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https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/7h707h/using_bch_wallets_for_usernamepassword_logins/

I am not sure if this was explored before... This idea explores how we can use BCH wallets to facilitate website-accounts without usernames/passwords. We already have a similar example with WhatsApp browser app. Briefly, it works as follows: 1. Users visit http://web.whatsapp.com website in your browser. 2. WhatsApp website displays a QR-code on the screen. 3. Users open the WhatsApp app on iPhone/Android scan the QR code. 4. Most likely, WhatsApp app informs the WhatsApp web-server the QR-code and authentication details, which identifies the webpage-session with the QR-code and updates it with the user data. I am thinking, we can generalize this with BCH wallet app for any website as follows: * Basic Mechanism 1. Input Address of a transaction can uniquely identify an user. 2. A transaction with a specific Input Address proves ownership. * New User Sign-Up Users input their Name, Email address, etc. details in the Sign-Up page and then website displays a *unique* BCH address asking the users to send a transaction to the displayed address from their wallet. New user sign-up will complete when the website notices the transaction on the receive address. All Input Addresses of the transaction are now associated with the specific user account. Note: Website may return the amount to (one of the) Input Addresses. Note: Website may provide users the ability to add or remove one or more Input Addresses to represent the user. * Existing User Login Login page for existing users displays a QR-code that is *common* for all users. When a user sends BCH to this address, website can identify the user account based on the transaction Input Addresses. A valid transaction also serves as authentication for that user. * Extra Notes Above setup uses transactions to identify and authenticate user accounts. A zero transaction fee is preferred for such use cases, so that users don't end up paying for every login. It would be easier if website can directly receive the transaction on an URL from the wallet app so that it can validate the transaction and never send it over the P2P network. Perhaps, QR-code could embed this as the preferred payment protocol.

posted by /u/freesid in /r/btc on December 2, 2017 21:09:14

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/7gkf7x/the_big_picture_for_bch_future/

First post. This is a small note for the long-term BCH hodlers. With the recent pricing events, we may lose the sight of bigger picture, so I want to mention the following: * With the current level of average fees, BTC has effectively removed itself from the VISA market. VISA market represents day-to-day purchases (online, offline, face-to-face, etc.) which is a high volume, low latency ecosystem. BTC fees and confirmation times are just unacceptable here . BTC fees are just ridiculous if you think of NON-US world. I don't see any player who wants to capture this space except BCH. Technology wise, all crypto currencies are more or less equally capable, but that doesn't mean they could lead any and every market. ETH is not interested in the VISA market cause it just wants to do smart-contracts and ICOs -- which is a huge space in itself. LTC could be a choice, but LTC development has no strong vision -- it seems there really is nothing innovative came from the LTC community. * By positioning itself as a store of value and alienating community members with differing ideas, BTC has effectively put itself in the Investment-Only markets. This is a huge market where money moves somewhat slowly and in large amounts. Also, investment markets across nation boundaries are hugely different. If you compare US investment market with any 3rd world investment markets, I don't think BTC fees will ever be acceptable outside US. May be, when Lightening Network becomes ready, it's fees can support NON-US markets, but otherwise, BTC is on the path to a US-only crypto. From BCH point of view, this is good cause it has one less coin to compete against. So, I think that BCH community should just relax from this price and trading mania and concentrate on building the real value. If BCH can capture the VISA market it will automatically become the crypto of choice for all. IMO BCH future looks bright and the great news is I don't see any other crypto-currency with similar vision and potential.

posted by /u/freesid in /r/btc on November 30, 2017 01:40:56
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/r/btc/comments/iv4xdc/who_is_still_running_500_abc_nodes/g5q6ncv/

I said \~501 :P

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 14:17:03
/r/btc/comments/iv4xdc/who_is_still_running_500_abc_nodes/g5psr20/

Aah, thanks for the reminder. Its \~501 now :)

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 18, 2020 12:28:11
/r/btc/comments/it221r/tldr_deadalnix_lies_yet_again_about_how_he_didnt/g5fdmz4/

