Check the mod logs of any subreddit that uses /u/publicmodlogs
1. Pay 20% bonus/year if you mortgage BCH. 2. Open a "temporary" bridge for sBCH. 3. Claim to support BitcoinCash to get support from the BitcoinCash community. 4. Issuance of stable coin. All for the sake of: Getting the BitcoinCash community to deposit money. Finally, the scam, appropriate BitcoinCash (the reason for bankruptcy and controversy)
Oh, this sounds interesting, can you use cash to trade with people outside of the country at any time?
I asked some [q's to pat already](https://t.me/bchbuilders/22584), I think the conversation will be useful to anyone wondering how it works. Think of IPFS as one huge Torrent, and pinning as seeding some file(s) in the Torrent. >only pin services guarantee the file availability. replicated files are not pinned and drop off the peer network gradually >pin services are paid services >>so pinning is like paying someone to seed my torrent >yes, with guaranteed uptime >>and the someone will have his load reduced because p2p network will replicate content that's often requested >kind of. there is no "load" on network in fact. there is some load on gateways >for example. you will not get any ipfs files from my gateway ipfs.pat.mn other than ones which were uploaded over ipfs-bch.pat.mn. Files can be separated in their shards in p2p network >if I would host a general purpose ipfs node, its disk size would grow to gigabytes in minutes >>I meant load on you- your machine that does the pinning >yes, this is why the preferred way to request these files is not over my gateway, but over other public gateways. this will keep the popularity high and will not allow these files to decay off the network >from my observation 3-5 requests (even from the same ip) is enough for a CID to be available over dweb or ipfs.io >because first time you ask for an unknown CID from a dweb it will go out to p2p network asking for this CID (because it does not have it). this request will time out with 504. but after 5-10 minutes it will be returned nicely with 200. because my node will advertise this CID and file will slowly be relayed to dweb nodes known to its gateway and few questions asked by Tom: >>so, then you don't need to pin. Just have a little app that requests the thing from lots of gateways. >if I will not pin, this file will decay off my node. so might it decay from other nodes, with _eventual_ complete decay >but your logic is very valid for very popular files >these will be BCMR registries for popular tokens >because there will be hundreds of CID requests per day >>bcmr files will likely be copied to centralized (trustded) registries. For instance phone wallets won't access IPFS. >however! historical BCMR CIDs will decay away, if not pinned >this is why I in fact enforce pinning on my node, and do not rely on the popularity assumption >>the positive is that since its only useful for not-often-uploaded files, and hard drive is hella cheap, I expect pinning to be like 1 cent per MB or so. >there are public pinning services around, google has them. you can quote pricing there
I don't get it: "If a conformists bet succeeds, it was always entered late and went in the conformists favor before turning sour." If it finally turns sour how does the conformist bet succeed?
People view BTC as the best store of value for cryptos. If they're trying to protect their value due to instability in the banking system, that's where they'll put it. If BCH has it's time to shine, it'll be utility based if/when the bankers roll out their CBDC and people need an alternative for day to day transactions.
The cash shortage in Nigeria has nothing to do with crypto currency. They want us to go cashless i.e bank transfers and pos. Stop your fake news. Stop lying.
I will let you off the hook this time, because you did not post a BCH address. But your constant beggar posts that are against the rules of this subreddit are really "something", honestly.
The pastebin is gone and the [yours.org](https://yours.org) article is toast. The email thread is still available here (in a messy format): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=335658.msg3607415#msg3607415
> on NameCheap, *paid* in BCH FTFY. Although *payed* exists (the reason why autocorrection didn't help you), it is only correct in: * Nautical context, when it means to paint a surface, or to cover with something like tar or resin in order to make it waterproof or corrosion-resistant. *The deck is yet to be payed.* * *Payed out* when letting strings, cables or ropes out, by slacking them. *The rope is payed out! You can pull now.* Unfortunately, I was unable to find nautical or rope-related words in your comment. *Beep, boop, I'm a bot*
Article and further CashTokens links: https://read.cash/@GeneralProtocols/a-focus-on-the-bitcoin-cash-ecosystem-07-cashtokens-55742d25
You can always get BCH from an ATM and just exchange them for bitcoin in some DEX. [https://coinatmradar.com/bitcoin-cash-atm-map/](https://coinatmradar.com/bitcoin-cash-atm-map/) If that's not possible you can always use a service like paxful and buy bitcoin with gift cards.
i stole "gift card integration" for [https://read.cash/@tula\_s/bitcoin-wallet-features-checklist-b0f847f9](https://read.cash/@tula_s/bitcoin-wallet-features-checklist-b0f847f9) :)
Apologize, my mistake sir
San Miguel Pasig, I’m using bitcoin wallet
> So they have become maxitards? People will reject common sense, logic, wisdom and ethics just to follow the crowd. They now probably think they are "the cool guys" or something. [*So funny!*](https://i.imgflip.com/7d5jsc.jpg)
I pay for my transportation and foods with BCH and I don’t make mistakes, because I can only afford bitcoin cash now
New to this sub and I would like to share my experience with BCH I am from the Philippines and since 4 months I’m using bitcoin cash to buy food and transport when going to university And i am so happy a lot of businesses here in Pasig Philippines are starting to accept bitcoin cash
First I thought it is going to zero but when I saw you come lurking around I know that it won't
you are absolutely right my freind , there are many scammers ,but be sure im not one of them you can check my videos on my youtube channel and you can see me on twitter and [noise.app](https://noise.app) and [read.cash](https://read.cash) [read.cash/Nabzzzz](https://read.cash/Nabzzzz) [noise.app/Nabzzzz](https://noise.app/Nabzzzz) [twitter.com](https://twitter.com) @psyman169 [https://youtu.be/KOgAJQpASys](https://youtu.be/KOgAJQpASys) [https://youtu.be/cEvaZPbwmis](https://youtu.be/cEvaZPbwmis) [https://youtube.com/shorts/9rvmybLGbwg?feature=share](https://youtube.com/shorts/9rvmybLGbwg?feature=share)
you are right , but you can check my youtube channel [https://youtu.be/KOgAJQpASys](https://youtu.be/KOgAJQpASys) [read.cash/Nabzzzz](https://read.cash/Nabzzzz) [noise.app/Nabzzzz](https://noise.app/Nabzzzz) [twitter.com/@psyman169](https://twitter.com/@psyman169) and you can see if im real or no my freind
Bch.games the best crypto casino for me. There's so many ways to win. You can have the rakeback and as well as the level rewards!! This is awesome! Been playing since 2021 and I just came back this year. So many changes yet it's still makes me comfortable to play. Jiro_Shin here
Fuck you Craig.
