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https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/i2tvd5/why_is_big_bubbler_like_a_lone_canary_crying_wolf/

I feel like I am nearly alone and crying wolf about this community division attack currently demonizing Amaury and our primary developer team (ABC). I am sad to get little support, but I understand it is hard to stand up to the massive wave of posts attacking our team. It kinda reminds me of the time when it was dangerous for a business to support BCH as they would be attacked by the anti-BCH army. I am not a big fan of ABC's actions lately, but, I do value the work I believe they are doing. I have been calling for the anti-ABC team to provide a plan for what they would replace ABC with. Who will agree to do the work and make the decisions on what goes into updates? I just get crickets and claims that ABC does little or nothing. Some like to claim I am the troll and it is me that is attacking BCH. I certainly do not want to harm BCH, so I have put a lot of thought into the possibility it is me that has been fooled for months about what side I am on. Then I realized if I was working for the dishonest anti-BCH team (knowingly or not) I would have many random new to r/BTC accounts backing me up and pretending they were the BCH community by my side. They would be pushing to save ABC from the mob. Doesn't it seem odd most of the trolls seemed to have disappeared or changed sides? Wake up people we are still under attack! Wolf, Wolf, Wolf!

posted by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on August 3, 2020 05:17:00

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/f8skfl/lets_create_a_winwin_ifp/

[https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/lets-create-a-win-win-ifp-44bcf76d](https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/lets-create-a-win-win-ifp-44bcf76d) I think we can create a great plan that makes most real BCH-Fans happy. I am going to suggest some ways to do that. I would love to hear ideas from others and constructive criticism on my ideas. I think we need to get funding of development for making BCH ready to scale for massive worldwide use before it is too late and much of our market niche gets filled by other tech such as Apple Pay and the other "tap Pay" stuff getting advertised now. BCH opponents hope we will postpone funding and real progress on scaling for 6 months or longer. They say our blocks are already larger than needed and we can wait to fix that issue if we ever need to in the future. **IMO, The Goal:** An automated system for letting BCH miners donate X% of the block rewards all BCH miners have earned to BCH infrastructure developers. I propose a 100% voluntary system that let's the BCH-miners choose what percent to donate, how long the donations will continue and what projects to fund. It is their money after all. **How do Pro-BCH miners let us know their choices?** I expect anti-BCH-funding forces will try to game any system of miner voting to make the % lower and see to it the donations do as little good for BCH as possible. I assume the anti-BCH-funding miners have a lot more hash than the pro-BCH miners. **Choosing donation %** I am not sure this is a practical solution, but, I am thinking pool operators create a variety of pools with specific donation levels and specific funding targets. Then miners just join the pool(s) they prefer and leave if they want to stop donating. I would expect low-donation and no-donation pools will try to muscle out the higher donation pools, so, I wonder if there is a way in the code to incentivize higher donation levels? Maybe a sliding-scale difficulty adjustment adjustment that makes it slightly easier to get block-A if you donate more to block-A? I would probably consider minimum and maximum adjustment adjustments to avoid gaming this feature. Could making the DAA more difficult for pools not donating at all replace the "orphaning blocks" idea? Their blocks are still good, but, harder to get? In the spirit of keeping this voluntary, we also need a way (maybe automated? miner activated?) to turn this whole donation system off if support for donating goes away. My idea of 100% voluntary donation-mining will probably only work if enough hash to "fully mine" the BCH chain volunteers by joining the donation pools. I do not think I have heard from anyone about the likelihood of that. BCH only needs a small amount of overall hash rate, so, I would think there is plenty of hash willing to support our development. I think coming up with a community supported plan might go a long way towards making the miners more willing to commit. **Choosing funding targets** You could multiply hash rate times donation percentage to determine mining pool voting power for a vote on this, but, if we are letting the pools (or sub-pools within pools?) have a designated funding target, that would overrule that sort of approach. I think there needs to be a set and pretty-small list of options for the pools to choose from. Burning will not be an option since that is not good for BCH. Some of the options could be proxies\* that make the decision for the miners. If any miner does not like their decisions, they can switch pools. I would like to see pool switching be easy, if possible. It might be good to have an inter-pool way of signalling for the desire to move to a specific sub-pool and minimum amount of hash be signaled before that sub-pool gets activated to keep pool operators from having to run tiny pools (if that is a bother for them?)? How do we keep anti-BCH forces from getting a donation target into the options-list to be used to sabotage the goals of BCH? For instance, some consider BU and the new BCN may be readying to get used as attacks on BCH. If any attackers are on the list, will anti-BCH miners line up to mine and donate to them to turn the donations into attacks on BCH? I have not come up with a real solution to this potential problem yet. I may be seeing see why Amaury started with a tiny list (of what I consider great choices - even if he got the list from miners). I think I would like to see the list be chosen by miners who are not also going to be the pool operators running the donating pools. \***Proxies:** Could be something like a committee of 5? trusted community members who (and who's employer or any financial supporter) will not recieve any block reward donations from any of these pools. Proxies might be designated as intended to fund specific goals like a particular road-map goal (or goal set) or possibly designated for new projects that apply to them for the funding. I think a few pool operators who have shown they support donating to BCH development (and have no development projects they have invested in that might get funding) could be considered as proxies. Proxy teams would be allowed and encouraged to listen to advice from the people who are not free from potential financial conflicts of interest. I do not believe this funding will be sufficient to fully fund all the great projects that deserve funding. I do not care if it is the controversial ABC that does it, but, I hope we start out emphasizing making the protocol scale for massive worldwide adoption as I think that is where the big profits are waiting for holders, miners and developers. If we have that and we get the killer app or event that takes BCH viral, it will make this funding much bigger and we will even drag BTC up in price as we rise. IMO, having such a moment try to happen before we can handle the load would not be a good idea. **The Haters will continue to Hate** Anti-BCH forces will still hate any good plan (because it is good for BCH) and will claim everybody hates it. Some anti-IFP folks want to avoid attempting to create a win-win plan now so they can divide the community and grab power from our lead developer (they may dislike) and the ABC team before they support a better plan. Many miners are either anti-BCH or neutral-BCH-pure-greed-based miners that do not want a donation system to cause even a tiny amount of hash rate to move off of BCH to the BTC chain. I think the Miners opposed to this for pure-greed reasons (which is acceptable behavior in this space) are not seeing or caring about the likely longer-term price-benefits of better development funding on BCH. The upside allowed by developing the ability to scale massively for worldwide use are off the charts more profitable for all of them.

posted by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 10:10:44

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/f4689y/dear_pool_operators_that_want_to_support_bch/

[https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/dear-pool-operators-that-want-to-support-bch-developers-from-block-rewards-6fb1dc41](https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/dear-pool-operators-that-want-to-support-bch-developers-from-block-rewards-6fb1dc41) Great! Thanks so much! Please create or designate pool(s) that will donate a per-determined percentage to BCH developers (or whatever fundee(s) you choose and for however long you choose). This will allow miners to put as much hash as they want towards the goal of that pool. Voluntary donations! They can change pools anytime they want. I think these donations could come from BTC, BCH or other block rewards if that is the better place for the pool to mine? You can make it voluntary for miners by just designating your pool(s) as one that will do this. Maybe you have already done this. If so, Thanks! I suggest this so the miners get fair warning and the anti-donations attackers cannot say it is involuntary. If you are still listening to my crazy ideas, consider setting it up so the funds go to your designated developers (or whatever cause) directly rather than sending to a central depository that might be captured, infiltrated or corrupted. If you keep the intended fundee(s) and donation percentages listed publicly in advance, by staying in the pool, miners will continue to signal agreement with the pools' charitable activities.

posted by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 15, 2020 02:29:27

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/f3p54s/massive_free_faketoshi_csw_collectible_slp_tokens/

