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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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Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 4, 2020 07:22:38
/r/btc/comments/hky9e3/poll_what_should_bchs_1_focus_be/fww7cbb/

The anti-BCH army of social engineering agents is bigger than the number of active BCH fans. IMO, your suggestion would be to feed that army and let them make us look bad some more.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 4, 2020 07:20:05
/r/btc/comments/hky9e3/poll_what_should_bchs_1_focus_be/fww771q/

The ability to allow unlimited viral growth would allow us to encourage that with killer apps and many big-picture adoption strategies we should not attempt until we can handle the load. Once we can, I think something will happen that causes massive worldwide adoption that dwarfs all the past strategies.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 4, 2020 07:17:39
/r/btc/comments/hkbja1/2_questions_about_bch_block_time_why_the_block/fww6wod/

Why do you think they say it is not that easy? Are you suggesting changing from sha-256 mining and having a different set of miners than BTC has?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 4, 2020 07:12:47
/r/btc/comments/hkeid1/having_marc_as_our_new_leader_is_certainly_a_step/fwu6yhc/

You make the perfect defense for the very professional social engineering attacks on BCH. I don't have time now to point out the errors, but, I will try to get back to this.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 3, 2020 16:23:24
/r/btc/comments/hjy8e3/bch_scaling_for_the_globe_bitcoin_cash_2020/fwu6l5a/

I feel like we are being intentionally distracted from becoming a real peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people by these calls to ignore that goal for now. Until we can "go viral", I believe we need to be working on that current failure to be a real Bitcoin. Of course adoption is important as well.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 3, 2020 16:19:57
/r/btc/comments/hkbja1/2_questions_about_bch_block_time_why_the_block/fwu6780/

fair point, although, I hear it is hard not to stand there. We have not found the key to leave the boxing ring yet.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 3, 2020 16:16:22
/r/btc/comments/hkeid1/having_marc_as_our_new_leader_is_certainly_a_step/fwseany/

"They" are sophisticated professionals and good at fooling people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 3, 2020 04:57:03
/r/btc/comments/hkfdzo/mayhem_tactics/fwse5fe/

All good but the part where you tell people what time they should go to bed and wake up. Sleeping is good advice, of course.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 3, 2020 04:54:35
/r/btc/comments/hkexdk/does_anyone_else_notice_the_weird_price_movement/fwsbjnw/

I believe it is: If any coin makes a move, people use other trading pairs to buy that coin using other coins due to price lag between the pairs. That creates demand for coins that can buy the mover cheaper than buying the mover with fiat or fiat denominated stablecoin.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 3, 2020 04:11:32
/r/btc/comments/hkbja1/2_questions_about_bch_block_time_why_the_block/fws9bsl/

Do you know of a better algo? I hear it is hard to fix.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 3, 2020 03:36:04
/r/btc/comments/hkbja1/2_questions_about_bch_block_time_why_the_block/fws99ib/

Shame them yes. Blame them for harming BCH because we allowed it? Ya, I think that as well. If someone hits you in the face, do you say "I can't blame you for that since my face was so easy to hit"? If they are anti-BCH, then these comments are more like praise. If they are just greedy and do not care about what BCH is trying to do for the world, I think they are valuing short-term profits over larger longer-term profits.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 3, 2020 03:35:05
/r/btc/comments/hkeid1/having_marc_as_our_new_leader_is_certainly_a_step/fws853l/

Hey Micropresident, have you realized "the jig is up" recently? LOL I must have missed that part of the article.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 3, 2020 03:17:46
/r/btc/comments/hkeid1/having_marc_as_our_new_leader_is_certainly_a_step/fws7rs5/

Is no leaders or many leaders the goal? Anyway, Marc was a good guy for BCH and now it is hard to tell if he is helpful or not. Is he saying his team will be moving ahead and doing the work ABC used to do? And doing it better? That might be great if his team is not infiltrated with anti-Bitcoin forces pretending to love BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 3, 2020 03:12:12
/r/btc/comments/hjtc97/can_we_move_this_sub_to_rbch/fws71rb/

I hope BITCOIN can get r/bitcoin back. It is not a BCH thing. Ya, the corruption would be time consuming to reverse.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 3, 2020 03:01:27
/r/btc/comments/hk90lq/how_bitcoin_was_corrupted_from_the_inside_crypt0s/fws6tot/

Many good points made in this video. Corruption of BTC is towards the end.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 3, 2020 02:58:07
/r/btc/comments/hkbf5r/a_story_of_how_amaury_broken_difficulty/fws0sy3/

If there was a better option back then (or a better one available now), how come no one is saying so loudly now to try to get the current one replaced by a better one? Or am I just not hearing about it yet?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 3, 2020 01:34:37
/r/btc/comments/hkbja1/2_questions_about_bch_block_time_why_the_block/fwrtokj/

I believe the answer is that miners are "gaming" our difficulty adjustment (code) to profiteer. This often harms the user experience. Whether they are evil or just greedy, they are not supporting BCH in a way that makes it become more valuable over time as quickly as it might. Various strategies to stop this harmful behavior are being discussed.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 3, 2020 00:07:41
/r/btc/comments/hjy8e3/bch_scaling_for_the_globe_bitcoin_cash_2020/fwr42ra/

I appreciate your great efforts and did not mean to seem negative about the celebration. I just want everyone to know scaling is still a goal to work on before they go to the conference. Pretending may have been the wrong word, but, less confusing language would be nice to see. Maybe something like 'the Bitcoin that scales best' or that is 'committed to scaling to allow massive worldwide adoption' or ....

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 19:42:01
/r/btc/comments/hjtc97/can_we_move_this_sub_to_rbch/fwr3axp/

We were all in r/bitcoin in the early days (before it was corrupted) following your suggestion. We all loved BTC as well. It was Bitcoin before it's capture. We are not happy things went the way they did and forced us here. Moving a community was very difficult and we do not want to have to do that again.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 19:34:36
/r/btc/comments/hjtc97/can_we_move_this_sub_to_rbch/fwr2xhs/

Centralization is a sliding scale and I believe the BCH team cares more about decentralization than any other Bitcoin project. In many way's that's what matters. For now, I agree BCH is too centralized even though it is the least centralized of the Bitcoins. BTC does have use cases if not too popular. It is just not striving for the goal any real Bitcoin would strive for (provide peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). That's not subjective even though the anti-Bitcoin team does try to pretend it is a lot. Blocksize is not really affecting mining centralization. That is happening regardless and I hope will be addressed even though it was a WP-expected result of any real Bitcoin's success. Not everything is objective, but, BCH being the only Bitcoin project still seriously working to become a real Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people) is really beyond dispute. Many dishonest people do provide fake logic arguments to try to fool the public on that subject, but, the facts are clear at this point.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 19:31:03
/r/btc/comments/hjvjy0/please_explain_me_why_the_hell_do_you_support_bch/fwr1g5j/

BCH is the only Bitcoin project still seriously working to provide peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. And, that's what Bitcoin was created to do. We discuss real Bitcoin progress here. This sub was created before BCH forked away from the fake Bitcoin (BTC), but, after r/Bitcoin was captured and corrupted. This is the real BTC sub.. We just have not flipped the name back yet.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 19:17:08
/r/btc/comments/hjxbs8/11_trillion_offshore_assets_uncovered_after_100/fwr0pi2/

Bullish for crypto adoption

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 19:10:17
/r/btc/comments/hjy8e3/bch_scaling_for_the_globe_bitcoin_cash_2020/fwr03e4/

Please don't pretend we can scale already. We scale better than other Bitcoins, but, we can not yet handle massive worldwide adoption. That is all we really need to be a real Bitcoin. I am glad we are working on that goal! I wan't BCH to be able to go viral and not hit a ceiling like BTC is already close to.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 19:04:38
/r/btc/comments/hk0k6x/bitcoin_drops_first_and_hardestonce_again/fwqzj61/

Dumping a fake bitcoin while it is worth this much is smart.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 18:59:32
/r/btc/comments/hk179p/anyone_else_excited_about_the_next_cycle/fwqyp6p/

We just need to keep building. There is nothing to see on BTC. We need to make the something awesome to see here (like a killer app or the ability to scale for massive worldwide adoption) and people will look away from the fake Bitcoin. Once it starts, it will be a sudden and "unexpected" rise more intense than any BTC moon run. Everyone is waiting for the turn. They just need to believe BCH is the one. Since BTC can't scale to be the one, we just need to outgrow it's small size.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 18:51:53
/r/btc/comments/hk1b4i/bitcoin_is_the_great_opportunity_you_need_to/fwqycwe/

Can this person get sued for fraud when the truth comes out if people follow the advice and lose a lot of money?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 18:48:45
/r/btc/comments/hjtc97/can_we_move_this_sub_to_rbch/fwoktg8/

This smacks of an attempt to capture this sub by tricking Reddit into thinking the anti-Bitcoin forces that bought r/Bitcoin deserve to own this sub also.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 06:47:00
/r/btc/comments/hjtc97/can_we_move_this_sub_to_rbch/fwokbay/

BTC has been captured and development centralized. The new owners have removed the primary use case of any real Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). XMR? XMR is no Bitcoin. I said BCH was most like a real Bitcoin. Maybe XMR is better than a Bitcoin? I am not commenting on that topic.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 06:39:13
/r/btc/comments/hjtc97/can_we_move_this_sub_to_rbch/fwok17h/

BCH is the real Bitcoin. We are the real threat to the status quo. The anti-Bitcoin forces that captured BTC will follow us anywhere and everywhere until the public sees the truth they are hiding.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 06:34:48
/r/btc/comments/hjtc97/can_we_move_this_sub_to_rbch/fwojl0z/

Not really. Confusion and uncertainty are intentionally injected into the issues by anti-crypto forces.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 06:27:43
/r/btc/comments/hjtc97/can_we_move_this_sub_to_rbch/fwoixtu/

r/Bitcoin is also. We should trade and get our sub back. We created this one before BCH existed to escape the censorship and corruption of r/Bitcoin. We still discus Bitcoin here as we should.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 06:17:32
/r/btc/comments/hjtc97/can_we_move_this_sub_to_rbch/fwoissb/

BCH may not be Bitcoin, but, it is more like a real Bitcoin than any other project.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 06:15:16
/r/btc/comments/hjtc97/can_we_move_this_sub_to_rbch/fwodm16/

Only anti-Bitcoin forces push for that. They do it most every day. This is the real Bitcoin discussion forum. We just like BCH because it is still a real Bitcoin.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 04:49:32
/r/btc/comments/hjrabj/genuine_question_why_do_a_lot_of_exchanges_force/fwobgx3/

Like the many social engineering agents that like to bring up this topic, they are trying to slow down the creation of a successful peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 04:14:53
/r/btc/comments/hjt16d/sorry_if_this_is_dumb_but_why_havent_we_changed/fwobbfk/

This is the real Bitcoin discussion forum. We just like BCH because it is still a real Bitcoin.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 04:12:23
/r/btc/comments/hjapbv/banned_youtuber_raises_60k_in_bitcoin_cash_from/fwob83a/

I do not see how this is relevant to me? Are you pretending I support banning or censorship?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 04:10:51
/r/btc/comments/hjfrb6/which_will_be_the_first_to_flip_btc/fwoawki/

More Anti-BCH rhetoric.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 04:05:37
/r/btc/comments/hjc5lp/alt_coins_following_bitcoin/fwoatnc/

All coins follow any coin that makes a move. The social engineering story that alts follow Bitcoin is technically true, but, that does not mean what they pretend it means.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 04:04:16
/r/btc/comments/hjdein/worth_the_click_comedians_bill_burr_bert/fwoal8c/

My comment under the video: 'It was big in 2017, so, where is Bitcoin now?' All of crypto (there are many flavors and kinds with many different goals) is young and still getting it's feet under it. BTC-Bitcoin (the original Bitcoin) WAS headed to great heights back in 2015-2017. Bill asked if Bitcoin was considered a threat to the status quo. Yes, it was a threat to old money and USD entrenched businesses like banks. It's goal was not to destroy USD or banks, but, to provide peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. Provide an alternative without unlimited inflation (where the newly printed money gets to be spent by the group that prints it). Instead, of making holders of USD less wealthy over time, when the total amount of Bitcoin goes up in value, everyone who owns some grows more wealthy. Pomp is a salesman for BTC-Bitcoin. IMO, he tries not to mention other cryptocurrencies and tries not to admit what has happened to the BTC-Bitcoin he currently supports. An army of social engineering agents (including Pomp) on all social media are poised to call me crazy, but, I will tell you what I think happened to the original Bitcoin. It was a threat, so, massive funding was used to infiltrate and capture the Bitcoin project years ago. The new owners who gained control of it's code development intentionally broke it so it can no longer become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. They put a limit on how many people can use it per day. They sometimes try to hide this fact in many ways such as claiming it is now a "store of value" instead of what Bitcoin was originally intended to be. In 2017 it hit it's top limit for users using it when it was worth 20,000USD. Today it is hard for it to go over $10,000 as it is currently near the intentionally added limit of users already. So, if I am right how can BTC-Bitcoin still be worth so much? It appears to be a house of cards supported by two strong pillars of support. One is massive market price manipulation and the other is the massive social engineering effort fooling the public into thinking BTC is still a real "Bitcoin" with great financial up-side. Many of the "people" who say they agree BTC is great are just social engineering accounts pretending to be real humans, but, many real humans also believe in the fantasy. This situation has already lasted much longer that I expected, so, I think BTC is still a pretty good short-term investment. OK, what I really mean is "gamble". I think all of crypto is still a gamble at this point. Even Pomp suggests he agrees with that in the podcast when he says he is only 50% crypto/50% other assets. None of this stuff is a "reliable store of value" as BTC is often marketed as. By the time the real Bitcoin community began to realize BTC was being taken away from it's original mission (provide peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people) social media had already been mostly taken over by the anti-Bitcoin attackers pretending to love Bitcoin. The attackers bought the primary crypto communication channels and implemented draconian censorship and account banning to keep control of the messaging. This is still the situation today on sites like Reddit's r/Bitcoin. An attempt at a compromise to let a small number more users in was agreed to and then the new owners of BTC decided not to honor the agreement at the last minute. They still will not allow BTC to have significantly more users per day even though it would be easy to do. One of the great things about the design of Bitcoin is that it has a fail-safe for the situation where it's development gets captured by anti-Bitcoin forces as had happened in this case. A fork of the code was created that returned the project to the real Bitcoin community and the original Mission of providing peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. It gets very complicated, but, sadly, the attackers had gained so much control of the narrative they were able to fool the blockchain-miners into harming their long-term interests for some short-term rewards. The result was the attacker-controlled fork was able to retain the "Bitcoin" name and BTC abbreviation and all the adoption the real community had spent years building. The new fork of the real Bitcoin is now known as "Bitcoin Cash" (BCH). BCH is the "Coke" to BTC-Bitcoin's Coke-zero. Because BCH had saved Bitcoin from corruption and had kept the dream of Bitcoin alive, it was now the real threat and the very well-funded anti-Bitcoin social engineering teams worked hard to demonize BCH. They still do. BCH is the Bitcoin Pomp talks about changing the world by providing an alternative. BTC may be a good gamble because very rich people support it, but, it is not a real "Bitcoin" project anymore. Bill asked who are the ultra-wealthy forces that captured BTC-Bitcoin? Well, there are corporations such as "Blockstream" funded by old banker money that are provided as the villains in this story, but, I think they are just "pawns" used to fool us into thinking there was a "greed motive" behind the takeover. I do not know who or what is really controlling BTC today. I know they are opposed to allowing a peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people to become popular. I believe the Genie is out of the bottle and all they can do is delay what is coming. It may be BCH or some other non-inflationary freedom money will spread across the world and be used like cash everywhere. The USD will still exist, they will just have to stop printing so much of it to compete with the alternatives.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 2, 2020 04:00:25
/r/btc/comments/hjdjbl/btc_coin_folks_these_days/fwmbeij/

Looks like the baby just heard it will never grow bigger like BTC. Don't worry baby, you can grow bigger like BCH!

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 1, 2020 16:07:09
/r/btc/comments/hjdxpx/101857_btc_move_for_only_48ct/fwmaq5f/

50 times as expensive as BCH? Except for that, BTC still works when few people use it. If it tried to become popular again, it would fail again. These social engineering articles always come out when it is not getting used. They imply it can become popular and still work. This is disinformation hidden by truth.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 1, 2020 16:02:05
/r/btc/comments/hjfhxk/the_problem_with_group_decisions/fwma96v/

I am thinking your suggestion is to give minorities more of a voice. I like the idea in theory, but, I think it makes it harder to make a decision. Maybe the idea is that harder work would lead to better decisions? But you also say the time spent is wasted and mostly an illusion of power. I am not sure your article suggests a solution to "The Problem with Group Decisions". Thought provoking though.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 1, 2020 15:58:40
/r/btc/comments/hjfrb6/which_will_be_the_first_to_flip_btc/fwm7wfh/

Not offering BCH as an option suggests this is more anti-BCH trolling (social engineering).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 1, 2020 15:41:14
/r/btc/comments/hjge14/bitcoin_is_buckling_under_ethereums_gravitational/fwm7itb/

Buckling BTC is not all that tough. It was already intentionally broken. Can Ethereum really scale up to massive worldwide adoption? Maybe. Will it have the level of security a POW Bitcoin chain has? I don't think so. It is a neat experiment, but, I do not see it giving BTC it's original use case (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people) back. I still don't think BCH has any real competition yet. BCH is still the only current chance at a real Bitcoin arising to free the people of the world.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 1, 2020 15:38:22
/r/btc/comments/hjgv2a/buying_then_hodling_at_least_01_bitcoin_in_your/fwm6297/

Social engineering article used to fool the public into thinking BTC is still a real Bitcoin and can rise in value to great heights.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 1, 2020 15:27:27
/r/btc/comments/hj57cp/whats_up_with_btc_cash/fwkf78d/

BTC-Bitcoin was captured and corrupted years ago. It only works if it is unpopular. It's upside is very limited and has limited real use cases beyond collector's value. Rich people will be able to use it, but, most of them will be smart and choose BCH for it's lower fees, better security and greater usefulness in the future. For now, price manipulation and dishonest advertising are keeping it on top. That may last a while since rich people are scared of BCH and do not want it to become popular.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 1, 2020 05:11:16
/r/btc/comments/hh09qi/bchbtc_hits_atl/fwkenyt/

Nice pivot to personal attacks like a good troll with no argument left. I have been around since before Bitcoin got captured and corrupted. I am sad the public is falling for the BTC is a real bitcoin scam and the price manipulation is working against the real Bitcoin project (BCH). All a real bitcoin has to do is survive your attacks a while longer and it will outgrow your little coin by orders of magnitude. It is only a matter of time now. That's why your masters send you here to delay BCH as long as possible.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 1, 2020 05:01:59
/r/btc/comments/hizb0r/in_the_event_that_bitcoin_cash_fails_to_gain/fwke7ee/

Crypto is all gambling. Any coin can die at any time. None is a reliable store of wealth or a sure thing.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 1, 2020 04:54:10
/r/btc/comments/hizb0r/in_the_event_that_bitcoin_cash_fails_to_gain/fwjws17/

Anti-Bitcoin forces suggest this has already happened every day. I still can't tell if you are trolling BCH and anti-Bitcoin when you post like this. Anyway, BCH is not really ready for massive worldwide adoption yet (can't handle that load yet). When it is, I will start worrying about whether it is getting enough adoption yet.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 1, 2020 00:38:09
/r/btc/comments/hiuihd/the_uncomfortable_truth_about_bitcoin_as_a_means/fwjujh7/

More false information designed to fool people into thinking BTC is still a real Bitcoin.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 1, 2020 00:11:51
/r/btc/comments/hiuihd/the_uncomfortable_truth_about_bitcoin_as_a_means/fwjufjz/

The author is the professional con-artist spreading disinformation regularly. It is unlikely he or she is unaware of the dishonesty.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 1, 2020 00:10:35
/r/btc/comments/hinzlt/a_humble_response_to_the_cryptocurrency_of_theseus/fwjto3x/

Many excellent points. I agree with the goal of fully-decentralized development. If you mean multiple node teams with equal power and development activity, I do not think we have the funding to really do that yet. Pretending we can do it without enough funding may lead to negative consequences. I think having many teams working on different projects and testing ideas is great. At some point we need a way to make final decisions on what goes in the BCH code. Someone or some committee will always be needed to make the decisions and that entity will be a point of potential failure. Of course ABC does not own BCH. They lead code development and currently make the "final" decisions as we have no better option or process chosen yet. I think the community owns BCH. If the community chooses a new decision maker BCH will go that way. It is confused by the massive social engineering attacks making it seem like a big part of the community hates Amaury and various other false "community opinions" created by an endless wave of fake posters. IMO, we can't really choose a new decision maker until someone proves themselves by providing better options. Not just on one disagreement. They need to show they can get all the work done and make better decisions. They may get the rest of ABC to change allegiance and promise to keep doing the work behind the new leader or they need a team the community trusts to do all the work as well as ABC was doing. That would require time and effort. Maybe BCHN has begun this effort, but, they have not shown a willingness to do all the work or provided the solid examples of better solutions to the challenges of BCH yet. Their movement appeared to be jump-started by anti-BCH forces in the beginning and then attracted good people. Now some BCHN team supporters seem to be pushing for exchanges and such to switch now (before they have a proven track record) and for consensus breaking changes that would fork the network and force the community to choose like BSV did. Maybe the anti-BCH activity is not coming from the real BCH fans on the BCHN team? It is hard to be sure at this point. I do hope BCHN turns out to be a great part of BCH over time. As for the IFP, if you say "No IFP" for instance, what is your alternative proposal that can get us the development funding needed to scale BCH? Not a hopeful strategy, a real way to get funding to the team that can develop the code.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on July 1, 2020 00:01:51
/r/btc/comments/hisn2c/new_anonymous_143_bch_donation_to_bitcoin_abc_so/fwjorvz/

Thanks to whoever! That (scaling) is what I think BCH needs most! I think it is all we need to be a real Bitcoin.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 23:08:46
/r/btc/comments/hh09qi/bchbtc_hits_atl/fwjoh3u/

Good trolling points. Not persuasive to those in the know, but, you may fool some with that never-ending stream of disinformation. The only real chance at a successful Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people) is currently BCH and it is a steal at under $300 each if it makes the dream reality. All of crypto is currently gambling and your anti-Bitcoin team may find a way to kill your worst fear (BCH) since your deep pockets never stop trying. You are here because you fear BCH will become a real Bitcoin.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 23:05:35
/r/btc/comments/hi3b8m/i_have_a_really_good_feeling_about_bitcoin_cash/fwjnvx2/

Most of your claims are false or misleading. No worries other than infighting on BCH for me. I know the trolls are pushing the infighting, but, I am hopeful the real fans will work it all out.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 22:59:19
/r/btc/comments/hfnxxk/all_you_need_to_know_about_the_differences/fwiywul/

I don't want other Bitcoins to fail, just be honest about their intentions related to the original mission of Bitcoin. I think it is only BCH that still seeks to fulfill the dream of Bitcoin. No Bitcoin that is centralized can be the real thing. As I said BSV could become decentralized, but, I do not think the current owners are the type to let it go free. Same with BTC, of course. "most preinstalled"? What's that about? BCH is not perfect either. It is just our only hope for a real Bitcoin at the moment.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 18:54:11
/r/btc/comments/hfnxxk/all_you_need_to_know_about_the_differences/fwgh058/

Do you call BSV BCH?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 04:40:28
/r/btc/comments/hh09qi/bchbtc_hits_atl/fwggo1f/

Anti-Bitcoin trolls always see me that way, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 04:34:49
/r/btc/comments/hh09qi/bchbtc_hits_atl/fwg5olf/

Pretending to not understand stuff to try to waste people's time is another favorite troll tactic.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 01:47:26
/r/btc/comments/hig667/comprehensive_analysis_predicts_bitcoin_price/fwg58ib/

"Comprehensive Analysis", lol. Maybe BCH if we get our scaling solution figured out. BTC can't rise fast without becoming popular and burning up new people. Maybe that would be their goal? Make Bitcoin look bad.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 01:41:28
/r/btc/comments/higi0c/us_contract_miner_core_scientific_buys_17600/fwg4wc3/

New ones. It is spooky that mining hash can be friend or foe depending on the high bidder.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 01:37:00
/r/btc/comments/hfnxxk/all_you_need_to_know_about_the_differences/fwg4nw8/

That's what all the fake-belief accounts are told/paid to say. Maybe you are different from the others who attack BCH? Really hard to know either way.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 01:33:51
/r/btc/comments/hh09qi/bchbtc_hits_atl/fwg4grq/

I am questioning the non-fact you pretend is a fact.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 01:31:14
/r/btc/comments/hhyb82/i_think_its_time_to_leave_bitcoin_behind_and_go/fwg491c/

Maybe if BCH was not the only real Bitcoin attempt still in operation.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 01:28:28
/r/btc/comments/hi1y2y/petition_to_make_this_a_bitcoin_btc_discussion/fwg3lpj/

Many anti-Bitcoin trolls suggest this as an attack on BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 01:19:57
/r/btc/comments/hi3b8m/i_have_a_really_good_feeling_about_bitcoin_cash/fwg36pq/

You said BCH will fail (can't survive the attacks). It is the trolls that want you to give up.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 01:14:32
/r/btc/comments/hi3b8m/i_have_a_really_good_feeling_about_bitcoin_cash/fwg31qu/

>Can't survive internal AND external attacks. Yes we can. Battle Tested we will be. If we do happen to fail, a new Bitcoin will rise to keep the dream alive.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 01:12:45
/r/btc/comments/hi5eo3/the_cryptocurrency_of_theseus_what_is_the/fwg1zq1/

>"Yet, Amaury is indeed extremely talented as an engineer. He is arguably Bitcoin Cash’s greatest asset." > >Yeah, no. He is arguably Bitcoin Cash's biggest liability. Maybe he is both. It is hard to find good (or perfect as some think we deserve) help.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 00:59:34
/r/btc/comments/hi5eo3/the_cryptocurrency_of_theseus_what_is_the/fwg1pib/

I am an ABC supporter and think we should be able to come up with a win-win automated (block reward based) funding mechanism supported by 100% of BCH miners. I think we need something that effective to fund development of scaling so BCH can be ready for "going viral" and experiencing massive worldwide adoption. Until we can handle that load, IMO, we are not really Bitcoin yet. We can't really ask the world to adopt BCH and we can't advertise our coin as ready for that. I think ABC is our current best hope for making that happen. If another node was funded at a level that allowed it to do the work ABC has been doing and to also develop the epic scalability we need, I would be fine with letting them prove it in parallel (rather than replacing the current reference client) first so we can check it is not a hidden attack on BCH. If I am not mistaken, that's what new nodes usually do. Any new node that tries to take over exchanges, removes safety features like Automatic Replay Protection or tries to force a fork over a miner issue like upgrade timing is not proving itself as a BCH team-player. I see no current node that is doing the real work to take over for ABC (not take over ABC, take over FOR ABC). If we had that kind of node available, we could consider making it the "reference client". Currently, if people do not like ABC's way of doing things, too bad. I am not always thrilled with ABC either, but, it is hard to find good help and ABC is the best we have so far. Until we have the protocol finished enough to allow BCH to scale for massive worldwide adoption we need a team funded to make that happen. So far, we do not have even one team funded well enough to do that. I believe the partial centralization of BCH is the result of under-funding of development resources. I believe we still have a chance to become less development-centralized in the future. I think/hope the ABC team believes in that goal and the claims of greedy power-tripping by ABC are just attacks on BCH. Those who support the unfounded allegations are attacking BCH even if they do not intend to. BCH is the only current Bitcoin project that is still likely to become sufficiently decentralized in the future and provide peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. Yes, I am assuming benevolent dictatorship to some extent. I may be wrong, but, I see no real evidence Amaury has evil intent as many claim. Many who say this sort of stuff may be here to create infighting or have an axe to grind that is clouding their judgment.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 30, 2020 00:56:06
/r/btc/comments/hi6xv3/this_is_so_good_someone_from_europe_sent_me_money/fwfutxv/

BTC does work when not too popular. Need to get these success stories in while you still can.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 29, 2020 23:36:48
/r/btc/comments/hh09qi/bchbtc_hits_atl/fwfswc6/

That's what all the fake humans are told/paid to say. If you are one of the fooled real humans just re-posting the lies of other trolls, I feel sorry for you and apologize for thinking you were fake and immoral.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 29, 2020 23:16:10
/r/btc/comments/hh09qi/bchbtc_hits_atl/fwfscvp/

The BCH people are not dishonestly claiming BCH protocol development is more active than BTC protocol development. We know your team is active as we are copying many of the changes and adding them into BCH. What's different here is the massive development of new apps and tech on top of BCH. That's what we talk about as it is exciting like the BTC-Bitcoin community used to be before it was captured and corrupted to destroy it's primary use case (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). BTC's future is what is non-existent. While your army of social engineering agents and you massive market manipulation are in place, your house of cards will remain standing. It has already lasted much longer than I expected, so, who knows when the fake Bitcoin will collapse down under 2k each? It will always have "collector's value" as the first and does have some function if not too popular. I never see BTC going to zero unless the owners of BTC development choose to kill it more fully.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 29, 2020 23:10:29
/r/btc/comments/hh09qi/bchbtc_hits_atl/fwfqrr4/

You think I should read about you and your past posting history as if that might change my view of your anti-Bitcoin posts?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 29, 2020 22:54:05
/r/btc/comments/hgy1bz/noob_question_what_would_be_the_problems_by/fwfqies/

It is development-centralized because a small group of powerful people control all changes to BTC. They do lie and pretend that is not true.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 29, 2020 22:51:23
/r/btc/comments/hgy1bz/noob_question_what_would_be_the_problems_by/fwfqbje/

That is the new scam claim to fool people into investing in the fake Bitcoin. Without the real use case they intentionally disabled (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people), BTC will not remain a store of value at current levels. It has not been a store of value for years, but, they keep pretending it still is. A massive social engineering army of fake accounts on all social media and price manipulation are all that are keeping the house of cards standing. Dishonesty has worked longer than expected, so, who knows how long they can keep this up.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 29, 2020 22:49:25
/r/btc/comments/hgy1bz/noob_question_what_would_be_the_problems_by/fwfptdj/

The "lightning network" is a farce that was used to fool people into thinking BTC was captured for greedy reasons. That was just a fake cover story for the real goal of stopping Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). LN is never going to scale BTC in a meaningful way.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 29, 2020 22:44:16
/r/btc/comments/hh09qi/bchbtc_hits_atl/fwfpjml/

The whole world is not against the real Bitcoin project (BCH). Your team just likes to use a massive army of dishonest accounts to pretend that is true.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 29, 2020 22:41:30
/r/btc/comments/hfnxxk/all_you_need_to_know_about_the_differences/fwfp952/

The centralized coins want you to think BCH is also. It is somewhat, but, I like to think we will fix that partial centralization over time. I think the team really believes in that goal. No other Bitcoin team believes in it for real. BSV could become development-decentralized completely if they locked it down and destroyed the power to change it in the future. They probably already missed the deadline for the lock-down and I think you would be dreaming to think the owners will ever give away the power to make future changes (to anyone but themselves). I do not understand your last sentence, but, yes, I am attacking BSV as a failed attempt to capture BCH that is still harming the real attempt to create a real Bitcoin (by pretending to be one of those attempts). BSV can be a useful project when it get's honest and/or gives away the control over development.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 29, 2020 22:38:30
/r/btc/comments/hgwy3d/im_contemplating_accepting_a_shameless_bribe/fw75kfe/

Bribery is mostly an orange-team thing, but, I hope you get some support for the change :-)

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 27, 2020 16:13:22
/r/btc/comments/hgy1bz/noob_question_what_would_be_the_problems_by/fw74zar/

BTC-Bitcoin is controlled by a team opposed to letting BTC scale for massive worldwide adoption (The goal of a real Bitcoin), so, they are the problem stopping changes like that. They captured and broke BTC intentionally. They like high fees as it shows their evil work was and still is a success.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 27, 2020 16:08:16
/r/btc/comments/hh09qi/bchbtc_hits_atl/fw741wx/

Hi anti-Bitcoin troll. Yes, it is about better code and the future adoption BCH can have (and BTC just can't). If we survive the attacks your team keeps throwing at us, we will out-grow BTC by orders of magnitude and make the world a better place for the 98%. Keep on pretending, that's all you have left.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 27, 2020 16:00:19
/r/btc/comments/hfnxxk/all_you_need_to_know_about_the_differences/fw736rq/

I see threats everywhere. I'd be interested in hearing about any I may have missed. Recognizing the trolls, shills and various other social engineering attacks on the real Bitcoin project is an important part of threat recognition. Seeing a centralized project like BSV for the attack on Bitcoin that it was and still is, for instance, is very important.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 27, 2020 15:53:03
/r/btc/comments/hfjnff/roger_ver_bitcoin_cash_can_be_the_superior_store/fvzrsyx/

BSV was created in an attempt to capture BCH by some rich people. They failed but used it to harm BCH (out of spite?) and now, like BTC's fans, pretend it is a real Bitcoin. It is fully centralized so far.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 16:50:11
/r/btc/comments/hfnxxk/all_you_need_to_know_about_the_differences/fvzq1tj/

>BCH will be better for it, but it comes at a cost. He may be a shill and sometimes troll, but, I think he is right this time. When a war against "freedom money" is raging, freedom of ideas requires constant battles to call out the intentional dishonesty and toxicity.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 16:36:17
/r/btc/comments/hfpput/reminder_there_is_nothing_official_in_bitcoin_cash/fvzoxfv/

BCH is not as decentralized as we want it to be, but, I believe the real community and pro-BCH developers do care about making it as decentralized as possible over time. That is the difference between BCH and the intentionally development-centralized BTC and fully centralized BSV.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 16:27:22
/r/btc/comments/hfqcry/the_biggest_secret_nobody_tells_you_before_you/fvznwgu/

The secret is that BTC-Bitcoin is not even a real Bitcoin anymore. It is a house of cards with no real use case that can justify it holding much value. The secret the author of this article tells you is something we all know and is not a secret. The lies are social engineering used to fool people and hide the real secrets.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 16:19:04
/r/btc/comments/hfsiy8/us_senators_introduce_lawful_access_to_encrypted/fvzmz2f/

Our gov that can't pass anything good these days better not all jump on this as if they can all agree.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 16:11:33
/r/btc/comments/hfgzid/bit2buzz_trusted_crypto_pr_and_tech_media_agency/fvxs960/

Buy your own Troll Army... If you are wealthy, your beliefs can be seen as mainstream, guaranteed! Many different social engineering packages available now.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 05:14:49
/r/btc/comments/hfim37/is_bcash_a_shitcoin/fvxs2yj/

If you find any "BCash", it may be? Bitcoin Cash is the real Bitcoin project still keeping the dream alive.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 05:11:48
/r/btc/comments/hfim37/is_bcash_a_shitcoin/fvxrwsu/

My summary: BTC bad and the anti-BCH army you work for is spreading lies and misinformation to try to fool the public into thinking BTC is still a real Bitcoin.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 05:08:53
/r/btc/comments/hesosb/what_bitcoin_cash_urgently_needs_to_become/fvxrmi2/

I believe your limitations on the idea have no basis in factual reason. What's wrong with the use of the the block rewards the miners have already earned and deserve to spend as they wish? I am not saying we use the existing system coded by ABC. I am saying what is wrong with the concept. Why can't a win-win version be created?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 05:03:52
/r/btc/comments/hesosb/what_bitcoin_cash_urgently_needs_to_become/fvxrbvu/

Who should "just use BCH"? The miners that want to donate their earned income to the developers? Your answer seems nonsensical. There is currently no automated system for miners to donate to developers.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 04:58:36
/r/btc/comments/hef2bw/perhaps_the_financiers_of_abc_clones_should_focus/fvxr65g/

I support your concept and agree with you on their being a problem. I just think we need the money going to wasteful node development to be going to useful development rather than adoption efforts (until we can scale for massive worldwide adoption). I believe you are not part of the troll army wave of attacks on developer funding.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 04:55:51
/r/btc/comments/hf749a/crypto_ponzi_scams_in_the_billions_and_some/fvxp0kk/

There are many. The fake Bitcoin called BTC is the most scary for the crypto world, IMO. Tether is catching up to be as scary and growing more scary all the time.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 04:19:16
/r/btc/comments/hfaoxp/bitcoin_cash_forgot_about_the_most_important/fvxoll8/

BCH is under attack by an army of social engineering agents trying to make any positive conversations difficult. They seek to misinform and toxify Telegram and Reddit so people turn away from the facts that are scattered about those places. I think there are more of the anti-Bitcoin agents than real humans on crypto social media threads including YouTube. It is complicated by them fooling some real humans into infighting and harming their own projects. It is sad, but, giving up is what they hope we all do.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 04:12:20
/r/btc/comments/hfb1c9/showerthought_why_do_so_many_people_that_i/fvxnsv2/

They also like to ask things like how do I buy crypto without KYC to find out the current loopholes to close.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 03:59:13
/r/btc/comments/hfb205/today_we_release_privacyometer_a_tool_for_bitcoin/fvxnek5/

Sounds great! I hope checking your score does not ruin your privacy.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 03:52:45
/r/btc/comments/hfcihu/why_am_i_rate_limited_in_comments_here/fvxn8dy/

lol Or send in a higher fee, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 03:50:00
/r/btc/comments/hfg9bk/people_want_me_to_leave_this_sub_alone_so_bad_but/fvxmwyi/

The anti-BCH social engineering teams want you to get tired of it and give up. I believe there are more of them than real BCH fans here. They also have fooled real fans into things like blocking developer funding. It is not easy supporting the real Bitcoin on social media when so much effort and money is getting spent to harm it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 03:44:51
/r/btc/comments/hfgqha/im_introducing_bch_to_my_friend_but_hes_concerned/fvxm77f/

Spending and replacing does not insulate you from value loss. Holding stablecoins has little or no upside potential and could crash to zero like any crypto UNLESS you buy a fully collateralized stablecoin that can be trusted to pay you if crypto crashes and burns. The main problem with stablecoins is that they are tied to fiat that intentionally loses value regularly and could devalue drastically if the public loses confidence in that fiat or if the government prints or borrows too much of it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 03:33:33
/r/btc/comments/hfgqha/im_introducing_bch_to_my_friend_but_hes_concerned/fvxltez/

Someday BCH should become much more stable. That comes after massive levels of adoption. If we go viral on adoption I expect skyrocketing values until we reach our scaling limit and then crash again. BCH says it is trying to remove scaling limits, but, that goal is underfunded and that funding is attacked from outside and inside. Crypto is currently gambling. Risk only what you can afford to lose.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 25, 2020 03:27:28
/r/btc/comments/hesosb/what_bitcoin_cash_urgently_needs_to_become/fvu00fa/

If they offered to set up another automated donation system from the rewards they earned, it seems your team would oppose it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 24, 2020 04:24:16
/r/btc/comments/hef2bw/perhaps_the_financiers_of_abc_clones_should_focus/fvtwuaf/

IIt's mostly over my head, but,do any of the solutions under consideration include the idea of requiring a miner mine the last 10 blocks to be able to win the 11th? Or something like that. Some way of making it not profitable to game the DAA. That Idea might be too drastic, but, maybe something from a different angle than just new math?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 24, 2020 03:32:28
/r/btc/comments/hef2bw/perhaps_the_financiers_of_abc_clones_should_focus/fvtwdyw/

The people posting that we should de-fund development and shift resources to adoption appear to be part of an anti-BCH disinformation campaign. There are many examples recently and it seems to be one of the new troll army focuses. You may just accidentally be falling in step with that campaign.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 24, 2020 03:25:26
/r/btc/comments/hehhw1/this_is_the_real_bch_problem/fvtvmca/

I think that guyfawkesp is a troll here to confuse and delay BCH progress. His logic seems very flawed when I engage him.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 24, 2020 03:13:32
/r/btc/comments/heja0u/bitcoin_price_prediction_btcusd_can_hit_20000/fvtvdd6/

Will be difficult with a maxed out mem-pool at 10k.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 24, 2020 03:09:37
/r/btc/comments/helai0/jim_rogers_discusses_bitcoin_as_money_and_why/fvtv8tv/

Collect a real one of these before they can only be found by geologists in the "fossil record".

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 24, 2020 03:07:43
/r/btc/comments/hesosb/what_bitcoin_cash_urgently_needs_to_become/fvtubkl/

> **Completely erase all traces of the IFP, including the dead code, and make it 100% clear that there will NEVER be a reactivation or attempt to reactivate it** Another anti-BCH-developer-funding stab in the back of BCH. We need funding to get the ability to scale for massive worldwide adoption (MWA). We can't handle MWA until we can scale, so, we are not Bitcoin yet unless we fix that. If miners want to donate to BCH development, we should thank them!

