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>> No.23954332 [View]
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Still just 3 blocks on the ABC chain from an unknown miner.

Wonder if it was someone who wanted to sell off his coins so he mined those blocks just to move them. Maybe somewhere that only required three confirmations.

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Friendly reminder that Tether's terms of service clearly states that any US persons are not allowed to own Tether. Yet no exchange prevents accounts from holding Tether even though they are aware the account holder is a US person.

Yes Tether has been a scam this whole time, no you can't actually swap Tether in for USD.

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>>12890066
they are being uploaded to the bitcoin (BSV) blockchain

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>>12341331
You can learn about the fatal SegWit flaw here:
https://youtu.be/hO176mdSTG0

Warning: Not for brainlets that can't watch for 30 minutes and you actually have to want to understand the issue.

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>>11260508
it will take a few years before BCH takes over. there's a lot of people who are completely blind, several in this thread

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>>10829239
give me an image like >>10829210 from this year but for BTC.
you can't? nobody's developing on top of BTC any more?

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>>10786099
i feel the same way

something you maybe can do is use purse.io. in short it works like this:

1. anon with bitcoin (BTC/BCH) wants item on amazon for 5-10% cheaper
2. you buy the item with USD from amazon, ship to the address he specify
3. he gives you bitcoin in return, minus the percentage

this way you get bitcoin without having to give photo id and the 5-10% percentage you "pay" more for these bitcoins are pretty much the same markup cost you'd pay if you bought crypto with a credit card

disclaimer: i havent used purse.io but i think thats how it works

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Bitcoin CASH

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>>10715000
you're damn right!

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>>10705413
2 years ago BTC worked like BCH works today and today the bitcoin whitepaper no longer descibes BTC

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>>10694427
I usually just recommend 1 thing:
Break your daily routine.

Even if it just means driving to a different store to buy your food for the week. Little by little you'll open up to break your routine more and more.

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>>10567916
roger ver flying all over the world meeting important people and convincing them to pick BCH over BTC

craig wright, who probably was in the group creating bitcoin, is working with nChain on all kinds of things

John McAfee supporting BCH

jihan wu, maker of 90% of all ASIC that miners use, supports BCH

gavin andresen supporting BCH, the guy satoshi left the project to

Calvin Ayre (big online gambling dude) supporting BCH and forcing everybody he do business with to accept BCH in some manner

Andreas Antonopoulos is respectful towards bitcoin cash supporters and admits that lightning routing doesn't even work

ryan x charles building yours.org and launching moneybutton soon

lots of developers moving over to work on BCH instead of BTC too, every commit BCH gets is one BTC doesn't get basically.

im probably forgetting a some key people but all these together will not lose. what on earth does BTC got going for it? adoption is dropping like flies and if they dont abandon crypto forever they switch over to BCH

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>>10558232
*I should mention that in theory you only need to move 5.5% of BTC's hashrate over to BCH to be able to attempt a double spend attack. This is because you decrease the required hashrate to profit on BTC while increasing it on BCH, in theory this might push miners over from BCH to BTC which eventually leaves you with half the hashrate on BCH since so many miners switched over to the now-more-profitable BTC blockchain. Still, this theoretical situation is only true for existing BTC miners (those that stand to benefit the most if there are two blockchains to mine on), if someone new wants to attack BCH he will still need 11% of BTC's hashrate. To get a feeling of how big the attacking miner would be, estimates in 2015 show that all of Google's (non-ASIC) servers could only produce 1% of BTC's hashrate and BTC's hashrate has increased 100 fold since then.
https://www.ccn.com/bitcoin-100-times-powerful-google/
https://blockchain.info/charts/hash-rate?timespan=all

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>>10500100
make me faggot

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Bitcoin CASH

https://medium.com/fuzex/special-announcement-02-bee4b369390c

>picking BCH over BTC
So CASH!

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BCH:
+ Approximately 100 transactions / sec
+ Non-reversible transactions allow for instant acceptance by merchants (0 conf)
+ Difficulty is adjusted every block
+ Scales on-chain
+ Always includes all tx input scripts in the blockchain
+ Most of the people that made Bitcoin what it is today now support Bitcoin Cash
+ Big exchanges added support for BCH almost immediately
+ Have larger scripting capabilitiess
+ Works as described in the original Bitcoin whitepaper

BTC:
+ Approximately 5 transactions / sec
+ Transactions can be replaced to return your payment back to yourself
+ Difficulty is adjusted every 2016 blocks, adding risk of complete freeze if miners leave
+ Tries to scale off-chain but nobody knows how routing will work (Lightning Network), will eventually need a backbone of hubs
+ Removes tx input scripts from the blockchain on non-SegWit nodes, relocates them on SegWit nodes
+ Controlled by Blockstream, denies code that don't align with the company vision
+ Got to keep the original ticker symbol
+ Several opcodes are still disabled in scripting
+ Not meant to be used as cash, claims to be a store of value

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>>10318800
>added oars like i pointed out yesterday
nice nice

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>>10289113
this is because vegetarians live pussy lifestyles and never exit their safespace under all circumstances. they smoke less, drink less and is generally a little bitch more.

it has nothing to do with eating vegetables. humans evolved eating meat during 100s of thousands of years, only a complete moron would think that we somehow benefit more from not eating the things we evolved eating.

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BCH will absolutely conquer BTC.

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>>10251632
you're damn right

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>>10224478
they still good. i bet my left nut they have max 5000 USD in crypto so it's whatever if they have lost 80%. they are still laughing about their losses and they aren't actually talking about committing suicide seriously. if they monitize on youtube they probably can make back what they have lost anyway, their "bitcorn goin to the moon" is clearly working in bringing in viewers

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>>10150634
lulz

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>>10142333
Have you seen the latest Roger Ver VLOG?
https://youtu.be/8ned3XBxwl8

This is clearly someone that is a true believer in Bitcoin. This is someone you'd really want to have on your side, working for your crypto. Nobody with this much passion exists on BTC nowadays, BTC have trolls online while BCH have Roger Ver flying all over the world and making important deals and meeting important people.

Anyone thinking BCH will not win is blind.

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>>10107153
BCH will usurp BTC for sure. nothing is happening at all on BTC while there's a lot of excitement going on in BCH. i hope on-chain tokenization arrives next fork (update)



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