Repost of my (now archived): # Massive Free "Faketoshi (CSW)" Collectible SLP Tokens Offer 📷 # **The "Faketoshi (CSW)" pseudo-whitepaper** I want to give away at least 9 Billion of the 10 Billion "Faketoshi" (CSW) SLP tokens I created on BCH. I believe spreading them widely can make them worth something as a collectible someday. Some keys to success: 1. catchy name (preferably with "collector's value"), 2. Limited supply (there will never be more than the 10B of this particular coin and they are NOT divisible into fractions of a whole coin), 3. massive distribution and 4) **Belief**. Belief is all that is really needed, but, I think this particular catchy name can help spread them more equitably among deserving people. I think they will only grow in value if 1. A critical mass of people have some. 2. A lot of time (in crypto-years) passes and we all look back on CSW as a historical figure rather than a current annoyance. 3. People see this token as the original and best CSW token to collect (anyone can make any token, but, these are the authentic originals distributed by Big Bubbler). 4. CSW is proven to be or not to be Satoshi. 5. I die a tragic and well documented horrible death, preferably at the hands of CSW or his disciples. 6. A movie gets made featuring CSW in a good or bad light. Preferably mentioning this token in the movie or related social media. 7. Someone with the same initials sues me for creating this token. and/or I am sure there are more factors that could kick up the value such as China banning it or making it their national tipping currency... **So, How to give them away? I think I need help.** While supplies last: **Airdrop?**: I will give 1,000,000 to anyone that tells me an easy way to airdrop them widely (or is willing to do that somehow). **Faucet?**: I will give 500,000 to anyone who posts a link to a faucet that can give them away. Promise to put 500,000 on that faucet in your post and I will send you 1,100,000. Update: Currently on these free faucets: [https://doge.cash/](https://doge.cash/), [https://mirror.doge.cash/](https://mirror.doge.cash/) and [https://tokenfaucet.org/](https://tokenfaucet.org/) Update 2: Those faucets may be down. **You have disrespected any CSW!**: **UPDATE: Now offering 100,000 for more recent posts/replies (after May 4th). Just mention Faketoshi in any way or disrespect any CSW** **I will give 500,000 to anyone who posts a link (in this thread) to a post on social media (from before this token was created (May 4th, 2019)) where you showed disrespect for anyone with the initials CSW or used the name Faketoshi.** If in the same post here you promise to give 100,000 away, each, to at least 4 other people, I will send you 1,000,000 (please try make it real and pretty good people). **Tip Bot**: 1,000,000 bounty for a working tip bot that gives them out from the tipper's wallet or whatever works along those lines. **Famous supporters of this project!**: 10,000,000 or more available to each well known person who I am convinced can and will spread the tokens around widely. Having famous people hand out the tokens provides the token even more legitimacy as the best Faketoshi to collect. **Get us on an exchange**: Getting our token added to an exchange will get you a big bonus (bonus size depends on the size of the exchange). (Agora does not count - see below) **I just want some or I deserve some** Ask as a reply to the original post in the thread and provide your SLP address. Hopefully someone I already sent a big quantity to will help me by sending you some and will reply to your post saying they will. I will say so if I get some sent to you. **Can I buy some? or get some by supporting the project?**: I can think of a few ways. See the agora exchange fundraiser below, make an offer in the thread for others to sell you some of theirs, watch for an exchange to list CSW or ask me for a BCH address and I will provide free ones if you financially support this project's expenses. Suggested donation one us penny's worth of BCH per ten CSW tokens you hope to receive (minimum donation $5). The idea here is to create value. I think people buying and selling these will help encourage that. Everyone, please help give them away to real humans. It benefits everyone if these tokens get spread widely and equitably. Be sure you post a SLP deposit address to send them to or I will ignore your post if I get busy (it should look like this one of mine: simpleledger:qr5vspax39z6pkddkds0u0k29zs5nz6v6s4n0qhvq8 ) **My fundraiser**: New info: anyone can buy and sell these on the [Memo.cash](https://Memo.cash) site. Old idea: To fund the TX fees for sending out free coins, I have Faketoshi (CSW) tokens for sale cheap (100 satoshis of BCH each) on the Agora exchange. It is an exchange that anyone can try to sell ANY SLP token on. Feel free to try to sell yours on there cheaper than I am. Tips on that "opportunity" in my post here: [https://old.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/blm7zp/electron\_cash\_slp\_edition\_349/](https://old.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/blm7zp/electron_cash_slp_edition_349/) I may edit this post as people provide constructive or destructive criticism. To spread the word, please post a link to this thread or the one I will post on Big Bubbler's Facebook page (a link to that page is in the token). To see more details about the token (and to avoid counterfeits), here is some info: ID: d806e14b89829adc6c576da5729e34495d9b547ccd7162b827d5a22ca9f989f7 Timestamp: 2019-05-04 09:52 Symbol: CSW Name: Faketoshi Document URI: https://www.facebook.com/Big-Bubbler-197778163227 Document Hash: <empty> Decimals: 0 Initial Token Qty: 10000000000 I did make another Faketoshi SLP token before this one, but, it did not have the "CSW" symbol set, so I made a better one for this project. Watch out for fakes!

posted by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 14, 2020 03:08:04

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/f3oo5y/how_can_we_tell_if_probch_miners_are_willing_to/

[https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/how-can-we-tell-if-pro-bch-miners-are-willing-to-donate-block-rewards-to-bch-developers-d71d53ba](https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/how-can-we-tell-if-pro-bch-miners-are-willing-to-donate-block-rewards-to-bch-developers-d71d53ba) **I believe there are many truly pro-BCH miners** willing to temporarily donate less than 1% of their block rewards to support faster development progress on BCH. I believe it is in all Bitcoin miners' long-term best interests to support getting this work done soon. If BCH can scale and goes viral as intended, the rise of BCH will drag BTC along with it as long as BTC still has it's social engineering army. Any delay in this future causes compound losses for miners. I agree **the original proposal would benefit from a lot of improvements** including **letting miners (instead of pool operators) make the decision(s)** and not sending the donations to a single censorable depository. I suggest **creating or designating pools for miners to join as a way of showing support for the funding mechanism**. This is just an idea. If people can find a better way to know "if Pro-BCH miners are willing to donate block rewards to BCH developers", I am all for that idea. I assume most miners are not serious BCH supporters who see the long-term value of providing significant support for BCH development very soon. I am OK with their opinions so long as they are not allowed to control BCH's ability to achieve the original dream of Bitcoin. I believe there are many miners who DO understand the importance of getting scaling on BCH quickly and would support such pools. If I am mistaken about BCH having serious miner support, This could also be a way to show that we should cower at the demands of the less friendly miners. I expect many social engineering agents and miners who are not really pro-BCH will make the many often-repetitive arguments against developer funding while claiming to be Pro-BCH. I believe that truly pro-BCH miners cannot openly admit to that stance due to the massive powerful forces that oppose peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. So, anti-funding social-media posts could be from fake friends of BCH or a real ones. I believe most who print articles opposed to letting miners fund BCH developers are not really pro-BCH. Of the real pro-BCH posters, I think many assume bad things that need not be part of an updated future funding plan. Let's make sure the miners get to control whether their donations end on "X" date. Let's listen to the other concerns and try to find a win-win solution to them all. Anti-BCH forces will never like any plan that helps create peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people in our lifetime. They are legion. They will pretend to be us and pretend convincingly that **we** do not want miners to donate to our developers. Let's look for ways to find out what the real BCH community want's to do!

posted by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 14, 2020 02:16:04

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/evmpp0/on_the_future_of_miners_donating_rewards_to_bch/

[https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/on-the-future-of-miners-donating-rewards-to-bch-developer-support-92c715e9](https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/on-the-future-of-miners-donating-rewards-to-bch-developer-support-92c715e9) I am all for supporting developers with some mining rewards. I really appreciate the miners/pools offering to try to make this happen. What I think is/was bad about the recent plan was forcing all miners to lose 0.44% of potential profit against their will. Personally, for a variety of reasons I am ok with making people who do not want to donate 0.44% to BCH developers lose this potential income anyway, but, I can see that this is a legitimate gripe. I believe most who gripe will be doing so because they are anti-BCH, only care about BTC or are making the decision based on short-term greed (ignoring the longer term increase in value). I would feel bad for people who do not fall into these categories and just cannot afford the loss of 0.44% of what they were expecting to get or just can't stand being told what to do with their money. I think mining hash moving from chain to chain is permissionless and the people controlling the hash moving away from BCH to avoid supporting BCH developers are the people BTC miners should get mad at. Maybe if we had miners committing to keep up the mining hash on BCH (pay the full 12.5%) it could solve that concern? Assuming we do not find a solution like that, I agree with this quote from Emil Oldenburg (CTO, Bitcoin.com)([https://read.cash/@EmilOldenburg/necessities-for-funding-plan-to-work-74e801e9](https://read.cash/@EmilOldenburg/necessities-for-funding-plan-to-work-74e801e9)): >Please keep in mind that this proposal can only work if a majority hashrate supports it. We are not doing this to enrich a few individuals, but to strengthen Bitcoin Cash as a whole. Without majority hash support behind it, this effort could risk a chain split. My concern is what hash rate majority does BCH think it can get? I do not know. Maybe the majority of all the Bitcoins' hash is BCH-friendly? I would love to believe that. I do think we can get majority support from BCH-friendly miners for a plan. I would be surprised if we could get a majority of all of the Bitcoins' miners to agree to support BCH developers. I believe it was anti-BCH forces dividing the the BCH community the last week or so that stopped the original plan. The plan was full of unsettled issues and the attackers used the uncertainties to spread false assumptions about what was going to happen. Anyway, unless most of all the Bitcoins' hash is BCH-friendly I think we will need to be very wary because the anti-BCH forces are still circling and looking for weaknesses to divide out community further. They are good at pretending they are a part of the BCH community and that they represent a majority view even though they work for dark money that hates BCH and they are not real people with real opinions (rather they are mostly professionally implemented social engineering agents). They are very good at ensnaring and enlisting real people into their web of lies. But, of course, not all anti-plan voices are anti-BCH and not all of the pro-BCH people opposed to the past plan were under the influence of the "trolls". I never intend to suggest that even though the trolls like to pretend that is what I am saying. I hope BCH-Friendly hash is the majority because these social engineers will make gathering support very difficult even if it is a great thing for BCH and the BCH community. IMO, even if it is known to be good for BTC and BCH, there will be attacks from those who cannot stand supporting BCH developers.

