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What will happen to BCH after the halving?

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In 2017, /r/cryptocurrency was comparing Bitcoin to tech companies and "doing research" trying to find the crypto with the best **technology and innovation**. They compared Bitcoin to AOL or MySpace saying BTC will soon be replaced by new shitcoins with superior technology. Most of these people lost most their money. It's 2024 and people still haven't learned. People are still doing research and falling for tech memes. https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/7kval4/in_20_years_bitcoin_will_be_to_crypto_what_aol_is/ - In 20 years Bitcoin will be to crypto what AOL is now to the internet. - Lol—try 3-5 years. - I think 20 months tops - 20 yrs? Think 2. - It' ll happen sooner. The world turns faster constantly. Bitcoin is like a fat, slow dinosaur - Agreed. Could be months. The space is wide open for competition. Could def see ETH and BCH taking the crown. - Someday people will think that it'd ridiculous to pay fees and wait time to transfer money and they will buy IOTA - Companies will not bet on a burning piece of garbage like Bitcoin, and whatever they pick will win. I guarantee it. See: Bosch/IOTA. - Hmm your comment has made me think of possibly splitting my portfolio four ways - ETH, IOTA, XRP, REQ. - The sad fact is there are coins from 4 years ago that are better than Bitcoin, we don't even need new projects to take leaps forward. - Tl;dr I think your bitcoins are going to be about as valuable as your 20 hours of free internet CDs from AOL - In 2017 alone, Ethereum, Iota, Ripple, Vertcoin, Monero and Litecoin have all made big moves in terms of tech and adoption. What will 2018 bring? 2019? Will Bitcoin still lumber into 2020?

From 2018, there are ONLY 5 ALTs out of the 1,500+ at the time in profit: https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20180101/ From 2022, there are ONLY maybe a little more than a handful out of 10,000+ at the time in profit (you have to look to back several pages for most of them since they were micro caps): https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20220101/ **Investing in ALTs is an almost guaranteed way to lose money.** And out of the thousands of ALTs, people almost always pick the wrong ALTs for the new bullrun and/or ALTs have a short pump/dump window to make money. In 2019, /r/cryptocurrency was picking these ALTs which are all down massively or dead. > IOTA, ICON, Vechain, Nano, NEO, BCH, DragonChain, Factom, Zilliqua... https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/au3j49/only_the_strongest_will_survive_the_great_altcoin/

> Funny to see alts lower now than when btc was at 50k It only gets worse the longer it goes. Look at some of the best performing ALTs that have survived since BTC was $13K 6 years ago, they've gone much lower. Most of the other top ALTs are dead. Jan 1, 2018 - BTC $13K - ADA $0.72 - XRP $2.39 - LTC $2.30 - BCH $2,400 Only a handful of lower marketcap ALTs have outpeformed. Once you reach multi-billion marketcap, where is money going to come from for ALTs? Institutional investors and big money aren't going to say, hey let me invest in Cardano, Ripple and Litecoin. They are skeptical of crypto and it is a big hurdle for them to even make a small allocation of their portfolio into Bitcoin.

I earn a very small amount of BCH on my android phone on 2 apps, 1)Earn Bitcoin Cash & 2)Bitcoin Cash Giveaway. It pays out once a week at 100,000 sats by playing games and/or spinning the wheel once an hour, from the app. I have sats sent to an exchange that I only use for these. Also Doge and Lite coin from the website. Takes a bit of effort but you get a little(very little) bit of coin. Ive played them 2 months and made $4-5 in worth of coin. no troubles so far. also interested in any input from experienced use.

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Yeah, don't touch BTC unless you want BTC. Too expensive. Those fees aren't cake wallet, they're network fees. Get LTC or BCH and then swap using trocador or orangefren, that's the easiest way. You can use Haveno and just buy XMR directly from someone but that requires setting up the software. If you intend to do this somewhat often you should, but if it's a one off thing it's a bit of work.

Don't use BTC, it always has high network fees. Try LTC or BCH.

