Hi Chris!
I'm new to Memo Cash. Hello everybody!
SuperHacker counts the tx, but they are not meaningful, because in the last days a bot makes tx on sv.memo. https://sv.memo.cash/profiles/new?&offset=25
"Satoshi's Vision"
The "network" consists of only a handful of miners. If you're generous maybe it could support a dozen or so.
Each miner connects directly with each other forming the "small world" they long after.
Abc is still surviving from timestamp flooding. It seems that main site accept some flooding txs from sv chain.
Still have some craigcoin for sale
14NiSSSd7mCDyUnC selling some bsv or craigcoin for BCH
1NoBsvu33fTQztY4t9tzctAwfDGPRT7pKX
G1dIfO614gCG9Jarm+3vkFtprfhxgo4uArAB2NMvXCBZQnorxLexYK/ToAiOPYscNSV5G0CY/t53lTSlLlPkleY=
A few days ago he only did it on the BSV chain, today he does it on both chains. Why?
Welcome
I'm new to Memo Cash. Hello everybody!
@memo Could you provide an setting for users to hide these flooding? i.e. REGular EXpressions. e.g. Hide message = [0-9a-f]{64} && user = timestamp\.network
... from their view if they want to.
I think it should be possible for users to be able to filter their view, since we are now getting spam from timestamp.network. Make it possible for users to exclude this content ...
Yesterday 304328-300862=3466 memo transactions. Number of transactions📈1297.6%|abc(301002-300851=151,📉39.1%),sv(311690-304000=7690,📈3803.6%)|timestamps are flooding main site
I cannot get human posts at https://memo.cash/posts/new . If the situation continuing, I may have to use abc.memo.cash as my main site to escape from the flooding.
At the moment, memo is filled with hash strings created by timestamp service.
Yesterday 304328-300862=3466 memo transactions. Number of transactions📈1297.6%|abc(301002-300851=151,📉39.1%),sv(311690-304000=7690,📈3803.6%)|timestamps are flooding main site
Yesterday 304328-300862=3466 memo transactions. Number of transactions📈1297.6%|abc(301002-300851=151,📉39.1%),sv(311690-304000=7690,📈3803.6%)|timestamps are flooding main site
Which means my statement was still true. The agreement part is just left unsaid whenever statements like that are made.
SuperHacker counts the tx, but they are not meaningful, because in the last days a bot makes tx on sv.memo. https://sv.memo.cash/profiles/new?&offset=25
which can trivially make up a header chain and feed it to you. So you just ask for your balance and they tell it to you and that's it.
Tx ordering is only a secondary use case for pow.
There is no need to bother with cryptographic proof that your transaction is valid because you can't validate your transactions anyway. SPV is worthless because there are only 12 nodes
They will also have an API to send tx's.
Thus the only way non-miners will be able to interact with the network will be to pick one of these miners and buy services from them.
Each miner provides paid "services" in addition to mining. These services will include an API for paid subscribers to query to see their balances and transaction history.
There is no p2p network. There are no full nodes and no SPV wallets. The entirety of the network is these dozen miners connected to each other basically forming one big server cluster.
"Satoshi's Vision"
The "network" consists of only a handful of miners. If you're generous maybe it could support a dozen or so.
Each miner connects directly with each other forming the "small world" they long after.


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