoto. I learned long ago - do not try to be something you are not.  So godspeed BTC - be who and whatever you are - BitGold, BitSoV, CoreCoin or anything else. Just have the intellectual honesty to stop calling yourself Bitcoin.



Maxwell also bemoaned Dr. Wright’s persistence in reclaiming control over his intellectual property, saying “Wright can declare war against the ocean but the ocean will just flow around him.”

For the record, van der Laan described Maxwell’s words as an “awesome response”.

https://twitter.com/orionwl/status/1352249825992044545

However the ocean is not sentient, nor made up of individual humans whose actions can be influenced. The BTC ecosystem is—it was this fact that saw developers alter the way its protocol handled back in 2017, and also allow the law to step in with redress if any of these individuals act improperly.

Dr. Wright’s recent actions are not about denying access to information. They are a means to establishing his authorship of Bitcoin’s original materials, and thus his legitimacy to speak on Bitcoin’s behalf. This could have far-reaching effects. He has also promised that the brouhaha over the white paper is just the beginning, saying further legal actions are on the way that will determine Bitcoin’s future.

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: https://coingeek.com/wladimir-van-der-laan-steps-back-from-btc-core-role-asks-for-more-decentralization/ Big Thanks to Jon Southurst

Hello to you! As a technology enthusiast I love to share knowledge and connect people's knowledge. I am a supporter of the useful Bitcoin 🐉 BSV
BSVfan
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 142
Merit: 4


View Profile WWW
January 23, 2021, 09:52:38 PM
Last edit: January 25, 2021, 12:09:12 AM by BSVfan
 #2675

Quote
The current controller of the http://Bitcoin.org website (Cobra) is correct.  
Bitcoin (in the form of BTC) has "almost nothing in common" with Satoshi's white paper.  
That is why BTC is no longer Bitcoin.




Source: https://twitter.com/JimmyWinSV/status/1353199385677467648

Quote
Edit: source https://twitter.com/JimmyWinSV/status/1353428770695356416:

Thanks @CobraBitcoin for admitting "The [Satoshi white] paper links to http://Bitcoin.org, but I feel like the Bitcoin described in the paper and the Bitcoin BTC described on http://Bitcoin.org are starting to diverge." Correct, so do not link the white paper with BTC

Quote

Text content> CobraBitcoin commented on Jul 1, 2016 I've been noticing that the Bitcoin paper at https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf is getting a lot of traffic (mainly from people searching for "bitcoin paper", or probably seeing it cited by other papers). Almost all the people reading the paper are probably reading it for the first time, and using it as a learning resource. However since the paper is so outdated, I believe it doesn't do a good job anymore of giving people a firm understanding of Bitcoin (at least the modern version). There is no mention of things like pools, and the Privacy and SPV sections could probably be updated. The paper links to bitcoin.org, but I feel like the Bitcoin described in the paper and the Bitcoin described on bitcoin.org are starting to diverge. At some point, I think the paper will start to do more harm than good, because it tricks people into believing they understand Bitcoin. I have seen people promote toxic and crazy ideas, and then cite parts of the paper in an effort to justify it. Academics are also regularly citing the paper and basing some of their reasoning and arguments on this outdated paper.


Quote

Text content>   Normally issues like this in other projects would be solved by regularly updating the learning resources, and documents, such as producing new editions or versions of the document to keep it in line with the current status of the project. I'd be interested to know the community's thoughts and opinions on this issue, since I know it's likely to be a divisive but some rational debate would be good, because it could become more of a problem in the future. There are already a few different versions of the paper out there, so Satoshi has already set the precedent that the paper should be updated to reflect the current realities of the software. I believe the paper was always designed to be a high level overview of the current reference implementation, and that we should update it now that the paper is outdated and the reference implementation has changed significantly from 2009.