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 24, 2020 02:53:43
/r/btc/comments/he9bhc/some_thoughts_from_charlie_munger/fvttehj/

I have him down as a "Hero" on my res.. I think I sound crazy as well. It seems to be a very sad change at the moment.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 24, 2020 02:40:11
/r/btc/comments/hduebj/automatic_replay_protection_is_a_software/fvttb1n/

Anti-engagement rhetoric is the bread and butter of the troll army here. They try to make it seem like they are so sweet (or so new, or so dumb, or ...) and this community is toxic and should be avoided while they create the toxicity.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 24, 2020 02:38:48
/r/btc/comments/hbfbei/operation_freeze_what_if_we_freeze_the_protocol/fvtt2yv/

> What you are advocating for is the first network in the history of the world that would be ready for global adoption before it has onboarded a single customer. Like I said. Disconnected from normal understanding of what words mean or intentionally confusing issues.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 24, 2020 02:35:31
/r/btc/comments/hdqrtp/which_bitcoin_cash_node_is_apolitical/fvtszc4/

If you sell your account or lose it, it does not matter what you want to do with it anymore. If you chose sides and are still using your account, you did not lose your account. I suppose you could be tied up somewhere being forced to post in favor of divisiveness. Seems less likely.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 24, 2020 02:34:03
/r/btc/comments/he9gfu/okay_this_is_getting_ridiculous_please_stop/fvpzm3w/

I like your prioritization, but, we do need people doing the big stuff and the little stuff.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 03:18:06
/r/btc/comments/hduebj/automatic_replay_protection_is_a_software/fvpzgvx/

I think many pretend to be stupid as part of their social engineering strategy. It turns out if you just try to ignore them they end up capturing your project and corrupting it so it can't succeed.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 03:15:51
/r/btc/comments/he67sj/bch_aims_to_be_electronic_peer_to_peer_cash_for/fvpywoo/

Troll post ignoring reality to spout baloney.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 03:07:15
/r/btc/comments/he7fnn/number_of_bitcoin_held_on_exchanges_reaches_one/fvpyest/

Lol @ "accumulation phase" BTC's only "use case" in action. Isn't it always supposed to be doing that.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 02:59:42
/r/btc/comments/he9bhc/some_thoughts_from_charlie_munger/fvpxsfg/

A lot of these 'let's all just get along' posts appear to be designed to do the opposite by bringing up conflict that was not happening until this wave of 'lets not fight anymore', 'let's bury the hatchet', 'lets put away the pitchforks', ... posts became common here.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 02:50:25
/r/btc/comments/hduebj/automatic_replay_protection_is_a_software/fvpx9ey/

I guess you missed the BSV attack fork that removed the anti-replay safety feature on purpose? Or, maybe you think groups should be able to replay TXs if a team tries not to follow the regularly scheduled updates to, for instance, avoid one or more hard forks or some code they do not agree with?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 02:42:32
/r/btc/comments/hduebj/automatic_replay_protection_is_a_software/fvpwsdy/

That commentator does appear to be looking to harm BCH like many who quote him. He opposes upgrades and funding strategies.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 02:35:31
/r/btc/comments/hduebj/automatic_replay_protection_is_a_software/fvpwjw1/

I think he knew that. I think he is pointing out that the anti-BCH metaphor was "poison pill" recently. He noticed you upped the drama-level of the anti-BCH language so high in one leap it was surprising there was not an intermediate attack phrase.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 02:32:04
/r/btc/comments/hduebj/automatic_replay_protection_is_a_software/fvpush9/

I was offering to clarify why replay protection was worth keeping in the code as, I believe, you requested. Mine was just one of the good reasons. Your posts are branding you. I just point out the patterns I see your post fitting into when I think the pattern is an attempt to harm BCH. I am not branding you anti-BCH. I am just saying your post appears to be supporting an anti-BCH agenda designed to divide the BCH community.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 02:07:05
/r/btc/comments/hdstzs/xbc_is_a_great_name_for_minority_bch_fork/fvpu3ct/

It is true almost no one has come out and said they intend to fork yet. I can see the social engineering patterns working for that divisive goal. I hope they fail to gather support for that bad idea. Of course they will blame the other team if it happens. The "hard forks every 6 months" pattern, for instance, is under attack by those who want less of those. They have not all agreed they will have that "or else" yet. They would not be likely to admit it this far in advance unless they really cared about our cummunity and BCH. If it comes last minute, I think it will be from anti-BCH agents controlling the agenda of whatever team is forking off. Like I said, I hope they fail.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 01:57:36
/r/btc/comments/hdj6lt/first_step_to_collaboration_dont_be_so_defensive/fvpt8sk/

> "Anti-ABC players are destroying our unity". Attacking ABC members personally. Attacking attempts to get developer funding for BCH development from various sources. All the anti-ABC stuff going on feels very core-troll-team to me. It appears dividing BCH using BCHN against ABC is working quite well. We are getting divided by the rhetoric. To the extent it is not working the agents claim it is and all agree with each other. They even claimed BCHN represented the majority of the community before that might have been true. The dishonesty based attacks on ABC seem like attacks on BCH to me. I am not really fond of Amuary or his actions related to implementing the IFP code, but, the attacks just feel so dishonest and core-like.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 01:46:07
/r/btc/comments/hdj6lt/first_step_to_collaboration_dont_be_so_defensive/fvpsogp/

I think the vocal "supporters" of BCHN are currently angling for a split without replay protection to harm BCH. I have no idea if these "supporters" actually represent the desires of the real BCHN team. I would guess they do not represent the desires of the good people on the BCHN team. I am just concerned the good people may have their agenda controlled by anti-BCH forces pretending to be pro-BCH. I doubt the real ABC team has said that, let a lone created that narrative. I think it is obvious something is up along those lines if you watch the social media posts. Many of the posts specifically say things like 'I am not for a fork, but, what if..." like the usual anti BCH posts that start out saying they think BCH is great, but, ... I also think Mr Zander is pushing hard for an incompatibility in November. He opposes funding strategies and code updates. He seems secretly anti-BCH to me. I know that sounds crazy.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 01:38:41
/r/btc/comments/hbfbei/operation_freeze_what_if_we_freeze_the_protocol/fvprn9v/

BCH can't scale for massive worldwide adoption yet. Only the fooled and dishonest keep pretending it can. Forking has nothing to do with that issue and I think you know this. There were many businesses that relied on cheap BTC Tx fees. They unadopted BTC and many abandoned crypto for the time being due to the bad experience. BTC was broken intentionally to stop it from becoming ultra-popular. Adding more users is not a way to improve the ability of BCH to take on more users. That's the kind of scaling we talk about developing. You seem disconnected from normal understandings like a confusion generating social engineering agent.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 01:25:26
/r/btc/comments/hduebj/automatic_replay_protection_is_a_software/fvpqq8a/

That debate was not needed until the new wave of posts looking to divide us.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 01:14:05
/r/btc/comments/hdstzs/xbc_is_a_great_name_for_minority_bch_fork/fvpqj7o/

I am clearly opposed to a split.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 01:11:43
/r/btc/comments/hdqrtp/which_bitcoin_cash_node_is_apolitical/fvpqc5j/

Egon\_1 has either sold his account or chosen sides and is working to divide the community now.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 01:09:16
/r/btc/comments/hdr1hi/its_time_to_put_the_pitchforks_within_the/fvpot40/

< "In BCH we have the 6 month cycle of destruction" I am pretty sure this guy is anti-BCH. I know it sounds crazy. He opposes funding and progress quite often. He is a big BU/BCHN supporter and makes them look like they have anti-BCH support crafting their agenda.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 23, 2020 00:50:26
/r/btc/comments/hdrm1x/abc_bitcoin_cash_livestream_highlight_on_advanced/fvp3q92/

It also lets you know which people and teams want to hurt the community by bypassing the safety feature during a fork or by calling for it's removal before forking.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 21:10:11
/r/btc/comments/hds9yc/bitcoin_is_not_decentralized_if_its_controlled_by/fvp2wmc/

I like the idea of working to make mining less centralized. I think it is possible. Even though imperfect, POW is still the best system I see out their.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 21:02:07
/r/btc/comments/hdssqk/trading_legend_jim_rogers_thinks_bitcoin_will_go/fvp2h7h/

Mr Rogers may be right about BTC since it is development-centralized and can be controlled, if needed. It is pretty Gov friendly since it can't become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. Banning BTC would be akin to banning gold ownership. They tried that already in the USA. A real Bitcoin like BCH is trying to become is not so fiat friendly, but, a ban in the USA would just make it easier to scale BCH for the rest of the world. The genie is out of the bottle and it would be very difficult to put it back again like they did with BTC.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 20:57:59
/r/btc/comments/hdstzs/xbc_is_a_great_name_for_minority_bch_fork/fvp1hp1/

Lots of new accounts mentioning fork splits as BCHN and it's supporters argue for changing things that would result in a split. They all say the split they appear to be preparing to create would be caused by ABC, of course.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 20:48:22
/r/btc/comments/hdsxix/reminder_the_ifp_started_as_an_idea_exchanged/fvp0xmr/

I think they both seemed to like the idea before they saw how the idea was likely to get implemented and how the massive anti-funding attack was influencing (dividing) the community. They both withdrew any possible support pretty early.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 20:42:56
/r/btc/comments/hduebj/automatic_replay_protection_is_a_software/fvp01zo/

They let everyone know who want's to hurt the community by asking for their removal or, like with BSV, intentionally disabling the safety feature when forking.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 20:34:28
/r/btc/comments/hdwulr/bitcoin_is_an_awesome_opportunity_for_black/fvou4rd/

>What is needed here is a crypto currency that can scale on chain to meet actual demand, Potential demand maybe, but, I agree that BCH can't offer the service to a massive worldwide userbase without the ability to fulfill their needs. We do need to fix scaling. I think privacy needs to be at the wallet level for a variety of reasons, so, not really thinking Monero can replace BCH/Bitcoin for massive worldwide use. I am happy to see it get used by many though.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 19:38:02
/r/btc/comments/hdwulr/bitcoin_is_an_awesome_opportunity_for_black/fvonbwo/

Trying to use emotion and societal inequality to fool people into buying the fake Bitcoin.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 18:35:13
/r/btc/comments/he0872/bch_brings_sound_money_to_the_world_fulfilling/fvom8ha/

This is the dream and I hope we can soon scale up to make it possible for everyone to use it every day.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 18:25:29
/r/btc/comments/he0hw8/software_verde_is_working_on_a_new_service/fvom1z8/

Do they offer to change you from ABC to another node? That would fit with the current wave of anti-ABC posts here.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 18:23:56
/r/btc/comments/he0zgu/bchaz_antiabc_action/fvolt81/

At least this agent of evil divisiveness is being honest about it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 18:21:46
/r/btc/comments/he230z/serious_question_if_bch_is_used_as_digital_money/fvoli1e/

To spend it you have to buy it. Then the new owners might hold on to it or spread adoption to other new people. Digital money will be much more popular and valuable than a collector's item like BTC.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 18:18:59
/r/btc/comments/hdj6lt/first_step_to_collaboration_dont_be_so_defensive/fvmjmv4/

Also, I think it seems like ABC stands ready to cooperate and the other side has been posting a wave of anti-cooperation threads and posts. I do hope we all get cooperation even though it will not be easy as I suspect the anti-cooperation efforts will continue to be vigorous.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 06:55:10
/r/btc/comments/hdj6lt/first_step_to_collaboration_dont_be_so_defensive/fvmjgfj/

I never said there was no problem and that there was no need for breath mints/wash. I think you may have changed the subject to that to avoid my real point, but, it is hard to stay on point when using analogies. I agree there are minor problems that get in the way of progress, but, you may have missed noticing that ABC has made big efforts to try to improve in those areas over the last few months. At least that's what it seems like to me.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 06:52:18
/r/btc/comments/hdj6lt/first_step_to_collaboration_dont_be_so_defensive/fvmineb/

> You are trying to categorize BCHN as the anti-ABC mob. I think BCHN is one tool used by the well organized anti-ABC social engineering effort. I think ABC is just one part of the BCH community under attack by the anti-BCH forces.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 06:39:27
/r/btc/comments/hdj6lt/first_step_to_collaboration_dont_be_so_defensive/fvmieix/

When everyone tells you your breath stinks and tries to use that to keep other from working with you while you are trying to make the world a better place, your not really trying to help the person learn they have a problem, you are using the known problem like a club.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 06:35:31
/r/btc/comments/hdj6lt/first_step_to_collaboration_dont_be_so_defensive/fvmhvrq/

More details on #1 In my theory, Blockstream was just a pawn and knowing their name was intentional distraction intentionally provided so we could believe there was a profit motive behind their takeover of the BTC project. The real motive was stopping Bitcoin from taking over the world, of course. ABC made no secret of their desire to find funding for development. I support that effort and believe we do need funding. I believe the ability to scale for massive worldwide adoption is the only thing we still need to become a real Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). If the corporation want's to thwart that goal by paying ABC to NOT develop, then I might agree with you. I do not yet see that parallel you may see with corporate support yet. If I was a corporation supporting a real Bitcoin project and knowing about the powerful forces trying to stop that real Bitcoin, I would not want to let my name out either. Mach damage can be done to supporters of any coin other than the fake Bitcoin (BTC).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 06:27:03
/r/btc/comments/hdj6lt/first_step_to_collaboration_dont_be_so_defensive/fvmh5fa/

1. That decision should be up to the funding entity as long as what codework they are asking for is openly discussed. 2. Name one fake narrative? 3. I want an IFP that is supported by all BCH miners. The admittedly flawed one did not get miner support and did not happen. ABC did not make the IFP happen. They offered the opportunity for one to happen. Many people do want an IFP-like funding mechanism for BCH developer funding support. The anti-funding rhetoric was created and pushed by a bunch of anti-BCH trolls at first and then real BCH fans joined in to hate on ABC and that developer funding strategy. As if some of them do not think real and serious developer funding is a good idea if ABC get's a bunch of it? The personal attacks and other nuances of the anti-funding social media wave remind me strongly of the BTC-troll army of professional social engineering agents. I do not think you are anti-BCH at all. I think many BCHN supporters mean well. I just think there is a movement working from a script provided by the bad guys in an attempt to divide us.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 06:15:01
/r/btc/comments/hcmt3p/psa_warning_shilling_activity_on_rbtc_increased/fvmgf9w/

I am opposed to a fork. I believe I can see a group pushing for it and using BCHN as a tool to make that happen. Many of their posts say things like 'ABC intends to do terrible things soon and will cause a fork'. Such posts are not always so obvious, but, there are many little maneuvering social engineering efforts going on. Like the core troll attacks there are accounts attacking ABC and it's team members personally and many other angles working simultaneously. When the fork comes, everyone will claim to agree, yes, it was ABC that made it happen.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 06:02:44
/r/btc/comments/hcmyvr/prediction_abc_will_unilaterally_pull_another_ifp/fvmg2d0/

He is threatening to rage quit and profit from the drop in price if he can't get funding for BCH development. I think you are making up the sabotage part without any evidence I can see.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 05:56:35
/r/btc/comments/hdj6lt/first_step_to_collaboration_dont_be_so_defensive/fvmfe4o/

I am suspicious as well, but, that's me. I am concerned about all the nice things Amaury is saying about BTC these days. Seems like he is applying for a new position while giving BCH one last chance to keep him here. That said, can you provide an example of something (other than adding the IFP) ABC has done that is " almost the same things Core were doing in 2016 "? If they "keep doing" such things there must be more than just the demonized IFP? Anything they say will be used against them by the anti-ABC (BCH?) forces as it has been in the past. Under these battle conditions, keeping the openness limited is smart even though I agree it is unsettling.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 05:44:52
/r/btc/comments/hdj6lt/first_step_to_collaboration_dont_be_so_defensive/fvmej8p/

>Yes, Amaury has some flaws, so what? That is part and parcel of being a human being, what’s the shame in admitting some mistakes? In fact, it is important to recognize one’s flaws because... And just now: > acknowledging that there is a flaw ... Admitting mistakes and acknowledging flaws is something you suggest only the ABC team needs to do as part of the "cooperation". Also, here you carefully imply the anger by the anti-ABC mob is justified: > I would argue that level of anger must be pretty high up the charts. And usually it comes with good reasons. I am saying let's worry about the code instead of the coder's breath. That's what you are claiming your post stands for while you stab one side repeatedly with little slights.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 05:29:49
/r/btc/comments/hbfbei/operation_freeze_what_if_we_freeze_the_protocol/fvmdssj/

If BCH catches on and tries to become popular as p2p cash and we hit a ceiling like BTC did it will crush the public's trust and could create unexpected other crash-like problems. IMO, we need the ability to scale before we can ask the world to massively adopt BCH. Small growth is rather unimportant in comparison.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 05:16:49
/r/btc/comments/hcmt3p/psa_warning_shilling_activity_on_rbtc_increased/fvmdk22/

IMO, Not doing anything about a problem is not really "doing a lot". The pro-BCH-fork team is exaggerating a lot these days. I agree the IFP code should be replaced. If I am not mistaken, there is a deadline for code change planning and the deadline passed just after the IFP was added, so, if they followed their stated deadlines they could not remove it until after the fork. Now they can propose to remove it at the next fork if they propose it before the next deadline. If I was ABC or any group that want's BCH to succeed, I would spend time and try to come up with a win-win IFP-like creation supported by BCH miners (to replace the flawed IFP). Then propose that to the community. Sadly the community seems to be infested with anti-BCH agents looking to make sure we stay divided and never consider the possibility of a win-win solution to developer funding. BCHN way or fork off. And blame it on ABC, of course.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 05:12:27
/r/btc/comments/hcmyvr/prediction_abc_will_unilaterally_pull_another_ifp/fvmcwp3/

I agree with what you were saying except for the big exaggeration of his intent. He want's to get paid one way or another. He did not claim he wanted to take BCH down. If you do not want to see how you are exaggerating from his quote, oh well.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 05:01:03
/r/btc/comments/hdo4kb/free_btc/fvmcny1/

From the dark forces behind Blockstream?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 04:56:53
/r/btc/comments/hcmyvr/prediction_abc_will_unilaterally_pull_another_ifp/fvmbvyl/

What if a 100% voluntary IFP could be created with 100% BCH miner support? Do you, like most BCHN "supporters" say you will not even consider it. BCHN way or fork off?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 04:43:26
/r/btc/comments/hcmyvr/prediction_abc_will_unilaterally_pull_another_ifp/fvmbmz6/

Well said! They call me crazy and they may be right, but, it looks like a massive team of anti-ABC (anti-BCH?) accounts are attempting to divide our community using BCHN as a tool. The fake community-member accounts are mixed with real BCH fans so it is hard to see.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 04:39:05
/r/btc/comments/hcmyvr/prediction_abc_will_unilaterally_pull_another_ifp/fvmbbbd/

IMO, A massive team of anti-ABC (anti-BCH?) accounts are attempting to divide our community using BCHN as a tool. The fake community-member accounts vote often.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 04:33:34
/r/btc/comments/hcmyvr/prediction_abc_will_unilaterally_pull_another_ifp/fvmays2/

Shorting BCH and "take down BCH " are very different ideas. It is still concerning, but, your claim above seems to have been a serious exaggeration as proven by the quote from the logs above. The anti-ABC rhetoric is not always fact-based. I bet you meant to be factual and this was accidental.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 04:27:41
/r/btc/comments/hcmyvr/prediction_abc_will_unilaterally_pull_another_ifp/fvmalzi/

Yes, like this thread and many like it popping up to try to divide us.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 04:21:41
/r/btc/comments/hcmt3p/psa_warning_shilling_activity_on_rbtc_increased/fvmag6a/

I see it as well. Many are pushing divisive ideas related to BCHN-ABC conflicts even though I do not see ABC saying anything to incite the community on the subjects they are bringing up AS IF they were hot and contested current discussions.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 04:18:58
/r/btc/comments/hc0jng/bitcoin_cash_node/fvm9u8j/

Good idea and I think they claimed they were going to do that or at least discuss the ways to do it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 04:08:43
/r/btc/comments/hc7pt1/it_is_literally_impossible_for_bitcoin_to_go_much/fvm9mx8/

I think it can do it if it moves up slowly without gathering too much excitement. BCH should be able to outgrow it and leave it in the dust when we can scale for massive worldwide adoption and go viral like BTC tried to do in 2017 (when they hit their intentionally created ceiling the public did not see coming).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 04:05:20
/r/btc/comments/hc7pt1/it_is_literally_impossible_for_bitcoin_to_go_much/fvm92ib/

BCH is also better at Stealth Wealth". BTC was intentionally broken and, IMO, only massive dishonest social engineering and massive price manipulation is keeping it afloat.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 03:56:01
/r/btc/comments/hc7pt1/it_is_literally_impossible_for_bitcoin_to_go_much/fvm8lnr/

Some insiders double-dealing their own team seems likely. Mostly the big dark money behind BTC's crippling is anti-Bitcoin ( peer-to-peer electronic cash for the people of the world). So, they would not seem likely, IMO, to support the current best chance at a real Bitcoin getting massive adoption.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 03:48:23
/r/btc/comments/hdi440/a_message_to_the_leaders_of_bitcoin_cash_from_vin/fvm6hta/

> things that are necessarily in their benefit I think it was "not" necessarily

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 03:14:57
/r/btc/comments/hdi440/a_message_to_the_leaders_of_bitcoin_cash_from_vin/fvm6b7q/

>BCHN has not earned my trust and I never trusted Craig either. Will > >u/memorydealers > > be swindled again? Well said. BCHN may end up being great for BCH, but, the movement that created BCHN was troll-supported and anti-BCH-funding IMO.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 22, 2020 03:12:05
/r/btc/comments/hdj6lt/first_step_to_collaboration_dont_be_so_defensive/fvllcok/

I have been away a couple days and just before I left I saw what appeared to be anti-BCH trolls attempting to rekindle the ABC-BCHN issues to inflame division in the community. I have not seen any real conflicts discussed recently, but, maybe I will find they rose up to the bait over the last couple days and started infighting again? Or maybe this post is baiting the same divisions? I will scroll back and see what I have time to see. I agree cooperation is what we need. IMO, this post asking for cooperation while asking for an apology for ABC and Amaury's bad interactions is not a real good way to get that.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 21, 2020 22:46:15
/r/btc/comments/ha5p6m/bitcoin_has_failed_its_golden_opportunity_says/fvlkb98/

That is the anti-Bitcoin position well stated again. Troll Playbook Items: 'Because it is not yet massively popular it never will be" and '10 years is plenty of time for a massively transformational new technology opposed by the mainstream to prove itself and get adopted by the world. If it takes longer it is and always will be a failure.'

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 21, 2020 22:34:55
/r/btc/comments/hblgq6/why_is_bitcoin_cash_such_a_hated_coin/fvljsa3/

I think I do understand that reality/danger and I think you are correct if they do it slowly. If Tether tried to make BTC worth $100,000 soon, it would require a skyrocketing price that would attract new buyers that would raise fees over $100. I know they can do it on exchanges disconnected from the blockchain, but, I don't think they would really do it as fees went that high and higher. I could be mistaken.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 21, 2020 22:29:12
/r/btc/comments/hbfbei/operation_freeze_what_if_we_freeze_the_protocol/fvlj7pl/

That is the anti-Bitcoin position well stated again. Troll Playbook Item: 'Because it is not yet massively popular it never will be and only crazy people still believe in it'

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 21, 2020 22:23:03
/r/btc/comments/hb80c0/should_bch_go_proof_of_stake/fvbde5j/

So many troll (Social engineering agent) posts . More than usual I think.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 03:06:47
/r/btc/comments/hbb70k/dont_repeat_the_past_united_bicoin_cash_is/fvbd3lj/

Social engineering post attempting to re-kindle divisive infighting now that that has died down?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 03:02:17
/r/btc/comments/hbcd0t/bitcoin_vs_bitcoin_cash_whats_the_difference/fvbcyot/

Bitcoin Cash is the only project seriously attempting to become the realization of that idea. I think the ability to scale for massive worldwide adoption comes before getting to claim we are there already.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 03:00:10
/r/btc/comments/hbd4r2/when_does_it_end/fvbco1v/

Anti-Bitcoin social engineering post.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 02:55:41
/r/btc/comments/hbfbei/operation_freeze_what_if_we_freeze_the_protocol/fvbcit4/

>All I am saying is why don't we build on what we have now, see how far that takes us, That is what is happening now. Preparing for massive future growth would allow us to solicit that. As it is we can't ask for massive adoption as we are not ready. The infighting you mention seems to have died down unless I missed something new. Maybe you wish to rekindle the divisive infighting?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 02:53:27
/r/btc/comments/hbfbei/operation_freeze_what_if_we_freeze_the_protocol/fvbc5lm/

Assuming BCH has plenty of runway for the foreseeable future means you assume it will not go viral and grow massive worldwide adoption in the foreseeable future. That is a sad belief system. Let's get the ability to go viral so we can do it!

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 02:47:53
/r/btc/comments/hblgq6/why_is_bitcoin_cash_such_a_hated_coin/fvbble5/

I think they are trying to delay freedom money for the world. [https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/the-troll-army-still-cant-stop-magic-internet-money-c42f683f](https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/the-troll-army-still-cant-stop-magic-internet-money-c42f683f)

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 02:39:31
/r/btc/comments/hblgq6/why_is_bitcoin_cash_such_a_hated_coin/fvbbhaz/

BTC can't scale to make use of that approach. If they could, it would drag BCH up with it anyway. In time BCH will outgrow BTC and the illusion should collapse. They can keep it this popular, but they have little room to rise higher.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 02:37:51
/r/btc/comments/hbm6fq/what_role_do_you_play_in_bitcoins_adoption_growth/fvbb5by/

Warning people it is a house of cards and that you spew disinformation regularly to fool people into thinking BTC is a real bitcoin with a bright future.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 02:32:58
/r/btc/comments/hbmjgu/asia_chooses_bch_over_btc_another_article_showing/fvbb0x0/

The world will move to BCH over time. I wish our code was ready for world-scale viral growth.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 02:31:13
/r/btc/comments/hbn2y2/which_trading_platforms_offer_the_easiest_ways_to/fvbarhi/

Trading crypto's is gambling. They are all easy. BTC is risky since it can't scale and is controlled by anti-Bitcoin forces.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 02:27:26
/r/btc/comments/hbonhd/whats_missing_in_decentralized_finance/fvbal6e/

If you can make it accessible from TOR without JavaScript permission being required to use it, that would be great,

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 02:24:57
/r/btc/comments/hbp1ys/bitcoin_can_scale_on_ethereum_says_gavin_andresen/fvba9u5/

lol. So false. I knew your account was now owned by the troll masters.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 02:20:32
/r/btc/comments/hbor6e/analysts_say_bitcoin_breakout_imminent_silverlike/fvba4b6/

There is always a pawn of BTC saying that somewhere.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 02:18:23
/r/btc/comments/hbpy0v/keep_your_eyes_on_the_prize_the_goal_is_monetary/fvb9zbs/

Funding is not petty when BCH can not scale for massive viral adoption yet.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 02:16:23
/r/btc/comments/hbtbbj/have_the_masters_turned_off_sockpuppets/fvb9q5o/

No. The minions of the dark forces behind BTC-Bitcoin are still here. You appear to be one of them, of course.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 02:12:53
/r/btc/comments/ha7ug3/honestly_i_found_this_interesting_what_do_you/fvb8e8i/

BTC is held up by dishonest social engineering and massive price manipulation. For more detail: [https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/the-troll-army-still-cant-stop-magic-internet-money-c42f683f](https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/the-troll-army-still-cant-stop-magic-internet-money-c42f683f)

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 01:54:28
/r/btc/comments/ha5p6m/bitcoin_has_failed_its_golden_opportunity_says/fvb6i46/

BCH is as old as any Bitcoin fork like BTC.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 19, 2020 01:29:38
/r/btc/comments/h0upjj/bitcoin_cash_for_payments_bitcoin_for_storing/fv16ufh/

Very true, but, you are correct it will not help to have you try to debunk the truth in detail.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 16, 2020 13:25:41
/r/btc/comments/ha7ug3/honestly_i_found_this_interesting_what_do_you/fv16jzq/

Spend BTC while you can. The house of cards could collapse any time now.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 16, 2020 13:23:51
/r/btc/comments/ha5nhf/number_of_bitcoin_whales_is_constantly_growing_in/fv16aae/

The ultra wealthy probably splitting up their wallets to make it seem like there are more of them.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 16, 2020 13:21:58
/r/btc/comments/ha509k/loopnester_is_an_anti_bitcoin_and_anti_peer_to/fv15qiv/

True. Like many who post here to try to hurt BCH and slow down the success of peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 16, 2020 13:18:18
/r/btc/comments/ha5p6m/bitcoin_has_failed_its_golden_opportunity_says/fv158mj/

True for BTC. BCH is just getting started.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 16, 2020 13:14:46
/r/btc/comments/ha6fd6/chainlink_awarded_as_technology_pioneer_by_world/fv14upw/

Is that one of the anti-privacy firms?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 16, 2020 13:11:55
/r/btc/comments/ha6mk7/petition_to_ban_loopnester/fv14dzd/

He is so obviously a troll his words carry little power. Until his new account was clearly visible as a troll, it's lies might fool some people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 16, 2020 13:08:46
/r/btc/comments/ha71xi/if_core_wants_to_change_the_white_paper_then_let/fv13xib/

BTC has gone a new way and abandoned the path set out in the Whitepaper. They can make their own new statement of intent. The intent of Bitcoin has not changed and the whitepaper still applies to the real dream of Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). BCH is still working to fulfill the dream of Bitcoin and we do not need any anti-Bitcoin team trying to change the statement of the dream to some other dream or anti-dream.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 16, 2020 13:05:13
/r/btc/comments/ha7fzy/i_had_some_weird_idea/fv1364y/

What's "the BTC app"? If you mean the blockchain, yes, after a lot of majority hash rate that would happen. BCH is way behind, but, since BTC is intentionally small, when we grow orders of magnitude larger than BTC, we will get that power back. It may be a problem by then as we may not want the tarnished reputation BTC has been developing.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 16, 2020 12:59:36
/r/btc/comments/h9ujdu/forking_a_github_project_makes_your_fork/fv12ftn/

BCH is also an upgraded Bitcoin and the real Bitcoin community is here. Your fake community is made up of corporations and anti-Bitcoin agitators with so much money they can buy hi-end social engineering firms to fool the public with fake social media posts all day, every day. You should be ashamed to work for them and I see you may be ashamed since it looks like you deleted your account. Yes, the owners of "Core" do get to make all the decisions on the now development-centralized BTC project.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 16, 2020 12:53:51
/r/btc/comments/h0upjj/bitcoin_cash_for_payments_bitcoin_for_storing/fv11fls/

L2 is a farce with little real potential other than corporate use with no privacy or censorship resistance. The idea was a lie to fool the public into thinking the loss of BTC's primary use case (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people) was not the intent of the new owners of BTC development. Your teams anti-crypto forces claim BCH will fail all day, every day. That effort is happening because your masters know it (or some other peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people) is coming and can't be stopped. The lies are just desperate delay tactics now.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 16, 2020 12:47:22
/r/btc/comments/h9uqs9/investing_into_btc_in_2020_long_term_worth_it/fuz3x2i/

Yes, cheap and fast in theory. It is almost free still. We are so small that some powerful miners are messing with our block-times to profiteer from a "bug" in our difficulty adjustment. So, it is not always fast to confirm TXs, but, they do move quickly from wallet to wallet. Adoption by businesses is growing all the time. Developers are building on BCH and it feels like the old days of Bitcoin here.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 23:20:40
/r/btc/comments/h9ujdu/forking_a_github_project_makes_your_fork/fuz36do/

>Bitcoin Cash is not Bitcoin, it is and will always be a Bitcoin Fork. BTC is also a fork from the original code. Forks are good when done right. BTC has been corrupted intentionally by the new owners of it's centralized development. It is no longer a legitimate "Bitcoin", but, it was infiltrated and captured before corruption and get's to keep the name for now. Since BTC can't scale up for massive use, it is only a matter of time before a real "Bitcoin" outgrows it by orders of magnitude and earns the right to regain the name. By then, the damage to the reputation of BTC will be so significant, the victor may not want the name back.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 23:12:59
/r/btc/comments/h9ujdu/forking_a_github_project_makes_your_fork/fuz2lfd/

This is an anti-cryto troll spreading misinformation.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 23:06:57
/r/btc/comments/h9uqs9/investing_into_btc_in_2020_long_term_worth_it/fuz1ygd/

When the price of any major crypto moves, they all follow. That they are following BTC-Bitcoin is also true as with them all, but, IMO not necessarily a long term trend you can count on.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 23:00:30
/r/btc/comments/h9uqs9/investing_into_btc_in_2020_long_term_worth_it/fuz18d6/

I think you need to be ready to exit quickly from any large BTC holdings. It is a development-centralized fake "Bitcoin" that can't scale for massive growth. It has a massive social engineering team and massive price manipulation keeping it on top. They have done a great job thus far, but, it appears to be a house of cards with very limited upward growth potential due to the inability to take on a large number of new users in a short time-frame. Bitcoin Cash is working to be what you seek. It is under attack by the anti-crypto forces because it is trying to be a real "Bitcoin" (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). It's upward potential is much less limited and the team is working to remove those high limits.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 22:53:16
/r/btc/comments/h0upjj/bitcoin_cash_for_payments_bitcoin_for_storing/fuz0q5e/

> more than enough capacity for today's demand. That's what you guys say all the time and it is true. Your at the max and that's fine for today. I'm talking about the ability to grow. Add massive new users. BTC can't do that unless it happens slowly while the rest of crypto grows beyond your tiny limits. Your team has massive social engineering and massive price manipulation keeping you on top. You are right it would be stupid to bet against a powerful combination of dishonesty and extreme wealth in the short term. In time, I believe a real Bitcoin will grow beyond your powers to overshadow. It will have to be a massive amount of growth to show the error of your ways and that is what I expect to see in time.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 22:48:14
/r/btc/comments/h9l63c/bch_wake_up_call_whatsapplibrazuckbucks_launching/fuyy7rj/

BTC-Bitcoin was infiltrated, captured and corrupted to remove it's primary use case (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). The new owners of the development centralized BTC are now trying to claim that that belief in the original intent of Bitcoin is just crazy fringe thinking. If you can't see the past and ongoing attacks continuing to delay peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people, I am sad for you. It is pretty obvious at this point. Assumptions like: > only concrete use case for bch or BTC for that matter is censorship resistance Suggest a serious lack of understanding of what a real Bitcoin (like BCH is trying to become) can do for the world. Or, your part of a dishonest team of social engineering agents trying to fool the public to believe things like that.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 22:23:31
/r/btc/comments/h9ce8v/bitcoin_positioned_for_largest_difficulty/fuywkzi/

Unless they "know" the price will rise? It is spring. Maybe the hydropower facilities are experiencing large rainfall and snow melt creating seasonal free power?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 22:07:34
/r/btc/comments/h9orj9/want_to_get_the_most_out_of_bitcoin_beware_of/fuyw5i2/

The best way to get the most out of Bitcoin is to sell BTC and buy BCH. Your worst enemy may turn out to be the dishonest article writers telling you BTC is a real Bitcoin with a big future even though it is development centralized and can't scale up for massive adoption even if large numbers of people wanted to buy it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 22:03:26
/r/btc/comments/h9pd7v/bch_coffeehouse_livestream/fuyvmdy/

Very very important topic!

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 21:58:20
/r/btc/comments/h92w3h/new_documentary_explains_the_crypto_revolution_in/fuyv13z/

It was entertaining. Looks like Rothchild may have removed it from the interwebs.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 21:52:38
/r/btc/comments/h95l7m/new_release_of_stamp_an_experimental_new_web3_bch/fuyrh23/

A wallet with secure messaging between it and other wallets! Sounds great!

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 21:18:28
/r/btc/comments/h95tfy/youtube_is_becoming_a_tool_for_social_media/fuy1pso/

I think assuming BTC was captured to allow many to make easy money is a false assumption spread by social engineering efforts to fool the public into thinking it was done for greedy reasons. We can all understand greedy reasons and believe them rather easily. I think this is a cover story used to hide the truth that the capture and corruption of BTC was primarily to stop it from becoming peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 17:38:55
/r/btc/comments/h9ce8v/bitcoin_positioned_for_largest_difficulty/fuy039u/

Could be attempts to drive out the less well capitalized competition or massive faith in the future price? Seems risky to me if the latter for BTC.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 17:25:53
/r/btc/comments/h9gin1/bitcoin_transaction_fees_drop_by_92_from_may/fuxzd9p/

For five minutes and then back up they go... The social engineering agents have to get these posts out quick while the situation lasts. Unless people stop using it to keep it low. Ya, that's a great thing to hope for, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 17:19:46
/r/btc/comments/h9hh4n/can_we_connect_crypto_atms_with_sendbitcoincom/fuxyxg4/

Thanks for doing the good work.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 17:16:04
/r/btc/comments/h9i2vh/bitcoin_transaction_fees_fall_by_89_in_under_a/fuxyjtf/

For five minutes and then back up they go... Unless people stop using it to keep it low. Ya, that's a great thing to hope for, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 17:12:54
/r/btc/comments/h9i8iy/hayden_ottos_buddyalt_expert_in_bitcoin_cash/fuxyblj/

Actually, you do just make stuff up. That appears to be your job here.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 17:11:01
/r/btc/comments/h9j3hd/roger_ver_blames_bitcoin_btc_maximalists_for/fuxxx70/

Click-bait thread title of this post exaggerates. Rodger Ver says he suspects ... Article is about how bad YouTube is these days.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 17:07:40
/r/btc/comments/h9jnjz/bitcoinorg_website_is_deliberately_misleading_the/fuxwkl6/

keeps anyone from having to go to the trouble of arguing when your dishonesty and dark intentions are so obvious.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 16:56:33
/r/btc/comments/h9jnjz/bitcoinorg_website_is_deliberately_misleading_the/fuxw3qz/

No need to imagine. The BTC team has been dishonest for years.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 16:52:42
/r/btc/comments/h9l63c/bch_wake_up_call_whatsapplibrazuckbucks_launching/fuxveo4/

Anti-crypto social engineering agent or just ignorant? Much of what you say is true, but, not the assumptions or conclusion.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 16:46:52
/r/btc/comments/h9l63c/bch_wake_up_call_whatsapplibrazuckbucks_launching/fuxujvj/

Thanks for the BCH support, but, Facebook pay is no more competition than Apple Pay or Google Pay. When you denominate your value in US Dollars or other fiat you lose most of the benefits of a real Bitcoin. Also, I expect all those apps to accept crypto for filling them up in the future. Then holding crypto until ready to spend it with one of those well adopted apps will provide us with the best of both worlds. It will be seamless and most will not even be able to tell they are spending crypto on the super easy apps that are widely accepted.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 15, 2020 16:39:42
/r/btc/comments/h0jh01/mom_is_denying_me_to_buy_bitcoin_how_can_i_change/fupncnl/

> When you sell your bitcoins, you are taking USD from some other investor. So any profit you may make comes from the loss of another investor. What loss? The one who bought the crypto got full value and probably hopes to make even more when they sell the crypto.. Maybe you are referring to the original seller of the crypto before this story began? Yes, that person could have made that profit if they had not sold their crypto. In the scenario we were discussing, the crypto is rising in value when compared to the USD. If you assume that, only people holding USD can be losing. Of course they know they are supposed to lose some value as that is the "plan" of the central planners. Then there is the question of whether the USD is worth less because the very volatile crypto went up? I think of it as the crypto growing in value while the USD remains slowly falling but stable. If crypyo triples in value, would you say the USD can only buy one-third as much real estate? of course not. What loss? I do agree BTC-Bitcoin is now a Ponzi because it has had it's primary use case (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people) disabled intentionally and is development centralized. For a real Bitcoin like BCH is trying to become, your math seems to be full of false assumptions. When the kids all come to school with 1,000 apples and the go home with only 998 it seems like a loss unless the value of every apple went up 10%. It seems like you may be pretending or assuming crypto ends this story worth nothing to make your math work. When you buy a Bitcoin Cash, you did not just lose money. Instead you traded money for something you think is worth more. If it turns out to be worth more as we were assuming for arguments sake above, the only losers are all those people who did not buy it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 12:02:03
/r/btc/comments/h15ndn/bch_vs_btc_why_is_there_such_a_war_between_this/fupksq4/

BTC-Bitcoin has disabled the primary use case of a Bitcoin on it's network. Without that, it is doomed to fail as a "Bitcoin". LN is not going to revive BTC as a "Bitcoin". It may create something more government and banker friendly? BCH is your real Bitcoin solution. It is the only project still seriously working to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people (freedom money). It is under attack by the same anti-Bitcoin forces that captured BTC, but, we keep plugging along towards the Bitcoin Dream.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 11:37:30
/r/btc/comments/h0upjj/bitcoin_cash_for_payments_bitcoin_for_storing/fupk1jp/

Yes, the instruction is to buy and not sell. We know that one. Segwit allows a tiny increase in scaling. Your confused or just trying to fool people. BTC can't scale up for massive adoption. Many got in early and got lucky. BTC was then captured and intentionally damaged so it could not fly much higher. Pretending others can trust it is clear dishonesty from you or those who fooled you.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 11:30:02
/r/btc/comments/h852vt/can_someone_help_me_understand_this_i_have_2009/fupitjq/

The wallet provider, if they control your wallet, may be adding more fees. Even if not, .06 USD does not sound like enough to make a BTC Tx these days. That can work if few enough people are using BTC.. If a wallet does the math wrong or the fee needed changes after you sent it, you could be waiting weeks or have it fail to go. Also, if you expect cash (USD) from the sale of Bitcoin, there are probably big fees for that.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 11:17:58
/r/btc/comments/h85sn9/grayscale_explore_the_underlying_learn_more_about/fuphwh0/

Pretty good summary of the report. I did not download it. They have some false assumptions and claim BCH was created at the fork, but, it is pretty good.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 11:08:52
/r/btc/comments/h85sn9/grayscale_explore_the_underlying_learn_more_about/fuphgyc/

Many that seem dumb are probably social engineering accounts used to fool the public into false beliefs. Beliefs such as we are all dumb or crazy also count when attacking this ecosystem.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 11:04:32
/r/hitbtc/comments/h87hb3/community_request_to_delist_bch_from_hitbtc/fuph34e/

I don't think this post speaks for the BCH community. Of course, neither do I.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/hitbtc on June 13, 2020 11:00:42
/r/btc/comments/h0upjj/bitcoin_cash_for_payments_bitcoin_for_storing/fuoxzfy/

97% of the time it has been lower, so, you can count on it if you buy at the "high" to not fall lower? BTC-Bitcoin has a scaling limit it has reached. It has little natural upside. Manipulation may make it good a while longer, but, it is not a reliable store of value.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 06:54:21
/r/btc/comments/h7oqan/investing_in_bitcoin_cash/fuoxgfo/

It is gambling (on a dream to make the world a better place). If you have been here a long time you should know a lot by now. It can go up or down and might crash and burn if the anti-crypto forces get their way. It should go up!