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How is removing a fuel ring a HARD technical problem? Bitcoin has zero hard technical problems, just look at BCH. They had no problem making validation multithreated, making the DAA adjust diffuculty in real time, adding opcodes to get more smart contract functionality, adding in block compression. All these ideas where known by Satoshi and the first handfull of devs, it took a bit of time to work them out and code them in but that's all in the past now. Bitcoin has always been able to scale. But now that the meme that Bitcoin can't scale, is not a currency, does not bring freedom, etc etc and is only there for speculation and to make husslers rich at the expense of the marks. Now that all of this has firmly invaded everybody their mind Bitcoin does not have to scale anymore. Nobody wants it to scale. Nobody needs it to scale. The revolution has been succesfully neutralized. The powers that be remain in full financial control over everything, including Bitcoin. But one day all these people will regret they tried to get rich before they tried to be in control. Like slaves mesmerized by their golden chains.

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>I wouldn't recommend your final link to anybody else, that website is BCH not bitcoin.org. Continuing to use that domain name despite the project name being different is deceptive. If you would have followed Bitcoin.com you would be aware of these emails between Mike Hearn and Satoshi Nakamoto. But clearly they have been kept hidden from you, how is THAT not deceptive? Otherwise you would not put words in Satoshi his mouth like >I hope you are aware that it was a '**known issue**' right at the beginning. Satoshi and others posted about it on bitcointalk Scaling the utxo model has never been particular hard unless you insist on storing all tx for all eternitiy which is absurd. You don't need to know how owned a sat 200 years ago, you only need to know who owns it in the presence. Since you are so allergic to anything hosted on Bitcoin.com here is the email. Maybe ask Bitcoin.org to host them ... see what they say! From: Satoshi Nakamoto <satoshin@gmx.com> Date: Sun, Apr 12, 2009 at 10:44 PM To: Mike Hearn <mike@plan99.net> Subject: Re: Questions about BitCoin Hi Mike, I'm glad to answer any questions you have. If I get time, I ought to write a FAQ to supplement the paper. There is only one global chain. The existing Visa credit card network processes about 15 million Internet purchases per day worldwide. Bitcoin can already scale much larger than that with existing hardware for a fraction of the cost. It never really hits a scale ceiling. If you're interested, I can go over the ways it would cope with extreme size. By Moore's Law, we can expect hardware speed to be 10 times faster in 5 years and 100 times faster in 10. Even if Bitcoin grows at crazy adoption rates, I think computer speeds will stay ahead of the number of transactions. I don't anticipate that fees will be needed anytime soon, but if it becomes too burdensome to run a node, it is possible to run a node that only processes transactions that include a transaction fee. The owner of the node would decide the minimum fee they'll accept. Right now, such a node would get nothing, because nobody includes a fee, but if enough nodes did that, then users would get faster acceptance if they include a fee, or slower if they don't. The fee the market would settle on should be minimal. If a node requires a higher fee, that node would be passing up all transactions with lower fees. It could do more volume and probably make more money by processing as many paying transactions as it can. The transition is not controlled by some human in charge of the system though, just individuals reacting on their own to market forces. Eventually, most nodes may be run by specialists with multiple GPU cards. For now, it's nice that anyone with a PC can play without worrying about what video card they have, and hopefully it'll stay that way for a while. More computers are shipping with fairly decent GPUs these days, so maybe later we'll transition to that. A key aspect of Bitcoin is that the security of the network grows as the size of the network and the amount of value that needs to be protected grows. The down side is that it's vulnerable at the beginning when it's small, although the value that could be stolen should always be smaller than the amount of effort required to steal it. If someone has other motives to prove a point, they'll just be proving a point I already concede. My choice for the number of coins and distribution schedule was an educated guess. It was a difficult choice, because once the network is going it's locked in and we're stuck with it. I wanted to pick something that would make prices similar to existing currencies, but without knowing the future, that's very hard. I ended up picking something in the middle. If Bitcoin remains a small niche, it'll be worth less per unit than existing currencies. If you imagine it being used for some fraction of world commerce, then there's only going to be 21 million coins for the whole world, so it would be worth much more per unit. Values are 64-bit integers with 8 decimal places, so 1 coin is represented internally as 100000000. There's plenty of granularity if typical prices become small. For example, if 0.001 is worth 1 Euro, then it might be easier to change where the decimal point is displayed, so if you had 1 Bitcoin it's now displayed as 1000, and 0.001 is displayed as 1. > Ripple is interesting in that it's the only other system that does something with trust besides concentrate it into a central server. Satoshi