Ouch! That fucker. And to think I felt bad for him when people were making fun of his ill-fitting glasses. Karma is a mofo, Mark! (if only I believed in karma:( )
High school is rough but you'll make it through. I have faith in you.
We're not in logic land anymore. Coinex has been a standout non-kyc exchange for years. That's a target. Who's left for non-kyc exchanges? - ~~BTC-e~~ - ~~Coinflex fuck you~~ - HitBTC - ~~CoinEx~~ - Kucoin
I've got walk-through videos for setting up mainnet [CashStack infrastructure](https://cashstack.info) on the [PSF video page](https://psfoundation.cash/video/). Check out the videos in the 'Dev Ops & Infrastructure' section. If you really need testnet, most of the stack should be easy to switch to it, since it used to do that in the past. If you need help, ask questions in the [bch-js Telegram channel](https://t.me/bch_js_toolkit). If you guys need expedited help and have a client that can absorb the cost, [I am available for consulting at $100 USD per hour](https://fullstack.cash/consulting).
At the moment its only BCH to UPI payments. We will have more info about this as on our website as well. If you want to know more you can join our tg channel: "zapit\_io" and drop a message and we can help you out
I updated it, but in meantime you can see here: https://read.cash/@TheRandomRewarder/my-last-tip-803e2773 why the platform stop monetizing the content
[Read.cash](https://Read.cash) has been caged to prevent new users. [https://read.cash/stats#New\_users\_per\_day](https://read.cash/stats#New_users_per_day) ...has been flatlined since November ​ [https://read.cash/stats#Articles\_per\_day](https://read.cash/stats#Articles_per_day) is trending to zero as you read this. The party is over, turn out the lights.
And if you think this is incorrect just reply to my posts on [Read.cash](https://Read.cash) \- ask me how to earn BCH, from me. I have IRL work to offer in return for BCH. But do it before the Read.Cash site goes 404
im trying to onboard myself to 100% first. Then this https://read.cash/@tula\_s/sustainable-next-level-merchant-onboarding-de9944dc
Get as close to 100% in as you possibly can. Identify every obstacle in the way and find a solution to it. It's really the only way. You might have to get creative like Shibinator said. Edit: what am I personally doing? 1. Tweeting about BCH daily - http://kallisti.cash 2. Participating in productive discussion with the community on telegram - https://t.me/bchchannel 3. Hosting Twitter spaces with the goal of giving people a platform to speak and for people to educate/learn 4. Writing BCH-related software 5. Going to local Bitcoin meetups and trading actual goods and services for bitcoin 6. Casually asking cashiers and service people if they'd like to be tipped in BCH 7. Illustrating real-world usecases to real people in my life ("Bitcoin solves this" is the answer to MANY things and training people to see the solutions is good) 8. Earning money in BCH where possible, building a business on BCH 9. Directing people to [The Bitcoin Cash Podcast](https://bitcoincashpodcast.com) when they finally get curious about BCH 10. Running my own BCH infastructure - https://bch.ninja
Which wallet did you use for the transaction ?
They already have their "zaps" (LN tips) but it would be cool to "force-feed" them on-chain scaling. Although being able to send 1 sat tips is pretty cool, even if it's not very practical at this time.
1.there is nothing that BCH can do that BTC cant do better 2. BCH is full of scammers who say BCH is the 'real' Bitcoin 3. money works on consensus , BTC has more users , transactions , hashrate , miners , projects to name a few advantages. 4. The network is vastley more superiour and secure due to larger hashrate
the real explanation is the stupidity of humankind....is infinite!
The lightning network works The lightning network is not centralised, anyone can run a node There are more lightning nodes than BCH nodes, BCH is centralised and does not scale
Both BTC and BCH has the same transation time of 10min , BCH is zero conf BTC has solved the so called high fees problem with the lighrtning network BTC has 5x more wallets and more lightning nodes than BCH has nodes
Also Tether is artificially supporting the BTC price.
Put the fucker in jail
Some recent news St. Kitts has used TRON as a legal tender instead of choosing BitcoinCash as previously planned.
I know its an old text but its my own article on read.cash and i shared here even its old , where is the problem ?? https://read.cash/@Nabzzzz/mining-in-the-dark-how-lebanese-crypto-miners-are-dealing-with-the-electricity-crisis-683b5ce9
I commented and tipped someone on [read.cash](https://read.cash) a few minutes ago. But [read.cash](https://read.cash) is in "Invite-only" mode and, apparently, new users ended on 2022 Nov 20 (?) The "invite" affiliate link system is locked down. It does appear to be locked down to just those of us remaining subscribers. With no facility to 'invite people', the platform is dying. Read.Cash does not need whales tipping people to survive, but it will always need fresh blood, even if they are invite-only candidates. As someone posted above: micropay-to-publish could be an option, *if carefully thought-through before implementing.* [Read.Cash](https://Read.Cash) has been the **best alternative ever** to bogs like Medium.crap and the Steem.trainwreck
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wow, the only Amazon site on the most popular BCH subreddit, and no upvotes or comments? https://imgur.com/a/4KXp7Tl the order is still on Purse, weeks later. i'm not going to do any Earner orders until i see this one gone...super strange; Purse.io was a site i used weekly for a long time, and now it's like a totally different experience. u/codiox you still on here? no one else is, apparently i'll email the last Admin i heard from in 2022, but this is pretty sad. anyone else having issues with Purse in 2023?