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 06:45:14
/r/btc/comments/h7pfxc/if_bitcoin_cash_people_truly_only_care_about_peer/fuox5s4/

This question is full of false assumptions used to trick readers. Too many for me to cover now. Bitcoin Cash people still care about Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). That's why we support the only project still seriously working to create a real Bitcoin.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 06:40:07
/r/btc/comments/h7rgib/why_are_people_still_using_bitcoin_and_paying/fuowres/

Massive social engineering and price manipulation makes people think it is a real "Bitcoin". Most people are not using BTC-Bitcoin. Keep building BCH and the people will come. When BCH can scale for viral adoption, it will and it will make the users of BTC look like the small group they are. They appear to intend to stay small, so, just outgrow them.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 06:33:02
/r/btc/comments/h7rvnd/bitcoin_is_currently_facing_the_10000/fuowfgd/

This BTC-troll (social engineering agent) posts a lot of misinformation like this. There is no such barrier. There is an inability to scale barrier that makes going higher a bad idea though.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 06:27:09
/r/btc/comments/h7u830/should_i_set_crypto_as_the_payment_method_on_my/fuowa3e/

I would suggest you add it to the options rather than making it the only option.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 06:24:30
/r/btc/comments/h7zu2c/bitcoin_will_save_you/fuovrvd/

BCH for the win. Only the wealthy (maybe the 2% rather than the 1%) can be saved by BTC-Bitcoin since it can't scale and would cost a lot to use if it was trying to be popular again. Even that would be temporary as it is a house of cards.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 06:15:33
/r/btc/comments/h82cec/anyone_else_feel_this_way/fuovh6x/

I don't think so.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 06:10:18
/r/btc/comments/h15ndn/bch_vs_btc_why_is_there_such_a_war_between_this/fuov519/

Unraveling the web of lies that led to your false assumptions is time consuming. That's how the social engineering works. They lie repeatedly (like saying BTC is a store of value we can all count on) and trust no one has time to respond to all the posts their massive team creates. It turns out lying repeatedly works to fool the public to some extent. It works all the better when their army also posts many times agreeing with the original dishonest posts and making it seem like everyone agrees with the dishonesty. Whether your one of the many agents pretending to be new here (or dumb or furious or sad or ... they use many disguises) or you are just caught up in the dishonesty we can't tell from here. I am not saying you are one of these evil agents of dishonesty.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 06:04:18
/r/btc/comments/h0jh01/mom_is_denying_me_to_buy_bitcoin_how_can_i_change/fuounas/

You say such crazy stuff. I guess you are saying 6% = .25% as long as you spend the 5.75% of your income so it can't be inflated away by by a Gov. printing more of it for them to spend? The way a good crypto works it the value of your savings goes up after you get paid. You don't have to spend it quick to avoid the constantly falling value of your savings. > But there is absolutely no source of money that would go to the holders of crypto. You can invest crypto (just like US dollars) in real estate or stocks if you want those gains. USD does not pay you to own it like you implied there. If you want to say "but no one accepts crypto", you would be mistaken, but, crypto can always be sold for whatever currency the seller of land or stocks prefer. If the value vs the USD (price) goes up, they can be sold for more USD than they were bought for. Pretending this is losing money is strange.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 05:55:38
/r/btc/comments/h0upjj/bitcoin_cash_for_payments_bitcoin_for_storing/fuotwf1/

I loved BTC-Bitcoin before it was infiltrated, captured and corrupted to keep it from becoming peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. Most real crypto fans did love BTC back in the day. Now BCH is the closest thing to a real Bitcoin.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 05:42:12
/r/btc/comments/gzmzvh/ask_a_big_blocker_ask_anything_and_we_try_our/fuotrim/

> Look at the historical chart to see how ridiculous you sound. Broaden your time frame to see the real picture and Google is a tiny blip on the timeline. They do want to own the future and may end up running the world, but, that is somewhat unlikely. BTC-Bitcoin is an even smaller blip with little chance of being important in the future because it was intentionally corrupted so it would never be able to scale up to the massive use cases a real currency must handle. I suspect it will remain somewhat relevant for historical purposes at least. It is useful if not used by too many people at once. That is a nearly-deadly flaw.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 05:39:46
/r/btc/comments/h0upjj/bitcoin_cash_for_payments_bitcoin_for_storing/fuotdrc/

> So how do you think I've managed to use Bitcoin as a SoV then? Lucky timing if true. That's not something others can count on for storing their wealth. Most people realize crypto is all gambling at this point. Some pretend it is not gambling.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 05:32:46
/r/btc/comments/h1590r/another_warning_regarding_george_donnelly_of_abc/fuot9n7/

The social engineering agents I call trolls do like to say that about me. I think they really do feel that way.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 05:30:40
/r/btc/comments/h16add/monetary_inflation_is_your_silent_enemy_and/ftq9mmo/

I call this writer a "BTC troll", but, I really mean "professional social engineering agent" working to harm Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people) by supporting the fake version (BTC). Usually, if you replace the ideas for BTC with BCH, they do seem to be true.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 15:49:16
/r/btc/comments/h1590r/another_warning_regarding_george_donnelly_of_abc/ftq9480/

Of course ABC has not been perfect. It appears some behind the scenes may be anti-Bitcoin and trying to divide the BCH community (since BCH is currently the best chance at a real Bitcoin - peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). Anti-Bitcoin forces attack BCH evey day in many subtle ways. BCHN also has great people who mean well as it's face. I hope they can keep it on track for the good of BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 15:45:10
/r/btc/comments/h15ndn/bch_vs_btc_why_is_there_such_a_war_between_this/ftq7bl7/

This appears to be one of many social engineering posts trying to fool the public into thinking BTC can be a store of value without utility. They make it seem like a compromise or peace offering so you do not realize the embedded false assumption you are accepting by agreeing that peace is better for all. Very professional and sophisticated social engineering.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 15:31:02
/r/btc/comments/h137sh/pentagon_documents_reveal_the_us_has_planned_for/ftq6v98/

Sounds like a reasonable explanation.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 15:27:25
/r/btc/comments/h0upjj/bitcoin_cash_for_payments_bitcoin_for_storing/ftq6mz8/

Sadly BTC can't do that either.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 15:25:34
/r/btc/comments/h0upjj/bitcoin_cash_for_payments_bitcoin_for_storing/ftq6frv/

Correct! Neither can store value yet. BTC's claims are outright dishonesty.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 15:23:59
/r/btc/comments/h0zr03/announcing_slp_lottery_reward_randomly_drawn_slp/ftq5aet/

simpleledger:qq0zv50tt2v7v8ratylgexktxesz8n2rl5p3jwdwsc

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 15:14:44
/r/btc/comments/h1083w/bolstering_privacy_human_rights_foundation/ftq4wwt/

The owners of BTC development will find a way to thwart this sort of effort. Great goal, but, wrong coin to try to fix.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 15:11:42
/r/btc/comments/h1590r/another_warning_regarding_george_donnelly_of_abc/ftq3kvs/

This thread is part of an ongoing pattern of personal attacks designed to divide the community, hurt the ABC developers and push support to BCHN. It may be coming from anti-Bitcoin forces. I think it has that "BTC Core social engineering playbook" feel to me. Dear attackers: If you think his work is sub-par, feel free to step up and suggest a better strategy for supporting our developers.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 15:01:04
/r/btc/comments/gzmzvh/ask_a_big_blocker_ask_anything_and_we_try_our/ftq2voo/

Google replaced it's predecessor and it will be replaced in turn by something much better. I agree a small improvement would not matter.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 14:55:30
/r/btc/comments/gwhk3j/where_is_the_real_bitcoin_site/ftq2oib/

Well re-stated troll army talking points. Many logic flaws in that comment. Too many for me to cover deep in this thread. If your personal info is accurate, you should be smart enough to see you have been fooled by the BTC team. BTC is no longer trying to be a real Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). It is really that simple.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 14:53:56
/r/btc/comments/h0jh01/mom_is_denying_me_to_buy_bitcoin_how_can_i_change/ftq22mq/

I believe in it and I usually use traditional methods still. That is a given you take as some sort of evidence the situation will never change. That's the logic flaw many cling to. You have to be blind or have your head in the sand to not see how more private, non-inflationary money that cannot be confiscated or frozen by governments (or corporations such as banks) will be a choice many choose in the future if it is stable and reliable and has user-friendly apps.. We are not there yet, but, it is coming. It will be very popular and that will make it grow in value so all owners get more wealth (instead of less wealth like Fiat). I am not suggesting it will replace traditional methods. It will transition into partnership with fiat methods. Credit cards can hold a balance or be paid for with either and still spend just like they do today. You will not even need to know it is a cryptocurrency behind the scenes.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 14:49:08
/r/btc/comments/h137sh/pentagon_documents_reveal_the_us_has_planned_for/ftppxd0/

Rather implausible scenario. If thieves could steal lots of money and turn it into Crypto, they would (they have been doing that for years). The Robinhood scenario they suggest is much less likely.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 13:12:13
/r/btc/comments/h137sh/pentagon_documents_reveal_the_us_has_planned_for/ftppish/

Shhhh. That's a secret and those documents have not been released yet.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 13:08:59
/r/btc/comments/h0jh01/mom_is_denying_me_to_buy_bitcoin_how_can_i_change/ftpnmsp/

Pretending it is rare was the dishonesty. It's not. People do it all the time. It may be rare on BTC-Bitcoin because they set it up to not be used. It is not rare for people to buy stuff with crypto, but, it is not common yet either. Crypto is not quite ready to take over the world yet. It should not be much longer now, though. When it does, I believe it will be surprisingly fast. Claiming the uncommon use now means it will never be common is a regularly used false logic argument. People attacking it with false claims (like you, even if you actually believe it) do slow us down, but, the people will have this freedom from fiat eventually. I would never claim Fiat does not work and get used a lot. I expect that will remain true even after crypto spreads adoption on a massive scale. Having options is good.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 12:53:59
/r/btc/comments/gzmzvh/ask_a_big_blocker_ask_anything_and_we_try_our/ftpmfwn/

If Bing was much better than Google it would.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 12:44:35
/r/btc/comments/gwhk3j/where_is_the_real_bitcoin_site/ftpm8ol/

Yep, the anti-Bitcoin team always says that.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 12:43:02
/r/btc/comments/h0dhw6/btc_bch_who_is_the_true_will_of_satoshi_nakamoto/ftol4yx/

> Bitcoin is decentralized because cryptocurrencies are not issued and managed by a central entity (such as a central bank), but are agreed by a large number of Bitcoin network users. That is the theory of the Bitcoin dream. Sadly, BTC is no longer a a real Bitcoin since it's management was captured by anti-Bitcoin forces who have removed it's ability to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. Also, a "store of value" would not lose much of it's value every now and then. Claiming BTC is a store of value is either dishonest or a clearly mistaken belief. The idea that BCH can be for trade and BTC can be "digital Gold" and we should all just accept that is pushed hard by the anti-Bitcoin social engineering army. Many have been fooled into thinking this idea is a reasonable compromise. IMO, BTC can't be one without being the other in the long run. BCH can be both and there is no reason why it would not be both.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 06:37:33
/r/btc/comments/h0izu0/if_abc_dont_have_development_finance_do_we_know/ftojxup/

I think the answer is yes unless there is a change they do not believe is a good one.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 06:18:52
/r/btc/comments/h0jh01/mom_is_denying_me_to_buy_bitcoin_how_can_i_change/ftojni6/

Hiding lies in complicated logic does work to fool many people, but, 4 is not true.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 06:14:16
/r/btc/comments/h0jz36/searching_for_the_next_bitcoin_is_as_useless_as/ftojir7/

Another BTC social engineering effort (Trick the public into false beliefs to try to make them true) from this tool of the anti-Bitcoin forces.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 06:12:08
/r/btc/comments/h0b1cl/is_defi_going_to_be_bigger_than_bitcoin_defi_may/ftoimk7/

So, I think BTC is a fake Bitcoin pretending to go after the job of Gold without the fundamentals needed to do that. I know many of your watchers (and a lot of social engineering agents pretending to be humans who love Bitcoin) need you to treat BTC with great respect. I was impressed you were honest about your opinions related to the weaknesses of the BTC maximalist's position in this video. I know that is not without risk. If you were talking about crypto's in general and DeFi's potential, I think you are correct DeFi could be much bigger than just currency/money. I think that is kinda obvious and one reason many have long said it is not just cryptocurrency, but, "blockchain technology" people should invest their efforts and money into. DeFi is just a new fancy word for something we all knew was possible and seems pretty likely now that this Genie is out of the bottle. I bet you already knew this as well. I do think this video is a nice way to package the idea for public consumption. I want to comment on the idea of Bitcoin or crypto 'going after the 11 Trillion Gold market cap". Like the idea of destroying Fiat and replacing it, I do not see crypto taking away Gold's market cap. Gold has real value and a limited supply. It is not going away. You may not have intended to imply the idea I am responding to, but, I wanted to respond so people who think destroying Fiat or Gold's market is our goal. I believe that 'statement of our intentions' is most likely being spread mostly by the anti-Bitcoin social engineering efforts. Yes, we see crypto being used as a safe haven like gold and we want to demolish evil central banks and runaway inflation. I think we intend to do that by being better money than fiat so they have to be better and by having real reliable value that can be counted on to last like gold. Crypto is not there yet although fiat big-wigs are already looking for ways to compete (get better). I see cryptocurrencies as having a LESS-limited potential market cap. I do not think the 11T or even 107T is all we can strive to be worth. I also hope to see Gold keep it's strong market.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 05:57:31
/r/btc/comments/gwhk3j/where_is_the_real_bitcoin_site/fto92bf/

That is the story the anti-Bitcoin social engineering army tells every day. Sadly for them (or their employers) BCH is keeping the dream of Bitcoin alive and that dream cannot be stopped. We loved BTC when it was still working to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. Sadly for the worlds people, BTC is not a real Bitcoin anymore.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 03:21:55
/r/btc/comments/gzmzvh/ask_a_big_blocker_ask_anything_and_we_try_our/fto91ky/

That is the story the anti-Bitcoin social engineering army tells every day. Sadly for them (or their employers) BCH is keeping the dream of Bitcoin alive and that dream cannot be stopped. We loved BTC when it was still working to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. Sadly for the worlds people, BTC is not a real Bitcoin anymore.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 11, 2020 03:21:35
/r/btc/comments/gzmzvh/ask_a_big_blocker_ask_anything_and_we_try_our/ftk6ee0/

Hash = coin price. IMO it is mostly due to a massive social engineering effort on all social media and price manipulation that is holding up the BTC-Bitcoin "house of cards". It has lasted longer than I thought possible. It should flip dramatically in BCH's favor since BCH has the better code and goals. I think it will do so in time.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 10, 2020 02:21:01
/r/btc/comments/gzo3ja/2020_libertarian_presidential_candidate_jo/ftk64c1/

She is fighting the good fight.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 10, 2020 02:17:07
/r/btc/comments/gzo5bk/while_many_people_consider_bitcoin_a_great/ftk5enb/

BTC-Bitcoin is now a fake Bitcoin and it has these sort of articles posted all the time. I call it social engineering. That and price manipulation are the pillars of support holding up the BTC "house of cards" today.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 10, 2020 02:07:24
/r/btc/comments/gzys15/great_discussion_on_bitcoin_between_mark_dice_and/ftk42ae/

I think he did misstate the way it works for his own purposes. Buyers never own any fiat they can then use to buy gold or whatever when the seller is using Bitpay. I guess there is a chance his marketing department fooled him into thinking that way to do a work-around on his biases?.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 10, 2020 01:49:21
/r/btc/comments/gzys15/great_discussion_on_bitcoin_between_mark_dice_and/ftk3sc7/

My comment under the video: I just watched the Bitcoin part of this video. I think Peter is right about BTC-Bitcoin (the expensive one). I think it is a house of cards (or pyramid scheme) held up by a massive social engineering team and price manipulation. Bitcoin Cash (BCH-Bitcoin) forked off when BTC was captured and corrupted to stop it from becoming peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people (the dream of Bitcoin). BCH is attacked constantly by the social engineering teams as BCH is keeping the Bitcoin dream alive and wealthy interests are still trying to put that Genie back in the bottle. If BCH succeeds, then we are still in the early days of "Bitcoin" and the current value is artificially low due to the attacks. It is still gambling to own it as the anti-Bitcoin forces are powerful and could kill BCH eventually in some way we do not see yet. Bitcoin believers will win eventually as the idea can't be stopped. BCH looks like the best chance for the success of Bitcoin at this time. No other project is even trying to be a real Bitcoin today. If your not sure what I mean by social engineering manipulation of social media, look at the comments under this video supporting Trump and how great America is getting today, lol. The army of "people" posting supportive messages subtly-related to his fake belief system is impressive. I bet they are everywhere on social media these days.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 10, 2020 01:45:42
/r/btc/comments/h038hp/when_will_btc_stop_being_valued_in_fiat/ftjz4u8/

When food and other stuff you want to spend it on is not priced in fiat.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 10, 2020 00:47:03
/r/btc/comments/gwhk3j/where_is_the_real_bitcoin_site/ftjyy2x/

This is the Bitcoin Sub. and BCH is the only real Bitcoin at this time. If r/bitcoin was not under evil control, we would still be there. It is hard to move a community from one sub. to another. There are a few BCH sub's, but old school bitcoiners stay here to talk about BCH developments and it's adoption. The fact that the BTC ticker was captured is sad, but, not enough to move the community.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 10, 2020 00:44:47
/r/btc/comments/gxwz5e/hold_your_gold_btc_spend_and_replace_your_cash_bch/ftjykoi/

We all want that, of course. It was the inability to scale that made the fees rise. That is why we still can't go viral yet without hitting that problem. Gotta fix the scaling before we can really become low fee reliable p2p electronic cash for the world.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 10, 2020 00:40:21
/r/btc/comments/gxwz5e/hold_your_gold_btc_spend_and_replace_your_cash_bch/fthbmej/

I think something will happen to make it go viral when the code is ready and most of the businesses will jump on board after it catches fire. The apps for them to jump in will also be easier and better by then. I realize most people agree with your opinion and that mine is counter-intuitive. I think the BTC spike in 2017 almost did it and businesses were joining rapidly when the price was spiking. I do agree it does not hurt to have adoption before the "event", but, only if adopters have a good experience. Falling prices and team infighting may not be conducive to that?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 9, 2020 10:50:06
/r/btc/comments/gwhk3j/where_is_the_real_bitcoin_site/fthb97y/

r/BTC was created to escape the social engineering team's capture of r/Bitcoin (now highly censored and opinion-controlled) before BCH existed. We discuss BCH here because this is the uncensored Bitcoin discussion subreddit and BCH is really the only Bitcoin project still trying to achieve the dream of Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). The anti-Bitcoin teams send people here to pretend they do not understand that regularly. They do that to try to confuse new people like you might be.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 9, 2020 10:46:57
/r/btc/comments/gygdjs/can_we_talk_about_decreasing_the_block_time/ftbeiia/

Talk yes. Always good to consider ideas. This one has been discussed a lot and is still coming up. Maybe a FAQ could be produced by both sides working together? Then post it where we could post a link to it when the question gets asked.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 19:33:01
/r/btc/comments/gykkb9/bitcoins_average_transaction_fees_fall_by_83_from/ftbbgjm/

High fees = failure (growth limiting) Low fees = Failure (unused and unable to grow)

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 19:03:46
/r/btc/comments/gwwhsj/how_decentralized_is_bch_and_what_are_some/ftbaza2/

Ya, ABC made the attack work very well. So well, good people joined the attack. Hopefully the good people can turn the attack into a good thing. They say they will and I have no reason to doubt their sincerity. Good to watch their funding sources and priorities. If they do not plan to take on the maintainance work ABC has been doing, further attacks on ABC seem suspect as well.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 18:59:13
/r/btc/comments/gwhk3j/where_is_the_real_bitcoin_site/ftbaehf/

Rich people have been fooling the public in an attempt to stop the success of any peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. The social engineering agents are fake humans used to make it seem like their views are common and believed by the majority. It used to be known as "advertising", but, when they take it a step further, it is called social engineering. It is very common in many aspects of life now. The price difference is temporary price manipulation by rich people, probably supported by government forces. Most blame "Tether" for the manipulation. I think Tether is another "pawn" like Blockstream. https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/the-troll-army-still-cant-stop-magic-internet-money-c5ad0453

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 18:53:43
/r/btc/comments/gxuoux/i_have_found_a_way_to_purchase_btc_with_a_credit/ftb9lxh/

Sounds like a great system to support.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 18:46:16
/r/btc/comments/gxwz5e/hold_your_gold_btc_spend_and_replace_your_cash_bch/ftb9fcu/

Fair points. When it happens, it may be sudden and surprising to many.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 18:44:30
/r/btc/comments/gwwhsj/how_decentralized_is_bch_and_what_are_some/ft9h4og/

> every group's tendency is to augment their influence A team that knows this and works to avoid falling into that trap is what we hope we have. I think the anti-IFP crowd falsely attacked the ABC-developer-team claiming they suffered from that problem. It does sound true (even when it is not true) when used to attack any powerful team.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 08:32:59
/r/btc/comments/gy65ye/mark_cuban_has_a_valid_point_a_bitcoin_economy/ft9gqdi/

Except for the critical scaling element, I agree. BCH is almost ready to go viral.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 08:27:38
/r/btc/comments/gxuoux/i_have_found_a_way_to_purchase_btc_with_a_credit/ft9gebh/

Traditionally, people leave value on exchanges even when counseled that it is dangerous. If you can withdraw small enough amounts quickly enough, you may be safe from that attack vector. Be sure you do not get hit with an upgraded KYC (information) request by trying to withdraw too much. Sometimes any withdrawl attempt can be used to require more KYC and review of your past documents. Often the crypto or fiat you think you bought is in their wallet and you just have a promise from them.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 08:23:03
/r/btc/comments/gwhk3j/where_is_the_real_bitcoin_site/ft9fyna/

BTC-Bitcoin was Bitcoin. BCH is now the real Bitcoin, but, the BTC team has a massive team of liars (social engineering agents) all over social media pretending BTC is still a real Bitcoin. They also pretend they do not understand the truth and ask questions like yours to confuse people. They also have price manipulation and other ways of keeping their house of cards standing for now.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 08:17:02
/r/btc/comments/gy4un1/bcash_is_gonna_crash_bcash_is_scam/ft9fom9/

That knowledge will spread like wildfire when the critical mass of good reasons have been achieved. One killer app, one big market manipulation making BCH rise and BTC stumble, one government fiat collapse, one... may be all it will take to tip the scales and cause viral adoption. Sadly, we do not have scaling figured out yet, so, we are not really ready to accept viral growth yet.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 08:13:06
/r/btc/comments/gy65ye/mark_cuban_has_a_valid_point_a_bitcoin_economy/ft9fcoy/

Should have happened already. Could happen suddenly any time now.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 08:08:23
/r/btc/comments/gy65ye/mark_cuban_has_a_valid_point_a_bitcoin_economy/ft8ope7/

Moving the BCH decimal point over (see the BCH roadmap) should fix the problem of people not being able to get some. BCH will lower inefficiencies more than it will increase them. Unequal ownership will be unfair as it is now. BTC-Bitcoin is a fake Bitcoin and he may be right about it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 01:06:01
/r/btc/comments/gxuoux/i_have_found_a_way_to_purchase_btc_with_a_credit/ft8np3z/

This post is probably an attack on [Bitcoin.com](https://Bitcoin.com) and may be a dishonest claim. Dishonest attacks on Roger Ver and his business are very common here. If you use fake documents for any exchange, exchanges can take your funds by "discovering" this after your account has value.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 00:53:25
/r/btc/comments/gxwz5e/hold_your_gold_btc_spend_and_replace_your_cash_bch/ft8mb5l/

A long non-answer to his or her question. What's BTC got that BCH does not have? Apparently you are trying to argue lack of adoption and use now means BCH is failing (compared to BTC) at being a store of value? Sadly for those who push those sorts of bad arguments, BTC is also severely lacking in adoption and not moving towards fixing that.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 00:37:01
/r/btc/comments/gxwz5e/hold_your_gold_btc_spend_and_replace_your_cash_bch/ft8lm1s/

Good for the short term maybe. When the lights dawn, BTC will collapse and your "gold" will be silver.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 00:28:56
/r/btc/comments/gxwz5e/hold_your_gold_btc_spend_and_replace_your_cash_bch/ft8l6ho/

Yes, except BTC is not gold. So hold BCH as well.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 00:23:52
/r/btc/comments/gxwzes/will_roger_ver_exit_bch_if_the_default_blocksize/ft8kld8/

I agree it is a non-issue. That said, the idea that we can solve the scaling dilemma later is risky as we may not be able to do it in a hurry when the killer app or whatever allows BCH to go viral. Failing to allow viral growth to proceed naturally could be disastrous for our long-term dreams. Plus, having scaling solved makes going viral an easier "sell" for marketing and encouraging that growth.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 00:17:02
/r/btc/comments/gxwzes/will_roger_ver_exit_bch_if_the_default_blocksize/ft8jjyu/

This question implies BCH will use increasing the blocksize as it's scaling method. That is a false narrative spread by the anti-Bitcoin social engineering teams. That is just one aspect of scaling BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 7, 2020 00:05:06
/r/btc/comments/gy4un1/bcash_is_gonna_crash_bcash_is_scam/ft8hphp/

All crypto's crash. That's one of the ways we know that the "BTC-Bitcoin is a store of value" claim is dishonest and untrue. BTC was the real Bitcoin before that project was infiltrated, captured and their mission was corrupted to remove the dream of Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). Now BCH keeps the dream alive and trolls like you attack the real Bitcoin every day.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 6, 2020 23:45:01
/r/btc/comments/gwhk3j/where_is_the_real_bitcoin_site/ft8ghhm/

No, the liars behind BTC-Bitcoin like to pretend that and then attack him personally as if that matters to Bitcoin (BCH).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 6, 2020 23:31:32
/r/btc/comments/gwwhsj/how_decentralized_is_bch_and_what_are_some/ft8fq3m/

I call it "OK" and I agree it is the least-centralized of the Bitcoins. Real full-on decentralization is a higher bar, but, I do not think that is the goal. I would like to see BCH get to a "good" decentralization of development rating on my scale. I think the most important thing for now is that the team behind a coin really wants to have that and is working towards it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 6, 2020 23:23:13
/r/btc/comments/gwbnqj/im_proud_to_offer_to_live_streamer_yoshi_a_non/ft8dmzh/

Took me a few days to watch it all, but, had a fun time. Was good to get a feel for the human side of a commentor I already had a lot of respect for. Impressed even more with Supernerd now.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 6, 2020 23:00:59
/r/btc/comments/gwg4hc/could_bitcoin_be_heading_toward_a_permanent/fsy5hga/

That is what they say they want. The "wealthy" they think will use BTC with high fees, however, are smart enough to use a coin with the same or better features and low fees.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 5, 2020 02:49:52
/r/btc/comments/gwhk3j/where_is_the_real_bitcoin_site/fsy5af6/

For discussion, you are there. We discuss the real Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people) everyday here. Anti-Bitcoin forces are here pretending to love Bitcoin as well. There is no Bitcoin Headquarters or official spokesperson if that's what you are looking for.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 5, 2020 02:47:10
/r/btc/comments/gsyywc/roger_ver_im_sorry_everyone_but_i_have_to_have_a/fsy41mk/

Yes, the middlemen slowing down commerce and those who profit from slowed commerce will lose a lot. Others who fail to embrace the future as well.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 5, 2020 02:30:22
/r/btc/comments/gwqmzj/when_will_you_accept_that_bch_has_failed_to/fsy0j9l/

When BCH is not the best chance any Bitcoin has of becoming peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people (The dream of Bitcoin). PS Hi new? anti-Bitcoin troll (social engineering agent).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 5, 2020 01:45:10
/r/btc/comments/gwrud8/satoshidice_thinking_about_leaving_bch_lets_get/fsxzwuh/

Fully fund the code changes you want (including current and future increased maintainance costs) and you should be able to get any change that seems good for BCH. If others benefit, ask them to help contribute to the expenses. BTW, it is not as if there is any dev team opposed to the dream of more flexibility. It seems it is just not easy to provide it on a limited budget.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 5, 2020 01:37:32
/r/btc/comments/gwwhsj/how_decentralized_is_bch_and_what_are_some/fsxz3cm/

In Jan, 2019 I wrote this article my comment is based on: [https://honest.cash/v2/Big\_Bubbler/decentralized-cryptocurrency-dreams-1932](https://honest.cash/v2/Big_Bubbler/decentralized-cryptocurrency-dreams-1932) 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 (Control over 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. **BTC** \- **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** \- **Mining/Security:** OK - Too little mining power to be "good". BTC miners helped save BCH from BSV's takeover attempt, so, we may have much more hash-power-security than it appears when needed. **Governance/Base Code Development:** OK - weakened by splits with BTC and BSV . The slow BCHN "takeover" could be a concern if it is secretly backed by anti-BCH forces. I call BCH "Battle Tested"*(tm).* **BSV** \- **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.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 5, 2020 01:27:34
/r/btc/comments/gub0br/panicking_rockitcoin_atm_please_help/fshv8zo/

If it is BTC, it might take weeks and then fail completely if your fee was not high enough. More likely it will make it through within hours. Good luck!

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 1, 2020 00:41:56
/r/btc/comments/gudup3/what_are_you_all_doing_for_the_eth_price_vs_bcash/fshumj2/

Hi Troll. I see flippenings as applying to tokens on the same mining hash system or same blockchain. Eth is not a direct competitor for BCH. Maybe SLP? No worries here though.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 1, 2020 00:34:44
/r/btc/comments/gu7rpg/but_bitcoin_cant_scale_harddrive_edition/fshu839/

> I am not suggesting we blame the tech industry for our failure to make BCH scale. I agree it is our code that needs to be worked on. Only then will we know if the hardware is ready. I am not suggesting we blame the tech industry for our failure to make BCH scale. I agree it is our code that needs to be worked on. Only then will we know if the hardware is ready.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 1, 2020 00:30:08
/r/btc/comments/gu7rpg/but_bitcoin_cant_scale_harddrive_edition/fshu4gc/

> we need to do better to become money for the world. Yes, this is my point. Until we can do this we should not hope to "go viral" as we would repeat the 2017 failure of concept. Until we can go viral, we can't really hope for viral adoption (which is what would make us peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 1, 2020 00:28:59
/r/btc/comments/gu7rpg/but_bitcoin_cant_scale_harddrive_edition/fshtute/

Blocks over something like 40 MB lead to problems. They are working on it, but, very slowly (IMO) due to low funding. Big blocks have happened and can be created, but, real world conditions with a flow of continuous large blocks is not something we can handle yet, AFAIK.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 1, 2020 00:25:52
/r/btc/comments/gsyywc/roger_ver_im_sorry_everyone_but_i_have_to_have_a/fshtfx8/

No, everyone should buy crypto. :-) The coming change will be easy to see as it happens and all can join.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on June 1, 2020 00:21:12
/r/btc/comments/gu7rpg/but_bitcoin_cant_scale_harddrive_edition/fsh23wo/

I am not suggesting we blame the tech industry for our failure to make BCH scale. I agree it is our code that needs to be worked on. Only then will we know if the hardware is ready.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 19:50:27
/r/btc/comments/gu4439/is_theres_at_least_some_conversation_on/fsh17ga/

Yes, the troll army of social engineering agents discuss that now and then while pretending to be pro-BCH. They often claim we should just abandon mining since our chain-usage stats are so low. It is all just BS dressed up in truths and the usual dishonesty.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 19:42:01
/r/btc/comments/gu7ahm/why_bitcoin_cash_failed_to_take_over_the_bitcoin/fsgzymf/

> If Zcash somehow fails in this mission to bring P2P to the world, it's pretty safe to assume nobody wants it and thus is the failure of Satoshi's dream. It is clear to me that the success or failure of ZCash would not signal "it's pretty safe to assume nobody wants" peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. That said, there is Much truth in his comments on BCH's weaknesses. The ZCash part is probably just a market manipulation effort. We know what coin his team owns a lot of now.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 19:30:32
/r/btc/comments/gu7rpg/but_bitcoin_cant_scale_harddrive_edition/fsgyv8j/

I think we are being optimistic if we think we have what we need to do massive worldwide scale today. Maybe, but, I have not seen real evidence of that yet. I hope you are correct. I believe scaling is the last thing we need to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. I think it should be the top development priority.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 19:20:39
/r/btc/comments/gu8w1t/today_i_learned_the_general_bytes_atms_are_using/fsgy99s/

Sounds great! I saw Spice has some support on CMC now also. That may be old news to others?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 19:15:05
/r/btc/comments/gtrlsv/btc_supporters_what_does_the_perfect_endgame_look/fsgxspj/

Massive adoption on a world scale (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people) is the goal of any real Bitcoin. It may take big blocks or multi-channel architecture or ???, I don't know how scaling will be achieved. The idea we will just keep making the blocks bigger is a lie perpetrated by the anti-Bitcoin forces that own BTC. BTC was captured to stop peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. If they let the block size rise on BTC, it will be because they found another way to keep it disabled.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 19:10:49
/r/btc/comments/gtrlsv/btc_supporters_what_does_the_perfect_endgame_look/fsgx7wc/

That is what we are told. Over and over. Blockstream is just a pawn in the bigger picture, but, they did capture commit access on the Github. The majority has no power over the real owners of BTC development. We could tell big blockers were the majority back then. Many, including me, were just blinded by the well funded social engineering. Until you see through the massive web of lies and distractions, it is hard to believe this level of social media manipulation is possible. Once you see it, it is much easier to see it is happening everywhere, all the time, for various wealthy interests. The Bitcoin-supporting majority has been under attack all along and we do have bigger blocks now (BCH). That's why BCH is attacked constantly. What makes up Bitcoin's dream is peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. The majority still want that. The new owners are here to stop that and to fool people into thinking most people don't want that anymore.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 19:05:28
/r/btc/comments/gsyywc/roger_ver_im_sorry_everyone_but_i_have_to_have_a/fsgvxco/

The reason we are under attack is that much of that value will come from the devaluation of fiat. I agree the massive increase in the market cap of crypto will lead to rising prices (inflation), but the people who own crypto will benefit at the expense of those who do not.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 18:53:51
/r/btc/comments/gtrlsv/btc_supporters_what_does_the_perfect_endgame_look/fsgvjaj/

They are trying to keep it on top for that reason. They are not worried it will ever become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. They might even let the blocksize rise if they can keep it disabled for massive adoption in some other way.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 18:50:24
/r/btc/comments/gsyywc/roger_ver_im_sorry_everyone_but_i_have_to_have_a/fsf8j3i/

Maybe, technically. The difference is that the token in your pocket grows in value (inflates) instead of a government creating new tokens to spend and making the fiat in your pocket shrink in value (bad inflation).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 10:06:25
/r/btc/comments/gtrlsv/btc_supporters_what_does_the_perfect_endgame_look/fsf85vd/

> No one owns BTC I used to believe this. You can't tell what the majority wants because of a massive and sophisticated social engineering effort that keeps everyone following the "company line". The majority wanted big blocks, but, were fooled into thinking they were a minority. Capture and corruption of BTC followed. A massive number of accounts like yours continue to spread the false narratives. Some are real humans that just got fooled. They all pretend to be real humans.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 10:02:18
/r/btc/comments/gsw5pb/amaury_threatening_another_ifp_in_november/fsf7jm3/

The anti-IFP movement has been very aggressive and anti-ABC. I guess thinking they deserve to be attacked would make it seem like they are not a victim of the "attack". Just today they (the ABC attackers) found an old youtube account to DOXX George with. The attacks are often personal and I can see why people strike back in anger sometimes. BCHN sounds great! I love their claims! I hope these collaborative ideas are followed through on. Destroy ABC seems like the goal of many on the anti-IFP side. Actually, I think many are anti-BCH. Of course, many are not. I don't think anyone should rage-quit.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 09:55:19
/r/btc/comments/gssld5/looking_for_who_to_sell_bitcoin/fsf61x6/

Looking for a trust trade on the internet rarely works.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 09:37:38
/r/btc/comments/gsuadb/rotting_culture_infighting_lack_of_development/fsf5o43/

I agree. It needs to be a better one in many ways, but, I believe a win-win IFP could be created.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 09:33:09
/r/btc/comments/gsuadb/rotting_culture_infighting_lack_of_development/fsf4rkj/

The chain-use stats do not worry me at all. The troll army of social engineers claim they think we need to give up because of them. Baloney. The infighting and slow speed of development do concern me. It is a dangerous time for the weak and vulnerable Bitcoin project. If we fail a new one will arise, but, I hope we do make this one work.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 09:22:23
/r/btc/comments/gsuadb/rotting_culture_infighting_lack_of_development/fsf4h4z/

There is infighting going on. people who want to improve funding via miner donations do get drowned out by the vocal opposition, but, if you don't see the infighting, your not looking. Of course, it does take 2 sides for that.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 09:18:55
/r/btc/comments/gsuadb/rotting_culture_infighting_lack_of_development/fsf3s7b/

>It doesn’t matter that you do, someone else likes the number 21,000,000,000 instead of 21,000,000, do we go ahead and change mining algorithms and reward schedules to suit what they > >like > >? Ya, that's the obvious result of anyone doing anything you don't like /s

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 09:10:31
/r/btc/comments/gsw5pb/amaury_threatening_another_ifp_in_november/fsf2ss4/

Other than his funding strategy, what is it you think he wants to do that is not aligned. I agree we need to avoid a king even if currently benevolent. There are ways to work together to accomplish that. Rage quitting ABC support is what many have called for instead of looking for a win-win solution.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 08:58:11
/r/btc/comments/gsw5pb/amaury_threatening_another_ifp_in_november/fsf2b1y/

What problem? lack of a good funding mechanism? Your question reminds me of the old 'did you hit your wife or beat your daughter' style attack question. In this case it is an attempt to make people think there is a problem without you needing to say there is one.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 08:51:51
/r/btc/comments/gsyywc/roger_ver_im_sorry_everyone_but_i_have_to_have_a/fsf0p65/

We would expect that from you, though.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 08:30:21
/r/btc/comments/gsyywc/roger_ver_im_sorry_everyone_but_i_have_to_have_a/fsf0l9y/

Inflation is when your buying power goes down, not up.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 08:28:53
/r/btc/comments/gsyywc/roger_ver_im_sorry_everyone_but_i_have_to_have_a/fsf0grt/

Inflation is when your buying power goes down, not up.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 08:27:07
/r/btc/comments/gt4m6c/miners_consider_switching_to_bchn_full_node/fsezu8n/

Is BCHN going to take over the maintenance work that is keeping ABC busy if miners switch? Or will you just continue to claim to be better while copying ABC's work? Trying to make it seem like getting funding for development from miners is a bad thing is working so far, but, I think that is anti-BCH and that information will become better understood eventually.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 08:18:17
/r/btc/comments/gt58e5/what_makes_bitcoin_money/fsez8n7/

It is gentle social engineering. It turns out that if you lie repeatedly, it works on many people. They make it seem so innocuous.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 08:09:31
/r/btc/comments/gta70x/goldman_sachs_tells_investors_bitcoin_not_worthy/fseyhqh/

I agree BTC sucks for investment potential. Fake Bitcoin and a House of cards, I tell you. A real "Bitcoin", however, can still take over the world. Maybe it will be BCH if we get past this very dangerous and weak point in our history.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 07:58:22
/r/btc/comments/gtg5yh/development/fsexw6p/

I think it seems we may be in a phase where we get the developments people agree to fund. Volunteer energy seems low at the moment. This may just be my perception due to the vocal complaints about unfunded development requests. If so, this can allow dark money to influence development and seems very dangerous to me (because anti-BCH funding may well be greater than pro-BCH funding).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 07:49:21
/r/btc/comments/gtrlsv/btc_supporters_what_does_the_perfect_endgame_look/fsewtbn/

Not going to happen. They captured BTC development to stop peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. They will keep it like this.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 07:32:36
/r/btc/comments/gtrlsv/btc_supporters_what_does_the_perfect_endgame_look/fsewq7k/

I think you (or your arguments) misunderstand the goals of the new owners of BTC. They do want permanent constriction. They captured BTC development to stop peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. They will keep it like this.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 07:31:14
/r/btc/comments/gtrlsv/btc_supporters_what_does_the_perfect_endgame_look/fsewj5a/

Pretending they will raise the blocksize later is like saying Lightning will be up and running in 18 months. If they can keep BTC from becoming peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people, they might allow the blocksize to grow. By then BTC will be a corporate tool without decentralization or freedom. It is already development centralized and lost in a fog of SOV baloney. They could take a path towards success like the one you suggest. They have already shown that is not their real goal. IMO, even the "Blockstream greed" claims for why BTC is on this path are mostly just a BS cover story hiding the truth that BTC was captured to stop it from becoming peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 07:28:10
/r/btc/comments/gtrlsv/btc_supporters_what_does_the_perfect_endgame_look/fsevw3m/

>1MB...2MB....4MB...in the scheme of things it doesn't matter. > >You simply can't quadruple one of the figures in your maths and say that doesn't matter... Yes you can. 4MB is nothing in the overall scheme of things. 4Mb is still small block.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 07:17:59
/r/btc/comments/gtunt8/bought_a_full_btc_bitcoin/fseviuw/

Social engineering post.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 07:11:54
/r/btc/comments/gtwz6b/the_purpose_of_bitcoin/fsevdkc/

They just lie repeatedly because that strategy works. It is called social engineering and it is common on all\* media now. * \* I think PBS does try to do it less.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 07:09:31
/r/btc/comments/gnzja5/can_someone_clarify_21_million_for_me/fsev539/

If you lie or trick someone out of their wealth (in any form) I believe that is to "defraud" them. Laws differ, but, we already have the laws against bad human behavior (theft). Catching the thief can be the hard part of crypto, so, do not trust anyone. Yes, I agree with your belief in a dark force working against the good of crypto: My theory: https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/the-troll-army-still-cant-stop-magic-internet-money-c5ad0453

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 07:05:37
/r/btc/comments/gkmq8a/btc_stopped_innovating_after_bitcoin_cash_forked/fseusvm/

Sorry, that's junk logic in my opinion. Higher fees will drive owners away, not make them love the coin more. SOV only works if it is true. It has not been true for any Bitcoin yet. The BTC is an SOV claim is all BS, so far. Tether is a real store of value, so far. Who knows how long that will be true? BTC can become an SOV someday when it can be counted on to not fall in value. We are not there yet.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 06:59:56
/r/btc/comments/gsja1q/bitcoin_core_developers_do_understand_economics/fsetz5j/

Copy of my comment under the article: Yes, the attack on Bitcoin was better funded than the Bitcoin project itself. Paying off developers who's personal greed outweighed their dedication to the original dream was an effective strategy. When I think of the economics of Bitcoin and the core strategy in relation to that, I think about the economics of Bitcoin and the Bitcoin ecosystem. I do not think about the economic choices made by some who, basically, sold their soul to the devil. I do see your valid point, I just do not look at that as "Bitcoin economics" even though it is an important part of it. I look at what would have happened if the developers had not been captured. Core appears to not understand economics because their token took a path towards economic destruction rather than growth. True, it was not really the individual developers who deserve the blame, it was the wealthy team that captured BTC and intentionally corrupted it. Even so, BTC crashed and burned in economic terms compared to where it would be today due to the decisions we call "Core strategy". "Core strategy and Core actions" are inaccurate shorthand descriptions pushed on us by the real owners of BTC. In the big Bitcoin-ecosystem economic picture I think your point also works. The goal of the attackers (bankers and other entrenched fiat defenders) was to destroy Bitcoin's ability to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people (or delay it as much as possible while they slowly adapt to the future) for wealth protection and/or maybe some kind of twisted "national security" fear. I still don't know who bought the BTC project. The Blockstream's greed explanations seem like a cover story to me. I think Blockstream was sent in to kill Bitcoin and make it seem like they were doing it for rational reasons. So, in my crazy view, it was probably economically rational for the new owners of BTC to destroy it's ability to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. So, they can be said to be economically rational. But that is still not the "Economics of Bitcoin" that I think of when saying things like Core took BTC down a bad economic path. You are right, it only seems like a stupid path if you are thinking about the bigger Bitcoin picture (like me). And, yes, the incentives seem to have failed because people who do not own enough BTC spent a lot of money to make sure it failed to perform and grow massively in value like it could have (and, I believe, still will someday). What it comes down to for me is that the people who claim to believe in BTC's future are making arguments that fly in the face of economic realities. Them lying all the time makes them seem stupid, but, it is their arguments that do not understand economics. The people behind the stupid arguments are probably very smart and very well paid.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 06:45:56
/r/btc/comments/gt6zr4/bitcoin_cash_lead_developer_amaury_séchet_drops/fsetpwx/

Yes, the attack on Bitcoin was better funded than the Bitcoin project itself. Paying off developers who's personal greed outweighed their dedication to the original dream was an effective strategy. When I think of the economics of Bitcoin and the core strategy in relation to that, I think about the economics of Bitcoin and the Bitcoin ecosystem. I do not think about the economic choices made by some who, basically, sold their soul to the devil. I do see your valid point, I just do not look at that as "Bitcoin economics" even though it is an important part of it. I look at what would have happened if the developers had not been captured. Core appears to not understand economics because their token took a path towards economic destruction rather than growth. True, it was not really the individual developers who deserve the blame, it was the wealthy team that captured BTC and intentionally corrupted it. Even so, BTC crashed and burned in economic terms compared to where it would be today due to the decisions we call "Core strategy". "Core strategy and Core actions" are inaccurate shorthand descriptions pushed on us by the real owners of BTC. In the big Bitcoin-ecosystem economic picture I think your point also works. The goal of the attackers (bankers and other entrenched fiat defenders) was to destroy Bitcoin's ability to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people (or delay it as much as possible while they slowly adapt to the future) for wealth protection and/or maybe some kind of twisted "national security" fear. I still don't know who bought the BTC project. The Blockstream's greed explanations seem like a cover story to me. I think Blockstream was sent in to kill Bitcoin and make it seem like they were doing it for rational reasons. So, in my crazy view, it was probably economically rational for the new owners of BTC to destroy it's ability to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. So, they can be said to be economically rational. But that is still not the "Economics of Bitcoin" that I think of when saying things like Core took BTC down a bad economic path. You are right, it only seems like a stupid path if you are thinking about the bigger Bitcoin picture (like me). And, yes, the incentives seem to have failed because people who do not own enough BTC spent a lot of money to make sure it failed to perform and grow massively in value like it could have (and, I believe, still will someday). What it comes down to for me is that the people who claim to believe in BTC's future are making arguments that fly in the face of economic realities. Them lying all the time makes them seem stupid, but, it is their arguments that do not understand economics. The people behind the stupid arguments are probably very smart and very well paid.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 31, 2020 06:41:36
/r/btc/comments/go6868/can_we_create_an_slp_token_pegged_to_the_price_of/frdz4cp/

And Bitcoin losses, of course. Sounds good to me. That sounds like a real crypto-like stablecoin. Most are not really crypto-like in my book. They all rely on a team and are like leaving your wealth on an exchange with the risks of loss that adds. New stablecoins created by relatively unknown teams are scary for investing in. Transparency and insurance could fix that, I suppose.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 18:09:06
/r/btc/comments/gnx4r6/onchain_scaling/frdy87d/

The idea that everyone should run their own node is just one of many dishonest social engineering strategies your team uses to fool the public into thinking BTC is still a real Bitcoin.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 18:01:17
/r/btc/comments/gnzja5/can_someone_clarify_21_million_for_me/frdqt74/

It is kinda odd that people can "counterfeit" cryptos without breaking the law. Really they can make a copy and say it is valuable. They can't make a copy and pretend it is the coin they made a copy of or it would be fraud. They are different. BCH is the real Bitcoin in my view because it's team is working to make it into peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. The BTC version of Bitcoin was captured and corrupted onto a path for a different set of goals that we really can't guess because it has owners that make the decisions now. They could make more than 21mil BTC if they wanted to. It is unlikely. They do pretend it is still the real Bitcoin. Call 'em whatever you want, but, math determines what's what and people/markets/faith determine what they are worth.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 16:57:49
/r/btc/comments/gnwcxr/bitcoin_halving_2020_what_to_expect_in_the_long/frdpeji/

I did not read the article that is probably just more pro-BTC social egineering to fool the public. I expect a collapse of the BTC house of cards down to around 2k per BTC. BCH, the real Bitcoin, may go viral and rise over 100K, but, I do not think we can scale enough yet to go another order of magnitude higher. I hope we fix the scaling limits.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 16:46:00
/r/btc/comments/gnx4r6/onchain_scaling/frdoq63/

Current usage is unimportant (except to the social engineering troll army). I think BCH can do visa scale now, but, that's not good enough. We need to fix scaling for true massive worldwide adoption so we can ask the world to adopt the real Bitcoin!

