Reddit User Account Overview

/u/

/u/MobTwo
Redditor Since December 26, 2014 (2,125 days old)
Karma Posts: 16,606 Comments: 66,034 Combined: 82,640
Active in


https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/j9p61n/psa_someone_is_using_a_bot_to_downvote_everything/

For any newbies coming here wondering why someone is running a downvote bot in this subreddit (among other attacks), I would like to spread awareness about this issue. There are many signs that BTC has been infiltrated. When you put them all together, it starts to form a clearer picture. Here are some examples. There is consistent trolls/harassments/smear campaigns against Bitcoin Cash the last 4 years. Who is funding all these propaganda campaigns? Who is funding these efforts to run downvote bots to disrupt this community? In 2013, Peter Todd was paid off by a government intelligence agent to create RBF, create a propaganda video, and cripple the BTC code. Source: https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@adambalm/in-2013-peter-todd-was-paid-off-by-a-government-intelligence-agent-to-create-rbf-create-a-propaganda-video-and-cripple-the-btc Blockstream kicking Gavin, the lead Bitcoin developer, out of Bitcoin development, successfully hijacked control over the Bitcoin github. Mike Hearn and Gavin wanted to prevent Bitcoin from being hijacked, so they created a fork. That fork didn't survived after they were heavily DDOS. Mike Hearn was heavily character assassinated by what I believe to be orchestrated paid campaigns by Blockstream. And of course, now that Mike Hearn is gone, the character assassination campaigns are directed at Bitcoin Cash main supporters like Roger Ver. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/8lozww/how_bitcoin_btc_was_hijacked_and_why_bitcoin_cash/ Blockstream not honoring the Hong Kong agreement and the New York agreement they signed. Blockstream doesn't want Bitcoin to compete with the banks. Their aim is to make Bitcoin unusable with no long term future. Source: https://www.trustnodes.com/2017/12/22/gregory-maxwell-celebrates-high-fees-300000-stuck-transactions Samson Mow admitting in an interview that Blockstream is out for profit (in other words, the BTC holders will be milked as their cash cows, BTC miners will be driven out with Lightning Network taking its place) Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFOmUm-_DMQ The false flag attacks where they claimed Bitcoin Cash was hacking them (but turns out Greg Maxwell was the ones doing it) Source: https://www.trustnodes.com/2017/11/22/reddit-bitcoin-mods-gregory-maxwell-accused-false-flag-bot-attack-hacking) Hackers targeting Bitcoin Cash users stealing their tippr funds and taking over their reddit accounts Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/tippr/comments/7naogq/tippr_on_reddit_disabled_temporarily/ Misinformation campaigns (BTC people registering bcash sites and subreddits, then trying to associate Bitcoin Cash as bcash to forums/websites they control) Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/8dd5ij/why_bitcoin_cash_users_reject_the_name_bcash_so/ Censorship to brainwash newcomers with Bitcoin misinformation and propaganda. Source: https://medium.com/@johnblocke/a-brief-and-incomplete-history-of-censorship-in-r-bitcoin-c85a290fe43 Blockstream declaring that Bitcoin is not for the poor. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/ahzog2/reminder_bitcoin_isnt_for_people_that_live_on/ Blockstream sabotaged Bitcoin codes by reducing its functionality such as OP Return size reduction, RBF vulnerability, 1MB blocksize, etc... so that it breaks software built on top of Bitcoin. Source (OP Return Reduction): https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/80ycim/a_few_months_after_the_counterparty_developers/ Source (Bitcoin RBF Vulnerability): https://www.ccn.com/bitcoin-atm-double-spenders-police-need-help-identifying-four-criminals/ I was involved in some BCH projects and there had been multiple DDOS attacks and other stuff, such as flooding my inbox with few hundred thousand emails per day. I'm sure those activities are not for profit, so why are they doing it? There are actually plenty more nasty unethical things BTC people had done which is not covered in this comment. Bitcoin Cash is an attempt to rescue what the bad actors had hijacked successfully, mainly the peer to peer cash revolution. And it won't be the last time the bad actors will try to find ways to sabotage this project. Link: https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/e61fyz/poll_results_are_in_53_2296_votes_have_declared/f9n5lma/ Here's my suggestion to counter these attempts at disrupting the Bitcoin Cash community. We keep onboarding more users into the Bitcoin Cash ecosystem. That's what they don't want us to do, and that's exactly what we will do.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 12, 2020 07:28:08

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/ilrzvf/trolls_infestation/

Recently, there has been a surge of trolls infestation into rbtc and so, I wanted to write a little bit about this issue, especially for the newcomers. We all know that a global peer to peer monetary system like Bitcoin Cash is a threat to the traditional banking and financial sector. Each day they could delay their demise, they would. If your bank is earning billions of dollars in fees everyday, wouldn’t you mind spending a million or two to cause problems to something that threatens your survival? It’s common sense. So people like me don’t get angry when I see trolls in rbtc because I know what they want and I know why they are here. And they are confirmation that Bitcoin Cash is moving in the right direction. They are here to disrupt the community and disrupt the global peer to peer cash movement. Therefore, for each troll I encountered, I will onboard 10 new people into the Bitcoin Cash community. I will use the negative energy from trolls and turn them into positive productive fuel to talk to more people about Bitcoin Cash. And when I’m done onboarding 10 new people each time, I feel great and I feel thankful to the trolls for driving me forward. I have experienced and seen first hand accounts of how Bitcoin Cash has help improved people lives. I have used Bitcoin Cash to pay people to do some work. These are people from third world countries where there is a lack of job opportunities in their own countries and they are struggling to survive each day. People use platforms like https://Read.cash/ to earn a dollar or two each day. That may not seems like much but for some of them, it is money to prevent their families from going hungry. These people cannot afford the high fees of BTC and other cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin Cash is fast, cheap, reliable peer to peer unstoppable money for the world. I know exactly why I am here in the Bitcoin Cash community. I don’t care how tough this journey is but if something is worth doing, it’s worth even if the odds are not in our favour. I won’t give up and I know I am not alone.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on September 3, 2020 07:57:32

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/ilrzrv/trolls_infestation/

Recently, there has been a surge of trolls infestation into rbtc and so, I wanted to write a little bit about this issue, especially for the newcomers. We all know that a global peer to peer monetary system like Bitcoin Cash is a threat to the traditional banking and financial sector. Each day they could delay their demise, they would. If your bank is earning billions of dollars in fees everyday, wouldn’t you mind spending a million or two to cause problems to something that threatens your survival? It’s common sense. So people like me don’t get angry when I see trolls in rbtc because I know what they want and I know why they are here. And they are confirmation that Bitcoin Cash is moving in the right direction. They are here to disrupt the community and disrupt the global peer to peer cash movement. Therefore, for each troll I encountered, I will onboard 10 new people into the Bitcoin Cash community. I will use the negative energy from trolls and turn them into positive productive fuel to talk to more people about Bitcoin Cash. And when I’m done onboarding 10 new people each time, I feel great and I feel thankful to the trolls for driving me forward. I have experienced and seen first hand accounts of how Bitcoin Cash has help improved people lives. I have used Bitcoin Cash to pay people to do some work. These are people from third world countries where there is a lack of job opportunities in their own countries and they are struggling to survive each day. People use platforms like https://Read.cash/ to earn a dollar or two each day. That may not seems like much but for some of them, it is money to prevent their families from going hungry. These people cannot afford the high fees of BTC and other cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin Cash is fast, cheap, reliable peer to peer unstoppable money for the world. I know exactly why I am here in the Bitcoin Cash community. I don’t care how tough this journey is but if something is worth doing, it’s worth even if the odds are not in our favour. I won’t give up and I know I am not alone.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on September 3, 2020 07:57:20

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/i1e2ra/how_to_be_albert_einstein/

I came across this video today and I thought there are some interesting stuff in it and I wanted to share them. In a way, it indirectly pays tribute to the amazingly intellectual folks in the Bitcoin Cash community who had selflessly collaborated and shared ideas and do things like Albert Einstein would. We can see such efforts in things like CashFusion and Jonathan Toomin's DAA proposal. > So science probably more than a lot of jobs really depends on strong personal friendships among people. > Sometimes this idea isn't located in either person's head, but it's kind of floating in the space between them and each person is kind of contributing to it. > The idea is growing and growing and growing. > Einstein for one loved it. > He reveled in this kind of intellectual play. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhhEDAE-a2E&t=6m > Einstein was absolutely brilliant at seeing that different theories that people were working on could come together into a wonderful coherent whole. > Even he admitted he wasn't particularly great at the mathematics and he had other people that assisted him with actually formalizing the mathematics of how gravity could work. > So Albert Einstein himself would have said that he was brilliant in collaboration, that he actually pulled lots of things together. > He wasn't just a lone person pulling stuff out of his head from first principles just by magic. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhhEDAE-a2E&t=7m7s

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on July 31, 2020 15:40:54

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/i1e2k8/how_to_be_albert_einstein/

I came across this video today and I thought there are some interesting stuff in it and I wanted to share them. In a way, it indirectly pays tribute to the amazingly intellectual folks in the Bitcoin Cash community who had selflessly collaborated and shared ideas and do things like Albert Einstein would. We can see such efforts in things like CashFusion and Jonathan Toomin's DAA proposal. > So science probably more than a lot of jobs really depends on strong personal friendships among people. > Sometimes this idea isn't located in either person's head, but it's kind of floating in the space between them and each person is kind of contributing to it. > The idea is growing and growing and growing. > Einstein for one loved it. > He reveled in this kind of intellectual play. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhhEDAE-a2E&t=6m > Einstein was absolutely brilliant at seeing that different theories that people were working on could come together into a wonderful coherent whole. > Even he admitted he wasn't particularly great at the mathematics and he had other people that assisted him with actually formalizing the mathematics of how gravity could work. > So Albert Einstein himself would have said that he was brilliant in collaboration, that he actually pulled lots of things together. > He wasn't just a lone person pulling stuff out of his head from first principles just by magic. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhhEDAE-a2E&t=7m7s

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on July 31, 2020 15:40:37

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/hdj6lt/first_step_to_collaboration_dont_be_so_defensive/

For the last few months, I had been actively and deliberately avoiding participating in the ABC/BCHN/BU communication channels. I did that because I find it difficult to separate facts from assumptions/fictions/opinions. I did not want to allow those things to cloud my personal judgment. Please allow me to say a few things that may seem super obvious. Collaboration is better than conflicts. I highly recommend people to watch this video on the findings from their experiments. https://www.ted.com/talks/jim_tamm_first_step_to_collaboration_don_t_be_so_defensive There are actually many other studies backing up the same claim. Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/adigaskell/2017/06/22/new-study-finds-that-collaboration-drives-workplace-performance/#3ca44ff03d02 As Michael Jordan, “the greatest basketball player of all time,” once said, “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.” I don’t know about you, but I plan to win championships. I have absolutely no conflicts with Amaury nor Bitcoin ABC. As a matter of fact, I even offered to help Bitcoin ABC build up their goodwill in the ecosystem, and I specifically said I don’t need to be paid. Because the moment I get paid by Bitcoin ABC, it becomes harder to defend one’s position. This was before the creation of BCHN. Once BCHN happened, I sense that things won’t be pretty. The reason is very simple. There are multiple levels of anger. For a group of people to band together for the same cause, I would argue that level of anger must be pretty high up the charts. And usually it comes with good reasons. Now, it is not that Amaury is a bad person. It is just that he lacks certain skills to work collaboratively. 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 if a fish is being asked to run a marathon, it will finish last. We have to play to our strengths and not encourage the fish to keep running marathons. And so I find it puzzling that pro-ABC people keeps on condoning or even encouraging such behaviors, because such actions ultimately harm Bitcoin ABC more than helping. As studies had shown, collaboration is the better path leading to better outcomes, higher trust, less stress, and many other benefits. And therefore, Amaury’s lack of certain skills should not be an impediment to Bitcoin ABC or Bitcoin Cash. We have some flaws, that’s normal and we should do something about it, we are not immovable trees. I would like to suggest that both Bitcoin ABC and BCHN limit the rhetoric and discuss individual issues based on their merits. Issue XYZ is good or bad? Here are the facts why it’s good. Here are the evidence why it’s bad. There is no need to be emotional or defensive about it. This is how collaborative people work productively together. It may take some effort, but it’s worth it because the collective intelligence of the community just went up by such constructive discussions.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on June 21, 2020 22:02:09

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/hdj6ic/first_step_to_collaboration_dont_be_so_defensive/

For the last few months, I had been actively and deliberately avoiding participating in the ABC/BCHN/BU communication channels. I did that because I find it difficult to separate facts from assumptions/fictions/opinions. I did not want to allow those things to cloud my personal judgment. Please allow me to say a few things that may seem super obvious. Collaboration is better than conflicts. I highly recommend people to watch this video on the findings from their experiments. https://www.ted.com/talks/jim_tamm_first_step_to_collaboration_don_t_be_so_defensive There are actually many other studies backing up the same claim. Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/adigaskell/2017/06/22/new-study-finds-that-collaboration-drives-workplace-performance/#3ca44ff03d02 As Michael Jordan, “the greatest basketball player of all time,” once said, “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.” I don’t know about you, but I plan to win championships. I have absolutely no conflicts with Amaury nor Bitcoin ABC. As a matter of fact, I even offered to help Bitcoin ABC build up their goodwill in the ecosystem, and I specifically said I don’t need to be paid. Because the moment I get paid by Bitcoin ABC, it becomes harder to defend one’s position. This was before the creation of BCHN. Once BCHN happened, I sense that things won’t be pretty. The reason is very simple. There are multiple levels of anger. For a group of people to band together for the same cause, I would argue that level of anger must be pretty high up the charts. And usually it comes with good reasons. Now, it is not that Amaury is a bad person. It is just that he lacks certain skills to work collaboratively. 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 if a fish is being asked to run a marathon, it will finish last. We have to play to our strengths and not encourage the fish to keep running marathons. And so I find it puzzling that pro-ABC people keeps on condoning or even encouraging such behaviors, because such actions ultimately harm Bitcoin ABC more than helping. As studies had shown, collaboration is the better path leading to better outcomes, higher trust, less stress, and many other benefits. And therefore, Amaury’s lack of certain skills should not be an impediment to Bitcoin ABC or Bitcoin Cash. We have some flaws, that’s normal and we should do something about it, we are not immovable trees. I would like to suggest that both Bitcoin ABC and BCHN limit the rhetoric and discuss individual issues based on their merits. Issue XYZ is good or bad? Here are the facts why it’s good. Here are the evidence why it’s bad. There is no need to be emotional or defensive about it. This is how collaborative people work productively together. It may take some effort, but it’s worth it because the collective intelligence of the community just went up by such constructive discussions.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on June 21, 2020 22:01:59

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/h8erjh/this_is_why_i_am_in_bitcoin_cash/

I am not sure if you had been following the news but Lebanon is having some serious crisis right now. Their currency had lost over 75% purchasing power within weeks. Capital controls are in placed to prevent depositors from withdrawing their own money from the banks. Adding to that misery, the government is planning to steal a percentage of the depositors money. This is theft on a national scale. If you think your money in the bank belongs to you, just ask the Lebanons now if they feel the same way. So you may think Lebanon is the exception, let me assure you that this is absolutely not true at all. The American government is robbing the country as we speak, to the tune of $4.3 trillion dollars in bailouts, at the expense from ordinary taxpayers like you and me. Yes, you heard it right, it is $4.3 trillion dollars and not billion dollars. The American government is the biggest looter during this crisis. Source: https://prospect.org/coronavirus/unsanitized-bailouts-tradition-unlike-any-other/ So you may think Lebanon and America are the exceptions, let me assure you that this is absolutely not true at all. Back in 2013, Cyprus stole up to 15% of the bank depositors money to fund the country deficits (mismanagement and corruption by the politicians). So you may think Lebanon, America, and Cyprus are the exceptions, let me assure you that this is absolutely not true at all. Back in 2011, Greece stole up to 50% of the bank depositors money to fund the country deficits (mismanagement and corruption by the politicians). Did I ever tell you what happened in China or Germany or Yugoslavia or Venezuela or Zimbabwe? The good people in these countries have experienced their entire savings became worthless overnight due to hyperinflation. And there is absolutely nothing they can do about it (until now that is). One of the most dangerous thing you can say to yourself is, it won’t happen in my country. It absolutely can and given enough time, it absolutely will. And if you are not angry at someone else stealing your hard earned dollars from you, I am. That is why I am in Bitcoin Cash for the long run. Capital controls? Not my problem. Hyperinflation? Not my problem. Bailin and Bailouts? Not my problem. Government robbing depositors money? Not my problem. Rioting and looting from citizens realizing they had been robbed by the government? No problem, I can leave to another country and start life afresh. Because with Bitcoin Cash, it is an international currency and you and only you, has full control over your own money.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on June 13, 2020 16:09:29

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/h8erdg/this_is_why_i_am_in_bitcoin_cash/

I am not sure if you had been following the news but Lebanon is having some serious crisis right now. Their currency had lost over 75% purchasing power within weeks. Capital controls are in placed to prevent depositors from withdrawing their own money from the banks. Adding to that misery, the government is planning to steal a percentage of the depositors money. This is theft on a national scale. If you think your money in the bank belongs to you, just ask the Lebanons now if they feel the same way. So you may think Lebanon is the exception, let me assure you that this is absolutely not true at all. The American government is robbing the country as we speak, to the tune of $4.3 trillion dollars in bailouts, at the expense from ordinary taxpayers like you and me. Yes, you heard it right, it is $4.3 trillion dollars and not billion dollars. The American government is the biggest looter during this crisis. Source: https://prospect.org/coronavirus/unsanitized-bailouts-tradition-unlike-any-other/ So you may think Lebanon and America are the exceptions, let me assure you that this is absolutely not true at all. Back in 2013, Cyprus stole up to 15% of the bank depositors money to fund the country deficits (mismanagement and corruption by the politicians). So you may think Lebanon, America, and Cyprus are the exceptions, let me assure you that this is absolutely not true at all. Back in 2011, Greece stole up to 50% of the bank depositors money to fund the country deficits (mismanagement and corruption by the politicians). Did I ever tell you what happened in China or Germany or Yugoslavia or Venezuela or Zimbabwe? The good people in these countries have experienced their entire savings became worthless overnight due to hyperinflation. And there is absolutely nothing they can do about it (until now that is). One of the most dangerous thing you can say to yourself is, it won’t happen in my country. It absolutely can and given enough time, it absolutely will. And if you are not angry at someone else stealing your hard earned dollars from you, I am. That is why I am in Bitcoin Cash for the long run. Capital controls? Not my problem. Hyperinflation? Not my problem. Bailin and Bailouts? Not my problem. Government robbing depositors money? Not my problem. Rioting and looting from citizens realizing they had been robbed by the government? No problem, I can leave to another country and start life afresh. Because with Bitcoin Cash, it is an international currency and you and only you, has full control over your own money.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on June 13, 2020 16:09:16

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/gouwj7/community_governance/

In life, one of the best ways to learn something is to observe what the best in those fields are doing. If they are the best in their fields, then they must be doing something right to get to that point. When it comes to governance, I think Singapore has done amazingly well. The country has seen prosperity and stability for years and for a tiny country with no natural resources, being one of the wealthiest countries in the world is no small achievement. It is no coincidence that Vitalik Buterin, Arthur Hayes, and many well-known celebrities made their home in this tiny country. So how did a tiny country attracts such talents? I would argue that one of the main attractions is peace and stability. It doesn’t matter how much money you have, if you have to constantly fear for your life or wake up to hostility, I doubt you will want to stay very long. Would a peaceful and stable environment attract talents? I think the answer is an absolute yes. The next question becomes, what kind of governance lead to such results? The short answer is meritocracy and let me explain why that makes logical sense. The human population follows a bell curve and that means most people are average folks. I will apologize upfront because what I will say may start to offend people, which wasn’t my intention. But average folks make average decisions. And experiments had shown that most humans tend to think they are above average, which mathematically speaking, is impossible. That leads to the conclusion that if we allow the majority to make decisions, then we will arrive at average or below average results (Dunning–Kruger effect). So how can we arrive at above average results? Meritocracy means that people rise to the top based on their merits. And then decisions will be made by these people (with track records) will tend to have better outcomes. I am not saying that their decisions will be perfect, but in terms of probabilities, simply by merits of their previous track record, they are provably better decision makers. I believe Bitcoin Cash could do better with such a decision making model, specifically having a group of people whom are known to have some sort of meritorious track record and an agreement where such a majority agrees on something, all stakeholders will do their best to execute on it. I hope the community may explore such an idea.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on May 22, 2020 20:05:44