u/MemoryDealers i know you do Purse.io stuff (no idea if the above username on the Purse site is yours), so tagging you since there's no traction on my post. u/PurseIO u/2drewlee u/Thann u/purseray u/PurseGary u/PurseRob
That would mean that copyright works are no longer copyright when they hit a p2p environment. That’s as preposterous as the NSA’a claim that data transmitted on a radio frequency is free use. Doesn’t make sense. Bah
i wrote about this, almost two years ago now (wow time flies) [here](https://read.cash/@lerkfrend/a-worthy-bch-mascot-b9229d32). i meant to write more about my reasoning, but i do think capybaras are a decent fit. they: * get along with many different species (everyone likes functional cash) * are chill AF (it's just \[programmable\] money, bro) * are successful in South America in addition, they're just weird/cute/funny and in my opinion meme-able. and i will agree that BCH isn't a memecoin, but that doesn't mean that meme-ing is a useless exercise, or detrimental to the serious business of BCH. money is made memetic all the time, because money means more than value storage/transfer. it's not all paying bills.
>You did not explain anything. Explain how that definition does not apply to Bitcoin. I assumed you understood Segwit. [Here is a diagram.](https://coingeek.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/SEGWIT.jpg) >You did not at all explain how BTC is mutable and BCH is not. See above diagram.
[Debunking: BCH is less secure than BTC](https://read.cash/@Jessquit/debunking-btc-is-more-secure-than-bch-e77527a9)
Article and further AnyHedge links: https://read.cash/@GeneralProtocols/a-focus-on-the-bitcoin-cash-ecosystem-06-anyhedge-3728158c
He literally said himself he has no access to those funds, all he had was some fairytale explanation called "Tulip Trust". Edit: the whole point of his silly posturing is to try and convince courts he's Satoshi so he can force miners to do a 51% to transfer Satoshi's coins to him.
One of the things they did with Taproot was storing less of the transaction data on the block, instead moving it to the VM nodes. So the transactions themselves are not a burden on the block, they take up the same amount of block space as a regular transaction. So the burden is now on the nodes rather than the miners. But yes, you are right, it could lead to a situation similar to BSV. While Taproot is optional and does bring a lot of benefits to BTC, I believe most nodes will reject it.
Read.cash article re General Protocols sponsorships: https://read.cash/@GeneralProtocols/general-protocols-sponsorship-for-q1-2023-a5902ff8
Maxwell is claiming that since old clients view soft-forked blocks as valid, then whatever behavior the soft fork enables must perforce be something that was already permitted by the system. His statement incorrectly implies that whatever behavior enabled by the soft fork was behavior that was anticipated / desired by the previous versions of the software. Which of course is untrue. Nobody built the Bitcoin client with the line of code that explicitly rejects blocks larger than 1MB thinking "that's great, once we reengineer Bitcoin to put the witness data in some other data container then what's left over will be under 1 MB." That's absurd. That was never the intent of the original system. Declaring otherwise is simply gaslighting. Viewed correctly, a contentious soft fork is an [exploit against the system](https://read.cash/@Jessquit/your-full-node-is-impotent-ea878216), coercing old nodes to follow a chain which breaks the rules enforced by the client. In the case of Segwit, for example, old nodes that reject blocks larger than 1MB follow a chain of blocks that are larger than 1MB, in clear violation of the rules. To accomplish this, old clients are fed blocks that have the witness data removed. They don't know how to validate that data, so they don't even receive it or store it. Imagine thinking you're validating the Bitcoin blockchain when in reality you're being fed incomplete blocks which the rest of the network considers invalid (missing signatures). Sounds like an exploit to me.
This is a great writeup. You really nailed it. It's true that by convention, we use the term "soft" fork to refer to a change of consensus rules that makes previously-valid blocks invalid; and "hard" fork to refer to a change that makes previously invalid blocks valid. But you're 100% right that this can be just a technical sleight-of-hand. [Peter Todd explained](https://petertodd.org/2016/forced-soft-forks) how you can change *any* consensus rule in *any* way and make it a "soft fork." In [my article](https://read.cash/@Jessquit/your-full-node-is-impotent-ea878216) I explain how a controversial soft fork is indistinguishable from an exploit: you can be running software that says that blocks must be <1 MB and yet it will follow a chain of 1.7MB blocks.
\-YouTube Link (Full Video): [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RYtHbmDFDY](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RYtHbmDFDY)\-Rumble Link (Full Video): [https://rumble.com/v27iou9-arrested-by-interpol-my-story.html](https://rumble.com/v27iou9-arrested-by-interpol-my-story.html) I thought I'd make a quick video detailing how I became more of a free thinker, and why I feel that liberty and freedom is so important, not just monetarily but physically. Governments and institutions, without being seemingly and explicitly corrupt, can be rather defiant and overly harsh and draconian ... With that said I had my life destroyed for something I did wrong, but should it have caused me to bear the full force of European and Korean wrath? Especially since my Danish lawyer repeatedly told me it wasn't a crime in Denmark, or wouldn't constitute one I hope that me shedding light on this chapter of my life will bring me closer to the crypto community, and allow me to spread awareness better for crypto as a use case... Particularly BCH!
He said on telegram in https://t.me/bchchannel he would do an AMA on reddit soon. He's @MP_Brison on tg.
