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May 09, 2019, 12:14:42 AM
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BSV is ready for the world’s business. Are you?
Since Bitcoin was revitalized in November 2018 in the form of Bitcoin SV (BSV), the Bitcoin world hasn’t been short of amazing. The recent months have proven that by following Satoshi’s original plan of keeping a stable protocol as we focus on the roadmap towards secure, massive on chain scaling, we are opening a world of incredible new possibilities—as we work towards enabling the world’s new money.

In October, we announced Tokenized, which creates customizable smart contract system for Bitcoin SV, as the winner of our £5M contest for Bitcoin Token Solutions. This project, created by James Belding, Samuel Georges, Scott Barr, Farid Uddeen, and Brendan Lee, proves that Satoshi’s original vision for Bitcoin undeniably works, because they used resources only made available through massive scaling, and not through further protocol changes.

We’ve already seen that because Bitcoin SV offers unlimited possibilities, it’s created a Cambrian explosion of creativity and innovation. Now, we’re on the next step. That of creating businesses and industries powered by Bitcoin SV. I know people have bright ideas of how to do that, and they just might need a little support to make it a reality.

Bitcoin, after all, is not just the future of money—it’s the future of business.

I’ve said it before but it merits repeating. 2019 will be a year of massive on-chain scaling, and that’s already proving to be true. Bitcoin SV has already proven it can sustain 64MB blocks, 103MB blocks, and now regularly mines 128MB blocks, with plans to reach 500MB by the mid-year, and between 1GB and 2GB blocks by the end of the year. The protocol has already proven that scaling on chain has to come first, and application developers and users will flow in to fill it.

Now, I want to plan the next step, and get the world’s new businesses kick-started. If you’re ready for the new world of Bitcoin, let us know, and we’ll get to that next step together.

Celebrate the renewed life of Bitcoin, and all the developments happening with Bitcoin SV, with all the world leaders in on-chain scaling at the CoinGeek Toronto conference on May 29-30. This is the third conference I’ve done, and this time, the special focus is on massive on-chain scaling—the one area where people supporting these other technologies that don’t work are very confused about.

On-chain scaling gives the confidence to enterprises and start-ups to aim their application development at that network which is going to stimulate the transaction volume that’s necessary to attract the security. At the end of the day, just like there’s no need to be two internets, there will only be one platform. And that platform has to, by definition, be the one that scales.

CoinGeek Toronto, which will take place at the Carlu, will welcome new faces as well as familiar names to the global stage, alongside BSV leaders such as nChain’s Dr. Craig Wright and Founding President of the Bitcoin Association Jimmy Nguyen. And of course, to celebrate, there’ll be one of my famous after-parties—the likes of which Toronto has not yet seen!

For full details and to reserve tickets to CoinGeek Toronto, register here https://coingeek.com/conferences/toronto-conference/. If you’re ready for the new world of Bitcoin, let us know, and we’ll get to that next step together.


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May 09, 2019, 05:52:57 AM
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White paper now "set in stone" on the bitcoin blockchain
https://bico.media/42d44c395904e6743f67011b4198d8bcc07de21c63906457e29fce84888900c6.pdf

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May 09, 2019, 01:10:48 PM
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Careful he may come and bite you


so just what does this bsv logo represent?
Apparently some kind of Dragon (from Chinese Zodic) https://duckduckgo.com/?q=chinese+zodiac+dragon&t=canonical&atb=v1-1&iax=images&ia=images


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Occupying the 5th position in the Chinese Zodiac, the Dragon is the mightiest of the signs. Dragons symbolize such character traits as dominance and ambition. Dragons prefer to live by their own rules and if left on their own, are usually successful. They’re driven, unafraid of challenges, and willing to take risks. They’re passionate in all they do and they do things in grand fashion. Unfortunately, this passion and enthusiasm can leave Dragons feeling exhausted and interestingly, unfulfilled.

thanks

very appropriate for bsv IMO. takes risks, grand fashion (showmanship). just what i want for my long term storage of value coin and the person leading it.