posted by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on January 29, 2020 08:13:44

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/c4evl8/it_seems_most_btc_maximalists_are_actually/

I saw a quote on Twitter \[mentioned in another thread on r/BTC\]: "Jeffrey Tucker: I'm finally realizing that these vicious crypto-wars on Twitter are really driven by BTC hodlers who are against any and all competition. They see everything not BTC ueber alles as hurting their portfolio price. Didn't realize this until this week."  Twitter.com/jeffre... And, I realized that's what we are all supposed to think/believe is what's happening. Well, here is another "crazy mind-bender" from me: I believe much of the drama is professionally implemented fake accounts making it seem like there is a huge "maximalist" group (majority?) that thinks BTC is the best cryptocurrency and that there should be only one. If I am right, this army of social engineering fake humans are the same army that helped corrupt BTC and remove it's primary use case (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). So, it seems the maximalists (great name for social engineering, BTW) are actually opposed to peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. These fake humans claim to believe only the broken coin should exist. Thus, it seems the "maximalists" are actually anti-crypto forces (and their fooled minions). (I define "crypto" in this context as the kind made to free people from government and corporate oppression. I realize there are many other kinds of crypto, but, I hope most people will understand what I am trying to say here) [https://honest.cash/Big\_Bubbler/it-seems-most-btc-maximalists-are-actually-anti-crypto-forces-5167](https://honest.cash/Big_Bubbler/it-seems-most-btc-maximalists-are-actually-anti-crypto-forces-5167)

posted by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2019 19:59:12

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/bpydgl/whats_bch_going_to_be_worth/

Big Bubbler's opinion for today: "The total value of a real decentralized mathematically-deflationary peer-to-peer electronic cash, controlled and accepted by the world's people, will only be limited by it's ability to scale and function." The "total value" idea leaves wiggle room for increasing the coin-supply. Some think that is a horrible idea because they assume we would do it like "printing more Fiat" where someone gets to choose how to spend the new coins. Instead, most new coin creation on BCH, if needed to fulfill world demand, will come from providing everyone that owns BCH with more BCH. No one's holdings become less valuable, they just have more coins to spread around. The most likely scenario is moving the decimal point to allow BCH to be divided into smaller pieces so there is effectively 10 or 100 times as many "pieces" of BCH. The "mathematically-deflationary" idea allows a small amount of the bad kind of coin-supply growth in case we want to create a developer funding mechanism that is small enough it does not cause inflation (coin value is rising and the rate of lost/unspendable BCH is growing faster than the small inflationary effect). This is a very slippery slope and would need to be tightly monitored and continuously-supported by a super-majority. https://honest.cash/Big_Bubbler/whats-bch-going-to-be-worth-4539

posted by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 17, 2019 19:34:34

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/blpirb/massive_free_faketoshi_csw_collectible_slp_tokens/

**The "Faketoshi (CSW)" pseudo-whitepaper** 'Let's create value from nothingness together' I want to give away at least 9 Billion of the 10 Billion "Faketoshi" (CSW) SLP tokens I created on BCH. I believe spreading them widely can make them worth something to everyone that has some. Some keys to success: 1) catchy name (preferably with "collector's value"), 2) Limited supply (there will never be more than the 10B of this particular coin and they are NOT divisible into fractions of a whole coin), 3) massive distribution and 4) **Belief**. Belief is all that is really needed, but, I think this particular catchy name can help spread them more equitably among deserving people. I think they will only grow in value if 1) A critical mass of people have some. 2) A lot of time (in crypto-years) passes and we all look back on CSW as a historical figure rather than a current annoyance. 3) People see this token as the original and best CSW token to collect (anyone can make any token, but, these are the authentic originals distributed by Big Bubbler). 4) CSW is proven to be or not to be Satoshi. 5) I die a tragic and well documented horrible death, preferably at the hands of CSW or his disciples. 6) A movie gets made featuring CSW in a good or bad light. Preferably mentioning this token in the movie or related social media. and/or I am sure there are more factors that could kick up the value such as China banning it or making it their national tipping currency... **So, How to give them away? I think I need help.** While supplies last: **Airdrop?**: I will give 1,000,000 to anyone that tells me an easy way to airdrop them widely (or is willing to do that somehow). **Faucet?**: I will give 500,000 to anyone who posts a link to a faucet that can give them away. Promise to put 500,000 on that faucet in your post and I will send you 1,100,000. **You have cred!**: I will give 500,000 to anyone who posts a link (in this thread) to a post on social media (from before this token was created (May 4th, 2019)) where you showed disrespect for anyone with the initials CSW or used the name Faketoshi. If in the same post here you promise to give 100,000 away, each, to at least 4 other people, I will send you 1,000,000 (please try make it real and pretty good people). **Tip Bot**: 1,000,000 bounty for a working tip bot that gives them out from the tipper's wallet or whatever works along those lines. **Famous supporters of this project!**: 10,000,000 or more available to each well known persons who I am convinced can and will spread the tokens around widely. Having famous people hand out the tokens provides the token even more legitimacy as the best Faketoshi to collect. **Get us on an exchange**: Getting our token added to an exchange will get you a big bonus (bonus size depends on the size of the exchange). (Agora does not count - see below) **I just want some or I deserve some** Ask as a reply to the original post in the thread and provide your SLP address. Hopefully someone I already sent a big quantity to will help me by sending you some and will reply to your post saying they will. I will say so if I get some sent to you. **Can I buy some? or get some by supporting the project?**: I can think of a few ways. See the agora exchange fundraiser below, make an offer in the thread for others to sell you some of theirs, watch for an exchange to list CSW or ask me for a BCH address and I will provide free ones if you financially support this project's expenses. Suggested donation one us penny's worth of BCH per ten CSW tokens you hope to receive. Everyone, please help give them away to real humans. It benefits everyone if these tokens get spread widely and equitably. Be sure you post a SLP deposit address to send them to or I will ignore your post if I get busy (it should look like this one of mine: simpleledger:qr5vspax39z6pkddkds0u0k29zs5nz6v6s4n0qhvq8 ) **My fundraiser**: To fund the TX fees for sending out free coins, I have Faketoshi (CSW) tokens for sale cheap (100 satoshis of BCH each) on the Agora exchange. It is an exchange that anyone can try to sell ANY SLP token on. Feel free to try to sell yours on there cheaper than I am. Tips on that "opportunity" in my post here: https://old.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/blm7zp/electron_cash_slp_edition_349/ I may edit this post as people provide constructive or destructive criticism. To spread the word, please post a link to this thread or the one I will post on Big Bubbler's Facebook page (a link to that page is in the token). To see more details about the token (and to avoid counterfeits), here is some info: ID: d806e14b89829adc6c576da5729e34495d9b547ccd7162b827d5a22ca9f989f7 Timestamp: 2019-05-04 09:52 Symbol: CSW Name: Faketoshi Document URI: https://www.facebook.com/Big-Bubbler-197778163227 Document Hash: <empty> Decimals: 0 Initial Token Qty: 10000000000 I did make another Faketoshi SLP token before this one, but, it did not have the "CSW" symbol set, so I made a better one for this project.

posted by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 7, 2019 07:25:40

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/bjsldq/the_btc_core_community_deception/

The ongoing social engineering attack on BCH and financial freedom (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people) is widespread, often subtle and very sophisticated. They use a mesh of inter-weaved, mostly small, dishonesties to support bigger lies and to make them seem to be based on a body of "evidence". If no one stands up for the truth, the social engineering army of liars will have a bunch of other fake/fooled people repeat and agree with the lies to make it seem like they are accepted as true by the majority. I fell for this complex deception back when Core took Bitcoin's adoption and ticker from the Bitcoin community. The army of liars pretended they were the Bitcoin community throughout social media. They claimed the community supported high fees, small blocks and a short delay until the arrival of LN to provide scaling (for the primary use case of Bitcoin - peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). The real Bitcoin community fell for the lie, **believed they were a minority** and gave up the fight for the ticker (brand) and adoption we had spent years building. Later we found out the loss of the primary use case of Core's Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people) was intentional and permanent. LN is not intended to fix scaling for the people of the world. The real community never wanted high fees, small blocks and the loss of Bitcoin's primary use case. They still do not want that. Of course that is true for BCH supporters, but, I even believe most of the real humans that own, mine and develop BTC agree lower fees, 2MB blocks and being able to buy coffee with BTC would be good things for BTC. If I am right, the deception that BTC has a large base of real human's who agree with Core policies is still in place and is believed by most people. The backstory: [https://honest.cash/Big\_Bubbler/troll-armys-massive-social-engineering-cant-stop-magic-internet-money-3100](https://honest.cash/Big_Bubbler/troll-armys-massive-social-engineering-cant-stop-magic-internet-money-3100)

posted by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2019 04:41:05

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/b80104/is_speculative_upside_limited_by_how_many_people/