If you are on the other-side, the-community would have called you a liar, hahaha ;)

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 21:33:57
/r/btc/comments/it221r/tldr_deadalnix_lies_yet_again_about_how_he_didnt/g5f6uoi/

Are you sure about that? From the CVE: > The attack can be performed by a peer rapidly sending multiple transaction inv messages with random hashes, one below the max at 49,999 items and never sending the corresponding tx data.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 20:33:08
/r/btc/comments/it221r/tldr_deadalnix_lies_yet_again_about_how_he_didnt/g5ecf2f/

Since you are aware of the details, Unbounded how? Does it require one network message to increase it's size by 1? I am an engineer myself. I worked as early employee in sillicon valley company that is now value at several billions. I had my share of software engineering experience in building, debugging, maintaining large scale distributed systems from scratch. However, I would never use the words like, *intentionally* and *lie*, etc. to describe this situation.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 16:24:17
/r/btc/comments/it221r/tldr_deadalnix_lies_yet_again_about_how_he_didnt/g5e6em9/

You may be right, I don't know yet. However, social media drama over a memory-leak or a bug? Engineers finger pointing on who introduced a bug is within a company a pretty bad culture, but doing it on social media is a whole new level of it. As a community we are beyond laughable.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 15:45:01
/r/btc/comments/isg0xx/the_bitcoin_cash_mission/g5dxvjk/

Market says otherwise, but sure.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 14:49:13
/r/btc/comments/it221r/tldr_deadalnix_lies_yet_again_about_how_he_didnt/g5dxpv3/

Asking questions is not starting to doubt. How old are you?

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 14:48:09
/r/btc/comments/it221r/tldr_deadalnix_lies_yet_again_about_how_he_didnt/g5ds3em/

What is the behavior of the bug?

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 14:08:53
/r/btc/comments/it221r/tldr_deadalnix_lies_yet_again_about_how_he_didnt/g5dis11/

[https://twitter.com/deadalnix/status/1305909001326981120](https://twitter.com/deadalnix/status/1305909001326981120)

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 13:03:58
/r/btc/comments/it221r/tldr_deadalnix_lies_yet_again_about_how_he_didnt/g5dikx3/

[https://twitter.com/deadalnix/status/1305909001326981120](https://twitter.com/deadalnix/status/1305909001326981120)

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 13:02:37
/r/btc/comments/it221r/tldr_deadalnix_lies_yet_again_about_how_he_didnt/g5dijaa/

[https://twitter.com/deadalnix/status/1305909001326981120](https://twitter.com/deadalnix/status/1305909001326981120)

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 13:02:18
/r/btc/comments/isg0xx/the_bitcoin_cash_mission/g5d7wwn/

Changed the economic model (aka rules) as per the Nakamoto Consensus, which is exactly how Bitcoin was defined by Satoshi.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 11:50:36
/r/btc/comments/isg0xx/the_bitcoin_cash_mission/g5bqs4f/

BTC won the Nakamoto Consensus already. Again, exactly as defined in the last line of the paper.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 15, 2020 00:37:55
/r/btc/comments/isg0xx/the_bitcoin_cash_mission/g598yij/

Bitcoin Cash is not Bitcoin. We should get over the past.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 14, 2020 13:38:16
/r/btc/comments/is0s2p/abc_launched_their_client_with_the_bcc_ticker/g58mok4/

I think ABC will be okay with the bitcoin-cash brand and BCC ticker anytime.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 14, 2020 11:21:53
/r/btc/comments/ipg0h9/if_bch_succeeds_in_pushing_out_abc_as_a_minority/g4k6ql6/

Yeah, Hedge funds will lead us to Global scale P2P cash.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 9, 2020 12:34:28
/r/emacs/comments/iomujm/how_to_avoid_to_download_and_install_all_the/g4etptk/

