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Well, except for the fact that my work product underlies literally over ninety-five percent of the world's computing infrastructure. At any scale.

You work in a quarry?

That would be undermining.

WTF is SCNR?

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Well, except for the fact that my work product underlies literally over ninety-five percent of the world's computing infrastructure. At any scale.

You work in a quarry?

SCNR

I suspect that you, suchmoon, are underestimating jbreher's sheer prowess, since with a wave of only part of his little finger (maybe not even that much), he can move and shake all world-wide computing systems.... ... well, maybe exaggerating a bit, just 95%, if you get the drift?

Humble yourself suchmoon...... can't even take you seriously, anymore..... because if jbreher has so much connection with foundational aspects of World Computing (note the capitalized World Computing), that also means that he knows (with credibility) that bcash is the real bitcoin.... I mean the fucktwat SV version of bcash.. you know the one with the hoodlums.. pulling its strings..

In other words, jbreher knows that bcash is the best bitcoin of bitcoins, I mean the most bitcoin-i-est of any of them, including more bitcoin than the real bcash... If you know what I am (I mean he is) saying?  

Put BTC here: 35EVP8EePt8dyvKHaB7bXaRmKLm22YgRCA

How much alt coin diversification is necessary? if you are investing in Bitcoin, then perhaps 0%?
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November 28, 2019, 05:32:08 AM
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Meh

If u want to store such tweets for ever

Where would u go?

How d u do that?

Bsv has it. Easy

https://twitter.com/Aztek_btc/status/1199693578630418434?s=19

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Well, except for the fact that my work product underlies literally over ninety-five percent of the world's computing infrastructure. At any scale.

LOL baiting you into exposing yourself as a virtue signaling ass is always so easy.

Umm hmmm... And what exactly is your contribution to society, nutildah?

Intelligent people eventually learn their place. What are you, like twelve years old?

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BTW, those cold storage wallets are way cheaper than Ledger or Trezors and can also be used for shopping.
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/kaching-secure-bitcoin-wallet#/

It looks suspicious.

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BTW, those cold storage wallets are way cheaper than Ledger or Trezors and can also be used for shopping.
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/kaching-secure-bitcoin-wallet#/

It looks suspicious.
Who so is that indiegogo the card, the link, the new address for every single use ... .how so?

2 HOURS Fireside Chat with CSW https://youtu.be/3nFKIHmYY9c

"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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BTW, those cold storage wallets are way cheaper than Ledger or Trezors and can also be used for shopping.
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/kaching-secure-bitcoin-wallet#/

It looks suspicious.
Who so is that indiegogo the card, the link, the new address for every single use ... .how so?

2 HOURS Fireside Chat with CSW https://youtu.be/3nFKIHmYY9c

Thx for the link - half through I find me to agree that miners should also fall under

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ICP_license

(next to lots of potential rules in finance and their local govs)

cause they are bulding the most impotant immutable internet-content in a store of data - the blockchain

So better be open (meh, the code IS open source) and compliant - or go the Close down path like Liberty Reseve, digicash, eGold ...

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8 HOURS of SiGMA 2019 - iGaming Malta -  Gaming, gambling.... https://youtu.be/sEOegrJZmX4
(CSW at 4:47 and 7:24)

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Finding things is PoW

The open source fetishists (too lazy to search) pls work

One tweet to this guy

https://mobile.twitter.com/connolly_dan/status/1199967112741171202

I did a part of the work for ya

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They just keep on coming: Commons
https://tncpw.co/b7417995

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Really man?

How u came to such 'unpopular' thinkin?

https://mobile.twitter.com/crypt0snews/status/1199778480507912192

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News: Business incoming onchain

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Bitcoin Independence Day: BSV the fastest growing blockchain ever
https://coingeek.com/bitcoin-independence-day-bsv-the-fastest-growing-blockchain-ever
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It seems that BSV could be completely compatible to integrate this list?!

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Where its Chinese neighbour plebiscites state blockchains while repressing uncontrolled cryptos, South Korea wants to build a legal basis to give legal status to all cryptomonnaies.

The bill thus aims to fully legalize cryptoactives, considering them as any other digital assets, according to a South Korean newspaper. This is to provide greater regulatory clarity and transparency to players in the crypto sector.