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 16:40:20
/r/btc/comments/gnx4r6/onchain_scaling/frdo831/

Social engineering Baloney! 10000 nodes or 5000 nodes is all the same censorship resistance in practice. Almost no one needs to run a full node to be censorship resistant.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 16:36:07
/r/btc/comments/gnx4r6/onchain_scaling/frdnxja/

I call BS! Actually I call "Social engineering BS". You guys have weak arguments and dishonesty to make it seem truthful, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 16:33:39
/r/btc/comments/gnx4r6/onchain_scaling/frdnsjl/

"a" p2p cash, yes. If we want to be "the" p2p cash or the biggest p2p cash for the whole world, I do not think we are ready. I think we could see viral adoption beyond our limits and, so, IMO we are not ready to ask the world to adopt us yet.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 16:32:28
/r/btc/comments/gnzh88/a_primer_on_craig_wrights_claimed_blocks_tulip/frdmnec/

I accidentally posted on r/Bitcoin because I did not realize clicking on the post above took me there. I knew it was posted originally there and I did not click the obvious link to the other sub., just on the post. Seems unusual to have it work like that. (I had to click on comments to get here)

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 16:22:53
/r/btc/comments/gnzh88/a_primer_on_craig_wrights_claimed_blocks_tulip/frdm8jy/

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Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 16:19:25
/r/btc/comments/gnzja5/can_someone_clarify_21_million_for_me/frdbnc3/

BTC and BCH are no longer on the same chain. They are copies and you can believe in all of them or just one if you want to. You can make your own copy of all 21 million, but, math and mining will determine which 21 million the miners believe to be real and valuable. By the way, if you own all of one, no one else will think it is valuable.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 14:51:16
/r/btc/comments/gnzja5/can_someone_clarify_21_million_for_me/frdb2cr/

If you think BTC and BSV are fake Bitcoins, then there are really only 21 million possible so far. If you believe the fakes are real, then you could say there are twice or 3 times as many. It is still a small number and limited. I can print billions of my own "USD notes" in purple and call them real if I want to. Does that worry you? It is confusing since BTC used to be a real Bitcoin before it was captured and corrupted into something else.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 14:46:27
/r/btc/comments/gnzr1h/i_have_been_banned_from_rbitcoin/frd9zpn/

I looks to me like you were trying to restate the company line they supposedly stand for and it was too terrible for them to allow. Now that you have been freed from that chapter in your life, I hope you start to see there is more wrong with BTC than you may have realized before. It seems like a house of cards held up by massive social engineering and price manipulation to me. I suggest you be ready to sell fast if either of those legs collapses.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 14:37:30
/r/btc/comments/gnur0g/bitcoin_market_capitalization_vs_block_size/frd861i/

I think it is for real "Bitcoins" and BTC does not really fit the definition anymore, but, anything can be discussed here. IMO, complaining about how bad BTC is here (which is what I think your post was doing) is not necessarily helpful for any Bitcoin. It makes this reddit more toxic than it needs to be. Just my opinion, you do have every right to keep kicking BTC all you want. I do agree with your abuse of them.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 14:22:23
/r/btc/comments/gnqp8w/if_btc_constantly_has_rising_transaction_fees_to/frc5zcx/

Sounds like Penguin-thinking. People will not use a coin that has that has that high-fee strategy enough to keep the fees high enough to fund mining security on BTC. The wealthy are not all stupid.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 08:51:43
/r/btc/comments/gnqzda/price_analysis_bitcoin_at_crossroads_will_a_break/frc5isl/

This is investor speculation about rising prices on BTC. Not the hoped for break-up of the fake Bitcoin.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 08:46:32
/r/btc/comments/gnr6jw/back_in_2010_1_papa_johns_pizza_cost_5000btc_now/frc4kn1/

His point is valid as he asks what if the original Bitcoin had not been attacked, captured and corrupted.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 08:35:27
/r/btc/comments/gnr6jw/back_in_2010_1_papa_johns_pizza_cost_5000btc_now/frc4gis/

With fees, maybe 550 pizzas unless your rich and buy 649 all at once.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 08:34:04
/r/btc/comments/gnu2jf/why_is_ross_ulbricht_so_often_praised_when_he/frc407j/

That unproven accusation was only used to make him look like a bad person and increase community outrage.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 08:28:33
/r/btc/comments/gnur0g/bitcoin_market_capitalization_vs_block_size/frc3k4y/

It does seem like it will get harder and harder for the BTC price to go up. I think we should probably stop randomly kicking the BTC dead horse so often in this redditt though.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 08:23:04
/r/btc/comments/gnvk9m/bitcoin_fees/frc31lb/

Many suggest the wealthy will be able to use BTC without concern over fees. I think that is social engineering looking to fool people into thinking they can be part of the elite class of crypto users if they pay the fees. Real wealthy people can afford high fees, but, they are too smart to choose that option without a good reason. The social engineering addresses this with the "BTC is the most secure" argument. Of course, in my view, BTC has already been captured and development centralized, so, has almost no security left at all. Even for people who do not buy my 'BTC has become centralized' argument and think Hash Rate is what makes for security, BTC is only on top for now. Because it can't scale for massive worldwide adoption, I believe a real "Bitcoin" like BCH (if it develops the ability to scale and become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people) will be able to "go viral" and skyrocket in price by attracting massive waves of new users (and BTC will not be able to do that). Since mining hash power follows coin price rather closely, according to my theory, the bitcoins that can scale will be the most secure in the future.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 21, 2020 08:16:38
/r/btc/comments/gl32f3/bu_nodes_exceed_abc_nodes_and_bitcoin_cash_nodes/fr9usjb/

> the movement against the IFP had no better solution > > That is irrelevant. It seems that way to people who think funding development is bad or unimportant. > Some in it did feel very strongly about replacing ABC. > I've read many of your comments and I think this is all in your head. I have read their comments.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 20, 2020 15:47:01
/r/Bitcoincash/comments/gjktof/were_bitcoin_abc_the_leading_full_node_software/fr9tzk2/

You were planning a split if the IFP activated were you not? Or were you thinking there was some other result that could happen if the two nodes were not compatible?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/Bitcoincash on May 20, 2020 15:40:42
/r/btc/comments/gn6jpb/bitcoin_cash_from_users_perspective/fr9tiry/

I do not think it was marketing that made BTC try to go viral. It was a team making a product people believed in. Then they broke BTC intentionally. BCH can gather that kind of optimism again in the future. Personally, I think we can do that better when BCH can scale better (can go viral) or when the price is rising more consistently. Continuing to educate people about the potential is always good, of course.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 20, 2020 15:37:03
/r/btc/comments/gn9ym4/this_bitcoin_documentary_from_africa_is_streaming/fr9rnhs/

Crypto is taking over the world as expected :-)

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 20, 2020 15:22:54
/r/btc/comments/gnfg99/building_tools_for_mass_adoption_whats_first/fr9mmsg/

"What's first?" is a great question to ask. Will we need off-chain solutions to allow BCH to go viral or can we solve the scaling situation on BCH? Both will be great, of course, but I hope we can have massive worldwide adoption secured by the mining hash system on-chain.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 20, 2020 14:42:30
/r/btc/comments/gl32f3/bu_nodes_exceed_abc_nodes_and_bitcoin_cash_nodes/fr87xv2/

I agree the IFP had flaws, but, funding is important and the movement against the IFP had no better solution or realistic proposed alternative. They did not seem interested in looking for a win-win solution. Some in it did feel very strongly about replacing ABC. I believe that was some people's highest goal. Maybe the rest were just busy and did not have time to try to find a community supported alternative. I may have mistakenly suggested the anti-BCH team behind all this just wanted to burn ABC down. They also wanted to divide the community and stop BCH developers from getting the funding we need to make BCH able to scale for massive worldwide adoption. I don't think the visible BCHN team is looking to achieve those goals, I think they just fell for the dark side's trap.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 20, 2020 06:35:21
/r/btc/comments/gmldi1/amaury_lead_developer_of_bitcoin_abc_claimed_that/fr4j5aj/

Sounds like a paywall scam to get people to pay. Anyone with a history here think the site is legit?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 19, 2020 08:01:36
/r/btc/comments/gkmq8a/btc_stopped_innovating_after_bitcoin_cash_forked/fr4hsz6/

> at some point adoption makes it too big too fail... Yes, that is my point. You may not see it yet, but, BTC can't grow in scale like BCH or any real "Bitcoin" would be able to. The adoption will go to the coins that can serve the masses. That adoption will allow for massive price rises. BTC will be a niche player with useful uses as long as it is little-used. BCH will be that tool for the wealthy as well. They are smart enough to prefer lower fees as well. The coin with the highest price will have the most security and that will be the coin with massive adoption.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 19, 2020 07:43:32
/r/btc/comments/gl32f3/bu_nodes_exceed_abc_nodes_and_bitcoin_cash_nodes/fr4h4af/

No. Few were interested in anything but burning ABC (BCH) to the ground using the IFP excuse. I may be exaggerating that, but, that is the goal of the anti-BCH team that the BCHN team came together to support. Professionals sowing division had a big win this time.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 19, 2020 07:33:52
/r/btc/comments/gl32f3/bu_nodes_exceed_abc_nodes_and_bitcoin_cash_nodes/fr4gs3o/

Everyone (including ABC) was pretty much opposed to activation of that particular IFP code. Pretending that means ABC is now hated by all is social engineering. Anti-funding and anti-BCH social engineering supported by people who fail to see the big picture.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 19, 2020 07:29:01
/r/btc/comments/gl15px/bitcoin_gives_you_an_unique_opportunity_to_choose/fqvbux4/

Writer is a BTC social engineering agent tricking the public into thinking BTC is a real Bitcoin still.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 16, 2020 20:06:21
/r/btc/comments/gl32f3/bu_nodes_exceed_abc_nodes_and_bitcoin_cash_nodes/fqv8z98/

Yes, but, that does not make it a bad idea overall. It is massively flawed and could have been improved if that was the goal of the opposition to ABC funding.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 16, 2020 19:38:09
/r/btc/comments/gl32f3/bu_nodes_exceed_abc_nodes_and_bitcoin_cash_nodes/fqv8rxp/

Pretending that ABC has been pushed to the wayside is social engineering when it is not true. The anti-funding team does that a lot and reminds me of anti-Bitcoin social engineering strategies.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 16, 2020 19:36:15
/r/btc/comments/gl32f3/bu_nodes_exceed_abc_nodes_and_bitcoin_cash_nodes/fqv8i38/

Of course their are other ways to interpret it such as 'the attackers have that much support now'. I was worried about BCHN forking off, but, if it is just BU and BCHN's 6%, we might be better off going through the painful split like we were when BSV forked off.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 16, 2020 19:33:38
/r/btc/comments/gkmq8a/btc_stopped_innovating_after_bitcoin_cash_forked/fqt0p25/

That is a fair point, however, it assumes BTC can store value long-term without a competitive use-case. Pyramid scheme works great until it does not anymore. For now, I agree it is great for short-term investing if you are ready to sell fast and pay a 1000 USD fee to do so (or keep your wealth on an exchange which is dangerous). I do think BTC may be able to store value around 2,000 USD per coin once it settles into the future you propose. It can't scale so, IMO, it can't have waves of new adoption raise it's value to great heights.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 16, 2020 06:44:44
/r/btc/comments/gkmq8a/btc_stopped_innovating_after_bitcoin_cash_forked/fqsv6xl/

This is a false logic explanation spread by the BTC social engineering army of dishonest information spreaders. BTC was intentionally corrupted to keep it from being important in the future. Dishonest social engineering and massive market manipulation are keeping it in the limelight, but, since BTC has very limited fundamentals, it is only good in the short term while the people are fooled by the dishonesty and manipulation. That may last years longer or collapse at any time.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 16, 2020 05:06:55
/r/Bitcoincash/comments/gjktof/were_bitcoin_abc_the_leading_full_node_software/fqr1iph/

>We made sure to offer an alternative to ABC users who did not support the IFP. If you are a real alternative, have you got the funding to do all the maintenance work ABC does? On top of that, can you also get us avalanche and scaling as fast as ABC can? BCHN is calling for the split if the funding plan activates. You may have a valid reason for wanting to?, but, pretending ABC is working to split the chain is to spread deceptive misinformation.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/Bitcoincash on May 15, 2020 16:50:58
/r/btc/comments/gkg49o/jk_rowling_i_dont_understand_bitcoin_please/fqqzydq/

With a real Bitcoin like BCH, you point your wand anywhere in the world and your money teleports there. The ministry of magic cannot stop it or see who you sent it to.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 15, 2020 16:37:15
/r/btc/comments/gjwlq3/westis_a_protest_movement_and_people_are/fqqx0ku/

Well, we do not have the scaling yet. I may just be too impatient, but, it seems like there is no funding for getting that work done. Some of his view is probably based on our wanting things but not funding them. The recent anti-funding protests are against the IFP and the protesters claim they will follow through in many ways, but, they do not seem to have the real funding to replace ABC. If they did I would suspect the funding came with strings like Blockstream's. Time will tell. I don't really agree "the West is all a protest movement". I just want functional peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. I do not want it as a protest against fiat or a government, even though that is a nice side affect. Of course, I believe there is an element of anti-BCH (anti-Bitcoin) social engineering going on in the Western social media that is opposed to most good stuff and for most bad stuff. So, there is a protest for most every good idea or question. That may just be a convenient excuse, but, it does make for a hostile atmosphere here.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 15, 2020 16:11:33
/r/btc/comments/gj6orz/podcast_amaury_séchet_may_2020_upgrade_part_3/fqqu3cc/

I have seen the coverage, but, I am sure I have a biased viewpoint.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 15, 2020 15:46:18
/r/btc/comments/gjz2ne/bch_price_nearing_atl/fqp5i7x/

That is what "price" means.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 15, 2020 05:42:30
/r/btc/comments/gk3rdx/why_does_btc_manage_to_have_an_absurdly_higher/fqp57ym/

IMO, The amazingly successful BTC house of cards is held up by the twin pillars of massive market manipulation and massive social engineering on all social media. It is a hoax with some merit. I estimate real coin value for BTC around 2,000 USD. I see BCH around the same price or a bit higher until we fix scaling for massive worldwide adoption and it goes up virally 100 fold like BTC had begun to do before it hit the wall. BCH still has a wall and needs to fix that before it can go viral properly..

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 15, 2020 05:37:37
/r/btc/comments/gjwlq3/westis_a_protest_movement_and_people_are/fqp4naw/

Long but good effort at communication.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 15, 2020 05:27:50
/r/btc/comments/gjwlq3/westis_a_protest_movement_and_people_are/fqp4ir1/

Perfect protest comment, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 15, 2020 05:25:43
/r/btc/comments/gjwlq3/westis_a_protest_movement_and_people_are/fqp41vi/

Scaling for massive worldwide adoption?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 15, 2020 05:17:44
/r/btc/comments/gjz2ne/bch_price_nearing_atl/fqolyiy/

Deceptive post. Not the real price. Price compared to the corrupted and highly manipulated price of BTC. Could be the best time to sell BTC for BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 15, 2020 00:53:29
/r/btc/comments/gjg43m/cryptocurrency_is_being_manipulated_so_btc_can_be/fqokbdf/

For the exchange to lend you the coin, they must buy it first. Shorting is gambling that the price will fall. If I am not mistaken, it is not dumping.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 15, 2020 00:34:09
/r/btc/comments/gj6orz/podcast_amaury_séchet_may_2020_upgrade_part_3/fqoj38y/

BCHN will be a parallel attempt to be like ABC without the IFP. They have no track record and may be an attack on BCH for all we know. I am aware good people are the face of the BCHN attempt to replace ABC.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 15, 2020 00:19:58
/r/btc/comments/gj6orz/podcast_amaury_séchet_may_2020_upgrade_part_3/fqoitrj/

>I am very unconcerned about competing against big investors in the developer talent marketplace. That may be what devs themselves want to talk about, but it's not a competition Bitcoin Cash needs to concern itself with. BCH will attract talented people for many reasons, because they want to be working on BCH. This logic seems to have failed so far. We should have developed scaling and be taking over the world by now.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 15, 2020 00:17:01
/r/btc/comments/gj6orz/podcast_amaury_séchet_may_2020_upgrade_part_3/fqoinhb/

The way he praised BTC and claimed BCH was small and lost in the desert, I am concerned he may be advertising himself as available talent willing to switch teams if not well paid on ABC.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 15, 2020 00:15:04
/r/btc/comments/gj6orz/podcast_amaury_séchet_may_2020_upgrade_part_3/fqoi72f/

I don't think he said that, but, I like that idea. I think he said we need to have a plan and a set goal we agree on. I think he thinks the "roadmap" was that and some (BCHN?) are trying to change that focus?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 15, 2020 00:10:04
/r/btc/comments/gj6orz/podcast_amaury_séchet_may_2020_upgrade_part_3/fqohrtf/

The host pretends to be neutral rather poorly, but, asking the tough questions is what was needed. IMO, people who follow CoinSpice know he has a position on the IFP issue. Asking if there is some way Amaury could say he was mistaken and reach out to the BCHN team so Amaury could capitulate was almost funny. The point that the r/BTC Reddit has become too full of crazy X-GF/BF (BCH fans on Reddit) rants is pretty true. It is full of anti-BTC rhetoric. I agree real BCH fans should post less about BTC's many shortcomings. Where that story seems flawed to me is the parts about the "X" not caring about the x-partner and about BTC being a wonderful success. Instead the "X" (BTC) has a team of agents pretending not to work for the "X" filling r/BTC with pro-BTC and anti-BCH posts 24/7. These "trolls" (I call them for short) are a big part of why r/BTC is so full of BS. For Amaury to not see the massive social engineering effort seems odd. Then he acts like BTC is a wonderful success and BCH is small and unimportant in comparison. I think BCH is still the real attempt to create Bitcoin. BCH needs a lot of work to get scaling figured out, but, if BCH can achieve that we can bloom into something wonderful. BTC, on the other hand, was captured and intentionally corrupted so it cannot become a real Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). Which project has a better product does not seem to be at issue. For Amaury to not see his project is superior is concerning. Maybe he does not believe BCH can achieve the Bitcoin dream anymore? Yes, many have expectations that do not match reality. I want ABC to make BCH capable of scaling for massive worldwide adoption soon. I am saddened to hear his lack of optimism. Yes, BCH is smaller than BTC on many metrics. We do not have a massive social engineering effort combined with massive price manipulation to make us seem like the better Bitcoin (even though we are). Amaury, of all people, should know BCH is the future if we do not mess it up with stuff like emotional errors, egos and infighting. The anti-Bitcoin forces are working hard to break BCH and some on the BCH team seem to be letting them have their way. I hope this fork goes well and we do not split the chain or community more than we have already. I don't care what team makes BCH into peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. To me ABC and BCHN both seem like dangerous elements that could destroy BCH before we get there.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 15, 2020 00:05:27
/r/btc/comments/gjd57j/tether_prints_2b/fqlaqml/

USA does not have that power unless they get an international effort that can actually stop their activities. I am not even sure what nations would need to be willing to help the US, but, I bet they are keeping their assets in places that will be hard to convince.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 14, 2020 06:30:25
/r/btc/comments/gjfleo/around_the_block_6_bitcoins_dominance_alongside/fqlabkh/

BTC: > **Technical simplicity:** Where other protocols seek to expand to novel use-cases, Bitcoin’s technology is already capable of achieving its mission Yes, they can achieve a mission. Sadly BTC cannot achieve the original mission of Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). The new owners who control it's development pretend they have changed their mind about what their token should try to be. I think this is to cover up their primary goal (to stop peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). I can see why Coinbase will take all the social engineering disinformation as gospel to keep their profits up. I know they do try to be diplomatic and avoid restating some of the obvious lies team-BTC relies on to keep it's house of cards upright. I think they see the truth and just can't say the "Emperor has no clothes on".

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 14, 2020 06:23:42
/r/btc/comments/gjg343/the_elephant_in_the_room/fql9cay/

You must be dishonest or unaware of a lot of stuff that is happening to make such a post. As for centralization, yes, it is a concern to be avoided by real attempts to create a real "Bitcoin". BTC and BSV are fully development-centralized. They are lost causes unless the owners find a way to release their control. BCH is not perfect and it is young, small, development-underfunded and vulnerable to takeover by a well funded attacker pretending to save us from our own primary developer team(s). Wow, that may be what is going on now. I hope the BCHN team's attack on ABC's (admittedly belligerent) control over BCH is really well intended like many on that team think. I think this is a very scary time for BCH. Assuming we survive the current infighting, BCH is the only Bitcoin project that I believe works towards and believes in decentralization. We do not have perfect decentralization and probably never will, but, we care about it and seem likely to have more of it than any other Bitcoin on the horizon.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 14, 2020 06:07:22
/r/btc/comments/gjg43m/cryptocurrency_is_being_manipulated_so_btc_can_be/fql8k98/

Tether may have collateral, we just don't know and should not assume they do. I don't think you can continually dump a coin you don't like and want to harm without buying it first. I could be mistaken?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 14, 2020 05:54:11
/r/btc/comments/gji30b/will_btc_go_down_a_little_bit/fql874s/

I think it will go down a lot. Not sure when though. Real value is down around 2,000.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 14, 2020 05:48:01
/r/btc/comments/gji6bg/btcs_hashrate_has_now_crashed_50_following_the/fql81vm/

No! Liquid is the new lightning and it is only 18 months away...

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 14, 2020 05:45:35
/r/btc/comments/gji6bg/btcs_hashrate_has_now_crashed_50_following_the/fql7zio/

Inferring good news when there really is not any is the BTC way, lol. Maybe your right this time?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 14, 2020 05:44:30
/r/btc/comments/giv68d/whether_it_gives_higher_profits_for_now_or_not/fql7u9h/

The dishonest claims about how the future is bright due to "X" technology coming soon has been the hallmark of the social engineering attempts to fool the public into thinking BTC has a bright and popular future.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 14, 2020 05:42:04
/r/btc/comments/giv68d/whether_it_gives_higher_profits_for_now_or_not/fql7pr7/

Your comment is full of misconceptions and dishonest logic. Whether you believe it or not, it is not worth trying to explain all the logic flaws in that comment. That is how the social engineering works. They lie so much real humans do not have time to explain the disinformation hidden by the reasonable sounding BS.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 14, 2020 05:39:54
/r/btc/comments/giv68d/whether_it_gives_higher_profits_for_now_or_not/fql7j3p/

I do not know that, but, maybe that is the target audience for BTC. It is their only hope.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 14, 2020 05:36:42
/r/btc/comments/gijj2u/i_can_understand_why_the_current_consensus_calls/fql7g6d/

I argue they are really anti-bitcoiners pretending to be part of the community.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 14, 2020 05:35:18
/r/btc/comments/giuee8/just_a_comment_about_the_twospace_thing_in_the/fqh1rra/

Well said. Yes, the one-space thing is new. Also new is only one comma in this series of red, blue and green.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 13, 2020 06:14:11
/r/btc/comments/giui9e/bch_hard_fork_may_15_2_coins/fqh1i5l/

The pro-BCHN team claims no. Maybe they assume ABC will give in to their attack? Time will tell if they understand the consequences of their actions. Anti-Bitcoin forces are hoping it will divide us further.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 13, 2020 06:09:47
/r/btc/comments/giv68d/whether_it_gives_higher_profits_for_now_or_not/fqh18cq/

Ya, even massive market manipulation (to over 1mil/coin) will be unlikely to be able to fix the problem if blocks stay small and massive new people cannot join in on the buying side. Maybe almost all trading will be on exchanges with no real TXs? Maybe, but, I think that is a pretty tough road.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 13, 2020 06:05:17
/r/btc/comments/giw28u/bitcoin_becomes_scarcer_than_ever_in_one_historic/fqh0v49/

"BTC is a real Bitcoin" social engineering writer.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 13, 2020 05:59:15
/r/btc/comments/gilgsj/bringing_up_ucryptochecker_isnt_an_actual/fqh0osk/

If your history shows your opinion does not matter, that can be a reason not to like being outed. Bot is doing it's job. If it is not obvious, it lets people make up their own mind. I can see why many would not like that either. If you can stand to be in r/Bitcoin and post there without getting banned, you have to be a shill. No need to get paid, just tow the company line. IMO, getting fooled into believing their disinformation is worse than getting paid.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 13, 2020 05:56:20
/r/btc/comments/giiltr/what_mechanism_does_blockstream_co_use_to_disrupt/fqh08ww/

BCH is that new developer team. It may be under attack again by the BCHN fork attack? I think many on the BCHN team think they are good guys saving us from the ABC team (that created BCH and was trying to set up an automated way for miners to donate to the underfunded developers - IFP). Attacking our primary developer team (ABC) and a new funding strategy (IFP) is what an attacker would want to do. Can the good guys on BCHN make it a good thing instead of an attack? I hope so.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 13, 2020 05:48:56
/r/btc/comments/gijj2u/i_can_understand_why_the_current_consensus_calls/fqgzpmf/

>The decision to stick with 1MB is just ideological. > >They believe it will optimize the network for being a store of value. I think this is a ruse to fool us into thinking it was anything other than an attack to stop peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. Same with the 'Blockstream greed' justification for 1MB. The web and layers of lies in this social engineering attack are quite impressive once you see through it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 13, 2020 05:39:58
/r/btc/comments/gijj2u/i_can_understand_why_the_current_consensus_calls/fqgzf0z/

Yes, BCH did continue the branch that is working to become "Bitcoin" (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). No, there is and never was consensus for 1MB blocks. A massive social engineering effort fooled the Bitcoin community into thinking the attack on Bitcoin had community support. It never did. BTC was infiltrated, captured and corrupted years ago. The social engineering and massive price manipulations keep much of the public unaware of the truth of the situation. Many say they do not believe small blocks are a good idea and wonder why so many other people think it is a good idea. The "other people" are mostly fake accounts pretending to like it for their masters (and some who have actually been fooled). The success of the attack on Bitcoin is actually quite impressive.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 13, 2020 05:34:58
/r/btc/comments/gilgsj/bringing_up_ucryptochecker_isnt_an_actual/fqg8vi7/

I have seen this attack on cryptochecker use before. The bot has valid uses and many don't like to be outed by it. If you are not a troll from an anti-bitcoin camp, why would you care if someone checks your record when you make claims or opinions known?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 12, 2020 23:28:18
/r/btc/comments/gg82fc/the_truth_is_that_both_btc_bch_are_facing_a/fqg5qgh/

IMO, BTC's code path was created to block it's use as a real "Bitcoin". They have a lot of stories about it being a good path for purposes x and y. I think those are just fabrications to fool the public. Intentionally limiting scaling that much seems to disable it's use for any large group of people. A little used token could have use cases, I guess.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 12, 2020 22:55:54
/r/btc/comments/ggcxox/how_is_bitcoin_a_store_of_value_if_tether_is/fqg57fh/

Ya, I would never want to own any, or at least not for long. There are better stablecoins now. I suppose they are less well invested because a good one will not allow dark money in?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 12, 2020 22:50:30
/r/btc/comments/ggdfkg/bch_shills_are_everywhere/fpzr9k3/

IMO, "shill" is a term best applied to people who dishonestly imply something is worth more than it is. BCH fans are supporting the only project seriously working to create a real Bitcoin for the people of the world. Saying good things about an intentionally development-centralized token like BTC-Bitcoin would usually be shilling. Especially if you come to this sub where we believe in real Bitcoins trying to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people to spew dishonesty and misdirection.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 9, 2020 07:05:15
/r/btc/comments/ggcxox/how_is_bitcoin_a_store_of_value_if_tether_is/fpzpi95/

If Tethers are backed by fiat, then it is just fiat value moving into crypto and that should be good. Admittedly, we can't tell if Tether is backed by collateral or not. It is scary for all crypto, not just BTC. Even if Tethers are value-backed, I think tether lets in "dark fiat money" that is not government sanctioned funds that have paid their taxes and it allows the wealthy to anonymously manipulate the markets. I think BTC is highly manipulated and most pumps are unlikely to represent organic value growth. To be honest, I like manipulations that make crypto more valuable even if they are used to fool the public into thinking BTC is a real Bitcoin and store of value (BTC is neither). The house of cards that is BTC and may be Tether as well is very scary for the potential black eye(s) public confidence may well get someday. While it lasts, however, I like the upward manipulations since the real cryptos rise with the scammy ones. Just be sure you own a real crypto like BCH when the house of cards collapses

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 9, 2020 06:54:10
/r/btc/comments/gg82fc/the_truth_is_that_both_btc_bch_are_facing_a/fpzjbjd/

It's development-centralization makes it unsuitable for most long term uses. You have to trust the new owners/controllers of the BTC code. They are clearly dishonest and devious, so, not a good long-term plan, IMO. Would they release their control? Both BTC and BSV could decentralize, but, neither team seems like the type to do so.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 9, 2020 06:10:16
/r/btc/comments/ggbqv4/decred_cofounder_bitcoins_halving_will_make/fpzihqh/

Ya, like they get to choose what buyers are willing to pay /s LOL.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 9, 2020 06:04:56
/r/btc/comments/gg0c2s/literally_everything_in_bch_ecosystem_is/fpzffgt/

I agree the future looks bright and signs are good. The viral growth we almost had in 2017 would be great at first, but, BCH can't really scale yet. So, I hope we are able to fix that before we need it. I think a massive wave of adoption could be a bad thing if we fail like BTC did (even though BCH would reach a much higher level before hitting limits). I see massive and sudden adoption growth as a possibility. I wish we were ready for it so we could hope for it and claim to be able to accept it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 9, 2020 05:45:55
/r/btc/comments/gg82fc/the_truth_is_that_both_btc_bch_are_facing_a/fpz4b0z/

That is the theory we are provided. It assumes those who control BTC actually want it to be successful in the long run. Time will tell.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 9, 2020 04:37:05
/r/btc/comments/gea0gp/why_do_people_buy_bitcoin_from_purseio_when_the/fpysvms/

As I remember it, different offers at different rates are available. If so, I would guess some are better deals.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 9, 2020 03:18:51
/r/btc/comments/gedtd7/despite_lacking_momentum_above_9k_bitcoin_holders/fpnatc5/

Unfettered Optimism is fun.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 6, 2020 05:11:40
/r/btc/comments/gegg6n/bitcoin_halving_is_approaching_and_it_is_less/fpnaly5/

"[nulltx.com](https://nulltx.com)" article, lol. That literally sounds like ' no transactions.com. That is how BTC can work: Almost no transactions.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 6, 2020 05:08:09
/r/btc/comments/gedtd7/despite_lacking_momentum_above_9k_bitcoin_holders/fpnaah9/

BTC is only safe in the short term, if that. Be ready to sell fast.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 6, 2020 05:02:42
/r/btc/comments/ge2n26/we_already_have_gold_store_of_valueits_call_gold/fpn9v5w/

They both are. Crypto does not replace gold. It is another kind of alternative. It also does not replace central banks. Just make them seem less important and keeps them a bit more honest if they have competition. They are already improving services and lowering fees to compete.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 6, 2020 04:55:21
/r/btc/comments/ge2t9k/what_would_it_actually_take_for_btc_to_reach_1/fpn9iuz/

These kind of questions are asked in a thousand different ways by an army of social engineering agents pretending to be humans. They are trying to pretend BTC is a real bitcoin that could scale for massive public use. They have done a great job of fooling the public so far. On this subreddit, we know better and dislike the constant misinformation, deceptions and lies. You may just be fooled by the social engineering into asking the same question they all ask to fool people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 6, 2020 04:49:28
/r/btc/comments/ge2t9k/what_would_it_actually_take_for_btc_to_reach_1/fpn97n7/

It can't scale, so: Massive market manipulation and not too many real humans trying to use it on the same day. It is possible, in theory. People would have to just HODL and never send TXs. Exchanges and massive influx of Tether (dark money) would most likely be where it happened.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 6, 2020 04:44:04
/r/btc/comments/ge3tz4/few_brave_browser_users_take_advantage_of_crypto/fpn8zvd/

Maybe because it uses the wrong crypto.?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 6, 2020 04:40:22
/r/btc/comments/ge6qvx/what_can_you_expect_for_bitcoin_price_the_days/fpn8mss/

Writer is a prolific BTC-social-engineering agent of disinformation.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 6, 2020 04:34:10
/r/btc/comments/gea02g/xrp_is_made_to_be_a_better_bitcoin_btc_second/fpn8g7d/

XRP and BTC both failed to even be a "Bitcoin" (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). I doubt either is even trying to be a real Bitcoin. This OP's user account posts anti-Bitcoin social engineering articles all the time.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 6, 2020 04:30:59
/r/btc/comments/gea0gp/why_do_people_buy_bitcoin_from_purseio_when_the/fpn88bb/

People value BCH and other crypto more than gift cards. The crypto is not priced high, in my view. IMO, it is the gift cards that are priced low.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 6, 2020 04:27:23
/r/btc/comments/gebmq8/bitcoins_price_could_double_in_the_coming_days/fpn80io/

Or crash hard. It is gambling on a house of cards. Anything is possible for BTC except massive user growth. It can't scale.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 6, 2020 04:23:47
/r/btc/comments/gedtd7/despite_lacking_momentum_above_9k_bitcoin_holders/fpn7w72/

Despite being a ponzi with a solid social media disinformation campaign, BTC holders are safe until the house of cards collapses.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 6, 2020 04:21:49
/r/btc/comments/gdlapl/bchn_now_40_faster_at_mining_than_abc/fpn7nmy/

Understood. Hopeful it will be a great node project.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 6, 2020 04:17:53
/r/btc/comments/gc3phi/bitcoin_halving_reaction/fpjbweo/

We get a lot of trolls (social engineering agents) in here pretending to be stupid, greedy, new here, etc... and saying bad things about crypto (like I am planning to short it). You may just fit the pattern or be working for dark forces. I had not considered the possibility the dark forces were Jewish. I have no idea what group(s) are trying to block the creation of a successful peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. They are very secretive.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 5, 2020 03:16:22
/r/btc/comments/gdlapl/bchn_now_40_faster_at_mining_than_abc/fpjb9ok/

Sounds like it is not really the simple drop-in replacement with no changes it was advertised as.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 5, 2020 03:06:17
/r/btc/comments/gdmoyi/showerthought_why_doesnt_amazoncom_accept_bitcoin/fpjb3hn/

Because they would have to follow US KYC regs. and they do not want to have to do that to their customers.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 5, 2020 03:03:31
/r/btc/comments/gdsrfm/max_keiser_misleads_viewers_again_on_why_the/fpjauta/

Max has been turned into a tool for the anti-Bitcoin team that props up the BTC house of cards. Of course, Mow was brought in to try to kill Bitcoin long ago. They team up well to try to fool the public. Then the real work happens when the army of social engineering agents pretending to be real humans all agree with the both of them.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 5, 2020 02:59:42
/r/btc/comments/gbxrln/it_looks_like_miners_are_upgrading_for_the/fpfj8ph/

Yes, we have seen this sort of thing before and need to be vigilant. The dishonest posters who get called out often see me as a troll. I am fine with that. I know BCHN is headed by real BCH fans. I think they mean well. The series of dishonest posts pretending changing to their development team is a mere "node upgrade" reminds me of the social engineering agents opposed to BCH. Usually BCH fans are the good guys with no need to lie and trick people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 4, 2020 02:15:22
/r/btc/comments/gc2038/as_of_now_almost_20_of_the_bch_hashrate_supports/fpfj5bn/

Yes, we have seen this sort of thing before and need to be vigilant. The dishonest posters who get called out often see me as a troll. I am fine with that. I know BCHN is headed by real BCH fans. I think they mean well. The series of dishonest posts pretending changing to their development team is a mere "node upgrade" reminds me of the social engineering agents opposed to BCH. Usually BCH fans are the good guys with no need to lie and trick people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 4, 2020 02:14:02
/r/btc/comments/gc4uek/bitcoin_voting_problems/fpfimod/

peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 4, 2020 02:06:23
/r/btc/comments/gc3phi/bitcoin_halving_reaction/fpfilwa/

Is gambling a good idea? But is that your real plan or are you just saying it to influence people's beliefs? Your answer cannot tell me much more than we already know. Your post is anti-Bitcoin.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 4, 2020 02:06:03
/r/btc/comments/gbxrln/it_looks_like_miners_are_upgrading_for_the/fpfidkv/

Lying trolls always pretend to be pro-BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 4, 2020 02:02:41
/r/btc/comments/gcu9zr/read_and_it_weep_bchbtc_number_go_down/fpfi8o9/

Anti-Bitcoin social engineering post

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 4, 2020 02:00:42
/r/btc/comments/gcwajl/the_end_to_the_debate_btc_is_gold_bch_is_money/fpfh210/

True, except, BTC only pretends to be gold. There is a massive social engineering effort and price manipulation keeping the BTC house of cards standing. While the rich prop it up, BTC will remain gold-like. BCH can't really scale yet (go viral), so we wait for further developments and watch the infighting and lack of developer funding continue. BCH is still the best hope for peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people I see.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 4, 2020 01:43:39
/r/btc/comments/gd25lm/is_the_private_internet_access_vpn_still_to_be/fpfg3ce/

Depends how important privacy is in your situation. I do not trust any of them, but, I am paranoid. The EFF may still put out a guide that can help choose good ones, in theory. Like crypto mixing services, the best ones may be covert intelligence gathering operations? Hopefully not.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 4, 2020 01:30:14
/r/btc/comments/gcb01u/how_big_could_the_blocksize_become/fpbhczw/

I'm not the one to ask, but, propagation efficiency, graphene and something like parallel channels come to mind. The developer teams are supposed to be figuring this stuff out as we speak (if they are not too busy infighting and fundraising).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2020 21:40:35
/r/btc/comments/gceeuk/analyzing_developers_in_cryptocurrency_projects/fpbgmvo/

This is a "metric" used to value crypto projects. Because of that, the statistics can't be trusted too weightily because the metric can be "gamed". With that in mind, it is useful to look at.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2020 21:32:36
/r/btc/comments/gcft5k/sirer_says_btc_maximalists_are_right_that_95_of/fpbg23h/

Sirer claims about other token projects: &#x200B; >They are pushing a coin with a system that doesn’t advance the world. Even as he pushes the development-captured (centralized) and corrupted form of Bitcoin as the good one to believe in.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2020 21:26:15
/r/btc/comments/gbxrln/it_looks_like_miners_are_upgrading_for_the/fpbf1n0/

Most of the down-voting is coming from your team of anti-ABC and also anti-BCH accounts.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2020 21:15:13
/r/btc/comments/gbxrln/it_looks_like_miners_are_upgrading_for_the/fpber46/

Anti-Bitcoin (BCH) troll posting dishonest attempts to get miners to switch development teams. Suggests anti-BCH social engineering is supporting the BCHN efforts. I think the BCHN team means well, but, just pointing out where some of their support is coming from.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2020 21:12:03
/r/btc/comments/gc2038/as_of_now_almost_20_of_the_bch_hashrate_supports/fpbe2es/

Another dishonest post suggesting switching to a new development team is a mere upgrade of the node software.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2020 21:04:39
/r/btc/comments/gc3eil/rbitcoin_is_slacking_on_their_censorship_and_they/fpbdmje/

Anti-Bitcoin (BCH) Troll post

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2020 20:59:58
/r/btc/comments/gc3phi/bitcoin_halving_reaction/fpbdiud/

Keep wondering what hidden agenda is behind posts like yours.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2020 20:58:54
/r/btc/comments/gc4uek/bitcoin_voting_problems/fpbdahw/

Anti-Bitcoin troll post

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2020 20:56:27
/r/btc/comments/gc57y0/people_dont_like_market_talk_in_here_ad_i/fpasvfw/

I am scared the ongoing attack on BCH that spawned the BCHN movement may do great harm even though the "BCHN team" does not intend that outcome.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2020 17:30:09
/r/btc/comments/gc5nei/if_one_would_take_this_sub_as_in_indicator_of_the/fpashky/

Anti-Bitcoin social engineering agents say lots of signs point to the death of Bitcoin soon. They have always been intentionally deceptive false claims. They attack BCH because we are the best chance at a real peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. Does anyone even attack the fake Bitcoin (BTC) anymore?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2020 17:26:22
/r/btc/comments/gc9tg4/bitcoin_is_common_sense_unchained_capital/fpaj0y2/

> When governments and central banks can no longer create money out of thin air, it will become crystal clear that backdoor monetary inflation was always just a ruse to allocate resources for which no one was actually willing to be taxed. In common sense, there is no question. There may be debate but bitcoin is the inevitable path forward. *Time makes more converts than reason.* This looks like a long and quite good article about why Bitcoin (crypto) is better money for the future (than fiat). It may be social engineering pushing the "BTC-Bitcoin is a real Bitcoin" narrative, but, if you just think of the "Bitcoin" the article discusses as BCH, the article makes sense. BCH still needs to solve the scaling issue, but, if we can get past the developer infighting and do that work, BCH can be the Bitcoin we all dream of.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2020 15:52:59
/r/btc/comments/gcaeig/what_is_your_best_argument_against_the_idea_that/fpahojk/

Easy to make a law. Impossible to keep people from using crypto..

