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July 18, 2019, 06:30:40 PM
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Does anyone know if media will be allowed during the upcoming trial date?

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July 19, 2019, 06:18:35 AM
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Does anyone know if media will be allowed during the upcoming trial date?

There will be a closed hearing on 5th of August, my guess is that at least half of the day will be closed for public and half open so you can try. I know attorney Stephen D. Palley was reporting from last hearing, the open part.

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July 19, 2019, 06:40:28 AM
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Does anyone know if media will be allowed during the upcoming trial date?

There will be a closed hearing on 5th of August, my guess is that at least half of the day will be closed for public and half open so you can try. I know attorney Stephen D. Palley was reporting from last hearing, the open part.

No - he wasn't there.. he just has his own views  Roll Eyes

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July 19, 2019, 09:35:26 PM
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1 block per 10 minutes =
6 blocks per hour =
144 blocks per day =
~52,594 blocks per year

At 1 MB, that is 51.36 GB if all blocks are full.
At 1 GB, that is 51.36 TB if all blocks are full.
And we want 2 GB?
2 GB means nearly 1TB every week. That is quite the expensive node.


Now... the "Moore's Law" argument about improvement to technology may have some merit, but only in a reactive sense.

Proactively anticipating the progression of technology is asinine. You're wagering the decentralization of nodes on humanity's capacity for improvement yet you won't hope for improvements in the Lightning Network? How about that.

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July 20, 2019, 03:23:16 AM
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At 1 MB, that is 51.36 GB if all blocks are full.
At 1 GB, that is 51.36 TB if all blocks are full.
And we want 2 GB?
2 GB means nearly 1TB every week. That is quite the expensive node.

At 1TB week is 52 TB year

@$50 per TB storage.

>$2500 per year on hardware storage costs @ raid 0

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July 20, 2019, 09:09:18 AM
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At 1TB week is 52 TB year

I thought Craigy's policy all along was that they don't want little people involved in the running of BSV.

Anything that makes it more centralised is a welcome development in their eyes. Presumably the end game is one datacentre with him masturbating furiously every time those 'gigamegs' get bigger.

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July 20, 2019, 11:17:05 AM
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At 1TB week is 52 TB year

I thought Craigy's policy all along was that they don't want little people involved in the running of BSV.

Anything that makes it more centralised is a welcome development in their eyes. Presumably the end game is one datacentre with him masturbating furiously every time those 'gigamegs' get bigger.

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July 20, 2019, 01:25:03 PM
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At 1TB week is 52 TB year

I thought Craigy's policy all along was that they don't want little people involved in the running of BSV.

Anything that makes it more centralised is a welcome development in their eyes. Presumably the end game is one datacentre with him masturbating furiously every time those 'gigamegs' get bigger.

No, the good thing is that many trustworthy institutions will run enough infrastructure for anyone in the world, and hobby guys can still run btc raspi shit.

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July 20, 2019, 01:36:34 PM
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No, the good thing is that many trustworthy institutions will run enough infrastructure for anyone in the world, and hobby guys can still run btc raspi shit.

If that's the future you wish for then we may as well go full Libra. At least they're serious, competent and well funded. I'd choose Libra over a small group of psychopaths any day of the week.

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July 20, 2019, 01:43:04 PM
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No, the good thing is that many trustworthy institutions will run enough infrastructure for anyone in the world, and hobby guys can still run btc raspi shit.

If that's the future you wish for then we may as well go full Libra. At least they're serious, competent and well funded. I'd choose Libra over a small group of psychopaths any day of the week.

I cannot believe that u really got mixed up the setups for Bitcoin, where all can be part of, - sure u need enough money to buy miners,  and Libra where Zucky might want to allow u to buy in.

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July 20, 2019, 01:47:59 PM
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No, the good thing is that many trustworthy institutions will run enough infrastructure for anyone in the world, and hobby guys can still run btc raspi shit.

If that's the future you wish for then we may as well go full Libra. At least they're serious, competent and well funded. I'd choose Libra over a small group of psychopaths any day of the week.