In my opinion, only currencies that can continue to scale can attract the frenzied buying that makes a crypto continue to soar in price beyond past all time highs. Most of the past soaring crypto prices never hit a scaling limitation. I think BTC showed us what that looks like in 2017. If we get a bull run soon, it appears (to me) BTC will have full blocks by 10K and I think that will cause the price to cap out around 20K again. My belief is that it can't keep rising very far with full blocks. Some might say the inability to send coins during a frenzy will lead to a supply shortage and that will make the price rise even faster/higher. What do you think will happen to BTC if it's blocks are full and a bull run keeps going? Of course, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has been quietly developing code that should be able to scale for a major buying frenzy. I don't think it is ready to scale for full planetary e-cash yet, but, it's team seems to be more focused on achieving Satoshi's peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people than any other cryptocurrency I know about. If BTC stalls and the bull continues, I believe BCH could go crazy… Then it will probably crash quite a bit (with all the coins) when the frenzy finishes. I think BCH could end up with a price that equals or exceeds the BTC price after a bull run if the run is not stopped to save BTC. Am I mistaken about something? &#x200B; From: [https://honest.cash/Big\_Bubbler/is-speculative-upside-limited-by-how-many-people-can-buy-during-a-buying-frenzy-3455](https://honest.cash/Big_Bubbler/is-speculative-upside-limited-by-how-many-people-can-buy-during-a-buying-frenzy-3455) &#x200B;

posted by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 1, 2019 05:37:46

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/aks4nr/decentralized_cryptocurrency_dreams/

# A coin needs to be decentralized if you want it to be able to resist attempts to regulate, control, cheat or stop it. Not every Crypto claims to be (or even claims it wants to be) decentralized. I see 2 main areas that need to be decentralized. Below I show some example coins and my current opinion about their level of success at creating decentralization of Mining (or other Security) and Governance (Base Code Development). I see decentralization and fairness of Coin/Token ownership as a different topic except where it affects the other two. There are many other cryptocurrencies trying to get adopted by "The People" of the world. I do not know enough about most of them to be able to add them to this comparison. There are also many crypto tokens/platforms/etc. that want their native coin to be valuable and their project to be decentralized, but, they are not really moving towards being a currency. Feel free to add your thoughts about my examples or other coins in the comments below. **BTC** \- Bitcoin, the "Store of Wealth" currency **Mining/Security:** Good - Some concerns due to regional miner concentration(s) **Governance/Base Code Development:** Centralized -  (Infiltrated and captured by a well funded group) **BCH** \- Bitcoin Cash, the "E-Cash for All The People" currency **Mining/Security:** OK - Too little mining power to be "good". BTC miners helped save BCH from BSV's takeover attempt. **Governance/Base Code Development:** OK - weakened by splits with BTC and BSV. "Battle Tested"*(tm)* **BSV** \- Bitcoin Satoshi Vision, the "Bitcoin Classic"? currency **Mining/Security:** Centralized - So far. **Governance/Base Code Development:** Centralized - (Forked by a well funded group) **Mining/Security of the future:** BTC probably hopes to see diversified Miner ownership. BCH and BSV need a coin price rise to attract more mining activity. BSV needs diverse miner ownership to fix that centralization. All the "Bitcoins" need to grow bigger to truly protect themselves from well planned and well funded "State-size" attacks. **Governance/Base Code Development of the future:** BTC holders and miners hope for a benevolent dictatorship (or they believe the propaganda telling them all is good and their coin is the most decentralized). BCH's loosely organized development teams (and code) are young and vulnerable to a variety of attack vectors. BCH seems to have fended off the BTC infiltration and the attempted 51% attack by BSV. I like their chances for getting BCH past these early vulnerabilities. They seem to be working towards better decentralization all the time. BSV development is owned by a few, but, has attracted some real dev's who may be able to do some of the stuff Craig Wright claims BSV will do. After BSV makes the code the way the "owners" want it, they could move towards decentralizing. If they really "lock down the code" so there is no development, that could be called a 100% success on decentralizing (if they don't hold the key to future development). An actual adaptable decentralized governance structure is very hard to develop. The Block One company is doing creative things in their attempt to set the EOS platform "free" from their benevolent semi-control. Crypto is young and will probably be learning from a lot of mistakes for a while still. Time will tell if any crypto's will achieve the dream of true decentralization. It may be that only a certain level of decentralization is enough to succeed? It may be that they need to begin somewhat centralized to get started and get most of their code written. True decentralization is not easy to achieve. Many coin haters will attack a coin for not achieving it even though the attacker's intention is to support a coin that does not have it either. Bitcoin Core may have been diverted from their original mission to create e-money for The People of the world, but, their open source work laid the foundation for many projects to take up the torch of providing financial freedom to The People. Each coin may still be too vulnerable/centralized to resist attacks on it's own, but, the cryptocurrency ecosystem has become a multi-headed beast that appears to be beyond human-powered destruction. Sadly, the many heads are trying to eat each other. Hopefully they will learn to work together and make crypto stronger for everyone. Thanks for considering my ideas, \- Big Bubbler As always, I want to encourage people with feedback and differences of opinion to speak up. Maybe I can refine my ideas (or spelling/grammar). If your going to spew Blockstream/Core social-engineering talking points, I hope we can all see through the disinformation and clutter. I believe Bitcoin-BTC is currently "wearing no cloths" (lacks the necessary fundamentals for wide-scale adoption as a cryptocurrency). My hopes are not high, but, I do hope BTC fixes it's problems. &#x200B; From [https://honest.cash/Big\_Bubbler/decentralized-cryptocurrency-dreams-1932](https://honest.cash/Big_Bubbler/decentralized-cryptocurrency-dreams-1932)

posted by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on January 28, 2019 16:11:49

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/7s4rq7/can_bitcoin_cash_decrease_its_environmental/

A popular complaint about the heavily mined Bitcoins is the environmental impact of using so much electricity. I think there is an argument that our mining uses less electricity than a regular banking and fiat ecosystem when you count the consumption of the employees needed to make each system function. Regardless, can we come up with a way to use less electricity? The way I see it, we don't need to use the amount of electricity we are using to secure the network. Maybe someday we might need this amount of computer effort, but, today the huge amount of electricity usage is due to competition for the very valuable block rewards. My opinion is that core's Bitcoin (Btc) is slowly fixing this by destroying the value of their coin (thus making the mining rewards less valuable). I assume BCH will rise in value and have this over-computing issue on into the future. I'd like to find a way to decrease mining effort to a level closer to the ideal amount needed to secure the blockchain. I'm guessing we could be using over 90% less electricity than we currently do. We could just fork in a lowered block reward (over a longer time period?). I'd guess that idea has many drawbacks. I'd hope we could find a solution that the miners like. After all, in theory, most of the miner fees are going to electricity providers. If we could spend less on the mining units and electricity, the miners might be able to come out ahead. I doubt there is any such solution that equipment makers or electricity providers will like though.

posted by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on January 22, 2018 04:55:50

https://www.reddit.com/r/u_Big_Bubbler/comments/7o88gj/whats_the_best_coin_jan_2018_crypto_bubble/

Jan 4 2018 Currently there is a big "ride the bubble" thing happening and it is making people rich for just having faith in the best bubble of the moment(s). Who knows how long this will last. I'm all for smart young people getting richer than their parents (though I'm sure it will have drawbacks). All the coins that are going up are part of it. Eventually, I believe the coins underlying fundamentals will matter. We are not really there at this time, lol. Many of the coins were created with a stated niche use case. Many of those use cases do not require the coin have much value. High value could even be bad for some coins use case. For now it does help the developers have cash for upping their game as developers. This developer money can be put back into coins to make their niche claims real (if that is even possible, depends on the niche claim). So, in the future some of these coins could be very valuable parts of society regardless of their coin value. For Bitcoin Cash the niche use-case is spending them. For that niche having them growing in value is great. I think a lot of people are putting their balloon investment in cheaper coins now for faster profits (even if they believe in BCH). I believe BCH is a sleeping giant that will grow much bigger than Bitcoin's current marketcap size. It is sleeping while people ride smaller balloons and implement adoption. Adoption is key to the future of BCH. There is no rush for the price to rise yet. I'm not sure we would really benefit from being the #1 balloon this soon. Bitcoin was the #1 balloon and it may not be done yet (depends on tether's pumping plans?). I believe Ripple is going to moon in the next few weeks. It will outpace and out-marketcap Bitcoin Core soon. My theory is that when they got rich on their earlier rises, the owners of Ripple (not developers like most coins) reinvested in ripple's balloon-powers. A genius move during the crypto-bubble time we are in. They hired fancy names and serious social engineering professionals. It is easy to see Bitcoin Core's low paid shill army at work. Ripple's pro shills and content writers are also everywhere, but, much harder to detect. Their marketing efforts are much better and include very believable sales pitches. I think it is still a balloon-coin, but, I see it going very high. I own some. I don't think it is a coin that needs a high coin-value to fulfill it's niche use-plan. They will have a lot of $, so, they might even implement their use case. Not that they need to, lol. I own some Stellar Lumins because I like the chart, name and that little rocketship logo. That little rocketship will sell that coin to the world's young balloon-buyers regardless or the supposed use case. I own some Status because I like the chart and it is (was?) under a dollar each. The worlds balloon buyers love a cheap coin with a good trade volume. I mostly own BCH as I believe it is the future of the world's money. If we keep at the adoption and don't get too ahead of ourselves with complicated (dangerous?) software upgrades, I see massive money coming back from most of the bubble-millionaires that are currently being minted by the bubbles. Most of the bubble coins are not about fast/cheap/easy transactions all over the world. BCH is that coin and adoption will keep that true. Most of the other coins are good for making Money to put into BCH when the time is right. You just have to know when to sell the bubbles and buy BCH.