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This message is to "nutildah" user: Hello, you are placing a negative trust to penalize my profile?! because i post articles quoting sources from which these articles come? frankly be serious or abstain from doing so ! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=2037001

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 also add me a positive review then Smiley


Calvin Ayre: Courts could rule on ‘consumer fraud’ of cryptos that claim to be Bitcoin https://calvinayre.com/2019/05/09/bitcoin/calvin-ayre-courts-could-rule-on-consumer-fraud-of-cryptos-that-claim-to-be-bitcoin/

The May 8 document of US court Case submitted to US Court Case by Dr. Craig is saying that Dr. Craig mined the earliest 70 blocks. This shows that Dr. Craig is Satoshi , just need some more evidences
and people are buying BSV because of that https://www.reddit.com/r/bitcoincashSV/comments/bmerb5/comment/emwh1dt/
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This message is to "nutildah" user: Hello, you are placing a negative trust to penalize my profile?! because i post articles quoting sources from which these articles come? frankly be serious or abstain from doing so ! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=2037001

You're promoting fake news generated by the biggest conman in crypto in an attempt to trick newcomers into thinking bitcoin is something other than BTC. That's pretty much all your account does.

You know what, if it were any other idiot making any other false claim about anything I wouldn't care. But to promote an article that starts with the words "Bitcoin is not BTC" on the Bitcoin Forum is just a slap in the face to everything this forum stands for.

I told you in my feedback: if it turns out Wright is Satoshi, then that will mean he had created this forum, and that BSV is truly Satoshi's vision. On the day this is proven or accepted by the general community I will erase my rating for you. I will even issue an apology to you.

In the meanwhile, you can:

A. Stop spreading disinformation and misleading the general public for the sake of profiteering, upon demonstration of such changes I may remove my rating,

B. Open a new account and start over, or

C. Take your concern to the Reputation board and ask for justice. I'm open to input from other DTs on the matter.



You're blackmailing me!  You're a fucking sadist bastard!  No, A B C, leave me alone and mind your own business, You produce nothing constructive except to piss off the world like a twisted Troll all the time to generate polemics about "Who is SATOSHI"! I don't care about that. I strongly suggest you go get treated instead of coming here to piss off with your identity crisis of which i am a stranger.

You try to create "Who is SATOSHI!" all the time "Who is SATOSHI! Who is SATOSHI!"and you blackmail people with threats !!! Analyse your flux you're trying to change this environment into "hostile place" even going so far as to divert activities from the communities because your exchanges will focus on you the toxic troll rather than on the initial subject that brings them people here. You're not even aware of it! Psychopath !

If you are honorable people... you nutildah and your second nickname bitch "Iamtutut" then reveal your real identities to the right people! You accuse people or worse of fraud through your conversations "you are just cowards hidden behind your computer". one day or another, the wheel turns! it is so for everyone, like the laws of Karma.

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BSV Hackathon provides 36 new solutions to onboarding

The world’s first Bitcoin SV (BSV) hackathon has come to a close, and it was a resounding success. Thirty six submissions made it across the finish line, and now the developers wait to see who the judges will chose to move on.

In total, 216 eager coders signed up to participate in the event. Of that number, 122 were to compete as individuals, and another 94 joined together to form 42 teams. They worked on their projects for 48 hours, starting at 12pm GMT+1 on Saturday, May 4 and ending at 12pm Monday, May 6 GMT+1. Of those entrants, 100 joined the Hackathon Telegram channel, of which many acted as representative of their teams.

The goal of the hackathon was broad enough to inspire creativity, but had a specific goal in mind. At the start of the event, the participants were told in a Telegram group to work on a project that would foster better onboarding, not just in end-users, but also for developers, in interacting with the BSV blockchain. Their entry should demonstrate that it was an application that provided fresh new ideas towards those two aspects of adoption, while maintaining the ability to scale, a key focus of BSV.

As the event kicked off, the mood was positive and supportive, as it typically is within the BSV community. The entrants encouraged each other, providing assistance when others got stuck with their code, and generally encouraging the entire group towards their solutions. Ted Rivera, one of the entrants, said of the atmosphere, “It was a very nurturing and educational environment where all worked hard to help others find solutions. Felt more like one big workshop.”

The biggest obstacle wasn’t in beating others towards the prize, but in achieving something within the time constraints of the event. One developer said, “The competition between participants was relevant. But the most important competition was amongst oneself: pushing oneself beyond the limits of attainable when the event started.”