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July 20, 2019, 03:27:14 PM
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I forget if this was mentioned already but it appears that Part 2 of the court saga takes place on August 5th. Sadly, Wright will not be present, but witnesses called by both the prosecution and defense will be there, so it should be at least a little bit juicy.

Here's a short breakdown of the Wright controversy by CoinDesk, published 5 days ago:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KobjCAXXHLY

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July 20, 2019, 09:11:08 PM
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No, the good thing is that many trustworthy institutions will run enough infrastructure for anyone in the world, and hobby guys can still run btc raspi shit.

If that's the future you wish for then we may as well go full Libra. At least they're serious, competent and well funded. I'd choose Libra over a small group of psychopaths any day of the week.

I cannot believe that u really got mixed up the setups for Bitcoin, where all can be part of, - sure u need enough money to buy miners,  and Libra where Zucky might want to allow u to buy in.

I want you to reread what you have written in both quotes.
I want you to keep reading until you see the faults in your ways.

You will not come to understand anything unless you undergo this introspection because otherwise you are never going to seriously think about what you're spouting.

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July 21, 2019, 06:36:42 AM
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No, the good thing is that many trustworthy institutions will run enough infrastructure for anyone in the world, and hobby guys can still run btc raspi shit.

If that's the future you wish for then we may as well go full Libra. At least they're serious, competent and well funded. I'd choose Libra over a small group of psychopaths any day of the week.

I cannot believe that u really got mixed up the setups for Bitcoin, where all can be part of, - sure u need enough money to buy miners,  and Libra where Zucky might want to allow u to buy in.

I want you to reread what you have written in both quotes.
I want you to keep reading until you see the faults in your ways.

You will not come to understand anything unless you undergo this introspection because otherwise you are never going to seriously think about what you're spouting.


Shhhhhhhhhhhh, you're confusing him now.

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July 21, 2019, 11:24:45 AM
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No, the good thing is that many trustworthy institutions will run enough infrastructure for anyone in the world

CSW invented banks? Genius.

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July 21, 2019, 11:29:30 AM
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No, the good thing is that many trustworthy institutions will run enough infrastructure for anyone in the world

CSW invented banks? Genius.

Not really, but how will Bitcoin go global without being properly fit for institutions and big business?

Miners, exchanges are already btw...

We see they look into and find only the minimal initial protocol is on legal purpose and no issues with any regulator.

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July 21, 2019, 11:38:35 AM
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Not really, but how will Bitcoin go global without being properly fit for institutions and big business?

Miners, exchanges are already btw...

We see they look into and find only the minimal initial protocol is on legal purpose and no issues with any regulator.

CSW is not the person who would make Bitcoin famous rather the users and community is..

Bitcoin is already global and more used and respected than your BSV shit FYI.
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Not really, but how will Bitcoin go global without being properly fit for institutions and big business?

Miners, exchanges are already btw...

We see they look into and find only the minimal initial protocol is on legal purpose and no issues with any regulator.

CSW is not the person who would make Bitcoin famous rather the users and community is..

Bitcoin is already global and more used and respected than your BSV shit FYI.

Mostly global for speculation ponzi shit and illicit clusterfuck. Yeah thats true.

But dont expect more. Rather global shutdown of all the illegal exchanges

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It turns out that the hackers are getting better every day and at the moment they are even able to hack a cardboard box with documents in someone's basement  Grin Grin Grin.

I only hope that this is obvious for everybody that the real BTC creators died some time ago and we should leave them to rest in peace.

CW will be punished sooner or later for all this mess he has done and keeps doing to the BTC and community.

I only hope these claims that he owns 1,100,000 bitcoins and they are held in some trust are also a lie. From what I have read this BTC would be released to him next year (if true of course).
This could be a real threat to BTC.

I keep thinking why the court doesn't check this trust and if there are indeed these wallets with claimed BTC?


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Latest development in the Craig Wright case.

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