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Value here would be any real (future or present) utility for the tokens. Real coins have "proven" scarcity and useful features for doing certain transactions (like money features)
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Money is a difficult thing also. One culture has used boulders as currency, and yeah they don't move them usually, they just agree to change ownership of said boulder usually.
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"Many things are difficult", OK. But that does not show how a token's claim to have value can be substantiated. If it cannot, the masses will likely lose real money on them ("scams").
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??? You have no clue do you?
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I prefer to think you don't, at least until you give me even a small piece of insight that I don't have. So far all you have had is claims like "x is complicated" to confuse the issue
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That is, there is also the possibility that you are scamming people on purpose, and that causing confusion in this discussion is your way to hide that the whole model is flawed.
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Why would I take you seriously, you are clearly a BSV troll, lol.
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Ah, so that's it then, this guy is a scammer. He knows exactly what he is doing. It is possible he still feels bad about it, but he is driven by greed, and will not stop for anything.
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Notice how he never really said anything in this discussion. A common scammer trick. Say many words even if he has no content, to create an illusion of having a legitimate claim.
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Which token would you say is the least scamy?
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You mean "I want to scam you, please tell me which of these rotten apples is most likely to trick you so I can put more work into that"? Why don't you answer my claims directly instead
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Value, money, and love, are all difficult too understand. They seem related though.
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[citation needed]