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Last chance to buy BCH at 0.03

>> No.14979542
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This chart covers the past 10 days. The BCHBTC ratio has bottomed out and can only go up from here. What are you waiting for, anon?

>> No.14979551

>>14979542
lmao rolling for btrash going to zero

>> No.14979562

>Buying anything Bitcoin
>Having a (somewhat) functioning brain
Pick one

>> No.14979572

>>14979551
good one anon, i'll roll

>>14979562
BTC is the King hands down

>> No.14979642

>>14979572
Just to give some perspective, I'm a programmer.
Done so since 8yo, am 22 now.
I've always had perculiar interests in everything, and I'm open to anything.

The way bitcoin is setup is unsustainable, the low TPS and POW are inefficiëncies that truly limit it.
I would dare to say, this has been done on purpose.

But, why? Sensically I'd say the devs didn't see it getting this far, but somewhere I think this is a setup.
A massive redistribution of wealth when bitcoin crashes.

Crypto is here to stay, Bitcoin might have been first but has become ancient because of this.

>> No.14979665

In 2015, the community had the opportunity to come to consensus to implement better scaling.
Parties left at the last moment, and there's no changing their mistakes now.

>> No.14979689

>>14979562
>>Buying anything Bitcoin
>>14979642
>>14979665
so you realised this but don't have bsv? what are you doing nigga?

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>>14979689
Because BSV is also highly inefficiënt.

XRP are the only ones who did their job correctly.
It's made in c++, a limitless and highly efficiënt language.
Supports javascript, useful in mobile and web application
Invests in itself
Unlimited TPS
No excessive energy usage
Codius for smart contracts
Ripple labs has also proven themselves with rolling out xcurrent and xrapid

I'm in link for your memes, and ethereum is the brainlet techy meme so just expect gains but don't trust it.

>> No.14979746

>>14979562
This, never buy any other Bitcoin than BCH

>> No.14979753

Bitcoin Illegal kek

>> No.14979830

>>14979737

Blockchains don't have programming languages, they are a networking protocol, you dumb fucking ape. Who cares what language one of the client implementations is written in?

>> No.14979873

>>14979830
You'd care if you try to understand the scale at which a true currency has to function
Efficiency has always been the 1. factor in every competitive market
It reduces cost and time, which increase value or relative gains
If inefficiencies don't matter now, they will in the future.
Better save the time and resources by doing it right the first time, or keep walking after the facts.

>> No.14979893

Sorry for my syntax, I'm really tired

>> No.14979898

>>14979873

You are a moron if you think whatever programming language the client is written in has anything to do with the protocol's performance.

>> No.14979900

>>14979737
ripple are gonna find their hands tied with patents from nchain
they won't be doing smart contracts for one
eth is fucked and can't scale for the same reasons, link will follow it to the toilet

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>>14979898
Yes I'm a moron.
My AI which processes 30 3MB frames/sec on a godforsaken raspberry is also retarded.

>> No.14979918

>>14979900
Let me look into that, got some links?

>> No.14979946

>>14979918
they have a couple hundred pending
https://patents.google.com/?assignee=Nchain+Holdings+Ltd
they got one relating to uses of smart contracts in the EU and some other countries this month
>https://patents.google.com/patent/EP3257191B1/en?assignee=Nchain+Holdings+Ltd
i can't even find any from ripple labs except the banking one

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>>14979915
Hey look everyone I made a robot toy, I’m some kinda genius huh?

>> No.14979973

>>14979946
Mostly because software patenting is not worthwhile
If you change the slightest thing in a software concept, the patent doesn't apply

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>>14979973

>> No.14980192

>>14979915

Ahahahahahahaahahahahahhaa what a nerd

>> No.14980254

>>14979915

Yeah, you're a retard because you're still talking about processing power, instead of network bandwidth / latency, or consensus algorithms, which are what determine a blockchain's throughput and speed. Buy you are talking about what programming language the client was written in and that is "supports javascript" w/e that means.

>> No.14980274

If you ask nicely, I can drop a link so you can play with it :)

In the mean time, I have an announcement to make..
*ahem*

*brr, brr*

*ahem*

NIGGERS

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>>14979642

I think bitcoin's original design is actually the most elegant and battle-tested of any crypto out there. The reason BTC is doomed is because they've restricted the capacity of their network to a mere 3 transactions per second. Bitcoin Cash retains the elegance but actually scales massively.