Already approved by the Political Committee of the Korean National Assembly, the project must now be validated by its Judicial Commission before it can be implemented as early as 2020.

In order to prevent money laundering (AML) and protect investors, if this law is definitively adopted, companies linked to cryptomones will have to register with South Korean financial regulators, including the Financial Services Commission (FSC). The latter has stated that this law will legitimize investment in cryptoactives.


http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/article.aspx?aid=3070773
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It seems that BSV could be completely compatible to integrate this list?!

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Where its Chinese neighbour plebiscites state blockchains while repressing uncontrolled cryptos, South Korea wants to build a legal basis to give legal status to all cryptomonnaies.

The bill thus aims to fully legalize cryptoactives, considering them as any other digital assets, according to a South Korean newspaper. This is to provide greater regulatory clarity and transparency to players in the crypto sector.

Already approved by the Political Committee of the Korean National Assembly, the project must now be validated by its Judicial Commission before it can be implemented as early as 2020.

In order to prevent money laundering (AML) and protect investors, if this law is definitively adopted, companies linked to cryptomones will have to register with South Korean financial regulators, including the Financial Services Commission (FSC). The latter has stated that this law will legitimize investment in cryptoactives.


http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/article.aspx?aid=3070773



The same applies to Switzerland, which wants to remove any legal obstacles to blockchain technology https://www.efd.admin.ch/efd/fr/home/dokumentation/nsb-news_list.msg-id-77252.html
Perhaps a possibility to make Swiss companies aware of the advantage and possibilities of developing their projects with BSV
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It seems that BSV could be completely compatible to integrate this list?!

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Where its Chinese neighbour plebiscites state blockchains while repressing uncontrolled cryptos, South Korea wants to build a legal basis to give legal status to all cryptomonnaies.

The bill thus aims to fully legalize cryptoactives, considering them as any other digital assets, according to a South Korean newspaper. This is to provide greater regulatory clarity and transparency to players in the crypto sector.

Already approved by the Political Committee of the Korean National Assembly, the project must now be validated by its Judicial Commission before it can be implemented as early as 2020.

In order to prevent money laundering (AML) and protect investors, if this law is definitively adopted, companies linked to cryptomones will have to register with South Korean financial regulators, including the Financial Services Commission (FSC). The latter has stated that this law will legitimize investment in cryptoactives.


http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/article.aspx?aid=3070773



The same applies to Switzerland, which wants to remove any legal obstacles to blockchain technology https://www.efd.admin.ch/efd/fr/home/dokumentation/nsb-news_list.msg-id-77252.html
Perhaps a possibility to make Swiss companies aware of the advantage and possibilities of developing their projects with BSV


Indeed, it is a growth perspective. It should also be remembered that

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Source qote from= https://coingeek.com/bitcoin-independence-day-bsv-the-fastest-growing-blockchain-ever/

unlike other cryptocurrency camps, BSV complies with regulations. It recognizes the nature of the blockchain as a transparent and verifiable record in which transactions can be tracked and criminal activities stopped. The BSV ecosystem also supports compliance with KYC, AML, securities and other real-world legal requirements - which is essential to earn the trust of businesses and governments for global adoption.

BSV is the only part with a blockchain that has a significant scale (now), a robust utility (now) and is committed to a protocol defined in the stone from which developers can reliably rely (almost complete return to the original Bitcoin protocol by February 2020). ). BSV is also the only part that adheres to Bitcoin's original design, taken from the white paper and early writings of Satoshi Nakamoto. In short, BSV is Bitcoin. LOOK for more information on the 1st year of BSV here https://bitcoinsv.com/en/learn/independence-day

Appears to be very encouraging


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It seems that BSV could be completely compatible to integrate this list?!

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Where its Chinese neighbour plebiscites state blockchains while repressing uncontrolled cryptos, South Korea wants to build a legal basis to give legal status to all cryptomonnaies.

The bill thus aims to fully legalize cryptoactives, considering them as any other digital assets, according to a South Korean newspaper. This is to provide greater regulatory clarity and transparency to players in the crypto sector.

