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February 25, 2019, 07:18:35 AM
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BSV is the real Bitcoin and has the real value of it. So it is money and has best store of value as such.

Well, its lost 50% of its value in the past 2 months. That's quite a feat, given that most other coins were flat in that time period. If that's your idea of a "store of value", you must really hate money.


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February 25, 2019, 11:16:43 AM
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BSV is the real Bitcoin and has the real value of it. So it is money and has best store of value as such.

Well, its lost 50% of its value in the past 2 months. That's quite a feat, given that most other coins were flat in that time period. If that's your idea of a "store of value", you must really hate money.


Ur mixing up price and value.  Grow up.  Cool

How can it be a store of value when its price keeps going down?

Because 0.1 BSV is still 0.1 BSV regardless of trading price.

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February 25, 2019, 11:56:57 AM
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How can it be a store of value when its price keeps going down?

Because 0.1 BSV is still 0.1 BSV regardless of trading price.

So? 0.0001 TIT is still 0.0001 TIT... the same can be said for any altcoin. just replace the coin symbol. Not exactly a selling point.

Yeah but bsv has a system of miners backing the project (literally working by mining - this is called proof of work). I don’t think anyone’s mining titties. This is the whole economic model that the LN wishes to destroy.

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February 25, 2019, 12:29:28 PM
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How can it be a store of value when its price keeps going down?

Because 0.1 BSV is still 0.1 BSV regardless of trading price.

So? 0.0001 TIT is still 0.0001 TIT... the same can be said for any altcoin. just replace the coin symbol. Not exactly a selling point.

Yeah but bsv has a system of miners backing the project (literally working by mining - this is called proof of work). I don’t think anyone’s mining titties. This is the whole economic model that the LN wishes to destroy.

Again, what you're talking about applies to a thousand different coins. BSV is just yet another bitcoin fork and the market is treating it as such. Bitcoin mining isn't in any danger of shutting down or ceasing to be. A huge uptick in LN usage won't be the end of mining.

That’s sustainable thinking.  Grin

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February 25, 2019, 03:12:29 PM
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BSV is the real Bitcoin and has the real value of it. So it is money and has best store of value as such.

Well, its lost 50% of its value in the past 2 months. That's quite a feat, given that most other coins were flat in that time period. If that's your idea of a "store of value", you must really hate money.


Ur mixing up price and value.  Grow up.  Cool

How can it be a store of value when its price keeps going down?

U re too much in speculation mode. Value comes from usability and stability of its underlying, mainly the base protocol.  Legal acceptance is major filter for world wide adoption- one of the killers for all other crap we still see in that speculation bubble.

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February 26, 2019, 07:53:39 AM
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Again, what you're talking about applies to a thousand different coins. BSV is just yet another bitcoin fork (or fork of a fork to be technically correct) and the market is treating it as such. Bitcoin mining isn't in any danger of shutting down or ceasing to be. A huge uptick in LN usage won't be the end of mining.
I definitely agreed with you.
Bitcoin SV, in fact, is another fork coin, or more exactly I would like to call it as pyramid fork coin.
Do you think about the pyramid fork coin term?
I thought the new term is relevant to describe such a fork of fork coin.

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February 26, 2019, 04:26:41 PM
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Due to protocol stability and proper expectation management real use cases are incoming to Bitcoin

https://coingeek.com/unisot-uses-bitcoin-sv-help-companies-reduce-supply-chain-costs/

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February 26, 2019, 05:16:41 PM
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Bitcoin SV is looking very strong at the moment, especially when most of the alts are down.

Looking at the daily chart, it seems that the 0.02 area is major resistance since it was support back in January before it broke under.

If the 0.02 ratio is broken, then I expect a quick rise to the 0.03 ATH area and over there will most likely be profit taking.

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February 26, 2019, 06:59:55 PM
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I bet u never get that ^  not after reading twice or more.
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February 26, 2019, 08:54:24 PM
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I bet u never get that ^  not after reading twice or more.
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Causality + Facts ...

BSV was not created before BTC. The BSV blockchain is the same as BTC > BCH > at the forked block i.e. a copy.
- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4663094.0

BTC was/is not an airdrop ... Herewith, BTC mined blocks from 2010 ...
- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4630066.0

BTC is not a 'sham'.

BTC is the original Bitcoin.

...

Are you going to try and convince me that you were born before your father next ?

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Thats all ur very private perception.

BSV is true clean Bitcoin from the very start.
No issues with fungibility that segshit - non segshit ...
No issues with dsv and 6monthly changes

BSV just stays Botcoin as the white paper recommends

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February 26, 2019, 10:16:36 PM
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Thats all ur very private perception.

