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/btc was created to foster and support free and open Bitcoin discussion about cryptocurrency, Bitcoin news, and exclusive AMA (Ask Me Anything) interviews from top Bitcoin and cryptocurrency leaders. Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet. A distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without the need for any central authority whatsoever. Learn more about Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, cryptocurrency, and more.
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Bitcoin Cash (BCH) brings sound money to the world. Merchants and users are empowered with low fees and reliable confirmations. The future shines brightly with unrestricted growth, global adoption, permissionless innovation, and decentralized development. All Bitcoin holders as of block 478558 are now owners of Bitcoin Cash. All Bitcoiners are welcome to join the Bitcoin Cash community as we move forward in creating sound money accessible to the whole world.
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Bit coin is a peer to peer transaction system created last year that uses trades to be, conducted by a digital money, the bit coin. Unlike monies given by states, Bit Coin is completely electronic and is separate of any state or market, without ties to some monetary authority, corporation, or business.
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If you believe Bitcoin Cash to be Bitcoin Roger, why'd you change the default here?

If you believe Bitcoin Cash to be Bitcoin Roger, why'd you change the default here? submitted by Tibanne to btc [link] [comments]

Protocol changes require a long-term approach. If you want Bitcoin Cash's price to rise immediately, stop using ABC. Decentralized development gives this community more confidence. No protocol change required.

In order to properly value and understand the importance of protocol changes at this early stage in Bitcoin Cash, you need to keep the correct perspective in mind:
 
This protocol isn't just being developed for the next pump or for something five or ten years from now. Bitcoin Cash needs to work on a multi-decade, multi-generational time-frame. Updates should start to be less frequent as the protocol matures. To get these implementation points right is to prevent the need of fixing them in the future.
 
What we do now is critical.
 
 
Temporary developer funding needs and youth-driven egos are outweighed by the gravity of what we need to build: decentralized peer-to-peer electronic cash for every human on planet earth. This includes the rich, the poor, black, white, red, and every shade in-between. This needs to work for everyone, at scale, over a very long time period.
 
When you take a selfless long-term perspective, it's clear that miners need to switch away from ABC immediately. This is a short term threat and there will be many others, but for now the action to take is clear.
 
Removing ABC is just as likely to make the price rise as any other protocol change due to increased confidence this would give the community.
 
I humbly ask that someone in the Chinese community translate this and re-post in those forums.
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ABC 0.21 changes the BCH protocol to issue 5% of every new coin and 5% of all transaction fees to Amaury Sechet and his friends. Do not run this software if you care about the future of bitcoin: a peer-to-peer electronic cash system.

ABC 0.21 changes the BCH protocol to issue 5% of every new coin and 5% of all transaction fees to Amaury Sechet and his friends. Do not run this software if you care about the future of bitcoin: a peer-to-peer electronic cash system. submitted by WildFireca to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash is facing a major crisis, caused by the lead implementation (ABC) attempting to push through controversial changes that the majority of the ecosystem clearly disagrees with. If ABC does not withdraw its plan we will definitly see another major chain split, guaranteed.

Bitcoin Cash is facing a major crisis, caused by the lead implementation (ABC) attempting to push through controversial changes that the majority of the ecosystem clearly disagrees with. If ABC does not withdraw its plan we will definitly see another major chain split, guaranteed. submitted by VeritasSapere to btc [link] [comments]

In light of Grasberg DAA, I actually made a Change.org petition to kick Bitcoin ABC off the main node and development of Bitcoin Cash

It was primarily focused on Shammah Chancellor's hypocritical experiencies, but my main message is clear here: Bitcoin ABC needs to step down.
https://www.change.org/TrueBitcoinCash
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If you need to explain the benefits of Bitcoin Cash and why so many passionate folks here are trying to make a positive change for humanity, just show them this page.

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"Hey @Bitfinex , you renamed the Bitcoin Cash withdrawal method from "bcash" to "bab" without changing your API docs or the mapping table "

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"Can we please hold off on yet more rule changes. Attempting to change the rules yet again will be another huge, controversial effort at a time when what Bitcoin (Cash) needs is stability and basic improvements to the user experience."

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If you need to explain the benefits of Bitcoin Cash and why so many passionate folks here are trying to make a positive change for humanity, just show them this page.

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The community deserves a formal withdraw of the proposed changes by the signatories. The hashwar and split from the proposed change will harm Bitcoin Cash more than the benefits it proposes to give.

We've heard from people on both sides: miners, developers, business leaders and users.
Funding development in the cryptocurrency space has always been a difficult problem to solve and no cryptocurrency has solved it in a decentralized way. People end up being the problem in cryptocurrency projects - who decides where the money goes.
No matter what side you agree with or if you're still undecided, one thing is true:
This change will cause another unneeded and painful split in the community. From what I've seen, there is a strong correlation between upward price movements and new user growth. A hashwar would likely cut the price in half, or worse. Adoption of Bitcoin Cash will again be stalled and delayed.
The above situation would be much worse than any marginal benefit that the developer fund would bring.
BitcoinCore's price would be unaffected, causing BCH to lose more ground.
With knowledge of the above, the signatories should withdraw the proposed plan in a timely manner.
At this point I believe the original intentions were good. This debate has been healthy, but we also need a healthy resolution to show the world that this project is serious about remaining decentralized for future generations.
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I have written an article explaining an alternative proposal on how to implement a self-funding mechanism over Bitcoin Cash with a decentralized voting process, achieved with a single change from the initial Infrastructure Funding Plan, using existing & proven technology:

I have written an article explaining an alternative proposal on how to implement a self-funding mechanism over Bitcoin Cash with a decentralized voting process, achieved with a single change from the initial Infrastructure Funding Plan, using existing & proven technology: submitted by VeritasSapere to btc [link] [comments]

"The developers behind the CashFusion protocol, being developed on Bitcoin Cash, claim that it offers privacy through CoinJoins without having to only mix equal amounts. If true, this might drastically change how we think about privacy in Bitcoin as well."

