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February 02, 2021, 05:44:16 PM
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I understand better now I'm discovering Bitcoin SV and now I'm with great attention, I noticed that as soon as I quote BSV here and there in the forum or on social networks the interlocutors shout: attention scam when I ask them to expain to me all ppl becomes lame based on pedo, not sato, scam, useless fork. I do not understand why there is so much animosity and anti BSV? Why don't crypto people recognize BSV as legitimate Bitcoin?
Colossal forces are deployed to try sabotage Craig's work. These rotten cartel entities have a huge economic stake in keeping the truth from being revealed. This is all a waste. I wish Craig all the courage in the world in this ordeal. I give him all my support #CraigIsSatoshi
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February 02, 2021, 05:49:08 PM
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I understand better now I'm discovering Bitcoin SV and now I'm with great attention, I noticed that as soon as I quote BSV here and there in the forum or on social networks the interlocutors shout: attention scam when I ask them to expain to me all ppl becomes lame based on pedo, not sato, scam, useless fork. I do not understand why there is so much animosity and anti BSV? Why don't crypto people recognize BSV as legitimate Bitcoin?
Colossal forces are deployed to try sabotage Craig's work. These rotten cartel entities have a huge economic stake in keeping the truth from being revealed. This is all a waste. I wish Craig all the courage in the world in this ordeal. I give him all my support #CraigIsSatoshi
Well, this message is strong!


Because SV is a fucking scam, and you are a fucking SV puppet.

You sock too. Tongue

#CraigIsACunt
What? Can you express your arguments more seriously?

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February 02, 2021, 09:47:52 PM
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Update


Update



HEY...

there's life in that there chart.. don't you see it at the bottom..? it is kind of flat.. not down.. which means:  "life exists"

 Wink Wink

"Life exists it is in construction", which is what hundreds of people are doing while you scratch your ass doing buffoonery, no matter how heroic they are at enabling your children and their children to grow up in a better world.

"Cartel" stole the name Bitcoin ex ticker XBT by calling it ticker BTC in 2017 they changed the original protocol during the fork SegWit implementation protocole. On your screenshot you compare BTC ponzi Vs BSV real Bitcoin useful (aka BSV) but you don't even compare the source code to understand who Bitcoin is! But everything will come in time.

When your BTC Ponzi that smears the Bitcoin name that nobody uses and that everyone keeps with lust and greed will stop... Only then will the real Bitcoin (aka BSV for now) finally be able to unleash its true potential to put technology at the service of all.

If you were really less awaited by the greed in your brain then you would have a more realistic analysis perspective let's say more visionary... to build something useful such as making the world and its technologies evolve. With less idleness and more work you would realize very frankly that Bitcoin (the real aka BSV) is much more than just dematerialized money, if you took the time and the seriousness to consult the advancements sometimes highlighted here you would understand... but unfortunately you remain closed in your childish, childish and nauseating world without producing anything useful in the end except maybe some frankly mediocre salacious clownery.

Until you wake up, think about it. Building something other than a schematic Ponzi Pyramid with the name Bitcoin that isn't BTC could be really useful.

Don't doubt that BTC can't be stopped - it's another mistake to think otherwise. First things first. In the meantime, it's always a pleasure to say hello, it's always a pleasure to make the thread go up with each passage.

For more introspection know that with Bitcoin aka BSV ~ #We build the shelter before the rain comes# ~ ☂️



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February 02, 2021, 09:57:35 PM
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I disagree

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🟢A bifurcation of rules creates a diverging game protocol. North America play 'Football", created in 1869 as a game with an egg shaped ball, passed forward by throwing with hands. The original protocol for football was documented in 206BC in China under the Han Dynasty.

A new set of rules was created for competition football, in Greece in 228 which involved hands and violence. Association football, known as "Football" in the UK but "Soccer" in North America (to avoid confusion with their football protocol) was recorded in 1842, using feet only.

Soccer is played with a round ball and only the goalkeeper can use their hands inside their own box. Rugby began at my former school of Rugby, Warwickshire, UK, in 1823 by William Web Ellis, during a game of football where he picked up the ball and ran with it.

This is an egg shaped ball that can only be thrown backwards. North America adopted these rules of Rugby, adding protective helmets and body armour which are not allowed in Rugby. Australia did the something similar. In the UK, we call North American football "American Football".

We call Australian football "Aussie Rules Fooball" and both America, Canada and Australia call British Footbal "Soccer". UK plays both Football (Soccer) and Rugby, as do New Zealand, South Africa, New Zealand, Republic of Ireland and Oceana.

These sports are mutually exclusive and they have their own set protocols. They are not played in the same countries, in the same stadiums with the same fanbase. It's the same with BTC, BCH & BSV. All 3 have history going back to the Genesis block in January 2009.

BTC created a new game and new protocol in 2017 by adding changes to the protocol, thus changing the game. BCH changed the protocol too in 2018 creating a new protocol and non compatible ruleset. Cross chain Bitcoin transactions remain shared & mutually supported up until a fork.