First thing that comes in mind: i) Who wins when money competes with more money? ii) Such a game was to be expected. Tron is centralized garbage, Justin Sun is just another tool for maximalists. It could be all pure, though. /s
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> if there is no competition for block space, there will be no transaction fees By the way that's just wrong. Bitcoin always had fees. They were never zero except in the very earliest days when there were literally no transactions at all. By 2011 all blocks earned fees. The question is, can miners earn more money mining 3000 txns max or mining 300,000 or 3M txns. You guys bet on this scenario: 3000 txns paying *on average* $50 in fees *per txn*. That's just to maintain current levels of security of about $150K/block. I mean, I think it would be neat to earn $50 by doing something that other people will do for $0.005. but I wouldn't build a business model around it. At that cost, it's going to take a lot of hired trolls to keep convincing people to use your chain. The way Bitcoin was supposed to work is at scale: millions of transactions paying a tiny fee. Same security, because the cost to reverse a block is still the same. But this business model is actually competitive, because you aren't asking people to pay a ridiculous fee. That's how Bitcoin was supposed to work. Satoshi was super clear, high volume or bust: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48.msg329#msg329 > I'm sure that in 20 years there will either be very large transaction volume or no volume That's how Bitcoin worked from 2009-2017. And that's how Bitcoin Cash still works. See? The vision you bought into in 2013? That's us.
[https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48.msg329#msg329](https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48.msg329#msg329) >I'm sure that in 20 years there will either be very large transaction volume or no volume. Bitcoin *does not work* with a low-volume, high-fee design. It will fail, 100%, due to math.
Does anyone happen to know if BCH will still be operating on the [noise.app](https://noise.app) network, just like it did on [noise.cash](https://noise.cash) ? I was using [noise.cash](https://noise.cash) a few months after it's birth, and initially it was great - the BCH available was quite significant, then I am not sure what exactly happened but the amount of BCH became extremally minimal - i.e from about $5 per post to around $0.05 Just wondering if anyone knew what went on there and if the [noise.app](https://noise.app) will return to the old days?
Thanks for doing that, we did notice that. That's pretty accurate lol. The thing with the exchanges is that you should do your business and get done with it pretty much.
Hey! We wrote a little about this back in November in the CashTokens seciton of this article: [General Protocols Statement on CashTokens and P2SH32 CHIP Proposals for the May 2023 BCH Upgrade](https://read.cash/@GeneralProtocols/general-protocols-statement-on-cashtokens-and-p2sh32-chip-proposals-for-the-may-2023-bch-upgrade-c5248f65#cashtokens) Let me copy-paste some sections. Does this cover the level of information you are looking for? We have many more plans, but I hesitate to get too far into the future that we probably won't be able to deliver on by the upgrade date. > General Protocol's current and planned product lineup are all P2SH-based smart contract derivatives that lock up BCH as backing. One difficulty we face is the fact that contracts are mostly static once formed. Transferring ownership of contracts permissionlessly is necessary for liquid markets to form trading these contracts, which enables much more efficient service. > > As of 2022, transferability is possible with proper covenant setups. These setups, however, are both cumbersome - they consume significant space within unlocking scripts - as well as difficult to standardize, as wallets will need to recognize, integrate scripting libraries and support each new contract in order to transfer and trade them. > > With the CashTokens proposal, the contracts themselves do not need to be transferred, but can instead pay out to non-fungible tokens that can themselves be transferred. Wallets can be configured to support sending and receiving NFTs with minimal effort, and in one step enable transferability of all future contract permutations.
I can understand the frustration with documentation and tooling being so far behind other ecosystems. Right now, CashTokens development work is primarily for developers who are willing to build an understanding mostly from the [specification](https://github.com/bitjson/cashtokens), related discussions ([GitHub issues](https://github.com/bitjson/cashtokens/issues), [telegram group](https://t.me/cashtoken_devs)), and experimentation. It will likely take some time before we catch up with other ecosystems in beginner-friendliness – if you're the kind of person who is good at writing introductory guides and working on simple examples, there's a big opportunity to create these resources right now! On using CashTokens to develop decentralized applications: have you gotten to review the [technical details section](https://github.com/bitjson/jedex#technical-details) of the Jedex documentation? It's very dense, but once you understand these concepts (and review the contract code to see them in practice), you'll start to get a sense for how BCH can support ETH contract use cases while retaining the low-fee, high-throughput, privacy, and MEV-resistant properties of BCH. I have yet to come across a use case available on ETH that I can't build with CashTokens, especially considering [trustless sidechain bridges](https://t.me/cashtoken_devs/3466). (See also: [when to use sidechains vs. automata](https://old.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/n3bysh/ama_im_jason_dreyzehner_author_of_pmv3_a_v3_tx/gwqy8d3/?context=10)). I'm afraid I can't promise you either beginner-friendly documentation or tooling on any particular timeline; if you're interested in making that stuff happen, I'd love to help. I have a lot of development work planned before May, but I'll certainly try to answer questions as time permits (here, on Telegram, GitHub, or [on Twitter](https://twitter.com/bitjson)).
And us dollars are just paper. It's all about what people value it as.