I use the following config to auto install my packages: ``` (require 'package) (setq package-enable-at-starup nil) (add-to-list 'package-archives '("melpa" . "http://melpa.org/packages/")) (package-initialize) (when (not package-archive-contents) (package-refresh-contents)) (unless (package-installed-p 'exwm) (package-install 'exwm)) (require 'exwm) ```

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/emacs on September 8, 2020 00:18:04
/r/btc/comments/ini3k2/understanding_amaury/g48yz80/

That would work for a few independent developers, however, wouldn't work if you want to hire folks. Why would a developer join a corporation when it only has one year run-rate? Why would a good developer risk his future career with one year stints? It may work for hippy devs, but any serious, career developer has to weigh-in many facets of a job offer.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 6, 2020 13:15:09
/r/btc/comments/ilm29s/to_antpool_viabtc_and_other_undecided_miners/g3y5sk4/

You are hurting their feelings.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 4, 2020 00:34:58
/r/btc/comments/il9h5x/i_was_removed_this_morning_from_4_bitcoin_cash/g3wix2t/

I think, it is called Interpretation.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 3, 2020 17:02:33
/r/btc/comments/il9h5x/i_was_removed_this_morning_from_4_bitcoin_cash/g3qkd7c/

Normal folks typically `abstain` from badmouthing previous employers. Just saying.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 2, 2020 12:42:58
/r/btc/comments/iknv64/vitalik_buterin_the_point_is_that_the_ifp/g3nwokc/

What is \`credible neutrality\` ?

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on September 1, 2020 20:37:52
/r/Bitcoincash/comments/iktuzg/does_amaurys_8_coinbase_rule_materially_damage/g3nkhq9/

What does "credible neutrality" mean actually?

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/Bitcoincash on September 1, 2020 19:08:28
/r/btc/comments/ijuso9/psa_we_have_serious_shill_infestation_problems/g3hexau/

Censored? No. Downvoted to Oblivion? Yes. Also, all posts from pro-IFP folks are no upvotes.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 31, 2020 12:23:16
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3dd0sa/

There was nothing \`precise\` between my comment and your response. You are trying to manufacture that I agreed with you when it wasn't the case. Which is why you are a dishonest. Learn to be a bit more authentic. If you do enough of these silly stuff, it follows your reputation forever cause you are not anonymous in this space.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:45:55
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3dbh8o/

You should try maintaining a GCC or Linux fork and see how much time it consumes.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:33:38
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3dbaji/

> BCHN currently shows a lot of promise, 3 months old lead by a leader with track-record of unfinished products. You have been infatuated.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:32:08
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3db2os/

> Look at Bitcoin at the beginning. Zero funding yet wildly successful. Hardly a fair comparison. There was no crypto at that time, so it was an experiment. If satoshi is still developing bitcoin, he would hire paid devs to complete the mission.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:30:14
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3dayfa/

> Projects don't succeed based on more funding. I didn't say that.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:29:12
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3daw45/

> u/freesid: There is no risk to not having funding. You are not paying attention to other cryptos.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:28:39
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3darda/

That is typically an indication that you didn't think-through enough about the each of your own opinions and are being easily influenced by the social drama.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:27:40
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3dadfg/

> By "we" u mean all vocal IFP proponents? We means the IFP chain followers after the split.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:25:03
/r/btc/comments/ihtrtu/most_bitcoin_cash_companies_are_against_the_ifp/g3da5mp/

Social drama is exactly what is rallying up the sheep and lowering the BCH/USD price.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:23:31
/r/homelab/comments/iiz6fe/my_tiny_4node_cluster/g3d9uxk/

Cool. When you buy the hardware, I suggest, you make sure that network-switch runs on 5V power supply. It saves you one extra power socket cause most 5V devices can be (typically) powered from USB hub.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/homelab on August 30, 2020 12:21:21
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3d904j/

So, rest is all you hyperbole?