It can be a grind to develop for 48 hours straight, and every little bit helped spur them towards their goals. A participant going by the name Van Gogh said:

“I was also at that point where there were like 20 hours left I was completely spent and ready to just submit what I had. Then one of Jimmy’s videos would come on and I was like dammmmn! he’s talking directly to the hundred of us, I can still smash out some code for this API part lol”

The sense of achievement at the end was real. 36 submissions got across the finish line with a working application in total. Another entrant named Attila said of the feeling:

“It was a refreshing experience to meet and organize with other builders in this space. I am impressed with how many different people worked well together. It’s going to be amazing to see what everyone has created. There are many thoughtful and talented developers in the competition that makes it suspenseful and exciting.”

The next step is the top three finalists will be chosen by a panel of judges, and a representative from each will be flown to Toronto, Canada for the CoinGeek Toronto scaling conference. There, an expanded group of judges and the live audience will combine to vote on the winner.

First place brings home a whopping 250 BSV, a great start towards funding a new project. Second and third place will win 100 BSV and 50 BSV respectively, making for 400 BSV in total being granted to the finalists.

It doesn’t end there though. After presenting their work and the prizes are awarded, plenty of entrepreneurial types, including the Bitcoin Association, will be at the conference, considering the contestants’ projects for potential investment.


From: https://coingeek.com/bsv-hackathon-provides-36-new-solutions-to-onboarding/
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May 10, 2019, 04:37:23 AM
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BSV is capitalism's on steroids. Pay per second to watch movie, pay per page to read book or pay as you vendor forward
https://bico.media/f77a0ca37a47ffd0ca93e37093c1dc3e1585d93a1f4e7bbacccedbf25b966e08

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May 10, 2019, 06:08:15 AM
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What a dumb and crappy proof of Sherlopp Hopes , what further should u think of such ? Wanna convince trolls ?

Bitcoin lead devs really work that poor way all day? Ah - Segshit proved that already ...

Fix your raspis and piss off

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4985868.msg50973608#msg50973608

lol

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guys, why several times to repeat the same the text, the more a long?
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May 10, 2019, 07:11:55 AM
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Hey US Gov - fine. Pls start with xrp - scam ico:

https://twitter.com/HollyBlomberg/status/1126690165454282753

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Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear ?!?

- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tichborne_case

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"The existing Visa credit card network processes about 15 million Internet purchases per day worldwide. Bitcoin can already scale much larger than that with existing hardware for a fraction of the cost. It never really hits a scale ceiling."  Satoshi Nakamoto, April 2009          Avoiding taxes is totally legal if you consider and respect the law.
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Why BTC is not Bitcoin

Regardless of what some may believe, Bitcoin Core (BTC) is not Bitcoin. BTC has strayed completely away from the original definition and design of Bitcoin as explained by Satoshi Nakamoto in his white paper on the subject. If one were to compare the characteristics of Bitcoin and BTC side by side, the differences would become glaringly obvious. Dr. Craig Wright https://coingeek.com/craig-wright-defamation-suit-adam-back-blockstream/ , who knows Bitcoin better than anyone else on the planet – he should; he designed it – explains in a Medium https://medium.com/@craig_10243/dont-be-fooled-bitcoin-is-not-btc-61e6aee8ac53 post some of the reasons why BTC is not Bitcoin.

Wright leads off by attempting to set the record straight on Bitcoin. He explains, “Firstly, there is the fallacy that Satoshi acted in a particular way. The reality is that as Satoshi https://coingeek.com/beware-of-bch-troll-miner-posing-as-satoshi-nakamoto/ , I interacted with people who held views that differed from mine. In creating Bitcoin, I sought to create an honest and legally enforceable cash system. To be cash, that is to be money, Bitcoin needs to be neutral. It is not a system that is friendly to crime but a system that is friendly to most people. Such are people who act across the law in a variety of ways.”

Bitcoin was designed to be private, not anonymous. A look at a number of the digital currency offerings shows how the idea of privacy has been completely bastardized and misdefined by a number of crypto developers looking to support their own agendas.