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> Satoshi and others posted about it on bitcointalk I have been around since july 2011 and have read everything on https://nakamotoinstitute.org/ which is everything ever written by Satoshi. > the most immediate limitation with bitcoin That's an artificial limit that Satoshi and other put in the code to protect against spam when spamming the network was free. >Your post made no mention of lightning or scaling solutions in general The Lightning whitepaper specifically talked about Lightning needing 100 mb blocks before it can scale. Since Bitcoin will never allowed to have 100 mb blocks it can't scale. >The trilema is real The trilema is nonsense. You are not suppose to store transactions for all eternity. Read point 7 in the whitepaper. Every other inefficiency that could lead to centralisation pressure has been identified and fixed since about 2015 and also been implemented in BCH since aboutr 2019. >Fee bidding is a market mechanism for determining priority Could you have a stock market with working market mechnanisms when the rule is only 100 trades per day are allowed? >The fee market for transactions on the base layer is a part of the design, it is like a vital organ. If you think all transaction fees should be zero, there's more to learn. I have never set they should be zero, of course they can't be zero because every the block reward has run out all security will be gone. The fees should be set by miners based on their costs and revenue and the formula to do risk management to find the proper max block size per block has been known since 2016. On current modern hardware, let's say a price quality gaming PC that they suggest on /r/pcmaster transactions today can be validated at 4000 tx/s ever since the code for it is no longer single thread bound. If you want to I can show you with math how Bitcoin can already today scale past Visa at just a fraction of the cost.

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Luckily, I only had some ETC and BCH worth USD 500.- on that DeFi-platform. After the liquidation process I got some back in BTC. With the current appreciation it nearly made up the loss. I had some on NEXO, too but I don't trust DeFi anymore.

Use BCH and you don't need any layer 2 🤣 and spend 450 dollars instead of 67k and receive the same product (I think improved)

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From 2018, there are ONLY 5 ALTs out of the 1,500+ at the time in profit: https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20180101/ From 2022, there are ONLY like 3 ALTs out of 10,000+ at the time in profit: https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20220101/ **Investing in ALTs is an almost guaranteed way to lose money.** And out of the thousands of ALTs, people almost always pick the wrong ALTs for the new bullrun and/or ALTs have a short pump/dump window to make money. In 2019, /r/cryptocurrency was picking these ALTs which are all down massively or dead. > IOTA, ICON, Vechain, Nano, NEO, BCH, DragonChain, Factom, Zilliqua... https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/au3j49/only_the_strongest_will_survive_the_great_altcoin/

I think it underperforms other assets. Even big ones like BTC and ETH, let alone smaller tokens with higher velocity. This is already happening. Everything was in the shitter in late 2023. BTC and ETH are up 2X min from that point. Matic is up like 25%. Tokenomics are balls and as an ecosystem, it's losing its footing to old competitors and newcomers in term of defi. People still work on BCH and there's a smart contract platform that utilizes it and stuff. It's only for the fanboys but it's still there and it's used and this is probably what keeps BCH from going to zero, but BCH's best days are long behind it. IMO that is going to be Polygon's fate. It'll always be a thing but its days as a big player are over.

From 2018, there are ONLY 5 ALTs out of the 1,500+ at the time in profit: https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20180101/ From 2022, there are ONLY like 3 ALTs out of 10,000+ at the time in profit: https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20220101/ **Investing in ALTs is an almost guaranteed way to lose money.** And out of the thousands of ALTs, people almost always pick the wrong ALTs for the new bullrun and/or ALTs have a short pump/dump window to make money. In 2019, /r/cryptocurrency was picking these ALTs which are all down massively or dead. > IOTA, ICON, Vechain, Nano, NEO, BCH, DragonChain, Factom, Zilliqua... https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/au3j49/only_the_strongest_will_survive_the_great_altcoin/

From 2018, there are ONLY 5 ALTs out of the 1,500+ at the time in profit: https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20180101/ From 2022, there are ONLY like 3 ALTs out of 10,000+ at the time in profit: https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20220101/ **Investing in ALTs is an almost guaranteed way to lose money.** And out of the thousands of ALTs, people almost always pick the wrong ALTs for the new bullrun and/or ALTs have a short pump/dump window to make money. In 2019, /r/cryptocurrency was picking these ALTs which are all massively or dead. > IOTA, ICON, Vechain, Nano, NEO, BCH, DragonChain, Factom, Zilliqua... https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/au3j49/only_the_strongest_will_survive_the_great_altcoin/

Don't you remember when CNBC was shilling the crook under investigation for 'BCH' Roger Ver? You wanna talk about scammers? The producer would tweet, "Roger Ver coming on Fast Money at 5pm. Deal with it!!!!" Like she knows everyone hates Ver and he single handedly tried to bring down BTC back in 2k16-2k17 with his disastrous Fork. Yet they kept bringing him on just to piss viewers off.

