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More bullshit nonsense from a #Faketoshi zealot.

If you really cared about miners then you would be on BTC.
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Amaury "investor win" Sechet fucked off major miners and initiated split. Now BCH is run by wannabe protocol devs and BSV by miners.

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Why did SV hashrate plummet so much after November if Amaury was the one who forked off miners? Isn't it more likely that Calvin rented hash ahead of the fork? Where is it now if not?
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Wrong and unrelated as Aumary fucked off biggest BCH miners to that point already in August.
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Do you only speak in poorly worded, factually incorrect statements? BCH hashrate was at a record high in November, wtf are you even talking about in August?
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You were fun for a day, now you're just retarded. Go hug twatter.
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Aw, don't want to troll anymore? Too bad, you "gave me purpose" XD. You shouldn't have revealed how much fun you were, please call me "kiddo" again or say "nothing personnel" lol
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Keep trying kiddo
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Love it lol, thank you.
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Miners mine what is profitable. They care not to suck a chain dry on the short term. But their investments are aligned with long term sustainability of the network.
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"Miners mine what is profitable." Also BSV miners?

It is currently...
26.00%
more profitable
to mine on the Bitcoin (BTC) blockchain
than BSV blockchain.
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Yes, BSV aligned miners mine BTC and BCH as well for profit. They are also signaling long term commitment to BSV chain.
Also, some miners are rigging BCH DAA to suck more out of it.
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I can't see Coingeek, SV-pool, BMG-pool and mempool at BTC or BCH mining.
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They can't even put together enough hash to get over BCH's meager rate, he's full of shit
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Coinbase is a simple string, you can fake whoever you want to be, most easy among unknown miners.
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Do you really mean, BSV-miner are mining BTC and BCH undercover? Why should they do it?
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Lots of people are mining undercover, it's mostly on SV though https://coin.dance/

BSV doesn't have enough supporters to make a dent in other crypto's hashrates, and Calvin's low on $
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Well if you check the data and math it's easy to spot anomalies. Also economics, why turning off rigs if you can use them and earn money? SHA-256 is the market.
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"It's easy because of the pixels" lol. You're spouting bullshit mate, admit it.
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No, that would be you. One example, Coingeek had around 1.000PH for 6 months and before fork they brought another 1.000PH, right now they use 250PH on BSV.
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Let me help you understand lol -

https://www.miningrigrentals.com/

They rented that hash for the week preceding the fork to get idiots/BTC flooding into SV, sorry you got scammed pal
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I am sure you can find some backing for that. Idiots/BTC flooding into SV under which pool?

https://www.ccn.com/bitcoin-com-mining-pool-directs-all-hash-to-bitcoin-cash-abc
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...seriously? They were trying to get *funding* into the project lol, not miners. Idiot investors with BTC who think stealing old coins and ranting about socialism are actual solutions
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At 14:00 he explained:


Of course, you twisted this into something completely different and up to this day believe it.
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I'm not interested in watching Craig contradict himself again. The guy is acting like an utter jackass, he has to be in the middle of a midlife crisis or psychotic breakdown
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Yes, that would mean that you would have to start to think with your own brains and stop just echoing what others said. And that would wipe away your illusion... scary.
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Lol wtf are you even talking about? I already linked you Craig's own words, I don't care if he goes back on them. It would just show that he's as inconsistent as he is illogical
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So you have no proof and resorted to spread dirty lies about stealing old coins. Living in r/btc echo chamber?
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3/ ..To allow for this vision and end, the SV implementation of Bitcoin will be removing the flawed code that allows “burning” of coins permanently. This is not an instantaneous...
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Like I said. Even now you still believe in lies spread through your lil' echo chamber.
I'll shine a little light. You're welcome.
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I'm quoting Craig himself lol. Are you admitting that he's a liar who usually goes back on his word?
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Because you can't even understand what he meant and rather spread lies that suit your agenda.

He gonna steal coins.... He bad, Santa bring no toy to him!!
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And the issue with Coingeek wanting to steal old coins is that it shows how much of a racket they consider BSV to be, it would destroy the market. They're going to exit scam so hard
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Roger is already full DASH. Probably has a lot of Zcash, Monero... Dude likes everything. He gonna dump BCH as hard as Bitmain when they go bankrupt.
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Oh yeah, I'm sure that's why bitcoin.com has a DASH pool- oh, wait. Can't seem to find anything about DASH at all there, perhaps you could link some sources for once?
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Oh... he mentions shitcoins on every interview and brags how he holds many of them. He likes DASH in particularly.
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He's said he's opening a BCH-based crypto exchange, of course he doesn't want to knock the competition that will drive revenue. BCH isn't afraid of competition either, no need for hate
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Roger is using diversification. This doesn't work well anymore, not even for stocks. It will work even less well for crypto currencies where the winner will take 99% of the market.
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>This doesn't work well anymore, not even for stocks.

I knew you were out there, but I didn't know you were smoking crack sherry. Why do you make these weird, obviously false claims?
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Why is this important to you? Do you invest in stocks?
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Yes, jackass, but I mostly just don't want misinformation stored on the BCH blockchain without any rational or skeptical response. I also want you to get the help you desperately need
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I was going to tell you the answer to your question above, but then your manners are calling for memo++ instead.
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I know that you're only here to mislead, it's not that big of a secret. It's just confusing that you make statements like "diversification doesn't work" that are so easily proven false
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So lets repeat the lies until they become truth. Gotcha! 👍
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Not sure how you can say that the man's own words are lies, without admitting he's a liar. You do you though
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I guess when you replace collision hash mining in 40+ years from now and call it stealing now.
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Trying to spin a bad analogy a different way is spreading lies, he already stated that it would be a BSV goal himself.

Are you smoking crack? I like BSanta'sV more than BSV though TBH
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BSanta'sV... how did you come up with this intelligent word? It's pretty clever. I wish I could do it.
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2/ ...become mine-able and can be recovered.

Returning “lost” money into circulation is a future means of miner revenue and analogous to salvage firms who seek lost bullion(lol)..
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1/ https://medium.com/@craig_10243/fixing-op-fals-fd157899d2b7

When a private key is lost, it is merely out of circulation. It may be many years, but all old addresses eventually...
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Point still stands: "If you really cared about miners then you would be on BTC."

It must be hard to live with that much cognitive dissonance.
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He's just spinning, he's been trying to come up with excuses all morning for SV not being the golden god that they're trying to paint it as
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BTC miners are as disengaged when coming to decision making as they can possibly be. Whooosh...
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Why can't you be honest, little zealot?