Hello to you! As a technology enthusiast I love to share knowledge and connect people's knowledge. I am a supporter of the useful Bitcoin 🐉 BSV
Do_zzze
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 288
Merit: 24

I 'm a supporter of BitcoinSV BSV #capacity #build


View Profile WWW
January 24, 2021, 12:37:04 PM
 #2676


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.
BSVfan
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 142
Merit: 4


View Profile WWW
January 24, 2021, 11:48:16 PM
Last edit: January 25, 2021, 12:28:15 AM by BSVfan
 #2677


🟢 ⇩ Read this:


 ~ .: BTC is not BSV. BSV is BitCoin  Smiley

  Compare the source code BTC https://github.com/bitcoin Look at all that CORE equips to implement and everything that happens then BTC is clearly not what satoshi has achieved anymore, CORE modifies its œuvre.

  Here is a parable: for example you have acquired the Mona Lisa. You paint and then add a wig to it, colour it blue, paint sunglasses for anonymity and incidentally you stick a firecracker in its mouth. Then proud of your "creation" you decide to show the result to the whole world from Japan to Austria via Lapland and the Midwest with a diversion to Brazil and a break in New Zealand to go for a run with the All Blacks (yes sir), do you think she is still the Mona Lisa as Leonardo da Vinci originally painted her?  It is the same size as the Mona Lisa but it doesn't look like the Mona Lisa anymore, it has been transformed into something else so no it is not.



Another artistic representation of Leonardo da Vinci SeGwit code? Really??



  With BTC and what the CORE team has incremented in the BTC code over the years and what happens like Taproot, Tapscript and the signatures of Schnorr and other arms of Shiva.... You will find that this is not at all what satoshi's work was.  

  Now take the BSV code, https://github.com/bitcoin-sv look carefully at everything that was de-incremented by nChain, see now who is BitCoin as satoshi created it. You will notice that the BSV code is in conformity with CSW Satoshi Nakamoto's masterpiece thanks to nChain ppl 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.

Now you understand that: BitcoinSV (BSV) is the best technological opportunity of capacity for use and stable build on original Bitcoin protocol and that not incidentally BSV is Bitcoin Turing complete as it was originally, Tongue not BTC because BTC= is Not Turing complete Roll Eyes

  Yes it is BSV aka BitCoin.  Kiss Bisooo Bisooo




  Easy for many ppl can understand that BSV is BitCoin Original Protocol > Bit=Data + Coin=Money = BITCOIN






Hello to you! As a technology enthusiast I love to share knowledge and connect people's knowledge. I am a supporter of the useful Bitcoin 🐉 BSV
kna
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 195
Merit: 17


View Profile WWW
January 25, 2021, 01:10:47 AM
Last edit: January 26, 2021, 01:52:12 PM by kna
 #2678

It's up to you to understand what you want to understand

FrankenCore lied to you by selling you BTC as the original Bitcoin, (as if you finally think you're buying a Maserati ordered on the Internet, it is delivered to you and then you open the bonnet of the car and see that the engine is a Renault engine  Shocked) same effect with BTC sold to you as BTC "Bitcoin". You get fooled by doing Hodl.

https://coingeek.com/?s=crypto+cartel+ warns you.

Numerous accomplices everywhere in the global crypto wheel of plenty, numerous media controls, armies of planetary broadcasters, automated virtual bots, meticulously orchestrated FUDs, total manipulations, stable corners leaning on the $ fiat, gold, virtual monkeys (¿¡without audits!?) printed with tokens with which accomplices who operate as levers buy BTCs in large numbers the price goes up. ETH and its 8000 crypto clones at the lowest.... counted at 1 sat (not below) by shitcoin, even no sales volume but still counted by CoinMarketCap (Binance..) has the effect of participating in the artificial inflation of the global Coin Market Capitalisation and presents you with 900 billion in rigged assets. Other stables in Asia, America and elsewhere do worse!  Anonymous cryptoes that act as a smokescreen while stable wedges and other mouldy BNBs burn, futures contracts and other variations of neural sodomy sneak out your savings. This is the bitter conclusion of crypto in 2021.

