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Of course the internet has limits, its limited by our current technology
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So wise one, explain to us, if technology advances. It makes sense to increase the limit?

So why doesn't BTC increase the block size?


Is BTC therefore Bitcoin anymore?
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Things evolve, BTC has evolved.

Are you her saying BCH is the true bitcoin?
Those bitcoin cash clowns almost ruined the market due to their egos and wanting to hard fork their own coin.
...Why would I trust people like that?
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Humans and animals evolve.

BTC evolved? BTC mutated, into a monster.

It's been 10 years. A sperm cell becomes a child who can walk, talk and run in this time.


Who benefits from the 1Mb limit?

BCH is a scam and is no longer Bitcoin.


Bitcoin PROTOCOL is different to an exchange ticker.


Bitcoin was NEVER supposed to have any artificially limits. The source code, had comments outlining this, yet here we are.
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So who benefits from the 1mb limit?
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07/11/2019 04:55 PM
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Finally.

Let's get to the bottom of this.

Which is the real Bitcoin and why?

Why is BTC not real Bitcoin?

How is segwit BTC real bitcoin?
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Someone is finally thinking.

Ask yourself why Segwit was introduced? Who benefits the most?


Segwit removed the digital signatures as they occupyed data.

The digital signature, was important as part of the LEGAL framework of Bitcoin.



Should Bitcoin be LEGAL and work within LAW and reach the world adoption or ILLEGAL and limit adoption?
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It's pretty obvious that BTC with it's scaling limitations and non anti money laundering compliance is a bastardized version of the original Bitcoin.

Obviously it will be made illegal as will all scamming non anti money laundering compliant cryptos.

It's absurd how ignorant and uninformed those promoting BTC are.

Most everyone that considers themselves part of the "crypto community" is practically retarded, with no basic understanding of how Bitcoin is supposed to work or what benefits it really has for society. They have no clue how the tech side works or that it is the solution to the fraud crisis. They just see trading and money.

It makes me sad to see so many brainwashed hysterical sheep.

But on the other hand I am grateful for the opportunity to stock up on real Bitcoin BSV at fire sale prices.

I'm glad to see an actual conversation about Bitcoin started here. There are many threads not actually confronting the drama conspiracy or how this tech actually works.

I hope BTC supports chime in to teach us a lesson here.

Or at least open their minds and not be biased.
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07/11/2019 04:57 PM
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So wise one, explain to us, if technology advances. It makes sense to increase the limit?

So why doesn't BTC increase the block size?


Is BTC therefore Bitcoin anymore?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77808226


Things evolve, BTC has evolved.

Are you her saying BCH is the true bitcoin?
Those bitcoin cash clowns almost ruined the market due to their egos and wanting to hard fork their own coin.
...Why would I trust people like that?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77646262



Humans and animals evolve.

BTC evolved? BTC mutated, into a monster.

It's been 10 years. A sperm cell becomes a child who can walk, talk and run in this time.


Who benefits from the 1Mb limit?

BCH is a scam and is no longer Bitcoin.


Bitcoin PROTOCOL is different to an exchange ticker.


Bitcoin was NEVER supposed to have any artificially limits. The source code, had comments outlining this, yet here we are.
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So who benefits from the 1mb limit?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77646262

Criminals and those who do not want a legitimate, global tracking currency standard that eliminates fraud.

Corrupt elites mostly.

Go figure.
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07/11/2019 05:00 PM
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Re: Let's talk bitcoin
Finally.

Let's get to the bottom of this.

Which is the real Bitcoin and why?

Why is BTC not real Bitcoin?

How is segwit BTC real bitcoin?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 53651439



Someone is finally thinking.

Ask yourself why Segwit was introduced? Who benefits the most?


Segwit removed the digital signatures as they occupyed data.

The digital signature, was important as part of the LEGAL framework of Bitcoin.



Should Bitcoin be LEGAL and work within LAW and reach the world adoption or ILLEGAL and limit adoption?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77808226


It's pretty obvious that BTC with it's scaling limitations and non anti money laundering compliance is a bastardized version of the original Bitcoin.

Obviously it will be made illegal as will all scamming non anti money laundering compliant cryptos.

It's absurd how ignorant and uninformed those promoting BTC are.

Most everyone that considers themselves part of the "crypto community" is practically retarded, with no basic understanding of how Bitcoin is supposed to work or what benefits it really has for society. They have no clue how the tech side works or that it is the solution to the fraud crisis. They just see trading and money.

