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August 01, 2019, 04:22:02 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5167057.0

Really irked me when you locked the thread just because @Wind_FURY stated so.

"Hahaha. There are two posters here, or maybe it's actually one person, that are tag-teaming all of you with debates of nonesense.

Mods, lock this topic."

If you read carefully the thread so called Wind_FURY decided to leave the thread because he got into a heated debate with @Khaos77

@ETFbitcoin throws in his opinion on the SEGWIT solution

@DooMAD throws in a opinion

and I throw in a proposed solution.

then comes in @cfbtcman asking some noobish questions and throwing some statements around so ETFbitcoin and I go around to clarify on his statements to help him gain a better understanding.

So did you really just close a thread because we where trying to help a uneducated member gain more knowledge about Bitcoin just because so called Wind_FURY said so, and actually trying to say that we are one account just for clarifying on a members statement.

Hey why not just lock up all the threads then as their is no point replying in this forum and no point in replying to someones statement, why not just close the whole forum down then as obviously this whole forum is a waste of time considering Wind_FURY's statement.

The only thing that should of been done there is making sure that cfbtcman would stop double and triple posting.
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August 01, 2019, 04:29:07 PM
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So did you really just close a thread because we where trying to help a uneducated member gain more knowledge about Bitcoin just because so called Wind_FURY said so, and actually trying to say that we are one account just for clarifying on a members statement.
What I believe that the thread was locked there because there are nothing more to add. There were these two posters debating with each others which was not going anywhere.

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August 01, 2019, 05:40:23 PM
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The discussion going off-topic, so it's no wonder the thread got locked. Especially few are being closed-minded.

@ETFbitcoin throws in his opinion on the SEGWIT solution

And other on-chain scaling/improvement

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