Exchanges are like supporters. They call the sport they like playing the name of the team they support. These teams are reference node implementations chosen by the ticker (team) that was playing before. Bitcoin Core changed the Bitcoin protocol but retained the trading ticker.

Supporters of the original Bitcoin protocol have been reassigned tickers but have been reassigned names by exchanges to differentiate the naming convention of their hosting teams game. BSV is Bitcoin with the original progeny. It's Bitcoin in every sense of the founding protocol.

Now imagine the uproar if I went to America, bought out all of the football stadiums and told all of the players they can only play soccer rules, only with feet, only with a round ball. The fans turn up expecting touchdowns but they get headers, volleys, chips and hooks instead.

BSVers don't care about the ticker. The original Bitcoin ticker was XBT anyway. What we care about is our original game's protocol retaining its progeny and not having people who "ran with the ball' changing the rules of the game after they thought Satoshi had left.

Satoshi didn't leave. He focussed on creating a Football Association and international teams of players for a World Cup Competition, where everyone can compete. A global, international sport.

Core stole Satoshi's ball.
Craig Wright wants his ball back!

May the best team win.

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Now you understand why original protocol have bifurcated (Forked) to XBT > BTC > BCH > BSV. And why now BitcoinSV is only the real Bitcoin compliant with Satoshi Nakamoto (aka authentic CSW) work 👆

  Very informative is not it?

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February 03, 2021, 06:50:22 PM
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🤯 World Record 16.4 Million transaction block on Bitcoin SV STN! 💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥



1 transaction = 0,00001$

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February 03, 2021, 09:04:39 PM
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🤯 World Record 16.4 Million transaction block on Bitcoin SV STN! 💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥



1 transaction = 0,00001$
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This is 27,358 transactions per second VERIFIED on #BSV test network (smaller nodes?).

@Visa averages 1,700/sec
& peak was 24,000/sec

https://news.bitcoin.com/no-visa-doesnt-handle-24000-tps-and-neither-does-your-pet-blockchain/

Next up: 54k theoretical Visa peak limit source https://twitter.com/sgbett_614/status/1356950968173223936
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Celebrate Genesis anniversary live with CoinGeek’s Kurt Wuckert Jr. on YouTube



Today is the first anniversary of the Genesis protocol upgrade, and to commemorate the event, there are a few special events taking place that you will not want to miss!

The first event—BSV Virtual Meetup – EMEA—will take place at 12 p.m. EST (6 p.m. CET) and will be hosted by Bitcoin Association Founding President Jimmy Nguyen and nChain CTO and Bitcoin SV Infrastructure team Technical Director Steve Shadders.

Nguyen and Shadders will give a general update regarding the Bitcoin ecosystem, taking a look at the Genesis protocol update, what it enabled in the past as well as what it means for the future, and having a number of special guests appear on the livestream to share their thoughts.


https://twitter.com/BitcoinAssn/status/1356617089084235776


Two hours later at 2 p.m. EST, Kurt Wuckert Jr. will be hosting a Genesis anniversary livestream. Kurt, CoinGeek’s chief historian, will be sharing unknown facts about Bitcoin, holding a Q&A session, and will also have a few special guests on his livestream sharing their unique insights and experiences in Bitcoin.

Both live streams will serve as a great resource for both newcomers and long-time members of the Bitcoin community. Beyond being fun to watch, audience members are bound to learn about the past, present, and future of Bitcoin in a way that will allow them to build their knowledge bank and take a better approach when building their businesses. At the very least, the audience is likely to learn things about the Bitcoin protocol and the Genesis upgrade that they did not know before.

Anyone interested in learning more about Bitcoin’s capabilities as well as the Genesis protocol upgrade and what it means for the future of Bitcoin and blockchain technology should tune into both livestreams. If you have not already registered, you can register to join the Bitcoin Association’s BSV Virtual Meetup – EMEA here.

We hope to see you there.






Source: https://coingeek.com/celebrate-genesis-anniversary-live-coingeeks-kurt-wuckert-jr-on-youtube/

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February 04, 2021, 02:47:45 PM
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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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Genesis Anniversary Live recap – Kurt’s perspective


For the hour leading up to the Genesis Anniversary Livestream, I was nervous. I have been broadcasting since 2003, but every time I get ready to go on the air, I need a bit of time to myself to clear my head and get mentally ready to talk to the audience. I’d like to tell the world that it gets easier. But it doesn’t. It never gets easier, and maybe it shouldn’t!

We had been preparing this show for a few months now. CoinGeek brought me on to do a podcast of some sort, but the details hadn’t been fleshed out, so starting in November, we kicked around some ideas.

On a Saturday morning a few months ago, CoinGeek contributor (and personal friend) Joshua Henslee called me up and we brain-stormed some ideas. I honestly can’t remember who said it first, but by the end of the call, we came to the conclusion that there would be something extra special about doing it live! So, I pitched it that way to the CoinGeek editorial and media team (who loved the idea!), and we headed down that path looking for a debut date around the end of January.