It makes me sad to see so many brainwashed hysterical sheep.

But on the other hand I am grateful for the opportunity to stock up on real Bitcoin BSV at fire sale prices.

I'm glad to see an actual conversation about Bitcoin started here. There are many threads not actually confronting the drama conspiracy or how this tech actually works.

I hope BTC supports chime in to teach us a lesson here.

Or at least open their minds and not be biased.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 53651439


Try Dash, it has instant transactions.
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07/11/2019 05:02 PM
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Re: Let's talk bitcoin
Finally.

Let's get to the bottom of this.

Which is the real Bitcoin and why?

Why is BTC not real Bitcoin?

How is segwit BTC real bitcoin?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 53651439



Someone is finally thinking.

Ask yourself why Segwit was introduced? Who benefits the most?


Segwit removed the digital signatures as they occupyed data.

The digital signature, was important as part of the LEGAL framework of Bitcoin.



Should Bitcoin be LEGAL and work within LAW and reach the world adoption or ILLEGAL and limit adoption?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77808226


It's pretty obvious that BTC with it's scaling limitations and non anti money laundering compliance is a bastardized version of the original Bitcoin.

Obviously it will be made illegal as will all scamming non anti money laundering compliant cryptos.

It's absurd how ignorant and uninformed those promoting BTC are.

Most everyone that considers themselves part of the "crypto community" is practically retarded, with no basic understanding of how Bitcoin is supposed to work or what benefits it really has for society. They have no clue how the tech side works or that it is the solution to the fraud crisis. They just see trading and money.

It makes me sad to see so many brainwashed hysterical sheep.

But on the other hand I am grateful for the opportunity to stock up on real Bitcoin BSV at fire sale prices.

I'm glad to see an actual conversation about Bitcoin started here. There are many threads not actually confronting the drama conspiracy or how this tech actually works.

I hope BTC supports chime in to teach us a lesson here.

Or at least open their minds and not be biased.
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Try Dash, it has instant transactions.
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If it can't scale limitlessly, then it's just a novelty.
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07/11/2019 05:11 PM
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BCH plz
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07/11/2019 05:17 PM
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BCH plz
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Yes, let's discuss this too. It's all connected.

What is the future for BCH?

Why is BCH good and BSV not?
AxX

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07/11/2019 05:19 PM

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Maybe BTC is like "the internet of the 90's"
and Lightning Network (sidebar) is like the "AOL of the 90's".

If you knew how to get a TCP/IP Winsocket program on Win3.1 and knew a secret phone number to dial into a modem nest of a University, and you had your Data Rate, Stop Bits, and Parity set right, you could connect to "The Internet" and read things.

It worked and the bugs worked out.

Then came the "lightning network" -- The "AOL" that let stupid people get on the internet. It took all the complexity of setting up accounts here and there and offline wallets and transfers and fees to protect your accounts offline and made it super simple for "the average joe" to get into the action.

The next thing after AOL hit the internet, was MASS ADOPTION. MULTIPLE companies spending BILLIONS on getting an "online presence" that soon turned to social media (blech -- Everything has a lifecycle)

But as soon as they make it super easy for Grandma and Grandpa to buy/sell/trade BTC for real commodities, it's going to take off like a bat out of hell.
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07/11/2019 05:27 PM
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Maybe BTC is like "the internet of the 90's"
and Lightning Network (sidebar) is like the "AOL of the 90's".

If you knew how to get a TCP/IP Winsocket program on Win3.1 and knew a secret phone number to dial into a modem nest of a University, and you had your Data Rate, Stop Bits, and Parity set right, you could connect to "The Internet" and read things.

It worked and the bugs worked out.

Then came the "lightning network" -- The "AOL" that let stupid people get on the internet. It took all the complexity of setting up accounts here and there and offline wallets and transfers and fees to protect your accounts offline and made it super simple for "the average joe" to get into the action.

The next thing after AOL hit the internet, was MASS ADOPTION. MULTIPLE companies spending BILLIONS on getting an "online presence" that soon turned to social media (blech -- Everything has a lifecycle)

But as soon as they make it super easy for Grandma and Grandpa to buy/sell/trade BTC for real commodities, it's going to take off like a bat out of hell.
 Quoting: AxX


That would definitely require anti money laundering law compliance and massive scaling.

Probably a stable protocol as well.
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07/11/2019 05:35 PM
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Re: Let's talk bitcoin
Finally.

Let's get to the bottom of this.