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/gouwcb/community_governance/

In life, one of the best ways to learn something is to observe what the best in those fields are doing. If they are the best in their fields, then they must be doing something right to get to that point. When it comes to governance, I think Singapore has done amazingly well. The country has seen prosperity and stability for years and for a tiny country with no natural resources, being one of the wealthiest countries in the world is no small achievement. It is no coincidence that Vitalik Buterin, Arthur Hayes, and many well-known celebrities made their home in this tiny country. So how did a tiny country attracts such talents? I would argue that one of the main attractions is peace and stability. It doesn’t matter how much money you have, if you have to constantly fear for your life or wake up to hostility, I doubt you will want to stay very long. Would a peaceful and stable environment attract talents? I think the answer is an absolute yes. The next question becomes, what kind of governance lead to such results? The short answer is meritocracy and let me explain why that makes logical sense. The human population follows a bell curve and that means most people are average folks. I will apologize upfront because what I will say may start to offend people, which wasn’t my intention. But average folks make average decisions. And experiments had shown that most humans tend to think they are above average, which mathematically speaking, is impossible. That leads to the conclusion that if we allow the majority to make decisions, then we will arrive at average or below average results (Dunning–Kruger effect). So how can we arrive at above average results? Meritocracy means that people rise to the top based on their merits. And then decisions will be made by these people (with track records) will tend to have better outcomes. I am not saying that their decisions will be perfect, but in terms of probabilities, simply by merits of their previous track record, they are provably better decision makers. I believe Bitcoin Cash could do better with such a decision making model, specifically having a group of people whom are known to have some sort of meritorious track record and an agreement where such a majority agrees on something, all stakeholders will do their best to execute on it. I hope the community may explore such an idea.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on May 22, 2020 20:05:27

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/gjtxe1/anyhedgecom_bitcoin_cash_defi_open_source/

Today I wanted to write about AnyHedge because it starts a new chapter in Bitcoin Cash history. For the first time since the creation of Bitcoin in 2009, it is possible to hedge or long prices of any asset, such as gold prices, housing markets, Tesla stock price, oil prices, mining hashrate prices, etc directly on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain. AnyHedge is open source and the goal is to bring in as much economic activity to the Bitcoin Cash blockchain as possible. I believe these economic activity can have a massive impact on the demand of Bitcoin Cash and leads to real world usage by financial markets currently outside of the crypto ecosystem. However, blockchain development work is highly complex and requires very specialized skillset. And that’s why the team behind AnyHedge is building the open source infrastructure to make it easy so that even an idiot programmer can do it. And when it is super easy for developers to do it, then we empower them to create more value directly on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain, which in turn brings even more users and demand to the Bitcoin Cash blockchain. There is no doubt that Bitcoin Cash will overtake BTC eventually. The time to accumulate Bitcoin Cash is today. The future of Bitcoin Cash is very exciting and I think it makes sense to thank the people who made AnyHedge possible. These people are emergent_reasons, Jonathan Silverblood, im_uname, Marc De Mesel, and Molecular. If even one of them is removed, I am not even sure AnyHedge would be where it is today. It is also super amazing to have talented people like Rosco Kalis and Marcel to reinforce this all-stars Bitcoin Cash team. The best way to predict the future is to build it, and thanks to these people, they are building a bright future for Bitcoin Cash.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on May 14, 2020 16:06:26

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/gjtx4i/anyhedgecom_bitcoin_cash_defi_open_source/

Today I wanted to write about AnyHedge because it starts a new chapter in Bitcoin Cash history. For the first time since the creation of Bitcoin in 2009, it is possible to hedge or long prices of any asset, such as gold prices, housing markets, Tesla stock price, oil prices, mining hashrate prices, etc directly on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain. AnyHedge is open source and the goal is to bring in as much economic activity to the Bitcoin Cash blockchain as possible. I believe these economic activity can have a massive impact on the demand of Bitcoin Cash and leads to real world usage by financial markets currently outside of the crypto ecosystem. However, blockchain development work is highly complex and requires very specialized skillset. And that’s why the team behind AnyHedge is building the open source infrastructure to make it easy so that even an idiot programmer can do it. And when it is super easy for developers to do it, then we empower them to create more value directly on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain, which in turn brings even more users and demand to the Bitcoin Cash blockchain. There is no doubt that Bitcoin Cash will overtake BTC eventually. The time to accumulate Bitcoin Cash is today. The future of Bitcoin Cash is very exciting and I think it makes sense to thank the people who made AnyHedge possible. These people are emergent_reasons, Jonathan Silverblood, im_uname, Marc De Mesel, and Molecular. If even one of them is removed, I am not even sure AnyHedge would be where it is today. It is also super amazing to have talented people like Rosco Kalis and Marcel to reinforce this all-stars Bitcoin Cash team. The best way to predict the future is to build it, and thanks to these people, they are building a bright future for Bitcoin Cash.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on May 14, 2020 16:06:05

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/gg76xm/mycashbankcom_your_own_private_bank_in_your/

As you guys may already know, I am volunteering my time in a few Bitcoin Cash projects, one of them is MyCashBank.com. I’m helping their team because I see the value of their work on growing the adoption of Bitcoin Cash on a global scale, beyond just the walls of normal cryptocurrency users. The plan is to get normal people (Sorry, crypto users are not normal people, lol) to do regular transactions, such as remittances for foreign workers to send money back home, merchants to convert between BCH and local fiat currencies anytime on mobile phone, and more on this platform and then slowly get them used to Bitcoin Cash. I’m giving out limited invitations to people who don’t mind encountering all sorts of problems, because this platform is very new and many of the logistics need to go through real market usage. We wanted to make sure the system works for European users, people from Singapore and Australia and a few other countries. At the moment, there is lockdown going on, but once the lockdown has ended, I am hoping the platform can extend to support more than 100 countries with our partners. A public disclosure is that I had personally contributed more than 100 BCH to this project, so I truly believe it can benefit all Bitcoin Cash holders. Unfortunately, because of the regulatory risks involved with this project, the team has preferred to go dark entirely. I am forced for now, to be the face and voice of the project. If you are from Europe or Australia or Singapore and want to receive an invitation, please DM me your email address. I will send the invitation to you within a week’s time (not immediately). My only request is not to involve too much money in the transactions (no more than $100 maybe) during this Beta phase and if you encounter any problems/bugs, do feedback to me. The fees at the early stages will be high, purely because we don’t have the economies of scale yet. This can be sorted out later once the platform has reached a certain economies of scale volume.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on May 8, 2020 22:38:43

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/gg76sw/mycashbankcom_your_own_private_bank_in_your/

As you guys may already know, I am volunteering my time in a few Bitcoin Cash projects, one of them is MyCashBank.com. I’m helping their team because I see the value of their work on growing the adoption of Bitcoin Cash on a global scale, beyond just the walls of normal cryptocurrency users. The plan is to get normal people (Sorry, crypto users are not normal people, lol) to do regular transactions, such as remittances for foreign workers to send money back home, merchants to convert between BCH and local fiat currencies anytime on mobile phone, and more on this platform and then slowly get them used to Bitcoin Cash. I’m giving out limited invitations to people who don’t mind encountering all sorts of problems, because this platform is very new and many of the logistics need to go through real market usage. We wanted to make sure the system works for European users, people from Singapore and Australia and a few other countries. At the moment, there is lockdown going on, but once the lockdown has ended, I am hoping the platform can extend to support more than 100 countries with our partners. A public disclosure is that I had personally contributed more than 100 BCH to this project, so I truly believe it can benefit all Bitcoin Cash holders. Unfortunately, because of the regulatory risks involved with this project, the team has preferred to go dark entirely. I am forced for now, to be the face and voice of the project. If you are from Europe or Australia or Singapore and want to receive an invitation, please DM me your email address. I will send the invitation to you within a week’s time (not immediately). My only request is not to involve too much money in the transactions (no more than $100 maybe) during this Beta phase and if you encounter any problems/bugs, do feedback to me. The fees at the early stages will be high, purely because we don’t have the economies of scale yet. This can be sorted out later once the platform has reached a certain economies of scale volume.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on May 8, 2020 22:38:26

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/g5q4fi/get_some_lube/

I haven’t been active on social media much because I didn’t want to feel miserable from all the bad news the last few weeks. I was a recluse most of my life so the lockdown doesn’t affect me at all, but the suffering and dying of the people did. I was feeling very miserable for a few weeks until I stopped reading the news and took health supplements. But I didn’t write today to share with you my misery, but rather, how we could do something to make change. I got busy working on Bitcoin Cash stuff and it gave me a sense of purpose. It also gave me a sense of hope, hope that the future will be better off with a new financial system. Governments everywhere is printing massive amount of money for stimulus programs and sad to say, the majority of these money is going to the wealthy and connected people. The poor working class are given scraps and very screwed, hence the title “Get Some Lube”. The people just don’t know it yet until inflation arrives later, the lube would come in quite handy as the working class gets screwed. Governments tell you that there is not enough money for healthcare coverage, or free education, or housing but when it is time to give trillions of dollars to bailout their wealthy buddies, they can. Don’t listen to their words, just look at their actions. It was never about the lack of money. What can we do? We can choose to exit the rigged financial system and start using a better form of money that governments can’t print unlimited of and give to their buddies. For now, this means using and spending Bitcoin Cash whenever the opportunity comes up. Bitcoin Cash is a peaceful way of protesting and saying, “Enough is enough. We want change.”

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on April 21, 2020 19:22:27

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/g5q4cp/get_some_lube/

I haven’t been active on social media much because I didn’t want to feel miserable from all the bad news the last few weeks. I was a recluse most of my life so the lockdown doesn’t affect me at all, but the suffering and dying of the people did. I was feeling very miserable for a few weeks until I stopped reading the news and took health supplements. But I didn’t write today to share with you my misery, but rather, how we could do something to make change. I got busy working on Bitcoin Cash stuff and it gave me a sense of purpose. It also gave me a sense of hope, hope that the future will be better off with a new financial system. Governments everywhere is printing massive amount of money for stimulus programs and sad to say, the majority of these money is going to the wealthy and connected people. The poor working class are given scraps and very screwed, hence the title “Get Some Lube”. The people just don’t know it yet until inflation arrives later, the lube would come in quite handy as the working class gets screwed. Governments tell you that there is not enough money for healthcare coverage, or free education, or housing but when it is time to give trillions of dollars to bailout their wealthy buddies, they can. Don’t listen to their words, just look at their actions. It was never about the lack of money. What can we do? We can choose to exit the rigged financial system and start using a better form of money that governments can’t print unlimited of and give to their buddies. For now, this means using and spending Bitcoin Cash whenever the opportunity comes up. Bitcoin Cash is a peaceful way of protesting and saying, “Enough is enough. We want change.”

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on April 21, 2020 19:22:20

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/f7kur9/in_crisis_there_is_opportunity/

I hope by writing this, it will be somewhat helpful to the Bitcoin Cash community. The IFP, for good or bad, for anyone observing closely, is telling us so many things. There is a saying in Chinese, “In crisis, there are opportunities.” And indeed, during this IFP crisis, there are so many opportunities. I have always thought of Bitcoin Cash as the people’s money and during this crisis, I was not disappointed. The people are willing to band together and resist when they feel Bitcoin Cash is moving in a different direction than what they expected. You don’t have this in BTC because BTC is entirely centralized by Blockstream. This incident is a great opportunity to show the world that Bitcoin Cash is as decentralized as can be compared to other cryptocurrencies. Even better, the passion from the Bitcoin Cash community has been overwhelming. This is a great signal for a cryptocurrency, particularly because the value of a cryptocurrency is strongly driven by its community. I think there is saying in tech startup like, “It’s better to have 100 loyal customers than 1000 ordinary customers.” During crisis, there are opportunities and during this month, we can see some people stepping up and taking responsibilities to fix the crisis. That is super amazing. It means people care about Bitcoin Cash more than we think. What you want in times of crisis are leaders who would think, “Ok, although I didn’t cause this problem, but I am taking responsibility to fix it anyway”. These are the type of things that highly productive people do and it’s great to have them in the Bitcoin Cash community. At the same time, there were some things that I should have said earlier, but I didn’t. Before the situation even escalated to the IFP, I knew ABC needed funding and I suggested to Amaury that he doesn’t need to pay me anything, I can voluntarily help find a VC for them to solve their financial situation. However, the VC would likely expect some things in return. Amaury told me that by doing that, ABC would be no different from Blockstream and he doesn’t want to go down that route. I do not think Amaury is a bad person, just like I would like to think that Peter Rizun and Andrew Stone are decent folks as well. Jonald is also a great person. Actually, there are lots of good talented people in the Bitcoin Cash ecosystem, which was what attracted me to Bitcoin Cash in the first place. 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 against someone else in the heat of the moment. For an outsider, such false accusations won’t just look bad on both parties, but it also looks bad on Bitcoin Cash in general. There are actually many positives one can take from the IFP incident if one care to look closely. They could see that the Chinese miners are willing to take drastic actions (not just empty words), if necessary, for the long term benefit of Bitcoin Cash. In hindsight, it is very easy for others to point fingers at them. Given that these Chinese miners with ABC's help made Bitcoin Cash happened (without them, we may not even be here today), them miners funded the infrastructure since 2017 (3 years now), invested millions into Bitcoin Cash, I would really prefer not to be so harsh on them. Unfortunately, the IFP incident reminds me of the BCH/BSV fork where people once on the same team started turning against each other aggressively. I really hope we can be more tolerant and remain united after the incident has passed. It is also obvious to me that there are paid trolls and saboteurs trying to divide us and encouraged us to fight internally against each other, let’s not fall into their trap. In crisis, there are opportunities. Will you use this opportunity to learn something or step up? That is a question we all may think about.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on February 21, 2020 19:47:08

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/f7kuq2/in_crisis_there_is_opportunity/

I hope by writing this, it will be somewhat helpful to the Bitcoin Cash community. The IFP, for good or bad, for anyone observing closely, is telling us so many things. There is a saying in Chinese, “In crisis, there are opportunities.” And indeed, during this IFP crisis, there are so many opportunities. I have always thought of Bitcoin Cash as the people’s money and during this crisis, I was not disappointed. The people are willing to band together and resist when they feel Bitcoin Cash is moving in a different direction than what they expected. You don’t have this in BTC because BTC is entirely centralized by Blockstream. This incident is a great opportunity to show the world that Bitcoin Cash is as decentralized as can be compared to other cryptocurrencies. Even better, the passion from the Bitcoin Cash community has been overwhelming. This is a great signal for a cryptocurrency, particularly because the value of a cryptocurrency is strongly driven by its community. I think there is saying in tech startup like, “It’s better to have 100 loyal customers than 1000 ordinary customers.” During crisis, there are opportunities and during this month, we can see some people stepping up and taking responsibilities to fix the crisis. That is super amazing. It means people care about Bitcoin Cash more than we think. What you want in times of crisis are leaders who would think, “Ok, although I didn’t cause this problem, but I am taking responsibility to fix it anyway”. These are the type of things that highly productive people do and it’s great to have them in the Bitcoin Cash community. At the same time, there were some things that I should have said earlier, but I didn’t. Before the situation even escalated to the IFP, I knew ABC needed funding and I suggested to Amaury that he doesn’t need to pay me anything, I can voluntarily help find a VC for them to solve their financial situation. However, the VC would likely expect some things in return. Amaury told me that by doing that, ABC would be no different from Blockstream and he doesn’t want to go down that route. I do not think Amaury is a bad person, just like I would like to think that Peter Rizun and Andrew Stone are decent folks as well. Jonald is also a great person. Actually, there are lots of good talented people in the Bitcoin Cash ecosystem, which was what attracted me to Bitcoin Cash in the first place. 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 against someone else in the heat of the moment. For an outsider, such false accusations won’t just look bad on both parties, but it also looks bad on Bitcoin Cash in general. There are actually many positives one can take from the IFP incident if one care to look closely. They could see that the Chinese miners are willing to take drastic actions (not just empty words), if necessary, for the long term benefit of Bitcoin Cash. In hindsight, it is very easy for others to point fingers at them. Given that these Chinese miners with ABC's help made Bitcoin Cash happened (without them, we may not even be here today), them miners funded the infrastructure since 2017 (3 years now), invested millions into Bitcoin Cash, I would really prefer not to be so harsh on them. Unfortunately, the IFP incident reminds me of the BCH/BSV fork where people once on the same team started turning against each other aggressively. I really hope we can be more tolerant and remain united after the incident has passed. It is also obvious to me that there are paid trolls and saboteurs trying to divide us and encouraged us to fight internally against each other, let’s not fall into their trap. In crisis, there are opportunities. Will you use this opportunity to learn something or step up? That is a question we all may think about.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on February 21, 2020 19:47:03

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/en871w/one_of_my_most_disappointing_week_in_bitcoin_cash/

The other day, I have this question. Are the things people said about Amaury true? Are the things people said about Bitcoin.com and Roger Ver true? And the only way for me to know is don't trust, verify. And that was what I did. And along the way, I hope ABC and Bitcoin.com could show a united front, because that would be an amazing instil of confidence on Bitcoin Cash to the outside investors. I personally know some whales who left Bitcoin Cash because of these uncertainties, in case anyone is wondering why Bitcoin Cash is only at 3% of BTC. It is nobody else fault but our own. We have a choice. We can fix the problem proactively so that BCH overtakes BTC, or we can ignore the problem and hope it goes away on its own. Now, I do have some positives to share at the end of this post. During my own research and interactions between many different parties, in a quest to answer my question. I realize that I never have a problem with Amaury, not even once. Any interactions had always been positive, open, honest, and most importantly, on the basis of reason and logic. Plus he had a really good track record of decision making so if someone has such a track record, it usually makes sense to listen from their point of view. I feel with the right data and information in front of him, Amaury strikes me as a person who is willing to change his mind when he sees that. Gradually, I can only say I have plenty of respect for this guy. My interactions with Roger, on the other hand, had been underwhelming. I don't sense open honest communication. It was a complete disappointment. I am a person of reciprocity. If the other person is good to me, then obviously I am good in return. If I sense there was no open honest communication on the other side, then it would be difficult for me to do the same. Now if the other person talks to me as if I am an idiot... obviously that is not good. So it turns out that when people said Roger doesn't listen, it is true, even with facts in front of him. And I am very worried about these sort of behaviors where one would rather win an argument than acknowledging a mistake (even with facts in front of him). And the reason is because the first step to rectifying any mistake or bad behaviors, is to first acknowledge it, because if you deny something is a problem, then you would not even want to fix it because you don't see it as a problem. Initially, I was extremely upset and I wanted to leave the Bitcoin Cash community because I realize there is no way for me to fix this problem. I had been pretty consistent and I remember telling some people the same thing that, when I see a problem, I want to fix it. I don't like knowing there is a problem, and then waiting for that problem to get bigger and bigger and eventually explode on me. But then if there is a problem with no solution, then what else can I do? My options are obviously outside of Bitcoin Cash. On the other hand, I had some discussions with some BCH folks and now I am reconsidering my options. And this is the part where I get to end the post with plenty of positives things. I had interacted with many parties inside and outside of BCH, including the ETH, BSV, and previously BTC community and hands down, I can say from my personal observations that Bitcoin Cash has some of the smartest and most passionate and incredibly awesome folks in the crypto space. I can even name these awesome people right off my mind like Emergent_Reasons, im_uname, Amaury, Akane, Jonald, Jake (BeijingBitcoins), Hayden, some Bitcoin.com people, Marc De Masel (Youtuber), etc. I only have great positive things to say about these people, it's really amazing. In fact, I think words can't even describe how super awesome and supportive some of these people are and I feel so lucky to cross paths with them. And I think it is precisely because of the calibre of these awesome capable people (with their hearts in the right place) in this community that I think Bitcoin Cash has a really good shot at being global peer to peer cash for the world.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on January 11, 2020 09:43:29