If nothing shocks you then go back to sleep to dream that Tesla doesn't even sell 100,000 units a year but is capitalized at $773.53 billion nothing special eh?! good night... If all of this is of interest to you or If you are challenged by this, then it is high time to wake up and start thinking because the world is yours!

With BSV we preserve ourselves from all this crap, the vision of an evolved, useful world, not artificial neither in the technological development nor in the facts. No Hodl here. We create, we use technology, we develop it and we deploy it in the service of individuals, micro states, local authorities and companies. The technological breakthrough is total, but nobody sees it because it is drowned in your twitter and other brainwashing devoted to the cult of your idiocracy juice. No lies with Bitcoin SV, here we build for us, for you, for your future and for your children and their children. It's up to you to understand what you want to understand.

🟢 Come & learn how to develop on BitCoin so you can understand in depth what it's all about. For example, what are the differences of being able to work on a stable, secure and unlimited protocol with free training. This way your knowledge and potential can be truly enhanced. https://bitcoinassociation.net/bitcoin-association-to-partner-with-saxion-university-on-bitcoin-sv-massive-open-online-courses/
kna
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 195
Merit: 17


View Profile WWW
January 25, 2021, 09:18:11 AM
Last edit: January 25, 2021, 10:30:11 AM by kna
 #2679

..... Blablabla

And you still have no idea why people here call you Princess ... maybe it's time you changed your  strategy competition for consideration ... Make your own analysis feedback get the facts your action = completely useless daily posts in Bitcointalk that exude hatred, insults, defamation, frustration and obvious psychological problems. Reading your writings, I sometimes have the impression that your whole life is hanging by a thread, that of your Internet connection. Think what you want, do what you do, keep your head in your ass to continue to suck your droppings there, you've been doing so well for years,  you're not evolving anymore, just look at the history of one of your many pseudonyms. Okay 💩 is your action choice. You are the one who continues to lose your hair by acting like this.

People who are looking for relevant and verified information also have the right to find. if posts focused on BSV and among others from Coingeek, YahooFinance, Bitcoin Association, nChain and the Internet global network in general... Are here for several reasons including that of informing, to centralize information on the theme of Bitcoin and this has already been explained to you https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4985868.msg56169184#msg56169184 as usual according to your own admission you do not read, so no wonder you remain bitter. without knowledge or effort don't be surprised to remain in your hollow, insipid and socially off-centre world.

But don't go away we like to laugh with you, CuckHodl Princess Gang. Every time you answer  coments it brings us back to the top news. Finally, in addition to making people laugh your antics can have another not insignificant impact 🤡 ...

🟢 Come & learn how to develop on BitCoin so you can understand in depth what it's all about. For example, what are the differences of being able to work on a stable, secure and unlimited protocol with free training. This way your knowledge and potential can be truly enhanced. https://bitcoinassociation.net/bitcoin-association-to-partner-with-saxion-university-on-bitcoin-sv-massive-open-online-courses/
hv_
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 1848
Merit: 828

Clean Code and Scale


View Profile WWW
January 25, 2021, 02:40:40 PM
 #2680

Information is value

https://coingeek.com/the-bitcoin-bridge-puts-spotlight-on-bitping-bsv-in-australia-and-craig-wright/


Trolly hate - not



Oh - btw: It doesn't really need CSW to clean up all that mess with btc, segwit, LN, RBF, tether, pump... - but it might go quicker


it s coming anyway

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5310508.0

Carpe diem  -  understand the White Paper and mine honest.
Fix real world issues: Check out b-vote.com
The simple way is the genius way - Satoshi's Rules: humana veris _
Pages: « 1 ... 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 [134] 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 »
  Print  
 
Jump to:  

Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.19 | SMF © 2006-2009, Simple Machines Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!