posted by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/u_Big_Bubbler on January 4, 2018 21:58:10
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UPDATE: It is Sept 18 and there are no donations to the Flipstarter yet. I did get one tiny direct donation and appreciate that vote of support. I am taking a few days off and will be back early next week.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 19, 2020 00:13:04
/r/btc/comments/ivknpa/bitcoin_embassy_suing_nh_governor_and_city_of/g5s4y2k/

Connecting BCH to a movement to allow people to keep killing others by infecting them would be terrible. Hopefully this is just inconsiderate and gullible BTC owners that are known for falling for disinformation used to manipulate them into risking harming themselves and others.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 19, 2020 00:02:20
/r/btc/comments/ivhmjq/bitcoin_cash_is_not_the_bitcoin_they_know/g5s3soz/

You sound like an excellent social engineering agent. Your comments seem so reasonable even when based on flawed assumptions. Of course true believers know price is of little importance to function and you play on that core belief very well. That said, price is very important to selling the idea of adoption to businesses. The low coin price is also killing our ability to fund development and attract mining hash for securing our chain. Our current internal battles are also terrible and could lead to sudden loss of value or even catastrophic losses (even if that is unlikely). This is a bad time to push for adoption and that is why the troll army is rallying us to work on that in many posts. Fighting trolls is never helping either of us. I don't even like doing it. It is just important to point out the disinformation. You pretend you are pushing people to see the forest when you are really showing them trees. You prove you are anti-Bitcoin (anti-BCH) with that 'we can't compete with visa' BS at the end. They are not real competition for our use case and when we can go viral, it can happen much faster than most expect. I would guess your troll masters do know this and that is why your army is here trying to fool the community.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 23:51:48
/r/btc/comments/ip1bvf/understanding_noifp/g5s17oy/

I don't have the sources handy either. That's just how I remember it. Others know much better the details. BCHN spotted flaws and provided fixes? To me some of the BU leadership appears to be secretly anti-BCH (anti-Bitcoin dream). They hide it well, but in total it looks like BU may be captured and laying in wait for a chance to sabotage BCH. They may have helped create BSV and I think there is a slim chance they are also behind the creation of BCHN for the same reason.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 23:25:31
/r/btc/comments/iuvo4o/majamalu_the_miners_have_the_power_to_decide_in/g5s01sw/

I am worried it will be "gamed" to harm BCH by the wealthy and those opposed to the Bitcoin dream (sufficiently decentralized (un-stoppable) peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). I am concerned the voters may not be representative of the miner hash that cares about BCH but is not willing to lose money to prove that by mining BCH. There may be other concerns I am not remembering at the moment. Miners have the ultimate power. Because exercising the power is not easy it is harder to create mining blocks, cartels, collusion, etc. I am not sure it will be a problem. Organizing a "decentralized" part of this movement seems very risky to me.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 23:14:12
/r/btc/comments/iuy0sk/btc_stolen/g5rx9lq/

Post things like who told you that (the company name) and how long you have been waiting for a solution in the title of your posts to shame them into action?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 22:52:29
/r/btc/comments/ivhmjq/bitcoin_cash_is_not_the_bitcoin_they_know/g5rwx6g/

Develop the ability to scale and go viral, develop the software to encourage that viral growth to happen. Prepare for adoption to flow in like a broken dam. When we can really handle it, it will come. The battle is ongoing and our low price makes this a bad time to push adoption. That's why the trolls want us to do it ASAP.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 22:49:27
/r/btc/comments/iv6nfh/message_to_all_trolls/g5rw4ka/

Troll post. They are here to toxify this subreddit and spread disinformation. They will be here attacking any real attempt to fulfil the real Bitcoin dream until we become massively adopted by the people of the world and outgrow BTC.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 22:43:23
/r/btc/comments/iva9mx/imagine_thinking_that_a_peer_to_peer_electronic/g5rv2ge/

The quote seems accurate for BTC. BTC will always be good for use by the few. It will just work much better on BCH and so BTC will be left behind and lose much of it's value. It does not need to be valuable to function like that. Of course the rise of BCH or some other real "Bitcoin" (sufficiently decentralized (un-stoppable) peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people) will suck the mining hash away from BTC and also make it a less secure asset to HODL. If they do not kill every real Bitcoin attempt, eventually BTC is going to become a historically interesting footnote in the history of Crypto and many will lose a lot of money if they do not see this coming until it is too late.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 22:35:17
/r/btc/comments/ivc7jd/so_btc_is_supposed_to_rattle_the_fiat_system_but/g5rtxkt/

IMO, pretending the current situation shows we will not be massively adopted in the future, claiming we should push adoption hard (at this less positive time for that) instead of working to develop scaling/killer apps and pretending we are out to kill fiat are common troll talking points these days. Just FYI.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 22:26:18
/r/btc/comments/ivhmjq/bitcoin_cash_is_not_the_bitcoin_they_know/g5rsknp/

I believe this is a set of currently common anti-Bitcoin arguments from the social engineering (troll army) department. It sounds so positive and is very well designed to distract us from important stuff like getting scaling and a killer app.: We are the "fiat killer", we should concentrate on adoption and not development, we should not care about competing with BTC for market cap as that is their thing and we do not need to compete with them for the speculative market share. They want us to brand ourselves as anti-fiat. They know this is not the best time to push adoption even though that is a great goal. They know we are the speculative star with real upside potential and BTC is near it's upper limit. These themes are common and a big new wave of trolls has arrived to spread them recently.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 22:15:28
/r/btc/comments/iut3ny/coinmarketcapcom_and_other_similar_sites_do_not/g5onppu/

LOL, well trolled. Of course I never said that, but facts are not a priority for the troll army.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 04:33:35
/r/btc/comments/iut3ny/coinmarketcapcom_and_other_similar_sites_do_not/g5obtcr/

Trolls always claim the reality is doom and gloom for Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). Blockstream is just the "fall guy" for the corruption of BTC. Now that BTC is no longer working to become a "Bitcoin" anymore, it is not even trying to be competition. Our splits are usually due to an attack on Bitcoin and they are effective at slowing us down. We are always under attack for trying to create a real peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. All we need is scaling to outgrow BTC and the attacker's powers.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 01:25:14
/r/btc/comments/iug5kq/someone_should_make_a_bch_based_onlyfans/g5o9xwv/

Use Bitpay or some other service (possibly in-house) to make it so customers and content creators can choose whether they want crypto exposure or not. Accept credit cards for a non-adult business (payment processor) and avoid the high fees by liquidating the crypto on an exchange? Still KYC unless you decentralize the service and "site it" offshore and have no control over the content creators access to the platform? Still a problem with converting to fiat without KYC in the developed world though. I am guessing they already have the concern over providing KYC to offer their content for fiat? If so, no reason crypto is worse. It would be nice to fix that eventually though. Edit: Oh customer KYC. Hmmmm. If they are paying for the service/crypto with a credit card they already have provided the KYC and there is no privacy. Is there a currently private way to pay? Visa gift cards, I guess. But spending money is not very kyc intensive? Just when you want to turn it into dollars? If customers only spend relatively small amounts and never sell crypto would KYC be needed?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 01:01:20
/r/btc/comments/iugjdl/heres_why_you_really_should_own_at_least_some/g5o9jze/

This may be true or may be false. The author does not know. I call this dishonesty. Some might say wishful thinking. I agree scalability is key and we do not have enough of that on BCH yet. Well funded or volunteer developers? Time may tell which gets us massive worldwide scaling first.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 00:56:28
/r/btc/comments/ium1kh/microstrategy_ceo_on_buying_bitcoin_while/g5o8fcn/

Confidence in BTC because the professional social engineering is so powerful and aligned with the broken project that he feels the community is behind it. Fooled or just happy with the well designed false appearance or part of the social engineering efforts (like Pomp)?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 00:42:41
/r/btc/comments/ium9da/this_deserves_a_response_michael_saylor_needs_to/g5o771x/

Confidence because the professional social engineering is so powerful and aligned with the broken project that he feels the community is behind it. Fooled or just happy with the well designed false appearance or part of the social engineering efforts (like Pomp)?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 00:28:03
/r/btc/comments/ium9da/this_deserves_a_response_michael_saylor_needs_to/g5o6vww/