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2020 15:39:45
/r/btc/comments/gcb01u/how_big_could_the_blocksize_become/fpahh85/

Just increasing block size is not likely to be the way forward. Anti-Bitcoin trolls (social engineering agents) like to pretend that is the plan. They fool many into thinking many things that are not true.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2020 15:37:45
/r/btc/comments/g937hd/bchn_becomes_the_first_bch_node_project_to/fpah12k/

> I love Bitcoin Cash. I love the community. Me too and I hope your "reading of the tea leaves" is accurate. I have never been more worried for the future of BCH. The community is what matters and I hope they can make this developer infighting into a better future for BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on May 2, 2020 15:33:19
/r/btc/comments/g937hd/bchn_becomes_the_first_bch_node_project_to/fosdd9d/

I would be very careful assuming BCHN will be able to solve all the "uncertainties" you were concerned about. If they say they can, I would be especially suspicious. I know they say great things and I think many of the leaders really mean what they say. I hope they can make it so.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 27, 2020 19:01:49
/r/btc/comments/g9a0z0/psa_bitcoin_cash_miners_the_ifp_has_been_removed/foscv69/

I hope ABC does remove the IFP as currently coded. They have not done so. This post claims it has been removed. The truth is similar, but, the post is deceptive, and I believe, intentionally so.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 27, 2020 18:57:11
/r/btc/comments/g7vc03/anyone_interested_in_getting_this_as_a_sticker/fosch43/

Cool, everyone should wear what stickers they prefer. My comment was about trying to keep it more simple for functional reasons. Larger type and shorter statements are easier to read from a moving car, for instance.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 27, 2020 18:53:35
/r/btc/comments/g83lde/twitters_jack_dorsey_bitcoin_btc_is_poised_to/fosc42m/

I do not stress about the existence of both tokens. I like to try to speak to the intentionally deceptive social engineering efforts used to fool the public into mistaken beliefs about them.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 27, 2020 18:50:17
/r/btc/comments/g8226g/maybe_it_is_time_to_slow_down_a_bit_sometimes_a/fosbpv2/

I was saying the anti-BCH forces that created the misinformation (social engineering) that led to the anti-IFP movement "hope it splits our coin and community while delaying the developer funding we need to make BCH able to scale for massive worldwide adoption". I agree the current faces of that movement mean well and do not hope to divide us. I also agree ABC deserves some blame for walking into the trap full speed ahead.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 27, 2020 18:46:42
/r/btc/comments/g8226g/maybe_it_is_time_to_slow_down_a_bit_sometimes_a/fosbcmv/

> I would not say that their intention was to split the community, but that seems to be one of the by products, but that could also be said of ABC due to their lack of effort in reaching a consensus for the IFP. I agree with your read on things. I was saying the anti-BCH forces that created the misinformation (social engineering) that led to the anti-IFP movement "hope it splits our coin and community while delaying the developer funding we need to make BCH able to scale for massive worldwide adoption". I agree the current faces of that movement mean well and do not hope to divide us. I also agree ABC deserves some blame for walking into the trap full speed ahead.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 27, 2020 18:43:23
/r/btc/comments/g925iq/bitcoin_investing_for_beginners_2020_can_bitcoin/fosal7x/

BTC development has already been captured and the token corrupted so it cannot become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people like it was designed to be. No need to shut it down.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 27, 2020 18:36:35
/r/btc/comments/g937hd/bchn_becomes_the_first_bch_node_project_to/fosa47p/

> this is a massive bullish signal for the future of Bitcoin Cash. I hope so. If BCHN is funded by good people and anti-Bitcoin people, it will find gathering funds rather easy since the anti-Bitcoin side has deep pockets. I hope the good people can make BCHN serve the greater good of BCH and peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 27, 2020 18:32:19
/r/btc/comments/g95xl7/this_guy_is_literally_paying_money_to_split_the/fos9jar/

I have seen him do that on read dot cash as well. Suspicious, but, he may just be fooled by the social engineering like many good people. Chris Pacia is beyond reproach in my opinion. Him being honest about what he thinks can "trigger" those who think differently.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 27, 2020 18:27:19
/r/btc/comments/g9a0z0/psa_bitcoin_cash_miners_the_ifp_has_been_removed/fos83gn/

Troll post. Deceptive disinformation using true information to fool the public.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 27, 2020 18:14:43
/r/btc/comments/g83lde/twitters_jack_dorsey_bitcoin_btc_is_poised_to/folmazf/

BTC-Bitcoin can't scale and cannot do that. BCH can't yet either, but, at least the BCH development teams claim they are working to allow massive scaling. The OP's account regularly posts pro-BTC-Bitcoin information here at the home of BCH-Bitcoin as part of a social engineering effort to make BTC seem like it is still a legitimate Bitcoin. They are not BTC-trolls, exactly. More like social engineering agents. I may call them trolls for shorthand.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 21:42:27
/r/btc/comments/g83lde/twitters_jack_dorsey_bitcoin_btc_is_poised_to/folm506/

He knows he is fooling people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 21:40:41
/r/btc/comments/g84w0n/the_only_things_slowing_or_stopping_bitcoin_from/follzpi/

Pretty true and there is no plan to fix the BTC problems since the team in control of BTC-Bitcoin is opposed to peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. BTC is intentionally bottle-necked. Few seem to realize the Emperor is wearing no cloths.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 21:39:06
/r/btc/comments/g803fl/i_have_a_question_for_usa_citizens_regarding_usa/folko6d/

I do not know all the rules for foreigners investing in American business. I believe the USA likes the idea in theory. What you probably need is a reliable "paper trail" showing the funds source. If the source was another person, then the trail would need to lead back to where they got it, for instance. I have no idea whether our gov trusts the system in any other country is able to oversee where funding came from. If you have evidence of the source of the funds, save it. Think about how strong it is. Dealing with banks in your country may help if your banks are as picky as our country wants them to be. Once you get into crypto, If the crypto goes up 500%, be sure you have records of ownership before that so the larger amount of funds has a legit explanation for being much larger. Bitcoin (IMO, BCH seems to be the best Bitcoin) is good for creating a paper trail when you want to do so.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 21:25:04
/r/btc/comments/g803fl/i_have_a_question_for_usa_citizens_regarding_usa/fol8n56/

> Is America using the history of investment and transactions? The government uses that information to make sure the investor's funds used to buy the Bitcoin were "legitimate" income. Their definition of legitimate might be argued over, but, their jurisdiction = their rules and their definitions.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 19:24:15
/r/btc/comments/g4jkqc/satoshidice_just_pledged_100_bch_to_the_bitcoin/fol85rp/

> So do you really think that freetrader, the BCHN lead maintainer is a puppet for these "dark forces" as you call them? I think I answered that rather clearly: > I am not saying the good people are knowingly trying to do harm to BCH. I think they mean well. I think they may even turn this "movement" into a good thing for BCH. I am saying bad people created the movement to hurt BCH and good people got "on-board" the movement and may turn it into a good thing for BCH. It is still quite dangerous if the funding behind the attempt to do good is opposed to that goal and has infiltrators embedded in the BCHN teams, but, I do hope the good people can overcome any bad intentions hiding in the background.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 19:19:40
/r/btc/comments/g7shnp/if_roger_ver_is_so_very_smart_why_did_he_get/fol55wc/

Who said he was so very smart? You do not have to be so very smart to see BCH is the best chance at a real Bitcoin becoming peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. The many liars saying BTC is still a real Bitcoin can fool some of the people, but, you do not need to be a genius to know BTC is a house of cards without real "Bitcoin" fundamentals.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 18:51:31
/r/btc/comments/g7tcow/is_etoro_a_good_place_to_buy_and_store_bitcoin/fol4l1a/

Not your keys, not your crypto.. If they provide the secret key to your crypto, then you own it. If not, you own their promise to pay you and that promise is subject to their having the funds and the local Gov. agreeing it is still OK to provide them to you after you ask them to.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 18:46:09
/r/btc/comments/g7tcow/is_etoro_a_good_place_to_buy_and_store_bitcoin/fol47dw/

If they provide the secret key to your crypto funds wallet, then, you own them. If not, they promise they will pay them to you and you own a promise.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 18:42:34
/r/btc/comments/g7vc03/anyone_interested_in_getting_this_as_a_sticker/fol3kqo/

I think "modern English" has removed that previously expected comma.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 18:36:38
/r/btc/comments/g7vc03/anyone_interested_in_getting_this_as_a_sticker/fol3c0m/

I think you can remove the "I believe in". That will still be obvious enough if you are wearing the sticker.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 18:34:23
/r/btc/comments/g803fl/i_have_a_question_for_usa_citizens_regarding_usa/fol2n5w/

All money has sources. Document your sources of the money you bought the Bitcoin with and you should have no problem unless the source was from illegal activity or has not been disclosed to your local government when appropriate for paying any applicable income taxes. Whether we should have to document our income sources is a valid question, but, you do not seem to be asking that one.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 18:27:57
/r/btc/comments/g8226g/maybe_it_is_time_to_slow_down_a_bit_sometimes_a/fol1svb/

I think a 100% BCH-miner supported IFP could be created and do good for BCH development. ABC seemed to have no patience for taking the time to find that win-win solution in the past. Maybe they will in the future. As I have said elsewhere, the BCHN team has great people who mean well trying to make that movement into a good thing for BCH. I am afraid their "movement" was begun by anti-BCH forces using false information and having no desire to find a win-win solution for BCH. They hope it splits our coin and community while delaying the developer funding we need to make BCH able to scale for massive worldwide adoption. If we are lucky, the good people who joined that secretly-anti-BCH effort may well turn it into a great thing for BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 18:20:02
/r/btc/comments/g822aj/1_million_for_bitcoin_btc_in_3_years_time_former/fokzsto/

This account regularly posts pro-BTC-Bitcoin information here at the home of BCH-Bitcoin as part of a social engineering effort to make BTC seem like it is still a legitimate Bitcoin. They are not BTC-trolls, exactly. More like social engineering agents. I may call them trolls for shorthand. Can BTC really be worth 1 Million in a few years. Maybe if the value grows slowly. It can't accept a wave of new investors pushing the price up since it can't scale, but, it may be possible even if unlikely. Can BCH rise quickly to 1 million or more? Yes, it can scale that high quickly. It can't yet scale for massive worldwide adoption though, so, I think we need to fix that before we push our scaling limits. Luckily for BCH fans, BCH is the only project that seems to be seriously working on that scaling goal.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 18:01:27
/r/btc/comments/g4jkqc/satoshidice_just_pledged_100_bch_to_the_bitcoin/fokyzl3/

I am not saying the good people are knowingly trying to do harm to BCH. I think they mean well. I think they may even turn this "movement" into a good thing for BCH. Yes, I believe ABC has made things worse by failing to look for a community supported IFP compromise with 100% BCH miner support, but, I believe the effort to replace them was not really about the IFP for the dark forces that created this frenzy of anti-ABC mania. They just used that as "cover" for their basic desire to harm BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 17:54:00
/r/btc/comments/g6ux43/2858_bch_donated_to_bitcoin_cash_node_thus_far/fokxzij/

Based on your past posts, you appear to work for anti-Bitcoin forces, so happy to see you disagree here.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 25, 2020 17:44:47
/r/btc/comments/g6ujb1/who_or_what_is_behind_the_mass_of_accounts_like/fof4t4f/

Most of it is called social engineering. It is a small part of a widespread web of dishonesty mixed with truth. [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 April 24, 2020 07:00:42
/r/btc/comments/g6ux43/2858_bch_donated_to_bitcoin_cash_node_thus_far/fof49xy/

I believe you mean well and plan to use donations to do good work. I bet you feel you have heard enough from me already. You may not believe it, but, I believe there is money, and possibly, developer assistance offers behind your efforts that are coming from anti-BCH activists. They will not be obvious and I am sure you are already aware of the possibility. If so, I do hope you can put their money to good use and catch any "accidental" logic flaws in future code work. I would be especially careful about your biggest supporters who seem most "beyond reproach". The anti-BCH forces have massive funding available to try to stop peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. I am paranoid, but, that does not make me mistaken. I do hope I am mistaken about this.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 24, 2020 06:51:36
/r/btc/comments/g6vy55/biggest_obstacle_to_adoption_is_buying_crypto/fof37ly/

Until we solve the "massive worldwide adoption" scaling issue, I think we will remain in this situation. It is a bit of a chicken and an egg problem, but, we need to "go viral" and we can't until we can scale.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 24, 2020 06:33:16
/r/btc/comments/g72lwe/how_did_blockstream_manage_to_keep_the_small/fof248a/

Very widespread and sophisticated social engineering. They did not fool us into thinking small blocks were good, they fooled us into thinking people who knew better were a minority of the community. They are still running various "long cons" on us. [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 April 24, 2020 06:13:58
/r/btc/comments/g72nld/help_i_am_trying_to_invest/fof1tmf/

BTC is not a good token to invest small amounts in. Fees too high among other reasons.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 24, 2020 06:08:38
/r/btc/comments/g72rel/how_do_i_invest_in_bitcoin/fof1n8a/

Deceptive offer of free advice? Watch out for advice offered on social media.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 24, 2020 06:05:26
/r/btc/comments/g72xq0/most_places_i_can_buy_crypto_are_blocked_by_banks/fof1g0x/

Scammers like to use Pay Pal because it allows chargebacks, known as "double spends" in the crypto world.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 24, 2020 06:01:49
/r/btc/comments/g758is/brian_rose_from_london_real/fof17oc/

Crypto is currently gambling. Investing in crypto/BCH is good in my view, but, don't move all your wealth into it unless you want to gamble big and risk losing big.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 24, 2020 05:57:41
/r/btc/comments/g75h4o/blockchaincom_reports_the_transfer_of_4914195_btc/fof103i/

These sort of posts are more BTC-social-engineering efforts to make it seem like BTC was not corrupted after it's development was captured.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 24, 2020 05:53:54
/r/btc/comments/g5vav7/abc_6_month_ifp_plan/fo63mxc/

If facts mattered to you you would know before creating a thread of dishonest social engineering efforts to harm BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 22, 2020 04:47:47
/r/btc/comments/g5vav7/abc_6_month_ifp_plan/fo63f34/

No one but you claims there is one.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 22, 2020 04:43:55
/r/btc/comments/g4jkqc/satoshidice_just_pledged_100_bch_to_the_bitcoin/fo63dfu/

Yes, I am aware of many who front for this effort and see others hiding in the background or who appear to be pretending they love BCH. There are many good folks and those who have guided their efforts to block ABC and funding for developers. Those who fund the anti-BCH social engineering that originally created the BCHN movement are well hidden.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 22, 2020 04:43:04
/r/btc/comments/g5jkv2/bitcoin_abc_is_working_on_scaling_bitcoincash_to/fo5vh06/

Very happy they are claiming they are prioritizing working to solve this issue. I consider allowing scaling for massive worldwide adoption the only remaining necessary goal to make BCH into peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. Until we can be that, adoption cannot go viral and we just sit and hope for a better future. I believe scaling will provide that better future.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 22, 2020 02:30:14
/r/btc/comments/g5si49/what_do_you_wish_you_knew_when_you_starting/fo5ubpj/

[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 April 22, 2020 02:12:24
/r/btc/comments/g5t1j1/podiumcash_is_back_online_discover_the_top_100/fo5u9eq/

Is this a list of [Bitcoin.com](https://Bitcoin.com) favorites again, or a real "most active" list.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 22, 2020 02:11:24
/r/btc/comments/g5v8jg/do_youtube_channels_who_preach_about_crypto_and/fo5u338/

Most appear to be social engineering propaganda.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 22, 2020 02:08:39
/r/btc/comments/g5vav7/abc_6_month_ifp_plan/fo5ttfo/

The original 6-month proposal was never implemented. You probably claimed to hate it. It is gone now. ABC did something different and many claim to hate that as well.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 22, 2020 02:04:37
/r/btc/comments/g4jkqc/satoshidice_just_pledged_100_bch_to_the_bitcoin/fo5teuk/

I agree they do say they will do development work, if they get funding for the line items. That does answer my question. Sadly, this is much like the, so far unfunded, ABC claims. I realize I cannot expect more from any team without a reliable funding plan at this point. That they are opposed to what might be called an ABC funding plan initiative does leave them suspect when they have no real alternative funding likely to work unless the nearly unlimited anti-BCH money arrives to fund them. What we really need to fix funding is a rising price. I believe this is linked to developing the ability to scale for massive worldwide adoption. I think we should all be watching which teams actually prioritize that goal and which ones just make grand claims and failed efforts on the subject. Since, IMO, the BCHN movement was started by anti-BCH forces using false-logic arguments and is partly supported by teams with suspect motives, I am concerned about attack vectors in the development work I am not qualified to vet. I know real BCH fans that are much smarter than me are involved in the BCHN effort and I do hope they will be doing due diligence as many who claim to be helping them could be doing the opposite. I know most understand it only takes one intentionally hidden logic flaw missed by the "good guys" to do massive damage to BCH's reputation as sound money.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 22, 2020 01:58:31
/r/btc/comments/g4jkqc/satoshidice_just_pledged_100_bch_to_the_bitcoin/fo5rxku/

Maybe. Maybe the real powers behind BCHN are proposing grand ideas to cover their underlying intentions that were "too obvious" in the beginning. I do think good people like you mean well in this effort. I am concerned you are getting played again like we were by "core" when they pretended to believe in P2P cash. If successful, BCHN will stop developer funding and weaken ABC. Will they really do good things also? I know many of you think so or hope so.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 22, 2020 01:36:42
/r/btc/comments/g4jkqc/satoshidice_just_pledged_100_bch_to_the_bitcoin/fo5rhao/

Thanks. Both sides are making detailed fundraising efforts now. It is sad for me to see ABC is required to waste time on such efforts. I do agree it is necessary at this point. An IFP redesigned to have community and miner support would have been a great thing. I believe BCHN was born from anti-BCH attackers fake arguments and ABC has been obstinate instead of looking for ways to amend the IFP. This whole mess is very saddening.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 22, 2020 01:30:17
/r/btc/comments/g3z5se/act_now_support_bch_innovation/fo5qqv6/

> From what I read, I didn't think it came across as an attack on BCH. Of course not. In this space attacks are rarely as obvious as the BSV attack was. Many of the people behind the BCHN fork do not intend it as an attack and claim it is not intended to create a fork. Time will tell on the fork issue.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 22, 2020 01:19:58
/r/btc/comments/g4jkqc/satoshidice_just_pledged_100_bch_to_the_bitcoin/fnz1xis/

Yes, I am impressed with the BCHN marketing materials. Very impressed. I totally agree good and smart people are working on their goal-setting/aspirations.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 20, 2020 07:54:33
/r/btc/comments/g4jkqc/satoshidice_just_pledged_100_bch_to_the_bitcoin/fnz1pj3/

ABC was trying to create an automated way to let miners donate to developer funding. BCHN was created to stop that. What else is their "proposition"? I do see a lot of new ideas added into their flipstarter info. Impressive writings I must agree. Many good people mean well and are working on BCHN now. At their core, however, is is still based on stopping ABC's funding plan as far as I know. I do agree ABC's funding plan strategy sucks and should be redesigned and re-submitted to the community before jamming down anyone's throats, but, that is a different issue.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 20, 2020 07:51:15
/r/btc/comments/g45lb8/who_can_authorise_changes_on_the_bitcoin_network/fnyyeci/

Thanks. IMO, BTC-bitcoin does not raise the blocksize because it was captured and is controlled by evil (people?) opposed to the success of any peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. Developers can put their head in a noose, but, they usually try not to do stupid things. They may have the power to destroy the limited inflation underpinnings of Bitcoin, but, if they like their version of Bitcoin, they would not do that. Basically, it would be bad for them to hurt their project like that unless they really work for an anti-Bitcoin team.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 20, 2020 06:58:00
/r/btc/comments/g4jkqc/satoshidice_just_pledged_100_bch_to_the_bitcoin/fnyy0kc/

I clicked the link and it just had donation blanks. Maybe my security settings blocked some content.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 20, 2020 06:51:27
/r/btc/comments/g4pngl/morgan_creek_cofounder_states_the_circumstances/fnyxu9h/

It would have to happen slowly, BTC cant scale, so, it can't take on a lot of new people trying to use it in a short amount of time. Most of these massive rising value theories only work on BCH, and, only if we get our developers to create the ability for BCH to scale for massive worldwide adoption first. BCH is not really looking like it has a way to do that development work yet (to me). I hope I am wrong....

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 20, 2020 06:48:25
/r/btc/comments/g4q4h5/newbie_here_can_you_clearify_something_for_me/fnyxc26/

BTC-Bitcoin was captured and corrupted years ago. Part of the effort to achieve that was the capture of r/Bitcoin and other social media discussion sites. After r/Bitcoin was captured, censored and controlled into a fake news outlet, real Bitcoin fans created r/BTC to discuss Bitcoin. This was before BCH existed. We still discuss Bitcoin here, and sadly, The token name BTC was captured and is used by a fake (but still popular) Bitcoin pretender. My take on the history: [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 April 20, 2020 06:39:35
/r/btc/comments/g45lb8/who_can_authorise_changes_on_the_bitcoin_network/fnyws69/

I believe BTC-Bitcoin has been captured and corrupted already: [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) BCH-Bitcoin is under attack, but, still trying to be peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 20, 2020 06:29:51
/r/btc/comments/g4hn4i/please_help_just_barely_noticed_that_the_name_of/fnyw4um/

Maybe a copy/paste error when you created the shortcut "name"? You can change the names of shortcuts without changing the actual url address the shortcut goes to.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 20, 2020 06:18:19
/r/btc/comments/g4jbi8/why_so_negative/fnyvvqo/

BTC has already been captured and is under the control of gov-friendly corporations. [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 April 20, 2020 06:13:48
/r/btc/comments/g4jbi8/why_so_negative/fnyviz9/

A massive Anti-Bitcoin social engineering effort mixed with real Bitcoin fans is a toxic mix. Toxicity is one of the many anti-Bitcoin team goals here. They even pretend they are fans part of the time and they do things to increase toxicity.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 20, 2020 06:07:33
/r/btc/comments/g4jkqc/satoshidice_just_pledged_100_bch_to_the_bitcoin/fnyv84z/

Does the BCHN team claim they will do development with the donations? They seem to be standing in the way of ABC funding, but, do they say they will do the work ABC was claiming they would do? I asked before but, just got voted down heavily.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 20, 2020 06:02:14
/r/btc/comments/g4n1hd/upcoming_bitcoin_halving_could_push_the_weak/fnyuv6s/

True, though falling prices have done more of that recently. Prices are what matter most in the long run.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 20, 2020 05:55:44
/r/btc/comments/g4n3zu/misleading_subreddit_3/fnyurav/

The current and popular BTC-Bitcoin was captured and corrupted, so, the real Bitcoin fans here do not have much good to say about BTC-Bitcoin anymore. If you watch, the social engineering agents do post a lot of pro-BTC spam on this subreddit as part of their many deceptive misinformation strategies.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 20, 2020 05:53:47
/r/btc/comments/g4n3zu/misleading_subreddit_3/fnyuis3/

Real Bitcoins want to free people from fiat currency by becoming peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. My story/theory about the main "Bitcoin"s: [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 April 20, 2020 05:49:27
/r/btc/comments/g3z5se/act_now_support_bch_innovation/fnyqhsv/

That is what they want us to think. They have a strong social engineering effort behind their attack on BCH. Many good people involved even think it is not an attack. I hope they can change it from the inside. I Believe t was originally designed to divide our community and stop developers from getting the funding needed to allow BCH to scale for massive worldwide adoption. It seem it may succeed at that. I was asking if they have any plan to do the work they are blocking.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 20, 2020 04:37:21
/r/btc/comments/g3xggb/its_too_late_to_save_btc_and_also_too_late_to/fnyq4ha/

I see I have you marked as an anti-Bitcoin troll. Sorry I missed seeing that before. Your ilk will never admit you understand why fiat is doomed and inferior.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 20, 2020 04:30:57
/r/btc/comments/g415xl/can_someone_send_me_25_dollars_in_btc/fnurx9t/

If I thought it was smart to reward beggars, I would send BCH. BTC has fees that eat up your funds and is run by a dishonest immoral bunch of anti-Bitcoin people and corporations.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 19, 2020 00:11:42
/r/btc/comments/g3spgh/would_you_find_it_acceptable_if_bitcoin_cash/fnur3h8/

Many do still try to pretend BTC is still worth owning.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 19, 2020 00:01:47
/r/btc/comments/g3xggb/its_too_late_to_save_btc_and_also_too_late_to/fnuo007/

The value loss is slow and steady so you fail to see it. Plus you may be comparing it to itself and thinking it is still worth a dollar.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 18, 2020 23:25:02
/r/btc/comments/g3xggb/its_too_late_to_save_btc_and_also_too_late_to/fnuntdq/

For USD, see the history of all fiats that print more when "needed". For BTC: [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 April 18, 2020 23:22:52
/r/btc/comments/g3xggb/its_too_late_to_save_btc_and_also_too_late_to/fnunj5v/

Miss-applied, but, well said.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 18, 2020 23:19:31
/r/btc/comments/g3xwj9/encrypt_and_send_messages_using_other_peoples_bch/fnunbxa/

Thanks for working to improve freedom options.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 18, 2020 23:17:10
/r/btc/comments/g3z5se/act_now_support_bch_innovation/fnumqm9/

It looks like this fundraising is for the new team behind BCHN. I wonder if they plan to replace ABC by doing actual development work, including making BCH able to scale for massive worldwide adoption? Or, are they just trying to block ABC's efforts and trying to take some of the developer funding donations that might go to them away?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 18, 2020 23:10:15
/r/btc/comments/g0cs7y/bch_blockchain_size_scaleability/fnczx4s/

>The people who want to destroy bitcoin, those who want to stop it from scaling and becoming peer to peer cash for the world, tend to rotate these complete non-issues in an attempt to derail productive discussion and sow baseless fear. Very well said!

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 14, 2020 04:34:23
/r/btc/comments/g0qmux/the_silk_road_movie_has_already_been_recorded/fnczetv/

This may be an anti-freedom propaganda effort.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 14, 2020 04:25:08
/r/btc/comments/fv9w8e/did_they_remove_the_ifp_from_abc/fncyub1/

I have always tried to be consistent, open and honest. The facts as I see them have stayed the same all the way through this attack on BCH (Bitcoin). Congrats on your apparent win.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 14, 2020 04:14:48
/r/btc/comments/fyuuvq/does_the_felon_still_run_this_place/fncyo2p/

I never said he wasn't. Selling the symbol of freedom in America (fireworks) is risky if you use the USPS without jumping through the proper hoops. Your lie you keep trying to distract from is that he or anyone "runs this place". Devious mental games are what trolls do.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 14, 2020 04:11:45
/r/btc/comments/fyuuvq/does_the_felon_still_run_this_place/fn63dfx/

Nothing. Good attempt to distract from your lie. That deceptive question is a little better trolling.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 12, 2020 06:03:42
/r/btc/comments/fv9w8e/did_they_remove_the_ifp_from_abc/fn6388c/

The current IFP implementation has many problems. I think the concept is great but people needed to work together to fix the problems. Instead, It appears to me anti-Bitcoin forces used social engineering to fool real BCH fans into dividing the community instead. It was pretty obvious in the beginning when the anti-IFP arguments were being provided by the anti-Bitcoin troll army agents. Now that they have attracted followers it is not so clear who is a troll and who a troll victim. I point out troll arguments and devious social engineering efforts more than I call anyone a troll unless they have an anti-Bitcoin history.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 12, 2020 06:00:58
/r/btc/comments/fv9w8e/did_they_remove_the_ifp_from_abc/fn2rjfr/

Real troll\^

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 11, 2020 06:20:14
/r/btc/comments/fv9w8e/did_they_remove_the_ifp_from_abc/fn2rf9v/

No, they start evil conversations or we would not even hear from them.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 11, 2020 06:18:02
/r/btc/comments/fye57e/how_can_we_fix_the_broken_bch_difficulty_algorithm/fn2gmiy/

This is a BTC-Bitcoin troll waiting for a good moment to act like it is concerned for BCH while actually trying to harm it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 11, 2020 02:58:20
/r/btc/comments/fyketz/roger_ver_stopped_mining_bitcoin_cash_after/fn2gcci/

False claim troll attack. Roger Ver was not mining BCH before the halving either.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 11, 2020 02:53:33
/r/btc/comments/fyuuvq/does_the_felon_still_run_this_place/fn2fmzr/

Anti-Bitcoin-troll attack post. Dishonest and a personal attack at the same time. Low grade trolling.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 11, 2020 02:42:01
/r/btc/comments/fxyjj8/if_bch_was_pegged_to_the_dollar_would_it_become/fn2ewbv/

Unstable value growth is the plan. It is gambling though. We would not want to stabilize that value growth. The captured and corrupted BTC-Bitcoin you work for claims it is a "store of value". To be that they need to do what you are suggesting BCH-Bitcoin should do. It is a terrible idea, but, BTC-Bitcoin is really the better token for your idea if they really want to be able to store value.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 11, 2020 02:30:02
/r/btc/comments/fv9w8e/did_they_remove_the_ifp_from_abc/fn2en56/

Trolls use sophisticated social engineering strategies and like to pretend they are ignorant or intending to accomplish something other than what they are really doing. They also see me as the troll in any conversation since I oppose their anti-Bitcoin activities.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 11, 2020 02:25:51
/r/btc/comments/fv9w8e/did_they_remove_the_ifp_from_abc/fmyhv2l/

My post suggests the discussion is the attack. Those who further it fall for the attack strategy.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 9, 2020 22:42:22
/r/btc/comments/fy1joc/what_will_happen_with_the_bch_hashrate/fmyhnda/

Anti-crypto or anti-Bitcoin is all the same to me, so, yes. Real no coiners without an agenda do not usually have questions about the BCH hashrate on their mind.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 9, 2020 22:39:56
/r/btc/comments/fy5rvu/to_attack_bitcoin_btc_is_now_over_140x_costlier/fmyh82b/

Troll attack post. Pretending it is important to BCH that it has changed from 100 to 140 or whatever (I did not look up the real numbers).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 9, 2020 22:35:10
/r/btc/comments/fxx3e8/this_is_fine_bch_has_02_of_the_total_hash_rate/fmygw5p/

A common BTC-Troll attack post. Scare tactics for people who do not understand the statistics displayed are not really important. Yes, this is fine.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 9, 2020 22:31:24
/r/btc/comments/fxx5zr/so_hypothetically_if_i_wanted_to_sell_bch_now/fmygl7h/

Troll attack question we get a lot here. If you have delays due to the exchanges you choose to use, don't try to blame BCH. BCH is still pretty fast and cheap to use.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 9, 2020 22:27:55
/r/btc/comments/fxxyv1/do_you_think_crypto_will_ever_get_past_the/fmyg8xh/

The social engineering is complex and multifaceted. Posts like this one are a great example of how they use a massive "mesh" of tiny dishonesties all working together to make it seem like we are doomed to misery and should stop supporting the only real Bitcoin still standing.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 9, 2020 22:24:00
/r/btc/comments/fxxyv1/do_you_think_crypto_will_ever_get_past_the/fmyftsm/

Much of it is intentional efforts to seed division by anti-BCH (anti-Bitcoin) social engineering agents. It is mostly not the ignorant teenagers they sometimes pretend to be.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 9, 2020 22:19:17
/r/btc/comments/fxyjj8/if_bch_was_pegged_to_the_dollar_would_it_become/fmyfinv/

This BTC-troll uses many attack questions like this. Do they really hate peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people so much they think Bitcoin should be linked to an inflationary token like the USD. That is exactly what we are trying to escape.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 9, 2020 22:15:52
/r/btc/comments/fxzai7/now_that_bch_is_becoming_unusable_and_btc_is_too/fmyf6v8/

Troll lies. Not unuseable.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 9, 2020 22:12:14
/r/btc/comments/fy0bju/is_it_me_or_do_people_talk_more_about_bch_on_here/fmyex2i/

This is a common "ignorance troll" attack on BCH. If you are not just pretending you don't know to fool the public, see the other answers.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 9, 2020 22:09:12
/r/btc/comments/fy0bju/is_it_me_or_do_people_talk_more_about_bch_on_here/fmyentk/

BCH is the only project still seriously working to create the Bitcoin Dream of peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. So, that's what we talk about the most. The centralized and corrupted BTC-Bitcoin is not really Bitcoin anymore.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 9, 2020 22:06:23
/r/btc/comments/fy1joc/what_will_happen_with_the_bch_hashrate/fmxwhbo/

troll attack comment. BTW, "for sure" you do not know what you pretend to know.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 9, 2020 19:00:44
/r/btc/comments/fy2fhr/what_difference_does_it_make_whether_the_block/fmxw81u/

Troll attack post. Answer: all the difference in the world.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 9, 2020 18:58:20
/r/btc/comments/fv9w8e/did_they_remove_the_ifp_from_abc/fmhby09/

Troll attack question.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 5, 2020 04:06:01
/r/btc/comments/fu5ny7/report_miners_will_flock_to_bitcoin_after_bch_bsv/fmhbtjv/

Then BTC will have it's halving and they will flock back.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 5, 2020 04:03:40
/r/btc/comments/fulxrl/for_dapps_cryptos_to_work_we_need_to_lose_trust/fmhb9fk/

Crypto need not be anti government. It is just a better money for all.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 5, 2020 03:53:30
/r/btc/comments/fupzfd/stefan_rust_really_stepped_down/fmhb2tg/

He mentioned: > Given these roller-coaster times we are in, Roger is looking at a leaner, more guerilla, team. It is no surprise to those who know me that my passion and skills are in growth through deal-making and partnerships with more established brands, companies, and institutions so the planets aren’t aligning right now. Plus 'sheltering in place with his family' may make it harder to do the massive quantities of regular work.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 5, 2020 03:50:09
/r/btc/comments/fur646/hard_fork_bitcoin_cash_plans/fmhaky2/

Do we let miners fund the developers or block the IFP? Time will tell.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 5, 2020 03:41:25
/r/btc/comments/fus7nu/is_the_halving_bullish_or_bearish_for_bch/fmha89k/

> why are some saying it will signal a bearish move? Many come here to attack BCH and do us harm. They make terrible claims and use a variety of other strategies to try to delay the successful implementation of peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. It will be hard on miners until the price rises a lot. The attackers also want the price to stay low.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 5, 2020 03:35:17
/r/btc/comments/fq9f4g/graph_showing_top_10_users_of_ucryptochecker/fmh9aof/

I have not seen this happen here.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 5, 2020 03:18:54
/r/btc/comments/fq0nk1/podcast_vin_armani_blew_my_mind_and_i_havent/fmh955k/

Vin's biblical interpretation of the IFP battle (near the end of the podcast) is great. The supposed majority is trying to block BCH from going to the promised land. They may fail to keep us from succeeding, but, keep us in the wilderness a while longer (delay BCH progress).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on April 5, 2020 03:16:16
/r/btc/comments/fq9f4g/graph_showing_top_10_users_of_ucryptochecker/flpwou5/

It is a tool used by those who try not to assume the worst without evidence. I just skip to the assuming the worst is possible part, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 28, 2020 00:50:35
/r/btc/comments/fq9f0o/bitcoin_wars_bitcoin_core_vs_bitcoin_cash/flpwdbe/

Very well done! Thanks

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 28, 2020 00:45:56
/r/btc/comments/fosp7u/what_happens_after_block_rewards_become/fliev38/

Mining effort will decrease and the remaining miners will make money. We are over-mining when the price is high. Less mining will be fine until there is higher prices or massive use and more fees.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 25, 2020 20:04:03
/r/btc/comments/foubhe/jeffrey_a_tucker_bitcoin_adoption_hasnt_gone_far/flid3pa/

Yes, this many year delay is terrible. Now our main developer working on scaling is under attack and may be "fired" by a new team that may have no intention of working on scaling anymore.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 25, 2020 19:47:07
/r/btc/comments/foumgo/why_is_the_majority_of_bch_bought_with_tether/flickoq/

My belief: unregulated fiat entry channels allowing massive manipulators to fund their crypto activities without government supervision. Some claim Tethers are just created from thin air. I think dark money is behind the massive influxes of new Tethers that get created. Because of privacy, we may never know.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 25, 2020 19:42:00
/r/btc/comments/foy1p9/hope_this_community_is_smart_enough_to_stay_in/flibmpt/

BTC was captured and corrupted years ago. Pretending it is smart to still think it is "Bitcoin" is part of the social engineering to try to fool the public.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 25, 2020 19:32:52
/r/btc/comments/fluzfy/if_you_are_desperate_to_avoid_a_split_why_go_with/flib05o/

More lies from your side as usual. I am still for BCH and peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. BCHN is part of an attack on that. ABC is not being very helpful during this attack. The change is that I am not trying to stand up for ABC's strategy like I was. Pretending I have joined in the attack is dishonest and tracks with how your side pretends it has 'total and unanimous support of the community' (a common false claim).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 25, 2020 19:26:43
/r/btc/comments/flr6wr/bsv_vs_bch_what_happened/fl5r4gd/

[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 March 21, 2020 22:19:39
/r/btc/comments/flu011/volume_of_usdt_greater_than_btc/fl5quig/

Dark money can enter crypto through unregulated Tethers. Crypto has fallen hard, but, if the manipulators choose to push it to all time highs again, crypto's will be bigger than Tether again. It takes a lot of Tether to manipulate all of crypto, so, I would guess Tether owners are building their power to do that.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 22:16:22
/r/btc/comments/fluzfy/if_you_are_desperate_to_avoid_a_split_why_go_with/fl5qbvb/

Shouldn't everyone who loves BCH be desperate to avoid a split? I think so. I believe the split is the real bad thing for BCH. I believe the BCHN "team" is for a split and that has been their real goal from the start. Many good folks have fallen into their attack and make a great "public face" for this attack.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 22:10:11
/r/btc/comments/fmgx8p/why_is_a_stable_coin_more_useful_than_peertopeer/fl5piyb/

I'll rise to the troll question. Stable value is better during a crash of the unstable alternatives. It is less valuable when the unstables are rising. Also, massive manipulator's money comes in through the unregulated stablecoins on it's way to crypto..

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 22:00:38
/r/btc/comments/fmnpfn/when_do_you_guesstimate_bitcoin_cashs_market_cap/fl5oyl9/

>once the market demands more than BTC can deliver, the wheels will come off. That happened years ago.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 21:53:54
/r/btc/comments/fmnpfn/when_do_you_guesstimate_bitcoin_cashs_market_cap/fl5ovrw/

After it develops the ability to scale for massive worldwide adoption and goes viral. Development progress is currently in limbo as an attack fork may have made funding that development unlikely for the time being.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 21:52:58
/r/btc/comments/fluzfy/if_you_are_desperate_to_avoid_a_split_why_go_with/fl5o5ks/

Ya, I think the goal of the forces behind the BCHN is a split and they will push for that no matter what ABC does now. The public faces of BCHN might try to accept a surrender to keep BCH together, but, they do not realize what dark forces they are "fronting" for. As usual, I hope I am mistaken and we can all live happily ever after...

