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Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin
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The first large memo:

Introduction

How are you reading this article? How did it go from my laptop to your screen?
By the time you read this, I will have posted it on Yours.org, tweeted the link out, and posted it in other various channels. As of the time of writing, The BCH Boys podcast has 750 Twitter followers. Some of those followers have thousands of followers, and others have less than 100. Every person who may come in contact with this piece is a “node” in a large social network. Looking at it this way, we could deduce that we have 750 links to 750 nodes. But do we? How many of those nodes are logged in at the time that we tweet the piece? How many of those nodes will scroll right past the tweet and not even notice it? How many will retweet it to their followers (more nodes), continuing the broadcast?
If our intention is to spread this article as far and wide as possible, the connections between people are more important than how many followers we have. When we tweet, only...
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Diffusion
Diffusion describes how the information spreads in a network. We have broadly touched on this topic already, but it’s interesting to note a couple of things in this section. Miners are clearly incentivized to rapidly spread signals across nodes in the network. However, there are other second-class citizens within the Bitcoin network. Normally, we would care about how diffusion reaches 100% of the nodes in the network. However, in Bitcoin the incentive for non-miners to search for information from miners means that the system only depends on diffusion of information across the mining nodes in the network.
In many presentations, Dr. Craig Wright has been adamant that Bitcoin mirrors biological processes and epidemic models to an astounding degree. Specifically, he references the propagation of transactions and blocks across the network as closely resembling the SEIR-C model of epidemiology (Susceptible, Exposed, Infection, Recovery, Carrier). Shortly after reading Complex ...
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Decentralization
In general, most Bitcoiners (BTC and BCH) agree that Bitcoin is a highly secure network that is immutable and robust. You would find it incredibly difficult to change past transactions or disrupt network communication. The main point of contention comes when discussing “miner centralization” of the network, where BTC proponents argue that scaling Bitcoin on-chain centralizes the network. However, what does centralization actually mean? Think back to the beginning of this article when we discussed Twitter. The number of followers was not as important as how connected the followers are. Graph theory classifies “decentralization” not by the number of nodes in the network, but by the interconnectivity of the network. Information fed into a decentralized network is dispersed and accessible rapidly by any node connected in the network.
We can take the small-blocker argument of “decentralization” to its logical conclusion and break down why it is not rooted in any aca...
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Being able to write full articles onchain... :)
440d
There is now a setting on sv.memo.cash to enable big memos (up to 8192 characters). If you are using un-split coins this will cause them to be split. Also transactions may take awhile to confirm and can get lost.
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I'm not sure how this propagated to memo.cash, the full post is here: https://sv.memo.cash/post/7732048120e10cbbf038703ef409627c0ab77dccd7375ebbd8896022b333281b
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Pasquals
528d
Drinking beer with James
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Metalbrushes_Tattoo
It that's the date new software says it is ready,
it's going to be tested.
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Metalbrushes_Tattoo
It that's the date new software says it is ready,
it's going to be tested.
532d
BCH Boys previewing the CG Conference!!
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Madison BCH Meetup
545d · The BCH Boys
Thanks for the comments. We are working to set up a Q&A with the SV developers. We'll give more info on that as we figure those details out.
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txBlaster2
608d · stresstestbitcoin.cash
Just to be clear: reply to this post with your stress test message and like this post with the amount to stress! (min 15000 sat) Then watch here: https://seashells.io/v/fsKeAUPR
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txBlaster2
Bitcoin is an economic system.
608d
Going to start posting more things here. A lot less astroturfing when people have to pay to troll.
CryptoAnarchist
609d · Fire Amaury Sechet
Notice how quiet the anti-CSW trolls are here compared to reddit? They are mostly Blockstream employees that don't have BCH
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A more in0depth explanation of his recent tweets.
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Great interview, Craig is always interesting to listen to. Really hope he and Nchain will deliver some useful tech.
610d · The BCH Boys
Another conversation with Dr. Craig S Wright:
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Another conversation with Dr. Craig S Wright:
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Paper 759

"Computer implemented method: Search"

This is one that some large companies will notice in time... but not yet.
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Check out Marco Coino!