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/en86zx/one_of_my_most_disappointing_week_in_bitcoin_cash/

The other day, I have this question. Are the things people said about Amaury true? Are the things people said about Bitcoin.com and Roger Ver true? And the only way for me to know is don't trust, verify. And that was what I did. And along the way, I hope ABC and Bitcoin.com could show a united front, because that would be an amazing instil of confidence on Bitcoin Cash to the outside investors. I personally know some whales who left Bitcoin Cash because of these uncertainties, in case anyone is wondering why Bitcoin Cash is only at 3% of BTC. It is nobody else fault but our own. We have a choice. We can fix the problem proactively so that BCH overtakes BTC, or we can ignore the problem and hope it goes away on its own. Now, I do have some positives to share at the end of this post. During my own research and interactions between many different parties, in a quest to answer my question. I realize that I never have a problem with Amaury, not even once. Any interactions had always been positive, open, honest, and most importantly, on the basis of reason and logic. Plus he had a really good track record of decision making so if someone has such a track record, it usually makes sense to listen from their point of view. I feel with the right data and information in front of him, Amaury strikes me as a person who is willing to change his mind when he sees that. Gradually, I can only say I have plenty of respect for this guy. My interactions with Roger, on the other hand, had been underwhelming. I don't sense open honest communication. It was a complete disappointment. I am a person of reciprocity. If the other person is good to me, then obviously I am good in return. If I sense there was no open honest communication on the other side, then it would be difficult for me to do the same. Now if the other person talks to me as if I am an idiot... obviously that is not good. So it turns out that when people said Roger doesn't listen, it is true, even with facts in front of him. And I am very worried about these sort of behaviors where one would rather win an argument than acknowledging a mistake (even with facts in front of him). And the reason is because the first step to rectifying any mistake or bad behaviors, is to first acknowledge it, because if you deny something is a problem, then you would not even want to fix it because you don't see it as a problem. Initially, I was extremely upset and I wanted to leave the Bitcoin Cash community because I realize there is no way for me to fix this problem. I had been pretty consistent and I remember telling some people the same thing that, when I see a problem, I want to fix it. I don't like knowing there is a problem, and then waiting for that problem to get bigger and bigger and eventually explode on me. But then if there is a problem with no solution, then what else can I do? My options are obviously outside of Bitcoin Cash. On the other hand, I had some discussions with some BCH folks and now I am reconsidering my options. And this is the part where I get to end the post with plenty of positives things. I had interacted with many parties inside and outside of BCH, including the ETH, BSV, and previously BTC community and hands down, I can say from my personal observations that Bitcoin Cash has some of the smartest and most passionate and incredibly awesome folks in the crypto space. I can even name these awesome people right off my mind like Emergent_Reasons, im_uname, Amaury, Akane, Jonald, Jake (BeijingBitcoins), Hayden, some Bitcoin.com people, Marc De Masel (Youtuber), etc. I only have great positive things to say about these people, it's really amazing. In fact, I think words can't even describe how super awesome and supportive some of these people are and I feel so lucky to cross paths with them. And I think it is precisely because of the calibre of these awesome capable people (with their hearts in the right place) in this community that I think Bitcoin Cash has a really good shot at being global peer to peer cash for the world.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on January 11, 2020 09:43:22

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/ekykl9/bitcoin_cash_the_peer_to_peer_electronic_cash/

TLDR: Bitcoin Cash, the peer to peer electronic cash system, shifts the dynamics of power from the elites back to the people. This is a threat to the survivability of the banks and regimes seeking to control the masses through the financial system. And there are many direct and indirect evidence (outlined below) of such bad actors trying to sabotage the peer to peer cash revolution through various means. We need your help to stand up against such saboteurs. Unity is our strength when we have to make a righteous stand against the toxic bullies and shifts the power from the elites back into the people hands. Just by speaking up and spreading awareness on this, and refusing to stay silent about it, you’re making a difference, and for that, I thank you. This is going to be a very long post, please bear with me. And it’s a very long post precisely because the bad actors had tried so many different things to sabotage the peer to peer cash project throughout the years. - For people who are new, please note that this is what Bitcoin Cash is up against. Someone has been constantly funding propaganda and sockpuppets and misinformation campaigns against Bitcoin Cash everyday for the whole of the last 2 years. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/ejl25s/rbtc_is_being_targeted_and_attacked_yet_again/ - There is consistent trolls/harassments/smear campaigns against Bitcoin Cash the last 2 years. Who is funding all these propaganda campaigns? Apparently, one of the accounts funding it is a “Golden Employer” with over 100,000 tasks paid. That’s a really big number even if you spread it over 10 years. Source: https://i.imgur.com/094kqV7.png - In 2013, Peter Todd was paid off by a government intelligence agent to create RBF, create a propaganda video, and cripple the BTC code. Source: https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@adambalm/in-2013-peter-todd-was-paid-off-by-a-government-intelligence-agent-to-create-rbf-create-a-propaganda-video-and-cripple-the-btc - Blockstream kicking Gavin, the lead Bitcoin developer, out of Bitcoin development, successfully hijacked control over the Bitcoin github. - Mike Hearn and Gavin wanted to prevent Bitcoin from being hijacked, so they created a fork. That fork didn't survived after they were heavily DDOS. Mike Hearn was heavily character assassinated by what I believe to be orchestrated paid campaigns by Blockstream. And of course, now that Mike Hearn is gone, the character assassination campaigns are directed at Bitcoin Cash main supporters like Roger Ver. Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/8lozww/how_bitcoin_btc_was_hijacked_and_why_bitcoin_cash/ - Blockstream not honoring the Hong Kong agreement and the New York agreement they signed. - Blockstream doesn't want Bitcoin to compete with the banks. Their aim is to make Bitcoin unusable with no long term future. Source: https://www.trustnodes.com/2017/12/22/gregory-maxwell-celebrates-high-fees-300000-stuck-transactions - Samson Mow admitting in an interview that Blockstream is out for profit (in other words, the BTC holders will be milked as their cash cows, BTC miners will be driven out with Lightning Network taking its place) Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFOmUm-_DMQ The false flag attacks where they claimed Bitcoin Cash was hacking them (but turns out Greg Maxwell was the ones doing it) Source: https://www.trustnodes.com/2017/11/22/reddit-bitcoin-mods-gregory-maxwell-accused-false-flag-bot-attack-hacking) - Hackers targeting Bitcoin Cash users stealing their tippr funds and taking over their reddit accounts. Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/tippr/comments/7naogq/tippr_on_reddit_disabled_temporarily/ - Misinformation campaigns (BTC people registering bcash sites and subreddits, then trying to associate Bitcoin Cash as bcash to forums/websites they control) Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/8dd5ij/why_bitcoin_cash_users_reject_the_name_bcash_so/ - Censorship to brainwash newcomers with Bitcoin misinformation and propaganda. Source: https://medium.com/@johnblocke/a-brief-and-incomplete-history-of-censorship-in-r-bitcoin-c85a290fe43 - Blockstream declaring that Bitcoin is not for the poor. Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/ahzog2/reminder_bitcoin_isnt_for_people_that_live_on/ - Blockstream sabotaged Bitcoin codes by reducing its functionality such as OP Return size reduction, RBF vulnerability, 1MB blocksize, etc... so that it breaks software built on top of Bitcoin. Source (OP Return Reduction): https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/80ycim/a_few_months_after_the_counterparty_developers/ Source (Bitcoin RBF Vulnerability): https://www.ccn.com/bitcoin-atm-double-spenders-police-need-help-identifying-four-criminals/ - Blockstream and Bitcoin Core people harassing and making death/rape threats to Bitcoin Cash supporters. One of them is Paul and his family. Source: https://i.redd.it/iq2oz671gm341.png - Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency that is about censorship resistance, is run by a group of people actively using censorship to silence the voice of others. They are hypocrites. Source: https://medium.com/@johnblocke/a-brief-and-incomplete-history-of-censorship-in-r-bitcoin-c85a290fe43 Source: https://twitter.com/CollinEnstad/status/1211371811495120896 - There have been Government Sponsored attacks against Bitcoin Cash companies. Source: https://www.newsbtc.com/2019/03/04/roger-vers-bitcoin-com-is-reportedly-under-government-sponsored-attack/ - Personally, I was involved in some Bitcoin Cash projects and there had been multiple DDOS attacks and other stuff, such as flooding my inbox with few hundred thousand emails per day. I'm sure those activities are not for profit, so why are they doing it? The global banking elites control over trillion dollars in assets. They can afford to throw few million dollars each day to protect their massive business empires. If I were them, I would make the same choice. It’s a no brainer. They don’t have to win; each day they sabotage the adoption of peer to peer cash, their trillion dollars empire survive another day while the rest of the population suffers. There are actually plenty more nasty unethical things BTC bullies had done which is not covered here. Bitcoin Cash is an attempt to rescue what the bad actors had hijacked successfully, mainly the peer to peer cash revolution. And it won't be the last time the bad actors will try to find ways to sabotage this project. And we need your help. Bitcoin Cash does not care if you are black, white, Asian, male, female, American, Iranian, Chinese… We are about bringing economic freedom and financial sovereignty to the world, increasing quality of lives to everyone and putting the power back into the people hands. We are in this together. It can be really uncomfortable being ahead of the crowd in this peer to peer cash revolution, but when you have the truth at your side, all these naysayers screaming “bcash btrash” has little power over us.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on January 6, 2020 14:05:37

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/ekyisi/bitcoin_cash_the_peer_to_peer_electronic_cash/

TLDR: Bitcoin Cash, the peer to peer electronic cash system, shifts the dynamics of power from the elites back to the people. This is a threat to the survivability of the banks and regimes seeking to control the masses through the financial system. And there are many direct and indirect evidence (outlined below) of such bad actors trying to sabotage the peer to peer cash revolution through various means. We need your help to stand up against such saboteurs. Unity is our strength when we have to make a righteous stand against the toxic bullies and shifts the power from the elites back into the people hands. Just by speaking up and spreading awareness on this, and refusing to stay silent about it, you’re making a difference, and for that, I thank you. This is going to be a very long post, please bear with me. And it’s a very long post precisely because the bad actors had tried so many different things to sabotage the peer to peer cash project throughout the years. - For people who are new, please note that this is what Bitcoin Cash is up against. Someone has been constantly funding propaganda and sockpuppets and misinformation campaigns against Bitcoin Cash everyday for the whole of the last 2 years. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/ejl25s/rbtc_is_being_targeted_and_attacked_yet_again/ - There is consistent trolls/harassments/smear campaigns against Bitcoin Cash the last 2 years. Who is funding all these propaganda campaigns? Apparently, one of the accounts funding it is a “Golden Employer” with over 100,000 tasks paid. That’s a really big number even if you spread it over 10 years. Source: https://i.imgur.com/094kqV7.png - In 2013, Peter Todd was paid off by a government intelligence agent to create RBF, create a propaganda video, and cripple the BTC code. Source: https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@adambalm/in-2013-peter-todd-was-paid-off-by-a-government-intelligence-agent-to-create-rbf-create-a-propaganda-video-and-cripple-the-btc - Blockstream kicking Gavin, the lead Bitcoin developer, out of Bitcoin development, successfully hijacked control over the Bitcoin github. - Mike Hearn and Gavin wanted to prevent Bitcoin from being hijacked, so they created a fork. That fork didn't survived after they were heavily DDOS. Mike Hearn was heavily character assassinated by what I believe to be orchestrated paid campaigns by Blockstream. And of course, now that Mike Hearn is gone, the character assassination campaigns are directed at Bitcoin Cash main supporters like Roger Ver. Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/8lozww/how_bitcoin_btc_was_hijacked_and_why_bitcoin_cash/ - Blockstream not honoring the Hong Kong agreement and the New York agreement they signed. - Blockstream doesn't want Bitcoin to compete with the banks. Their aim is to make Bitcoin unusable with no long term future. Source: https://www.trustnodes.com/2017/12/22/gregory-maxwell-celebrates-high-fees-300000-stuck-transactions - Samson Mow admitting in an interview that Blockstream is out for profit (in other words, the BTC holders will be milked as their cash cows, BTC miners will be driven out with Lightning Network taking its place) Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFOmUm-_DMQ The false flag attacks where they claimed Bitcoin Cash was hacking them (but turns out Greg Maxwell was the ones doing it) Source: https://www.trustnodes.com/2017/11/22/reddit-bitcoin-mods-gregory-maxwell-accused-false-flag-bot-attack-hacking) - Hackers targeting Bitcoin Cash users stealing their tippr funds and taking over their reddit accounts. Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/tippr/comments/7naogq/tippr_on_reddit_disabled_temporarily/ - Misinformation campaigns (BTC people registering bcash sites and subreddits, then trying to associate Bitcoin Cash as bcash to forums/websites they control) Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/8dd5ij/why_bitcoin_cash_users_reject_the_name_bcash_so/ - Censorship to brainwash newcomers with Bitcoin misinformation and propaganda. Source: https://medium.com/@johnblocke/a-brief-and-incomplete-history-of-censorship-in-r-bitcoin-c85a290fe43 - Blockstream declaring that Bitcoin is not for the poor. Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/ahzog2/reminder_bitcoin_isnt_for_people_that_live_on/ - Blockstream sabotaged Bitcoin codes by reducing its functionality such as OP Return size reduction, RBF vulnerability, 1MB blocksize, etc... so that it breaks software built on top of Bitcoin. Source (OP Return Reduction): https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/80ycim/a_few_months_after_the_counterparty_developers/ Source (Bitcoin RBF Vulnerability): https://www.ccn.com/bitcoin-atm-double-spenders-police-need-help-identifying-four-criminals/ - Blockstream and Bitcoin Core people harassing and making death/rape threats to Bitcoin Cash supporters. One of them is Paul and his family. Source: https://i.redd.it/iq2oz671gm341.png - Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency that is about censorship resistant, is run by a group of people actively using censorships to silent the voice of others. They are hypocrites. Source: https://medium.com/@johnblocke/a-brief-and-incomplete-history-of-censorship-in-r-bitcoin-c85a290fe43 Source: https://twitter.com/CollinEnstad/status/1211371811495120896 - There have been Government Sponsored attacks against Bitcoin Cash companies. Source: https://www.newsbtc.com/2019/03/04/roger-vers-bitcoin-com-is-reportedly-under-government-sponsored-attack/ - Personally, I was involved in some Bitcoin Cash projects and there had been multiple DDOS attacks and other stuff, such as flooding my inbox with few hundred thousand emails per day. I'm sure those activities are not for profit, so why are they doing it? The global banking elites control over trillion dollars in assets. They can afford to throw few million dollars each day to protect their massive business empires. If I were them, I would make the same choice. It’s a no brainer. They don’t have to win; each day they sabotage the adoption of peer to peer cash, their trillion dollars empire survive another day while the rest of the population suffers. There are actually plenty more nasty unethical things BTC bullies had done which is not covered here. Bitcoin Cash is an attempt to rescue what the bad actors had hijacked successfully, mainly the peer to peer cash revolution. And it won't be the last time the bad actors will try to find ways to sabotage this project. And we need your help. Bitcoin Cash does not care if you are black, white, Asian, male, female, American, Iranian, Chinese… We are about bringing economic freedom and financial sovereignty to the world, increasing quality of lives to everyone and putting the power back into the people hands. We are in this together. It can be really uncomfortable being ahead of the crowd in this peer to peer cash revolution, but when you have the truth at your side, all these naysayers screaming “bcash btrash” has little power over us.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on January 6, 2020 14:02:01

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/ed7zgy/benefits_of_bitcoin_cash_some_advice_please/

I'm preparing some educational materials so that I can go teach students in schools about Bitcoin Cash. Feel free to proofread the following points and if I missed out something, do let me know. Or if I made some mistake somewhere. Or if I should reword some statements differently. Thanks for all the help in advance! Benefits of Bitcoin Cash for Everyone - For the first time in human history, Bitcoin Cash allows you to be in full control of your own money. - Send or receive any amount of money, to anyone, anywhere, instantly and almost for free using Bitcoin Cash. No lengthy bank forms to fill in and no private information required from both the sender and recipient. - Bitcoin Cash protects you from inflation and hyperinflation. - Bitcoin Cash is peer to peer money that cannot be frozen by the banks nor the government. - Bitcoin Cash is global money with more than 2,651,820 merchants accepting it. You can pay for your hotels, air tickets, food/drinks, groceries, nightlife, and more with Bitcoin Cash today. - Bitcoin Cash enables a more connected world where people from one country can hire people from another country, resulting in an economy where both parties are better off. - Bitcoin Cash enables micro transactions so you can write articles or create video contents and earn money immediately by people who like your work. - Bitcoin Cash payments, with CashShuffle and CashFusion, are private Internet money. This means you can send/receive money with anyone privately without having to give out your private information, useful in situations when you want to donate money to an organization without risk being implicated in the process. - Bitcoin Cash connects the billions of unbanked people, with valuable talents and expertise, to the global economy, creating millions of new job opportunities and increasing economic growth for the entire world. - Insurance against another global financial crisis. - Banks can shut down and disappear along with the depositors money but Bitcoin Cash has a perfect track record of being online 24 hours a day, every single day, and had been doing so since 2009. - New bank regulations with regards to bail-ins and bail-outs means the banks can confiscate depositors funds legally and anytime during a financial crisis and there is no recourse for you. - Bitcoin Cash is an insurance against corrupted governments. Given a long enough time, eventually a group of corrupted politicians will win the election and take control over the country to enrich themselves. Bitcoin Cash gives you the freedom to move your wealth anywhere and relocate anytime to a safer haven. - Unlike fiat money, Bitcoin Cash cannot be counterfeited, so there is zero chance of you holding fake money. - If you were aware of the protests currently going on in Hong Kong, India, Iran, Chile, Bolivia, and other countries, you have to wonder how a minority government could suppress and control millions of citizens. Turns out if you have an unlimited money printing machine, you could control the entire nation. You could use it to pay for the police and military to beat up the civilians. You could use it to bribe the politicians to look the other way. You could use it to pay for propaganda campaigns. You could use it to invest in companies to prevent them from speaking up. When you remove their unlimited money printing machine, you also reduce their ability to suppress and control the people. Suddenly, the power shifts back into the people’s hands because nobody can print more Bitcoin Cash. Bitcoin Cash’s supply is fixed and there will only be 21 million Bitcoin Cash ever. - Bitcoin Cash allows you to bypass censorships because it is unstoppable peer to peer money. Benefits of Bitcoin Cash for Merchants - Zero chargebacks. - No more worries about credit card frauds. - No more worries about centralized payment systems such as PayPal freezing or stealing your money like what had happened to thousands of PayPal users. - Bitcoin Cash transactions are instant and safe because it does not have the RBF security vulnerability like Bitcoin Core. - No payment processing fee. 100% of the amount goes directly from the customer to the merchant. - Super easy to get started. Just install the Bitcoin.com Wallet and the Bitcoin Cash Register app and you can start accepting Bitcoin Cash payments within minutes. - Bitcoin Cash does not stigmatize or treat any businesses differently. If you run an organization that banks or governments may not like, you risk having your funds being confiscated anytime like what happened to the funds donated to help Hong Kong Protestors. Bitcoin Cash cannot be taken away by the banks nor the government without your permission.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on December 20, 2019 04:35:27

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/ed7z4t/benefits_of_bitcoin_cash_some_advice_please/