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:15:19
/r/btc/comments/ihtrtu/most_bitcoin_cash_companies_are_against_the_ifp/g3d8w8t/

IFP with voting could have been the best outcome, but BCHN guys rallied social drama. Now the community gets what it deserves.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:14:34
/r/homelab/comments/iiz6fe/my_tiny_4node_cluster/g3d8lo6/

I have a big different system in mind. Etcd is not a scale-out system cause all replicas keep a copy of all data. For example, a 10-node etcd cluster has 10 copies of every key-value pair. Just for learning and experience.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/homelab on August 30, 2020 12:12:26
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3d85b5/

I assume you are not into tech.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:09:08
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3d7xgm/

> Well, your leader doesn't think so. He wants to grab everything. He's changing the rules and diverging from his own roadmap, he should properly fork himself off with replay protection and new ticker Not my leader. He created Bitcoin Cash, so he will get it. Wait and watch.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:07:35
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3d7t0z/

> Not malice. Greed and incompetency. Grasberg fiasco alone demonstrated it clearly All the same. Guilty until proven otherwise -vs- Innocent until proven otherwise. Same saga, different era.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:06:42
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3d7irl/

But they wouldn't shut up how bad Amaury as a person.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:04:44
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3d7eg6/

> Satoshi wrote Bitcoin and mined before it was worth anything. This is strawman in so many levels. It was a hobby at that time, but it is now billions of dollars market. If satoshi is still developing, he would work for free of course and will definitely hire paid devs to develop further.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:03:48
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3d73r0/

> I don't believe it. We know. That is why we should split. If one group wants to attribute malice before it happens and other group wouldn't, then there is no reconciling. We will split.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 12:01:29
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3bj72a/

> Amaury is the only competent dev around is utterly false. Nobody said this and you are putting words in my mouth. Try to be more honest with conversations.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 00:05:28
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3bj2s0/

Please don't gaslight by picking up just one part.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 30, 2020 00:04:10
/r/btc/comments/ii8b6l/what_people_arent_understanding_about_the_ifp/g3beqzi/

BU leaders work part-time on BCH, so it is typically 3 hrs a day and may be more on weekends. BCHN leader only committed for 1 year publicly, so he may work more time for now. Jtoomim seems to be committed for 3 months. Other folks are mostly hobbyists as far as I know.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 29, 2020 23:18:08
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3bdydw/

I respect Mark's contributions a lot and I value his opinions. However, jtoomim has hardly any track-record before his DAA work. XThinner was not solving anything new cause Graphene is already a known better solution at that time. This just indicates jtoomim is more of a scratch-my-itch kinda contributor -- which is okay, but is not something to be encouraged. Also, my understanding is, ASERT is actually Mark's invention than Jtoomim. Jtoomim did the necessary work though.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 29, 2020 23:09:49
/r/homelab/comments/iiz6fe/my_tiny_4node_cluster/g3b7ux2/

Thank you. I read about this naming convention in some article on internet and copied it for my use cases.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/homelab on August 29, 2020 22:08:10
/r/btc/comments/ij1xho/i_would_not_be_surprised_to_see_bitcoin_abc/g3azaxj/

I will definitely leave ABC at that point.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 29, 2020 20:42:12
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3auopc/

Market wouldn't care.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 29, 2020 20:00:13
/r/homelab/comments/iiz6fe/my_tiny_4node_cluster/g3auism/

Yes, it is a personal project for my own learning, nothing big :)

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/homelab on August 29, 2020 19:59:00
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3auddy/

No, we do see that majority of the devs are against Amaury and IFP. We actually think that track record of these devs contributions doesn't match Amaury's and ABC's track record, so we give less weightage to their claims, commitments and potential. Think of it like, they have a very bad credit-score, so can't take their promise seriously. Personally, I worked in a few very successful startups in bay area, so when it comes to tech, I understand the importance of execution and the track-record -- biased by my own experiences and learnings. When it comes to IFP, we note that it is a decent idea for long-term, unbiased funding. We do recognize that governance of this fund can be compromised and we should be very vigilant about how it get spent. That said, we still support IFP cause risk of not-making a plan for long-term funding puts BCH at a bigger risk cause other cryptos with-funding will win. At the end of the day, we want BCH to win, so risking 8% of miner reward is not a worst strategy -- we will still be cautious on how it gets spent.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 29, 2020 19:57:34
/r/homelab/comments/iijuho/gave_my_raspberry_pis_a_new_home/g3aseh5/

