btcfork

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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· 6h
Why I won't be using Hex

https://read.cash/@NaomiBrockwell/why-i-wont-be-using-hex-f4a03656
· 5h · Mythbusting
Translators welcome & always also earn #MYTHBUSTER.
· 5h · Mythbusting
Mythbusting: big blocks => zero fees => infinite spam
or
The myth of infinite demand for free blockspace

https://read.cash/@btcfork/mythbusting-big-blocks-zero-fees-infinite-spam-ac5ff7d0
· 5h
Mythbusting: big blocks => zero fees => infinite spam
or
The myth of infinite demand for free blockspace

https://read.cash/@btcfork/mythbusting-big-blocks-zero-fees-infinite-spam-ac5ff7d0

#MYTHBUSTER
· 18h
There is a big difference between raising the cost of running a node in a measured manner (BCH) & raising it without any consideration (BSV) & not raising it at all & hence never scale (BTC).

#dailymemo
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· 19h
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A good rule of thumb is to not join in on a new coin until it's been around a few months. Too many fly by night exit scams going on.
replied · 23h
So... in your view it's not a scam because you know that you're buying into a scam? ok.
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Talk some sense into whoever operates that site, to stop promoting HEX and take down that dumbass tweet before you get covered in Richard Heart's shit.
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I don't get this though. Do people not know how a scam like HEX backfires on you later?

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There are multiple explanations, but this one resonates with me.

· 1d
Avoid scams. Like HEX. And this fake Bitcoin Cash supporter account which legitimize scammers. We've been there before with CSW.

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call it an app ;) :D

Generally I'd like to see folks keep minimal balances on their Memo/Member accounts - but I think a comprehensive solution is delegated keys - https://github.com
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I understand, I've been careful about the security on it, but that's difficult to judge without a deep dive into the code.

Here's a workaround - download it, wrap it up as an .exe and
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The site requires your private key, it constructs the transaction and sends it back to the originating address.
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I see, thanks for the explanation.

It's personal choice, but I'll stick to the dictum of not putting my private keys into websites.
Accidents happen FAR too easily -> oops, wrong key.
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That much is clear to me, thanks - so one provides a return address, sends all the tokens to the site, and the site returns them minus a fee or something?
I seek a hi-level explanation
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Unusual Uther
Another option is that there is/was a Memo issue with interpreting that specific address format.
I'll wait what @memo or anyone else who tries to reproduce says about the issue.
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Unusual Uther
I asked you what I said wrong. You seem to have nothing to point to. So who is misinforming here.
Thanks for using Bitcoin Cash (BCH) !

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· 1d
Good analysis years back, and still superbly true today.

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Unusual Uther
something I said is wrong?
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fingerprint: 32EE 4DE8 1CF3 0C1C 70A7 A4CA 035A 045A 24E9 1727
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but make sure to check the fingerprint after you import the key
(I recommend to check against Memo link, because faking a post on my profile is gonna be hard for someone :)
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Please encrypt it to my GPG pubkey if you need to encrypt something to me

https://read.cash/@btcfork/btcfork-contact-public-key-6459950e