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Joined Sep 03, 2018

Bitcoin has forked to preserve its quality as "peer-to-peer electronic cash". Forking is a way to upgrade the protocol and resolve contentious disputes.

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"I have forked @cashonize and ported it to #Monero blockchain. It will be the wallet for the soon to come #BCH-#XMR atomic swaps app: https://monujo.cash" - @mainnet_pat
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Not really worried about BTC increasing its block size anytime soon, lol

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> about to leave BTC

Really will believe it when I see it, lol

He's certainly not coming to build on BCH, otherwise he wouldn't be dissing it.

So good luck to him on whatever coin.
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> he dont think achieving p2p electronic cash is So Vital to his survival

I agree. If it were vital to his survival he wouldn't be shitting on chains that attempt to solve the problem
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Wow, really, imagine being a "big blocker" and trying to build on BTC since 2015 and not getting the message that the project has been captured by special interests
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Copying the URL to memo.cash does not help if he deletes or edits his message.

I suggest adding a archive.org URLs and/or copying the full text of messages for this purpose
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Well, I *did* copy out the full text to Memo as children of that post, so ...
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If, past 2017, you're still stuck with the crazies, that is on YOU, not on Bitcoin Cash.
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"[...] experience the same governance problem a 2nd time, be invaded by opportunists like CSW, and then lose."
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"In a way, it is *because* BCHers were right, about a bunch of things, that it was very counterproductive for mankind, for them to fork off, fight over the "Bitcoin" name, [...]"

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"Even though many of their critiques were borne out. (And even though we all got free coins.)"

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"They basically abandoned us to the crazies.

Thus, overall, the creation of the BCH community, was probably a net loss for "Bitcoin" and for humanity."

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"Overconfidence and complacency were stoked, in BTC, to the potential ruin of us all. In particular, the spirit of compromise (or even problem solving) was basically extinguished."

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"Furthermore, by leaving BTC (and then failing), BCHers harmed BTC greatly... by creating a one-party state over here, led by the worst of their enemies -- the toxic smallblockers."

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Sztorc continues:

"BCHers harmed themselves, though misunderstanding network effect / governance / politics. Thus, they lost a lot of money and influence."

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Paul Sztorc in replying to this post (Apr 14, 2024):



"This is a "tough love" post. (As you know I write these a lot.)"

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I have a good feeling that this take by Paul Sztorc will age so badly, that I will copy the entire thing out to Memo :-p

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Sold my $lollipops at 193 sats, now I'm waiting for the dip to buy it again.
$greg token appeared again at 25 sats each.
Good luck 🍀 everyone.
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I read the link, CashTokens is an expansion to the format of Bitcoin (BCH) transactions that went live on BCH mainnet on May 15 2023 as part of the annual network upgrade.
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Even im new here in crypto but because i want to learn more i decided my self to join group like #cashtokens to feel the awareness and gaining knowledge.
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2024-04-10, there were
20112 txs on BCH chain, 569670 txs on BTC. BCH tx dominance=BCH/BTC=3.5%
1862028-1861104=924 memo txs, 📈53.0%(compared w/ prev 604), account for 4.6% of all BCH txs
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