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There is a big difference between raising the cost of running a node in a measured manner (BCH) & raising it without any consideration (BSV) & not raising it at all & hence never scale (BTC).

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The cost to run a BCH node is actually less than even BTC.

We fail to take into account The cost of cpu, storage, bandwidth continues to decline through time.
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I wrote an article about running a BCH full node on Raspberry Pi. There I also wrote about electricity costs. https://bit.ly/2PeNhJv
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Yes, you're right about that. However, I still think my point stands when considering expected future adoption and the type transactions that will/should dominate.
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BTC is slow and obsolete, BSV is full of spam transactions always made by the usual four services that make little sense, BCH is in continuous development and has a nice community
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I haven’t been following BSV - what are the four services?
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Meteorological service, twech and someone else that I have never followed ... spam of false and useless transactions
Unusual Uther
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Reminds me of the story of Goldilocks and the three bears.
Cryptacritic
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Yeah yeah, I've heard it before. "Our developers know all". The fact of the matter is, mining is a business, and transactions are the sales and revenue. Limits hurt miners.
Khalid
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Good
Khalid
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Right