Then, in the shuffle of everything going across the editor’s desk at CoinGeek, we realized we needed a piece of content for the Genesis anniversary, and decided this would be the perfect time to debut the new livestream to the world.

The Genesis Anniversary Livestream would be the first episode of “the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream with Kurt Wuckert Jr!”

February 4th: Bitcoin’s Second Genesis

Opening with an anecdote about the Genesis block in 2009, and meandering through a brief history of bitcoin, my monologue covered The Bitcoin Civil War, the split to BCH and then BSV, a quick mention of Quasar, and then settled on the story of the second Genesis! As my monologue came to a close, my nerves loosened up, and I let everyone know that Zatoshi donated some free BSV to give away on the show, and that my big announcement was that this was the first of many streams to come!

I was happy to be joined by my guests for this episode. Longtime audience favorite, Connor Murray, lined up with nChain R&D ace Jack Davies and the CTO of CREA, Matej Trampuš, whose team recently joined nChain and was critical in the development of Genesis. We discussed the history of Bitcoin with a focus on the Genesis upgrade, and talked about the technical, philosophical and economic thought that went into the creation of truly unbounded Bitcoin.

If there is one word that could describe the discussion, it would be “gratitude.” So many times, everyone on the show was happy to pass along praise. From Trampus’ sharing a photo of his large team to the praise coming from Steve Shadders in the troll box, and Davies’ excitement to have “the best job in the world” working under Dr. Craig Wright, these men are solving problems with tools that could matter “forever,” It was exciting to show the world a few of the faces that are truly bringing Bitcoin to the real world in a way which is useful for normal people to create very real value!



We covered some of the engineering challenges of reworking the software from scratch including an incredible dependency graph used to map out development, and we even discussed how often the Bitcoin White Paper comes up in development conversations. Murray and Trampus agreed handily that while the elimination of the block size limit received the most praise, the most important part of the Genesis update was the liberation of scripting language. Mirroring Shadders’ speech at CoinGeek London, there is now an incredible amount of opportunity in becoming a first generation Bitcoin Script developer. While Davies wanted to agree, he dug a little deeper into the philosophical and economic models in the hashing economy that Genesis makes possible. In agreement, I gave praise to [ur=https://www.taal.com/l]TAAL[/url] (CSE:TAAL | FWB:9SQ1 | OTC: TAALF) and Mempool for truly stepping up to explore what it really means to be a cooperative competitor in the new world economy.

We also covered Teranode, and had a few comments from Satoshi Nakamoto himself as Dr. Craig Wright gave a few drops of wisdom about the bounds of scale in Bitcoin!

https://coingeek.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/craig-wright.jpg

Connor had to leave at the top of the hour, but Trampus and Davies were gracious to stay and we talked another twenty minutes or so, in an interview which I would have enjoyed doing for much, much longer. We wrapped with a round of thanks to the inaugural guests, as I gave thanks to them, CoinGeek, Calvin Ayre, and my dear wife Natalie and son Ronin Atlas Wuckert for keeping quiet as we recounted the history of Genesis.

There were lots of gems about the inner workings of nChain, CREA, the road to Genesis and the future of Teranode. Please share with anyone who wants to hear an approachable conversation about the technical aspects of the Genesis upgrade and Bitcoin SV.

See you next Tuesday at 2PM EST for the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream!







Source: https://coingeek.com/celebrate-genesis-anniversary-live-coingeeks-kurt-wuckert-jr-on-youtube/

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February 06, 2021, 11:24:27 AM
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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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stratum: -a sha256 -o stratum+tcp://stratum.pool.cryptohamstr.com:3333 -u ADDR -p c=BSV

You can use c=BSV,D=X in order to change your miners difficulty.


The pool did hit the first block yesterday, so pool is working Smiley
No registration needed, you can mine direcly in to your BSV wallet.

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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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stratum: -a sha256 -o stratum+tcp://stratum.pool.cryptohamstr.com:3333 -u ADDR-p c=BSV

You can use c=BTCSV,D=X in order to change your miners difficulty.


The pool did hit the first block yesterday, so pool is working Smiley
No registration needed, you can mine direcly in to your BSV wallet.
Your ticker BTCSV doesn't exist but I have a fast & furious GeForce MX 400, 5xD3 paper press and a old Nokia 3310 Tongue
So I can join your pool and extract BSV too?
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FYX announces blockchain-based competitive eSports platform

RALEIGH, North Carolina – February 4, 2021 – FYX, a Raleigh-based eSports infrastructure and technology provider specialising in the development of blockchain-based solutions, today announces the upcoming launch of its flagship competitive eSports platform at fyxgaming.com.

FYX is a re-branded continuation of the blockchain-based eSports platform initially developed under the Kronoverse name and is presently in its final development phases ahead of a scheduled public launch later in 2021. The FYX platform leverages the unique characteristics of blockchain technology to power a competitive eSports experience like no other, with native cash matches and tournaments, verifiable game integrity, integrated betting and wagering functionalities, as well as new methods of monetisation for game developers.