Which is the real Bitcoin and why?

Why is BTC not real Bitcoin?

How is segwit BTC real bitcoin?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 53651439



Someone is finally thinking.

Ask yourself why Segwit was introduced? Who benefits the most?


Segwit removed the digital signatures as they occupyed data.

The digital signature, was important as part of the LEGAL framework of Bitcoin.



Should Bitcoin be LEGAL and work within LAW and reach the world adoption or ILLEGAL and limit adoption?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77808226


It's pretty obvious that BTC with it's scaling limitations and non anti money laundering compliance is a bastardized version of the original Bitcoin.

Obviously it will be made illegal as will all scamming non anti money laundering compliant cryptos.

It's absurd how ignorant and uninformed those promoting BTC are.

Most everyone that considers themselves part of the "crypto community" is practically retarded, with no basic understanding of how Bitcoin is supposed to work or what benefits it really has for society. They have no clue how the tech side works or that it is the solution to the fraud crisis. They just see trading and money.

It makes me sad to see so many brainwashed hysterical sheep.

But on the other hand I am grateful for the opportunity to stock up on real Bitcoin BSV at fire sale prices.

I'm glad to see an actual conversation about Bitcoin started here. There are many threads not actually confronting the drama conspiracy or how this tech actually works.

I hope BTC supports chime in to teach us a lesson here.

Or at least open their minds and not be biased.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 53651439




You sir are awoken and solved the riddle.

Open your minds and understand what is at stake here.


Follow the sheep and get slaughtered


Bitcoin IS WORKING.
Bitcoin ALWAYS worked

BSV is Bitcoin

There is a massive social media campaign and manipulation going on.
The people who want to keep a 1MB limit z want an anonymous coin, to increase crime and hide and create more scams and launder more money.

Bitcoin is anti annoymous and was alwayspseudonymous.

Bitcoin DOES scale.

You want proof. Here [link to sv.coin.dance (secure)]


BSV is Bitcoin. BSV is an exchange ticker symbol. BTC is an exchange symbol it is no longer Bitcoin

I will answer for 30 mins.

The choice is yours. I implore you to read the white paper and think outside the box.
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07/11/2019 05:42 PM
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BCH plz
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Yes, let's discuss this too. It's all connected.

What is the future for BCH?

Why is BCH good and BSV not?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 53651439





BCH is not Bitcoin.
BCH governance rules have changed
BCH is no longer a stable protocol.


The proof link I gave above, requires you to work and understand the information. Look carefully, I won't spoon feed anyone.

Read Plato, Adam Smith, The history of money and gold. Sowell.


If anyone else would like a bit of background on Bitcoin and are genuinely new and would like to know more. Post here, I will try my best and help.




Thank you
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07/11/2019 05:49 PM
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Maybe BTC is like "the internet of the 90's"
and Lightning Network (sidebar) is like the "AOL of the 90's".

If you knew how to get a TCP/IP Winsocket program on Win3.1 and knew a secret phone number to dial into a modem nest of a University, and you had your Data Rate, Stop Bits, and Parity set right, you could connect to "The Internet" and read things.

It worked and the bugs worked out.

Then came the "lightning network" -- The "AOL" that let stupid people get on the internet. It took all the complexity of setting up accounts here and there and offline wallets and transfers and fees to protect your accounts offline and made it super simple for "the average joe" to get into the action.

The next thing after AOL hit the internet, was MASS ADOPTION. MULTIPLE companies spending BILLIONS on getting an "online presence" that soon turned to social media (blech -- Everything has a lifecycle)

But as soon as they make it super easy for Grandma and Grandpa to buy/sell/trade BTC for real commodities, it's going to take off like a bat out of hell.
 Quoting: AxX




Sorry no.


The internet is stable.

Apps and websites build on top and bring simple UIs and more users on board.



Bitcoin is stable.

Grandpa and Grandma can use the ORIGINAL Bitcoin right now with more and more apps being created. However this has nothing to do with the lighting network or BTC
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07/11/2019 06:08 PM
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bump
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07/11/2019 06:21 PM
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Lol, why cannot any BTC supporters engage in healthy debate.

The silence speaks volumes.
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07/11/2019 07:27 PM
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[link to bitcointalk.org (secure)]




[link to stakebase.com (secure)]
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Lol, why cannot any BTC supporters engage in healthy debate.

The silence speaks volumes.
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The volume speaks for itself
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07/11/2019 07:32 PM
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Blockchain cruise