Already approved by the Political Committee of the Korean National Assembly, the project must now be validated by its Judicial Commission before it can be implemented as early as 2020.

In order to prevent money laundering (AML) and protect investors, if this law is definitively adopted, companies linked to cryptomones will have to register with South Korean financial regulators, including the Financial Services Commission (FSC). The latter has stated that this law will legitimize investment in cryptoactives.


http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/article.aspx?aid=3070773



The same applies to Switzerland, which wants to remove any legal obstacles to blockchain technology https://www.efd.admin.ch/efd/fr/home/dokumentation/nsb-news_list.msg-id-77252.html
Perhaps a possibility to make Swiss companies aware of the advantage and possibilities of developing their projects with BSV


Indeed, it is a growth perspective. It should also be remembered that

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Source qote from= https://coingeek.com/bitcoin-independence-day-bsv-the-fastest-growing-blockchain-ever/

unlike other cryptocurrency camps, BSV complies with regulations. It recognizes the nature of the blockchain as a transparent and verifiable record in which transactions can be tracked and criminal activities stopped. The BSV ecosystem also supports compliance with KYC, AML, securities and other real-world legal requirements - which is essential to earn the trust of businesses and governments for global adoption.

BSV is the only part with a blockchain that has a significant scale (now), a robust utility (now) and is committed to a protocol defined in the stone from which developers can reliably rely (almost complete return to the original Bitcoin protocol by February 2020). ). BSV is also the only part that adheres to Bitcoin's original design, taken from the white paper and early writings of Satoshi Nakamoto. In short, BSV is Bitcoin. LOOK for more information on the 1st year of BSV here https://bitcoinsv.com/en/learn/independence-day

Appears to be very encouraging







It should also be noted that the Federal Parliament of Germany has now drafted a bill that aims to enable conventional banks to become custodians and dealers of cryptocurrencies as from next year. Therefore, under German law, cryptocurrents are fully recognised as "digital representations of an asset that has not been issued by any central bank or public agency (...)[and] accepted as a means of exchange and payment, or for investment purposes".

https://www.handelsblatt.com/finanzen/maerkte/devisen-rohstoffe/kryptowaehrungen-neues-geldwaeschegesetz-banken-duerfen-bitcoin-verwahren/25276392.html?ticket=ST-43234711-gTGujOlQWO4Uc7sONqqG-ap6

The sale and custody of Bitcoin and other altcoins could thus be managed by all banks if this law, already adopted by the Bundestag, were to be definitively approved. And according to the latest information at our disposal, obtained today, the Bundesrat (the German Federal Council) has also adopted this law on Friday 29 November. This new regulation could thus apply as from 1 January 2020.

This German legislative project removes a shameful clause from the fourth European Union directive on money laundering, which simply prohibited banks from directly managing cryptomorries, forcing them to use external intermediaries.

The Bankenverband is the leading organisation of private banks in Germany. And she is deeply concerned about the announcement of Facebook's Libra and China's state-owned crypto. This lobby of 200 banks, including Deutsche Bank, published on 30 October a long manifesto calling for the creation of a "programmable digital euro".

Although these banks talk about "crypto-based digital euro", this digitised euro would, so to speak, no longer be anything like a crypto. As it would have to comply with the "highest regulatory standards", this digital euro would not even be based on distributed registry technology (DLT), according to the Bankenverband classification table below, but simply an evolution of the current bank account system.

https://en.bankenverband.de/newsroom/comments/programmable-digital-euro/

I wonder when nCHAIN patents: BSV are involved?
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nChain patents for BSV may be necessary since:

Russia is engaged in the race for Blockchain technology, as is China, which recently made it official with the voice of Xi Jinping, determined to "take the first place in the emerging field of Blockchains". (https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=&sl=zh-CN&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.xinhuanet.com%2F2019-10%2F25%2Fc_1125153665.htm&sandbox=1). Announcing the upcoming creation of a national cryptocurrency (the "DCEP").

The BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) in general are very interested in Blockchain technology and are even discussing the implementation of a crypto that would be common to them (The 5 BRICS nations is 3 billion people (40% of the world population) and, according to projections, 40% of the world's GDP by 2025.). Used for trade between these countries to circumvent dollar payments: "The dollar's share of BRICS foreign trade regulations has increased from 92% to 50% over the past five years. The implementation of a common cryptomonnaise will thus confirm this trend with the long-term ambition of creating a fully "dollar and SWIFT-proof" ecosystem. "We are talking about a market with 3 billion people.
Between public currencies (such as Bitcoin or Ethereum), state currencies (Digital Currency Electronic Payment - DCEP-, crypto-rouble (finally aborted), Petro in Venezuela, pushes for a crypto-euro...) and private currencies (Ripple, Libra, GRAM...), the hegemony of the Dollar risks being shaken in the future.

By the way, China is already engaged in a commercial fight against GAFAM (Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft) with its BATX (Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent, Xiaomi) for the domination of the digital sector and ICT (New Information and Communication Technologies). This is another subject, but it shows China's willingness to be present and competitive on these issues https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/China-tech/China-triples-US-in-blockchain-patent-filings

At European level, the same enthusiasm among institutions (especially triggered by the shock - or awakening - generated by the announcement of the upcoming launch of Libra): the German and French finance ministers agree on the idea of pushing for the implementation of a crypto-euro.

A member of the ECB's Executive Board recently argued this point (https://www.ecb.europa.eu/press/key/date/2019/html/ecb.sp191126~5230672c11.en.html). The Senior Deputy Governor of the Banque de France also advocates the use of the Blockchain at the European level (https://www.banque-france.fr/sites/default/files/medias/documents/2019_11_21_afme_discours_db_vf2clean.pdf).
In addition, German banks will soon be able to keep Bitcoin as well as gold (https://www.handelsblatt.com/finanzen/maerkte/devisen-rohstoffe/kryptowaehrungen-neues-geldwaeschegesetz-banken-duerfen-bitcoin-verwahren/25276392.html?ticket=ST-53239332-yvi42LJVmV6yorSUqjcc-ap1).

And French institutions do not remain marbled, as evidenced by the Senate's latest report on crypto-actives: http://www.senat.fr/rap/r19-007-1/r19-007-11.pdf/ .

The United States is also moving a lot on this issue. If Congress seems very busy slamming Zuckerberg's wrists, putting obstacles in Libra's way, to make him pay for the scandals around Cambridge Analytica, the fact remains that the United States has a very active Blockchain ecosystem. Moreover, the FED has recently stated that it is conducting research on the costs and benefits of issuing a crypto-dollar (https://www.coindesk.com/fed-reserve-evaluating-digital-dollar-but-benefits-still-unclear-says-chairman).

Iran, Tunisia, Paraguay, Switzerland, Wales, Estonia, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan have also been doing so for a long time, in other words, so many countries that are aware of the race launched and have decided to participate in it in order not to be left behind. These are all countries that are quick to put in place regulations that will, they all hope, be optimal for the development of their national Blockchain ecosystem.
I am not talking about all the projects and companies that have started and have already developed well because it would be too long but I invite you to find out for yourself because it is exciting and impressive (I will soon make an article with a list of sites to follow so you don't miss anything).

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nChain patents for BSV may be necessary since:

Russia is engaged in the race for Blockchain technology, as is China, which recently made it official with the voice of Xi Jinping, determined to "take the first place in the emerging field of Blockchains". (https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=&sl=zh-CN&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.xinhuanet.com%2F2019-10%2F25%2Fc_1125153665.htm&sandbox=1). Announcing the upcoming creation of a national cryptocurrency (the "DCEP").

The BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) in general are very interested in Blockchain technology and are even discussing the implementation of a crypto that would be common to them (The 5 BRICS nations is 3 billion people (40% of the world population) and, according to projections, 40% of the world's GDP by 2025.). Used for trade between these countries to circumvent dollar payments: "The dollar's share of BRICS foreign trade regulations has increased from 92% to 50% over the past five years. The implementation of a common cryptomonnaise will thus confirm this trend with the long-term ambition of creating a fully "dollar and SWIFT-proof" ecosystem. "We are talking about a market with 3 billion people.
Between public currencies (such as Bitcoin or Ethereum), state currencies (Digital Currency Electronic Payment - DCEP-, crypto-rouble (finally aborted), Petro in Venezuela, pushes for a crypto-euro...) and private currencies (Ripple, Libra, GRAM...), the hegemony of the Dollar risks being shaken in the future.