BSV is true clean Bitcoin from the very start.
No issues with fungibility that segshit - non segshit ...
No issues with dsv and 6monthly changes

BSV just stays Botcoin as the white paper recommends

No not my perception, historical facts ...

- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin (BTC)
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_bitcoin (BTC)

Have fun with ur self written history.  Even this forum gets it better.

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February 27, 2019, 12:13:43 AM
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Thats all ur very private perception.

BSV is true clean Bitcoin from the very start.
No issues with fungibility that segshit - non segshit ...
No issues with dsv and 6monthly changes

BSV just stays Botcoin as the white paper recommends

No not my perception, historical facts ...

- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin (BTC)
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_bitcoin (BTC)

Meanwhile, here is only HISTORY of Bitcoin released by the actual creator of Bitcoin: not some third party website describing the history of bitcoin:

https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf

I highly beg to differ on historical facts.

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February 27, 2019, 05:38:04 AM
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Let the trolls and haters do their work. Btc is doomed

https://twitter.com/byongho/status/1055511091005087749

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February 27, 2019, 04:04:59 PM
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Let the trolls and haters do their work. Btc is doomed

https://twitter.com/byongho/status/1055511091005087749

I'm not a 'troll'. No one is 'trolling' here. I've been on this forum since 2010. I'm certainly not a 'hater' either. I don't 'hate' anyone.

It is however increasingly amusing to watch BSV proponents assert that 'Bitcoin BSV' is the original Bitcoin - when historical reference sources from all over the internet prove otherwise, along with the timestamps in the original Bitcoin (BTC) blockchain.

CSW could (supposedly) make all of this nonsense 'go away', by simply signing some original Satoshi mined blocks, considering that he still claims to be 'Satoshi', however he still hasn't done this.

You should all be asking CSW to fully prove (unequivocally / without doubt) ... that he is 'Satoshi' ... otherwise everything is completely baseless. It is way past that time already. To date CSW has only ever provided false proofs. More evidence is mounting in this regard.

Again, ....

- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epistemology
"... definition of knowledge: S knows that P if and only if:

    P;
    S believes that P;
     if P were false, S would not believe that P;  <<<<< HINT: YOU ARE HERE <<<<<
    if P were true, S would believe that P. ..."

I trust that you all understand Preposition and Supposition. Lawyers do.

I’m sure it’s not in Satish is best interest to face multi-national legal issues and over a billion dollars in taxes to satisfy the average retail investor on their identity. Revealing his identity in private to relative indicviduals can be benificial.

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February 28, 2019, 08:29:00 AM
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I’m sure it’s not in Satish is best interest to face multi-national legal issues and over a billion dollars in taxes to satisfy the average retail investor on their identity. Revealing his identity in private to relative indicviduals can be benificial.

Again, signing a message from an address that holds 50 or less coins is _not_ a tax liability unless you sell the coins. Only after the coins are sold does it become a taxable event. How can you pay taxes on something if no transaction has occurred?

Besides, we're not talking about an "average retail investor," we're talking about the thousands of people who will continue to believe he is a fraud until he does such.

Why hasn't @Lauda red tagged you yet?

Looks like u need to be really outspoken critical against BScore dictatorship. Not all have that honor.

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February 28, 2019, 12:14:18 PM
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I’m sure it’s not in Satish is best interest to face multi-national legal issues and over a billion dollars in taxes to satisfy the average retail investor on their identity. Revealing his identity in private to relative indicviduals can be benificial.

Again, signing a message from an address that holds 50 or less coins is _not_ a tax liability unless you sell the coins. Only after the coins are sold does it become a taxable event. How can you pay taxes on something if no transaction has occurred?

Besides, we're not talking about an "average retail investor," we're talking about the thousands of people who will continue to believe he is a fraud until he does such.

Why hasn't @Lauda red tagged you yet?

Looks like u need to be really outspoken critical against BScore dictatorship. Not all have that honor.

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March 03, 2019, 07:40:11 PM
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Dont mind. Things are happening here

https://twitter.com/apagut/status/1101497140046639105?s=19

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HandCash is the best wallet I’ve ever used. Meanwhile Blockstream took exactly 3 years (October 12th, 2015-October 11th, 2018) to develop......

Drum roll please....

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HandCash is the best wallet I’ve ever used. Meanwhile Blockstream took exactly 3 years (October 12th, 2015-October 11th, 2018) to develop......

Drum roll please....

Liquid Sidechain  Cheesy

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Blockstream blocks everything except their own shit.

Uhhh such trolling by me

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