There are some USB 5v to 12v step-up cables available on Amazon. Luckily, I found a TP-Link 5v switch for my setup. It uses 5v, so can be powered from the USB hub.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/homelab on August 29, 2020 19:40:38
/r/homelab/comments/iijuho/gave_my_raspberry_pis_a_new_home/g3ak56o/

Cool. I built similar cluster, but with different hardware. [https://www.reddit.com/r/homelab/comments/iiz6fe/my\_tiny\_4node\_cluster/](https://www.reddit.com/r/homelab/comments/iiz6fe/my_tiny_4node_cluster/) ​ Do you power the 12v Netgear switch with the USB hub?

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/homelab on August 29, 2020 18:35:21
/r/btc/comments/ii8b6l/what_people_arent_understanding_about_the_ifp/g3ajfgk/

Sure, I am into crypto for 9 years now. Global scale P2P cash doesn't happen with 3 hours a day of work.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 29, 2020 18:30:51
/r/homelab/comments/iiz6fe/my_tiny_4node_cluster/g3aiy22/

I am working on a fault-tolerant distributed key-value store -- my personal project. I hope to use this cluster to test fault-tolerance logic when it is ready.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/homelab on August 29, 2020 18:26:31
/r/homelab/comments/iiz6fe/my_tiny_4node_cluster/g3ahuoo/

It was fun. You should give it a try. Unfortunately, shipping is delayed a lot now a days. I want to write my own fault-tolerant distributed key-value store. It's been in the works, but not ready yet.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/homelab on August 29, 2020 18:18:27
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3ag4s7/

No single party has control over the ticker. Amaury doesn't control it either.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 29, 2020 18:04:42
/r/btc/comments/iizu7t/the_split_is_inevitable_so_are_we_going_to_war/g3afo3i/

One of the problems with BU+BCHN crowd is, they can't seem to figure out what they are against. Are they against Amaury or are they against IFP or are they against ABC or are they against the split? All-of-it just means they are really clueless. They mix all of these positions randomly and everything looks like a far-left outrage to the external party. Like that meme: `I don't want a solution, I want to be outraged.` On top of all this, none of their leaders actually have publicly committed to lead their split. BU members are all part-time into BCH. BCHN leader only committed for 1 year and is anonymous. New kid on the block only committed 3 months to BCH. This kind of no-commitment scenario is not good for any coin.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 29, 2020 18:01:13
/r/homelab/comments/iiz6fe/my_tiny_4node_cluster/g3a1at1/

>As of now, it doesn't do anything yet. > >I work in distributed systems. My plan is to implement a few fault tolerant services on this cluster.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/homelab on August 29, 2020 16:26:44
/r/homelab/comments/iiz6fe/my_tiny_4node_cluster/g3a18ef/

As of now, it doesn't do anything yet. I work in distributed systems. My plan is to implement a few fault tolerant services on this cluster.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/homelab on August 29, 2020 16:26:14
/r/homelab/comments/iiz6fe/my_tiny_4node_cluster/g39yyr2/

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Commented by /u/freesid in /r/homelab on August 29, 2020 16:12:33
/r/btc/comments/ii8b6l/what_people_arent_understanding_about_the_ifp/g39u8a7/

It qualifies as soft-fork. My understanding was wrong. However, my rest of the statement stands.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 29, 2020 15:36:45
/r/btc/comments/ii8b6l/what_people_arent_understanding_about_the_ifp/g39u33s/

It is. My understanding was wrong. ​ However, my rest of the statement stands.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 29, 2020 15:35:29
/r/btc/comments/ii8b6l/what_people_arent_understanding_about_the_ifp/g37co4v/