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 21:44:23
/r/btc/comments/fluzfy/if_you_are_desperate_to_avoid_a_split_why_go_with/fl5numa/

Sorry for the delayed response.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 21:40:47
/r/btc/comments/fluzfy/if_you_are_desperate_to_avoid_a_split_why_go_with/fl5nht8/

The trolling for the split has died down. We have pretty much all said what we think is reality now and it only gets repeated when dredged up again by a post like this. This post was a valid question though.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 21:36:39
/r/btc/comments/fluzfy/if_you_are_desperate_to_avoid_a_split_why_go_with/fl5n6ca/

That is the most important work that needs to be done.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 21:32:56
/r/btc/comments/fluzfy/if_you_are_desperate_to_avoid_a_split_why_go_with/fl5n124/

>He sold out. Somebody paid him X amount to put the IFP code in, everybody screamed, but he's not taking it out. Because he already took the money to do it. If so, I think he sold out to the money behind the BCHN. His behavior is supporting their attack at this point.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 21:31:11
/r/btc/comments/fluzfy/if_you_are_desperate_to_avoid_a_split_why_go_with/fl5mvub/

It was not ABC's behavior that is splitting the community even though the anti-ABC commenters say that over and over to try to make it seem true.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 21:29:32
/r/btc/comments/fluzfy/if_you_are_desperate_to_avoid_a_split_why_go_with/fl5mju0/

I believe I said I would not support ABC's continued attempt to implement the IFP in the way they are doing that. I now agree calling for them to withdraw the IFP because a group is going to use it as an excuse to split BCH is a good idea at this point. I believe ABC is being stupid. I don't want a split and cannot defend the IFP implementation as it is anymore because the splitters appear to have enough community support to split BCH. The split is what is bad. BCHN is the split attempt (attack on BCH). The splitters claim everyone supports them (a lie). Should we all switch to the attackers/liars side? To avoid a split, maybe. The problem is I do not think BCHN has shown it intends to do the work ABC has been doing. They want to kill ABC and then just "see what happens" to BCH after that.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 21:25:36
/r/btc/comments/fluzfy/if_you_are_desperate_to_avoid_a_split_why_go_with/fl5m9me/

I agree calling for them to withdraw the IFP because a group is going to use it as an excuse to split BCH is a good idea at this point. ABC is being stupid, but, BCHN is still the attack working to split the coin and community unless they fully replace ABC. I do not think they have even offered to do the work involved, just split us "and see what happens". I don't want a split and cannot defend the IFP implementation as it is anymore because the splitters appear to have enough community support to split BCH. The split is what is bad. BCHN is the split attempt (attack on BCH). The splitters claim everyone supports them (a lie). Should we all switch to the attackers/liars side? To avoid a split, maybe. The problem is I do not think BCHN has shown it intends to do the work ABC has been doing. They want to kill ABC and then just "see what happens" to BCH after that.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 21:22:17
/r/btc/comments/flihal/why_hasnt_abc_withdrawn_ifp/fl5j10v/

I agree with calling for them to withdraw the IFP because a group is going to use it as an excuse to split BCH is a good idea at this point. ABC is being stupid, but, BCHN is still the attack working to split the coin and community unless they fully replace ABC. I do not think they have even offered to do the work involved, just split us "and see what happens".

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 20:44:43
/r/btc/comments/flihal/why_hasnt_abc_withdrawn_ifp/fl5ivde/

So, the quote was not referring to the IFP. OK

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 20:42:56
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fl5iqqp/

I agree calling for them to withdraw the IFP because a group is going to use it as an excuse to split BCH is a good idea at this point. ABC is being stupid, but, BCHN is still the attack working to split the coin and community unless they fully replace ABC. I do not think they have even offered to do the work involved, just split us "and see what happens".

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 20:41:30
/r/btc/comments/flqjc2/if_bch_splits_into_two_forks_with_mining_and/fl4b4xl/

The stable coins are "backed" by a third party promising they are worth "X" amount. Theoretically "backed by" deposits of whatever they are supposed to be worth (fiat, gold, whatever). They might pick one fork or split them into 2 half-priced tokens.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 21, 2020 12:57:00
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fl012us/

While I don't believe your conclusion is a valid/significant concern compared to splitting the community and the coin, I will stop supporting ABC's behavior on this subject. They should know better then to move forward with this danger of a split community now that it looks so likely. I wish BCH the best of luck in this dangerous time.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 20, 2020 02:54:40
/r/btc/comments/fl8o9x/how_would_a_global_economic_crisis_unfold_if/fkziuyg/

>Replace Monero by stocks and bonds and Bitcoin by M2 Shouldn't we assume we only have Crypto (Bitcoin Cash) and stocks in this hypothetical? Wouldn't people selling falling stocks make BCH rise due to limited supply?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 19, 2020 22:40:36
/r/btc/comments/flf1l0/why_is_this_sub_is_called/fkzhqjx/

Because r/Bitcoin and the BTC-Bitcoin project were captured (purchased) and the real Bitcoin community had to start over here. Then BCH was forked to save Bitcoin. So, here at the real home of Bitcoin, we talk about the only real Bitcoin project still seriously working to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people (BCH).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 19, 2020 22:27:59
/r/btc/comments/flihal/why_hasnt_abc_withdrawn_ifp/fkzgh2d/

>It is a concern to me that 51% could already have happened. Already tried and failed (BSV). This time BCHN will be much more likely to succeed due to the greater apparent community buy-in. Both sides can probably make a solid stand and split BCH if they have miner support. That would be sad.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 19, 2020 22:13:48
/r/btc/comments/flihal/why_hasnt_abc_withdrawn_ifp/fkzgabz/

Who are you quoting? Or are you writing in the third person or something.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 19, 2020 22:11:42
/r/btc/comments/fl7m4h/based_on_historical_bch_price_charts_bch_seems_to/fkzg1ex/

I usually do. He/she is a long-time pro-BTC social engineering agent. A small part of a major effort to harm BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 19, 2020 22:08:58
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkzfum1/

Ya, there are many good reasons to not like the current IFP. None of them really rise to the importance worthy of splitting the BCH coin and community, but, that is the plan. Without serious fixes by ABC to the IFP, I think ABC is asking to be replaced now due to the politics.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 19, 2020 22:06:51
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkx054u/

I call you and some of the people on the BCHN team "heroes" in my other post here. I just want to clarify that was not sarcasm and and I really do hope you guys/gals can make BCHN into a great new node.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 19, 2020 06:26:01
/r/btc/comments/fl7m4h/based_on_historical_bch_price_charts_bch_seems_to/fkwzuqi/

BTC-Troll making unsubstantiated conclusions. Reminds me of me, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 19, 2020 06:20:07
/r/btc/comments/fkjcp0/immense_bch_merchant_adoption_with_christian_of/fkwzp8g/

Do you think BCH can scale for massive worldwide adoption today? Are you one of the "just raise the blocksize" believers? It seems like only one of us is "projecting" a lack of understanding on this issue.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 19, 2020 06:16:56
/r/btc/comments/fki189/is_right_now_a_good_time_to_invest_in_bitcoin/fkwzjjk/

https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/the-troll-army-still-cant-stop-magic-internet-money-c5ad0453

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 19, 2020 06:13:43
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkwzi38/

There is always split risk during upgrades. The politics are what determine whether it will be a split or not. The anti-BCH army created the controversy to hurt BCH. Maybe you great heroes will be able to turn this lemon attempt into lemonade? Time will tell if removing ABC leads to a better situation for BCH or just personal satisfaction at getting rid of Amaury (and harms BCH's near-term progress). Parts of BU are part of the attack and Bitcoin.com follows the "apparent" (manipulated) political winds and has been on the wrong side of these attacks before.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 19, 2020 06:12:52
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkwyzvf/

Is that the evidence of ABC stupidity u/ShadowOfHarbringer was waiting for before assuming they were a lost cause (my loose interpretation of his/her thoughts). Or is that still just the same jumping to conclusions you started that thread with?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 19, 2020 06:02:17
/r/btc/comments/fkjcp0/immense_bch_merchant_adoption_with_christian_of/fkwyqrg/

It is not my opinion. BCH can't scale for massive worldwide adoption yet. I was counting on ABC to dev the fix to that. It has taken too long already and now it looks like more delays. And, don't try to tell me we can just make the blocks bigger to fix the issue like the BSV crowd claims. I think most people realize that is not the solution.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 19, 2020 05:56:59
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkwyl7p/

A cartel of BCH miners willing to donate is what I am hoping for. They need not coerce anyone if they have enough hash to fully mine BCH. If they don't, my idea is not going to work.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 19, 2020 05:53:43
/r/btc/comments/fkjcp0/immense_bch_merchant_adoption_with_christian_of/fkwyg0l/

Yes, ABC is the enemy and must be replaced. That is a takeover. I agree ABC is "asking for it" if they do not withdraw the IFP and submit to the politics.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 19, 2020 05:50:41
/r/btc/comments/fkjcp0/immense_bch_merchant_adoption_with_christian_of/fkt5zxf/

For truly immense adoption, BCH needs to be able to scale. We can't. I wish I had faith in the people behind the takeover of development here (BCHN). Sadly, I think the takeover was designed to delay development further (even though most of the public faces of the takeover do not think that).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 18, 2020 00:54:49
/r/btc/comments/fk2hpv/bitcoin_cash_has_already_lost_at_the_cash/fkt5n2s/

I did not read it fully. It is so full of negativity towards BCH I gave up early. I looked at it again and still see it as full of negativity and a generally anti-BCH theme with some nice parts here and there. It is a lot like "concern trolling" where the trolls say 'I love BCH and it is good for "x", but, ...' Then they go into a longer explanation of how bad BCH is. I am not saying I think you are trolling with this post. It is full of our darkest concerns that are valid issues we need to overcome. The attack where BTC was captured and corrupted may have come from the financial services firms (maybe those you mention as your favorites) that needed to delay Bitcoin so they could catch up. If so, it worked and they are catching up to crypto.. Luckily, BCH has underlying fundamentals that will allow us to remain competitive anyway. They are just building out the infrastructure and getting the consumers ready for the BCH of the future. You are correct we are not there yet. We still can't scale for massive worldwide adoption, we don't have the "killer app" and we are not tapped into the traditional money system. Micro-transactions may well be a part of the "killer app". They can certainly be a big part of the rise of BCH. Every little bit helps, lol. I think we need to develop the ability to scale and then we can go viral. IMO, developer funding/volunteerism is the current bottleneck.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 18, 2020 00:49:38
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkt2246/

> it is logically nearly impossible for BCHN to be the attackers. Not true at all, lol. How can you even think this? Different logic than I learned maybe. Your team is the team willing to fork the network to get their way. Maybe ABC is also? Anyone willing to divide the community over these relatively less important issues is an attacker in my view.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 18, 2020 00:01:25
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkt18it/

I have been calling for a 100% bch-miner-voluntary IFP. I agree the current one sucks. The splitting attack is not really about the IFP. That and hatreds of Amaury are just the excuses used to divide us.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 23:50:59
/r/btc/comments/fk812w/what_happens_to_miners_if_btc_price_falls/fkt0f24/

They make less money.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 23:40:47
/r/btc/comments/fk8yoc/reading_up_on_ifp_and_i_have_questions/fkt0bg3/

Yes, a coup is in progress. Looks like it will work. It is not a secret though.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 23:39:31
/r/btc/comments/fk8yoc/reading_up_on_ifp_and_i_have_questions/fkt06kc/

Looks like a Troll post full of false assumptions.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 23:37:49
/r/btc/comments/fk9q5p/rbitcoin_the_mods_banned_me_for_72_hours_and/fkszriy/

Usually when they ban a person for posting, I believe they delete the post and it gets few upvotes.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 23:32:41
/r/btc/comments/fki189/is_right_now_a_good_time_to_invest_in_bitcoin/fksys3e/

It is gambling. BTC is a bad long-term hold, but, may be good. BCH is usually a good idea but may go low due to internal turmoil in progress at this time.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 23:20:52
/r/btc/comments/fki4yv/in_a_parallel_world_where_we_go_back_to_the_gold/fksyj94/

>It will take the gooberment atleast 50 yrs to commit fraud and over print it. I assume they would do that day one.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 23:17:55
/r/btc/comments/fk2hpv/bitcoin_cash_has_already_lost_at_the_cash/fkqbqgu/

BTC trolls and anti-crypto trolls like to pretend that having not gotten massive worldwide scaling yet means we never will. This sounds like a variation on that theme.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 06:02:33
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkqbd58/

You called it a backdoor. I call it a dangerous super-power BCH is not afraid to use to achieve the dream of Bitcoin. I do not intentionally lie. I intend to stick to that baseline. I am tired of defending a shitty IFP strategy even if I think it was well intended and would be good for BCH. Not splitting the community is what's most important and ABC should take the higher moral ground on that. The BCHN team was willing to split BCH, that's one of the ways I can tell some of what's happening behind the scenes in the 4th dimension. I believe a community split would be a terrible scenario. Many are willing to abandon developer funding to avoid it. The enemy knows of this "weakness".

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 05:54:39
/r/btc/comments/fj7x98/bitcoin_cash_ifp_debate_abc_kicks_off_fundraiser/fkq9ter/

A team has been building this attack for a long time. The internal hatreds of Amaury and the hatred of BTC miners for having to pay the tax made for the perfect opportunity to fool the community into splitting. As usual disinformation mixed with truth were used to gather supporters. They pretended they represented the majority until it might actually be true now. If the whole community kicks ABC out, then there will be no split and they will have failed in much of their attack by doing it too well, lol. I don't care who does it, I just want BCH to scale safely. I hope you guys do that. ABC did seem like they might have been foot-dragging to get paid better. I am afraid the BCHN fork has "supporters" opposed to peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. Hopefully, the good folks on that team can stay in control.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 05:20:45
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkq8vgm/

Time may tell. May take a lot of time for the head social engineers to write their memoirs.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 05:00:02
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkq8p0f/

The "Backdoor" is the power of the miners and developers working together. It is a dangerous power we use every 6 months. When the community likes it, we call it upgrading. Funding developers was a good idea. The roll-out and implementation were a failure. If ABC pushes this into the code, I will stop supporting ABC on this issue. I believe I am a shill. A BCH shill.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 04:56:04
/r/btc/comments/fk194l/cz_believes_bitcoin_price_wont_dip_to_zero_as/fkq84uq/

Historical collector value is above zero.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 04:44:00
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkpxao5/

The trolls and their victims always see me that way, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 01:18:19
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkpx4p8/

Every BCH upgrade is the same power in action. The fork is created by a team opposed to a particular upgrade (or demanding a different path). Time will tell if the interest in voluntary donations lasts beyond the time needed to (trick?) people into thinking that strategy can properly fund BCH development.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 01:15:43
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkpup94/

I believe you are mistaken about what this would have done, but, I agree it was a bad IFP plan/implementation. The power you think this gives to a team of miners and developers is the same power they have always had. The BCHN response is the correct way to counter that power if it is abused to do something bad for BCH. In this case, the OG's got fooled into thinking funding our developers was bad for BCH. The social engineering attack here was very well implemented this time. Much better then the BSV attack. I think it looks like the BCHN attack will succeed at this point. Hopefully the OG's will keep the new node created by anti-BCH forces in check and make it into a good thing.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 00:39:02
/r/btc/comments/fi8tss/bitcoin_is_a_store_of_value/fkptx95/

Good to see your true colors and maturity on display, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 00:28:10
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkptqmo/

20 times as many as BTC ever did or more, but, it is not enough to allow BCH to "go viral" yet.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 00:25:39
/r/btc/comments/fjxiqn/psyop_tip_num_11_disrupt_by_removing_schelling/fkpsoe1/

I believe Tom Zander is trying to stop or delay BCH's effort to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. He is opposed to funding strategies and improving the protocol to achieve scaling. That said, much of what he said in the quote above is true, we can get distracted from the primary goal and that is not my preference.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 17, 2020 00:11:12
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkpqmgn/

The dark forces behind the anti-BCH/anti-ABC attack on funding development have fooled many into thinking they had good reasons for the attack. Just like the blocksize should never be over 1MB because of centralization.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 23:44:39
/r/btc/comments/fi8tss/bitcoin_is_a_store_of_value/fkpqcya/

I already tried, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 23:41:19
/r/btc/comments/fji3wz/what_i_want_for_bchn/fkpqbeb/

Have you not seen the calls for exchange and processor support of the new fork? You could be right that this works out as a replacement of ABC without a community split, but, that was far from likely in the beginning when the splitters were willing to risk a coin and community split to get their way (at any cost to BCH).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 23:40:46
/r/btc/comments/fj7x98/bitcoin_cash_ifp_debate_abc_kicks_off_fundraiser/fkppyku/

> We coded BCHN specifically to avoid a split and follow the longest chain. I assume you believe this. I am sure many good people are behind this fork now. The reason it was created came from the troll army and was intended to split the community. If ABC does not give in to the demands of those good community members, they will be supporting BCHN and may lead to a replacement of ABC without a community split. That is the claim of the anti-ABC forces now (and was the claim before it was likely to be true). It would be interesting to see an attempt to split us lead to an opposite result. Just be careful of the dark forces that started this and the questionable supporters backing your team. Many of them are not really pro-BCH like they claim to be.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 23:36:20
/r/btc/comments/fiys3q/upcoming_release_of_bitcoin_abc_0212_will_not/fkpouzb/

Yours is and was always the false narrative. Now your attack-node team appears to be winning and ABC needs to withdraw the IFP. Failing to do so now seems to be ABC supporting the BCHN attack. The attack came from anti-BCH forces, but, if the whole community ends up replacing ABC with the node created by anti-BCH forces, I hope the good people claiming they are making the BCHN node happen can keep their good intentions alive with questionable backing.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 23:22:59
/r/btc/comments/fji3wz/what_i_want_for_bchn/fkpn901/

BCHN is clearly the attack fork looking to divide the community and split the coin into two on exchanges. The attack is the splitting of the community. I agree ABC needs to withdraw the current IFP and, if they don't, they are supporting the BCHN attack. I suspect I will stop trying to stand up for them soon if they do not allow the attack to have it's way. Very sad. I am sure your intent is not to attack BCH. If I am right and the attack takes over BCH, I hope you guys can keep it from destroying/delaying BCH scaling work. I expect it would be difficult to see the anti-BCH forces strategy for harming BCH even for the people working within the node group. The dark forces may be happy just to delay developer funding and get rid of Amaury, but, I hope you guys are vigilant against other attack vectors.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 23:03:38
/r/btc/comments/fiys3q/upcoming_release_of_bitcoin_abc_0212_will_not/fkpkvn5/

>Once this goes to the ABC binary, it's over for ABC. I will officially claim it is compromised. So, did it go in yet?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 22:36:24
/r/btc/comments/fjshdn/now_that_we_see_the_btc_price_is_not_bulletproof/fkpjjzz/

BTC need not fall for BCH to soar much higher. What BCH needs is the ability to scale for massive worldwide adoption. We do not have that yet. Blocking development funding is an attempt to stop us from getting that.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 22:21:09
/r/btc/comments/fji3wz/what_i_want_for_bchn/fknb27a/

If it were not an attack fork, it would not need to get the new token listed on exchanges. BCH can not scale for massive worldwide adoption yet. Should I repeat that so it sinks in? Unless we split the coin again (a terrible idea), new nodes do not make new copies of the one true BCH blockchain, so, they do not "scale BCH" by existing. They could each be the center of new development that solves the scaling issue someday, and, that would be great.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 08:09:57
/r/btc/comments/fiys3q/upcoming_release_of_bitcoin_abc_0212_will_not/fknag3n/

That is what the anti-BCH social engineering agents have fooled many into believing. Now good folks have joined their cause and are attacking BCH and working to split the community.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 07:59:55
/r/btc/comments/fj09z5/give_bitcoin_cash_node_some_feedback_3/fkna8f7/

This fork is an attack on BCH designed to split the community and stifle development progress. May great people have fallen for the anti-BCH social engineering arguments that have them attacking BCH. Very sad. Yes, The IFP was poorly discussed and implemented, but, splitting the community is much much worse. That is the goal of the real engineers hiding behind this movement.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 07:56:25
/r/btc/comments/fj3q86/showerthought_if_bitcoin_was_meant_to_be_a_small/fkn9ycp/

BCH is usually the project working to fix that situation. I am afraid the BCHN attack-node may stifle that while pretending to be the savior of BCH. Saving us from our primary developer team, of course. No other Bitcoin is seriously working to develop scaling for massive worldwide adoption like BCH is (was?).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 07:51:44
/r/btc/comments/fj594h/how_do_i_exchange_between_bitcoin_cash_and_bitcoin/fkn9n2x/

[https://cryptophyl.com/](https://cryptophyl.com/) is another option.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 07:46:23
/r/btc/comments/fj7x98/bitcoin_cash_ifp_debate_abc_kicks_off_fundraiser/fkn9gte/

Both sides seem just as uninterested in keeping the community from splitting over this.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 07:43:23
/r/btc/comments/fj7x98/bitcoin_cash_ifp_debate_abc_kicks_off_fundraiser/fkn9dqy/

Not strange and not new news. There was never much support for the poorly announced current implementation by ABC. I am surprised ABC has not removed it already for lack of community support. I think it is well-intended and would have been good for BCH, but, it has plenty of real problems the anti-BCH forces were able to use to fool many into thinking the IFP would be bad for BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 07:41:55
/r/btc/comments/fji3wz/what_i_want_for_bchn/fkn7ylc/

During the BCHN attack fork's attack on BCH and the honeymoon afterwards it is likely to seem like a dream come true with many promises. Since this attack was engineered by anti-BCH forces to divide our community and delay our development progress, I expect the honeymoon to be rather short-lived. I hope the great people who are the public-facing front for this attack are getting real financial support that can't be backed out of from their backers. I do not care what node scales BCH, I just want that to be a priority and not a fake priority used to fool us again.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 07:15:53
/r/btc/comments/fji6n7/why_is_readcash_shooting_themselves_in_the_foot/fkn7n6x/

I think it may not be fixed properly or maybe the fix was not retroactive?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 07:09:53
/r/btc/comments/fjj0dz/larry_cermak_the_outlook_is_bleak_the_bitcoin/fkn7ibv/

Halvings are good for the value of the coin. There is excess mining activity for the current coin prices, so, yes, some gear will go offline until the prices rise on at least one kind of Bitcoin. Doom and gloom claims are pure BS.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 07:07:14
/r/btc/comments/fi8tss/bitcoin_is_a_store_of_value/fkn7cqz/

I see the wheels turning. You are getting close to grasping what a real store of value is.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 07:04:10
/r/btc/comments/fiuetr/good_news_two_more_pools_started_bchn_signaling/fkn7b5g/

That BCH is a fucked up system is the main false assumption being used to fool you into attacking BCH. Very sad.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 07:03:18
/r/btc/comments/fiuetr/good_news_two_more_pools_started_bchn_signaling/fkn77qr/

> He basically opened a new vulnerability that has a potential to destroy Bitcoin Cash, and we are the attackers now? The ability of miners to work with developers to change BCH is not a "new vulnerability". This kind of pretzel logic has you guys fooled into attacking BCH. Just because the developers and miners can do things that are good or bad for BCH does not mean doing something good creates a certainty of bad actions to follow. That belief is B.S. (and the basis of your logic). The logic you guys are using was developed by anti-BCH forces and you were spoon-fed a bunch of truth mixed with false assumptions and personal hatereds and you now believe ABC is the enemy out to attack BCH. If you look in a mirror, you will still believe in the BS you have been fed.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 16, 2020 07:01:25
/r/btc/comments/fiuetr/good_news_two_more_pools_started_bchn_signaling/fkjdbj2/

Good News? It looks like the let's 'break up BCH and kill the ABC node team' attack fork is getting miner support. Not sure how that could be good news.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 14, 2020 23:24:30
/r/btc/comments/fibh4y/serious_question_why_is_rbtc_used_to_bash_bitcoin/fkgmzk5/

BCH is currently the only serious attempt to create "Bitcoin" (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). BTC-Bitcoin was captured and intentionally corrupted years ago. My summary: https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/the-troll-army-still-cant-stop-magic-internet-money-c5ad0453

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 14, 2020 01:55:37
/r/btc/comments/fi9k18/ran_neuner_ok_im_going_to_ask_it_even_though_i/fkgmrt8/

> Who is “they”? Your bosses? Do you even know who's behind your efforts to fool people here?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 14, 2020 01:51:29
/r/btc/comments/ficywd/btc_has_been_around_for_10_years_and_since_its/fkgmmj4/

This is disinformation spread to prop up the broken coin's (BTC) house-of-cards.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 14, 2020 01:48:49
/r/btc/comments/fid5kx/perfection/fkgmf81/

This sort of surgery a store of value?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 14, 2020 01:45:10
/r/btc/comments/fid5j0/perfection/fkgm5nh/

More suggestions of HODL?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 14, 2020 01:40:25
/r/btc/comments/fid57e/perfection/fkgm4fd/

HODL ?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 14, 2020 01:39:50
/r/btc/comments/ficu1u/new_to_bitcoin/fkghxky/

If you are really new, you may find this interesting background (my theories) on what's up with the Bitcoins: [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 March 14, 2020 00:31:29
/r/btc/comments/fi9k18/ran_neuner_ok_im_going_to_ask_it_even_though_i/fkgfg5q/

That BTC-Bitcoin was a store of value. Real story about why that claim (lie) arose here: https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/the-troll-army-still-cant-stop-magic-internet-money-c5ad0453

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 13, 2020 23:55:20
/r/btc/comments/fibh4y/serious_question_why_is_rbtc_used_to_bash_bitcoin/fkgf88c/

This is a common question from the anti-Bitcoin social engineering army. The answer: Because r/Bitcoin and the BTC-Bitcoin project were captured (purchased) and the real Bitcoin community had to start over here. Then BCH was forked to save Bitcoin. So, here at the real home of Bitcoin, we talk about the only real Bitcoin project still seriously working to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people (BCH).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 13, 2020 23:52:18
/r/btc/comments/ficbzj/how_to_effectively_short_bitcoin_cash_by/fkgf2lh/

Blindly HODLing is not always the smartest strategy. Timing is everything though. I think Cryptophyl exchange allows this as well. Low liqudity there, maybe.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 13, 2020 23:50:09
/r/btc/comments/fhxye4/localbitcoincom/fkgduh5/

You want to use reliable sellers with a large number of trades and nearly 100% satisfied customers. Otherwise it is a gamble and depends on your trade history and theirs.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 13, 2020 23:33:25
/r/btc/comments/fi08vn/where_can_we_buy_illegal_face_masks_on_the/fkgcw30/

I bet they have cheap ones from Hunan and Italy. In "lightly used" condition, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 13, 2020 23:20:34
/r/btc/comments/fi74er/i_received_some_btc_as_a_tip_about_0011111701/fkgbtre/

I would not expect stability until massive worldwide adoption becomes old news. Massive rises are expected before that for the few coins that do make it to that goal. Crypto is currently gambling on which ones will make it and how soon. No Bitcoins really have their code ready yet.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 13, 2020 23:06:33
/r/btc/comments/fi7zha/charles_hoskinson_is_100_confident_that_bitcoin/fkgb6bo/

Assuming it is a manipulated house-of-cards, I think it could keep creeping higher until BCH get's it's code truly ready for massive worldwide adoption (and goes viral).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 13, 2020 22:58:03
/r/btc/comments/fi7zha/charles_hoskinson_is_100_confident_that_bitcoin/fkgayn9/

If he was referring to BTC-Bitcoin, there goes his credibility.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 13, 2020 22:55:16
/r/btc/comments/fi8tss/bitcoin_is_a_store_of_value/fkg9nvi/

\> Am I missing something, or are people wildly lacking in comprehension skills? Yes! Or you are lust making stuff up to fool others and you know it is dishonesty.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 13, 2020 22:38:42
/r/btc/comments/fi9k18/ran_neuner_ok_im_going_to_ask_it_even_though_i/fkg99n7/

So, you are saying you believe the lies will turn out to be true someday?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 13, 2020 22:33:39
/r/btc/comments/fi9k18/ran_neuner_ok_im_going_to_ask_it_even_though_i/fkg9557/

A low-privacy business payments channel option. Not a very good one though.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 13, 2020 22:32:05
/r/btc/comments/fi9rr8/the_actual_use_case_for_btc/fkg8pgg/

It is good to have the mining capacity all built up and ready. Now we just need the ability to scale for massive worldwide adoption so we can "go viral".

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 13, 2020 22:26:40
/r/btc/comments/fhewaj/try_not_to_listen_to_the_screams_of_hodl_btc/fkg80ac/

Tough to know, especially with the on-goin BCHN node attack trying to split BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 13, 2020 22:17:55
/r/btc/comments/fgvl7w/the_straw_in_the_coinbase/fkg7vjo/

If BCH miners agree to do it, then they will all conform.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 13, 2020 22:16:18
/r/btc/comments/fgvl7w/the_straw_in_the_coinbase/fkalcm4/

If the BCH miners request the change to the code, your arguments fall to dust. Yes, all hands are tied by the protocol code, that's intentional and a feature of Bitcoin.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 12, 2020 07:27:17
/r/btc/comments/fgfqtr/keeping_bitcoin_cash_together_w_jonald_fyookball/fkal5zw/

It has some support from the miners that want to donate. I can see how some might think that is who matters here. I agree it needs to be pulled back (because of anti-BCH politics). Letting the anti-BCH team show their cards first may be part of the plan (if there is one). A lot of time before May 15 and frenzied demands by funding attackers may not be very effective at motivating ABC to do what they demand. Your back-channels might have better luck, but, you came out in support of the attack fork, so, I don't know. I am also not sure removing it would do much. I think the "splitters" looking for exchange support for a new coin will move ahead with the attempt to split the community regardless. They will use false assumptions like you just repeated "not having any support" and others to fool many into following their branch. The IFP is not nearly as important to BCH as is holding the community together. The powers behind the "splitters" know this.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 12, 2020 07:24:19
/r/btc/comments/ffj7he/ama_request_anyone_that_does_or_ever_has_worked/fkakkfu/

Electrum is a BTC-Bitcoin wallet. BTC-Bitcoin has problems all the time that get reported here. Bitcoin.com is always promoting. Maybe some kind of plan there, but, I don't care about BTC-Bitcoin issues, so, not going to try to figure it out. It seems more likely a way to steer people from BTC to BCH if there is a teamwork thing going on there. I don't see a problem, but, not looking hard for one this time.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 12, 2020 07:14:33
/r/btc/comments/fh4bre/hodling_bitcoin_is_a_great_way_using_bitcoin/fkajy5c/

Only when it is going up or the fees are too high to sell it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 12, 2020 07:03:57
/r/btc/comments/fh6l2l/tokyo_police_arrest_2_men_for_buying/fkajsll/

I doubt it is illegal to buy crypto unless you know it is dirty.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 12, 2020 07:01:15
/r/btc/comments/fgvl7w/the_straw_in_the_coinbase/fk790my/

The enemy is behind the division and destruction you are calling for.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 11, 2020 08:50:17
/r/btc/comments/fgfqtr/keeping_bitcoin_cash_together_w_jonald_fyookball/fk78g3i/

Video get's to the IFP issue almost 24 minutes in. IMO, this is two people who are both on the same side (supporting the effort to split BCH) discussing how this split will work. Mr Fyookball is a hero of BCH and has been a great "thought leader" in the past. I think he has been fooled on the issue of this idea harming the best money in the world. Him getting fooled seems hard to believe. He also seems to have fallen for the trolling (social engineering) that claims the team behind this (attempt by miners to set up automated fair donation system intended to support BCH development) has corrupt intent. I do agree there is too much controversy (even though it was originally mostly manufactured by anti-BCH social engineering agents) to move forward and ABC is not being smart about how to make this happen with community support. So, ABC should make sure this does not activate as written. That said, dividing BCH with a new coin working to get listed on exchanges is clearly an attack on BCH and I can't believe these real BCH fans are falling for the anti-BCH trickery. I doubt the new node was created in a few weeks. I'm sure this attack on BCH has been under construction for years. I do not think it is "up in the air" about where we are going if BCHN succeeds. The attack is designed to take control of BCH from ABC. Good people are the face of this take-over, but, I am very concerned for the future of BCH if the team behind the facade gains control. IMO, it will not be "BU", just funded by the same dark forces behind BSV support in BU and others opposed to miners funding BCH development. The miners have already earned the money they are trying to donate by mining. The IFP should be 100% BCH-miner-voluntary. Assuming it is, it does not change the coin's economic policy at all. It only changes miner and developer economics (which is what we need). An automated voluntary redistribution of the miner's earnings (that comes from the coinbase as it always has) does not affect the coin at all. The coin was going to distribute that payment anyway. It is only a matter of where the miners want their earnings to go. BCH is not peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people yet because we do not have the ability to scale for massive worldwide adoption yet. Trying to fund that development is what I think the IFP was about. That is why the IFP was attacked so viciously by the social engineering that is opposed to the dream of Bitcoin (BCH). It is a neat dream that the BCHN team will do that scaling work. If I am correct, they are taking over to stop that exact thing (even if the "face" of the forking team does not realize it). This is a big mess and the thought leaders that should be finding a win-win solution here seem to be taking sides instead. Many even openly say they want to destroy ABC first, then look for ways to make BCH great again. People who say this do not seem to care about making the dream of BCH into reality any time soon.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 11, 2020 08:43:18
/r/btc/comments/fgfxxs/debunked_the_ifp_destroys_bch_soundness/fk72bld/

Anti-Bitcoin comment\^

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 11, 2020 07:18:24
/r/btc/comments/fgfxxs/debunked_the_ifp_destroys_bch_soundness/fk728ok/

Anti-donations forces have fooled many using real flaws in the current implementation strategy, but, I think the community is ready for the idea of donations. There are better ways to do this most of the community would support. The anti-BCH forces will try to stop any real discussions of ways to do it better.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 11, 2020 07:17:10
/r/btc/comments/fgfxxs/debunked_the_ifp_destroys_bch_soundness/fk71yxr/

Bingo! And this is so obvious.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 11, 2020 07:13:02
/r/btc/comments/fgfxxs/debunked_the_ifp_destroys_bch_soundness/fk71wmo/

If that's what the BCH miners want us to do, OK. If not it will stop or never happen. Let's let the miners donate the money they earned to whatever cause they choose.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 11, 2020 07:12:02
/r/btc/comments/fgfxxs/debunked_the_ifp_destroys_bch_soundness/fk71mvt/

This is one of many anti-BCH false assumptions getting spread on social media. If BCH tries to go viral before we are ready, it would be bad. Anti-Bitcoin forces hope we do make that same mistake BTC made (on purpose).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 11, 2020 07:07:47
/r/btc/comments/fgfxxs/debunked_the_ifp_destroys_bch_soundness/fk71fry/

Smart people seem to have been fooled by sophisticated social engineering efforts into believing the IFP destroys BCH's soundness and the team behind this (attempt by miners to set up automated fair donation system intended to support BCH development) has corrupt intent.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 11, 2020 07:04:36
/r/btc/comments/ffj7he/ama_request_anyone_that_does_or_ever_has_worked/fk70ed8/

> In a peer to peer transaction, only miners can make a profit. Most Txs will be for some kind of profit of the 2 people doing the TX, otherwise they would not pay the miners a fee or do the TX. > If I send you BCH from my wallet to yours, only the miner can make a profit, all other external companies are obsolete. I agree their usefulness is limited and, for some businesses, may end as software improves and people get used to moving their money without a business holding their hand through the process. That said, I see no accounts (that are not just opposed to BCH's dream) arguing against making the double-spend concern less of a concern. I think the main use case for payment providers is to allow most businesses to easily accept crypto and automatically turn it into fiat. Changes to the crypto is unlikely to remove that provider use-case. New software apps may be able to replace providers, but, I do not see accounts here trying (trolling) to stop that application's creation either. Anonymity is also being implemented in the applications/wallets and few who love peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people seem opposed to having that be an option. Anti-crypto and anti-privacy people do hate on anonymity. Their businesses may be law enforcement or blockchain investigation firms and their reasoning is usually very weak and ignored by the real community.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 11, 2020 06:47:36
/r/btc/comments/feqhh8/the_ifp_doesnt_change_the_economics_of_the_chain/fk371n9/

No. Not when you are semi-volunteers working to make the world a better place. Did the power corrupt when ABC created BCH and had ultimate power over it? Besides, if there was real corruption, then this BCHN strategy would be our way to stop it. Doing it before that to stop miners from funding development is not the same thing.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 10, 2020 02:01:18
/r/btc/comments/ffj7he/ama_request_anyone_that_does_or_ever_has_worked/fk36e26/

> The company that pays them has a basic goal, make a profit for the company or create a specific perception of the owners from the company. Some people and companies believe in the promise of peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. It is not all greed or corrupt intent in the BCH realm. I agree we are under attack by many with bad intentions.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 10, 2020 01:49:36
/r/btc/comments/ffzx0p/brian_armstrong_surprised_were_seeing_the_bitcoin/fk2ctis/

I would think the BTC manipulators would have taken this opportunity to pretend BTC was a safe haven. This is a little surprising. They must want more cheap coins before the big pump.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 19:56:18
/r/btc/comments/fg22ds/bitcoin_core_still_crashing_it_is_because_of_a/fk2ck7m/

None of the above. But, 3) is a thing for crypto..

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 19:53:28
/r/btc/comments/fg22ds/bitcoin_core_still_crashing_it_is_because_of_a/fk2celj/

Not true and not likely. I do agree BTC is crippled and mostly a scam now.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 19:51:48
/r/btc/comments/ffi6oo/cryptochecker_is_not_creating_a_productive/fk2bo71/

Often positive karma in a BSV or r/Bitcoin sub.. This shows where their loyalty lies. I don't need to know you to know what your post is doing in this sub..

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 19:43:53
/r/btc/comments/feqhh8/the_ifp_doesnt_change_the_economics_of_the_chain/fk2ba93/

>The thing didn't even get out of the discussion phase, and there were people who already wanted to make it more than 6 months. Mostly, there were people saying it would last forever based on assumptions of corrupt intent. The new BCHN you seem to believe in now was born of politics. I hope you are correct this time like you always seemed to be in the past.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 19:39:38
/r/btc/comments/feqhh8/the_ifp_doesnt_change_the_economics_of_the_chain/fk29o6i/

That is not how real logic works.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 19:22:35
/r/btc/comments/ff575p/i_dont_follow_the_ethos_of_bch_that_closely_but/fk28pue/

I believe the anti-BCH "dark forces" have fooled the community into turning against their own lead developer. Dishonest personal attacks and a massive social engineering effort to split the community seems to be working.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 19:12:35
/r/btc/comments/ffae9a/heres_how_we_avoid_a_split/fk24msb/

At least you are being honest about your position.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 18:30:54
/r/btc/comments/ffae9a/heres_how_we_avoid_a_split/fk24jcm/

This is an attack on BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 18:29:57
/r/btc/comments/ffghob/i_support_amaury_sechet_100/fk242ia/

Thanks for trying to support BCH. Sadly, it seems the anti-BCH team is fooling much of our community again. They found the key to breaking BCH up and they are using it 24/7 here. The people supporting the attack on BCH even think they are doing the right thing. Very sad.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 18:25:10
/r/btc/comments/ffghob/i_support_amaury_sechet_100/fk23mxi/

>BCHN consists of dedicated BCHN developers AND developers from other implementations, all coming together for the common good. I wish this was true.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 18:20:47
/r/btc/comments/ffi6oo/cryptochecker_is_not_creating_a_productive/fk22v63/

>"...it's being used today. It's being used today by Egon(and others) as a way to signal to idiots that someone has ideas that aren't worth considering." That strategy only works if the stats displayed show the person is a bad influencer. It is working as intended and attacks on Egon (like this post) by anti-BCH trolls are to be expected.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 18:12:58
/r/btc/comments/ffiw4s/buy_1_bitcoin_hodl_safely_forget_the_price_then/fk21lj3/

regular troll army poster

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 18:00:13
/r/btc/comments/ffj7he/ama_request_anyone_that_does_or_ever_has_worked/fk219vb/

>Propaganda > > Public Relations Social engineering

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 17:57:05
/r/btc/comments/ffj7he/ama_request_anyone_that_does_or_ever_has_worked/fk215lj/

Depends what they pay them to do. Support BCH by finding pro-BCH news to post here? You might call 'em a troll, but, would they be?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 17:55:55
/r/btc/comments/ffjpj1/thanks_for_crashing_the_price_deadalnix/fk20hln/

I love you, but, this is B.S.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 17:49:31
/r/btc/comments/ffu0h3/amid_growing_covid19_concerns_is_bitcoin_a_safe/fk1zybv/

No, Crypto is still gambling. If BCH had support from all sides, maybe, but, we are under attack from many sides at the moment and our ability to make the protocol able to scale for worldwide massive adoption is currently in limbo.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 17:44:17
/r/btc/comments/ffurzk/should_bitcoincom_integrate_openbazaar_as_its/fk1zk1a/

And enforce it by monitoring everyone's offerings...?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 17:40:26
/r/btc/comments/ffwdpc/why_bch_transactions_dropped_starting_yesterday/fk1ypv5/

Price crash. Good time to not sell. Main reason(s) given by others I would guess.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 17:32:16
/r/btc/comments/ffxjbg/twitter_elliott_strike_truce_that_leaves_ceo/fk1y9ih/

He has the dark forces that hate peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people behind him. No worries there, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 17:27:54
/r/btc/comments/ffxnss/how_much_longer_for_mass_blockchain_adoption_30/fk1xs8p/

Older video (July) suggesting we should not expect fast adoption. Anti-BCH forces like to promote anything that suggests we slow our roll, so to speak. Of course their is some truth in the theory here. IMO, If BCH (Bitcoin Cash) gets it's protocol ready for massive worldwide adoption (not there yet), it will not need 15 years and it will be time for the killer app to spread adoption. BCH is under attacks that are slowing progress on developing the ability to scale, but, I still have high hopes we will get back to making that goal a priority

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 17:23:18
/r/btc/comments/ffy7vm/what_is_going_on_with_btc_currently_looks_like/fk1w2au/

BTC HODL is a scam unless the price is rising. BCH holding is a vote for a better future, but, may not be the smartest financial strategy unless the price is rising, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 9, 2020 17:06:44
/r/btc/comments/ff3q5k/is_it_really_decentralized_if/fjvgv8v/

If it is decentralized, they cannot stop it. They can make a law against anything though. Some might follow any law passed.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 7, 2020 19:23:55
/r/btc/comments/fehzd2/the_sha256_mining_algorithm_is_hurting_bch/fjvgfxd/

lies work good for evil trolls. I hear repeating them over and over is a good strategy to fool most people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 7, 2020 19:21:32
/r/btc/comments/fehzd2/the_sha256_mining_algorithm_is_hurting_bch/fjofelu/

Thanks for the "concern".