So many new trolls here.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 00:24:24
/r/btc/comments/iut3ny/coinmarketcapcom_and_other_similar_sites_do_not/g5o6awq/

Sounds like another new anti-BCH troll to me. Some of the false assumptions are classic troll talking points.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 00:17:45
/r/btc/comments/iut3ny/coinmarketcapcom_and_other_similar_sites_do_not/g5o653i/

IMO, solve scaling and none of that will matter when BCH goes viral.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 00:15:52
/r/btc/comments/iuvo4o/majamalu_the_miners_have_the_power_to_decide_in/g5o5l0v/

Well said. Not sure it argues for the BMP due to the potential for misuse and abuse I believe the BMP has. If we made sure I was wrong about those concerns I still wonder if stated opinions vs actual mining hash might differ (substantially?). Also, is it really best for BCH to make miner voting easier than it is already? I am not sure it is.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 00:09:28
/r/btc/comments/iuy0sk/btc_stolen/g5o4sje/

Depends on the exchange and how it happened. I hope some still care about their reputation.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 00:00:47
/r/btc/comments/ip1bvf/understanding_noifp/g5nmrmd/

I do not trust BU due mostly to their n-chain funding and failure to stand up for BCH and some of their leadership appears to be anti-BCH (anti-Bitcoin dream). Most of the nodes could be replacements in time, but IMO only BCHN is really making that happen asap. A soft fork seems bad in some ways, but it is easy for an opponent to turn it into a hard one if they do not like how soft it is. It is one of many false arguments created by anti-Bitcoin forces to manipulate the community. If BCHN is an attack, they will not make an obvious code flaw. They will use something like Segwit that we can't tell is bad until we try to scale or they will just pretend to work for the dream of Bitcoin and drag their heels and be willing to try dangerous new code like BU and BSV seem to be willing to do. I respect testing such code in an alternate node, but not on the reference node. If the BCHN mob kills ABC as it hopes, it may not matter anymore if many eyes are watching BCHN.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 17, 2020 21:12:17
/r/btc/comments/iue0io/announcing_the_support_big_bubbler_fund/g5nk5ol/

Welcome to r/btc new troll. Thanks for the advice and showcasing your dishonesty. I would rather see the miner's donations spent wisely on BCH infrastructure development as intended and expected.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 17, 2020 20:49:32
/r/btc/comments/iue0io/announcing_the_support_big_bubbler_fund/g5njjv9/

> That may be because of too many crazy people like you here. Nah, even you should see that's very unlikely and obviously not the problem here.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 17, 2020 20:44:21
/r/btc/comments/inxm7i/psa_re_abc_will_reorg_the_bchn_chain_all_it_takes/g5njatw/

Mining hash and profit are usually closely linked to coin value unless there is a war going on or coming soon. Gaming the DAA is just greedy amoral business. I agree the single entity enforcing the IFP is a bad thing. I wish it was community supported and we will see if it is miner supported. That said, there are almost no posts arguing for the IFP. That's not how the pro-IFP social engineering would work if there was any. Instead we have stupid dictatorial behavior by Amaury. The IFP is a good idea in theory and may make ABCBCH into a real Bitcoin, but he has botched the rollout and implementation. Professional community-manipulators are clearly not on the pro IFP side. There are many here working to fool us though. That's why I am suspect of BCHN. They are backed by anti-BCH forces. I do hope they are legit though. I understand your concern in the last paragraph. It does look bad. I have not lost faith that ABC is doing the bad thing for the good reason and the tendency towards centralization will be repaired later on after we can scale and have better zero-conf.. It is risky, but if it works right this model should be faster and better for reaching the goal we both dream of. Loss of the community is a big delaying problem, but rebuilding the open source projects from "scratch" with professional developers could be the magic bullet BCH needed all along.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 17, 2020 20:42:03
/r/btc/comments/iue0io/announcing_the_support_big_bubbler_fund/g5nh6yd/

LOL, TY anyway

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 17, 2020 20:22:28
/r/btc/comments/iue0io/announcing_the_support_big_bubbler_fund/g5nh3y3/

You two are like enraged twins except he is more calm and calculating.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 17, 2020 20:21:40
/r/btc/comments/itx7r6/dont_forget_we_have_bitcoin_unlimited_and_other/g5jdm5n/

Dishonest social engineering with some truth mixed in.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 21:41:11
/r/btc/comments/iu18p8/does_it_make_sense_to_woo_erc20_token_projects_to/g5ivajy/

Maybe after November 15.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 18:53:32
/r/btc/comments/it549z/enjoy_your_free_ifp_airdrop_when_we_finally_say/g5iuuc0/

You or the person I was replying to said there was harm. I did not move that goal post. I still say no evidence of bad intent towards BCH. I also hate uncertainty. It is bad. ABC has been up front about their intentions. So has BCHN although I think they will fork after claiming they would not. I think it is the miners that are the uncertainty and they are not required to make their intentions known in advance, especially months in advance when they may change their mind over time.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 18:49:23
/r/btc/comments/itur7w/bahamas_will_start_using_its_own_digital_currency/g5itzny/

Yes they have a lot of sand, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 18:41:31
/r/btc/comments/ip1bvf/understanding_noifp/g5itvh7/

You were not a supporter of the BCH fork from BTC? Or you just don't like hard-fork upgrades unless everyone agrees with all the details? I like the idea of multiple competing nodes. Unless they can replace each other they do not really count. Real competing nodes would require serious funding that we do not even have for one node yet. Higher coin values can make that better decentralization possible. You can't pick up where most dead ends ends. There is a reason for the end. Complicated code changes like Segwit for instance could end or permanently hobble BTC someday in a way we do not yet see coming. If BCHN was an attack, they could break their nodes future without us seeing it coming until it is too late. I do not want that to be true and am hopeful it is not.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 18:40:26
/r/btc/comments/inxm7i/psa_re_abc_will_reorg_the_bchn_chain_all_it_takes/g5isves/

Most miners mine BTC because it is the most profitable if you will be selling most of the rewards (rather than holding) to pay the electricity bills. Which one was first is unlikely to matter to most miners. The BCH ethos does not demand BCH fans mine BCH. Most BCH friendly hash probably mines BTC and will mine BCH when it is worth more than BTC. It is business. We can't go viral until we can scale. I believe stopping that is a primary goal of the anti-Bitcoin forces. Your arguments were developed by them to delay us.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 18:31:20
/r/btc/comments/itu0d0/big_bubblers_bitcoin_cash_bitcoin_world_view_as/g5ildxt/

The troll army claims he is useless and never does anything important. I think this is unlikely, but I am not qualified to judge the code work in quality or quantity. His recent complaints about funding were directly related to his team being so busy with maintenance they could not spend time on the important "big upgrades" you wonder about. This IFP is all about fixing that problem.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 17:36:43
/r/btc/comments/ita4sc/deadalnix_saying_if_bitcoin_had_launched_with_ifp/g5iklpu/

Ya thanks for mentioning that, I am aware of his history. He was supporting Bitcoin and other freedoms not allowed by his Gov.. The "other freedoms" got him in trouble. US Homeland Security took my crypto in June of 2018 claiming I had also violated freedoms they do not believe in. I have not been charged and they still have most all my crypto wealth. Anyway, I do hope Shrem sees the light (BCH) eventually. I get the advantage of avoiding management by committee for now. I do wish you would say nice things about the idea of and support a future more-decentralized BCH. This thread is probably not the best place to pledge your allegiance to that idea though.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 17:31:01
/r/btc/comments/ita4sc/deadalnix_saying_if_bitcoin_had_launched_with_ifp/g5ikjqa/

Ya thanks for mentioning that, I am aware of his history. He was supporting Bitcoin and other freedoms not allowed by his Gov.. The "other freedoms" got him in trouble. US Homeland Security took my crypto in June of 2018 claiming I had also violated freedoms they do not believe in. I have not been charged and they still have most all my crypto wealth. Anyway, I do hope Shrem sees the light (BCH) eventually. I get the advantage of avoiding management by committee for now. I do wish you would say nice things about the idea of and support a future more-decentralized BCH. This thread is probably not the best place to pledge your allegiance to that idea though.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 17:30:37
/r/btc/comments/itu0d0/big_bubblers_bitcoin_cash_bitcoin_world_view_as/g5ihgw4/

I have been resisting the "troll army" attacks for a couple years here. If you do not believe in that ongoing attack, OK. If you do believe in it, I can only say I had my finger on the pulse of their attack when this all happened a few months ago and called it out at the time as I could see 'very unusual levels of troll activity' when it started. I was not the only one who pointed it out at the time. They did recruit real community members to join them quite quickly. It was a team of the troll army and their recruits after that. For weeks it seemed like the troll army almost disappeared because they were finally on the same side of most issues as the "good guys". People not liking what ABC is doing with their node does not make them "bad" in the sense of anti-BCH. I believe they still mean well towards BCH even though they are not being very nice about it. The BCH miners will decide if they want to do these donations. If they want to, the anti-donations mob on social media is attacking their goals and freedom to support BCH. Even if well intended, I think it can be argued both sides have gone "bad". The arguments are both very weak though if they both mean well.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 17:09:59
/r/btc/comments/itu0d0/big_bubblers_bitcoin_cash_bitcoin_world_view_as/g5ig5q9/