Mentions:#BCH#BTC

It just sucks that BCH does not get the love it deserves. BCH gets treated as a stepchild.

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BCH also flipped ETH

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I did have additional 2FA on all withdrawals - somehow they got around security on my authenticator app (for reasons I won’t go into here, it’s pretty clear these guys were a sophisticated operation and knew what they were doing). I also had a restriction on how much could be withdrawn in a 24 hour period, which is why I thankfully only lost ~25% of what was purchased. The point is none of what you mentioned would have prevented this issue. The hackers then realized there was a restriction, which was why they made all the conversions I described above (I think they were trying to see if they would be allowed to send more by converting to other types of crypto). They obviously realized after they were unable to send more after attempting in BTC, BCH, USDC, and ETH, and gave up - but not before generating the $1000 in “Coinbase Fees” I’m disputing.

I did have additional 2FA on all withdrawals - somehow they got around security on my authenticator app (for reasons I won’t go into here, it’s pretty clear these guys were a sophisticated operation and knew what they were doing). I also had a restriction on how much could be withdrawn in a 24 hour period, which is why I thankfully only lost ~25% of what was purchased. The point is none of what you mentioned would have prevented this issue. The hackers then realized there was a restriction, which was why they made all the conversions I described above (I think they were trying to see if they would be allowed to send more by converting to other types of crypto). They obviously realized after they were unable to send more after attempting in BTC, BCH, USDC, and ETH, and gave up - but not before generating the $1000 in “Coinbase Fees” I’m disputing.

Crypto is the future. But I wouldn't have used multiple eth transfers to get the job done with the gas fees they add on lol. Next time try LTC, DASH, BCH or XRP for something like this. DASH has instant settlement and practically zero fees.

XMR, ADA, ALGO, ATOM, MATIC, DOT, LTC, BCH, AVAX, all Top20 and all of them still on 2022/2023 levels

Probably Blackrock will not be building on something that is connected to fake satoshi or questionable founders or folks who think BCH is the actual Bitcoin.

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Bought some weed using XMR and BCH a week or two back.

Mentions:#XMR#BCH

I see more potential upside in BCH or XMR, if you have to choose just ONE coin to invest.

Mentions:#BCH#XMR#ONE

I’d be happy to send you $0.01 - $1 of Bitcoin Cash to show you how well Bitcoin can work with micropayments. Share your address with me and I’ll send it over instantly, with 0-conf BCH transactions. I’d be willing to bet you cannot do the same with BTC on chain. I don’t use the for-profit, offline, paper / IOU, Lightning Network for many reasons (security, privacy, custody, terrible UX, failed routing in the hub-and-spoke infra, etc). I use Bitcoin on-chain, as it was intended, with Bitcoin Cash.

Mentions:#BCH#BTC#UX

No. Average transaction fees are around $7 right now, that’s at least $6.98 too much. Imagine paying $7 per transaction on your credit card, or bank account. Have you tried using Bitcoin Cash? It works like BTC used to - when BTC had low fees and 0-conf transactions. Roger Ver endorses BCH the last time I checked. - https://bitcoinfees.cash Bitcoin Cash (BCH) - Next Block Fee: $0.0025 - Weekly Median Fee: $0.0018 Bitcoin Core (BTC) - Next Block Fee: $6.67 - Weekly Median Fee: $2.23

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They'll be left behind. Show me another coin that's solved development, scaling, privacy, volatility. BCH will be #1, it might take 1, 10 or even 20 years for the market to catch on, but it'll happen

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BCH has solved scaling and volatility with ABLA and AnyHedge/BCH Bull

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\-It has proven functionality with no major setbacks through multiple cycles. You can't seriously say that about BTC when transaction fees hit $300 a few months ago, it's limited to 6tps, transactions get stuck for weeks, you can't accept instant transactions, and the development is entirely centralized and controlled by banks & payment processors. It's a cripple coin. I don't care what the price or market sentiment is, i won't touch it. If you think BCH is irrelevant, you haven't been paying attention - to the history, the technology or to recent developments. BCH is going to be huge. Have you even heard of CashFusion, ABLA, AnyHedge or BCH Bull? Fundamentals always win. Bitcoin Cash has solved so many major issues with cryptocurrency while everyone's been wanking around with memecoins and casino trading fundamentally bad coins.