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 6, 2020 15:30:56
/r/btc/comments/fehzd2/the_sha256_mining_algorithm_is_hurting_bch/fjoeiki/

I never said it was.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 6, 2020 15:22:30
/r/btc/comments/fehzd2/the_sha256_mining_algorithm_is_hurting_bch/fjoazmm/

Not ideal, I agree. That said, pretending BCH has a more serious security problem than it really has is social engineering FUD intentionally spread to harm BCH. Suggesting we get rid of our current security system is also an attack.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 6, 2020 14:49:01
/r/btc/comments/feaa5a/bsv_hashrate_critically_low_what_about_after/fjoasef/

Pretending BCH has a more serious security problem than it really has is social engineering FUD intentionally spread to harm BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 6, 2020 14:47:06
/r/btc/comments/fe0zyg/political_correctness_in_bitcoin_cash/fjoa835/

It is toxic when there is no real evidence of misbehavior. You call their actions "questionable" because you can't really say they did wrong. Yes, the IFP sucks and was implemented in a terrible way, but, assuming ABC has evil intent is behind many of the unjustified attacks social media is full of.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 6, 2020 14:41:36
/r/btc/comments/fe5o7a/bitcoin_cash_reference_implementation_bitcoin_abc/fjo8eoa/

>we're stupid for not activating IFP. For not making it better and then implementing it. So far, we can't even fund one implementation's development to allow the protocol to scale for massive worldwide adoption. Pretending we have more than one actually solving this issue is counterproductive.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 6, 2020 14:23:59
/r/btc/comments/feaa5a/bsv_hashrate_critically_low_what_about_after/fjo7tmy/

This is a BCH attack pretending to talk about BSV. The attack continues in this article: [https://read.cash/@Zek256/the-sha-256-mining-algorithm-is-hurting-bch-aa460e12](https://read.cash/@Zek256/the-sha-256-mining-algorithm-is-hurting-bch-aa460e12) The false assumptions in this post are common anti-BCH social-engineering-attack misinformation. The low hash is only temporary and due to the depressed price. If we do not let the anti-BCH forces win, the price of BCH will rise. If we really finish developing the protocol so BCH can really scale for massive worldwide adoption the price may grow so high we will be more concerned about the amount of electricity our miners are wasting. We currently count on BCH-friendly BTC-miners (and rolling checkpoints) to protect us from 51% attacks and that strategy has already been tested and worked to fend off the BSV attack. This is not ideal, but, we just need to get the price up and all will be well. That rise is just a matter of time since BCH has real fundamentals and no real serious Bitcoins competing to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. We do need to fund development ASAP however.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 6, 2020 14:18:21
/r/btc/comments/fehzd2/the_sha256_mining_algorithm_is_hurting_bch/fjo6l0g/

The false assumptions in this article are common anti-BCH social-engineering-attack misinformation. The low hash is only temporary and due to the depressed price. If we do not let the anti-BCH forces win, the price of BCH will rise. If we really finish developing the protocol so BCH can really scale for massive worldwide adoption the price may grow so high we will be more concerned about the amount of electricity our miners are wasting. We currently count on BCH-friendly BTC-miners (and rolling checkpoints) to protect us from 51% attacks and that strategy has already been tested and worked to fend off the BSV attack. This is not ideal, but, we just need to get the price up and all will be well. That rise is just a matter of time since BCH has real fundamentals and no real serious Bitcoins competing to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. We do need to fund development ASAP however.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 6, 2020 14:06:10
/r/btc/comments/fbw91v/we_have_a_publicity_problem_after_the_destructive/fjkqozp/

> That is what I want, plus it should be sound, why not, when it can be. Sound money for the world. That is anti-BCH "core-style" logic without merit.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 5, 2020 13:13:32
/r/btc/comments/fbvg2r/podcast_wrapping_our_heads_around_the/fjkqjxy/

Is that how your team does it?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 5, 2020 13:12:13
/r/btc/comments/fbw91v/we_have_a_publicity_problem_after_the_destructive/fjkqd9u/

Anti-BCH forces crafted your arguments about soundness just like they did when they said 2MB was too big to be safe. BCH is the real Bitcoin doing upgrades to achieve peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people!

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 5, 2020 13:10:28
/r/btc/comments/fbvg2r/podcast_wrapping_our_heads_around_the/fje3ufv/

We tried the market for years. That failed to get us scaling. I am not looking for "administrators", but, someone or some group will need to decide who gets the donations. Same will be true of donations to BCN. Pretending there is a real problem with donation distribution that cannot be fixed is baloney.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 3, 2020 14:45:14
/r/btc/comments/fbuxye/sodl_its_been_swell_but_the_swellings_gone_down/fje3i67/

> They have already won. That is what the new fork-attack forces are starting to say. I am not convinced. The Roman guards you mention are still working for BCH and I am saying "some Romans are planning to take over Rome".

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 3, 2020 14:42:02
/r/btc/comments/fbw91v/we_have_a_publicity_problem_after_the_destructive/fje33pr/

> there will be no help from the enemy Your team's enemy is peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. I do not think you realize that yet.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 3, 2020 14:38:15
/r/btc/comments/fbw91v/we_have_a_publicity_problem_after_the_destructive/fje2ush/

I do have a feverish need to hold BCH together. Everyone that loves BCH should have that.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 3, 2020 14:35:57
/r/btc/comments/fbt0qw/btc_bch/fje2qhh/

That is what the anti-BCH team likes to say often. They pretend they do not understand the history and so they just can't understand how this became reality.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 3, 2020 14:34:50
/r/btc/comments/f9szwc/the_ongoing_attack/fje2ceq/

White knights are not about ego, but, making the world a better place. Fighting the evils such as the dark forces behind your posts here, for instance. Feeling good about yourself is just one of the benefits of being a good guy. I hope you turn against the evil someday.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 3, 2020 14:31:08
/r/btc/comments/fbvg2r/podcast_wrapping_our_heads_around_the/fj6vxa4/

The protocol is our infrastructure.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 1, 2020 11:48:32
/r/btc/comments/fbw91v/we_have_a_publicity_problem_after_the_destructive/fj6vnai/

The OP can barely contain his feverish need to split the BCH chain and community. This post is just more foaming at the mouth random negativity.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 1, 2020 11:45:42
/r/btc/comments/fbuxye/sodl_its_been_swell_but_the_swellings_gone_down/fj6vby1/

(Reddit account) I love them because they are childishly funny and stupid. Not because I like rage or quitters. > The IFP drama underscored a systemic problem that has been gnawing at the back of my head for ... There is an army attacking BCH from inside and out. I would not call it systemic, but it is an ongoing problem as long as BCH is small and weak. They use any disagreements like the IFP to fool the community into infighting.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 1, 2020 11:42:39
/r/btc/comments/fbk7id/are_we_taking_the_upcoming_events_serious_enough/fj6uihh/

This is a pretty funny false-logic attack strategy against BCH. Just what I needed to lighten the mood from the more serious anti-BCH attacks being spread everywhere.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 1, 2020 11:34:10
/r/btc/comments/fbk8r6/i_told_you_so_1_year_ago_they_decide_everything/fj6u7h6/

This is one of the false logic attacks getting used on BCH these days.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 1, 2020 11:31:02
/r/btc/comments/fbo4tj/debate_this/fj6tsw9/

The BTC-Bitcoin project was captured (purchased) years ago. The centralized development there allowed the new owners (who are opposed to the Bitcoin dream) to disable BTC's primary use case (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). The real Bitcoin community had to start over and BCH was forked to save Bitcoin. So, here at the real home of Bitcoin, we mostly talk about the only real Bitcoin project still seriously working to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people, Bitcoin Cash (BCH). We have not achieved the dream yet (due in large part to the success of the anti-Bitcoin forces), but, if we are not destroyed or beaten to the goal by other projects, we will eventually achieve the dream and BCH will go viral and become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. That will make BCH very valuable and adopted everywhere. BTC can not scale, so, it is not a real competitor and is unlikely to follow the trajectory you claim it will.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 1, 2020 11:26:51
/r/btc/comments/fbpi9d/i_dont_think_bch_will_be_able_to_overtake_btc/fj6t6xt/

That is the anti-Bitcoin army's story for regular people to foolishly believe. It does not really matter whether you are part of their army of social engineering agents or just one of their many victims. Your story is a mixture of true facts and false conclusions. The BTC-Bitcoin project was captured (purchased) years ago. The centralized development there allowed the new owners (who are opposed to the Bitcoin dream) to disable BTC's primary use case (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people). The real Bitcoin community had to start over and BCH was forked to save Bitcoin. So, here at the real home of Bitcoin, we mostly talk about the only real Bitcoin project still seriously working to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people, Bitcoin Cash (BCH). We have not achieved the dream yet (due in large part to the success of the anti-Bitcoin forces), but, if we are not destroyed or beaten to the goal by other projects, we will eventually achieve the dream and BCH will go viral and become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. That will make BCH very valuable and adopted everywhere. BTC can not scale, so, it is not a real competitor so, the flippening is only a matter of time. The anti-Bitcoin forces know this and that is why they attack BCH all day, every day using an army of fake community members using sophisticated social engineering attacks like your question.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 1, 2020 11:20:37
/r/btc/comments/fbrugp/and_now_quasi_liberalism/fj6qym5/

\> It is the enemy manufacturing this chainsplit, they know it is detrimental if not devastating, they know the inherent centralization that lies in the software used for mining... Yes, very true. Their real goal is a community split. And you hammer this subreddit with posts looking to create both of these anti-BCH goals. Please stop helping the enemy divide our community and look for ways to bring the community together by finding win-win solutions.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 1, 2020 10:57:35
/r/btc/comments/fbsw5f/regarding_the_bip9_in_abc_in_an_election_for_a/fj6qffo/

Only this ABC-attack-post suggests that they would be.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 1, 2020 10:52:01
/r/btc/comments/fbsw5f/regarding_the_bip9_in_abc_in_an_election_for_a/fj6q5hj/

He also agreed with the many attacking him there that he was the devil. If you do get those logs, please do not fail to post the context with all the attacks on him 24/7 before his responses.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 1, 2020 10:48:59
/r/btc/comments/fbt0qw/btc_bch/fj6p8j3/

Because the BTC-Bitcoin project was captured and the real Bitcoin community had to start over here. Then BCH was forked to save Bitcoin. So, here at the real hime of Bitcoin, we talk about the only real Bitcoin project still seriously working to become peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people (BCH).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 1, 2020 10:39:21
/r/btc/comments/fbuxye/sodl_its_been_swell_but_the_swellings_gone_down/fj6oo6c/

BYE! Don't forget to sell your social media accounts if you have not done so already. I love the "rage quit" posts. I used to believe in crypto, but, now it is dead to me, lol. BCH is not doomed as the anti-crypto forces hope they can convince us it is. We will get the developer funding thing working better even while under attack by dark forces opposed to BCH development progress. It is the dark ages here, but, I still believe we will make peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 1, 2020 10:33:57
/r/btc/comments/f9szwc/the_ongoing_attack/fj6n8zr/

> Personal attacks and straight up trolling are how the big vs small block arguments went down That is the "history" your professional social engineering agents want everyone to believe now. And, of course, there is also nothing to see here now, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 1, 2020 10:19:58
/r/btc/comments/fb4iyu/bad_actors_v_miners_ifp_opens_an_attack/fj6ml2i/

The problem is the "miners" that activate this could do it because they believe it will harm the minority chain. If it was just BCH miners voting I would want the 95% voting level, but, I would agree with you. That is how the system was set up.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 1, 2020 10:13:11
/r/btc/comments/f8rfsu/this_is_what_cz_binance_really_thinks_about_csw/fj6mc4z/

We are talking about banning people for posting of opinions the subreddit moderators do not agree with. I think you know this. I think you also know that is not what is happening on r/BTC.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on March 1, 2020 10:10:34
/r/btc/comments/fb4iyu/bad_actors_v_miners_ifp_opens_an_attack/fj2xn9k/

I support the idea of the IFP, but, agree it should be pulled and overhauled and implemented in a way that is not developers making the decision to pay themselves (even though I think they made the right decision on where to send the money).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 29, 2020 01:30:02
/r/btc/comments/fb4q1m/bitcoin_cash_node_want_to_divide_the_community/fj2xcgs/

Yes, this is a divide the community article. I think you will like it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 29, 2020 01:24:19
/r/btc/comments/fb4q1m/bitcoin_cash_node_want_to_divide_the_community/fj2xa4l/

BCN is just one part of an attack on BCH by forces looking to divide the community and damage BCH. They used real BCH fans to "front" the creation of this new fork attempt. They have used lies, truths and false assumptions mixed up to make it seem like their divisive conclusions are true. There is an army of anti-BCH attackers that have been using professional social engineering to fool real BCH fans into thinking this kind of stuff. It is sad the anti-BCH agents are working to cause a community split on BCH and that is currently working. Hopefully we will get a compromise solution that fixes this mess in the next few months before this activates. The anti-BCH forces pushing this divisive attack on BCH will try to stop any compromise.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 29, 2020 01:23:03
/r/btc/comments/fb7smv/another_fork/fj2wrqa/

Trolls like this guy will also work to divide the community with comments like this. They will eventually need to make it seem like they are not on only the anti-funding side even though this post does support dividing the community and pushes for a fork to happen.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 29, 2020 01:13:18
/r/btc/comments/fb7smv/another_fork/fj2wlj3/

The trolls want one and will keep talking about the idea to encourage it (while pretending they are not behind it).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 29, 2020 01:10:06
/r/btc/comments/f9r15u/openminded_perspective_on_bitcoin_and_its_inner/fius648/

\> ... current base idea of bitcoin bch is to knock bitcoin btc out and get flippening that way ... Few BCH people are out to "knock bitcoin btc out". We are building peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. If we succeed and BTC keeps it's tiny blocks strategy, BTC will be a tool of centralized businesses and a mostly historically-important footnote in the crypto story. BCH people do not need to attack BTC, that project was captured years ago and they intentionally disabled their primary use case (peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 15:01:06
/r/btc/comments/f9szwc/the_ongoing_attack/fiuqnqz/

So true. The insane logic pretzel they are using is almost funny.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 14:47:32
/r/btc/comments/f9szwc/the_ongoing_attack/fiuq1i2/

The small blockers, like this "movement" to divide the community, had the same massive barrage of posts full of detailed false-logic arguments developed by professional social engineering experts. Long detailed posts full of so many false claims and assumptions they wear out the volunteers trying to speak truth to them. I have taken on many of the arguments over and over and over, but, it turns out repeating the same false information enough time makes people think it is true. People do not want to read my detailed responses. Many are probably tired of hearing from me at all. There are many issues that need to be fixed in the IFP. Lets have constructive posts about how to fix the IFP and/or work together for a better solution if you guys can come up with one that does not divide the community.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 14:42:02
/r/btc/comments/f9szwc/the_ongoing_attack/fiuoolf/

Where are these attack posts you claim are hammering the community? I can't even keep up with defending BCH from the community dividing efforts happening now. I believe the anti-IFC attackers and most of the troll army that is on their side are the ones posting most of the massive barrage of community-hammering threads. They are full of regurgitated troll-army attack logic. I do not even try to keep up with all the repeated false or misleading logic that has now fooled many real BCH fans. The miners would have already earned the money by providing the security the system pays them for before it would get sent to our developers. Yes, the incentives would cause a minor drop in mining on BCH. No, the temporary drop is not anywhere near as important as getting protocol development finished. There are many issues that need to be fixed in the IFP. Lets have constructive posts about how to fix it and/or work together for a better solution if you guys can come up with one that does not divide the community.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 14:30:00
/r/btc/comments/f9nikd/resolving_the_ifp_situation/fiumc2b/

Agree. That's why we need to prioritize it before we need it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 14:08:52
/r/btc/comments/f9nikd/resolving_the_ifp_situation/fiuhu43/

>Bottom line is that I'm not at all afraid of a lack of scaling research. Lots has happened already and the result is that we are so very far ahead of the current market needs that its not going to be needed for quite some time. I consider getting BCH ready to "go viral" (allow massive worldwide adoption) before that moment arrives should be a top development priority. This is the make or break issue for achieving peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. Assuming we will not need to be ready to go viral "for quite some time" is so terrible I can't believe he would admit he thinks like that. This guy has been opposed to methods of getting more funding for ABC since before this IFP controversy even surfaced. His 'we don't need to work on scaling yet because our blocks are not full yet' is a primary attack vector used by anti-BCH forces every day. I am not qualified to vet his claims about having the technical scaling-situation under control, but, I hope smart people look at his claims while keeping in mind he has been opposed to developer funding strategies and thinks we do not need to get BCH ready to scale yet.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 13:27:57
/r/btc/comments/f9a300/the_innovators_will_brake_away/fiue9ma/

Yes, Mr Fyookball's article suggests the kind of team building strategy discussions I think we need these days.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 12:55:40
/r/btc/comments/f9nikd/resolving_the_ifp_situation/fiudy1a/

If I cared about Karma I would be anti-IFP and, apparently, uninterested in keeping the community together like you and the massive karma-voting troll army that is on your side.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 12:52:51
/r/btc/comments/f8xw53/are_there_any_paper_wallets_which_provide_a_12/fit2k5n/

Cool. Watch out for smart printers that like to connect to the internet.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 02:22:49
/r/btc/comments/f9a300/the_innovators_will_brake_away/fit2hcf/

I am the one looking for ways to NOT split the community.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 02:21:17
/r/btc/comments/f8skfl/lets_create_a_winwin_ifp/fit2ca2/

A community-splitting social engineering attack was used to create the fork result. Time will tell if the good people who are implementing the "community splitting fork" can do it without doing more damage than good. I hope you see many known trolls (that use false logic and disinformation) are on your team's side of most arguments. There are good reasons to disagree with ABC and the miners trying to donate. I believe splitting the community with a fork is intended as an attack by the dark forces hiding behind your teams many good people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 02:18:32
/r/btc/comments/f8xw53/are_there_any_paper_wallets_which_provide_a_12/fit1u96/

I think some wallets can do that, but, then you have to print it and that adds another possible danger vector if the printer and PC system doing the printing need to be trusted or kept off-line after this use (forever?).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 02:08:44
/r/btc/comments/f8skfl/lets_create_a_winwin_ifp/fit1owd/

Very simple. They earned it. They get to determine where their money goes. If not, it goes to them anyway. Where the money they earned came from does not matter at all after it is their money to spend.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 02:05:49
/r/btc/comments/f9jnyx/btctop_is_mining_blocks_at_a_loss_when_bch_mining/fit1iia/

Thanks! And, thanks for considering the idea.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 02:02:23
/r/btc/comments/f9jnyx/btctop_is_mining_blocks_at_a_loss_when_bch_mining/fit13ip/

Only if you do not believe in the Bitcoin Dream changing the world and becoming super valuable because of it's success.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 01:54:34
/r/btc/comments/f9jnyx/btctop_is_mining_blocks_at_a_loss_when_bch_mining/fit0mtg/

THANK YOU [BTC.TOP](https://BTC.TOP)!!! And Mr. Toomim for working to fix the problem. I have little clue what's possible or smart, but, my "shower thought" today was to consider adding an adjustment tweak that makes the fast "gaming" blocks with few TXs inside less effective at changing the difficulty. If they do not change the difficulty much, that might foil the gaming strategy?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 01:46:00
/r/btc/comments/f9nikd/resolving_the_ifp_situation/fiszxv0/

I applaud this effort to try to heal the divide and keep the community together. Hero-level behavior as usual from Mr. Fyookball. Whether this succeeds or not, this kind of thinking is what BCH needs. This Sounds great, in theory, if we get 5+ Mil worth of volunteerism, donations earmarked for important work + undesignated funding. I think shifting the supposed "power grab" from ABC to the BCN team can be OK. Designating where donations go would have issues, but, they need not be the disastrous kind of issues many claim. If BCN has control of the new funding, I hope they offer to take some of the responsibilities that are overburdening ABC off of ABC. I think this could be a win-win. I am not sure BCN really has any plans to do more than just split off an ABC copy without IFP. If that is and remains their plan and they get the new funding with the intent to not do the work BCH needs the funding for, I am not sure that would be a good way to compromise. I have never cared who does the work, but, I do care that we get BCH scaling for massive worldwide adoption ASAP. Many may not agree with my opinion on that, but, I would like to hear how any compromise will make progress to achieve that part of the work. I have no right to demand that info, I am just hopeful we may get a plan that has details like that. **Unimportant nitpicking:** I believe claiming "the community (at least the western community) is overwhelmingly opposed to the plan" is an exaggeration influenced by a vocal minority that includes the anti-BCH social engineering forces working to make it seem like a majority want's to split the community. I would estimate it around 50/50 of the real Western BCH community. It does not really matter though, because there is a real split in the community now and that is not OK. I am still concerned there are anti-BCH forces hiding in and behind the anti-IFP team, but, I agree many of those "stepping up" are very skilled and trustworthy. While they stay involved, they should be able to discover and block any attempts to sabotage BCH coming from inside their team.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 01:33:14
/r/btc/comments/f9noh1/scaling_plan_for_reliable_block_times/fiszvz4/

Trolling post.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 26, 2020 01:32:17
/r/btc/comments/f9a300/the_innovators_will_brake_away/fiqqct3/

That was always true and was not good enough. That's why people came up with new ideas.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 11:55:41
/r/btc/comments/f9a300/the_innovators_will_brake_away/fiqq62c/

I believe your plan is to split the community and fork off. If not, lets find a better IFP strategy the community can support. My ideas here: https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/lets-create-a-win-win-ifp-44bcf76d

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 11:53:54
/r/btc/comments/f9d286/coronavirus_rise_to_bolster_safe_havens_like/fiqprun/

BTC-Bitcoin is not a safe haven. These claims are false and hope to fool victims into taking risks.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 11:50:04
/r/btc/comments/f8xnv7/how_to_make_a_profit_by_giving_something_away_for/fiqmnf6/

\> I'm planning to re-read it to help me think through ways that we might fund BCH development without having to use a fixed funding rate (IFP) or move to a not-for-profit model (donations). FYI, my latest ideas on how to possibly do that: [https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/lets-create-a-win-win-ifp-44bcf76d](https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/lets-create-a-win-win-ifp-44bcf76d)

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 11:19:20
/r/btc/comments/f8xw53/are_there_any_paper_wallets_which_provide_a_12/fiqm6ca/

Basically saving the 12 words on paper is a paper wallet. Paper wallets are often made of paper and they can not do anything but wait for you to read them. You need a wallet generator like Electron Cash to make a paper wallet.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 11:14:35
/r/btc/comments/f8z75w/ifp_more_like_why_fp/fiqljqg/

Why FP? Because miners want to donate so BCH can scale to allow massive worldwide aoption. The anti-BCh troll army agrees: why FP? They say we do not need it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 11:08:10
/r/btc/comments/f8z75w/ifp_more_like_why_fp/fiqla7p/

Anti-BCH social engineering article that will be applauded by many who have fallen for a massive wave of this false-logic mixed with truth approach to mind control.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 11:05:27
/r/btc/comments/f90k1l/can_we_please_hold_off_on_yet_more_rule_changes/fiqknfd/

Supporting applying this failed Core logic to BCH is crazy talk.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 10:58:58
/r/btc/comments/f90k1l/can_we_please_hold_off_on_yet_more_rule_changes/fiqkgj9/

Yes, that's why we need more funding to get done making BCH able to scale for massive worldwide adoption. So we can stop meddling with it. Stopping now is crazy talk.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 10:57:02
/r/btc/comments/f90k1l/can_we_please_hold_off_on_yet_more_rule_changes/fiqk833/

Consensus to make blocks bigger does not mean that strategy will allow massive worldwide scaling. BSV pretends that strategy will work. BCH has been working to make real scaling possible. We would not be working on that issue if it had already been solved.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 10:54:40
/r/btc/comments/f96u00/george_donnelly_on_twitter/fiqi6ym/

Hiring help is great in theory. I think we need developers to focus on making BCH able to scale for massive worldwide adoptions ASAP. I have some crazy ideas about creating an improved IFP that makes most BCH fans happy... [https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/lets-create-a-win-win-ifp-44bcf76d](https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/lets-create-a-win-win-ifp-44bcf76d) Let's work to bring the community together instead of divide us.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 10:34:11
/r/btc/comments/f98njf/unpopular_opinion_bitcoins_price_jumps_are_not/fiqh9o9/

Crypto is and will be used to avoid sanctions. These governments activities do affect prices, but, I doubt they are the primary market price drivers. I believe the market prices are manipulated heavily and bear and bull markets are controlled by those manipulations. Powerful manipulators may be based in those countries? Being able to print money to buy Tether to use to manipulate crypto would be a handy power. I have long wondered if it was just obscene amounts of "old money" or covert government activity or a combination of the two. I believe we need only find out who is dumping billions into Tether to find the answers.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 10:24:41
/r/btc/comments/f99ssv/bitcoin_price_models_suggest_14000_by_end_of_year/fiqg8mh/

BTC can't scale but it can rise slowly, so, those targets are possible. BCH, however, could do 14K next week and 37K by Christmas.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 10:13:51
/r/btc/comments/f9a300/the_innovators_will_brake_away/fiqfqob/

Well said!

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 10:08:34
/r/btc/comments/f9a300/the_innovators_will_brake_away/fiqfoh2/

So you have to be a miner to be funded?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 10:07:54
/r/btc/comments/f9a300/the_innovators_will_brake_away/fiqfkyu/

The plan needs a lot of work and many do not support splitting the community to get it. That is not the same as being against a funding plan.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 10:06:51
/r/btc/comments/f9am9w/bch_miner_donation_plan_and_future/fiqf76u/

>To establish a governance mechanism, it is necessary to have money and a governance fund, which has been the focus of recent controversy. I disagree we need to do that and that the recent controversy is about doing that. BCH development is too centralized at this time. We can't help that because we do not have the protocol finished so it can scale yet and we cannot afford to properly fund a decentralized group of teams all working on it at the same time. We, so far, have not been able to fund a single team to get that job done. The difference between BCH and the more-fully-centralized development Bitcoins (all of them) is that the BCH community and developers still believe in making it more decentralized. Not just look more decentralized. Governance of A FUND that will be used to support BCH is not the same as BCH governance. Liars are pretending they are the same thing and many are falling for the lies. BCH governance is an evil to try to avoid.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 10:02:42
/r/btc/comments/f8skfl/lets_create_a_winwin_ifp/fiq6xn8/

The miners have earned that money by mining. Assuming miners agreed to the donations, why do you think it is bad to let them set up an automated system for sending that to developers? I believe there is already an automated system to send the same money to the miners trying to donate.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 08:21:54
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I agree there is a slightly bad option on the table. I am looking for better ideas instead of getting in bed with the enemy and abandoning the goal of allowing automated donations from all BCH miners. Miners are trying to donate and you guys say: no, we will not let you do it this way. So, help me find a way you like that does not let free riders mine BCH and not donate (if there are plenty who are willing to mine and donate). BCN is part of an attack on BCH (camouflaged by real disagreements and hatereds) using dishonesty and truth to split the BCH community, reduce developer funding and remove our lead developer. The only way it is not an attack is if the whole real community agrees we should reduce developer funding and remove our lead developer. That's not going to happen even though many many accounts will make you think the community supports your attack.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 06:59:18
/r/btc/comments/f8skfl/lets_create_a_winwin_ifp/fiq0woh/

Feel free to suggest a better strategy. A real solution to allow automated donations from all BCH miners.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 06:45:11
/r/btc/comments/f8skfl/lets_create_a_winwin_ifp/fiq0tow/

I think "Coup" is the goal of the attack fork. For many reasons, some good.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 06:43:33
/r/btc/comments/f8rfsu/this_is_what_cz_binance_really_thinks_about_csw/fiq0pip/

Much truth in your complaint about social media, but, if you want to talk about eco-chambers, check out BSV social media. At least I am not aware of massive censorship and banning on BSV like BTC has.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 25, 2020 06:41:13
/r/btc/comments/f8skfl/lets_create_a_winwin_ifp/finz2ni/

Then you don't need an attack fork anymore.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 14:38:01
/r/btc/comments/f8skfl/lets_create_a_winwin_ifp/finxtz1/

Thanks ;-)

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 14:26:02
/r/btc/comments/f8or0y/exchanges_help_save_bitcoin_cash_from_tax/findm0d/

LOL, more core developer arguments from the past.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 11:22:59
/r/btc/comments/f8or0y/exchanges_help_save_bitcoin_cash_from_tax/findhsa/

> If it sticks to that plan it could be worse. Still not neutral. If it sticks to that plan it could be worse. Still not neutral.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 11:21:48
/r/btc/comments/f8or0y/exchanges_help_save_bitcoin_cash_from_tax/findf1n/

If it sticks to that plan it could be worse. Still not neutral.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 11:21:03
/r/btc/comments/f8rfsu/this_is_what_cz_binance_really_thinks_about_csw/fin9i9z/

I call em the "mini-troll army" and they are often energetic, lol. Free 50,000 Faketoshi SLP tokens for anyone who joins this Tether group: [https://t.me/FreeFaketoshi](https://t.me/FreeFaketoshi)

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 10:40:50
/r/btc/comments/f8or0y/exchanges_help_save_bitcoin_cash_from_tax/fin8qzr/

>The point is to get them out of the controversy by offering a neutral node. Far from neutral.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 10:32:57
/r/btc/comments/f8or0y/exchanges_help_save_bitcoin_cash_from_tax/fin841w/

I have followed his work. This activity has surprised me since it began a few weeks ago.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 10:26:12
/r/btc/comments/f7hmx1/amaury_is_right_about_ifp/fin7xmy/

Yes, Price and value.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 10:24:18
/r/btc/comments/f8or0y/exchanges_help_save_bitcoin_cash_from_tax/fin7t1q/

It does seem odd he is behind this fork attack. There are many potential reasons for this. I would rather not speculate more than I have already.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 10:22:56
/r/btc/comments/f8or0y/exchanges_help_save_bitcoin_cash_from_tax/fin7jcs/

Same false arguments Core used to fool us into thinking small blocks were popular. I do suggest we look for ways to fix most of the communities' concerns in my new proposal: https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/lets-create-a-win-win-ifp-44bcf76d

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 10:20:03
/r/btc/comments/f8c5x6/new_bch_software_to_mitigate_the_risk_of_a_chain/fin796o/

We all know that is technically true but off-point.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 10:17:01
/r/btc/comments/f8or0y/exchanges_help_save_bitcoin_cash_from_tax/fin72p2/

You are mistaken. They earned it and it goes to them if they do not donate it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 10:15:04
/r/btc/comments/f8bf9i/abc_has_created_a_schelling_point_by_implementing/fimpwed/

Anti-BCH miners will be mining any attack fork. The anti-funding controversy is a dream come true for our opposition.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 06:00:29
/r/btc/comments/f8or0y/exchanges_help_save_bitcoin_cash_from_tax/fimps9q/

I have watched his contributions recently. I edited my comment to suggest he may just be a fooled victim of the anti-donation social engineering attack being used to split BCH, reduce developer funding and remove our lead developer.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 05:57:50
/r/btc/comments/f8or0y/exchanges_help_save_bitcoin_cash_from_tax/fimp0l2/

This guy seems (to me) to be an anti-BCH activist pretending to be a pro-BCH community member. He has given large donations to those who write in opposition to BCH-miners being allowed to set up an automated system for donating money (they have earned) to BCH developers. I could be wrong about this being intentional Anti-BCH activism.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 05:39:48
/r/btc/comments/f7z1w8/side_effect_of_ifp/fimooz4/

To manipulate voting requires they add hash to BCH. That makes difficulty go up, not down. I believe manipulations and defenses would increase hash security and developer fees.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 05:32:10
/r/btc/comments/f7z1w8/side_effect_of_ifp/fimon6o/

To manipulate voting requires they add hash to BCH. That makes difficulty go up, not down. Manipulations and defenses would increase hash security and developer fees.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 05:31:03
/r/btc/comments/f84xcx/suggestion_for_bitcoin_abc_submit_a_patch_to/fimo33i/

I think ABC needs to fix the plan they have in place, but, this suggestion ignores an important part of the incentives of a 100% BCH-miner-supported mandatory system.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 05:17:37
/r/btc/comments/f8bf9i/abc_has_created_a_schelling_point_by_implementing/fimnbuk/

That's what was said about the BSV attack node as well.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 04:59:04
/r/btc/comments/f8bf9i/abc_has_created_a_schelling_point_by_implementing/fimn5kh/

>Tell me... how much SHA256 hash, in % of total SHA256 hash, do you believe the "BlocksTreamCore miners" control > >and > >are willing to move/point at the BCH chain for 2 weeks or more > > to perform this signaling attack you believe could happen? Massive amounts since the IFP makes BTC miners pay for BCH development support. Destroying BCH is the goal of a lot of BTC hash.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 04:54:54
/r/btc/comments/f8bf9i/abc_has_created_a_schelling_point_by_implementing/fimmv4q/

This Anti-BCH logic: Avoid creating a win-win option until after the attack fork has a chance to divide the community as much as possible.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 04:47:56
/r/btc/comments/f8c5x6/new_bch_software_to_mitigate_the_risk_of_a_chain/fimmqd6/

"fun news"? an attack node to try to get rid of ABC and block the desire of BCH miners to donate to BCH developers has been created.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 04:44:46
/r/btc/comments/f8ejsx/the_ifp_the_principle_of_consent_and_trust/fimjnpm/

This article sounds great, but, has a few different false logic arguments built into it. Examples include assuming the developers that have created and sacrificed to build BCH will be sure to become corrupt if paid a little bit better. Also, that BCH does not do "upgrades" to the protocol to achieve the dream of Bitcoin. We have had to trust our developers and miners would not use their superpowers to do bad things for BCH, but, trust is not a good thing to count on in a decentralized cryptocurrency. We have been lucky so far that our developers have always tried to do what is good for BCH. The attempt to let miners set up an automated system of donating to BCH developers is another attempt to do what is good for BCH. Many well funded anti-BCH forces are working 24/7 to stop these donations and split the BCH community using lies and false arguments like those in this article. This also contains a bit of BTC-supporting social engineering: \> ... BTC hodlers have proven that they care far more about security than usability... This is one of the many false claims of the BTC social engineering efforts that prop BTC up above it's natural market position. BTC development was captured and is now centralized. They have no real security anymore. All coin holders have is trust in the immoral team of liars that control BTC development.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 03:33:46
/r/btc/comments/f8gq8c/bitcoin_is_far_likelier_to_drop_before_its/fimiikr/

Halvings make the coins worth more. Miners are not thrilled, but, in the long run it should make any coins they can hold worth more.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 03:09:28
/r/btc/comments/f8nt17/when_hodling_bitcoin_theres_only_one_number_that/fimhz75/

The IQ of the fools that do it? LOL. BTC is an intentionally broken Bitcoin propped up with social engineering like these sort of articles. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is the only real Bitcoin project at the moment.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 02:58:29
/r/btc/comments/f7mgtd/a_rothbardian_evaluation_of_the_ifp/fimhqe1/

The IFP has many problems as designed and implemented. Sadly though, many miners do not want BCH to thrive or for BCH developers to get funding from BCH miner's rewards. Even if 100% of BCH miners want to mine and donate, these anti-BCH-funding market participants can distort the BCH market forces. They come from the outside and are opposed to BCH success. If you take into account the desires of market forces opposed to BCH in your "free market", we will never have financial freedom or peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. Rich powerful (and it might be argued artificial) "market" forces are opposed to those things.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 02:53:33
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/fimgh9n/

> I don't see how this logic is false. Not seeing your arguments are fake is your job, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 02:28:42
/r/btc/comments/f7hmx1/amaury_is_right_about_ifp/fimgas9/

I don't. I am the one pointing out the massive power of miners that are not pro-IFP because it MIGHT cost them 0.04% of their potential profit. The real financial impact of letting Miners donate to developers is a rise in profits, but, that's not as easily shown with math.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 02:25:12
/r/btc/comments/f7kur9/in_crisis_there_is_opportunity/fimg2uu/

I know it is hard to accept as truth, especially when some of the people getting fooled are very smart.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 02:20:57
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/fimfxtq/

> What upsets me, is that people fall so easily for trolls and are not only not able to think for themselves, but repeat like a dogma the nonsense they heard and that sounded trendy, without even taking a second thought about it. Me too, one of the most effective social engineering strategies is having one account lie and then 10 accounts agree with the lie or those agreeing with the liar(s)..

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 24, 2020 02:18:16
/r/btc/comments/f7yznp/irish_drug_dealer_misplaces_fishing_rod_case_with/fih6fts/

I heard it was stolen and thrown away by his landlord when he was imprisoned. Great story to tell law enforcement since they need his keys to open his wallets.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 16:29:07
/r/btc/comments/f7z0lu/ifp_outrage_is_manufactured/fih5eyy/

Ya, there are also many others working to divide the community and claim they represent the majority and that there is no way to make this into a win-win situation. Some of them will be sad they did not make your list.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 16:23:50
/r/btc/comments/f7v3lj/now_that_there_is_a_threat_of_a_fork_again_the/fih30w6/

Attack forks do suck, but, community splitting attacks are worse. You can be sure it is an attack when the group that is proposing a fork has little or no interest in fixing the problems to create a win-win situation. For the anti-BCH attackers lose-lose is the goal.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 16:12:47
/r/btc/comments/f7kqhc/the_development_fund/fih1zik/

Not really a reply to my points and not really very understandable in the later parts. May just be grammar problems making it hard to follow.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 16:07:05
/r/btc/comments/f7lbae/30m_bch_sim_hack/fih0f2d/

I thought I heard the codes changed every so many minutes?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 16:00:08
/r/btc/comments/f74h9e/its_very_easy_to_differentiate_between_btc_and/fih06a9/

I do not disagree with your claim many real people are on the anti-funding side now. I have been repeating this point over and over as many posters pretend I do not believe that even when I just said it. It appears we do not agree on whether the majority of anti-funding posters are real BCH fans. When this dust-up started it was clearly mostly fake BCH fans. It is harder to tell now. No matter how few of them there are, they pretend they are real community members and represent the majority.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 15:58:42
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/figy0xe/

So true.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 15:48:29
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/figxq9j/

The outsider-attackers pretend they represent the entire BCH community.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 15:46:41
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/figx469/

BCH social media has always been full of anti-BCH trolls attacking everyone. It is worse now, of course. One of the goals of the attacks is to get people to leave.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 15:45:19
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/figwzy8/

BCH social media has always been full of anti-BCH trolls attacking everyone. It is worse now, of course. One of the goals of the attacks is to get people to leave.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 15:44:39
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/figwd1s/

You know you are lying when you say nobody supports it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 15:41:18
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/figw6xt/

Not when most of them are lying trolls polluting social media.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 15:40:17
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/figvw0d/

>no interest in discussion, at least not with the larger community. I'd rather see him spend more time on development work than respond to all the trolls working social media. He never claimed he was the only person behind BCH. The trolls just pretend he says that.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 15:38:40
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/figuqno/

I agree good code is good code. But, even good code does not always fit into the code structure of another project. I really do not know what the details of that issue between them is. If BU has really good code why can't BU scale yet? Or, explain in detail (spec?) how they could do it? BU has been acting fishy for months. They seem to be backed by anti-BCH money and have seemed to be spoiling for a chance to attack ABC (BCH) as well. Their leadership also seemed to be opposed to BCH developers getting new funding. Putting BCH in the hands of the BU team is clearly a scary idea. If they had real support, I am guessing they would have made this BCN node an honest BU node project instead of pretending BCN is something they are not the primary creators of.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 15:34:13
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/figrsnl/

Even if you were telling a true story, it would depends on many factors such as how much BSV and BTC you have and how much you get offered to turn against BCH. Also, how many BTC and/or BSV miners you run...

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 15:20:20
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/figqpv2/

> That's just being naive. People taking advantage of you and your are supposed to assume their good intentions? Thanks I pass Perfect example of the false-logic social engineering attack pushing the "ABC is evil and cannot be trusted" line of reasoning even though ABC is really our team of heroes doing the most important work for BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 15:16:42
/r/btc/comments/f75q4s/why_bch_protocol_has_ossified/figpxhr/

I am concerned it is just fancy talk for more of Rogers VC funding of for-profit ventures for his own profits. That is good, but, not really the kind of protocol development I think BCH needs the most at the moment.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 15:12:59
/r/btc/comments/f5v3jk/the_issue_with_dev_funding_proposals_is_control/figoq70/

I agree and I think we can get 100% BCH miner support so there would be no orphaning except of blocks attempting to attack a fully mined chain.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 15:08:53
/r/btc/comments/f6e0xr/on_changing_the_economic_policy_of_bitcoin_cash/figo1b3/

There was no community split at that point. Even if the Reddit/Tether community had been split, the miners asking ABC to do what they did is not evidence of any evil intent. I believe you were fooled into thinking both of those things by a massive and very professional social engineering effort. I also think the minority of the community that did reject some stuff, was not rejecting the idea of miners voluntarily donating to developers. They were rejecting a variety of details that could be fixed as if they were set in stone. Much of that is from the social engineering fooling people into thinking it is all for or against the proposal as if there is no chance to make it a win-win situation.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 15:05:19
/r/btc/comments/f5447e/bch_miner_tax_endgame/figl3nw/

There are other reasons, but, the powers behind the attack fork (BCN) are creating it to split BCH, reduce developer funding and remove our lead developer. I think the pawns used to front the attack are mostly good people who mean well in at least some ways. Their attempt to take over BCH like BSV tried (and, i assume, with some of the same anti-BCH supporters hiding in the background) would create a centralized fork backed by mostly anti-BCH miners, pure-greed-based miners and anti-BCh money. The good people trying to split BCH are getting "played". Most real BCH fans would not be willing to split the community if they realized that was what they were doing.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 14:48:01
/r/btc/comments/f74h9e/its_very_easy_to_differentiate_between_btc_and/figjta1/

> I think most people on both sides are pro-BCH. That is the story told by those behind the attack. They are also the most common posters on social media which makes it seem like there are a lot of them. This is how the small blockers fooled the majority of the real Bitcoin community into thinking they (big blockers) were a minority. This time we have seen this kind of attack twice before and it is harder to fool us. They are trying harder this time and they do have many real fans on their side now.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 14:38:31
/r/btc/comments/f7lbae/30m_bch_sim_hack/figj2zs/

> But cloning your phone is harder than a simple sim hack. I could be wrong, but, I was thinking the sim attack is most often used to clone your phone?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 14:33:30
/r/btc/comments/f7lbae/30m_bch_sim_hack/figimlk/

I am thinking a sim-clone created by a thief is seen as the same phone. When regular people restore a phone, I believe that erases the auth.. I do not think you can use paper to back up an auth..