I'm preparing some educational materials so that I can go teach students in schools about Bitcoin Cash. Feel free to proofread the following points and if I missed out something, do let me know. Or if I made some mistake somewhere. Or if I should reword some statements differently. Thanks for all the help in advance! Benefits of Bitcoin Cash for Everyone - For the first time in human history, Bitcoin Cash allows you to be in full control of your own money. - Send or receive any amount of money, to anyone, anywhere, instantly and almost for free using Bitcoin Cash. No lengthy bank forms to fill in and no private information required from both the sender and recipient. - Bitcoin Cash protects you from inflation and hyperinflation. - Bitcoin Cash is peer to peer money that cannot be frozen by the banks nor the government. - Bitcoin Cash is global money with more than 2,651,820 merchants accepting it. You can pay for your hotels, air tickets, food/drinks, groceries, nightlife, and more with Bitcoin Cash today. - Bitcoin Cash enables a more connected world where people from one country can hire people from another country, resulting in an economy where both parties are better off. - Bitcoin Cash enables micro transactions so you can write articles or create video contents and earn money immediately by people who like your work. - Bitcoin Cash payments, with CashShuffle and CashFusion, are private Internet money. This means you can send/receive money with anyone privately without having to give out your private information, useful in situations when you want to donate money to an organization without risk being implicated in the process. - Bitcoin Cash connects the billions of unbanked people, with valuable talents and expertise, to the global economy, creating millions of new job opportunities and increasing economic growth for the entire world. - Insurance against another global financial crisis. - Banks can shut down and disappear along with the depositors money but Bitcoin Cash has a perfect track record of being online 24 hours a day, every single day, and had been doing so since 2009. - New bank regulations with regards to bail-ins and bail-outs means the banks can confiscate depositors funds legally and anytime during a financial crisis and there is no recourse for you. - Bitcoin Cash is an insurance against corrupted governments. Given a long enough time, eventually a group of corrupted politicians will win the election and take control over the country to enrich themselves. Bitcoin Cash gives you the freedom to move your wealth anywhere and relocate anytime to a safer haven. - Unlike fiat money, Bitcoin Cash cannot be counterfeited, so there is zero chance of you holding fake money. - If you were aware of the protests currently going on in Hong Kong, India, Iran, Chile, Bolivia, and other countries, you have to wonder how a minority government could suppress and control millions of citizens. Turns out if you have an unlimited money printing machine, you could control the entire nation. You could use it to pay for the police and military to beat up the civilians. You could use it to bribe the politicians to look the other way. You could use it to pay for propaganda campaigns. You could use it to invest in companies to prevent them from speaking up. When you remove their unlimited money printing machine, you also reduce their ability to suppress and control the people. Suddenly, the power shifts back into the people’s hands because nobody can print more Bitcoin Cash. Bitcoin Cash’s supply is fixed and there will only be 21 million Bitcoin Cash ever. - Bitcoin Cash allows you to bypass censorships because it is unstoppable peer to peer money. Benefits of Bitcoin Cash for Merchants - Zero chargebacks. - No more worries about credit card frauds. - No more worries about centralized payment systems such as PayPal freezing or stealing your money like what had happened to thousands of PayPal users. - Bitcoin Cash transactions are instant and safe because it does not have the RBF security vulnerability like Bitcoin Core. - No payment processing fee. 100% of the amount goes directly from the customer to the merchant. - Super easy to get started. Just install the Bitcoin.com Wallet and the Bitcoin Cash Register app and you can start accepting Bitcoin Cash payments within minutes. - Bitcoin Cash does not stigmatize or treat any businesses differently. If you run an organization that banks or governments may not like, you risk having your funds being confiscated anytime like what happened to the funds donated to help Hong Kong Protestors. Bitcoin Cash cannot be taken away by the banks nor the government without your permission.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on December 20, 2019 04:34:17

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/e6symz/obsession_over_bitcoin_cash/

I dreamt of Bitcoin Cash again today. It wasn’t the first time. I had regularly dreamt about Bitcoin Cash probably because I was thinking so much about it. I am still undecided whether this is a good thing or a bad thing, because obsession over anything is usually an unhealthy thing. For such a long time, I was disappointed with how the world works and how people treat each other. I knew about North Korea and I wondered how a tiny group of evil people can repress millions of people. I was also constantly worried about inflation. What’s the point of me saving my money when I’m being fucking robbed every single day by someone with an unlimited money printing machine? And then I read about the protests going on today in Hong Kong, Chile, Bolivia, Iran, etc and all the police brutality, murdering, raping, and torturing the protestors. There are no words sufficient to describe my sadness over what happened. I mean, who in their right mind would risk dying, tortured and suffering if they have a good life? The whole reason they are doing what they are doing, is because they couldn’t take it anymore. The protestors are so upset to the point where they feel risking dying/arrested is more than the comforts of staying at home. Then one has to ask the important question. How is it that a small minority of bad people can control and repress an entire nation of citizens? Turns out, if you control the money printing machine, you can do anything. You can use it to distribute mass propaganda. You can use it to buy over companies so that they obey their masters. You can use it to pay for the military and police to follow your orders to murder the citizens. You can use it to pay politicians from other countries to look the other way. Like it or not, it is what it is. The next question one should ask then is, what can I do? I’m just one person, what can I do? Turns out, you can’t do everything but you can do something. And because you can do something, that changes everything. When you remove the evil minority from the unlimited money printing machine, you put the power back into the people hands. And if the minority wants to do something without their unlimited money printing machine, they had to get the funds from the people. And as long as majority of the people are good, then only good things will be funded. I guess maybe that’s why I am obsessed over Bitcoin Cash, as global peer to peer money, so no minority has the power to keep printing money for their own selfish benefits. I can’t do everything, but I can do something. And so can you.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on December 5, 2019 22:34:34

https://www.reddit.com/r/Cryptocurrency247/comments/e6syhd/obsession_over_bitcoin_cash/

I dreamt of Bitcoin Cash again today. It wasn’t the first time. I had regularly dreamt about Bitcoin Cash probably because I was thinking so much about it. I am still undecided whether this is a good thing or a bad thing, because obsession over anything is usually an unhealthy thing. For such a long time, I was disappointed with how the world works and how people treat each other. I knew about North Korea and I wondered how a tiny group of evil people can repress millions of people. I was also constantly worried about inflation. What’s the point of me saving my money when I’m being fucking robbed every single day by someone with an unlimited money printing machine? And then I read about the protests going on today in Hong Kong, Chile, Bolivia, Iran, etc and all the police brutality, murdering, raping, and torturing the protestors. There are no words sufficient to describe my sadness over what happened. I mean, who in their right mind would risk dying, tortured and suffering if they have a good life? The whole reason they are doing what they are doing, is because they couldn’t take it anymore. The protestors are so upset to the point where they feel risking dying/arrested is more than the comforts of staying at home. Then one has to ask the important question. How is it that a small minority of bad people can control and repress an entire nation of citizens? Turns out, if you control the money printing machine, you can do anything. You can use it to distribute mass propaganda. You can use it to buy over companies so that they obey their masters. You can use it to pay for the military and police to follow your orders to murder the citizens. You can use it to pay politicians from other countries to look the other way. Like it or not, it is what it is. The next question one should ask then is, what can I do? I’m just one person, what can I do? Turns out, you can’t do everything but you can do something. And because you can do something, that changes everything. When you remove the evil minority from the unlimited money printing machine, you put the power back into the people hands. And if the minority wants to do something without their unlimited money printing machine, they had to get the funds from the people. And as long as majority of the people are good, then only good things will be funded. I guess maybe that’s why I am obsessed over Bitcoin Cash, as global peer to peer money, so no minority has the power to keep printing money for their own selfish benefits. I can’t do everything, but I can do something. And so can you.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/Cryptocurrency247 on December 5, 2019 22:34:16

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/e6sy9l/obsession_over_bitcoin_cash/

I dreamt of Bitcoin Cash again today. It wasn’t the first time. I had regularly dreamt about Bitcoin Cash probably because I was thinking so much about it. I am still undecided whether this is a good thing or a bad thing, because obsession over anything is usually an unhealthy thing. For such a long time, I was disappointed with how the world works and how people treat each other. I knew about North Korea and I wondered how a tiny group of evil people can repress millions of people. I was also constantly worried about inflation. What’s the point of me saving my money when I’m being fucking robbed every single day by someone with an unlimited money printing machine? And then I read about the protests going on today in Hong Kong, Chile, Bolivia, Iran, etc and all the police brutality, murdering, raping, and torturing the protestors. There are no words sufficient to describe my sadness over what happened. I mean, who in their right mind would risk dying, tortured and suffering if they have a good life? The whole reason they are doing what they are doing, is because they couldn’t take it anymore. The protestors are so upset to the point where they feel risking dying/arrested is more than the comforts of staying at home. Then one has to ask the important question. How is it that a small minority of bad people can control and repress an entire nation of citizens? Turns out, if you control the money printing machine, you can do anything. You can use it to distribute mass propaganda. You can use it to buy over companies so that they obey their masters. You can use it to pay for the military and police to follow your orders to murder the citizens. You can use it to pay politicians from other countries to look the other way. Like it or not, it is what it is. The next question one should ask then is, what can I do? I’m just one person, what can I do? Turns out, you can’t do everything but you can do something. And because you can do something, that changes everything. When you remove the evil minority from the unlimited money printing machine, you put the power back into the people hands. And if the minority wants to do something without their unlimited money printing machine, they had to get the funds from the people. And as long as majority of the people are good, then only good things will be funded. I guess maybe that’s why I am obsessed over Bitcoin Cash, as global peer to peer money, so no minority has the power to keep printing money for their own selfish benefits. I can’t do everything, but I can do something. And so can you.

posted by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on December 5, 2019 22:33:46
Top
/r/btc/comments/jd7xha/preparing_for_something_big_who_wants_one/g9bi793/

I have a bunch of Bitcoin Cash stickers that I can send to you. If you can PM me your address, I will mail them to you and with a small gift for you as well.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 19, 2020 08:53:43
/r/btc/comments/jdy5qt/bitcoin_cash_has_lost_25_of_its_daily_transaction/g9b65im/

I was banned from Bitcoin subreddit for talking about Bitcoin Cash. =)

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 19, 2020 06:09:04
/r/btc/comments/jdy5qt/bitcoin_cash_has_lost_25_of_its_daily_transaction/g9b2c5d/

OP seems to be a brand new account concern troll. For any newbies coming here wondering why there is so much pro-Bitcoin Core propaganda and lies, propagated by trolls such as OP, I would like to spread awareness about this issue, There are many signs that BTC has been infiltrated. When you put them all together, it starts to form a clearer picture. Here are some examples. There is consistent trolls/harassments/smear campaigns against Bitcoin Cash the last 4 years. Who is funding all these propaganda campaigns? In 2013, Peter Todd was paid off by a government intelligence agent to create RBF, create a propaganda video, and cripple the BTC code. Source: https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@adambalm/in-2013-peter-todd-was-paid-off-by-a-government-intelligence-agent-to-create-rbf-create-a-propaganda-video-and-cripple-the-btc Blockstream kicking Gavin, the lead Bitcoin developer, out of Bitcoin development, successfully hijacked control over the Bitcoin github. Mike Hearn and Gavin wanted to prevent Bitcoin from being hijacked, so they created a fork. That fork didn't survived after they were heavily DDOS. Mike Hearn was heavily character assassinated by what I believe to be orchestrated paid campaigns by Blockstream. And of course, now that Mike Hearn is gone, the character assassination campaigns are directed at Bitcoin Cash main supporters like Roger Ver. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash/comments/8lozww/how_bitcoin_btc_was_hijacked_and_why_bitcoin_cash/ Blockstream not honoring the Hong Kong agreement and the New York agreement they signed. Blockstream doesn't want Bitcoin to compete with the banks. Their aim is to make Bitcoin unusable with no long term future. Source: https://www.trustnodes.com/2017/12/22/gregory-maxwell-celebrates-high-fees-300000-stuck-transactions Samson Mow admitting in an interview that Blockstream is out for profit (in other words, the BTC holders will be milked as their cash cows, BTC miners will be driven out with Lightning Network taking its place) Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFOmUm-_DMQ The false flag attacks where they claimed Bitcoin Cash was hacking them (but turns out Greg Maxwell was the ones doing it) Source: https://www.trustnodes.com/2017/11/22/reddit-bitcoin-mods-gregory-maxwell-accused-false-flag-bot-attack-hacking) Hackers targeting Bitcoin Cash users stealing their tippr funds and taking over their reddit accounts Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/tippr/comments/7naogq/tippr_on_reddit_disabled_temporarily/ Misinformation campaigns (BTC people registering bcash sites and subreddits, then trying to associate Bitcoin Cash as bcash to forums/websites they control) Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/8dd5ij/why_bitcoin_cash_users_reject_the_name_bcash_so/ Censorship to brainwash newcomers with Bitcoin misinformation and propaganda. Source: https://medium.com/@johnblocke/a-brief-and-incomplete-history-of-censorship-in-r-bitcoin-c85a290fe43 Blockstream declaring that Bitcoin is not for the poor. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/ahzog2/reminder_bitcoin_isnt_for_people_that_live_on/ Blockstream sabotaged Bitcoin codes by reducing its functionality such as OP Return size reduction, RBF vulnerability, 1MB blocksize, etc... so that it breaks software built on top of Bitcoin. Source (OP Return Reduction): https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/80ycim/a_few_months_after_the_counterparty_developers/ Source (Bitcoin RBF Vulnerability): https://www.ccn.com/bitcoin-atm-double-spenders-police-need-help-identifying-four-criminals/ I was involved in some BCH projects and there had been multiple DDOS attacks and other stuff, such as flooding my inbox with few hundred thousand emails per day. I'm sure those activities are not for profit, so why are they doing it? There are actually plenty more nasty unethical things BTC people had done which is not covered in this comment. Bitcoin Cash is an attempt to rescue what the bad actors had hijacked successfully, mainly the peer to peer cash revolution. And it won't be the last time the bad actors will try to find ways to sabotage this project. Link: https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/e61fyz/poll_results_are_in_53_2296_votes_have_declared/f9n5lma/

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 19, 2020 04:55:21
/r/btc/comments/jdlbv4/satoshis_angels_welcoming_mike_komaransky/g9ayev7/

lol, I would be impressed if you are speaking fluent Chinese in the livestream.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 19, 2020 03:39:07
/r/btc/comments/jdmi5i/bitcoin_is_the_proof_that_market_fit_and_timing/g9atxuz/

> who pays you Nobody. It's amazing what people will do for a passion.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 19, 2020 02:21:46
/r/btc/comments/jdmi5i/bitcoin_is_the_proof_that_market_fit_and_timing/g993mjk/

Ever since Bitcoin had an upgrade into Bitcoin Cash on 1st August 2017, I have been bullish for Bitcoin Cash’s long term future. As follows are my personal opinions on why I feel Bitcoin Cash is the future of digital cash over the outdated BTC.   **Better Security** – BTC has a vulnerability called RBF which increases the risk of double spending. Bitcoin Cash developers aim to make 0-confirmation transactions safe again so that anyone accepting Bitcoin Cash is much safer accepting payments without having to wait for multiple confirmations. This RBF security vulnerability exists only in BTC and not Bitcoin Cash. That's why Bitcoin Cash is more secure as a payment method. Here is an example of hackers stolen $150000 worth of BTC using the RBF security vulnerability. https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2019/03/14/double-spenders-scam-150000-bitcoin/ It is super easy to double spend on Bitcoin using the RBF vulnerability. Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/video-shows-how-easy-it-is-to-double-spend-btc-using-rbf/   **Improved Scalability** – BTC is limited to 1MB block size and even with Segwit activated, the capacity increase is only around 1.7x whereas the upgraded Bitcoin Cash blocks capacity is currently at 32x with no limitations. This means Bitcoin Cash can handle PayPal transactions volume today and be global money after a few more upgrades.   **Supply Scarcity** – During the fork from Bitcoin, some Bitcoin Cash supply were removed from active circulation due to users unable to claim their Bitcoin Cash from unsupported exchanges and wallets among other reasons. This means each Bitcoin Cash is actually more scarce than BTC.   **Improved Confirmation Times** – Due to the limited block size of BTC, some users were made to wait days for their transactions to be confirmed. Contrast this to Bitcoin Cash where transactions may be accepted immediately with less risk and you can see why it makes sense to use Bitcoin Cash. In other words, if you are a shop owner and you just sold a cup of coffee and some sandwiches, and you accept the old BTC, you may have to wait hours for the transaction to be confirmed because the customer may use RBF to void the original payment. With Bitcoin Cash, your risk is minimized.   **Higher Merchants Adoption** - Bitcoin Cash is global money with more than 2,651,820 merchants accepting it. You can pay for your hotels, air tickets, food/drinks, groceries, nightlife, and more with Bitcoin Cash today. Source: https://1bch.com/?action=showBitcoinCashBenefitsFrame While Bitcoin Cash adoption is growing very quickly every single day, Bitcoin is having declining adoption and if this trend continues then Bitcoin is on a dead end. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/NotAcceptingBitcoin/top/?sort=top&t=all   **Low Fees** – One of the advantages of using cryptocurrencies over traditional payment methods is the low fees. Due to the limited block size of BTC, fees have exceeded over $70/transaction during peak period. On the other hand, I have never paid more than 1 penny/transaction during my entire time in using Bitcoin Cash. This makes using Bitcoin Cash ideal for merchants, businesses, companies and everyday usage. The industries that may be disrupted such as Remittances, Payment Gateways, etc are worth trillions of dollars and Bitcoin Cash is well positioned for use cases in these industries.   **Lightning Network Problems And Vulnerabilities And Loss Funds** - Some people may claim Lightning Network will solve Bitcoin problems but it has failed to gain traction due to many problems and vulnerabilities, such as loss of funds, unreliable transactions (constantly failing), and many other vulnerabilities. Source: https://www.crypto-news-flash.com/why-does-the-bitcoin-lightning-network-fail-new-study-proves-inefficiency/ Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/researchers-scathing-lightning-network-analysis-finds-flaws/   **Tokens** - Bitcoin Cash has tokens to start taking some marketshare from Ethereum. Today, anyone can issue their own loyalty tokens or digital money on Bitcoin Cash from as low as 1 cent to mint it. It's incredibly easy and anyone can do it at https://mint.bitcoin.com/   **Better Privacy** - Bitcoin Cash has better privacy than BTC thanks to CashShuffle/CashFusion. You can enable it through the setting in the Electron Cash wallet and it's completely optional. If you don't want others to know how you spent your money, it is better to use Bitcoin Cash over BTC.   **Better Risk/Reward** - If BTC gains another 250 billion marketcap, it only 2x in price. But that same 250 billion will give you more than 50x your Bitcoin Cash investments. It is such a smarter option given the risk/rewards probabilities.   At the moment, the old BTC has network effects advantages just like how Friendster used to dominate the social networking space. It is inevitable that Bitcoin Cash will overtake BTC's marketcap in the end.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 18, 2020 15:46:30
/r/btc/comments/jcv055/bchn_supporters_are_the_new_small_blockers_lie/g98bvpz/

Rather than relying on my memory, which could be faulty, I think you can actually see if a commented was edited. https://amp.reddit.com/r/help/comments/2ligw9/is_there_any_way_to_determine_if_a_reddit_comment/ It may only work from the PC though, not mobile.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 18, 2020 11:51:28
/r/btc/comments/jcv055/bchn_supporters_are_the_new_small_blockers_lie/g98ahjr/

I think you misunderstood his point. Allow me to explain please. OP (CryptoStrategies) made the claim that 1 BCHN supporter did something bad (eg. Kick him out of Telegram group) to him and therefore all BCHN supporters are bad people. jonas_h was trying to say, **if we apply OP's (CryptoStrategies) logic**, that means if 1 ABC supporter did something bad, it means all ABC supporters are bad people (eg. Death threats made to George Donnelly linked in my previous comment). jonas_h wasn't agreeing with OP. His comment was simply to show how ridiculous the logic sounds. So I think based on what you wrote, you actually agree with jonas_h how unreasonable that sounds.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 18, 2020 11:39:17
/r/btc/comments/jdfltw/seeing_some_upset_folks_in_the_bitcoin_cash/g981fs1/

Thanks for sharing your thoughts. From my perspective, I simply refuse to let online people spoil my day because it has implications when I interact with others in real life (eg. family members). When you're in a bad mood, a small thing from your family member may set you off which normally wouldn't be so. Of course, like you said, when a robber is threatening me with a knife, it is natural to react a certain manner.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 18, 2020 10:17:40
/r/btc/comments/jdck8k/transcript_of_how_philip_the_tyrant_admin_of_the/g973s04/

If anyone is easily emotional then I would suggest taking a break for the next 28 days and come back after the 15th Nov fork. By then, the dark clouds will clear and we all can move on one way or another.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 18, 2020 04:32:39
/r/btc/comments/jd7xha/preparing_for_something_big_who_wants_one/g9723pu/

>if anyone else had this exact same idea It is not the idea. It is the execution. Most developers I know can code a messaging site to tweet 150 characters. Most chef I know can make a better burger than McDonalds. Almost anyone can setup a better looking ecommerce store but why is Amazon still dominating? Because it is not the idea but the execution that matters.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 18, 2020 04:11:42
/r/btc/comments/jd3311/i_sent_100_dollars_bch_to/g95bkbe/

Well, you can always try to message the guy and ask a refund. I don't know the guy so I can't speak for him.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 17, 2020 18:09:04
/r/btc/comments/jd3311/i_sent_100_dollars_bch_to/g95686x/

In that case, the transaction went directly to their wallet.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 17, 2020 17:25:37
/r/btc/comments/jd3311/i_sent_100_dollars_bch_to/g9544e4/

If you had pledged using Flipstarter and the campaign was cancelled, you may cancel your pledge and get back the funds by going to https://flipstarter.cash/en/how-to-pledge and scroll down to the "After the campaign, cancel your pledge if it was not used" section.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 17, 2020 17:09:18
/r/btc/comments/jd1iok/5_reasons_why_investing_on_satoshis_angels/g94sxim/

The only criticism I have about the people in Satoshi Angels is .