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They just saw fees go up, so people stopped using it, and they stopped accepting it. No one is going to pay a $20 fee for a $5 sandwich, and in 2017, that's what was happening. By the time BCH and other options were well established, it was too late. I've seen that others have had a lot of success getting new merchants to use alternative crypto payment networks, but the constant fee spikes burned a lot of good will that we had with local merchants, and killed a lot of the motivation we had to keep trying.

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Ok, first I'll steel-man your argument, to show you that I think I understand what you're trying to say. I think you want a cryptocurrency to be successful as a currency above all else, and so that is the basis of your assessment of what is 'best'. You believe BCH is technically superior to bitcoin by that metric. I'd also expect that you think the declining value of BCH is attributable to sheeple just following other trends, and also an irrelevance to the definition of success. I would concede the point that a) dynamic block size is a technical innovation and b) that could assist with managing peaks and troughs in demand. From here on out it's not going to be pretty, but your username is so ironic that I can't help myself. The extent that I regard dynamic block sizes as a technical innovation is borderline irrelevant. I think that the amount of transactions required by a global currency is north of a million per second, just as a starting number before I would take it seriously, it's probably much higher. I have already made that point in each of my previous two posts and both times you have not engaged with it at all, so it seems you're dodging the issue. > Nah, that’s a ridiculous claim. BTC is like the AOL of crypto. It was the first, but definitely not the ‘best.’ This is not the first time I’ve ran into someone claiming BTC is superior tech simply because it has higher price. That's a strawman. > There’s a reason some people are ‘in it for the tech’ and others are here simply for ‘number go up’ That's a no true Scotsman. > We all know the crypto market is irrational and the only reason BTC has the higher price is because it’s got the BTC ticker. People know the name, and this sub absolutely shit on BCH since its inception for no good reason other than to pump BTC bags. "We all know". Trifecta, there should be an award for that or something.

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Nah, that’s a ridiculous claim. BTC is like the AOL of crypto. It was the first, but definitely not the ‘best’ There’s a reason some people are ‘in it for the tech’ and others are here simply for ‘number go up’ We all know the crypto market is irrational and the only reason BTC has the higher price is because it’s got the BTC ticker. People know the name, and this sub absolutely shit on BCH at its inception for no good reason other than to pump BTC bags.

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>BCH went to 8MB, then to 32MB, and now has adaptive blocksize. I don’t see how this is detrimental at all. [https://www.tradingview.com/chart/?symbol=BCH%2FBTC](https://www.tradingview.com/chart/?symbol=BCH%2FBTC) That might seem like a cheap shot, so let me explain in a less shitty way. The detrimental impact was causing a schism over a system that didn't solve anything. I can make the claim that it 'didn't solve anything' because the project has declined in value since inception. Really it is not me making the claim so much as a reflection of the market saying 'this is of no value'. I don't believe big blocks were a solution to scaling any more than a fat man letting out his belt is a solution to the desire for more cake.

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BCH went to 8mb, then to 32MB, and now has adaptive blocksize. I don’t see how this is detrimental at all.

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There was a BCH hard fork but the economic majority simply chose BTC and sold their BCH. That's it. Economic majority determines which protocol "wins", not node count, not miners.

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How did the control of power and influence benefit them over the long turn? They had exactly the same amount of BTC and BCH at the moment of chain split. Today, bitcoin is controlled by 18310 nodes and two dozens of institutional miners. So what was the incentive for them in the long run other than keeping the small block size for the sake of it?

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Oh I agree with you, just pointing out how it was decided. In another timeline without Blockstream’s Segwit propaganda, BCH might have been BTC.

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IIRC the chain with majority hash power after a hard for keeps the BTC ticker. When the fork occurred in 2017, only about 40% of hash power signaled support of the big-block chain, thus creating BCH. There was a short period of time when the new chain didn’t have a name because big-blockers wanted to keep the BTC ticker.