By the way, China is already engaged in a commercial fight against GAFAM (Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft) with its BATX (Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent, Xiaomi) for the domination of the digital sector and ICT (New Information and Communication Technologies). This is another subject, but it shows China's willingness to be present and competitive on these issues https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/China-tech/China-triples-US-in-blockchain-patent-filings

At European level, the same enthusiasm among institutions (especially triggered by the shock - or awakening - generated by the announcement of the upcoming launch of Libra): the German and French finance ministers agree on the idea of pushing for the implementation of a crypto-euro.

A member of the ECB's Executive Board recently argued this point (https://www.ecb.europa.eu/press/key/date/2019/html/ecb.sp191126~5230672c11.en.html). The Senior Deputy Governor of the Banque de France also advocates the use of the Blockchain at the European level (https://www.banque-france.fr/sites/default/files/medias/documents/2019_11_21_afme_discours_db_vf2clean.pdf).
In addition, German banks will soon be able to keep Bitcoin as well as gold (https://www.handelsblatt.com/finanzen/maerkte/devisen-rohstoffe/kryptowaehrungen-neues-geldwaeschegesetz-banken-duerfen-bitcoin-verwahren/25276392.html?ticket=ST-53239332-yvi42LJVmV6yorSUqjcc-ap1).

And French institutions do not remain marbled, as evidenced by the Senate's latest report on crypto-actives: http://www.senat.fr/rap/r19-007-1/r19-007-11.pdf/ .

The United States is also moving a lot on this issue. If Congress seems very busy slamming Zuckerberg's wrists, putting obstacles in Libra's way, to make him pay for the scandals around Cambridge Analytica, the fact remains that the United States has a very active Blockchain ecosystem. Moreover, the FED has recently stated that it is conducting research on the costs and benefits of issuing a crypto-dollar (https://www.coindesk.com/fed-reserve-evaluating-digital-dollar-but-benefits-still-unclear-says-chairman).

Iran, Tunisia, Paraguay, Switzerland, Wales, Estonia, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan have also been doing so for a long time, in other words, so many countries that are aware of the race launched and have decided to participate in it in order not to be left behind. These are all countries that are quick to put in place regulations that will, they all hope, be optimal for the development of their national Blockchain ecosystem.
I am not talking about all the projects and companies that have started and have already developed well because it would be too long but I invite you to find out for yourself because it is exciting and impressive (I will soon make an article with a list of sites to follow so you don't miss anything).



The application space is sheer infinite and BSV will take em all sooner or later (meh, not decentral enough) by economic and maybe also compliance reasons.

The only hurdle is the anarcho and criminal touch in the space and the latent fear of protocol forgery instability so that industry is in wait mode / play private blockchain game mode for some time.

Not all. Happy advent Bodog.com

https://mobile.twitter.com/Diegoioisp/status/1200997109601845248





Don't shit on him and his genius work

Oh, the irony...

If ya wanna alter his work > esp into un-functioning / cripple capacity, and still call it Bitcoin -> you shit on him and his years of work

No irony

Iron hard arguments

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December 06, 2019, 08:50:27 AM
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BSVtards whole fucking shitcoin is based on the lies of Craig.

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December 06, 2019, 09:31:49 AM
Last edit: December 23, 2019, 12:23:17 AM by mprep
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If anonymous trolls tell ya a public Person lies, and have not guts to go public with such - it's worth what?



BSV / metanet does fix that shit

BSV  = Bitcoin wins, cause all is about truth in public  - not ano / anarcho / hidden agenda world where segshit and LN rules



If anonymous trolls tell ya a public Person lies, and have not guts to go public with such - it's worth what?

Judge Reinhart isn't anonymous, nor is he a troll. And everything he's said about Craig being a liar is very public. Have fun continuing to support the biggest fraud in the crypto universe. I know that you will.

Feeded by trolls ? Oh - you want BSV talk into the 'orange suit' ?   

LoL

BSV is the Ledger of Truth

Happy Weekend

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