Bitcoin was really, in essence, according to Wright, designed to allow people to conduct transactions without having to use a credit or debit card. Perhaps they don’t own one, they don’t want to give it out, or perhaps they don’t want to get stuck with a recurring bill. Regardless of the reason, Bitcoin was to offer an easy, peer-to-peer solution for a number of problems.

Wright explains, “There is a great falsehood about Bitcoin that has been spread by such people seeking to hijack the platform and create something else. It is the claim that Bitcoin was anti-authority. Bitcoin is an immutable log and an immutable evidence trail. Bitcoin is a form of money that is traceable allowing for the requirements of a sound and honest money dictated by Joseph Stiglitz https://coingeek.com/nobel-prize-winning-economist-wants-to-end-crypto-but-proves-he-doesnt-understand-it/ . Unfortunately, the people who sought e-gold and DigiCash and tried to create bit gold did not want Bitcoin. Such groups sought something completely different to what Bitcoin is, and have hijacked the narrative.”

Despite a believe by some crypto fans that Bitcoin https://coingeek.com/prince-charles-finds-bitcoin-very-interesting-development/ can operate with governments, this is a fallacy that shows how little these individuals understand of currency, Bitcoin and governments. Wright states in his post, “Bitcoin doesn’t stop banking fraud and doesn’t stop fraud at all. Fraud is stopped when you have requirements to act under law and Bitcoin as an evidentiary trail. The point is, Bitcoin reduces the need for certain governmental controls when government exists.”

Developers have already shown that they can – and will – change digital currencies to suit their own needs. This is precisely the issue Bitcoin was striving to address – the ability of a central government to change currencies on a whim. This is why BTC, and other coins like it, are not Bitcoin and why they will ultimately fail. It is also the reason that Bitcoin SV is the original https://coingeek.com/bitcoin-sv-is-a-safety-beacon-in-the-turbulent-tides-of-the-cryptocurrency-chaos/ – and only – Bitcoin and why it will ultimately succeed.


Source: https://coingeek.com/why-btc-is-not-bitcoin/

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I really enjoy reading your information, so i support you Wink

Calvin Ayre: Courts could rule on ‘consumer fraud’ of cryptos that claim to be Bitcoin

In a wide-ranging interview, the businessman Calvin Ayre, a major supporter of the work of Dr. Craig Wright, says that a forthcoming legal case being brought to prove that Dr. Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto https://calvinayre.com/2016/05/02/bitcoin/craig-wright-confirms-identity-bitcoin-inventor-satoshi-nakamoto/, the creator of Bitcoin, could also lead to a ruling that would stop cryptocurrencies other than Bitcoin SV (BSV) https://calvinayre.com/2018/12/27/bitcoin/original-bitcoin-sv-2019-scaling/ using the name Bitcoin at all. To do so makes them guilty of “consumer fraud,” Ayre warned.

“It’s a consumer fraud of some sort for all these exchanges all over the world to be telling people that this is Bitcoin and letting these tokens use the Bitcoin name when the technology is not Bitcoin anymore. It’s a type of consumer fraud and I think that that needs to be fixed as well.”

calvin-ayre-courts-could-rule-on-consumer-fraud-of-cryptos-that-claim-to-be-bitcoin_2Ayre sees the impact of the libel actions https://coingeek.com/craig-wright-statement-claim-peter-mccormack-libel-suit/ being brought by Wright as going far beyond those directly affected in the cases. He believes that a definitive proof that Wright was Satoshi will transform the sector:

“This court case and this proof is not aimed at convincing these people attacking him. They’re completely irrelevant. This is all about going over their heads, getting them out of the way. And Craig, with this court decision, talking directly to the people that matter – mainstream media, business and technical, governments and enterprise and startup decision makers. Those are the only people important here.”

Ayre says it’s “quite likely” that the cases, which are being brought in London, will be decided by the end of the year.

In the longer term, Ayre believes that Dr. Wright’s vision of a Metanet https://coingeek.com/dr-craig-wright-breaks-workings-metanet/ based on the BSV blockchain will be “the Internet of the future – where we actually can commercialize and put a value to the data that flows around the world on the Internet today. And so this is much bigger than just payments. But if we’re talking just about payments, I mean, what would be nice is for people to be able to seamlessly and frictionlessly with relatively low cost, send payments anywhere they want anywhere in the world.”

