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Joined Apr 16, 2018

Bitcoin maximalist since 2011. Bitcoin SV - back to roots!!

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Way too late.
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Bitchcoin trash engineers working hard on it.
Aumary deployed 4 monkeys.
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Bitchcoin loser
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Legendary looooser
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Number go up
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test
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Someone flips a coin 256 times. How long would it take on average for a computer to guess the sequence of Heads and Tails?
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We will look into it. Thank you!
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We will look into it. Thank you!
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We will look into it. Thank you!
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We will look into it. Thank you!
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Don't get stomped on a way out.
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Platform can also offer sort threads by value spent. I think trying to use economics (now with bitcoin) is a smart thing to do, to solve an old problem. It's a new dimension.
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There is the idea though where each individual could set a price on how much he accepts to get replied to. That might work better as an economic solution.
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The effectiveness of trolling that requires the use of a coin in order to bad-mouth it is marginal at best.
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The price is to low to have any effect right now. You can spew shit all week long for a few cents.
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Time is all they need. And losers have abundance of it.
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Yes, otherwise 3 trolls with infinite amount of time can control the narrative of the whole platform. This will keep this platform a small niche for a single echo chamber.
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Member has block and mute functions. If there is no moderation, users need tools to control what they see.
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Memo is a paradise for toxic trolls. Good luck with further adoption. It's painful to spend time here as morons can shit on each post you make, unless you submit to their echo chamber.
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I don't disagree we may need to go off-chain eventually. But I think it's good to explore how far we can go on-chain before engineering other solutions.