I see. Good to know. Thanks.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 22:44:51
/r/btc/comments/ii8b6l/what_people_arent_understanding_about_the_ifp/g371so9/

If IFP is a soft fork, why is everyone so scared of whats going to happen in Nov? Why all the talk of who gets the BCH name, etc. It is a hard fork cause there is going to be a split.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 20:55:43
/r/btc/comments/iib6xh/vin_armani_was_right_if_the_king_is_corrupt_and/g361rg1/

They expect corruption in future and believe they must take action now.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 15:41:37
/r/btc/comments/ii8b6l/what_people_arent_understanding_about_the_ifp/g3606qh/

Unless we changed the interpretation of Soft-Forks from BTC/BCH split days... All things that follow old rules are still accepted by Soft-Forks -- ignoring the miner voting, etc. In this case IFP-Version will *reject* blocks that are actually valid, so it is not a soft-fork.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 15:29:14
/r/btc/comments/iib6xh/vin_armani_was_right_if_the_king_is_corrupt_and/g35zswq/

That is like, your opinion man -The Dude.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 15:26:13
/r/btc/comments/ii8b6l/what_people_arent_understanding_about_the_ifp/g35nm5q/

It is not a soft-fork.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 13:49:55
/r/btc/comments/ii8b6l/what_people_arent_understanding_about_the_ifp/g35nl5h/

We understand you are not technical, but it is not a soft-fork.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 13:49:42
/r/btc/comments/ii8b6l/what_people_arent_understanding_about_the_ifp/g35mntv/

Wait for it and you will see.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 13:42:26
/r/btc/comments/iib6xh/vin_armani_was_right_if_the_king_is_corrupt_and/g35mi6v/

Where is corruption? Fear of corruption \*in-future\* is not a proof of corruption. Just saying.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 13:41:12
/r/btc/comments/ii8b6l/what_people_arent_understanding_about_the_ifp/g35jcv4/

ABC thinks they can take the community loss and still rebuild, which is why they went for the hard-fork. The real question is, do BCHN folks have the same will and commitment? All I heard till now is, ftrader promised 1 year commitment and jtoomim promised 3 months commitment.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 13:16:33
/r/btc/comments/ii2c7t/if_the_ifp_activates_im_switching_to_dash/g35j3e6/

Hmm... That is sad. Giving up on the P2P Cash goal just because your position is not met, is not the way we can get there. Just saying.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 13:14:30
/r/btc/comments/ihzzcm/one_of_the_sides_in_this_conflict_is_waging_war/g35invx/

with your own biases*

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 13:11:09
/r/btc/comments/ii92wf/the_ifp_soft_fork_coin_is_an_attack_on_bitcoin/g35biqa/

Widely rejected by the BTC-hodler community.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 12:15:16
/r/btc/comments/ii2c7t/if_the_ifp_activates_im_switching_to_dash/g35bcsy/

Define activates? Do you mean IFP-with-minority-hash too?

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 12:13:56
/r/btc/comments/ihtrtu/most_bitcoin_cash_companies_are_against_the_ifp/g35atys/

That is like, your opinion man --The Dude

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 12:09:43
/r/btc/comments/ihzzcm/one_of_the_sides_in_this_conflict_is_waging_war/g35aivs/

It is for you to think.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 12:07:14
/r/btc/comments/ihzzcm/one_of_the_sides_in_this_conflict_is_waging_war/g33ry2w/

One side is trolling the other side. One side is claiming moral superiority. One side is rejecting to evaluate ideas without attributing malice. One side has a track record of delivering things. One side has survived a fork. One side has track record of drama. One side has track record of failures. One side is short sighted. ​ ​ I can keep going on with foolish comparisons like this. They look true to the both sides.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 28, 2020 00:55:42
/r/btc/comments/ihtrtu/most_bitcoin_cash_companies_are_against_the_ifp/g33kwnr/