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>Blockstream had influence on the small block side. >When an ecosystem stops embracing new technology, it inevitably stagnates, >I’m not a Bitcoin Cash enjoyoor in the slightest, Why not? In an alternate timeline where Blockstream had not propagandized miners into accepting Segwit, BCH would probably be known as BTC today.

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Damn, everyone be shitting on BCH 🫥

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ETH has been on this list since like 2015 considering there wasn’t much else out at the time and what was out flopped, except for a few coins here or there. Considering they’ve both survived for roughly a decade+ I would say they’re definitively blue chips. Solana has done well since the FTX crash but I wouldn’t call it a bluechip. I would just call it a coin that has activity right now. There was a time when EOS and NEO had a lot of activity. Hell even NANO used to be popular. In a similar vein XRP has existed for quite some time too (like XMR or LTC, or even BCH) but I wouldn’t call any of those blue chips. More so just coins that have existed and still exist to a degree. I’m not really equating age/price/market cap position with “blue chip” though. I don’t think there are rules that make something a bluechip but you can tell if something has been robust and existing for years without issues, and often you see the price go up as activity/addresses/tx’s/tvl/development increased too.

Sold BTC at 70K, bought BCH at 256

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Jealous that our testnet has more transactions than BCH's mainnet? It's no surprise that Maxis lost the plot long ago, but Bitcoin is still one of the most used networks (if not the most) despite its technical limitations, it will always "fail to scale". After all, all cryptos are blockchains and they have the same limitations.

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Not quite. It will be the incentive of economic reward that will drive Bitcoin towards the longest chain. The miners mining for the shorter chain will simply fall behind and have their blocks invalid by the Bitcoin Core software. It will discard it as invalid without any further discussion - it simply is not valid, because it is the shorter chain. The users of the networks themselves will be "voting" on which rules are valid by validating the blockchain with their own nodes. I know for certain that I will not be validating using the China/RussiaCoin software. To make the shorter, worse, chain valid, it would require people to actively install corrupted node software and actively choose to participate in the worse, shorter, less decentralized blockchain. See: Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Bitcoin Satoshis Vision (BSV). Those are two examples of what you are describing. Both of those coins are essentially worthless to anyone but the small handful of lunatics who still use them.

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ADA, Algo, LTC, LRC, ETC, BCH, CRO. Buy them. Show us. I dare you.

BCH taking a nosedive

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Dot belongs to those cryptos explicitly called securites by the sec if I remember correctly. Next ETF is either BCH or Litecoin I'd say.

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Thanks for feedback, so grayscale is pushing for the BCH ETF-they will take lead paving the road . In my humble opinion, In the world of legality and for me to be sure, submitting requests in writing has more weight. Let’s hope BCH ETF , goes through because bitcoin etf was approved.

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I like to know, has BCH submitted an ETF application to SEC yet ? if anyone can confirm please.

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BTC, ETH, BCH, LTC, XLM. I don't know how to read charts so I just DCA as I can afford. Prob never sell unless hard times

Sounds like the only one spewing is you and it’s not sentiment, it’s shit. Either you are Roger Ver himself or a BCH holder. Either way you shouldn’t be so quick to dismiss the truth just because it’s doesn’t agree with you. Vers name in the list is a slap in the face of anyone with any human decency.

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Nah…the last two will be LTC and BCH ETF’s since they are clones of BTC. Already rumors of those being prepped. No way SEC can deny as the same arguments apply to them as applied to the BTC ETFs….but agree with you on any other crypto ETFs this cycle not moving forward

Are you just spewing your own sentiment that you got from all the btc propaganda because he supports BCH or do you have actual evidence? The got roger because they think he didn't disclose all his coins when he canceled his US citizenship which he actually hired a company for to do the work to be safe and legal in the first place.

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BCH has cheap mixer you could use multiple times easily. Stealth addresses (Reusable Payment Addresses) and generally cares about privacy but works with an open blockchain because it scales much better. Atomic swaps between BCH and XMR are being worked on and I can't wait for it to be ready :)

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Yeah ,there has to be someone like you anytime someone mentions BCH 😆 . Actually BCH IS Bitcoin . Just a cheaper ,faster transactioning one. Yeah,market cap is small ,but technically is Bitcoin.