welcome to the ponzi list! Babel, CoinFlex, CoinDCX, Vauld, 3AC, Celsius, Voyager Digital, FTX, genesis
I invite you to join the CashTokensndeveloper group on telegram! It's a way better place for these type of questions https://t.me/cashtoken_devs
> Then why did the change to 32MB get specced at exact MTP and not just whenever anyone feels like moving it? Because it was decided in private for political reasons by people that indeed later tried to capture the chain. https://t.me/bchchannel/26236
> I never understood the premise. The premise is the old one where the claim is that it is too hard to understand or too hard to trust the free market to balance out and come up with a size based on actual usage on one side and technical limitations on the other. If you don't trust the market to set the blocksize, you come up with an algorithm to set it for the miners. Naturally, we've been through this dance. From bip (https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0101.mediawiki) and (https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0100.mediawiki) in 2015 to the actual 2017 Bitcoin Cash hardfork. We have seen the [arguments](https://bitcoinmagazine.com/technical/gavin-andresen-explains-why-he-prefers-bip-over-bip-1449506700) for centralized control and software defined allowed growth. They all claim that the control is in the hands of the miners, without actually allowing the miners to directly control it. For some reason claiming that this is too dangerous and never explaining how. Its tiring to have the same conversation 8 years in a row without the other side adding any new information to the table. Just the same fears and lack of understanding of the free market. I wrote a CHIP a little while ago which seems to have helped build a greater understanding of how a free market can actually work safely. Where the producers of blockspace are in charge of the quotas directly. With an indication of what information is needed for those miners to be able to decide a certain size is safe for the wider ecosystem that needs to also parse those blocks. See my post here; https://read.cash/@TomZ/chip-blockgrowth-ensuring-safe-permissionless-block-growth-762bc175
Ive keep longing Bitcoin Cash. And I will keep doing that. Ive seen a lot of upwards to come. I don't bother looking at price at times. Although, I trade mostly om exchanges that give traders bonus or make events for traders to win prizes. Such as MEXC Global Futures trading event. See what im talking about here : https://www.mexc.com/futures-activity/trading-competition?id=ny2023&utm_source=mexc&utm_medium=webtopbanner&utm_campaign=tradingcompetiiton2023
BCH Nigeria your doing good job keep up the good work
hi, you can ask here: [https://t.me/bchchannel](https://t.me/bchchannel) or here [https://t.me/bchbuilders](https://t.me/bchbuilders) too
You mean when Coinflex exit scammed BCH investors. That’s different from holders. They had all their coins with a centralized entity, so they weren’t really holding anything. But yes, the “stolen goods” market is a thing. Definitely sucks.
CZ is on the ropes. Leaving this here: It seems I struck a nerve. Just got permanently banned from r/cc. This OP got quite a few (*too many?*) upvotes in a very short time: https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/106uurw/binance_has_been_caught_naked_shorting_monero/ #Binance has been caught naked shorting Monero again > All eyes are on Binance these days. It is an open secret that Binance operates with very little reserves for Monero. To prove this people created a down time tracker for Monero withdrawals https://moneroj.net/withdrawals/ - so that it becomes possible to correlate price movements and availability of reserves. > > Following a strong upwards move /outbreak today we have seen a couple of huge (naked) sells around ~30k on XMRUSDT on Binance and unsurprisingly shortly after this withdrawals got shut down. > > Binance manipulation tactics are easily explained. They worked so well tor so long that I think they are blind for when they stop working. Any big player can call them out on it anytime they want. The information is out in the open and can easily be tracked. > > They operate on very little reserves - let's say 10k of Monero. Their daily inflow from deposits is probably around the same size as well as the outflow. If they need to dump the price they close withdrawals and suddenly the inflow is still 10k while the outflow is 0. Those 10k (customer funds) can now be sold on the market amplifying whatever numbers Binance wants to print to paint a favorable chart pattern (rejection). Of course this creates a huge problem if price goes in the other direction (up). But as we have seen before, exchanges just need to declare an *inside job* hack/bankruptcy in such a scenario. Take care. Exchanges will only look after themselves and their own survival. > > Meanwhile the highest rated [Binance AMA](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/y74xc8/ama_binancecom_product_team_here_ask_us_anything/?sort=confidence) questions are still unanswered.
I have said it's an attack vector. I did \*not\* say I have a fool-proof way to exploit it. You do know the difference, do you?
Look, I'm not exactly the first person to notice that the duality of the checkpoint mechanism (if the "honest chain" has checkpoints, then the "other chain" can also have them) might cause some havoc. Maybe not monetary gain, more havoc. See i.e. https://blog.bitmex.com/bitcoin-cash-abcs-rolling-10-block-checkpoints/
My statement stands: The checkpoints solves some issues, but introduces others. There \*is\* an increased risk in competing chains, especially nodes that have been offline or syncing for the first time will be vulnerable should there be a competing chain. It doesn't even have to be longer, the checkpoints mean a syncing node would happily discard a longer chain if it conflicts with a checkpoint he has accepted. Of course it will be known which chain is the good chain, and of course it will be possible to be resolved manually, but there is increased trust in there being "a good side with a known good checkpoint". And there is a risk, should your node be offline for a while, that it follows "the wrong" chain.
It will not succeed as such. We agree on that. But the \*reason\* it won't succeed is BCH have checkpoints. But there is a worst cause scenario: A hard fork. Now, stop and think a bit. The competing chain will \*also\* have checkpoints. There's nothing but a manual declaration that "this is the correct chain" that will save the day. It will happen, of course. But it \*is\* trust, and in a trustless system, having to trust that someone will do the right thing is bad. Worst case, it won't be so clear which of the two competing chains is the correct one. Granted, there'd likely have to be a network outage of a large scale for that to happen naturally, but it \*could\*. BCHs DAA will also make so that the two parts adjust and produce the required blocks much quiicker - even if one of them should be much smaller than the other. Now, compared this to BTC. BTCs hash rate is \*much higher\* due to the hash rate being higher. This is, of course, mainly because the price is higher, but a small bit of it is also because there's more fees to pay for the security. So, it's not that there will be a catastrophic event. It's just that BCH, ultimately, is less of a trustless system than BTC. And you know what camp I belong to: It's the security and trustlessness that is valuable and not to be sacrificed, not it's ability to compete with FIAT on speed and capacity. In BTC, should such an event happen, there \*would\* be turmoil. But my bet is that the longest chain will win, because that's what the whitepaper says it should, and that's the design of it.
SegWit is technically just another fork of Bitcoin.
You know BU launched their Nexa coin, a code-fork of BCH with all the stuff they wanted put on top of it. The PoW requires Schnorr sigops, it's heavy on EC mul, and each "hash" for the PoW runs an EC mul ([open source miner](https://gitlab.com/gandrewstone/nexa-nvidia-miner)). Well, I've been following it, even mined a nice bag during CPU era, but then GPUs came online and made the difficulty go ballistic, and people reported their numbers and they are - a [3090 does 60MH/s](https://t.me/nexacoin/25310). The network now does 1200GH/s, that's a lot of GPUs, maybe someone's already got a FPGA design - a FPGA that can run Schnorr sig primitives, all "crowdfunded" by Nexa PoW.