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 17, 2020 15:43:40
/r/btc/comments/jd05ex/squares_surprising_move_takes_the_bitcoin/g94kevz/

Ever since Bitcoin had an upgrade into Bitcoin Cash on 1st August 2017, I have been bullish for Bitcoin Cash’s long term future. As follows are my personal opinions on why I feel Bitcoin Cash is the future of digital cash over the outdated BTC.   **Better Security** – BTC has a vulnerability called RBF which increases the risk of double spending. Bitcoin Cash developers aim to make 0-confirmation transactions safe again so that anyone accepting Bitcoin Cash is much safer accepting payments without having to wait for multiple confirmations. This RBF security vulnerability exists only in BTC and not Bitcoin Cash. That's why Bitcoin Cash is more secure as a payment method. Here is an example of hackers stolen $150000 worth of BTC using the RBF security vulnerability. https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2019/03/14/double-spenders-scam-150000-bitcoin/ It is super easy to double spend on Bitcoin using the RBF vulnerability. Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/video-shows-how-easy-it-is-to-double-spend-btc-using-rbf/   **Improved Scalability** – BTC is limited to 1MB block size and even with Segwit activated, the capacity increase is only around 1.7x whereas the upgraded Bitcoin Cash blocks capacity is currently at 32x with no limitations. This means Bitcoin Cash can handle PayPal transactions volume today and be global money after a few more upgrades.   **Supply Scarcity** – During the fork from Bitcoin, some Bitcoin Cash supply were removed from active circulation due to users unable to claim their Bitcoin Cash from unsupported exchanges and wallets among other reasons. This means each Bitcoin Cash is actually more scarce than BTC.   **Improved Confirmation Times** – Due to the limited block size of BTC, some users were made to wait days for their transactions to be confirmed. Contrast this to Bitcoin Cash where transactions may be accepted immediately with less risk and you can see why it makes sense to use Bitcoin Cash. In other words, if you are a shop owner and you just sold a cup of coffee and some sandwiches, and you accept the old BTC, you may have to wait hours for the transaction to be confirmed because the customer may use RBF to void the original payment. With Bitcoin Cash, your risk is minimized.   **Higher Merchants Adoption** - Bitcoin Cash is global money with more than 2,651,820 merchants accepting it. You can pay for your hotels, air tickets, food/drinks, groceries, nightlife, and more with Bitcoin Cash today. Source: https://1bch.com/?action=showBitcoinCashBenefitsFrame While Bitcoin Cash adoption is growing very quickly every single day, Bitcoin is having declining adoption and if this trend continues then Bitcoin is on a dead end. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/NotAcceptingBitcoin/top/?sort=top&t=all   **Low Fees** – One of the advantages of using cryptocurrencies over traditional payment methods is the low fees. Due to the limited block size of BTC, fees have exceeded over $70/transaction during peak period. On the other hand, I have never paid more than 1 penny/transaction during my entire time in using Bitcoin Cash. This makes using Bitcoin Cash ideal for merchants, businesses, companies and everyday usage. The industries that may be disrupted such as Remittances, Payment Gateways, etc are worth trillions of dollars and Bitcoin Cash is well positioned for use cases in these industries.   **Lightning Network Problems And Vulnerabilities And Loss Funds** - Some people may claim Lightning Network will solve Bitcoin problems but it has failed to gain traction due to many problems and vulnerabilities, such as loss of funds, unreliable transactions (constantly failing), and many other vulnerabilities. Source: https://www.crypto-news-flash.com/why-does-the-bitcoin-lightning-network-fail-new-study-proves-inefficiency/ Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/researchers-scathing-lightning-network-analysis-finds-flaws/   **Tokens** - Bitcoin Cash has tokens to start taking some marketshare from Ethereum. Today, anyone can issue their own loyalty tokens or digital money on Bitcoin Cash from as low as 1 cent to mint it. It's incredibly easy and anyone can do it at https://mint.bitcoin.com/   **Better Privacy** - Bitcoin Cash has better privacy than BTC thanks to CashShuffle/CashFusion. You can enable it through the setting in the Electron Cash wallet and it's completely optional. If you don't want others to know how you spent your money, it is better to use Bitcoin Cash over BTC.   **Better Risk/Reward** - If BTC gains another 250 billion marketcap, it only 2x in price. But that same 250 billion will give you more than 50x your Bitcoin Cash investments. It is such a smarter option given the risk/rewards probabilities.   At the moment, the old BTC has network effects advantages just like how Friendster used to dominate the social networking space. It is inevitable that Bitcoin Cash will overtake BTC's marketcap in the end.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 17, 2020 14:28:21
/r/btc/comments/jcsghy/need_some_help_here/g94eehn/

Yep, that's what I meant. Even if watch-only, as long as he can see the funds under those addresses and so, we can assume the funds are safe and there.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 17, 2020 13:37:05
/r/btc/comments/jcv055/bchn_supporters_are_the_new_small_blockers_lie/g93qxoq/

That's an interesting thought. For context, jonas_h was referring to this. https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/jc4akk/george_donnelly_receiving_death_threats_i_find/

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 17, 2020 10:06:01
/r/btc/comments/jcv055/bchn_supporters_are_the_new_small_blockers_lie/g93qiiz/

For what it's worth, I had met BeijingBitcoins before and he's an amazing person. I only have good words about the guy based on my observations and he's a top lad. He was always polite and considerate and helpful during my travel that happens to be where he was based in.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 17, 2020 10:01:46
/r/btc/comments/jcv055/bchn_supporters_are_the_new_small_blockers_lie/g93pmbd/

The way 1 single person kicked you out of a Telegram group and from that, you claimed that all BCHN supporters are small blockers. Do you see how that logic doesn't follow? 1 person is not representative of all BCHN supporters. If I remember correctly, I think Amaury or someone from Bitcoin ABC kicked out some people from the Bitcoin ABC communication channels and also removed some of the developers (eg. ftrader) github access. In other words, your exact criticism is also directed at Bitcoin ABC and Amaury. While the person who kicked you out of the Telegram group may or may not be affiliated with BCHN, when someone from Bitcoin ABC kicked / removed people from their channels, they are representatives of Bitcoin ABC.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 17, 2020 09:52:40
/r/btc/comments/jcsghy/need_some_help_here/g93agly/

As long as you have the 12 words, your funds are safe. If you can see the funds in the Electron Cash wallet, it means your funds are there. You probably just done the restore from existing seed words steps wrongly. If you did it correctly, you should see the funds available to send.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 17, 2020 06:26:55
/r/btc/comments/jcesxo/the_most_impressive_thing_in_bitcoins_success_is/g90xnz9/

Ever since Bitcoin had an upgrade into Bitcoin Cash on 1st August 2017, I have been bullish for Bitcoin Cash’s long term future. As follows are my personal opinions on why I feel Bitcoin Cash is the future of digital cash over the outdated BTC.   **Better Security** – BTC has a vulnerability called RBF which increases the risk of double spending. Bitcoin Cash developers aim to make 0-confirmation transactions safe again so that anyone accepting Bitcoin Cash is much safer accepting payments without having to wait for multiple confirmations. This RBF security vulnerability exists only in BTC and not Bitcoin Cash. That's why Bitcoin Cash is more secure as a payment method. Here is an example of hackers stolen $150000 worth of BTC using the RBF security vulnerability. https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2019/03/14/double-spenders-scam-150000-bitcoin/ It is super easy to double spend on Bitcoin using the RBF vulnerability. Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/video-shows-how-easy-it-is-to-double-spend-btc-using-rbf/   **Improved Scalability** – BTC is limited to 1MB block size and even with Segwit activated, the capacity increase is only around 1.7x whereas the upgraded Bitcoin Cash blocks capacity is currently at 32x with no limitations. This means Bitcoin Cash can handle PayPal transactions volume today and be global money after a few more upgrades.   **Supply Scarcity** – During the fork from Bitcoin, some Bitcoin Cash supply were removed from active circulation due to users unable to claim their Bitcoin Cash from unsupported exchanges and wallets among other reasons. This means each Bitcoin Cash is actually more scarce than BTC.   **Improved Confirmation Times** – Due to the limited block size of BTC, some users were made to wait days for their transactions to be confirmed. Contrast this to Bitcoin Cash where transactions may be accepted immediately with less risk and you can see why it makes sense to use Bitcoin Cash. In other words, if you are a shop owner and you just sold a cup of coffee and some sandwiches, and you accept the old BTC, you may have to wait hours for the transaction to be confirmed because the customer may use RBF to void the original payment. With Bitcoin Cash, your risk is minimized.   **Higher Merchants Adoption** - Bitcoin Cash is global money with more than 2,651,820 merchants accepting it. You can pay for your hotels, air tickets, food/drinks, groceries, nightlife, and more with Bitcoin Cash today. Source: https://1bch.com/?action=showBitcoinCashBenefitsFrame While Bitcoin Cash adoption is growing very quickly every single day, Bitcoin is having declining adoption and if this trend continues then Bitcoin is on a dead end. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/NotAcceptingBitcoin/top/?sort=top&t=all   **Low Fees** – One of the advantages of using cryptocurrencies over traditional payment methods is the low fees. Due to the limited block size of BTC, fees have exceeded over $70/transaction during peak period. On the other hand, I have never paid more than 1 penny/transaction during my entire time in using Bitcoin Cash. This makes using Bitcoin Cash ideal for merchants, businesses, companies and everyday usage. The industries that may be disrupted such as Remittances, Payment Gateways, etc are worth trillions of dollars and Bitcoin Cash is well positioned for use cases in these industries.   **Lightning Network Problems And Vulnerabilities And Loss Funds** - Some people may claim Lightning Network will solve Bitcoin problems but it has failed to gain traction due to many problems and vulnerabilities, such as loss of funds, unreliable transactions (constantly failing), and many other vulnerabilities. Source: https://www.crypto-news-flash.com/why-does-the-bitcoin-lightning-network-fail-new-study-proves-inefficiency/ Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/researchers-scathing-lightning-network-analysis-finds-flaws/   **Tokens** - Bitcoin Cash has tokens to start taking some marketshare from Ethereum. Today, anyone can issue their own loyalty tokens or digital money on Bitcoin Cash from as low as 1 cent to mint it. It's incredibly easy and anyone can do it at https://mint.bitcoin.com/   **Better Privacy** - Bitcoin Cash has better privacy than BTC thanks to CashShuffle/CashFusion. You can enable it through the setting in the Electron Cash wallet and it's completely optional. If you don't want others to know how you spent your money, it is better to use Bitcoin Cash over BTC.   **Better Risk/Reward** - If BTC gains another 250 billion marketcap, it only 2x in price. But that same 250 billion will give you more than 50x your Bitcoin Cash investments. It is such a smarter option given the risk/rewards probabilities.   At the moment, the old BTC has network effects advantages just like how Friendster used to dominate the social networking space. It is inevitable that Bitcoin Cash will overtake BTC's marketcap in the end.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 16, 2020 14:14:10
/r/btc/comments/jccuy1/there_has_to_be_multiple_competing_development/g90ldf2/

BCHN has explained that they will share the influence and encourage using different full nodes in order for a more robust Bitcoin Cash ecosystem. I think that pretty much aligns with what OP is saying.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 16, 2020 12:31:42
/r/Bitcoincash/comments/jcc9dl/transaction_speed_and_fee/g90hbm2/

Instant and the fee is 1 cent or less.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on October 16, 2020 11:57:46
/r/btc/comments/jc4akk/george_donnelly_receiving_death_threats_i_find/g909qdj/

Thanks for what you are doing! 👍👍

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 16, 2020 10:54:16
/r/btc/comments/jbh8yf/bitcoin_cash_as_the_world_currency_what_it_takes/g8zlamg/

I did say I am not affiliated with any full node teams. This is true. That doesn't mean I don't have an opinion.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 16, 2020 06:03:06
/r/btc/comments/jbh8yf/bitcoin_cash_as_the_world_currency_what_it_takes/g8zio4a/

Nobody is 100% neutral on most issues. Everyone is entitled to have their own opinions about things.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 16, 2020 05:13:31
/r/btc/comments/jbh8yf/bitcoin_cash_as_the_world_currency_what_it_takes/g8zesb9/

I am not affiliated with any full node teams btw.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 16, 2020 03:58:47
/r/btc/comments/jbh8yf/bitcoin_cash_as_the_world_currency_what_it_takes/g8ze9p5/

People need to stop thinking that backporting is the only way forward. There are developers in Bitcoin Cash with expertise and does not need to piggyback on Bitcoin Core developers. I find that when people are passionate about something, they are more productive and can work longer hours, remain happy and motivated.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 16, 2020 03:49:05
/r/btc/comments/jc4akk/george_donnelly_receiving_death_threats_i_find/g8zcu5x/

Yep, I also think it can be anybody and it would be unfair to pin this on Amaury. Could well be some Core trolls.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 16, 2020 03:23:12
/r/btc/comments/jbujlc/historical_context_for_the_bitcoin_cash_fork_in/g8xi00l/

Your link to "What can we learn from this history lesson?" is pointing to localhost, lol.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 15, 2020 15:40:37
/r/btc/comments/jbt1ai/slp_rewards_flipstarter_has_been_canceled_thanks/g8xavya/

Possible to elaborate why it was cancelled and would you be willing to share more information about what are the endeavors you guys be pursuing?

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 15, 2020 14:41:38
/r/btc/comments/jbt22x/focus_on_bitcoin_that_is_the_real_signal_forget/g8xaj7b/

Ever since Bitcoin had an upgrade into Bitcoin Cash on 1st August 2017, I have been bullish for Bitcoin Cash’s long term future. As follows are my personal opinions on why I feel Bitcoin Cash is the future of digital cash over the outdated BTC.   **Better Security** – BTC has a vulnerability called RBF which increases the risk of double spending. Bitcoin Cash developers aim to make 0-confirmation transactions safe again so that anyone accepting Bitcoin Cash is much safer accepting payments without having to wait for multiple confirmations. This RBF security vulnerability exists only in BTC and not Bitcoin Cash. That's why Bitcoin Cash is more secure as a payment method. Here is an example of hackers stolen $150000 worth of BTC using the RBF security vulnerability. https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2019/03/14/double-spenders-scam-150000-bitcoin/ It is super easy to double spend on Bitcoin using the RBF vulnerability. Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/video-shows-how-easy-it-is-to-double-spend-btc-using-rbf/   **Improved Scalability** – BTC is limited to 1MB block size and even with Segwit activated, the capacity increase is only around 1.7x whereas the upgraded Bitcoin Cash blocks capacity is currently at 32x with no limitations. This means Bitcoin Cash can handle PayPal transactions volume today and be global money after a few more upgrades.   **Supply Scarcity** – During the fork from Bitcoin, some Bitcoin Cash supply were removed from active circulation due to users unable to claim their Bitcoin Cash from unsupported exchanges and wallets among other reasons. This means each Bitcoin Cash is actually more scarce than BTC.   **Improved Confirmation Times** – Due to the limited block size of BTC, some users were made to wait days for their transactions to be confirmed. Contrast this to Bitcoin Cash where transactions may be accepted immediately with less risk and you can see why it makes sense to use Bitcoin Cash. In other words, if you are a shop owner and you just sold a cup of coffee and some sandwiches, and you accept the old BTC, you may have to wait hours for the transaction to be confirmed because the customer may use RBF to void the original payment. With Bitcoin Cash, your risk is minimized.   **Higher Merchants Adoption** - Bitcoin Cash is global money with more than 2,651,820 merchants accepting it. You can pay for your hotels, air tickets, food/drinks, groceries, nightlife, and more with Bitcoin Cash today. Source: https://1bch.com/?action=showBitcoinCashBenefitsFrame While Bitcoin Cash adoption is growing very quickly every single day, Bitcoin is having declining adoption and if this trend continues then Bitcoin is on a dead end. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/NotAcceptingBitcoin/top/?sort=top&t=all   **Low Fees** – One of the advantages of using cryptocurrencies over traditional payment methods is the low fees. Due to the limited block size of BTC, fees have exceeded over $70/transaction during peak period. On the other hand, I have never paid more than 1 penny/transaction during my entire time in using Bitcoin Cash. This makes using Bitcoin Cash ideal for merchants, businesses, companies and everyday usage. The industries that may be disrupted such as Remittances, Payment Gateways, etc are worth trillions of dollars and Bitcoin Cash is well positioned for use cases in these industries.   **Lightning Network Problems And Vulnerabilities And Loss Funds** - Some people may claim Lightning Network will solve Bitcoin problems but it has failed to gain traction due to many problems and vulnerabilities, such as loss of funds, unreliable transactions (constantly failing), and many other vulnerabilities. Source: https://www.crypto-news-flash.com/why-does-the-bitcoin-lightning-network-fail-new-study-proves-inefficiency/ Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/researchers-scathing-lightning-network-analysis-finds-flaws/   **Tokens** - Bitcoin Cash has tokens to start taking some marketshare from Ethereum. Today, anyone can issue their own loyalty tokens or digital money on Bitcoin Cash from as low as 1 cent to mint it. It's incredibly easy and anyone can do it at https://mint.bitcoin.com/   **Better Privacy** - Bitcoin Cash has better privacy than BTC thanks to CashShuffle/CashFusion. You can enable it through the setting in the Electron Cash wallet and it's completely optional. If you don't want others to know how you spent your money, it is better to use Bitcoin Cash over BTC.   **Better Risk/Reward** - If BTC gains another 250 billion marketcap, it only 2x in price. But that same 250 billion will give you more than 50x your Bitcoin Cash investments. It is such a smarter option given the risk/rewards probabilities.   At the moment, the old BTC has network effects advantages just like how Friendster used to dominate the social networking space. It is inevitable that Bitcoin Cash will overtake BTC's marketcap in the end.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 15, 2020 14:38:43
/r/btc/comments/jbque4/considering_bchn_thinks_abc_is_such_a_poorly_run/g8x17ps/