The FYX platform has been built to be game engine-agnostic, with a range of integration options through an SDK and API available to developers of all sizes – from AAA studios right through to small indie developers – with no up-front implementation costs. Once integrated, developers are eligible to earn a share of all fees from paid competitions involving their game, as well as gain access to a suite of data and analytics information from gameplay.

Underpinning the FYX platform is the Bitcoin SV blockchain, which provides a massively scaled network capable of handling huge volumes of payment and data transaction throughput at a predictably low cost required by enterprise-grade blockchain applications. The Bitcoin SV blockchain will be used to verify player identity and facilitate instant tokenised fiat payments for FYX, with its public data ledger permanently storing individual match data in real-time – offering auditable game integrity and unlocking a host of unique new features, including on-demand replay and advanced data analytics.

With a publicly verifiable blockchain-based system, players and developers alike can compete with the confidence that all matches are taking place fairly and in compliance with local laws and regulations. All players competing in ranked eSports matches or cash games on the FYX platform will be required to complete full KYC (know your customer) and AML (anti-money laundering) checks before being admitted to the platform, with that identity information tied to an individual’s online account and all associated in-game and financial activity, providing auditable evidence of any illegal or anti-competitive behaviour.

Supporting its drive to lead innovation in eSports, FYX has assembled a strong team backed by an experienced advisory board, including Ron Chaimowitz, former chairman and CEO of GT Interactive Software (publisher of popular games Doom, Duke Nukem, Unreal Tournament and Quake) and Richard Roberts, former CEO of Slingo (creator of #1 mobile games with over 45 million monthly active users).

To find out more and register your interest, visit fyxgaming.com

Speaking on today’s announcement, FYX CEO Adam Kling, commented:

‘FYX is going to change the way that eSports are played, letting anyone compete in real money matches from home and democratising the world of competitive gaming. FYX represents the next evolution in the eSports landscape, creating new revenue streams for developers, while facilitating a whole new level of competition for players – all on a platform designed with game integrity as its core offering.’


About FYX

FYX is an eSports infrastructure and technology provider, specialising in the development and implementation of blockchain technologies. The company offer a full suite of specialised eSports products and services, with innovative solutions spanning game monetisation, integrity, data and analytics. In 2020, FYX was admitted as a member of the eSports Integrity Commission (ESIC).


Source: https://bitcoinassociation.net/fyx-announces-blockchain-based-competitive-esports-platform/
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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

pool.cryptohamstr.com

1% pool fee
stratum: -a sha256 -o stratum+tcp://stratum.pool.cryptohamstr.com:3333 -u ADDR -p c=BSV

You can use c=BSV,D=X in order to change your miners difficulty.


The pool did hit the first block yesterday, so pool is working Smiley
No registration needed, you can mine direcly in to your BSV wallet.
Your ticker BTCSV doesn't exist but I have a fast & furious GeForce MX 400, 5xD3 paper press and a old Nokia 3310 Tongue
So I can join your pool and extract BSV too?
Thank you for the hint with the ticker, i changed it on my quote. The ticker is only for allocation of the hashrate, blockchain is BSV.

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Bitcoin Association and Saxion University launch first Bitcoin SV massive open online course

ZUG, Switzerland – February 5, 2021 –Bitcoin Association, the Switzerland-based global industry organisation that works to advance business with the Bitcoin SV blockchain, today announces the official launch of the world’s first Bitcoin SV-focused massive open online course (MOOC), produced in partnership with Saxion University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands and its dedicated Saxion Blockchain Institute in the Research Group Blockchain.

The first online course to launch, ‘What is Bitcoin and why does it matter?’, is available from February 5 to September 1, and offers an introduction to Bitcoin as a technology – covering its system, network, protocol, blockchain and digital currency. The courses, including all assessments, are offered free of charge and are available through Saxion University to anyone, anywhere in the world, interested in learning about Bitcoin.

‘What is Bitcoin and why does it matter?’ is the first of four planned MOOCs to be produced in partnership between Bitcoin Association and Saxion University, with future courses set to build on the knowledge gained in previous courses, part of a progressive curriculum that will steadily move into more technically advanced content.

Learners can progress through the lessons in their own time and at their own pace. At the conclusion of each course, participants will be invited to take an assessment to demonstrate their proficiency in the subject matter, with a Saxion University course certificate available upon successful completion.

The series of MOOCs will be taught with a focus on Bitcoin SV (Satoshi Vision), a restoration of the original Bitcoin protocol prescribed by creator Satoshi Nakamoto. As Satoshi envisioned, the Bitcoin SV network scales unbounded, facilitating high transaction throughput for minimal fees (the median cost to send a transaction on the Bitcoin SV network in 2020 was less than 1/100 of a U.S. cent) and enabling a host of enterprise data functionalities unique to its blockchain.