>> No.14980542

BSV > BCH

>> No.14980555

>>14980542
Poo poo pee pee

>> No.14980688

>>14980419
>>14980450
Emotion should be left at home when rationality comes into play

>> No.14980733

>>14979642
Because Core devs want a job for life. Can't have a job for life if the protocol is set.
The same applies to other industries e.g. pharmacy industry has customers for life with forced adult vaccinations (they're trying to get this done) and drugs in general, whereas many chronic issues can be fixed by applying lifestyle changes.
A wholistic view of the crypto market is the only way to explain it. If you're going the reductionistic route, prepare for short term gains but long term losses.

>> No.14980900

>>14980733
This is wise

>> No.14980916

>>14980688
No emotion about it, pal. Bitcoin's design just works. BCH is the version of bitcoin that actually implements the original design.

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>> No.14981149

>>14979526
>He thinks he will make it.

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>> No.14981169

>>14981002
Where do you think lightning channels go when they close?

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>>14981169
Where do you think all corrupt under the table backhanded payments go when they emerge back into the visible system?
And do you actually think this negates the point that such payments are made and such corruption takes place? Or are you just making noise for the sake of it?

>> No.14981254

>>14981237
How about you answer my question before going on a desparate schizo-fueled tangent?

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>>14981254
It was an answer, that you didn't understand it is because you're retarded. You don't counter the point that some transaction medium is not subject to monitoring by indicating that it is eventually attached to some other ledger that is subject to monitoring, any more than you counter the point that raw sewage is not potable water despite a connection to the water table.

>> No.14981314

The answer is BSV. I know it, you know it, everyone knows it. Creg is going to pull the bottom out of the market the only question is when.

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>>14981254
no matter how desperate to believe otherwise you are, lightning is not bitcoin.

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>>14981314
he sure knows it.

>> No.14981336

>>14981297
The correct answer is into the mempool. Where do transactions in the mempool go?

>>14981315
Anything that moves Bitcoin UTXO sets around is Bitcoin. If I put Bitcoin onto a physical device and gave it to you for you to spend, with the exchange happening off-chain, are you saying that what happened *wasn't* a transfer of Bitcoin?

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>>14981336
> The correct answer is into the mempool. Where do transactions in the mempool go?
The correct answer is outfall, where does water from the outfall reservoir go?
> Anything that moves Bitcoin UTXO sets around is Bitcoin. If I put Bitcoin onto a physical device and gave it to you for you to spend, with the exchange happening off-chain, are you saying that what happened *wasn't* a transfer of Bitcoin?
You realise such devices have existed since before lightning was a thing and are flatly not a solution to the artificial limits of btc? Why am i bothering to ask? Of course you don't realise that. You fell victim to the most obviously transparent con imaginable and still try to soothe your idiotic ego by pretending it's all just too complex for anyone else to understand the mirage you have in your head you think is reality.

>> No.14981382

>>14981368
>try to soothe your idiotic ego by pretending it's all just too complex for anyone else to understand the mirage you have in your head you think is reality.

No, it's very simple actually.

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>>14981382

>> No.14981482

>>14981441
It's a quote, so surely it must be true.
Good luck on your schizo quest.

>> No.14981501

>>14979526
I DONT GIVE A FUCK ABOUT BITCOIN CASH. TAKE YOUR COIN AND GET THE FUCK OUT OF HERE U PAJEET

>> No.14981542

>>14979526
Why BCH pumping? There is already a worthless alternative out there, LTC.

>> No.14982404

>>14981542
Maybe because it's the only coin that actually can compete with "the king" bitcoin and whales realize they can 30x their stack by switching to BCH.

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>>14979572
BTC WAZ KANGZ N SHIET

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>>14979642
>22 year-old currency expert
kek

>> No.14982458

>>14982404
Perhaps perhaps

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I'm looking at NOIA for the biggest EOY gains, in the coming months. Low marketcap of 1M and an initial circulation rate of 1.41%. If I got this right, those buying in the first 3 weeks will be able to partake in the coming 1-to-1 airdrops. Obviously, you need to have the right tokenomics to make it in 2019, NOIA has this. All Bitcoin copies seem to have been beating hard in markets like these. Though, I'm a fan of BitcoinCash and think this Bitcoin Hardfork will stand the test of time. Hoping for gains myself, but I'm mostly holding Bitcoin

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