BitcoinCash

Joined Apr 15, 2018

Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash - Enabling new economies with low fee micro-transactions, large business transactions, and permissionless spending.

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replied · 49d
这是昌用老师在上课?
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Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash - Enabling new economies with low fee micro-transactions, large business transactions, and permissionless spending.
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replied · 231d
Is this a 7zip file? I tried to de-compress it but failed.
replied · 281d
yes, pre-consensus make 0-conf more reliable when scaling. Without it, 0-conf just a mess when the network traffic peaking.
replied · 294d
Well done memo, best wishes, it's time to move on. Both BCH and BSV.
replied · 295d
POS is not ready, POW is still the best way to achieve decentralized consensus. BCH will never refuse technologies which can make it better. Scaling is the most important thing.
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I am glad SV forked off. So BCH can focus on become the best money, for everyone daily use.
replied · 296d
bitcoin runs totally based on software, except the asic miner. upgrade is an easy thing, just change or add a few lines of code will not cause someone lose money.
replied · 296d
If you take a look on every success technology achievement, no technology lock themself. IP protocol upgrade rarely because it relate to hardware. Incompatible change cause greate lose
replied · 296d
If you want 0.1, you should disable p2sh TXs at first. If you do so, most "satoshi" OP_CODEs will be useless.
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https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5944,please stop showing arrogance. There are minor and major changes.
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If you think Bitcoin v0.1 can win, just build it. Tell Craig, stop attacking people will make BSV a brighter furture.
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If you think https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc791 defines IPV4, and that's the base of the internet not including any of the extension/ high level protocols, I am not arguing with you.
replied · 296d
Why do you think the ipv6 has never changed by 20 years? Just because the name is still the same?
replied · 296d
I think BTC is ready for u.
voted BCH · 296d
created poll · 299d
In the case that Memo only supports one chain, which chain do you prefer?
BCH 59 votes · 12,352 satoshis
BSV 44 votes · 14,121 satoshis

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replied · 296d
I am using IPV6 daily.
replied · 296d
https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1340,you can find a lot of RFCs in this site, it depends on the definition of "major upgrade", I think BCH is doing what it should to do, for scaling.
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No, IPV4 is upgrading many times, for the massive adoption, now it is upgrading to IPV6
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Lock the protocol have no chance to win, even BTC core is seeking ways to upgrade, they choose Segwit, BCH choose big block, SV choose to lock itself.
replied · 296d
Memo should choose the winner, ABC is the winner obviously.
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