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Oh really? My oh my.. wont be long until SOL ETF too then. Whats next after that, the coins tradfi considers top coins like XRP and BCH? DOGE after that? Bitcoin ETF made sense, but thr ETF one I feel opens a whole other can of worms.

I’m actually looking at crypto a bit differently lately. I’m investing ‘more than I’d like to lose’ with the assumption I’ll leave it for 10+ years as a hedge/diversification to my other assets. These are coins I have high conviction about (eg. BTC ETH SOL BCH). That said, I do have “play/trade” funds that I deposit only what I’m prepared to lose (eg. SOL, FTM, SUI, some real shitcoins).

One heck of a deal isn't it ? To buy 950 bucks worth (probably) of dollars with 1000 dollars 😆😆 . To me "stable coins" are shitcoins. Two or three crypto that's worth it ,the big boys : BTC,BCH and (maybe) ETH as a platform to do stuff on. Mainly BTC.

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You’re forgetting the ones that already meet the SEC standards (b/c they are BTC clones)…BCH and LTC will be next…book it

Segwit was the only proposal put forward by Core, and it was put forward because it had the quadratic hashing and malleability fix. It also gave a block size increase. There were a few attacks, but they were never about getting consensus, they were about circumventing it. I made a helpful list: XT (aka fail-train #1) Classic (aka fail-train #2) BU (aka fail-train #3) BCH (aka fail-train #4) 2x (aka fail-train #5) BSV (aka fail-train #6)

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BCH.games Once again the coin that shall not be named is paving the way.

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1. Monero (best) 2. ZCash (maybe, with blinded transactions, not default) 3. Dash (don't know much) 4. Lightning (channel partner knows stuff, but nobody else) 5. Tumblers (BTC-Coinjoin, BCH-Coinjoin, LTC-Coinjoin)

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You must not have been around during the segwit arguments. Bitcoin governance is fractured and uninterested in appointing new infrastructure upgraded. Last time we tried on a meaningful scale the network fractured and BCH was forked. It’s not a great “consensus algorithm” when in case of no consensus, the network just forks and both options are followed. Pretty piss poor consensus

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Lol Maxis are fun. BCH is literally the Bitcoin from the white paper. More than the BTC fork...

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What's the bad things about BCH? That it works & is a competitor to BTC? CashFusion works great for optional privacy, it's not XMR but it's pretty good. It has significant adoption compared to most of these other projects & probably will be the first coin that can be private optionally with an ETF. Probably one of the easiest to use too

If you mean fees, no one who has held Bitcoin long term has lost out because of fees, which are less than a dollar atm btw. >Not a speculative asset that's being "so attacked" that has an ETF and is held by BlackRock. LOL Has been. Gaining respect now. There's no "Bitcoin's BCH". That's an altcoin.

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BTC? That coin that people in poor countries who can afford to DCA $20 at a time, will end up losing 50% of it just to consolidate the UTXOs? We are talking about a real crypto with privacy uses in here. Not a speculative asset that's being "so attacked" that has an ETF and is held by BlackRock. LOL In any case Id agree with you if you talked about Bitcoin's BCH.

Hey, honestly, that's not too bad. Also, investing into BTC is always great. I would recommend DCAing into it. But I would also suggest tat you invest in altcoins for a diverse portfolio. Not talking about risky investments like meme coins (expect for DOGE) but generally crypto like SOL, ETH, LINK, BCH, LTC, etc. I use a crypto trading and investing platform that maintains and balances my portfolio. My profit stands at 133% right now.

Half Solid but a bit too oldschool imho. Try shooting some BCH or Doge (even Avax ) for other coins. Great examples in this thread already

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Jesus, that was damn near impossible to find. Of the dozen articles I read about the [announcement][a], I only found one ([Gizmodo][b]) that actually linked to the actual press release. Hell, even the DJT campaign site didn't feature it. Only way to find it was to click on the "news" tab and search "crypto" to find the press release. Anyway, it is using Coinbase Commerce as the payment processor which means it mostly only accepts Web3 type donations. Only way to use a non-EVM coin (LTC, BTC, BCH) is to link your Coinbase account to the DJT campaign site, or link your CB-Wallet app to it. ## Coinbase Commerce Payment Methods * Coinbase Account * Coinbase Wallet * MetaMask * Rainbow * WalletConnect * Argent * Browser Web3 Wallet * Ledger * Phantom * Rabby Wallet * Trust Wallet * Uniswap Wallet [a]: https://www.donaldjtrump.com/news/bc422399-088b-49a0-a39b-c094fad4daf8 [b]: https://gizmodo.com/trump-accepting-bitcoin-crypto-campaign-donations-1851493016

no XMR, LTC or BCH . No actual payment coins, just "store of value" and "web3" useless meme coins

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Right now I have SOL, ETH, DOT, AVAX, ADA, DOGE, LINK, LTC, BNB, BCH, etc. I have invested in a crypto trading fund with a trading bot. It keeps my portfolio balanced and saves me from constantly monitoring the market.