I do not want to name names of developers that are super smart but socially awkward, but I think they are pretty common in the tech space. Otherwise I agree it does not have to be someone like that to be productive.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 17:01:23
/r/btc/comments/itu0d0/big_bubblers_bitcoin_cash_bitcoin_world_view_as/g5gz3ri/

And a 3 year track record of loyalty and dedication to the dream. It is scary though. I am not a fan of relying on trust in this space. Edit: And I believe the funding is needed for fast progress and I believe the IFP was requested by the miners that will be paying for it. There may be other arguments as well. "Trust me" is not really an argument anyway. IMO, claiming it is the only argument is not factual. It is a valid concern though.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 09:59:03
/r/btc/comments/itumgm/is_it_true_please_see/g5gude0/

That depends on what you were trying to say in the thread. I guessed what you meant. If my comment was not helpful, I must have misunderstood.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 09:11:57
/r/btc/comments/itu0d0/big_bubblers_bitcoin_cash_bitcoin_world_view_as/g5gsezo/

>I have listen to other developers and they are much more "human" what they say makes a lot more sense I can't tell who is the better developer either. I do believe some of the best seem "less human". Rumor has it it is a rare person who is both at the same time. I do hope the nicer developers of whom you speak are as good or better than Amaury. The more talent for BCH the better.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 08:50:54
/r/btc/comments/itu0d0/big_bubblers_bitcoin_cash_bitcoin_world_view_as/g5grm8d/

>Am I a Troll to you? That is not really my current theory about you. I have not tried to do a deep dive into your past post history to find that out. You do repeat their talking points and seem to believe their false assumptions like many who have lost faith in Amaury. Now that most of the community seems to be on the same side as the trolls it is harder to know.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 08:41:59
/r/btc/comments/it5l63/will_bitcoin_miners_allow_a_rogue_development/g5gotxf/

That is the point of better-funding development.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 08:08:03
/r/btc/comments/it549z/enjoy_your_free_ifp_airdrop_when_we_finally_say/g5gorrk/

Still no evidence of harm. You just think it is bad.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 08:07:16
/r/btc/comments/itsjbi/heartbreaking_embarrassing_demotivating_is_whats/g5gohgv/

Thanks for the FUD.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 08:03:27
/r/btc/comments/itt9pt/current_state_of_bch/g5goenm/

Well memed.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 08:02:26
/r/btc/comments/it549z/enjoy_your_free_ifp_airdrop_when_we_finally_say/g5fx4e0/

Not proven is the troll army argument strategy (aka dishonest). But, yes, it is all voluntary.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 00:39:00
/r/btc/comments/it5l63/will_bitcoin_miners_allow_a_rogue_development/g5fwz86/

That is the short-term effect. In the longer term I would expect the better funded development to produce rewards faster and make BCH worth more faster which leads to greater profits for BCH miners.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 00:37:20
/r/btc/comments/it549z/enjoy_your_free_ifp_airdrop_when_we_finally_say/g5fwp38/

Your long response is so full of false assumptions I do not have time to cover them all. I will say that ABC's determination of what code to add to their node code is up to them. Assuming they are doing what they think is best for BCH, ignoring the social media mob's complaints is understandable and not evidence of evil intent. The troll army's social engineering firms have spun it as that so professionally most all of our social media community has fallen for the dishonesty. Assuming ABC is "shorting" BCH is probably just a troll army inspired wild accusation meant to enrage and divide the community. They know many enjoy the Amaury hate. You do not know what Hong Kong corporation would have been used, but sending it all to ABC headquarters to be distributed to developers willing to make BCH better is what we should want. I do agree Amaury has taken on too much power and missed a chance to make the "8% council" neutral by giving away all the power to distribute the funds. Still, I see no evidence he is doing all these things with bad intentions towards BCH. You may not like it and you do not have to support his node. I am not happy with his actions either. I am just standing against false claims used to harm the community. I also see no better team stepping up to offer to do the work ABC has been doing.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 00:34:04
/r/btc/comments/it549z/enjoy_your_free_ifp_airdrop_when_we_finally_say/g5fv83w/

> Too much power always corrupts. This is the dishonest component the social engineering firms added to the discussions to manipulate and divide the community.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 00:17:28
/r/btc/comments/it549z/enjoy_your_free_ifp_airdrop_when_we_finally_say/g5fv3yg/

I would guess he thinks you are dumb and that he is doing what is best for BCH. He hopes you will fork off if you can't see why this is a good idea.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 00:16:13
/r/btc/comments/ip1bvf/understanding_noifp/g5fuw7b/

> IMO, ABC is now either an attacker or captured by an attacker. That is what the troll army keeps telling us over and over every day. I do agree Amaury has taken on too much power and control over the IFP. I just continue to hope he is doing it to make BCH into a real Bitcoin quickly. The arguments he is evil and has bad intentions are all full of false assumptions and dishonesty. I watched as the anti-BCH troll army crafted their attacks on ABC, Amaury and the IFP. The community is falling for the social engineering and the BCHN fork may be an intentional dead end sold as our savior. I hope not.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 00:13:53
/r/btc/comments/it5l63/will_bitcoin_miners_allow_a_rogue_development/g5fudlk/

That is the troll mantra, well stated as usual.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 00:08:22
/r/btc/comments/inxm7i/psa_re_abc_will_reorg_the_bchn_chain_all_it_takes/g5fu7id/

I believe you are mistaken about many miners today. That was mostly true at the BCH/BTC fork. The mistake the miners made by supporting the corrupted chain that cannot scale taught many to look beyond the moment-to-moment profits at the longer term profit potential. This was shown at the BCH/BSV fork. I believe ABC may or may not get defended by BTC miners depending on the miners opinion of the chains longer term profit potential. A chain that has well-funded development may well seem like a good bet. Many BCH believers mine BTC now, but they know a real Bitcoin that can scale (like BCH is trying to become) will be much bigger profit for them than BTC seems likely to become.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 16, 2020 00:06:37
/r/btc/comments/it69p4/busting_the_myth_that_the_ifp_wouldve_prevented/g5fta83/

Maybe you are an anti-Bitcoin troll like Scotty who thinks your article is "Brilliant"? Your conclusion that ABC is turning into Blockstream 2.0 is deeply flawed and probably written for people who want to believe it by the social engineering firms attacking BCH these days. Blockstream is just the fall-guy for an attack that corrupted BTC to keep it from becoming sufficiently decentralized (un-stoppable) peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. That makes them anti-Bitcoin. ABC is clearly pro-Bitcoin and the lies used to make them look like they are anti-Bitcoin are all weak attacks. Sadly, many are willing to believe the lies because it feels so good to hate.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 23:57:20
/r/btc/comments/it9dv1/get_the_real_story_behind_bitcoincash_from_the/g5fq22i/

The whole interview is pretty good. Shrem is apparently unaware BTC was captured and corrupted, but he sounds like he means well. Maybe he is dishonest and fooled me or it will take time for the brainwashing to wear off. I would have liked to hear Amaury say that, yes, he is being a dictator now, but after he makes BCH into a real Bitcoin he intends to transition back to a more decentralized way of doing things. I do agree it is hard to figure out how to do that properly.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 23:29:18
/r/btc/comments/ita4sc/deadalnix_saying_if_bitcoin_had_launched_with_ifp/g5fph6a/

The whole interview is pretty good. Shrem is apparently unaware BTC was captured and corrupted, but he sounds like he means well. Maybe he is dishonest and fooled me or it will take time for the brainwashing to wear off. I would have liked to hear Amaury say that, yes, he is being a dictator now, but after he makes BCH into a real Bitcoin he intends to transition back to a more decentralized way of doing things. I do agree it is hard to figure out how to do that properly.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 23:24:27
/r/btc/comments/ita4sc/deadalnix_saying_if_bitcoin_had_launched_with_ifp/g5fp9nt/

The massive Blockstream-level disinformation campaign is opposed to the IFP, ABC and Amaury. Pro-Amaury posts are few and far between. Even I agree he is doing stupid stuff by taking control of most of the 8%.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 23:22:33
/r/btc/comments/itaqhy/confused_why_this_reddit_page_is_called_bitcoin/g5ffo71/

You seem to be dishonest or new to Bitcoin. This page is about Bitcoin now known as Bitcoin Cash. BTC-Bitcoin is a fake that was real before it's capture and intentional corruption. [https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/the-troll-army-still-cant-stop-magic-internet-money-c5ad0453](https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/the-troll-army-still-cant-stop-magic-internet-money-c5ad0453)

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 21:52:32
/r/btc/comments/itf54y/what_are_bchns_plans_for_preconsensusava/g5fey2r/