It seems that way. Move numbers around to create the illusion of meaningful things happening. Check out these two reports; [Voyager seeks to expedite national security review of Binance deal](https://kalkinemedia.com/us/business-news/business-financial-news/voyager-seeks-to-expedite-national-security-review-of-binance-deal) >If CFIUS blocks the transaction, Voyager will be forced to repay customers with the crypto it has on hand [Binance garners court approval to acquire bankrupt firm Voyager Digital](https://watcher.guru/news/binance-garners-court-approval-to-acquire-bankrupt-firm-voyager-digital) >Bankruptcy judge overrules opposition by regulators against Binance acquisition So who has final say, bankruptcy judge or CFIUS?
> Miner's did not revolt against ABC, no such thing happened. You misremember. Plenty of miners on this list: https://read.cash/@asicseer/joint-statement-from-bch-miners-regarding-bitcoin-abc-and-the-november-2020-bch-upgrade-2cbdc38d The outcome you state is practically identical to what I state, though... I wrote; > you should consider that miners are slaves to the market forces and sentiments of the people. Whereas you wrote; > What miners followed is (again), the herd consensus that was on the BCHN side. All of the ecosystem revolted against ABC first, which created the herd consensus. Miners just followed the herd opinion.
Yes! Sayoshi did a large write up on how we want to do it with BCH.do [here](https://read.cash/@SayoshiNakamario/bchdo-23dd53eb) hopefully we can do this on cash tokens. Creating a way to fund people slowly, making sure those who funded can vote to release the funds as time goes on and they are delivering, etc. Find a way to make "employees" of BCH. Flip starter is great for some projects, worse for others. It was great when it happened, but as time goes on new needs happen. BCH is also getting to a growable state without constant attacks, so we learn as we go!
Digging further I have discovered that at the very least she lied in her most recent twitter post: https://twitter.com/VainilaMarket/status/1611669294793867264 The girl in green, the same wrapping paper and 2 soccer balls were already posted 2 years ago here: https://read.cash/@SofiaCBCH/another-day-with-bitcoin-cash-2b54ce5b For easy side by side I made this: https://imgur.com/a/dCkqGUa But you can see the original posts while they exist with links above.
This was just brought to my attention. During their "[Mythbusting](https://read.cash/@SofiaCBCH/mythbusting-2021-world-challenge-0e3e462b)" contest they promised to provide winners with 6 Satochip wallets generously provided by Satochip. One of the contest winners contacted me and said they never got their wallet prize and was ignored by Sofia when asked about it. I do not know Bastien (the co-founder of Satochip) well but have talked to him a few times over the years and asked him about the wallets they agreed to provide as sponsor to the Mythbusting contest https://imgur.com/a/Eu6vNxb He gave me permission to post the above. He was never instructed what to do with the prizes.
If there's two competing chains, each with their own 10 block checkpoint that says "their\* 10+ blocks is the correct chain - then you very much still might have to decide which of those correct chains you believe is correct. I, in fact, believe that if such an event actually happened, it's a guaranteed and automatic hard fork. Unless everyone trusts one side, but then - what's the value of POW if you're gonna trust "one side" in the end anyhow?
Oh, I am pretty sure it will work, for varying degrees of working. Also centralized payment solutions work, but we are here because we fully recognize there is value in alternative solutions. But the reason it is bad is part of the things we have disagreed about earlier, namely what the \*value\* of bitcoin is. To BCH proponents, it's all about making the user experience as easy as possible, to allow as many transaction as possible, and to compete with FIAT-based methods in the space that FIAT excels. I - and many others - believe those things are secondary. The value of BTC lies in the trustlessness, and every bit of thing that makes bitcoin a tiny bit less trustless is intrinsically bad. If you need to do something less trustless \*with\* bitcoin - like keeping it for storafe on an exchange - that's a personal choice. Bitcoin in itself \*should\* be maximized for security and trustlessness. And that's why anything that removes trustlessness is inherently bad. Unless it's optional. (It may still be bad, but then everyone can choose their own level of trustlessness). The role of the blockchain is to maximize security and trustlessness, anything that takes away that doesn't belong in the main chain.
Hex is a smart contract erc20 token on ethereum .you stake your coins by locking your coins between 1 and 5555 days. The longer you lock , the more interest you recieve. Most platforms where you earn yeild do have admin keys, hex doesn't as its immutable and not controlled by a third party, it's just you and the contract.
[HEX is kind of a scam](https://read.cash/@scottcbusiness/why-i-sold-all-my-hex-8b609671) so I'd probably stay away from it.
well, yes. Technically you are correct. But on BTC, that has a hashrate that is more than 100 times what BCH has, such an attack is extremely expensive. The security of bitcoin lies in POW, not in external entities agreeing on what the correct history is. This is also the reason a lot of valuable transactions require 6 confirmations: A 6 block rollback on BTC is extremely expensive to perform. The manual checkpointing that exists in BTC is more for a new node/client to be notified that "ok, assume anything up to this is valid transactions, no need to verify those". In BCH, it's meant as a protection against POW attacks. Those are two very different things. A 10 block reorg of BTC would be an extreme economic attack on bitcoin. You are right, it technically \*could\* be done, but it would be costly. You'd better make sure it's worth it. Calculations a few years back, you can find here. Numbers are a bit different now, of course, but the table is here [https://braiins.com/blog/how-much-would-it-cost-to-51-attack-bitcoin](https://braiins.com/blog/how-much-would-it-cost-to-51-attack-bitcoin) and shows that it would be difficult to come up with the hash power to perform a 1 hour (or 6 block) reorg attack on BTC, on BCH it's be something a dedicated and well-off single person could "easily" do. Hence, POW matters, and the 10-block reorg protection is a totally different thing than the occational checkpoints that exists on BTC. The 10-block reorg basically makes requirement of >10 confirmations for a transaction redundant, because an 11 block reorg would \*automatically\* lead to a manual decision on which chain is the correct and true BCH. A 10 block reorg on BTC, on the other hand, would not. I'll not really dispute that a 10-block reorg on BTC would be an event of such magnitude that a manual intervention will be called for (should it be "obvious" who is the attacker or who isn't), though. I have tried to keep this writeup as objective as possible, even if you \*do\* know which camp I belong in :) I was merely pointing out that there does indeed exist a consensus mechanism that means users of BCH trust that upon an attack, "the right people will do the correct thing". It's not admin keys, but it is sort of reduced trustlessness, because it adds some trust in "the good guys".