I'm not affiliated with BCHN so I can't speak for them. I'm speaking from my personal capacity. I don't think Bitcoin ABC is a poorly run organization. However, I do think Bitcoin ABC's constant conflicts with far too many people, many of whom are Bitcoin Cash (and once Bitcoin ABC) supporters, had created lots of problems for themselves. Bitcoin ABC may not have a funding problem if they didn't shoot their own foot in the first place. BCHN is a result of ABC's actions and had Amaury done things differently, I believe there won't be BCHN today. I also believe many of these "anti-ABC" people, they used to support Amaury and Bitcoin ABC, in fact even contributed financially towards Bitcoin ABC. I know some of them did contributed money to Bitcoin ABC, and they even complained about wanting their money back. Having said that, what is happening now is not an ABC vs BCHN issue. It's pretty much an ABC vs the entire Bitcoin Cash ecosystem issue. Plenty of people have tried to advice Amaury but you guys know him, in French there is a saying, "têtu comme une mule" and I think it applies to him.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 15, 2020 13:21:23
/r/btc/comments/jbh8yf/bitcoin_cash_as_the_world_currency_what_it_takes/g8wtg2n/

> these teams are reliant on backporting I believe this is no longer true (unless you have some evidence to prove it). It was true for Bitcoin ABC but if you looked at the items in the other full nodes Flipstarter campaigns (which they raised the funding for), it was towards improvements that cannot be backported because such improvements are not available in Bitcoin Core.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 15, 2020 12:17:39
/r/btc/comments/jbh8yf/bitcoin_cash_as_the_world_currency_what_it_takes/g8vqe01/

In that case, it is even more accurate how investors work. That's exactly why businesses have funding rounds; pre-seed, seed stage, series A, series B, etc. Each subsequent rounds tend to have a longer runway because the business has to prove themselves at the start before investors will give them more money.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 15, 2020 04:23:28
/r/btc/comments/jbh8yf/bitcoin_cash_as_the_world_currency_what_it_takes/g8vpiy9/

That's ok. My comment is true for any team, ABC or not.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 15, 2020 04:07:14
/r/btc/comments/jbh8yf/bitcoin_cash_as_the_world_currency_what_it_takes/g8vpdq8/

It is risky to give something like 5 years funding to any team. What smart investors usually do is they give them enough funding to show results and if there are results, that's when you feel more confident in giving these teams funding for a longer runway. This is smart because instead of being stuck at a mistake for X number of years, investors can make quick mistakes and redeploy their funds to better alternatives. If any team wants longer runway, it is on them to make it happen by showing investors they are adding value.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 15, 2020 04:04:31
/r/btc/comments/jbh8yf/bitcoin_cash_as_the_world_currency_what_it_takes/g8vmglt/

> We must urgently increase funding of infrastructure to establish Bitcoin Cash as a viable alternative to fiat I agree and very happy to see almost all the infrastructure / full node teams being funded recently. Some of them have enough funding for the next 12 - 18 months, enough to show investors their value to the ecosystem. And if they can show value, then I am confident they won't have problems with funding in the subsequent years. However, if they can't show value, then it make sense for them to lose their funding and for the funding to go to other more capable people.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 15, 2020 03:11:41
/r/btc/comments/jbbu06/first_demo_of_mainnet_bitcoin_cash_library/g8veo6a/

This is great, super awesome.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 15, 2020 01:10:48
/r/Bitcoincash/comments/jb7we3/where_can_one_download_the_latest_bitcoin_cash/g8ttne7/

https://bitcoincashnode.org/

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on October 14, 2020 15:50:37
/r/btc/comments/jb6mc0/bitcoiner_low_level_protocols_should_do_a_single/g8ttgrv/

> I'm baffled by the insanity. Or maybe I'm just baffled by the brainwashed. It's amazing how propaganda can influence people so easily, which explains why propaganda is being used so often as a tool and sometimes as a weapon.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 14, 2020 15:49:03
/r/btc/comments/jb1asz/99m_worth_of_bch_was_transfered_for_001_fee/g8thu45/

I believe the point is to show that with Bitcoin Cash, you can send any amount of money instantly to anyone anywhere in the world for less than 1 cent. Imagine how this can disrupt certain industries and how beneficial this is for humanity.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 14, 2020 14:10:28
/r/btc/comments/jb5s13/what_is_this_new_mining_pool_hathormm_that_came/g8tgul4/

More information at https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/j97ywp/hathormm_hathor_merge_mining_cause_of_empty_bch/

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 14, 2020 14:02:13
/r/btc/comments/jb4e1t/bitcoins_sha256_algorithm_gives_you_more/g8t9m5e/

Ever since Bitcoin had an upgrade into Bitcoin Cash on 1st August 2017, I have been bullish for Bitcoin Cash’s long term future. As follows are my personal opinions on why I feel Bitcoin Cash is the future of digital cash over the outdated BTC.   **Better Security** – BTC has a vulnerability called RBF which increases the risk of double spending. Bitcoin Cash developers aim to make 0-confirmation transactions safe again so that anyone accepting Bitcoin Cash is much safer accepting payments without having to wait for multiple confirmations. This RBF security vulnerability exists only in BTC and not Bitcoin Cash. That's why Bitcoin Cash is more secure as a payment method. Here is an example of hackers stolen $150000 worth of BTC using the RBF security vulnerability. https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2019/03/14/double-spenders-scam-150000-bitcoin/ It is super easy to double spend on Bitcoin using the RBF vulnerability. Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/video-shows-how-easy-it-is-to-double-spend-btc-using-rbf/   **Improved Scalability** – BTC is limited to 1MB block size and even with Segwit activated, the capacity increase is only around 1.7x whereas the upgraded Bitcoin Cash blocks capacity is currently at 32x with no limitations. This means Bitcoin Cash can handle PayPal transactions volume today and be global money after a few more upgrades.   **Supply Scarcity** – During the fork from Bitcoin, some Bitcoin Cash supply were removed from active circulation due to users unable to claim their Bitcoin Cash from unsupported exchanges and wallets among other reasons. This means each Bitcoin Cash is actually more scarce than BTC.   **Improved Confirmation Times** – Due to the limited block size of BTC, some users were made to wait days for their transactions to be confirmed. Contrast this to Bitcoin Cash where transactions may be accepted immediately with less risk and you can see why it makes sense to use Bitcoin Cash. In other words, if you are a shop owner and you just sold a cup of coffee and some sandwiches, and you accept the old BTC, you may have to wait hours for the transaction to be confirmed because the customer may use RBF to void the original payment. With Bitcoin Cash, your risk is minimized.   **Higher Merchants Adoption** - Bitcoin Cash is global money with more than 2,651,820 merchants accepting it. You can pay for your hotels, air tickets, food/drinks, groceries, nightlife, and more with Bitcoin Cash today. Source: https://1bch.com/?action=showBitcoinCashBenefitsFrame While Bitcoin Cash adoption is growing very quickly every single day, Bitcoin is having declining adoption and if this trend continues then Bitcoin is on a dead end. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/NotAcceptingBitcoin/top/?sort=top&t=all   **Low Fees** – One of the advantages of using cryptocurrencies over traditional payment methods is the low fees. Due to the limited block size of BTC, fees have exceeded over $70/transaction during peak period. On the other hand, I have never paid more than 1 penny/transaction during my entire time in using Bitcoin Cash. This makes using Bitcoin Cash ideal for merchants, businesses, companies and everyday usage. The industries that may be disrupted such as Remittances, Payment Gateways, etc are worth trillions of dollars and Bitcoin Cash is well positioned for use cases in these industries.   **Lightning Network Problems And Vulnerabilities And Loss Funds** - Some people may claim Lightning Network will solve Bitcoin problems but it has failed to gain traction due to many problems and vulnerabilities, such as loss of funds, unreliable transactions (constantly failing), and many other vulnerabilities. Source: https://www.crypto-news-flash.com/why-does-the-bitcoin-lightning-network-fail-new-study-proves-inefficiency/ Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/researchers-scathing-lightning-network-analysis-finds-flaws/   **Tokens** - Bitcoin Cash has tokens to start taking some marketshare from Ethereum. Today, anyone can issue their own loyalty tokens or digital money on Bitcoin Cash from as low as 1 cent to mint it. It's incredibly easy and anyone can do it at https://mint.bitcoin.com/   **Better Privacy** - Bitcoin Cash has better privacy than BTC thanks to CashShuffle/CashFusion. You can enable it through the setting in the Electron Cash wallet and it's completely optional. If you don't want others to know how you spent your money, it is better to use Bitcoin Cash over BTC.   **Better Risk/Reward** - If BTC gains another 250 billion marketcap, it only 2x in price. But that same 250 billion will give you more than 50x your Bitcoin Cash investments. It is such a smarter option given the risk/rewards probabilities.   At the moment, the old BTC has network effects advantages just like how Friendster used to dominate the social networking space. It is inevitable that Bitcoin Cash will overtake BTC's marketcap in the end.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 14, 2020 13:02:11
/r/btc/comments/japxfw/looking_to_discuss_the_upcoming_bitcoin_abc/g8sp9eu/

>RV sockpuppet LOL. > publish private messages It goes both ways. Perhaps, you should not make false accusations in the first place. If someone is polite to me, usually I will reciprocate the gesture. Likewise, if someone is looking for trouble, I will not hesitate to defend as necessary.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 14, 2020 10:07:50
/r/btc/comments/javia7/btc_address_searched_on_blockchaincom_shows_no/g8sj0ja/

I wish I could tell you but I'm not very good at the technical stuff. I just know enough so that when Bitcoiners talk, I won't look like a retard, lol.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 14, 2020 09:05:01
/r/btc/comments/javia7/btc_address_searched_on_blockchaincom_shows_no/g8se6lh/

A HD wallet has many public addresses. When the wallet software says he has X amount of BTC in his wallet, it was total balance from all these addresses. OP mistakenly thought that his BTC receive address is the wallet address (which it is but only 1 of many) and so when he checked that receive address against his wallet total balance, it is not the same.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 14, 2020 08:07:15
/r/btc/comments/jay7z3/why_is_it_that_3_years_after_the_split_from_btc/g8sarx1/

As long as humans had ever existed since the beginning of time, there had been disagreements. Bitcoin Cash has a large community of human beings so it is not surprising for disagreements to arise. I feel we should find a way to encourage civil discourse though.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 14, 2020 07:17:33
/r/btc/comments/jawqkl/bitcoin_cash_to/g8s2oce/

Keep spreading adoption of Bitcoin Cash to your friends, family, users, merchants, businesses and the price will take care of itself when it becomes the world's peer to peer money.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 14, 2020 04:46:59
/r/btc/comments/javia7/btc_address_searched_on_blockchaincom_shows_no/g8rvvv8/

If you post the wallet address, we can look up the explorer online to check for you.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 14, 2020 02:40:04
/r/btc/comments/japxfw/looking_to_discuss_the_upcoming_bitcoin_abc/g8rscb1/

>he wasn't very honest to me Please elaborate.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 14, 2020 01:43:10
/r/Bitcoincash/comments/ja80tw/bitcoin_cash_bch_up/g8puw46/

Thanks man, I will see if I can get you something. For your information, this subreddit has been under attack by downvote bots. You can read more here https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/j9p61n/psa_someone_is_using_a_bot_to_downvote_everything/

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on October 13, 2020 14:40:56
/r/btc/comments/jajch7/the_6_characteristics_defining_a_real_money_in/g8pum57/

Ever since Bitcoin had an upgrade into Bitcoin Cash on 1st August 2017, I have been bullish for Bitcoin Cash’s long term future. As follows are my personal opinions on why I feel Bitcoin Cash is the future of digital cash over the outdated BTC.   **Better Security** – BTC has a vulnerability called RBF which increases the risk of double spending. Bitcoin Cash developers aim to make 0-confirmation transactions safe again so that anyone accepting Bitcoin Cash is much safer accepting payments without having to wait for multiple confirmations. This RBF security vulnerability exists only in BTC and not Bitcoin Cash. That's why Bitcoin Cash is more secure as a payment method. Here is an example of hackers stolen $150000 worth of BTC using the RBF security vulnerability. https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2019/03/14/double-spenders-scam-150000-bitcoin/ It is super easy to double spend on Bitcoin using the RBF vulnerability. Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/video-shows-how-easy-it-is-to-double-spend-btc-using-rbf/   **Improved Scalability** – BTC is limited to 1MB block size and even with Segwit activated, the capacity increase is only around 1.7x whereas the upgraded Bitcoin Cash blocks capacity is currently at 32x with no limitations. This means Bitcoin Cash can handle PayPal transactions volume today and be global money after a few more upgrades.   **Supply Scarcity** – During the fork from Bitcoin, some Bitcoin Cash supply were removed from active circulation due to users unable to claim their Bitcoin Cash from unsupported exchanges and wallets among other reasons. This means each Bitcoin Cash is actually more scarce than BTC.   **Improved Confirmation Times** – Due to the limited block size of BTC, some users were made to wait days for their transactions to be confirmed. Contrast this to Bitcoin Cash where transactions may be accepted immediately with less risk and you can see why it makes sense to use Bitcoin Cash. In other words, if you are a shop owner and you just sold a cup of coffee and some sandwiches, and you accept the old BTC, you may have to wait hours for the transaction to be confirmed because the customer may use RBF to void the original payment. With Bitcoin Cash, your risk is minimized.   **Higher Merchants Adoption** - Bitcoin Cash is global money with more than 2,651,820 merchants accepting it. You can pay for your hotels, air tickets, food/drinks, groceries, nightlife, and more with Bitcoin Cash today. Source: https://1bch.com/?action=showBitcoinCashBenefitsFrame While Bitcoin Cash adoption is growing very quickly every single day, Bitcoin is having declining adoption and if this trend continues then Bitcoin is on a dead end. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/NotAcceptingBitcoin/top/?sort=top&t=all   **Low Fees** – One of the advantages of using cryptocurrencies over traditional payment methods is the low fees. Due to the limited block size of BTC, fees have exceeded over $70/transaction during peak period. On the other hand, I have never paid more than 1 penny/transaction during my entire time in using Bitcoin Cash. This makes using Bitcoin Cash ideal for merchants, businesses, companies and everyday usage. The industries that may be disrupted such as Remittances, Payment Gateways, etc are worth trillions of dollars and Bitcoin Cash is well positioned for use cases in these industries.   **Lightning Network Problems And Vulnerabilities And Loss Funds** - Some people may claim Lightning Network will solve Bitcoin problems but it has failed to gain traction due to many problems and vulnerabilities, such as loss of funds, unreliable transactions (constantly failing), and many other vulnerabilities. Source: https://www.crypto-news-flash.com/why-does-the-bitcoin-lightning-network-fail-new-study-proves-inefficiency/ Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/researchers-scathing-lightning-network-analysis-finds-flaws/   **Tokens** - Bitcoin Cash has tokens to start taking some marketshare from Ethereum. Today, anyone can issue their own loyalty tokens or digital money on Bitcoin Cash from as low as 1 cent to mint it. It's incredibly easy and anyone can do it at https://mint.bitcoin.com/   **Better Privacy** - Bitcoin Cash has better privacy than BTC thanks to CashShuffle/CashFusion. You can enable it through the setting in the Electron Cash wallet and it's completely optional. If you don't want others to know how you spent your money, it is better to use Bitcoin Cash over BTC.   **Better Risk/Reward** - If BTC gains another 250 billion marketcap, it only 2x in price. But that same 250 billion will give you more than 50x your Bitcoin Cash investments. It is such a smarter option given the risk/rewards probabilities.   At the moment, the old BTC has network effects advantages just like how Friendster used to dominate the social networking space. It is inevitable that Bitcoin Cash will overtake BTC's marketcap in the end.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 13, 2020 14:38:39
/r/btc/comments/jafa0c/how_to_sell_your_bch_for_fiat_currency_using_okex/g8p9d1d/

Nothing against new websites but Bitcoin.com has spent lots of money towards supporting Bitcoin Cash. It just make sense to reciprocate the gesture.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 13, 2020 11:41:12
/r/btc/comments/jafa0c/how_to_sell_your_bch_for_fiat_currency_using_okex/g8p5rjq/

I would recommend https://local.bitcoin.com/ instead. The reason is simply because Bitcoin.com has done more good for Bitcoin Cash and as such, it is good to reciprocate the gesture.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 13, 2020 11:10:08
/r/btc/comments/jad7ps/bank_of_england_governor_says_bitcoin_makes_him/g8p406p/

> he could choose to join I was trying to get my banker friends to join (Bitcoin Cash) but it is difficult. They are very smart and well connected people but at the same time, it's hard to teach old dog new tricks. They want to stay with what they already knew, which from their perspective make sense given they are already tremendously wealthy (> $50m). The funny part is when they actually tried to convince me to get out of Bitcoin Cash because of legality reasons. I find that part funny because I am trying to pull them in but in return, they trying to pull me out. That was my cue to reduce my interactions with them, lol.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 13, 2020 10:54:15
/r/Bitcoincash/comments/ja80tw/bitcoin_cash_bch_up/g8p1o79/

Thanks, I appreciate that but the article is still wrong because it says using Bitcoin ABC is safe. It is dangerous to use Bitcoin ABC after 15th November because it will cause problems to whoever is using it. Everyone should be using BCHN to be safe.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on October 13, 2020 10:32:58
/r/btc/comments/jad7ps/bank_of_england_governor_says_bitcoin_makes_him/g8p0vxv/

Cool but I am only focused on Bitcoin Cash at the moment.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 13, 2020 10:25:39
/r/btc/comments/jad7ps/bank_of_england_governor_says_bitcoin_makes_him/g8ovssk/

> Bailey adds that he's "very nervous" about Bitcoin being used as a means of payment. Bitcoin is no longer being used as a means of payment. Bitcoin Cash still does though.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 13, 2020 09:35:36
/r/btc/comments/ja9dua/ifp/g8ocg5w/

The short answer is there won't be IFP for mid-november. Bitcoin Cash will upgrade normally in November, except the leading full node will become BCHN instead of ABC. Pretty much the entire Bitcoin Cash ecosystem is against ABC's IFP. Here are the evidence. Miners (BCHN has around 80% in favor while ABC has 0% in favor.) https://cash.coin.dance/blocks BCH ecosystem developers and infrastructure https://read.cash/@sha256_88ebd526/bitcoin-cash-bch-november-2020-upgrade-statement-8c743a0d Voting by coins from BCH investors https://votes.cash/ Roger Ver personal statement https://read.cash/@RogerVer/bitcoin-cash-was-going-great-until-this-ifp-nonsense-4065e280 Bitcoin.com official statement https://read.cash/@Bitcoin.com/bitcoincom-recommended-node-implementation-for-bitcoin-cash-prior-to-november-15th-2020-6740d6af BCH ecosystem businesses https://read.cash/@GeneralProtocols/joint-statement-on-aserti3-2d-algorithm-f98f0a2c General article of situation https://read.cash/@jonald_fyookball/amaurys-ifp-is-incompatible-with-bitcoin-cash-cadaec1a Futures market for ABC https://www.coinex.com/exchange?currency=BCH&dest=BCHA Critical mass of well known projects, adoption promoters, investors, etc on reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/f4qgry/lets_have_a_show_of_hands_who_supports_the_ifp/ In other words, the Bitcoin Cash businesses, miners, investors, infrastructure, developers, users will no longer be using ABC's full node after 15th Nov. Anyone still using ABC's full node will be wasting their electricity. We would recommend everyone to use the BCHN full node to minimize disruption for your own benefit.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 13, 2020 04:36:37
/r/btc/comments/ja8lta/the_ifp_part_4/g8o97y5/

> Because to me, the IFP is a no brainer in the same way that raising the block size limit should have been a no-brainer. Either the entire Bitcoin Cash ecosystem including the Bitcoin Cash businesses, miners, investors, infrastructure, developers, users, etc are all stupid and lack brains... Or maybe you're the one who is suffering from the Dunning–Kruger effect, where you think the entire world is stupid except yourself, the incredible genius. Pretty much the entire Bitcoin Cash ecosystem is against ABC's IFP. Here are the evidence. Miners (BCHN has around 80% in favor while ABC has 0% in favor.) https://cash.coin.dance/blocks BCH ecosystem developers and infrastructure https://read.cash/@sha256_88ebd526/bitcoin-cash-bch-november-2020-upgrade-statement-8c743a0d Voting by coins from BCH investors https://votes.cash/ Roger Ver personal statement https://read.cash/@RogerVer/bitcoin-cash-was-going-great-until-this-ifp-nonsense-4065e280 Bitcoin.com official statement https://read.cash/@Bitcoin.com/bitcoincom-recommended-node-implementation-for-bitcoin-cash-prior-to-november-15th-2020-6740d6af BCH ecosystem businesses https://read.cash/@GeneralProtocols/joint-statement-on-aserti3-2d-algorithm-f98f0a2c General article of situation https://read.cash/@jonald_fyookball/amaurys-ifp-is-incompatible-with-bitcoin-cash-cadaec1a Futures market for ABC https://www.coinex.com/exchange?currency=BCH&dest=BCHA Critical mass of well known projects, adoption promoters, investors, etc on reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/f4qgry/lets_have_a_show_of_hands_who_supports_the_ifp/ In other words, the Bitcoin Cash businesses, miners, investors, infrastructure, developers, users will no longer be using ABC's full node after 15th Nov. And they are all moving on without your permission. Even the people who talks big about supporting ABC dare not put money where their mouth is. Source: https://www.coinex.com/exchange?currency=BCH&dest=BCHA So even the most vocal Bitcoin ABC supporters do not have believe ABC is going to win, interesting, wasn't it?