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 14:32:11
/r/btc/comments/f7kqhc/the_development_fund/figi3zj/

Confusing but false logic. That is an effective social engineering strategy for fooling a lot of people who think they are just not smart enough to understand how right you are. Many do not realize it is hard to understand because it is not understandable using real logic.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 14:29:09
/r/btc/comments/f7kqhc/the_development_fund/fighewh/

If that's what I was suggesting, that might be true. I am pushing for a 100% voluntary BCH-mining effort for doing the donations and mining. It seems like no one is interested in discussing making the IFP a win-win.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 14:24:54
/r/btc/comments/f7ktzw/q_why_do_people_continually_try_to_fuck_up_bitcoin/figgyut/

The IFP as currently suggested sucks even though the basic idea of miners donating to developers is a good one. Now, though, it is a choice between splitting the community and not doing that. BCN calls for a split of the community and only people willing to turn BCH into a "dead coin walking" would try to do that. I think reforming the IFP is a better answer.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 14:22:13
/r/btc/comments/f7kvf8/hello_everyone_i_have_an_important_question/figezfw/

Search for "meetups" to find offers of swag and support from Roger Ver and ideas for a successful meetup.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 14:13:48
/r/btc/comments/f7kqhc/the_development_fund/figei4a/

The social engineering used to fool the community uses a very complex multifaceted approach that includes everything from misleading about the complexity of the situation to claiming BCH is dead.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 14:12:01
/r/btc/comments/f6mdub/bitcoin_cash_developers_fork_abc_reference/figdvv7/

All hands on deck for this attack on BCH. Old and new trolls as usual.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 14:08:51
/r/btc/comments/f6mdub/bitcoin_cash_developers_fork_abc_reference/figdqf0/

Sadly, not surprising. The troll army is out in force these days.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 14:07:59
/r/btc/comments/f7kur9/in_crisis_there_is_opportunity/figdigo/

Ya, that was my point. If all the problems are solved, some will say the plan is still bad.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 14:06:41
/r/btc/comments/f7kur9/in_crisis_there_is_opportunity/figd7ct/

I regularly point out that many true BCH fans are fooled by the disinformation coming from the anti-BCH forces. I am sure you have seen me say this over and over, but, you keep pretending I never say it.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 14:04:50
/r/btc/comments/f7dwjy/users_and_businesses_running_the_bitcoin_cash/fictfe4/

I agree. What's worse is they are not trying to make the current poorly designed and poorly supported attempt better. It is as if they really want to split BCH, reduce developer funding and remove our lead developer more than they want to support BCH development.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 02:27:19
/r/btc/comments/f7dwjy/users_and_businesses_running_the_bitcoin_cash/fict3pr/

>he might be accepting some punishment (price wise) to make him (now funded) dictator for life. It was exactly like this when bsv split. But BSV lost in their failed attempt to become dictator. In this case the new dictator would be the new centralized fork (BCN).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 02:24:40
/r/btc/comments/f7dwjy/users_and_businesses_running_the_bitcoin_cash/fics92t/

Enemies of BCH are behind this attack fork idea.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 02:16:36
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If: \> Users and businesses running the Bitcoin Cash Node software would turn the IFP soft-fork into a miner-only-enforced soft-fork. The risk of a massive chainsplit would be too much for the miners to go ahead with the IFP. Then: Maybe ABC would have to make miners donating to developers into a hard fork to defend against the BCN attack fork. I don't think most real pro-BCH people will split the community over this issue, but, I do expect the powerful anti-BCH forces will push this attack fork to try to split BCH, reduce developer funding and remove our lead developer.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 02:15:14
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>\-- That is pure bullshit. Except for the part that it is not BS. The shills I call the troll armies have played this community like a fiddle for weeks. And, how does the attack fork solve the funding shortage exactly? By pretending we do not need to hurry up and develop the ability to scale for massive worldwide adoption so we can be peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 01:59:46
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Pretty much all true. I think a problem will be that the anti-BCH-funding miners will support the attack fork. Even if all the current BCH miners supported such a plan because it is in their best interests, Anti-BCH and pure-short-term-greed-based miners are likely to be a majority of sha-256 mining hash. To assume they will not pitch-hit on BCH to kill developer funding would be to make the same mistake BSV made when they assumed their 51% of BCH mining hash would be enough to take over BCH. I could be mistaken about the anti-BCH majority of sha-256 hash?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 01:54:47
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\> I think we need to recognize that we are playing in the same team and it is not productive for us to make false accusations ... I wish this were true. I do hope we can heal the community of real BCH supporters. but, many anti-BCH actors hope to to split BCH, reduce developer funding and remove our lead developer. They tasted blood in the water and used this disagreement over details to divide us. They will still be here pretending to be part of our community until BCH grows so big and strong they can't defeat or slow us down with this social engineering baloney.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 01:41:42
/r/btc/comments/f7kur9/in_crisis_there_is_opportunity/ficoi8r/

I agree, although, those opposed to funding BCH developers will continue to fight a new plan that solves any of the problems with the old one.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 01:35:42
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Well said!

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 01:33:59
/r/btc/comments/f7ktzw/q_why_do_people_continually_try_to_fuck_up_bitcoin/fici46k/

Those opposed to peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people are smart and rich.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 00:04:26
/r/btc/comments/f7ktzw/q_why_do_people_continually_try_to_fuck_up_bitcoin/fici0p5/

A: To stop peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people There are other reasons, but, the powers behind the attack fork (BCN) are creating it to split BCH, reduce developer funding and remove our lead developer.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 22, 2020 00:02:57
/r/btc/comments/f7kqhc/the_development_fund/fichp7y/

\> The development fund diverts funds that are supposed to go towards mining, to something else. Not true. The funds do go to mining. The miners do the mining and earn the funds. Then they are donated by the miners who earned the money to fund better development of BCH. The false logic arguments used by anti-BCH forces to try to confuse the pro-BCH community have been very effective and many are fooled about this.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 23:58:07
/r/btc/comments/f7kvf8/hello_everyone_i_have_an_important_question/fichdg3/

Don't you have restaurants or coffee shops with enough space for a "meetup" on one of their slow nights? It can be used to grow their business.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 23:53:16
/r/btc/comments/f7lbae/30m_bch_sim_hack/ficdipi/

Remember to sue the phone company if they let this happen.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 22:59:58
/r/btc/comments/f7lbae/30m_bch_sim_hack/ficdc7h/

Once they clone your phone they can get your email because they use your phone and Authenticator because password resets use email/phone.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 22:57:37
/r/btc/comments/f7mgtd/a_rothbardian_evaluation_of_the_ifp/ficcw1s/

My comments under the article: Great writing and much of it I agree with. I think the conclusion that a plan will necessarily be price fixing that is not economically beneficial to the BCH ecosystem is mistaken (IMO). I start with assuming we have enough 100% voluntary BCH-miner participation to fully mine BCH. I think that is important to take away some valid arguments against any plan. After this, I am not sure it is even a "boycott" anymore. As for price fixing, maybe you can think of a way that the funding could be distributed in a way that follows the market-based demand I think you believe in. Not easy, but, I think possible. A problem might be that the market may have powerful anti-financial-freedom actors opposed to funding developers who would like to increase scaling to allow peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people to succeed? It may be difficult to determine a true "optimal distribution of resources for the satisfaction of consumers' desires" that is pro-BCH if some consumers are anti-BCH (especially when they are pretending to be pro-BCH)? Should the anti-freedom and wealthy consumers willing to pay developers not to develop a peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people get to decide because they have more market power? I agree central planning is not ideal, but, maybe the greater good needs some of that some of the time? Also, I think the assumption that once funding is set up, the recipients will stop working because they are guaranteed payments is to assume bad behavior by previously good people because average people are known to behave like that. A weak assumption in this field full of true believers and a problem that I believe could be overcome by more, planning accounting and accountability in a future funding plans implementation strategy.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 22:51:48
/r/btc/comments/f733dq/so_what_would_happen_to_bitcoin_cash_node_should/fic8ewz/

BCN was created to split BCH, reduce developer funding and remove our lead developer.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 21:56:27
/r/btc/comments/f733dq/so_what_would_happen_to_bitcoin_cash_node_should/fic8bai/

>After all everybody have the same goal - censorship free p2p currency, sound money and freedom. That is true for the real pro-BCH community. I do not think it is true for the powerful forces behind the BCN fork. I am not saying many real community members are not on their side now. I am just saying not everyone has the same goal here.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 21:55:13
/r/btc/comments/f733dq/so_what_would_happen_to_bitcoin_cash_node_should/fic7bh3/

BCN was created to split BCH, reduce developer funding and remove our lead developer. The powerful forces behind it will try to keep it going to use to divide our community again in the future. Most real pro-BCH people would not split the community just to let miners set up an automated developer donation system. So, the anti-BCH forces exaggerate their powers, but, currently they do seem to have power to stop us from supporting our developers in this way. I think a modified plan with 100% BCH miner support might be able to hold the community together, but, I think the attack-fork is likely to do what damage it can even if they can't get the community to follow them.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 21:43:23
/r/btc/comments/f73pvd/new_guy_here_needing_help/fic5wqg/

As said by others, buy BCH and consider having your parents help use Coinbase. This also get's them involved and, if it goes up and I think it will, helps them learn how smart you were when you were young. Make sure you know the password if possible. If BCH, then move some or all off of Coinbase. If BTC keep it there even though it is dangerous because you need to be able to sell it in a hurry when it crashes.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 21:26:46
/r/btc/comments/f74h9e/its_very_easy_to_differentiate_between_btc_and/fic3gn7/

That's because the anti-funding side has no real admitted agenda other than stopping the funding plan. A plan that would be good for BCH. Powerful forces want to split the community and stop the developers from getting better funded. Their agenda is not admitted here.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 20:58:06
/r/btc/comments/f74h9e/its_very_easy_to_differentiate_between_btc_and/fic2wj9/

I agree. The pro fund people are mostly pro BCH. Many opposed to letting miners donate to BCH developers are anti-BCH and are using this controversy to intentionally create a split, damage BCH and try to stop or further delay peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 20:51:22
/r/btc/comments/f75q4s/why_bch_protocol_has_ossified/fia949z/

Will that be used to fund protocol developers like ABC? Or is that for for-profit ventures? Or both?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 09:40:12
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/fia7bel/

> Refused to accept any other money I, and others, offered to pay him in order to avoid causing split and contention in the community. WOW, that is sad to hear if the offer was of a similar size to the estimated donations. > IFP is a great idea, but we also need someone capable of implementing it "just right". I agree. > At the moment, unfortunately IFP has to be scrapped, because too much contention arose around it. Maybe in a year or 2. I think it will get scrapped due to division of the community, but, waiting that long to let miners set up an automated donation system seems like a terrible idea to me. The goal of many attackers is to keep us from becoming peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. If we wait years to develop massive worldwide scaling potential, I think we may miss the chance to be the project that fills that need.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 09:19:53
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Thanks. I do agree they botched the implementation, and, even I would only like to move forward if 100% of BCH miners (enough to fully mine the chain minus the expected 5% drop) agree to mine and donate voluntarily. If it is not voluntary for BCH miners, we should come up with a better plan until it is. I do not care very much if BTC miners are pissed off by some small amount of hash moving to their chain to avoid donating unless we do not have 100% voluntary BCH mining. I do agree they have gathered many real BCH fans into their attack on miners being allowed to voluntarily donate to developers using an automated system. Their success was due to a terrible introduction and implementation strategy leaving many real and hypothetical concerns for the social engineers to use to divide us. I would guess the miners did not think volunteering to donate money they had earned would be so controversial. I do not think I suggested making BSV or BTC weaker even though BSV was an obvious attack on BCH that is still ongoing and BTC was captured to stop Bitcoin (peer-to-peer electronic cash to the world). The forces opposed to bringing peer-to-peer electronic cash to the world are still controlling BTC and attacking BCH. I may have already showed you my article summarizing my theories on the history : https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/the-troll-army-still-cant-stop-magic-internet-money-c5ad0453

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 09:11:32
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/fia53zs/

Ya, the anti-BCH posters are in "all hands on deck" mode. They have a following of pro-BCH people falling in line.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 08:53:37
/r/btc/comments/f6e0xr/on_changing_the_economic_policy_of_bitcoin_cash/fia4yrc/

Assuming evil intent is an unjustified thing to do.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 08:51:49
/r/btc/comments/f5v3jk/the_issue_with_dev_funding_proposals_is_control/fia4ufk/

> in the minority of the vocal members of the r/btc community Yes, that is what I have been saying as well. Outsiders are pretending to be community members and there are many of them posting and pretending they are the majority of the community. That said, I do NOT think only fake community members are speaking up for a split these days. Ya, I agree the idea of the proposal for miners to donate to developers was a good one (and very nice of them to offer). It was sabotaged by a terrible introduction and implementation strategy leaving many real and hypothetical concerns for the social engineers to use to divide us. I would guess the miners did not think volunteering to donate money they had earned would be so controversial.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 08:50:22
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> Amaury cannot be the one to decide where money goes. Only miners can. I agree it should be the miner's decision and there is no evidence I know of that they did not tell him what to do. Cannot is strong, I agree he should not unless the miners asked him to choose. > I say split is the last resort, in order to save Bitcoin Cash from corruption. I do not think you can't think there is corruption to save BCH from without assuming evil intent. The assumptions of power grab and intent to steal money have been professionally injected into the discussions so smoothly many do not even realize they think them. > . This time shills did not do this I saw them arrive early and they have been massively influential. I complained about it weeks ago when their activities ramped up. I do agree they have gathered many real BCH fans into their attack on miners being allowed to voluntarily donate to developers using an automated system. Their success was due to a terrible introduction and implementation strategy leaving many real and hypothetical concerns for the social engineers to use to divide us. I would guess the miners did not think volunteering to donate money they had earned would be so controversial.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 08:39:45
/r/btc/comments/f6om0j/a_few_small_but_shocking_details_that_people_may/fia2v6l/

Funny troll: 'The lead developer has been trying to divide the community'.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 08:25:01
/r/btc/comments/f6eii3/the_current_drama_is_also_a_consequence_of_people/fia2q2u/

I agree this was far from clever. Pretty stupid letting his team make the decision as to what teams to fund unless he had excluded his team. Many assume evil intent to make this into a dealbreaker. I do not. I like the choices. But ya, rushed at the end. Yes, he has been complaining about funding for months. If this was a plan he came up with on his own, you would be right to say he had a lot of time. The time shortage, I imagine, was due to the miners/pools making the offer more recently. I am only for this sort of IFP if enough BCH miners to fully mine BCH 100% agree to mine and donate. I was suggesting pools be created or designated to let miners vote by joining those pools. Had ABC just decided to take some rewards from miners without their consent, I think the IFP would be almost as bad as the attackers say it is.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 08:23:09
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> "Amaury decides what money goes where and who needs the money the most" - lie or not? Probably true. I do not really know if the miners who asked for the automated donation system were involved in the decision. I do hate how this looks and had already come out opposed to him doing that. I however, do not assume evil intent as the attacking social engineers have repeatedly injected into our discussion without actual direct evidence. I think the choices were good ones for BCH and most people do not care to consider that aspect of it. For me, scaling for massive worldwide adoption is the most pressing goal and ABC seems to be the team working on that. I do agree ABC choosing to fund ABC is a terrible and stupid move. I basically agree with everything you said except assuming evil intent. Without the evil intent, the plan is still good for BCH and should be supported unless the attackers can really split the community. They do exaggerate their support, but it seems they may have that power now. I think a community split is worse than no funding.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 08:09:27
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> Look at the code changes on Github, they're changing the consensus layer. Does that not raise alarm bells for you? Concern, but, not alarm. Did that already happen the day BCH was Created? I remember the attacks on BCH using that argument have been happening since even before that. The slippery slope argument is for chains that do not do upgrades to achieve the dream of Bitcoin. We have already exercised that power. On BCH we have checks and balances and developers and miners who know they should not exercise their superpowers to do bad things. That would be bad for BCH. Instead they do things they believe are good and the community supports them. > miners and devs worked together to keep the real Bitcoin alive That's exactly what's happening here if you do not inject unfounded assumptions of evil intent by the lead developer team. If the plan goes as intended, BCH miners would all donate to the project they believe in and any who don't can mine a different chain. There is no punishment unless miners try to circumvent the code and fail. It is obvious for many reasons why a "founder's reward" was not added to BCH. One reason would be not realizing we needed more funding than we would be getting if we want to get BCH scaling for massive worldwide adoption before it is too late. The current price levels are somewhat unexpected and a big reason for many of the financial shortages stressing everyone out. I agree the attack is looking successful at stopping BCH miners from being allowed to set up an automated system of donations to BCH developers. Stopping peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people is the primary goal, but, many who are involved do not even realize they are working towards that end. The social engineering is massive and very professionally implemented to fool the community into false beliefs and to fool many into thinking the majority of the real community is opposed to funding our developers this way. Some of the "anti-IFP" people getting falsely used as examples DO support the plan or one like it, but, they do not want to risk a community split. I am the same way, but, I know the attackers are overstating their support to try to make the lies true as they did with small blockers "majority" back in the day. I do think it is looking risky as the anti-BCH forces have gathered many real pro-BCH people to their side. Already more than the BSV attack seemed to have for instance. I have to repeat I also do not like how ABC did this and I would like to only try to move forward if 100% of BCH miners (enough to fully mine the chain minus the expected 5% drop) agree to mine and donate voluntarily. If it is not voluntary for BCH miners, we should come up with a better plan until it is. I do not care very much if BTC miners are pissed off by some small amount of hash moving to their chain to avoid donating unless we do not have 100% voluntary BCH mining.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 07:58:04
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/fi9yzfj/

Assumptions of evil intent without evidence are the backbone if the dishonest arguments implemented by the attacking army of social engineers.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 07:27:57
/r/btc/comments/f6kxp5/create_a_bitcoin_abc_spinoff_now_a_developers/fi9yw4d/

The wave of social engineering attacks that ramped up to use this disagreement to divide the BCH community has been happening for weeks or longer. Of course it is part of an ongoing pattern of attacks on Bitcoin (BCH) that started before BCH even existed. Expecting clear convincing proof of covert operations is funny. I have been here for years speaking up about it and a bunch of new people joining the anti-BCH attacks is easy for me to see. I do not have or seek proof as you guys come and go like ghosts and most of the attackers would just disappear if caught with real evidence. I am all about opinions and true beliefs: https://read.cash/@Big-Bubbler/the-troll-army-still-cant-stop-magic-internet-money-c5ad0453 I work to combat lies and well funded anti-BCH social engineering that is all over social media. I can't keep up with it all, but, I do what I can to warn the community and new visitors about the regular barrage of lies, tricks and misdirections. I suspect the forking node will come from and be funded by Nchain, BU and anti-BCH and neutral-greed-based miners opposed to BCH miners donating to their developers and increasing competition on the BTC chain. They have some great pawns that do care about BCH. Some may just care more about BTC miner profits. I have no proof, but, in time it will be known unless they hide it better than they hid the money behind the BTC corporate take over. The "dark forces" opposed to peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people are getting better at hiding things, so maybe they will. IMO, this current intense attack is all about stopping BCH miners from being allowed to set up an automated system of donations to BCH developers. Stopping peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people is the primary goal, but, many who are involved do not even realize they are working towards that end. The social engineering is massive and very professionally implemented to fool the community into false beliefs and to fool many into thinking the majority of the real community is opposed to funding our developers this way.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 07:26:27
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TY for trying to understand.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 22:46:51
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> I think you and are more aligned in regards to an Dev fund, and defintitely in the minorty here in r/btc IMO, this is a fiction created by an army of dishonest actors who are mostly not real fans of BCH pretending they are the majority of our community. You saying that supports their effort to fool the community into thinking it is true even if it isn't. Otherwise, I think you are spot on. I do see the danger of a community split as currently high and a split of the community is not worth experiencing even for the very important funding.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 22:46:02
/r/btc/comments/f6om0j/a_few_small_but_shocking_details_that_people_may/fi95wrm/

So smooth and dishonest. I did not suggest you posted this. I am not attacking your very good writing style, but, how you use it to deceive the community. Yes, there are valid, objective reasons for concern. That some atrocious but well-meaning behavior that is intended to result in something good for BCH is coming from one person is not a good reason to try to divide the community from it's lead developer who was instrumental in creating and building the BCH we have today. Smooth talk and unjustified assumptions of bad intentions (even if not admitted to) work together to make you plan seem so good.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 22:39:11
/r/btc/comments/f6mdub/bitcoin_cash_developers_fork_abc_reference/fi94g9x/

I suspect this is coming from nchain, BU and anti-BCH and neutral-greed-based miners opposed to BCH miners donating to their developers and increasing competition on the BTC chain. They have some great pawns that do care about BCH. Some may just care more about BTC miner profits.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 22:22:14
/r/btc/comments/f69iiz/fork_bitcoin_abc_now_a_developers_analysis/fi946yr/

> Luckily, the Bitcoin Cash Node seems to have jumped in, They are the attack fork you have been pushing for to split the community and keep the miners from donating to speed up BCH development.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 22:19:19
/r/btc/comments/f69iiz/fork_bitcoin_abc_now_a_developers_analysis/fi8ifg7/

> draw your own conclusions and think for yourself. Done and done before calling out your false conclusions. > I am not sure if I could ever convince you that I am a normal person stating their concerns and thoughts. Great slick attack on my reasonableness without even saying a bad word about me. Very professional. As usual, your claims that you are a normal person are true. It is the conclusions and insinuations from the true statement that are false. Impressive.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 18:24:02
/r/btc/comments/f6mdub/bitcoin_cash_developers_fork_abc_reference/fi8hjae/

Community splitting attack based on disinformation-based social engineering and ABC stupidly falling right into their false logic trap. This node will probably be funded by anti-BCH and neutral-pure-greed forces opposed to BCH-miners supporting BCH developers.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 18:15:09
/r/btc/comments/f6eii3/the_current_drama_is_also_a_consequence_of_people/fi8h1nc/

You fell for the lies a while back. You may even think that if most people on social media say they are against it, that that shows the community is against it. Of course, the liars do say that is true. I believed that in 2016 when they fooled us into thinking most of the community was on the side of small blocks. Now I see when they are doing it again.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 18:10:18
/r/btc/comments/f6e0xr/on_changing_the_economic_policy_of_bitcoin_cash/fi8gp5h/

I agree that decision being made by ABC was stupid, but, it can be changed in the future as easily as it was added. Assuming evil intent by ABC is part of the social engineering attack. And, the development we need most is scaling. that's what ABC is supposedly trying to do. So, funding them first **is a good idea** even if it looks terrible that they chose to fund themselves. What you may not see is the real power grab breaking BCH for an unfriendly dark purpose hidden behind the funding of the attack. Will they admit it is NChain developers and BU doing the new attack node work as I have been expecting? Or will it be hidden better, I do not know.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 18:06:52
/r/btc/comments/f6om0j/a_few_small_but_shocking_details_that_people_may/fi8fpl7/

The holders do not get a tax bill. They were already going to "pay" those rewards. This is not added inflation. This is the miners doing what they want to with their money. "let the miners donate to the developers" is exactly what this is. You just don't like the tiny lowering of hash affect it might have on "holders". The holders pay for it AND get paid by it much more if development is funded. You are fooled by fake logic intentionally used to divide the community.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 17:57:15
/r/btc/comments/f6nh3z/where_did_we_go_so_wrong/fi67qxo/

The same Lies repeated over and over. I do not have time or energy to reply to them again tonight.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 02:01:39
/r/btc/comments/f6mj1h/if_a_group_forks_bch_over_the_funding_proposal/fi66wwv/

Greedy, which is not considered improper in this field. Scumbags for breaking BCH up into two.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 01:46:14
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Excellent questions. There is an army out to stop BCH miners from voluntarily donating the money they earn to our developers. Stopping peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people is their main goal and slowing BCH development may be all they have to do to achieve that. They are very sophisticated and have fooled a bunch of real BCH fans into joining in their attacks this time. This time they also have the support of BTC miners (that may not want this to happen because it might cost them less than 1% of their profits) , a big powerful userbase.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 01:37:42
/r/btc/comments/f6o7d2/how_to_buy_btc_in_nevada/fi65w05/

Maybe the "Haven" app.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 01:28:11
/r/btc/comments/f6om0j/a_few_small_but_shocking_details_that_people_may/fi65o77/

A 3rd repost of this article that appears to be by a very professional anti-BCH writer looking to divide the community. Almost every word is true and reminds me of G'Max's writing style. Very, very slick social engineering.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 01:24:26
/r/btc/comments/f6kxp5/create_a_bitcoin_abc_spinoff_now_a_developers/fi656rz/

In theory, since that seems to be what you asked for, Pro anti-BCH social engineering agents of your caliber will use the age of accounts that best suits their attack. They would get to choose from many. If this was really your account, you might be an old BTC-troll agent with a long history of fighting against the rise of peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. You remind me of G'Max. His trolling is full of truths and false conclusions. He is a master just like you. I bet almost everything you say is true. Very impressive work. Yes, I believe some in the leadership of BU have been looking for a way to harm BCH. If they did this and gave themselves the money, I would expect it was not intended to be good for BCH unless I trusted the people who the money was going to be paid to. If BU pays good developers to solve BCH's scaling concerns before ABC does, I would be all for that (assuming they do not patent it or provide it to a business for profit instead of to BCH). For me it is about intentions. You guys assume the developers that have been our saviors all this time will suddenly turn evil and steal the money instead of using it to make BCH better.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 01:16:32
/r/btc/comments/f69iiz/fork_bitcoin_abc_now_a_developers_analysis/fi6535y/

In theory, since that seems to be what you asked for, Pro anti-BCH social engineering agents of your caliber will use the age of accounts that best suits their attack. They would get to choose from many. If this was really your account, you might be an old BTC-troll agent with a long history of fighting against the rise of peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. You remind me of G'Max. His trolling is full of truths and false conclusions. He is a master just like you. I bet almost everything you say is true. Very impressive work. Yes, I believe some in the leadership of BU have been looking for a way to harm BCH. If they did this and gave themselves the money, I would expect it was not intended to be good for BCH unless I trusted the people who the money was going to be paid to. If BU pays good developers to solve BCH's scaling concerns before ABC does, I would be all for that (assuming they do not patent it or provide it to a business for profit instead of to BCH). For me it is about intentions. You guys assume the developers that have been our saviours all this time will suddenly turn evil and steal the money instead of using it to make BCH better.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 01:14:54
/r/btc/comments/f69iiz/fork_bitcoin_abc_now_a_developers_analysis/fi6424t/

I am not happy how this went and it still has flaws. I do not really care if Amaury gets replaced by someone better and nicer, but, you do not offer that. You just want to divide the community using a variety of excuses and truths that do not lead to the conclusions you draw.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 00:58:25
/r/btc/comments/f6kxp5/create_a_bitcoin_abc_spinoff_now_a_developers/fi63t9x/

Very, very well written with many truths. G'Max level shit, for sure. The conclusions are full of false assumptions. I believe his Chris Pacia part had to be edited because it was not true.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 00:54:34
/r/btc/comments/f6eii3/the_current_drama_is_also_a_consequence_of_people/fi63lwl/

The anti-BCH position your side takes it's logic from does not think BCH needs any software upgrades. Certainly not improvements to scaling or privacy.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 00:51:22
/r/btc/comments/f6es90/abc_needs_to_go_back_to_their_roots/fi63f4n/

If you were correct, the country he lives in or came from would not still be named France (unless you are reaching furthur back in history where few can say they never had to do that at some point).

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 00:48:32
/r/btc/comments/f5v3jk/the_issue_with_dev_funding_proposals_is_control/fi637al/

I think mining pools are anti-decentralization and so I am not fond of them in theory. I am just looking for an easy way to let miners show support for donating some of their money to developers.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 00:45:11
/r/btc/comments/f6e0xr/on_changing_the_economic_policy_of_bitcoin_cash/fi62mma/

>You did not address centralization and complete control over the protocol forever, That is already what BCH is. Anti-BCH forces are confusing everyone into thinking something new is happening here. It is not. Developers and miners working together have always had "complete control over the protocol forever". BCH is not fully decentralized yet, but, at lease I believe we still work towards that goal instead of abandoning it like BTC and BSV have done. Assuming the devs will quit trying once there is some more money on the table is to assume evil intent and that is also the anti-BCH team fooling our community by using personal attacks.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 00:36:32
/r/btc/comments/f6e0xr/on_changing_the_economic_policy_of_bitcoin_cash/fi62585/

\> ... In the case of IFP, we now have a new group (developers) who is the beneficiary of new coins being issued, and there is a whole new dynamic where miners now must also decide how to distribute the coinbase.... IMO, this need not change BCH economic policy. If the power to do this and to change this is retained by the miners (who are donating their own money), I think it is great for BCH. Of course that assume our supported developers are NOT the evil scumbags just in it for the money like many have been suggesting all over social media. My assumptions remain true even if Amaury is an annoying self-centered jerk. What matters is if the developers will be able to do more good work because of the increased funding. They are newly minted coins, but, they are not different coins from the ones that were always intended to be issued. The issuance is not something new, just the recipient. I bet Mr Fyookball realizes this, but, I mention it because there might be confusion among those opposed to the proposals. These are coins that have been earned by BCH miners in the normal course of mining as always. If there is no change, the coins will go to the miners. I agree the miners that earned the coins and are donating some of them to developers should be allowed to decide where their donated coins get sent. I think they deserve that right because it is their coins getting donated. I do not agree "miners now must also decide how to distribute" the coin rewards. If they choose to let someone else (or a vote or committee) make that complicated and politically-difficult decision, I think they have that right as well. Maybe it seems like I am splitting hairs and them choosing someone to do it for them is still miners making a 'decision on how to distribute' them. I think it could be an important distinction to be aware of. Anyway, in my view this is BCH-miners choosing to donate coins they have earned to BCH developers. If the miners that earned the coins get to decide where they go, it is just an automated method for donating their property and not a change to BCH economic policy. I assume the mining rewards already go to an address provided by the miner and I do not think this needs to change that. My argument assumes there are enough BCH-miners willing to mine BCH and donate to make it 100% voluntary for BCH miners. If BCH-miners are forced to donate, then my argument falls apart in many ways. So, I have been trying to find out if there are enough miners (hashrate) that support this donation idea that could and would be willing to do all of the BCH mining. If we had 100% support among BCH-miners (which is a small amount of total sha-256 mining), I would say that was enough support. I suspect there are plenty of pro-BCH miners that we could easily get to this level of support. Of course the anti-funding forces will say we have little or no support.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 20, 2020 00:29:28
/r/btc/comments/f6eii3/the_current_drama_is_also_a_consequence_of_people/fi5pyi4/

I agree, but, he was up against a deadline and more discussion (which was badly needed) would have meant putting off **letting miners donate to developers** for another 6 months.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 22:10:00
/r/btc/comments/f6eii3/the_current_drama_is_also_a_consequence_of_people/fi5ppp5/

The people who are willing to split the community to keep miners from voluntarily donating to BCH developers have been fooled by slick professional and very nuanced social engineering. This is an attempt to stop miners from donating to developers and it seems like it may work due to dishonest and personal attacks repeated so many times it seems real people fell for them.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 22:07:36
/r/btc/comments/f6es90/abc_needs_to_go_back_to_their_roots/fi5p3qv/

Troll that wants the BCH community to give up like it claims 'our ancestors did'?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 22:01:35
/r/btc/comments/f6evp4/can_we_fund_the_projects_with_a_raffle/fi5otc3/

Any way you create that is not a scam is good.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 21:58:50
/r/btc/comments/f6ga4m/chain_split_looks_likely_the_battle_is_now_for/fi5oify/

Trolling attack pushing for a split.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 21:55:55
/r/btc/comments/f6hmkh/nobody_wants_a_split_but/fi5nzmp/

That's just not true.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 21:51:04
/r/btc/comments/f6i0o1/instabitcoin_organization_funded_to_spread_bch_in/fi5mom3/

A split would be bad and you are supporting the idea of having one.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 21:39:02
/r/btc/comments/f6jnfe/if_abc_sucks_at_business_and_monetization_why/fi5mc0l/

Your lie that we would be bailing them out is a smooth anti-BCh claim. Why should we care if you punched your mother? Anyway, this is not an attempt to throw more money at thieves who gambled with our money and lost. This is an attempt to speed up the non-profit development of BCH. It has been moving too slow and does need more funding or more high quality volunteers. The attackers are trying to make sure the developers do not get more funding.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 21:35:35
/r/btc/comments/f6krle/why_is_abc_and_team_doing_this_honest_question/fi5kx3k/

Some miners want to set up an automated system to fund faster development of BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 21:22:01
/r/btc/comments/f6kvts/reminder_monthly_bitcoin_cash_developer_meeting/fi5k6ph/

This could be a good one :-)

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 21:14:50
/r/btc/comments/f69iiz/fork_bitcoin_abc_now_a_developers_analysis/fi5j3vr/

Sounds like you are agitating for a community and chain split to me.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 21:04:11
/r/btc/comments/f69iiz/fork_bitcoin_abc_now_a_developers_analysis/fi5ixmu/

This sounds like a professional social engineering article designed to split the community to me. Anyone know this developer works on BCH? His conclusion the funding implementation "is a malicious and dishonest attack on Bitcoin Cash" seems dishonest or, at a minimum, speculative negativity stated as truth. The ABC actions have sucked and do make it hard to support them. This article hits many true problems in a very professional manner. The conclusions about intent are just what anti-BCH forces would say.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 21:02:23
/r/btc/comments/f6kxp5/create_a_bitcoin_abc_spinoff_now_a_developers/fi5iva1/

This re-post sounds like a professional social engineering article designed to split the community to me. Anyone know this developer works on BCH? His conclusion the funding implementation "is a malicious and dishonest attack on Bitcoin Cash" seems dishonest or, at a minimum, speculative negativity stated as truth. The ABC actions have sucked and do make it hard to support them. This article hits many true problems in a very professional manner. The conclusions about intent are just what anti-BCH forces would say.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 21:01:42
/r/btc/comments/f5m2yb/analysis_of_bitcoinabcs_announcement_on_accepting/fi5gfce/

I do not care if you are a miner. As I said, HASH is what matters. And, yes hash that is not properly mining does not count or matter to me until it gets properly directed at securing a blockchain. If you are having trouble understanding, please quote the part you do not understand or agree with.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 20:36:01
/r/btc/comments/f5rpzr/my_main_reason_to_oppose_the_ifp/fi5g0vl/

The "holders" will get more value from a better developed BCH than they will lose in security. It will be a miner security loss and we already rely on BTC-mining miners for our 51% attack defense because our hash is too low due to the temporary low coin price. I expect this change to make the price and security go up if we do not get our community split by the anti-BCH forces trying to do that now.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 20:31:44
/r/btc/comments/f5447e/bch_miner_tax_endgame/fi5fm36/

> But that's just one of the things that is so strange about the supposed urgency of this proposal. BCH already has 5 different node implementations, which were funded organically ... > ... All of which tells me that this proposal is not about funding at all, it's a takeover bid for the entire project. ... LOL. Those who suggest we have plenty of developer funding seem most likely to be opposed to achieving peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people. That or they just do not understand the economics and game theory of taking years longer to get BCH ready to scale. Trying to claim this is just a power grab or greedy attempt at theft from the project are clearly trying to divide the community and seem deluded or dishonest. > I said it elsewhere: the minute that devs and miners are colluding to the benefit of some and the detriment of others, you no longer have a cryptocurrency. Well, that happened the day BCH was Created. The attacks on BCH using that argument have been happening since even before that. Did you buy that account from the real wtfCraigwtf or am I mistaken in my belief you used to be a BCH supporter?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 20:27:17
/r/btc/comments/f5v3jk/the_issue_with_dev_funding_proposals_is_control/fi5epe7/

How could it be gamed? Too much hash mines and donates to BCH? I'd risk that result. Maybe you just don't like any mining pools?

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 20:17:26
/r/btc/comments/f5m2yb/analysis_of_bitcoinabcs_announcement_on_accepting/fi5egcj/

Any, including any "non-authorized" can mine and donate if they want to. It is still permissionless and your use of the word authorized is inappropriate, of course. If there is enough hash to "fully" mine BCH in the designated pools, then, other miners mining BCH are unlikely, but welcome of course.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 19, 2020 20:14:40
/r/btc/comments/f5m2yb/analysis_of_bitcoinabcs_announcement_on_accepting/fi18eg4/

Hash = miner in this world.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 14:04:38
/r/btc/comments/f5tz84/this_is_a_psa_for_my_bitcoin_cash_bros_if_a/fi18824/

Miners are trying to set up an automated system to do it fairly. Your idea has been failing for years. My idea is that we use 100% pro-BCH miners who agree in advance to mine and donate, then it is their money to send wherever they choose. This may overcome some of the technical concerns. I have been suggesting they join a "pool" designated or created to gather supportive miners.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 14:02:57
/r/btc/comments/f5m2yb/analysis_of_bitcoinabcs_announcement_on_accepting/fi17two/

Sorry if this was hard to understand. They join a "pool" designated or created to gather supportive miners (as I believe I said above). Pools are a team of miners working together.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 13:59:10
/r/btc/comments/f5s5q9/funny_how_the_narrative_has_become_its_good/fi17fwx/

I propose 100% BCH miner acceptance. if we use 100% pro-BCH miners who agree in advance to mine and donate, then it is their money to send wherever they choose. This may overcome some of the technical concerns.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 13:55:32
/r/btc/comments/f5v3jk/the_issue_with_dev_funding_proposals_is_control/fi16yin/

It is hard to solve as most voting ideas would be "gamed". The 5% is not enough to be a total solution anyway, so, I believe spreading it thinner would make it less helpful to BCH. My idea for making the funding 100% voluntary is to have "pools" the miners join to show support for the ongoing donations. If they do not like where their donations are going they can leave the pool(s) that donate. It is the miners money and where it goes should be up to them.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 13:50:55
/r/btc/comments/f5wfbb/dishonesty_by_rbtc_mods_setting_a_doxxy_false/fi15yjt/

Pot calling the kettle brown, lol.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 13:41:32
/r/btc/comments/f5r7ev/which_fork_of_the_bch_split_will_bitcoincom/fi15cye/

Just more of the attacks on BCH attempting to split our community.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 13:35:53
/r/btc/comments/f5rpzr/my_main_reason_to_oppose_the_ifp/fi154pw/

The slippery slope argument is for chains that do not do upgrades to achieve the dream of Bitcoin. We have already exercised that power. The "simple truth" is not as simple as we all want it to be. On BCH we have checks and balances and developers and miners who know they should not exercise their superpowers to do bad things. That would be bad for BCH. Instead they do things they believe are good and the community supports them. In the current case, miners are trying to set up an automated donation of money they have already earned to our developers to make BCH better. Many opposed to letting the miners donate are making a lot of BS arguments and good ones to try to divide the community. The anti-BCH forces are all out taking advantage of any real disagreements to fan the flames for another split. Fooling people into thinking this is about something other than miners trying to donate to developers is a huge part of the attack this time. Ya, the way this is getting done sucks. The real question for me is if this plan would be good for BCH if we ignore the BS and noise trying to split our community.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 13:33:38
/r/btc/comments/f5s5q9/funny_how_the_narrative_has_become_its_good/fi0vppz/

>Literally no one is against progress. No one is admitting to being against BCH development progress. The truth is massive efforts to stop BCH and peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people have been underway for years. Pretending there is no anti-BCH army posting on social media is classic dishonest social engineering.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 12:08:59
/r/btc/comments/f5s5q9/funny_how_the_narrative_has_become_its_good/fi0ve7b/

Ya, the process sucks and the self dealing is outrageous, but, the more important question is whether it is good to let miners send their money to these developers? It is not ideal, but, it is their money and they asked ABC to let them do this this way.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 12:05:54
/r/btc/comments/f5s5q9/funny_how_the_narrative_has_become_its_good/fi0v53m/

Ya, this whole thing is about keeping Miners from sending money they earned to BCH developers to make BCH better faster. Massive dishonesty and distraction is being used to fool the community into thinking this is something else.. Real people against letting miners send their money to developers should think about why they are against that.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 12:03:25
/r/btc/comments/f5smd2/tether_to_mint_slp_tokens/fi0unq9/

Good show

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 11:58:44
/r/btc/comments/f5tz84/this_is_a_psa_for_my_bitcoin_cash_bros_if_a/fi0rh1n/

I doubt the past would repeat on this one. I think BSV has rich people propping and pumping it. There is less likelihood the new attack fork trying to split the community and keep us from letting miners donate their money to developers would have a sugar daddy that cared about it's future after it damaged BCH as much as possible.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 11:27:57
/r/btc/comments/f4jq6s/shower_thought_what_would_harm_bitcoin_cash_more/fi0qxtd/

Burying your head in the sand does not make the world 100% sand.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 11:22:44
/r/btc/comments/f5m2yb/analysis_of_bitcoinabcs_announcement_on_accepting/fi0qtp0/

I guess you just ignored everything I wrote in that short paragraph and just repeated some talking points? It clearly answers all those "new" questions.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 11:21:36
/r/btc/comments/f5447e/bch_miner_tax_endgame/fi0qfty/

Thanks! The problem with your position is that BCH is the Bitcoin project that does upgrades to make peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people a reality. This is not the first time we have exercised what many claim are "slippery slope" superpowers that should be off-limits (even for good reasons) to avoid misuse later. Those who wish to divide our community again have used that logic over and over because it is so effective. Any need for trust is not ideal and neither is imperfect decentralization, but, we are not done making the protocol work for massive worldwide scaling yet. The community will need to choose to support an acceptable solution to a variety of issues over the next few years and we will not have solid decentralization until we pass these early days of creating the underlying infrastructure. If we could afford to fully fund 10 different node teams, that would be great. Instead we are waiting for real visible scaling progress for years and the main team working on that crucial part claims it needs a lot more funding to make it happen. I do not care if ABC does the work, I just want real scaling progress ASAP and I think the timing may turn out to be very important. And remember I think this is miners **that already earned the money trying to give it to our developers** to make BCH better. The past and current proposed funding strategies have all sucked, but, the current one is better than nothing. It is not a total solution, so, all the other ideas people suggest are great also (even if they suck) if they lead to supporting BCH and making peer-to-peer electronic cash for the world's people happen soon. My current dream: I propose 100% BCH miner acceptance. if we use 100% pro-BCH miners who agree in advance to mine and donate, then it is their money to send wherever they choose. This may overcome some of the technical concerns. Also, I do not have an opinion on hardcoding addresses. That could be a bad idea.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 18, 2020 11:17:50
/r/btc/comments/f5m2yb/analysis_of_bitcoinabcs_announcement_on_accepting/fhzk8f6/

I am currently promoting an idea to gather 100% BCH miner acceptance. if we use 100% pro-BCH miners who agree in advance to mine and donate, then, I believe it is their money to send wherever they choose. This may overcome some of the technical concerns. I do not care how it is done, but, maybe pools created or designated as pro-funding could be created and miners could join or remain in those pools that intend to mine BCH and donate. Miners who do not like where the donations are going could leave the pool at will. I think for this to work we would need enough miners to fully mine BCH.

Commented by /u/Big_Bubbler in /r/btc on February 17, 2020 23:57:26
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