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I'm referring to the decision making process. If under attack give power to devs. Who defines an attack?
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Devs cannot enforce miners to run their software.
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We've seen this a few times already early forks were overruled by Core instead of POW, segwit was soft forked in and you have to run it now. You're in denial.
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In early forks caused by bugs miners are incentived to upgrade. Respect later forks, what was the solution? BCH. Segwit was a soft fork, is not comparable, anyway, we forked away.
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The potential attacker defined the attack this time. It was the miners who defended against this attack. The checkpoint was only a minor defense.
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You're just characterizing the checkpoint, not addressing the decision making behind it.
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The decision making behind it was pretty simple though. Since there was the threat of attack from dishonest miners, they imeneted some protection. It is an old concept in blockchain.
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I want nothing to do with "Blockchain" I want new digital money.
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Blockchain was the invention of Satoshi that solved an old computer science problem. It gave you a digital asset that could not be copied and pasted. Blockchain is what makes Bitcoin.
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No, POW mining is what makes Bitcoin. This is the difference between BCH and SV. SV believes in POW mining, BCH believes the whitepaper ends at pg 2.
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There is no mining, and no PoW, without a blockchain.
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Yes, Bitcoin uses a blockchain but didn't come up with the design the novel invention was the POW mining game. A blockchain without POW mining is only useful in niche cases.
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Satoahi invented blockchain, which is made using PoW mining. The two are the same thing. Later others invented PoS, which is only for niche cases.
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This is nonsense. Blockchains existed before Bitcoin, whether you know about it or not. Satoshi may have coined the term though.
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Pretty sure they didnt exist. The inventions of blockchain was the invention of Bitcoin.