To find out more and enrol in ‘What is Bitcoin and why does it matter?’, visit: https://mooc.saxion.nl/courses/course-v1:SAXION+BC1+2021/about

Speaking on today’s announcement, Bitcoin Association Founding President Jimmy Nguyen, commented:

‘Education is a core element of the work we do at Bitcoin Association. After too many years of misinformation about Bitcoin, we are committed to helping students and business professionals better understand that Bitcoin is not meant to be a digital gold store of value; it is both a more efficient systems for Internet payments and a global data protocol. The Bitcoin SV network is demonstrating what is possible with a blockchain that can scale unbounded and facilitate huge volumes of low-fee payment and data transactions, with a host of innovative business applications beginning to emerge from a cross-section of industries. With today’s launch of the first online course with Saxion University, we’re making learning about Bitcoin easier and more accessible than ever before, to help train the next wave of blockchain innovators and disruptors.’

Also commenting, Dr Jan Veuger, Professor of Blockchain at Saxion University of Applied Sciences, said:

‘At the Saxion Blockchain Institute, we aim to teach interdisciplinary skills for the advancement of blockchain technology. With the massive open online courses that we are developing, which are focused on Bitcoin’s original protocol and Bitcoin SV, we want to ensure that everyone – be they students, professionals or otherwise – has access to the best blockchain education to help develop the next wave of innovation using Satoshi Nakamoto’s design for Bitcoin. This collaboration is special because this is one of the elemental disruptions in the financial world.’

About Bitcoin Association

Bitcoin Association is the Switzerland-based global industry organization that works to advance business on the Bitcoin SV blockchain. It brings together essential components of the Bitcoin SV ecosystem – enterprises, start-up ventures, developers, merchants, exchanges, service providers, blockchain transaction processors (miners), and others – working alongside them, as well as in a representative capacity, to drive further use of the Bitcoin SV blockchain and uptake of the BSV digital currency.

The Association works to build a regulation-friendly ecosystem that fosters lawful conduct while facilitating innovation using all aspects of Bitcoin technology. More than a digital currency and blockchain, Bitcoin is also a network protocol; just like Internet protocol, it is the foundational rule set for an entire data network. The Association supports use of the original Bitcoin protocol to operate the world’s single blockchain on Bitcoin SV.

About Saxion University of Applied Sciences

Saxion University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest institutions of higher education in the Netherlands, with close to 27,000 students. The university has a rich history – tracing its roots back to 1875 – and has come to be recognised as an important centre of expertise at a regional, national and global level.

About Saxion Blockchain Institute in the Research Group Blockchain

The Saxion Blockchain Institute conducts interdisciplinary research focused on the application of blockchain technology, including issues and industries that blockchain can be applied to, the conditions required for success, as well as the impact on organisations that implement blockchain-based solutions.

Source: https://bitcoinassociation.net/bitcoin-association-and-saxion-university-launch-first-bitcoin-sv-massive-open-online-course/
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Thank you bitcoinSchizo for this nonsense update, we understand that you are trying to convey the idea that you all hate everything that is built around Bitcoin SV, your history and various other nicknames here testify to that.

On this graph provided you compare the most likely artificially inflated BTC market for foreign exchange with the BSV pair.

Displaying BSV / USD - BSV / EUR - BSV INR would be honest and clearer in presenting the pecuniary value of BSV which remains in fluctuations sometimes around the 160 to 210 US dollars (no financial advice here).

Forced to note that by your actions here, either you consciously continue to induce a distorted idea (a current) or you act clumsily (but I doubt it more than strongly) anyway, being more honest sometimes could help you to free yourself from your pathological multifaceted malaise?

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Response To Vitalik Buterin "On Free Speech"

Dr. Craig Wright has, once again, legally asserted his claim to ownership of the Satoshi Nakamoto pseudonym. By extension, he is attempting to reclaim sovereignty over the copyright and other property rights which cover the bitcoin white paper, protocol and the database which the protocol enables.


Against that backdrop, a new round of anti-propertarian jeers have risen up from the collectivist counterculture of “the blockchain community,” including a freshly republished article from Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin. As the crypto commune passively retweets #DelistBSV for the second time in two years, the world has been given one more illustration of the utter lack of respect for property, competition, business standards and freedom of speech that are pervasive in the communal culture that has been forged by years of social engineering and purity tests among the enemies of the unbounded bitcoin protocol.


Buterin’s criticism opened with a number of mundane anecdotes about freedom of speech that could be comfortably scratched into a tenth grade civics quiz - nothing particularly groundbreaking or controversial. Where he deserves some real credit is in pointing out the distinction needed to understand the expectations of public spaces, even when there is debate about their private nature.


Theymos’ Soviet-style control of the “official” bitcoin narrative at a global hub for bitcoin discussion for many years, r/bitcoin, was an astute example. However, the “cancel culture” of bitcoin’s small blocker SJWs is pervasive because they have a fundamental problem with the notion of self-sovereignty, self-ownership, property rights and their extension to the notion of free speech.

These collectivists even seem to think they respect the ideas of property and sound money, but that is myth wrapped in a meme and currently smoldering on the altar of “social consensus” and communal ownership of bitcoin because “we are all Satoshi.”