If he indeed is SN, he will cry all the way to the bank nonetheless with the BTC he controls, as well as the BCH, BSV, and everything else those original keys control from all of the forks. Some might wonder if he did all of this so the courts would officially say he isn't SN, and then no one would suspect he is, with the wealth his keys control.

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Not sure what your goal was for posting this. Honest debate? Practice for an elevator pitch for friends and family? Who do you need to convince that Bitcoin > Gold? And what happens if you do convince one or a thousand people; does that make the price of gold drop? Is there a reason to not invest or use both? Is there a reason you think your list, as it stands, differentiates BTC from its forks, like BCH, BSV, LTC (84M, not 21M)? I may or may not invest in both. Why should I tell anyone if I have Bitcoin? All that does is set me up to be threatened for it. "More portable" - Depends on your definition of portable. You can carry your BIP39 by memorizing it; you can carry an ounce of gold ($2,400) very easily on your person. Sure, it would take 25 lbs of gold for $1M. But ask people on Coinbase or Robin Hood (and you did not state "when you control it in a non-custodial wallet") how portable their funds are when geopolitical or market conditions go hinky. "Far more divisible" - We are talking about a $2 mining fee at the moment per trx (11 sat/VB). So moving anything less than 0.000028 BTC is cost-prohibitive right now, if my math is correct. BCH, Litecoin, BSV are far less costly to transact with, so taking advantage of extra decimal points may make more sense. "Absolutely scarce" - so far this and the others before are likewise true for BCH, BSV, and a ton of other forks. You didn't mention decentralized, which some people say is the issue with the others and the power of Wright et al. And "absolutely" in this world is a bit dangerous, as the developers can and have made changes before. "Superior security and storage" - Steve Wozniak, Mark Cuban. A few messages before and after yours. People are having their Bitcoin and other crypto taken from them through social engineering, problems with wallets, problems with exchanges, ALL THE TIME. And with the "portability", all I need is a good way to threaten you, and I can get your crypto. Quantum computing threatens. You need to go to where my gold is (if I have any) to take it away from me. Is it in my apartment? Is it in a safe deposit box in my bank. Do I have any in the first place? And people estimate that 20-30% of BTC will never be accessed as people have lost the keys. As current holders cross the crypto rainbow bridge, more will be lost or go to the wrong people as people don't know how to reliably pass along their keys to the kingdom to their heirs. That's a lot of lost wealth. "Instant global liquidity" - "Instant" isn't a word I would use, whether relying on a 10 minute average block time or other slow downs. Litecoin, BCH, BSV ... even Doge ... are quicker, aren't they? "100% auditable with transparency and verifiability" - Well, yes and no. Lightning and other L2 mean the details aren't on the BTC blockchain. Activity on exchanges isn't detailed on the blockchain.

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I absolutely get crypto. Crypto obviously has a future. I understand your main argument. The interesting part is your point about scarcity. Bitcoin is scarce. Crypto is not. Bitcoin has forked. BCH, for example, is another 21m cons on a very similar chain. There are many clones and forks and technologically superior coins too. USD is the biggest currency on the planet. It has the biggest network of users. FIAT is integrated into society on every level. If BTC can push out FIAT because it is better, a better crypto can push out BTC also by being better. That's just basic common sense. Anyone who denies this is playing some mental tricks on themselves, or is playing tricks on you. So no one can prove that bitcoin will succeed because no one knows if a better coin will push out crypto or not. OP should buy crypto for sure. He should diversify. Hold traditional investments. Buy property (we all need somewhere to live, that ain't changing!). Buy a range of coins and don't be afraid to look out for that one coin that beats BTC. Humans are terrible at predicting the future. We just don't know. Diversity and hedge, then you can't lose.

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