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BitcoinHoarder
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1) he failed to rally miners to fight Core to defend Bitcoin system destroying BTC 2) goes up again BSV which is best implementation yet, etc. Text limit on ABC side prevents more lol
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One can not declare that BSV has the best implementation. Especially since it is weaker on the one issue it prides itself on, which is scaling, and being a usable currency.
BitcoinHoarder
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I’m declaring BSV #1. I can’t even text a decent size message because ABC is still locked at 200 characters. BSV is 65,000. What a shit Bitcoin BTC and BCH are
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What SILENTSAM said, and besides the OP_RETURN size is not consensus but a node config. Easier to config the 3-5 miners (LOL) on BSV.
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It's as easy as calling Calvin
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It's hard to understand competition and capitalism I know. In BCH I guess every raspberry needs to be consulted of approval.
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Not really. The network is just bigger. BSV is basically a village with crickets.
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You sound like core 2.0. Not surprisingly, they also have no idea what is competition.
BitcoinHoarder
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So stop snowballing Amaury and configure your hobby node? Or you prefer to be stuck with limits and confinement 🤷🏻‍♂️😂😂.
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Feeling a little salty? I guess you need to increase at least _one_ metric :-D
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One node has almost zero effect on a real decentralized network
BitcoinHoarder
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Completely understand and agree. I only respect mining nodes. That’s why I made fun of adjusting the ABC “hobby” node. BSV is #1.
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I just love when the retards of Statist Vision claim that they only respect miners while BTC has 90%+ of the global SHA256 hashrate.
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Not to mention BCH having 6x the miner activity compared to BSV. #MinersChoice right? LOL
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6x the miner activity... lol... what kind of metric do you use in alphabetland to get this multiplicator? It has to be unicorns or something.
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...Unique miners? A single entity producing almost 50% of SV's hashrate does not a decentralized blockchain make. Could at least disguise it as a pool, but Coingeek is an embarrassment
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Quacking about decentralization just for the sake of it makes you sound like core 2.0
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..and what you call "toy nodes" are merchants etc. You SV guys are like a religious cult.
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Merchants can use specialized solutions, they not necessarily need to run nodes themselves. Especially when things scale, the burden of it won't cover the benefits.
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In case of coordinating node configs it is easier with centralized mining like we see on BSV. That is basically all I am saying. Well, quacking or not, it is a fact.
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It is easier, but not much. You need 3 pools on BCH and 2 on BSV to get 51%. One or two phone calls will do.
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Unique miners can't be counted. There are 6+1 pools/big miners on BSV and 11+1 on BCH. So where your 6x came from? Decentralization is looked as being open and competitive for everyone
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Lol the implication was that Calvin controls the grand majority of nodes. Of course it's easy to broadcast changes to SV, just call Centralized Calvin. https://sv.coin.dance/nodes
BitcoinHoarder
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Poolin has been mining BSV for weeks now also based on your link.
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I'm talking about nodes lol, there's only one implementation for SV, and Coingeek likely controls most of them.

It's easy for Coingeek to point their miners at different pools too
BitcoinHoarder
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The set of rules is set. That is decentralized. Decentralization refers to the rules. Remember that Craig and Calvin were majority miners keeping BCH alive at one point too
BitcoinHoarder
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Other BTC miners mocked them for keeping BCH alive while it starved for hashpower
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Yeah, I have heard that BSV is no longer trying to be a currency and wants to compete with ETH instead. Go for it.
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It seems like wormhole was a cheap attempt to compete with ETH and Gabriel is nr1 zelout for ETH as he stated numerous times. He also forked metamask and made badger.
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Yeah, it does seem to be a competition with ICO's. Probably not the best sort of competition. I doubt it will take off.
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Not without further protocol changes like reducing block time.
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Reducing block time is a bad idea, but I dont't think it would make any difference in terms of ICO's.
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ICO market is a sham and it found its platform in a shammy ETH. Competition wins by being better, copycats will not succeed imo.
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A totally there have been successful ICO's. Like venture capitalism they are far from a sure investment. Big reward requires big risk. ETH is a pretty strong crypto.
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What were the successful ICOs?

All of the ones I checked were scams.
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Off of the top of my head there was a dairy farm that used it. All an ICO does is invest in a business. If the business succeeds then they can pay a return.
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Do you have any links?
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Not at the moment. Maybe after work I could do a quick search. I noticed some videos about successful ICO's on YouTube with a search. Didn't watch any to see if they were worth linking
Kaizen
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But they don't have to pay a return if they don't want to? And what type of return?
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I think the ICO token works like a share of the company. One you can sell to others, or back to the company. If the business goes bust there is nothing to pay back.
SuperHacker.中国
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I want to invest ICOs which returns BCH on-chain as dividends. Securities offers with no returns are scams.
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I would love that too, but don't let this desire make you fall for scams.
SuperHacker.中国
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Thank you, I won't. I'm a cautious professional financial investor in fiat money world. I'm not a pure speculator.
BitcoinHoarder
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It’s not competing with ETH. It’s competing with EVERYTHING. And better than everything. ETH doesn’t work. BTC doesn’t work. BSV is the beast.
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Why is BSV the beast, or best? What does it have that others do not?
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1) sure, but maybe going separate ways is healthier (thought dev & market split too). 2) dont agree BSV is best yet so dont think this is a mistake, but at least you have reasons. tks.