LeeFlemingster

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If only Adam Back hadn't spent the last few years scammily pretending Bitcoin is "hashcash with inflation control" and instead impeding Bitcoin's growth via AXA funding. #dailymemo
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The #BitcoinCash #SLPTorch is on its 71st torchbearer. Let's push on and see how many more we can get.

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sent 25 BAB to
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We can now buy or sell #BitcoinCash with

EVERY PAYMENT METHOD
EVERY COUNTRY
EVERY AMOUNT
NO KYC (for the platform)

Try today at https://local.bitcoin.com
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I've forwarded the 🔥 Bitcoin cash SLP Torch 🔥 to @christroutner!
(at the address he requested)

https://explorer.bitcoin.com/bch/tx/39639d88cdeb9986ca64ac9f67387ea96a9e8f1096a4ddeac151f54a3b3e661d
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This is what I thought after looking at the docs, thanks for confirming.
Time to make those backups and tomorrow I'll set it up.
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No. It uses the same dir, but I think it will complain of you try to open a non-SLP wallet.
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No proof of Satoshi, no proof of valid whitepaper copyright
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Counterpunch: Developer Swipes BCH Attackers’ Funds Right Under Their Noses
https://coinspice.io/news/counterpunch-developer-swipes-bch-attackers-funds-right-under-their-noses/
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1,000,000,000 = giga
1,000,000 = mega
1,000 = kilo
1
0.001 = milli
0.000 001 = micro
0.000 000 0001 = nano
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m฿ - millibit. ฿0.001
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cryptotux
Good requirements help here. Also requirements should be the basis of your test cases.
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A password manager is useful to prevent reusing passphrases. This is a good read on how to make a secure passphrase.
https://blog.1password.com/toward-better-master-passwords/