Sorry. No. Satoshi is Satoshi. And you may not like Craig Wright, but he signed with Satoshi’s keys to Gavin Andresen with a freshly unboxed laptop and did similar signings for Jon Matonis, Ian Grigg, Stefan Matthews and Calvin Ayre - none of which would be easy to fool, and none of which have retracted their claims. However, the small blocker collectivists immediately thrust up a collective “REEEEE” due to Wright’s socially unacceptable brand of bitcoin maximalism, and the small block spin machine has shunned him ever since. Furthermore, they have ruthlessly attacked the livelihoods of everyone who has publicly stood by him.


This is obviously why Wright has refused further public signings without first re-establishing his rights to the property that was stolen. Small blockers don’t care about Satoshi, his keys or his rights. They care about their own wealth and power, and they see Wright as a threat to that. Hence, the unpopular path Wright has taken since: to legally establish and reassert his identity and ownership of his bitcoin properties.


On Property and Free Speech
Buterin, in an about-face to his advocacy for free and open discussion on Reddit, went on to praise the delisting of Bitcoin SV and the public shunning of Wright from the 2019 Deconomy conference specifically, but from other (debatably) public events generally. In an attempt to tightly tailor an acceptable narrative to easily triggered conference attendees, the man with the most grand, progressive and liberating vision for bitcoin was shunned from speaking at the event, and continues to be attacked across any media appearances where he is booked.

Furthermore, anyone willing to even have a peripheral business relationship with any brands affiliated to Wright are also attacked, ridiculed and threatened, showing that control of the social narrative is quite a bit more important than having an open mind in the crypto commune.

In curious contrast, the collectivists have embraced money launderers, pump & dumpers, looters and felons, but the words of the creator of bitcoin have been deemed too dangerous for computer scientists, software developers and progressive fintech entrepreneurs.

The real Satoshi has been effectively cancelled. 

“Private property is redundant. ‘Public property’ is an oxymoron.” - Gustave De Molinari
Free speech is an extension of the ownership of one’s personhood, property and the right to the fruits of one’s intellectual and physical labor. Looters have wanted to steal bitcoin from Satoshi since the beginning. By 2011, they had succeeded.

Satoshi was pushed out of Bitcoin.org: the website he created and administered.
He had his source code moved from a private Sourceforge repo to the public Github repo, and was not given keys.
The forums were moved from Bitcoin.org to BitcoinTalk, and Satoshi was not made a moderator.
Satoshi’s GMX and Vistomail email services were hacked, stolen and used for malicious social engineering during the early block size scaling debate.
Satoshi’s legacy was hijacked and spun to advocate for shadowy political views which he did not hold.
His final pseudonymous communication was in an email to Gavin Andresen, stating, “I wish you wouldn't keep talking about me as a mysterious shadowy figure, the press just turns that into a pirate currency angle..." So Satoshi’s mentions of honest nodes consolidating into professional mining farms and using specialized equipment to mine in such a way to compete with Visa have been completely ignored.


His calls to build tokens, bootstrap pay-to-send email on chain, and the poker client he distributed in his original implementation have been erased away. But his tepid position on libertarian politics and a few brief mentions of central bank policy have been repurposed into the central narrative of a man who never wanted to be a “shadowy figure.”


So Satoshi was robbed, repackaged as a dark web hero and had his invention gutted. Upon his return, he was lambasted, and the culture turned their backs on him and the protocol he created for the world. If there is even a chance that Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto, would he not be worth listening to? Or is his free speech too dangerous?


He is not asking for your money, nor for you to buy anything. In fact, rather than making money the way most do in the blockchain economy, he advocated for a reimplementation of the bitcoin protocol simply to prove a very costly point: Bitcoin can and does scale on chain!

This feat is no longer theoretical as Bitcoin SV (a complete and unbounded implementation of the bitcoin protocol) has done over 3,000 TPS on the mainnet; mined from the public mempool and secured with SHA256 hashed proof of work. Testnet figures have gone over 9,000 TPS, and the cloud-deployed, next generation Teranode implementation is capable of 50,000 transactions per second on a publicly available bitcoin blockchain.

Furthermore, the Turing complete “Game of Life” is playing on the BSV ledger today, and the complete, restored bitcoin stack has frictionless token protocols and applications creating very real communities and businesses on the blockchain right this moment - proving that the altcoins were ALWAYS unnecessary for scalability or special use cases. Bitcoin was always capable.

So ask yourself, again, why the man behind these ideas and successes should be shunned.

Perhaps we should consider Cobra’s words on the topic!

Let’s set aside the collective preconceptions about Dr. Craig Wright. You may not like his tone, timbre, choice of words or his general worldview. You may wish Satoshi was Szabo, Finney, May, Chaum or some other figurehead of the dark web.

But what if Wright was the man behind the name? What if you were lied to about all of the things that Wright has allegedly done or said? Did you verify the claims yourself? Or did you just trust the official narrative of people who have every incentive to lie to you about what they did to Satoshi? Do you really think that Gavin Andresen and Ian Grigg could be so easily fooled?

And if Craig is Satoshi, do you believe in Satoshi’s rights to his property? Would you perhaps listen for another moment about why he created bitcoin or what his vision is for his creation?