The key to making that vision a reality is being able to scale blockchain transactions – having large numbers of transactions happening quickly and frictionlessly. Ayre says that “only one blockchain platform massively scales already – original Bitcoin SV – and it has a roadmap to massively massive scaling in the near future!”

Scaling is the theme of the forthcoming CoinGeek conference in Toronto https://coingeek.com/conferences/toronto-conference/ : “all the world’s experts in scaling on blockchains will be there,” Ayre promises. But if that sounds a little dry, he adds: “it’s going to be like Woodstock, you know, you’re going to be able to say, ‘hey, I was there, the CoinGeek Scaling Conference’.”

As to his own motivations for getting involved in the crypto world after a hugely successful career building businesses in online gaming, Ayre says, “I’d already been successful. I’m not doing this completely for money …I legitimately wanted to get involved with a project that would be a legacy project for me, which would actually have lasting impact on the world, improve the world, make the world a better place.”

But he admits the money is also a driver: “of course, as a businessman, I’m always interested in proving that I’m right about things. And the only way that you do that in business is by having your businesses make money …And so I’m driven by all these factors together. And you know, it depends on how I feel in any time in the day, which is the most important one.”

Although working in Bitcoin might seem very different from online gaming, Ayre says his own experiences in the two have much in common: “I’m in at the earliest stages of the industry. So it’s industry building, it’s dealing with the fact that people don’t understand how the existing laws apply to this new thing. There’s a ton of similarities.”

Ayre has always said that a 2006 article in Forbes magazine that described him as a billionaire has meant that he’ll be stuck with that label forever. As to what he’s actually worth today, he says he’s not sure:

“Honestly, it’s really difficult to do valuations to tell what you’re worth, especially if you’re investing in …early stage private companies where a lot of the value is in some kind of future concepts. So I think I’m going to wait a few years before I do have some kind of an appraisal of what I’m really worth. Right now I’m actually just having too much fun to worry about it.”

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Relay announces new Relay One payment system for merchants

Businesses looking for an easy payment solution for their website have a new powerful option, with support for Bitcoin SV (BSV) baked in. Relay, the developers of the RelayX BSV superwallet, have announced their new payment solution, Relay One.

The announcement was made on May 9 in a Medium post. The new service is advertised as a “a simple button for online e-commerce, platforms, and independent sites.” It also features the ability for online merchants to accent local payments.

The new Relay One system will allow merchants to receive funds directly to their RelayX superwallet. Relay specifically worked on this new app as a way to broaden the options available to merchants. They wrote:

“Our long term vision is to empower everyone in the world to participate in the real-time global economy and a large step towards that is providing a method for merchants to open their stores to the world and for content creators to build a direct relationship with their audience.”

Relay will be accepting applications for companies that wish to participate in private testing. At launch, they promise support for BSV, WeChat Pay and Alipay.

The immediate response on social media has been positive. One user noted the progress this application will make towards global adoption.

https://twitter.com/RelayXio/status/1126372682667155456

This is a great new addition to the RelayX wallet https://relayx.io/ launched April 1 and noted to be “the world’s first mobile Superwallet.” That wallet allows users to spend BSV via Alipay, KakaoPay, Line Pay and WeChat Pay as well. Less than two months since its launch, it’s already seen significant use. The addition of Relay One as a merchant option will make it an even more powerful wallet for businesses and guarantee a solid use case for it going forward.

If you’re not familiar with the current offering of BSV wallets, or want to know more about the RelayX Superwallet, you can head on over to our wallet guide, where we dive into its current functionality and the plans the Relay team has for it going forward.

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May 10, 2019, 06:43:31 PM
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BSV and BCH has same hashrate now, then price will same too Smiley
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May 11, 2019, 05:07:36 AM
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This are golden times as exchange rate from other coins is very good, love it.




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May 11, 2019, 05:14:18 AM
 #440

BCH has already grown 4 times, but bitcoin only 2 times, buy BSV before it's too late, it has not grown at all

I think the amount of BTC, BCH and BSV will come back to this line





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