BSV had the same mistaken confidence based on BCH mining hash. BTC miners may or may not defend the ABC chain and I bet you know that is what really matters. Honesty is not your thing anymore.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 21:45:52
/r/btc/comments/itlkkb/what_design_do_you_like_best_for_the_new_bitcoin/g5fdmjt/

I like 9. but I think the word "Cash" should be white also. Less potential confusion. I would not suggest Bitcoin is anonymous since it isn't usually.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 21:33:50
/r/btc/comments/it549z/enjoy_your_free_ifp_airdrop_when_we_finally_say/g5cg1d7/

How have they proved that? They are not perfect, but where is the evidence of harm or harmful intent?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 07:29:54
/r/btc/comments/it549z/enjoy_your_free_ifp_airdrop_when_we_finally_say/g5cfxmh/

There is no evidence he is no longer benevolent. The attacks on him have everyone claiming this without evidence. I agree he has too much power and this IFP is making it worse. Too bad no one tried to fix that problem and take the IFP funding out of his control. The anti-BCH army stopped the community from thinking rationally and we get the break-up of BCH instead.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 07:28:20
/r/btc/comments/it5l63/will_bitcoin_miners_allow_a_rogue_development/g5cfjj8/

If BCH miners can get BTC miners to help pay for BCH developer funding it would be a win for BCH. Powerful forces oppose this dream. IMO, the OP Zac works for the dark forces opposed to funding BCH developers. He appears to be a very professional social engineering agent here to damage BCH. His well crafted messages are very persuasive to most.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 07:22:25
/r/btc/comments/it5ulh/bch_going_below_200_because_of_this_split_drama/g5cf500/

Uncertainty and infighting is a problem atm.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 07:16:10
/r/btc/comments/ipzj0n/imo_the_tax_is_not_a_big_deal_just_add_it_and/g5ceqmt/

The IFP is not a breach, but I do agree Amaury has too much power and the "council" is not a solution to that problem.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 07:09:52
/r/btc/comments/ip1bvf/understanding_noifp/g5celmg/

I agree Amaury has too much power, but BCH needs developer funding or we will be too slow to hit the window of opportunity. That's why the anti-BCH army is behind the anti-ABC movement.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 07:07:38
/r/btc/comments/ip1bvf/understanding_noifp/g5cea81/

The IFP is designed to make donations fair (between miners). If you allow the current situation with "free riders" not donating, the whole concept collapses. NChain and Core were attackers or captured by attackers. ABC is, in theory, trying to make BCH better faster.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 07:02:22
/r/btc/comments/inxm7i/psa_re_abc_will_reorg_the_bchn_chain_all_it_takes/g5ce2y9/

I was only referring to the battle. BSV had one as well. They were disappointed to find their 50+% hash was not enough to stand up to our BTC-miner defenders hash that came to save BCH from the attack.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 06:59:02
/r/btc/comments/iq08ap/after_we_have_rejected_the_ifp_tax_bitcoin_cash/g5cdwh8/

That is the troll agenda. Keep us from going viral and taking over the world.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 06:56:02
/r/btc/comments/ilw75z/just_like_communism_btc_cores_ideas_are_so/g5cdu8x/

Anti-BCH trolls have been mis-characterizing the mod logs for years.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 06:54:59
/r/btc/comments/ipzj0n/imo_the_tax_is_not_a_big_deal_just_add_it_and/g5cdq5x/

That is what the trolls have been claiming for months.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 06:53:05
/r/btc/comments/isurp6/electron_cash_history_filter_plugin/g5cdlq1/

Good to hear!

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 06:50:58
/r/btc/comments/istasv/the_latest_propaganda_piece_by_bitcoin_abc_after/g5cdjno/

Do you run Bitmain and can say this with confidence? Otherwise you are stating hopes as facts.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 06:49:58
/r/btc/comments/irq8nt/amaury_sechet_udeadalnix_has_been_removed_as_a/g5ccui4/

Making the decision in advance for the miners. Ya, that's how it is supposed to work. /s

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 06:38:01
/r/btc/comments/irvf33/what_caused_amaury_to_become_controversial/g5cclhs/

Appears to be an "ignorance troll" post designed by social engineers to stir the outrage.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 06:33:41
/r/btc/comments/irvoue/how_are_new_investors_reacting_to_the_current_bch/g5ccaho/

This is not a smart time to push BCH to new people. It is likely to lose value and there could be tragic results coming soon.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 06:28:19
/r/btc/comments/iscf7w/against_the_ifp/g5cay16/

> Disrupting the nature of p2p cash to line ABC’s pockets One of the many flawed assumptions in this article.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 06:03:44
/r/btc/comments/isj96h/new_found_appreciation_for_this_sub/g5c90hy/

Only BSV and dishonest trolls claim Bitcoin can be or intends to scale by just making blocks bigger. One thing you are missing is that LN will mostly be run by corporations and have KYC/AML regulations requiring you provide personal information to use it. And, it can't scale without bigger blocks.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 05:25:27
/r/btc/comments/isj96h/new_found_appreciation_for_this_sub/g5c7vaw/

It will take time for the "BTC Koolaid" to wear off. Many of the things you believe about it are false and social engineering was used to fool you into believing them.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 05:02:30
/r/btc/comments/islaxe/now_this_is_getting_sad_lol/g5c7kh6/

Sad but true.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 04:56:28
/r/btc/comments/isob8v/bitcoin_abc_going_to_obtain_the_bch_ticker/g5c760o/

This new account does not appear to be honest.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 04:48:28
/r/btc/comments/isob8v/bitcoin_abc_going_to_obtain_the_bch_ticker/g5c71jy/

Yes. Many are trying to replace our main node team.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 04:46:00
/r/btc/comments/isob8v/bitcoin_abc_going_to_obtain_the_bch_ticker/g5c6zi6/

It will be up to the miners. Unless I am mistaken, no one can know yet. People who say they know are probably misleading you intentionally or are just mistaken.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 04:44:53
/r/btc/comments/isq5tz/bitcoin_cash_and_its_true_competition_hint_its/g5c6o6i/

There may be other crypto's looking to be p2p cash as well. None of the other Bitcoins are serious competitors thus far.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 04:38:32
/r/btc/comments/isq5tz/bitcoin_cash_and_its_true_competition_hint_its/g5c6len/

BTC is not a real competitor. It just pretends so well people have been fooled into thinking it is.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 04:36:57
/r/btc/comments/iss8ag/orphaning_proifp_blocks_at_november_15/g5c5xuk/

Anti-ABC social engineering troll post with anti-BCH dishonesty mixed in.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 04:24:06
/r/btc/comments/ist3du/jim_cramer_took_the_red_pill_on_todays_episode_of/g5c5oxt/

Sad to see him fooled by Pomp into thinking BTC-Bitcoin has a big upside when it is nearly maxed out and can only rise slowly. BCH should be the obvious alternative, but I fear BCH is in great danger at the moment.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 04:19:09
/r/btc/comments/istasv/the_latest_propaganda_piece_by_bitcoin_abc_after/g5c4p9e/

ABC's blog assumes ABC will have the majority of the hash power. I think that is possible and opponents should not be too confident that this blog is not accurate. Pretending you know now is dishonest of course. Unless ABC knows something I don't, it sounds like they may be making the same assumption without really knowing as well.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 03:59:58
/r/btc/comments/isurp6/electron_cash_history_filter_plugin/g5c461w/

Careful. Plug-ins have access to your funds. Zip files can also be dangerous. If this developer is legit, great. Just saying be careful.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 03:50:06
/r/btc/comments/iswp23/who_makes_decisions_in_bitcoin_cash/g5c2hgk/

I would guess someone has funded his efforts. Just guessing though.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 03:19:51
/r/btc/comments/it2z9f/the_seven_pillars_of_bitcoin/g5c1qjl/

IMO, there are two pillars to the current BTC-Bitcoin success level. Price manipulation and dishonest social engineering like most of this author's writings.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 03:07:02
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They might if it helps them with their anti-Bitcoin agenda in some way. If anyone really tried to turn BTC into a real Bitcoin they would be attacked viciously like BCH has been. I think any real attempt to fork BTC to make it into a real Bitcoin would be more likely to happen on BCH, but it does seem possible to try, especially if BCH is destroyed in some way.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 03:01:50
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Good ideas, but also good distractions from the crucial need to develop the ability to scale for massive worldwide adoption. Once BCH has that, it can go viral and make all the work on adoption before that seem like learning to ride a bike with training wheels.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 10, 2020 05:49:21
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I do not have the energy left to explain again or counter your dishonesty. You know the money is for BCH and not "for him". The dishonesty of your team is so disgusting.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 10, 2020 05:44:52
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> Was the BSV split bad for BCH? Yes, very bad. It also split the community and was an attack on BCH. IMO, BSV only has value due to it's chain-owners wealthy price manipulation and dishonest social engineering propping up it's reputation. A fork now may drop BCH to something like 30th in market cap or lower. Very bad for BCH funding of apps and the protocol. This fork is exactly what the anti-Bitcoin (aka anti-BCH) forces have been working towards since their last successful splitting of the community (BSV).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on September 10, 2020 05:41:43
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