Or should there be yet another collectivist coup d’etat against the man everyone claims is owed a deep debt of gratitude for creating bitcoin?

To Conclude
People may have the right to shun people or ideas in many circumstances, but the actions of the shunners are not heroic. They are tragic. In fact, they have so far stopped the world from being able to benefit from the greatest tool for truth and freedom in the history of modern technology: the unbounded bitcoin protocol, and its inherent capability to disrupt the entire global economy.

Source https://hackernoon.com/response-to-vitalik-buterin-on-free-speech-iq2g33jd



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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Response To Vitalik Buterin "On Free Speech"

Dr. Craig Wright has, once again, legally asserted his claim to ownership of the Satoshi Nakamoto pseudonym. By extension, he is attempting to reclaim sovereignty over the copyright and other property rights which cover the bitcoin white paper, protocol and the database which the protocol enables.


Against that backdrop, a new round of anti-propertarian jeers have risen up from the collectivist counterculture of “the blockchain community,” including a freshly republished article from Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin. As the crypto commune passively retweets #DelistBSV for the second time in two years, the world has been given one more illustration of the utter lack of respect for property, competition, business standards and freedom of speech that are pervasive in the communal culture that has been forged by years of social engineering and purity tests among the enemies of the unbounded bitcoin protocol.


Buterin’s criticism opened with a number of mundane anecdotes about freedom of speech that could be comfortably scratched into a tenth grade civics quiz - nothing particularly groundbreaking or controversial. Where he deserves some real credit is in pointing out the distinction needed to understand the expectations of public spaces, even when there is debate about their private nature.


Theymos’ Soviet-style control of the “official” bitcoin narrative at a global hub for bitcoin discussion for many years, r/bitcoin, was an astute example. However, the “cancel culture” of bitcoin’s small blocker SJWs is pervasive because they have a fundamental problem with the notion of self-sovereignty, self-ownership, property rights and their extension to the notion of free speech.

These collectivists even seem to think they respect the ideas of property and sound money, but that is myth wrapped in a meme and currently smoldering on the altar of “social consensus” and communal ownership of bitcoin because “we are all Satoshi.”

Sorry. No. Satoshi is Satoshi. And you may not like Craig Wright, but he signed with Satoshi’s keys to Gavin Andresen with a freshly unboxed laptop and did similar signings for Jon Matonis, Ian Grigg, Stefan Matthews and Calvin Ayre - none of which would be easy to fool, and none of which have retracted their claims. However, the small blocker collectivists immediately thrust up a collective “REEEEE” due to Wright’s socially unacceptable brand of bitcoin maximalism, and the small block spin machine has shunned him ever since. Furthermore, they have ruthlessly attacked the livelihoods of everyone who has publicly stood by him.


This is obviously why Wright has refused further public signings without first re-establishing his rights to the property that was stolen. Small blockers don’t care about Satoshi, his keys or his rights. They care about their own wealth and power, and they see Wright as a threat to that. Hence, the unpopular path Wright has taken since: to legally establish and reassert his identity and ownership of his bitcoin properties.


On Property and Free Speech
Buterin, in an about-face to his advocacy for free and open discussion on Reddit, went on to praise the delisting of Bitcoin SV and the public shunning of Wright from the 2019 Deconomy conference specifically, but from other (debatably) public events generally. In an attempt to tightly tailor an acceptable narrative to easily triggered conference attendees, the man with the most grand, progressive and liberating vision for bitcoin was shunned from speaking at the event, and continues to be attacked across any media appearances where he is booked.

Furthermore, anyone willing to even have a peripheral business relationship with any brands affiliated to Wright are also attacked, ridiculed and threatened, showing that control of the social narrative is quite a bit more important than having an open mind in the crypto commune.

In curious contrast, the collectivists have embraced money launderers, pump & dumpers, looters and felons, but the words of the creator of bitcoin have been deemed too dangerous for computer scientists, software developers and progressive fintech entrepreneurs.

The real Satoshi has been effectively cancelled.  

“Private property is redundant. ‘Public property’ is an oxymoron.” - Gustave De Molinari
Free speech is an extension of the ownership of one’s personhood, property and the right to the fruits of one’s intellectual and physical labor. Looters have wanted to steal bitcoin from Satoshi since the beginning. By 2011, they had succeeded.

Satoshi was pushed out of Bitcoin.org: the website he created and administered.
He had his source code moved from a private Sourceforge repo to the public Github repo, and was not given keys.
The forums were moved from Bitcoin.org to BitcoinTalk, and Satoshi was not made a moderator.
Satoshi’s GMX and Vistomail email services were hacked, stolen and used for malicious social engineering during the early block size scaling debate.
Satoshi’s legacy was hijacked and spun to advocate for shadowy political views which he did not hold.
His final pseudonymous communication was in an email to Gavin Andresen, stating, “I wish you wouldn't keep talking about me as a mysterious shadowy figure, the press just turns that into a pirate currency angle..." So Satoshi’s mentions of honest nodes consolidating into professional mining farms and using specialized equipment to mine in such a way to compete with Visa have been completely ignored.