It doesn't have admin keys, but it does have rolling checkpoints. Should BCH get to a point where there is an 11 block reorg, there would 100% have to be a manual decision about which chain is the correct one. Remember, both chains can have a 10 block rolling checkpoint, so which one is the correct one? It is a general consensus among BCH people that it would be obvious which chain is the correct one, should it happen, but it does break a little bit with the "longest chain is valid" rule.
No, that's not it. (I didn't want him to have to sterilize his frozen food packages with bleach to prevent his family during from COVID /s) I felt generous after benefiting from CGMiner, and while I always thought Luke was an asshole, I felt compelled to give him some credit. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=140237.0 Luke is a fraud. In addition, when Luke ran a mining pool, he used his customer's hashrate to Ddos other coins for religious reasons. Total unacceptable and immoral behaviour.
This is not an endorsement but AFAIK it's solid tech, although it's not risk free. My due diligence starts here, I did a Q&A with one Thorchain enthusiast: https://t.me/bchchannel/275692
The Core Developers pulled an [elaborate Bait and Switch \(I describe here\)](https://old.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/yxnb7d/hayden_otto_statement_on_bitcoincashcitycom/j35rf8o/?context=3) to retain the ticker: despite pursuing their unpopular "soft fork only" upgrade path. Who it backing them is a little murkier. There is evidence that the [CIA funded the "keep Bitcoin Free" 1MB block propaganda video](https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=335658.msg3607415#msg3607415). Ironically, Mircea Popescu took up the "small block" mantle railing against the Core Developers as USG (United States Government) agents. (Kind or reminds me of how BSV seems like a parody of BCH -- "they" are playing both sides.) Bank funding of Blockstream can be explained as a way to keep Bitcoin a small niche hobbiest project for as long as possible. The current network has 1/100th the transaction capacity of the specialized SWIFT network. So BTC does not even have the ability to work as a "reserve" currency.
> Good question, enjoy my upvote. Thank you. And thank you for the reply. > BSV has effectively removed the anti-DoS limiter and massively increased allowable txn sizes. This allows the blockchain to be used to store arbitrarily-large blobs of data. Since storing arbitrarily-large blobs of data is indistinguishable from the exact sort of DoS attack the limiter existed to prevent in the first place, the net result is that BSV has DoSed itself with dog photos and weather data. > > BCH maintained the original scaling plan of regular increases to the DoS limiter based on software performance on reasonable hardware and txn sizes limited to what is needed in order to implement the money system. This has allowed BCH to continue to offer "P2P cash" transactions at scale. Do the dog photo and weather data transactions matter when: * The transaction carries a fee and miners are free to process whichever transactions they choose to * Disk space is not an issue, as per section 7 of the white paper: *"Reclaiming Disk Space"* It used to be said (counter to the cries of Core during the Blocksize War) that if someone is willing to pay a fee for a transaction then it's not spam. Might also prompt the question as to why `OP_PUSHDATA4` is present and permits a 4.3GB transaction. > As regards Satoshi's original v0.1 release, that's kind of a moot point, since that release doesn't enjoy any special position of authority. Satoshi himself made many extremely significant changes to the v0.1 release, including adding the anti-DoS limiter and changing the way pow is measured to not necessarily follow the "longest chain." That was a reference to what [Satoshi had written in 2010](https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=195.msg1611#msg1611). Since Cobra was talking about the divergence of the implementation from the white paper, it provoked the question of how each implementation has evolved from the version 0.1 release.
go straigth for XMR or BCH. https://localmonero.co is great
... forgot to mension Cashfusion that are regularly use on my desktop (Electron Cash feature) The Flipstarter also, you can give small amounts And you can tip on [Read.cash](https://Read.cash) and [noice.cash](https://noice.cash) as well
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The CHIP proposal is about 2 specific properties. You can call them both limits, but since they are two very different ones you would just confuse yourself with them. One is the `blocksize-accept-limit`. The other is the `max-blocksize`. If you have been mixing those two properties, no wonder you are confused. Please check out the CHIP and re-read the description for the two properties this is about. They are not to be conflated into one. [link](https://read.cash/@TomZ/chip-blockgrowth-ensuring-safe-permissionless-block-growth-762bc175#benefits)
Is it not the end users who get to decide what the 'real' Bitcoin is BTC or BCH ?
This is the 2nd of 6 deliverables promised for [the Flipstarter](https://bafybeid3menvwahivk7hnnpmf3wi6maqwwrtzp24ayp6uy4f5my2lzhepm.ipfs.beta.anyonecanpay.me/). The 43 BCH received from 18 incredible contributors will go directly toward the expenses as outlined in the campaign description. It's incredible to have the community support, and so I am happy to deliver immediately after reaching the fundraising goal. All campaign updates will be published on my own subreddit /r/nudgetravel, and you should follow on [Youtube](https://www.youtube.com/@nudgetravel) or [Odysee](https://odysee.com/$/invite/@nudge) for the remaining two videos. I'll also be announcing a Twitter Space next week with Joemar Taganna to answer any questions you may have about their merchant adoption efforts. (including plans for 2023) This content is all about celebrating a new market for Bitcoin Cash adoption, and I'm excited to finally share the story with you. Hopefully you an learn something and spread BCH where you live! If you weren't able to pledge and still want to show your appreciation, you can do so at [tipb.ch/nudge](https://tipb.ch/nudge)
Until the fbi takes ur money then it’s a problem???
