John Warlock

Joined Aug 12, 2018

Bitcoin is inevitable.

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26 minutes for a block is so annoying. I swear they get slow whenever I'm doing something.
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Why would it be a high value transaction? Only possible with a fee market. No one will use Memo with high fees.
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Life moderator?
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I know. Which is why calling BCH a sleeping giant or some other nonsense is flat out stupid when you consider there is nothing to convince normies to come to the table. Ever
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I'm not moving any real value. Not buying or exchanging anything with this tx. The tx count on BTC at least represents that, it has to in order to justify the fees.
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What do you think the majority of people that have heard of crypto and it's benefits have elected to do? Exactly that. I for one am not giving up, i just think we're being unrealistic.
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Not when most of those people think most of those transactions are spam used to prop up the stats. And to be fair these messages aren't exactly adoption.
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"We HAVE block rewards!" That's literally what i fucking said. That's all we have, no one is going to run a 3 exahash network for $20, pocket lint transaction fees.
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And i meant that making transactions on the network does nothing to make the network stronger aside from adoption.
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I'd be interested to see how many active accounts there are. Like how many accounts post at least once every 3 days.
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Not exactly. Miners aren't incentivized by transaction fees on BCH. Only the block reward. Honestly if the fees were the only payout for miners our hashrate would drop like a rock.
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Or a slave driving communist regime hell bent on spectacularly executing the enemies of their state.
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Plus as i said earlier, using chain analysis to ban anyone with even a whiff of coin taint, or privacy coin activity from fiat on ramps, as well as honeypotting and banning p2p xchange
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They will more likely just choke it to death by doing dumb shit like leaving the tax situation as is, demanding you announce your wallet addresses to the IRS etc.
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They already know it too. Which is why they are in lieu of banning it, starting to regulate and tax it to hell and back. So a ban isn't honestly on my list of fears for crypto.
Also my money is already in crypto. They can't ban me from getting something i already have. Something i can freely use again anywhere else in the world just by crossing a border. Banning Bitcoin is useless.
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Banning Libra? Meh.

Banning Bitcoin?

No one:

Literally everyone in crypto:

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Fun fact, in order to "shoot" anything into the sun you'd actually just go in the opposite direction of Earths orbit to cancel out it's orbital velocity and let said object fall in.
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A currency is different from a marketplace. I think if the powers that be wanted Bitcoin banned they could have tried it any time in the last 11 years.
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Says the guy who supports a crypto that desires to deplatform people based on corrupt legislation and financial regulation.
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Southeast Asia and India as well. Even baltic and former soviet bloc states. But not Germany, UK, US imo
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I don't think mainstream use of cryptocurrencies is going to occur en masse in first world countries any time soon. It's best chance is in places like Venezuela and African nations.
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Finally got the refund.
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How is BCH a sleeping giant?
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Hey, did you get my email?