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 13, 2020 03:34:35
/r/Bitcoincash/comments/ja80tw/bitcoin_cash_bch_up/g8o80w3/

This article is not accurate. The most likely outcome is that Bitcoin Cash will upgrade normally in November, except the leading full node will become BCHN instead of ABC. Pretty much the entire Bitcoin Cash ecosystem is against ABC's IFP. Here are the evidence. Miners (BCHN has around 80% in favor while ABC has 0% in favor.) https://cash.coin.dance/blocks BCH ecosystem developers and infrastructure https://read.cash/@sha256_88ebd526/bitcoin-cash-bch-november-2020-upgrade-statement-8c743a0d Voting by coins from BCH investors https://votes.cash/ Roger Ver personal statement https://read.cash/@RogerVer/bitcoin-cash-was-going-great-until-this-ifp-nonsense-4065e280 Bitcoin.com official statement https://read.cash/@Bitcoin.com/bitcoincom-recommended-node-implementation-for-bitcoin-cash-prior-to-november-15th-2020-6740d6af BCH ecosystem businesses https://read.cash/@GeneralProtocols/joint-statement-on-aserti3-2d-algorithm-f98f0a2c General article of situation https://read.cash/@jonald_fyookball/amaurys-ifp-is-incompatible-with-bitcoin-cash-cadaec1a Futures market for ABC https://www.coinex.com/exchange?currency=BCH&dest=BCHA Critical mass of well known projects, adoption promoters, investors, etc on reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/f4qgry/lets_have_a_show_of_hands_who_supports_the_ifp/ In other words, the Bitcoin Cash businesses, miners, investors, infrastructure, developers, users will no longer be using ABC's full node after 15th Nov. Anyone still using ABC's full node will be wasting their electricity. We would recommend everyone to use the BCHN full node to minimize disruption for your own benefit.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/Bitcoincash on October 13, 2020 03:13:02
/r/btc/comments/ja2v79/mildly_interesting_during_3_years_of_trolls/g8nwqmr/

I have heard such theory. I don't know if it's true or not but I like to act based on evidence. If there is any irrefutable evidence, then I'm willing to change my mind either ways.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 13, 2020 00:25:15
/r/btc/comments/ja2v79/mildly_interesting_during_3_years_of_trolls/g8nvkpy/

Your comments got downvoted by the bots, lol, I had to upvote it. I have a different opinion about the BCH/BSV fork. Maybe I am wrong but I still believe that the community being together would have been been better for everyone. Calvin Ayre is really good at promoting and marketing and someone like him is valuable. I would rather have him promoting BCH rather than BSV. We need such people in the ecosystem, the more the better.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 13, 2020 00:11:03
/r/btc/comments/ja2v79/mildly_interesting_during_3_years_of_trolls/g8nrpj2/

I really want Bitcoin Cash to be global money. At some point, the community will grow big enough where you will have people you don't like, we disagree with, we think are incredible idiots, in the Bitcoin Cash community. There is no way around that unless we remain small. I imagine that if we are all moving in the right direction (crypto over fiat), it doesn't matter to me if a bunch of them are idiots or something. Give me a crypto guy over a fiat guy anytime.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 12, 2020 23:28:11
/r/btc/comments/ja2v79/mildly_interesting_during_3_years_of_trolls/g8nm44d/

May I suggest not offending other coins like what the Bitcoin Maximalists are doing? It is better to have friends than enemies. At some point, some people holding those coins may want to come over to try Bitcoin Cash and being welcoming seems more likely to encourage them to do so.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 12, 2020 22:33:01
/r/btc/comments/ja0d5q/if_the_internet_werre_to_100_go_down_could_older/g8nlgds/

If the entire Internet goes down, Bitcoin Cash can still function through a mesh network. However, there is no point right now to create a solution for things that are extremely improbable to happen. (Eg. Asteroid strikes, super volcano eruptions, etc.)

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 12, 2020 22:26:28
/r/btc/comments/j9xpjy/bitcoin_cash_vs_bitcoin/g8nkndj/

As follows are my personal opinions on why I feel Bitcoin Cash is the future of digital cash over the outdated BTC.   **Better Security** – BTC has a vulnerability called RBF which increases the risk of double spending. Bitcoin Cash developers aim to make 0-confirmation transactions safe again so that anyone accepting Bitcoin Cash is much safer accepting payments without having to wait for multiple confirmations. This RBF security vulnerability exists only in BTC and not Bitcoin Cash. That's why Bitcoin Cash is more secure as a payment method. Here is an example of hackers stolen $150000 worth of BTC using the RBF security vulnerability. https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2019/03/14/double-spenders-scam-150000-bitcoin/ It is super easy to double spend on Bitcoin using the RBF vulnerability. Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/video-shows-how-easy-it-is-to-double-spend-btc-using-rbf/   **Improved Scalability** – BTC is limited to 1MB block size and even with Segwit activated, the capacity increase is only around 1.7x whereas the upgraded Bitcoin Cash blocks capacity is currently at 32x with no limitations. This means Bitcoin Cash can handle PayPal transactions volume today and be global money after a few more upgrades.   **Supply Scarcity** – During the fork from Bitcoin, some Bitcoin Cash supply were removed from active circulation due to users unable to claim their Bitcoin Cash from unsupported exchanges and wallets among other reasons. This means each Bitcoin Cash is actually more scarce than BTC.   **Improved Confirmation Times** – Due to the limited block size of BTC, some users were made to wait days for their transactions to be confirmed. Contrast this to Bitcoin Cash where transactions may be accepted immediately with less risk and you can see why it makes sense to use Bitcoin Cash. In other words, if you are a shop owner and you just sold a cup of coffee and some sandwiches, and you accept the old BTC, you may have to wait hours for the transaction to be confirmed because the customer may use RBF to void the original payment. With Bitcoin Cash, your risk is minimized.   **Higher Merchants Adoption** - Bitcoin Cash is global money with more than 2,651,820 merchants accepting it. You can pay for your hotels, air tickets, food/drinks, groceries, nightlife, and more with Bitcoin Cash today. Source: https://1bch.com/?action=showBitcoinCashBenefitsFrame While Bitcoin Cash adoption is growing very quickly every single day, Bitcoin is having declining adoption and if this trend continues then Bitcoin is on a dead end. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/NotAcceptingBitcoin/top/?sort=top&t=all   **Low Fees** – One of the advantages of using cryptocurrencies over traditional payment methods is the low fees. Due to the limited block size of BTC, fees have exceeded over $70/transaction during peak period. On the other hand, I have never paid more than 1 penny/transaction during my entire time in using Bitcoin Cash. This makes using Bitcoin Cash ideal for merchants, businesses, companies and everyday usage. The industries that may be disrupted such as Remittances, Payment Gateways, etc are worth trillions of dollars and Bitcoin Cash is well positioned for use cases in these industries.   **Lightning Network Problems And Vulnerabilities And Loss Funds** - Some people may claim Lightning Network will solve Bitcoin problems but it has failed to gain traction due to many problems and vulnerabilities, such as loss of funds, unreliable transactions (constantly failing), and many other vulnerabilities. Source: https://www.crypto-news-flash.com/why-does-the-bitcoin-lightning-network-fail-new-study-proves-inefficiency/ Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/researchers-scathing-lightning-network-analysis-finds-flaws/   **Tokens** - Bitcoin Cash has tokens to start taking some marketshare from Ethereum. Today, anyone can issue their own loyalty tokens or digital money on Bitcoin Cash from as low as 1 cent to mint it. It's incredibly easy and anyone can do it at https://mint.bitcoin.com/   **Better Privacy** - Bitcoin Cash has better privacy than BTC thanks to CashShuffle/CashFusion. You can enable it through the setting in the Electron Cash wallet and it's completely optional. If you don't want others to know how you spent your money, it is better to use Bitcoin Cash over BTC.   **Better Risk/Reward** - If BTC gains another 250 billion marketcap, it only 2x in price. But that same 250 billion will give you more than 50x your Bitcoin Cash investments. It is such a smarter option given the risk/rewards probabilities.   At the moment, the old BTC has network effects advantages just like how Friendster used to dominate the social networking space. It is inevitable that Bitcoin Cash will overtake BTC's marketcap in the end.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 12, 2020 22:18:34
/r/btc/comments/j9skrn/large_companies_buying_bitcoin_is_great_but/g8njvmk/

Ever since Bitcoin had an upgrade into Bitcoin Cash on 1st August 2017, I have been bullish for Bitcoin Cash’s long term future. As follows are my personal opinions on why I feel Bitcoin Cash is the future of digital cash over the outdated BTC.   **Better Security** – BTC has a vulnerability called RBF which increases the risk of double spending. Bitcoin Cash developers aim to make 0-confirmation transactions safe again so that anyone accepting Bitcoin Cash is much safer accepting payments without having to wait for multiple confirmations. This RBF security vulnerability exists only in BTC and not Bitcoin Cash. That's why Bitcoin Cash is more secure as a payment method. Here is an example of hackers stolen $150000 worth of BTC using the RBF security vulnerability. https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2019/03/14/double-spenders-scam-150000-bitcoin/ It is super easy to double spend on Bitcoin using the RBF vulnerability. Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/video-shows-how-easy-it-is-to-double-spend-btc-using-rbf/   **Improved Scalability** – BTC is limited to 1MB block size and even with Segwit activated, the capacity increase is only around 1.7x whereas the upgraded Bitcoin Cash blocks capacity is currently at 32x with no limitations. This means Bitcoin Cash can handle PayPal transactions volume today and be global money after a few more upgrades.   **Supply Scarcity** – During the fork from Bitcoin, some Bitcoin Cash supply were removed from active circulation due to users unable to claim their Bitcoin Cash from unsupported exchanges and wallets among other reasons. This means each Bitcoin Cash is actually more scarce than BTC.   **Improved Confirmation Times** – Due to the limited block size of BTC, some users were made to wait days for their transactions to be confirmed. Contrast this to Bitcoin Cash where transactions may be accepted immediately with less risk and you can see why it makes sense to use Bitcoin Cash. In other words, if you are a shop owner and you just sold a cup of coffee and some sandwiches, and you accept the old BTC, you may have to wait hours for the transaction to be confirmed because the customer may use RBF to void the original payment. With Bitcoin Cash, your risk is minimized.   **Higher Merchants Adoption** - Bitcoin Cash is global money with more than 2,651,820 merchants accepting it. You can pay for your hotels, air tickets, food/drinks, groceries, nightlife, and more with Bitcoin Cash today. Source: https://1bch.com/?action=showBitcoinCashBenefitsFrame While Bitcoin Cash adoption is growing very quickly every single day, Bitcoin is having declining adoption and if this trend continues then Bitcoin is on a dead end. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/NotAcceptingBitcoin/top/?sort=top&t=all   **Low Fees** – One of the advantages of using cryptocurrencies over traditional payment methods is the low fees. Due to the limited block size of BTC, fees have exceeded over $70/transaction during peak period. On the other hand, I have never paid more than 1 penny/transaction during my entire time in using Bitcoin Cash. This makes using Bitcoin Cash ideal for merchants, businesses, companies and everyday usage. The industries that may be disrupted such as Remittances, Payment Gateways, etc are worth trillions of dollars and Bitcoin Cash is well positioned for use cases in these industries.   **Lightning Network Problems And Vulnerabilities And Loss Funds** - Some people may claim Lightning Network will solve Bitcoin problems but it has failed to gain traction due to many problems and vulnerabilities, such as loss of funds, unreliable transactions (constantly failing), and many other vulnerabilities. Source: https://www.crypto-news-flash.com/why-does-the-bitcoin-lightning-network-fail-new-study-proves-inefficiency/ Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/researchers-scathing-lightning-network-analysis-finds-flaws/   **Tokens** - Bitcoin Cash has tokens to start taking some marketshare from Ethereum. Today, anyone can issue their own loyalty tokens or digital money on Bitcoin Cash from as low as 1 cent to mint it. It's incredibly easy and anyone can do it at https://mint.bitcoin.com/   **Better Privacy** - Bitcoin Cash has better privacy than BTC thanks to CashShuffle/CashFusion. You can enable it through the setting in the Electron Cash wallet and it's completely optional. If you don't want others to know how you spent your money, it is better to use Bitcoin Cash over BTC.   **Better Risk/Reward** - If BTC gains another 250 billion marketcap, it only 2x in price. But that same 250 billion will give you more than 50x your Bitcoin Cash investments. It is such a smarter option given the risk/rewards probabilities.   At the moment, the old BTC has network effects advantages just like how Friendster used to dominate the social networking space. It is inevitable that Bitcoin Cash will overtake BTC's marketcap in the end.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 12, 2020 22:10:58
/r/btc/comments/j9oju6/will_bitcoin_cash_and_bitcoin_abc_hardfork_and/g8kxpbw/

The most likely outcome is that Bitcoin Cash will upgrade without much incident, except the leading full node will become BCHN instead of ABC. Pretty much the entire Bitcoin Cash ecosystem is against ABC's IFP. Here are the evidence. - Miners (BCHN has around 80% in favor while ABC has 0% in favor.) https://cash.coin.dance/blocks - BCH ecosystem developers and infrastructure https://read.cash/@sha256_88ebd526/bitcoin-cash-bch-november-2020-upgrade-statement-8c743a0d - Voting by coins from BCH investors https://votes.cash/ - Roger Ver personal statement https://read.cash/@RogerVer/bitcoin-cash-was-going-great-until-this-ifp-nonsense-4065e280 - Bitcoin.com official statement https://read.cash/@Bitcoin.com/bitcoincom-recommended-node-implementation-for-bitcoin-cash-prior-to-november-15th-2020-6740d6af - BCH ecosystem businesses https://read.cash/@GeneralProtocols/joint-statement-on-aserti3-2d-algorithm-f98f0a2c - General article of situation https://read.cash/@jonald_fyookball/amaurys-ifp-is-incompatible-with-bitcoin-cash-cadaec1a - Futures market for ABC https://www.coinex.com/exchange?currency=BCH&dest=BCHA - Critical mass of well known projects, adoption promoters, investors, etc on reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/f4qgry/lets_have_a_show_of_hands_who_supports_the_ifp/

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 12, 2020 07:13:21
/r/btc/comments/j8wrs6/flipstarter_bch_educational_center/g8khg5a/

For your info, I have been observing downvote bots in action recently in this subreddit. Even normally favorable contents are downvoted. This makes me more motivated to grow Bitcoin Cash adoption. These people are deliberately trying to cause problems to Bitcoin Cash and the only way to react to that is to onboard more people into the Bitcoin Cash ecosystem.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 12, 2020 02:10:08
/r/btc/comments/j96tei/what_to_do_if_you_were_in_my_place_problems/g8ici43/

>The funds could be borrowed or he's safekeeping them for someone else This is similar for fiat as well.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 11, 2020 14:18:45
/r/btc/comments/j917ia/algorithm_for_starting_to_accept_payments_in_btc/g8ic35y/

>A HD address might be what you need as this allows you to generate many addresses from a single private key. I think you mean generate many addresses from the seed words? I am not sure you can have 1 private key generate multiple public keys (or public addresses).

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 11, 2020 14:15:08
/r/btc/comments/j99a29/bitcoin_represents_the_great_reset_of_the_current/g8i9ulh/

Ever since Bitcoin had an upgrade into Bitcoin Cash on 1st August 2017, I have been bullish for Bitcoin Cash’s long term future. As follows are my personal opinions on why I feel Bitcoin Cash is the future of digital cash over the outdated BTC.   **Better Security** – BTC has a vulnerability called RBF which increases the risk of double spending. Bitcoin Cash developers aim to make 0-confirmation transactions safe again so that anyone accepting Bitcoin Cash is much safer accepting payments without having to wait for multiple confirmations. This RBF security vulnerability exists only in BTC and not Bitcoin Cash. That's why Bitcoin Cash is more secure as a payment method. Here is an example of hackers stolen $150000 worth of BTC using the RBF security vulnerability. https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2019/03/14/double-spenders-scam-150000-bitcoin/ It is super easy to double spend on Bitcoin using the RBF vulnerability. Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/video-shows-how-easy-it-is-to-double-spend-btc-using-rbf/   **Improved Scalability** – BTC is limited to 1MB block size and even with Segwit activated, the capacity increase is only around 1.7x whereas the upgraded Bitcoin Cash blocks capacity is currently at 32x with no limitations. This means Bitcoin Cash can handle PayPal transactions volume today and be global money after a few more upgrades.   **Supply Scarcity** – During the fork from Bitcoin, some Bitcoin Cash supply were removed from active circulation due to users unable to claim their Bitcoin Cash from unsupported exchanges and wallets among other reasons. This means each Bitcoin Cash is actually more scarce than BTC.   **Improved Confirmation Times** – Due to the limited block size of BTC, some users were made to wait days for their transactions to be confirmed. Contrast this to Bitcoin Cash where transactions may be accepted immediately with less risk and you can see why it makes sense to use Bitcoin Cash. In other words, if you are a shop owner and you just sold a cup of coffee and some sandwiches, and you accept the old BTC, you may have to wait hours for the transaction to be confirmed because the customer may use RBF to void the original payment. With Bitcoin Cash, your risk is minimized.   **Higher Merchants Adoption** - Bitcoin Cash is global money with more than 2,651,820 merchants accepting it. You can pay for your hotels, air tickets, food/drinks, groceries, nightlife, and more with Bitcoin Cash today. Source: https://1bch.com/?action=showBitcoinCashBenefitsFrame While Bitcoin Cash adoption is growing very quickly every single day, Bitcoin is having declining adoption and if this trend continues then Bitcoin is on a dead end. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/NotAcceptingBitcoin/top/?sort=top&t=all   **Low Fees** – One of the advantages of using cryptocurrencies over traditional payment methods is the low fees. Due to the limited block size of BTC, fees have exceeded over $70/transaction during peak period. On the other hand, I have never paid more than 1 penny/transaction during my entire time in using Bitcoin Cash. This makes using Bitcoin Cash ideal for merchants, businesses, companies and everyday usage. The industries that may be disrupted such as Remittances, Payment Gateways, etc are worth trillions of dollars and Bitcoin Cash is well positioned for use cases in these industries.   **Lightning Network Problems And Vulnerabilities And Loss Funds** - Some people may claim Lightning Network will solve Bitcoin problems but it has failed to gain traction due to many problems and vulnerabilities, such as loss of funds, unreliable transactions (constantly failing), and many other vulnerabilities. Source: https://www.crypto-news-flash.com/why-does-the-bitcoin-lightning-network-fail-new-study-proves-inefficiency/ Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/researchers-scathing-lightning-network-analysis-finds-flaws/   **Tokens** - Bitcoin Cash has tokens to start taking some marketshare from Ethereum. Today, anyone can issue their own loyalty tokens or digital money on Bitcoin Cash from as low as 1 cent to mint it. It's incredibly easy and anyone can do it at https://mint.bitcoin.com/   **Better Privacy** - Bitcoin Cash has better privacy than BTC thanks to CashShuffle/CashFusion. You can enable it through the setting in the Electron Cash wallet and it's completely optional. If you don't want others to know how you spent your money, it is better to use Bitcoin Cash over BTC.   **Better Risk/Reward** - If BTC gains another 250 billion marketcap, it only 2x in price. But that same 250 billion will give you more than 50x your Bitcoin Cash investments. It is such a smarter option given the risk/rewards probabilities.   At the moment, the old BTC has network effects advantages just like how Friendster used to dominate the social networking space. It is inevitable that Bitcoin Cash will overtake BTC's marketcap in the end.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 11, 2020 13:56:00
/r/btc/comments/j97qqc/detoken/g8hwy43/

Something like a non-custodial exchange is much more difficult to develop and I can understand why it has some delays. It is really good to see users chasing after them to launch. I'm looking forward to the launch too.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 11, 2020 12:01:01
/r/btc/comments/j96tei/what_to_do_if_you_were_in_my_place_problems/g8htgy4/

Do they accept proof of such amount in Bitcoin Cash? If yes, you can sign a message with your private key (easy to do with Electron Cash wallet), showing that you own the Bitcoin Cash in that wallet address, without them able to access it nor freeze it. However, you need to confirm with them if such proof is sufficient because most people, I assume, don't know much about crypto nor public/private keys.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 11, 2020 11:27:55
/r/btc/comments/j917ia/algorithm_for_starting_to_accept_payments_in_btc/g8g9iax/

I would recommend you to use Bitcoin Cash instead because... 1) Every transaction cost less than 1 cent in fees (BTC cost few dollars to more than $20 per transaction during peak periods). No customer with common sense would pay with BTC when they have to pay $20 transaction fees for a $5 item. 2) With the Bitcoin.com Register App, you don't need coding to start accepting Bitcoin Cash. It is super easy and watch only. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bitcoin.merchant.app 3) BTC has a security vulnerability known as RBF which cause merchants to lose money. Bitcoin Cash is more secure because it doesn't have RBF. Here is an example of hackers stolen $150000 worth of BTC using the RBF security vulnerability. https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2019/03/14/double-spenders-scam-150000-bitcoin/ It is super easy to double spend on Bitcoin using the RBF vulnerability. Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/video-shows-how-easy-it-is-to-double-spend-btc-using-rbf/

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 11, 2020 03:40:10
/r/btc/comments/j90wws/planning_and_marketing_is_the_best_for_bch/g8g6o2r/

That is a really good idea. I love it.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 11, 2020 03:16:59
/r/btc/comments/j8i77f/localbitcoincash_security_breach_all_funds_safe/g8erou0/

Interesting, thanks for sharing!