Careful not to get into the position where you see your beliefs as being so pure that anyone who doesn’t agree with you deserves your angry vitriol and to be dehumanised
You really shouldn't go with something like BNB. Go with a proper ethereum L2 solution like optimism, arbitrum, zksync.. The next hype cycle will be about Ethereum rollups like this
https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/71zrw1/fundraiser_for_luke_dashjr/ This looks like another convenient grift, Luke.
My speculation: he's broke and this is step one of the poor me, plz donate. It's been just long enough that very few will remember we've been here before. https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/71zrw1/fundraiser_for_luke_dashjr/
My reply [there](https://twitter.com/FloweeTheHub/status/1609272121854672896); CashTokens is a 5+ year research project come to fruition. Its a bunch of small ideas that when put together are massively powerful Comparing it to SLP or older tokens is ignoring most of the value. Comparing it to EVM misses that cashtokens scales. Exciting topic to read up on! You might want to start with my blog on the topic. https://read.cash/@TomZ/completing-bitcoin-cash-with-cash-tokens-e530d38d
Many miners are going bankrupt at this time so its not exactly business as usual. Its a very tough period for miners.
Posting on behalf of [@OPReturnCode](https://t.me/OPReturnCode) : Campaign URL: https://flipstarter.opreturn.me/en
About $10k to BTC in 2013 --> Now all in on BCH since 2018 with about $2k BCH, and maybe a little XMR just in case.
[Paytaca had a Flipstarter of their own which completed 7 months ago](https://flipstarter.paytaca.com/en) and [they were just featured in the Satoshi's Angels weekly newsletter, so this is very timely](https://read.cash/@SatoshisAngels/bch-weekly-news-111-december-19-2022-52fc757a). They are one if not the only group adding new Bitcoin Cash merchants in the Philippines. At no point do we advertise or make a call-to-action to download or use either the Paytaca Wallet or the POS software which is in beta. Its feature in the merchant videos is limited to the merchant terminal and the smartphone paying. I act as on-the-ground verification of claims made about crypto adoption. This is why people [liked my videos in El Salvador where I exposed how many Salvadorans don't really want BTC and in fact a large selection of businesses are still cash only or outright stated that they do not accept Bitcoin](https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyEWNx_cWHC6ZtMnxZpT6Q_TNkACCJLGK). I am presenting the situation in a given place from skepticism as well as optimism, and I also do prior research to determine interesting signs of development, following news, and of course looking at several crypto merchant maps to see where I can spend my BCH. I actually travel on crypto vs HODL, so if I can't actually find places to spend my Bitcoin Cash, I generally won't travel somewhere. For the Philippines as with everywhere that I go, I booked my flights and hotels with crypto. Regarding why I include transportation in my budget? It is a business necessity, as I need to actually be in the same place as local community and businesses instead of just holding a livestream or Twitter Space remotely. I am also a very experienced traveler, so what I'm able to do in reducing expenses translates in greater value per sat for Flipstarter donors. It seems like a lot, and to much of the world it is, but it is the bare minimum required for a researcher like myself that doesn't always have the fortune of being near to the points of interest. At a very rough estimate it's about 20 hours door-to-door from my home in the United States to Manila in the Philippines, and more to Tacloban City where these videos were filmed. This video was not shot on the same equipment that I filmed any of the project videos. There was an issue with humidity inside the lens of my main camera, and so I opted to use a smartphone. It is paired with the latest Rode wireless lavalier microphone, which I do use for other videos that I've shot. I believe a similar industry-standard DJI wireless lav was used for the interviews with Paytaca in an enclosed office. I believe that I have identified the need for Bitcoin Cash adoption to be documented in my regular promotion of truly permission-less electronic cash. There are very few people doing this, and the interest in education and entertainment in daily crypto usage has never been higher. Also I've always been considerate of a handful of Flipstarters that were funded and didn't deliver, I think it is a very valuable service that I audit in some way to deliver closure. I've spoken privately to a few prominent 'BCH influencers' (for lack of a better word) previously because I wanted to be sure that I don't misrepresent my intentions or overpromise and underdeliver. I am detailed in how I document what I accomplish and when, and very accessible on Reddit and Twitter as you can see from my comment and tweet histories. I understand that not everyone wants to follow this aspect of crypto news. I personally do not care about day trading and regularly block people on Twitter for sharing crazy price valuations, rug scams, and just spamming incessantly. I think for a traveler, it is valuable to know how well equipped a destination is to let them pay in their chosen coin. Also the Philippines represents a massive opportunity and use-case for Bitcoin Cash, particularly for remittances, since there is a larger population abroad of Overseas Filipino Workers than even in the Philippines itself. I'm interested in visiting all different places in different stages of developing their own parallel economies to delegitimize fiat money, including at some point in the coming year those denouncing CBDCs. As I summarized in the campaign, this is only the first project in a series that I plan to complete in the first half of this year. Being upfront as I am now hopefully gives you more confidence. Will this be a campaign that you support? My reputation hinges on actually delivering, and doing so shortly after the Flipstarter is funded. In a market where many people are afraid of crypto, it's important that we not only show people that we're still spending ours as intended, but as Paytaca said today, [that we patronize those businesses who give this technology a chance](https://twitter.com/_paytaca_/status/1607190516676059136). I hammer the importance of local merchant onboarding, not just here in the Philippines, but in your own neighborhoods. This can be done anywhere with the determination to separate yourself from the centralized banking system, as well as educate to properly equip businesses for success.