His calls to build tokens, bootstrap pay-to-send email on chain, and the poker client he distributed in his original implementation have been erased away. But his tepid position on libertarian politics and a few brief mentions of central bank policy have been repurposed into the central narrative of a man who never wanted to be a “shadowy figure.”


So Satoshi was robbed, repackaged as a dark web hero and had his invention gutted. Upon his return, he was lambasted, and the culture turned their backs on him and the protocol he created for the world. If there is even a chance that Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto, would he not be worth listening to? Or is his free speech too dangerous?


He is not asking for your money, nor for you to buy anything. In fact, rather than making money the way most do in the blockchain economy, he advocated for a reimplementation of the bitcoin protocol simply to prove a very costly point: Bitcoin can and does scale on chain!

This feat is no longer theoretical as Bitcoin SV (a complete and unbounded implementation of the bitcoin protocol) has done over 3,000 TPS on the mainnet; mined from the public mempool and secured with SHA256 hashed proof of work. Testnet figures have gone over 9,000 TPS, and the cloud-deployed, next generation Teranode implementation is capable of 50,000 transactions per second on a publicly available bitcoin blockchain.

Furthermore, the Turing complete “Game of Life” is playing on the BSV ledger today, and the complete, restored bitcoin stack has frictionless token protocols and applications creating very real communities and businesses on the blockchain right this moment - proving that the altcoins were ALWAYS unnecessary for scalability or special use cases. Bitcoin was always capable.

So ask yourself, again, why the man behind these ideas and successes should be shunned.

Perhaps we should consider Cobra’s words on the topic!

Let’s set aside the collective preconceptions about Dr. Craig Wright. You may not like his tone, timbre, choice of words or his general worldview. You may wish Satoshi was Szabo, Finney, May, Chaum or some other figurehead of the dark web.

But what if Wright was the man behind the name? What if you were lied to about all of the things that Wright has allegedly done or said? Did you verify the claims yourself? Or did you just trust the official narrative of people who have every incentive to lie to you about what they did to Satoshi? Do you really think that Gavin Andresen and Ian Grigg could be so easily fooled?

And if Craig is Satoshi, do you believe in Satoshi’s rights to his property? Would you perhaps listen for another moment about why he created bitcoin or what his vision is for his creation?

Or should there be yet another collectivist coup d’etat against the man everyone claims is owed a deep debt of gratitude for creating bitcoin?

To Conclude
People may have the right to shun people or ideas in many circumstances, but the actions of the shunners are not heroic. They are tragic. In fact, they have so far stopped the world from being able to benefit from the greatest tool for truth and freedom in the history of modern technology: the unbounded bitcoin protocol, and its inherent capability to disrupt the entire global economy.

Source https://hackernoon.com/response-to-vitalik-buterin-on-free-speech-iq2g33jd


👏 👏 👏 👏  All of this has the merit of being very clear https://hackernoon.com/response-to-vitalik-buterin-on-free-speech-iq2g33jd

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boooohoooo ... booohooo ...



 
Easy! When we see how you Internet trolls behave like a bunch of piranhas thinking they are all hidden behind your screens... Untouchable or doing harm has become part of your morals. It is not surprising that this guy had a moment of doubt in front of the animosity of the networks and in front of the unlimited stupidity of the humans. Even if what doesn't kill makes every constructive thing stronger, every constructive thing will happen at the agreed time. Now, as he has already explained several times, since he proved it in private, there is nothing to stop Craig from proving it in court when that moment is required by order if that is what it takes. In the meantime I suggest that you could step back, DYOR understand and check for yourself instead of being turned around by the cartel of Princess Gang in musty hats and their insipid friends or just be respectful to a guy and others that you have never seen and will most likely never see. I support him, you don't like it, well I don't care. His creation allows you to explore possibilities that were impossible until now. It is regrettable to note that Bitcoin BTC is currently being plundered by individuals with very concrete financial interests. See how the hodl game is perverting you, Bitcoin was designed to be used. But now that the stable corners are legion and it can generate crypto backed on wind and toilet paper. What's it for? To reinject these stable coins directly into BTC and other shitocrypto shitcoins completely useless, technologically mediocre. So the crypto bubble gets bigger. ... if it continues at this rate USDT and BUSD will print more than the US debt in the next 3 years. Unless the justice system does it and guess what it does. Here on BSV no fuss no mytho blabla we are here to build a better world technologically useful. Thank you 🙏 CSW Satoshi Nakamoto 🙏


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boooohoooo ... booohooo ...

Mr. C.S.Wanker


Are you humans!? it's so easy to make fun of others. You talk about psychopathy, read the troll stories here and you will understand what psychopathy really is. As soon as a new one appears on this BSV wire those ones come out with their heads out of their asses to come and spit their shit in the fan and incidentally talk to you very close with a jackal's breath, all as pathetic as they are. Between the schizo of the net, the buffoons of the Hodl and the idiots of passage it has what to entertain you during days on this wire Roll Eyes Luckily the highlighting technique is used here which brings an extra quality to the sorting process.

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