Most BCH companies are against fork, not against IFP. Most wouldn't give a damn if there is no risk-of-fork. There wasn't a risk of fork before \*some\* devs started bitching against an interesting funding idea.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 27, 2020 23:38:05
/r/btc/comments/ihinz2/bitcoin_abc_announcement_on_governance_on_the_ifp/g32updi/

Most of these BU, BCHN people mix their emotions with their thinking. They can't seem to evaluate ideas without attributing malice to the people behind the ideas. Like the saying, ...rose tinted glasses.... They also associate morality, justice, virtue, etc. to their own positions, so changing their view becomes evil -- no matter what new information is presented. When I was young, I used to hear the sayings: people-having-ideas vs ideas-having-people. There is no clear example to it than these folks. Even if ABC announces that 8% will be burnt or is only moved by the council majority vote, they will still claim it is evil.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 27, 2020 19:35:55
/r/btc/comments/ih5xwx/amaurys_ifp_is_incompatible_with_bitcoin_cash/g2zs3rk/

> I suspect you know that I didn't know that. On top of that, why did you think I know that? Also, this is meta and I don't want to sound mean, but you should inspect your rationale on why you thought so?

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 27, 2020 01:18:34
/r/btc/comments/ihdmr6/these_guys_were_ahead_of_their_time_they_could/g2zp72t/

So, CSW is a visionary now?

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 27, 2020 00:43:09
/r/btc/comments/ih5xwx/amaurys_ifp_is_incompatible_with_bitcoin_cash/g2zoujt/

>That is only part of the sentence, take your own advice and read it again for a 1000 times, and then read some more times. > >This time though, read the ENTIRE sentence. Repeating, not adding any new logic.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 27, 2020 00:39:07
/r/btc/comments/ih5xwx/amaurys_ifp_is_incompatible_with_bitcoin_cash/g2zosdd/

>Your concepts are flawed. Miners enforce the rules, they don't necessarily get to make them. Anyone can propose. Miners choose.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 27, 2020 00:38:26
/r/btc/comments/ih5xwx/amaurys_ifp_is_incompatible_with_bitcoin_cash/g2zoriy/

>So, how does Bitcoin Cash even exist then? According to your 'theory' since the majority of miners decided to stick with Bitcoin it should never have forked.. BCH is not BTC, which is how it exists.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 27, 2020 00:38:10
/r/btc/comments/ih5xwx/amaurys_ifp_is_incompatible_with_bitcoin_cash/g2zom2d/

I was telling the op and you responded. Self-awareness :P Repeating the same mantra is not challenging. Add some logic why alternate view `may-not` be correct. I am open to change, give me input without opinions.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 27, 2020 00:36:26
/r/btc/comments/igys37/seems_haipo_has_been_living_under_a_rock_lately/g2zbkfm/

Don't celebrate too early. Remember the Segwit-2X

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 26, 2020 22:23:36
/r/btc/comments/ih5xwx/amaurys_ifp_is_incompatible_with_bitcoin_cash/g2zbekj/

Perhaps, you are set in your mind already and not really interested to, may be, change your views to begin with.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 26, 2020 22:22:03
/r/btc/comments/ih5xwx/amaurys_ifp_is_incompatible_with_bitcoin_cash/g2zaxea/

You or ABC can propose with 99% IFP, which is fine. If it gets majority hash rate, then yes, sure. I may decide to checkout of that chain, but that is unrelated. I wouldn't stir up social media drama, vitriol, etc. cause this is already planned for. You wouldn't do it cause you already know that is waste of cycles. That is how it works.

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 26, 2020 22:17:35
/r/btc/comments/ifp5o8/would_jihan_wu_support_bitcoin_abc_or_bchnd/g2z4krl/

> Empirically this is very likely forever. When this becomes true and ABC will control the fund forever, then we will fork -- cause it is not P2P cash at that point. Also see my other response on why I think IFP must win: https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/ih5xwx/amaurys_ifp_is_incompatible_with_bitcoin_cash/g2ysbw1/?context=3

Commented by /u/freesid in /r/btc on August 26, 2020 21:19:34
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