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 10, 2020 21:35:12
/r/btc/comments/j8i77f/localbitcoincash_security_breach_all_funds_safe/g8en7p6/

Correct me if I am wrong, but Mt Gox was already compromised before Mark Karpeles took over. > I wouldn't say MtGox had that many resources either If I remember right, Mt Gox was the largest Bitcoin exchange at that time.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 10, 2020 21:11:10
/r/btc/comments/j8i77f/localbitcoincash_security_breach_all_funds_safe/g8eb9s0/

> people don't learn from scolding. I am not sure scolding or insulting others is the best way to get them to learn something. That MrRGnome guy who criticized others about not reading on using the optimal encryption algorithm, himself is not reading up on the optimal communication technique, is ironic and I wonder if he realizes this. Also in hindsight, if I have to choose, I will choose using a less optimal encryption algorithm over losing millions of dollars any day. I am pretty sure our investors are happy to see the millions back in their wallet more so than other things.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 10, 2020 20:04:47
/r/btc/comments/j8i77f/localbitcoincash_security_breach_all_funds_safe/g8dv89t/

It is true that our team did not do everything perfect. However, consider the following. Even the largest exchanges such as Bitfinex, Binance, Mt Gox, Bitstamp, etc with much more resources than us had lost funds when they were hacked, every single one of those above mentioned exchanges lost millions or billions during those events. LocalBitcoinCash did not lose even a single dollar and we are an incredibly small team. We just made certain tradeoffs knowing well that we are not perfect. Ironically, if we had been arrogant like you, with a know-it-all attitude, then the outcome may have been different. =)

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 10, 2020 18:39:33
/r/btc/comments/j89u5b/if_you_were_about_to_get_50k_cash_would_you_buy/g8c0yed/

> Discussing anything pro-Bitcoin So you admit that you can discuss Bitcoin stuff here, which makes this a place to discuss all things related to Bitcoin. I can't help it if people dislikes the slow expensive unreliable Bitcoin and prefers the fast cheap reliable Bitcoin Cash. That's just the smart thing to do. =D I would encourage people new to Bitcoin to have $5 worth of BTC and $5 worth of BCH in your own wallet, then try sending $1 of each to yourself to understand why people loves Bitcoin Cash. =)

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 10, 2020 11:59:46
/r/btc/comments/j8i77f/localbitcoincash_security_breach_all_funds_safe/g8blw99/

> Are you planning to publish the details of the breach to Have I Been Pwned? If there is an easy way to do it, then we will. If not, then we rather not waste the time because we are busy with other things at the moment.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 10, 2020 10:02:16
/r/btc/comments/j8keoq/profiting_off_bch_fork/g8bljqs/

> Thinking of a way to profit off this entire ordeal. My advice to gamblers is don't gamble, lol.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 10, 2020 09:59:41
/r/btc/comments/j8i77f/localbitcoincash_security_breach_all_funds_safe/g8beizr/

If I remember correctly, I told them (Emil + Dennis) before they can have it for free. As long as Bitcoin Cash succeed, it benefits all BCH investors (myself included) so that's fine for me. I think they preferred to use the Bitcoin.com domain instead, which make sense.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 10, 2020 09:02:21
/r/btc/comments/j8i77f/localbitcoincash_security_breach_all_funds_safe/g8bd90z/

Thanks for sharing, will read more about that!

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 10, 2020 08:49:57
/r/btc/comments/j8i77f/localbitcoincash_security_breach_all_funds_safe/g8ayibw/

Yes and diverting users to Local.Bitcoin.com instead.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 10, 2020 06:33:37
/r/btc/comments/j8ebmf/kindly_support_my_business_thankyou/g8agdga/

Looks really good. You can give customers the option to pay in Philippines Peso and get their change back in Bitcoin Cash! I would love to work with you on this. Will message you privately. Give me a couple of days (to msg you with a plan).

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 10, 2020 01:19:39
/r/btc/comments/j89u5b/if_you_were_about_to_get_50k_cash_would_you_buy/g89qy5w/

You can verify for yourself. Try sending $1 worth of BTC and $1 worth of Bitcoin Cash to yourself to see which one gives you a better user experience. Most people like myself sold BTC for Bitcoin Cash because it works better and accepted in more places worldwide. https://map.bitcoin.com/ shows where you can spend your Bitcoin Cash.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 9, 2020 20:36:39
/r/btc/comments/j89u5b/if_you_were_about_to_get_50k_cash_would_you_buy/g89qtmb/

The comment got downvoted for lying. This subreddit is for discussing things related to Bitcoin.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 9, 2020 20:35:23
/r/btc/comments/j89u5b/if_you_were_about_to_get_50k_cash_would_you_buy/g89mv7d/

Ever since Bitcoin had an upgrade into Bitcoin Cash on 1st August 2017, I have been bullish for Bitcoin Cash’s long term future. As follows are my personal opinions on why I feel Bitcoin Cash is the future of digital cash over the outdated BTC.   **Better Security** – BTC has a vulnerability called RBF which increases the risk of double spending. Bitcoin Cash developers aim to make 0-confirmation transactions safe again so that anyone accepting Bitcoin Cash is much safer accepting payments without having to wait for multiple confirmations. This RBF security vulnerability exists only in BTC and not Bitcoin Cash. That's why Bitcoin Cash is more secure as a payment method. Here is an example of hackers stolen $150000 worth of BTC using the RBF security vulnerability. https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2019/03/14/double-spenders-scam-150000-bitcoin/ It is super easy to double spend on Bitcoin using the RBF vulnerability. Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/video-shows-how-easy-it-is-to-double-spend-btc-using-rbf/   **Improved Scalability** – BTC is limited to 1MB block size and even with Segwit activated, the capacity increase is only around 1.7x whereas the upgraded Bitcoin Cash blocks capacity is currently at 32x with no limitations. This means Bitcoin Cash can handle PayPal transactions volume today and be global money after a few more upgrades.   **Supply Scarcity** – During the fork from Bitcoin, some Bitcoin Cash supply were removed from active circulation due to users unable to claim their Bitcoin Cash from unsupported exchanges and wallets among other reasons. This means each Bitcoin Cash is actually more scarce than BTC.   **Improved Confirmation Times** – Due to the limited block size of BTC, some users were made to wait days for their transactions to be confirmed. Contrast this to Bitcoin Cash where transactions may be accepted immediately with less risk and you can see why it makes sense to use Bitcoin Cash. In other words, if you are a shop owner and you just sold a cup of coffee and some sandwiches, and you accept the old BTC, you may have to wait hours for the transaction to be confirmed because the customer may use RBF to void the original payment. With Bitcoin Cash, your risk is minimized.   **Higher Merchants Adoption** - Bitcoin Cash is global money with more than 2,651,820 merchants accepting it. You can pay for your hotels, air tickets, food/drinks, groceries, nightlife, and more with Bitcoin Cash today. Source: https://1bch.com/?action=showBitcoinCashBenefitsFrame While Bitcoin Cash adoption is growing very quickly every single day, Bitcoin is having declining adoption and if this trend continues then Bitcoin is on a dead end. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/NotAcceptingBitcoin/top/?sort=top&t=all   **Low Fees** – One of the advantages of using cryptocurrencies over traditional payment methods is the low fees. Due to the limited block size of BTC, fees have exceeded over $70/transaction during peak period. On the other hand, I have never paid more than 1 penny/transaction during my entire time in using Bitcoin Cash. This makes using Bitcoin Cash ideal for merchants, businesses, companies and everyday usage. The industries that may be disrupted such as Remittances, Payment Gateways, etc are worth trillions of dollars and Bitcoin Cash is well positioned for use cases in these industries.   **Lightning Network Problems And Vulnerabilities And Loss Funds** - Some people may claim Lightning Network will solve Bitcoin problems but it has failed to gain traction due to many problems and vulnerabilities, such as loss of funds, unreliable transactions (constantly failing), and many other vulnerabilities. Source: https://www.crypto-news-flash.com/why-does-the-bitcoin-lightning-network-fail-new-study-proves-inefficiency/ Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/researchers-scathing-lightning-network-analysis-finds-flaws/   **Tokens** - Bitcoin Cash has tokens to start taking some marketshare from Ethereum. Today, anyone can issue their own loyalty tokens or digital money on Bitcoin Cash from as low as 1 cent to mint it. It's incredibly easy and anyone can do it at https://mint.bitcoin.com/   **Better Privacy** - Bitcoin Cash has better privacy than BTC thanks to CashShuffle/CashFusion. You can enable it through the setting in the Electron Cash wallet and it's completely optional. If you don't want others to know how you spent your money, it is better to use Bitcoin Cash over BTC.   **Better Risk/Reward** - If BTC gains another 250 billion marketcap, it only 2x in price. But that same 250 billion will give you more than 50x your Bitcoin Cash investments. It is such a smarter option given the risk/rewards probabilities.   At the moment, the old BTC has network effects advantages just like how Friendster used to dominate the social networking space. It is inevitable that Bitcoin Cash will overtake BTC's marketcap in the end.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 9, 2020 19:54:13
/r/btc/comments/j82h4i/the_ifp_part_3/g89fk7v/

Adding support to your comment, I also think that Amaury is already a rogue dictator. He wants to force an 8% extortion attempt into Bitcoin Cash against the desire of the entire ecosystem (businesses + infrastructure + users + miners + all other full node teams + developers + investors). Source: https://read.cash/@georgedonnelly/amaury-sechet-is-forking-bitcoin-abc-away-from-bitcoin-cash-b6e9b793 Source: https://www.coinex.com/activity/bch-fork Source: https://votes.cash/ If Amaury is willing to sabotage the efforts of others from building on Bitcoin Cash, in order to get what he wants, that is a red flag. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/i32k7m/dark_secrets_of_the_grasberg_daa/g0cknap/ Here is Amaury saying that he is willing to become Blockstream and hold the network ransom if he does not get what he wants. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/i32k7m/dark_secrets_of_the_grasberg_daa/g09umet/ Amaury doesn't care about Bitcoin Cash, all he cares about is money for himself. Source: https://sigma.rcimg.net/images/0/8/d/NilacTheGrim/78e8e314/d6c1d2a752915ab79eb55ceaef399c9d.png Source: https://sigma.rcimg.net/images/0/8/d/NilacTheGrim/78e8e314/c9b7462d48ece6f00eadb10d0624bb57.png In the last 4 years alone... Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with BU. Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with Bitcoin.com Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with former BCH community (now BSV) Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with BCHN. Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with Jonathan Toomin on the DAA. Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with some of the current BCH builders and supporters. Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with big investors like Justin Bons Cyber Capital. Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with someone who donated money to them in the past (eg. Marc De Mesel). Let's call the IFP for what it is, if a person is willing to sabotage or cause harm to you when you don't give him money, that is an extortion attempt.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 9, 2020 18:40:27
/r/btc/comments/j85ogu/an_update_on_my_book_why_cryptocurrencies/g89edge/

I was probably one of those that read the whole thing some time back and I also recommended it to others. I think we need more people like you to help spread awareness about crypto and Bitcoin Cash. Keep up the good work!

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 9, 2020 18:28:41
/r/btc/comments/j85edy/is_amaury_actually_long_on_bch_and_short_on_abcifp/g89dxd7/

> Maybe he simply wants to reap that IFP without damaging the actual BCH. He already has and is still damaging BCH. If Bitcoin ABC is willing to sabotage the efforts of others from building on Bitcoin Cash, in order to get what he/she wants, I would qualify such actions as harmful to Bitcoin Cash. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/i32k7m/dark_secrets_of_the_grasberg_daa/g0cknap/ Here is Amaury (Bitcoin ABC) saying that he is willing to become Blockstream and hold the network ransom if he does not get what he wants. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/i32k7m/dark_secrets_of_the_grasberg_daa/g09umet/ Amaury (Bitcoin ABC) doesn't care about Bitcoin Cash, all he cares about is money for himself. Source: https://sigma.rcimg.net/images/0/8/d/NilacTheGrim/78e8e314/d6c1d2a752915ab79eb55ceaef399c9d.png Source: https://sigma.rcimg.net/images/0/8/d/NilacTheGrim/78e8e314/c9b7462d48ece6f00eadb10d0624bb57.png In the last 4 years alone... Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with BU. Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with Bitcoin.com Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with former BCH community (now BSV) Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with BCHN. Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with Jonathan Toomin on the DAA. Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with some of the current BCH builders and supporters. Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with big investors like Justin Bons Cyber Capital. Bitcoin ABC has conflicts with someone who donated money to them in the past (eg. Marc De Mesel). Let's call the IFP for what it is, if a person is willing to sabotage or cause harm to you when you don't give him money, that is an extortion attempt. > He already told he will have no issue losing the ticker. Yeah, if I had already lost, I have no issue with losing either, lol. It's not a choice but it sure sounds good with such a worthless statement. Someone who has no qualms extorting 8% from the network will also not hesitate to extort 16% or 32% or 50% next time.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 9, 2020 18:24:14
/r/btc/comments/j83ts8/you_dont_need_to_buy_1_full_btc_directly_consider/g89d6eb/

Ever since Bitcoin had an upgrade into Bitcoin Cash on 1st August 2017, I have been bullish for Bitcoin Cash’s long term future. As follows are my personal opinions on why I feel Bitcoin Cash is the future of digital cash over the outdated BTC.   **Better Security** – BTC has a vulnerability called RBF which increases the risk of double spending. Bitcoin Cash developers aim to make 0-confirmation transactions safe again so that anyone accepting Bitcoin Cash is much safer accepting payments without having to wait for multiple confirmations. This RBF security vulnerability exists only in BTC and not Bitcoin Cash. That's why Bitcoin Cash is more secure as a payment method. Here is an example of hackers stolen $150000 worth of BTC using the RBF security vulnerability. https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2019/03/14/double-spenders-scam-150000-bitcoin/ It is super easy to double spend on Bitcoin using the RBF vulnerability. Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/video-shows-how-easy-it-is-to-double-spend-btc-using-rbf/   **Improved Scalability** – BTC is limited to 1MB block size and even with Segwit activated, the capacity increase is only around 1.7x whereas the upgraded Bitcoin Cash blocks capacity is currently at 32x with no limitations. This means Bitcoin Cash can handle PayPal transactions volume today and be global money after a few more upgrades.   **Supply Scarcity** – During the fork from Bitcoin, some Bitcoin Cash supply were removed from active circulation due to users unable to claim their Bitcoin Cash from unsupported exchanges and wallets among other reasons. This means each Bitcoin Cash is actually more scarce than BTC.   **Improved Confirmation Times** – Due to the limited block size of BTC, some users were made to wait days for their transactions to be confirmed. Contrast this to Bitcoin Cash where transactions may be accepted immediately with less risk and you can see why it makes sense to use Bitcoin Cash. In other words, if you are a shop owner and you just sold a cup of coffee and some sandwiches, and you accept the old BTC, you may have to wait hours for the transaction to be confirmed because the customer may use RBF to void the original payment. With Bitcoin Cash, your risk is minimized.   **Higher Merchants Adoption** - Bitcoin Cash is global money with more than 2,651,820 merchants accepting it. You can pay for your hotels, air tickets, food/drinks, groceries, nightlife, and more with Bitcoin Cash today. Source: https://1bch.com/?action=showBitcoinCashBenefitsFrame While Bitcoin Cash adoption is growing very quickly every single day, Bitcoin is having declining adoption and if this trend continues then Bitcoin is on a dead end. Source: https://np.reddit.com/r/NotAcceptingBitcoin/top/?sort=top&t=all   **Low Fees** – One of the advantages of using cryptocurrencies over traditional payment methods is the low fees. Due to the limited block size of BTC, fees have exceeded over $70/transaction during peak period. On the other hand, I have never paid more than 1 penny/transaction during my entire time in using Bitcoin Cash. This makes using Bitcoin Cash ideal for merchants, businesses, companies and everyday usage. The industries that may be disrupted such as Remittances, Payment Gateways, etc are worth trillions of dollars and Bitcoin Cash is well positioned for use cases in these industries.   **Lightning Network Problems And Vulnerabilities And Loss Funds** - Some people may claim Lightning Network will solve Bitcoin problems but it has failed to gain traction due to many problems and vulnerabilities, such as loss of funds, unreliable transactions (constantly failing), and many other vulnerabilities. Source: https://www.crypto-news-flash.com/why-does-the-bitcoin-lightning-network-fail-new-study-proves-inefficiency/ Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/researchers-scathing-lightning-network-analysis-finds-flaws/   **Tokens** - Bitcoin Cash has tokens to start taking some marketshare from Ethereum. Today, anyone can issue their own loyalty tokens or digital money on Bitcoin Cash from as low as 1 cent to mint it. It's incredibly easy and anyone can do it at https://mint.bitcoin.com/   **Better Privacy** - Bitcoin Cash has better privacy than BTC thanks to CashShuffle/CashFusion. You can enable it through the setting in the Electron Cash wallet and it's completely optional. If you don't want others to know how you spent your money, it is better to use Bitcoin Cash over BTC.   **Better Risk/Reward** - If BTC gains another 250 billion marketcap, it only 2x in price. But that same 250 billion will give you more than 50x your Bitcoin Cash investments. It is such a smarter option given the risk/rewards probabilities.   At the moment, the old BTC has network effects advantages just like how Friendster used to dominate the social networking space. It is inevitable that Bitcoin Cash will overtake BTC's marketcap in the end.

Commented by /u/MobTwo in /r/btc on October 9, 2020 18:16:50
Top