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Bitcoin Cash changed the format of addresses to cashaddr Use this external tool to convert legacy addresses to the new format.

Hi, new at this. When i go to the external tool to convert it asked me for BITcoin Cash address - I don't know where that is in my wallet now on Trezor. I go to BTCash account and see how much i have but what is the address, where is i? ( I know, dumbass ADD fist pounding desk can't figure it out. uurgh) Help Don't understand the steps to convert it.
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There is something going on with @Bitcoin twitter account: 1/ The URL of the white paper has been changed from bitcoin.com into bitcoin.org! 2/ @Bitcoin has unfollowed all other BCH related accounts. 3/ Most of the posts that refer to "bitcoin cash" have been deleted?!! Is it hacked again?!

There is something going on with @Bitcoin twitter account: 1/ The URL of the white paper has been changed from bitcoin.com into bitcoin.org! 2/ @Bitcoin has unfollowed all other BCH related accounts. 3/ Most of the posts that refer to submitted by money78 to btc [link] [comments]

You can now buy Bitcoin at those Coinstar machines in the grocery stores that used to only convert loose change into cash

You can now buy Bitcoin at those Coinstar machines in the grocery stores that used to only convert loose change into cash submitted by gfail to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

06-16 09:55 - 'I exchanged my Bitcoin to Cash with someone I happened to come across on Instagram. / His name is Duane Reed, his email is [email protected] and his WhatsApp is ++44 7391 346 289 / I changed 2 BTC ie a huge amount...' by /u/Apprehensive_Curve_8 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 40-50min

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I exchanged my Bitcoin to Cash with someone I happened to come across on Instagram.
His name is Duane Reed, his email is [email protected] and his WhatsApp is ++44 7391 346 289
I changed 2 BTC ie a huge amount of money and it worked like clockwork
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showerthought: The change Core made from a currency to "digital gold" is FAR more radical than the change Bitcoin Cash made from 1MB(+0.4) blocks to a max size of 32MB, which is really up to the choice of the miners, to stay a currency.

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sounds like someone is exchanging bitcoins for cash in order to turn darkmoney into campaign funding. an incumbent Biden or Trump social media campaign coming? oil corporations preparing to pay for propaganda against climate change?

sounds like someone is exchanging bitcoins for cash in order to turn darkmoney into campaign funding. an incumbent Biden or Trump social media campaign coming? oil corporations preparing to pay for propaganda against climate change? submitted by prallundfeucht to LateStageCapitalism [link] [comments]

@bitcoin twitter handle deleting past Bitcoin cash shills and changed website url back to Bitcoin.org . Either someone is Angry with Roger Ver or having liberation.

@bitcoin twitter handle deleting past Bitcoin cash shills and changed website url back to Bitcoin.org . Either someone is Angry with Roger Ver or having liberation. submitted by CryptoCrunchApp to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

A rule to punish miners for accepting "wrong" versions of conflicting transactions is unnecessary and would be detrimental to Bitcoin Cash - Change my mind.

A rule to punish miners for accepting "wrong" versions of conflicting transactions is unnecessary and would be detrimental to Bitcoin Cash.
The thesis is a generalized response to a contrary opinion advocated by many in the BCH community and stated by u/jessquit as:
It is needed to have a rule to punish dishonest miners who accept bribes for hiding and mining double spending transactions.
My primary supporting arguments are as follows:
  1. Bitcoin was designed specifically as a solution to the double-spending problem. That is its primary function and it is highly effective at that task. If the relative validity of conflicting transactions can be known before confirmation, the double-spending problem would no longer apply and Bitcoin would be an unnecessary and expensive duplication of effort. Bitcoin's structure of incentives would be radically impacted by the devaluation of its primary function.
  2. There is no natural, objective metric to assess relative validity between sets of conflicting, unconfirmed transactions. The assessment is fundamentally and inescapably subjective. The intrinsic necessity of participant autonomy in a permissionless system guarantees that subjectivity cannot be avoided.
  3. Bitcoin succeeds in its capacity as a solution to the double-spending problem in large part, if not primarily, because it treats any property which cannot be objectively determined within the context of a distributed system as arbitrary and inconsequential to validity. No attempt is made to ensure the "correctness" of subjective properties while confirming transactions. Bitcoin cannot provide a reliable and secure solution for the double-spending problem if a majority of miners judge relative validity of conflicting transactions based on subjective properties.
Change my mind.
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"The developers behind the CashFusion protocol, being developed on Bitcoin Cash, claim that it offers privacy through CoinJoins without having to only mix equal amounts. If true, this might drastically change how we think about privacy in Bitcoin as well."

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CSW writes about a new (non hardfork-change) "They want it, they fork it, without us. Without the apps using our code, our IP etc. Without the companies we have invested in." People should see how dangerous this man and his patent troll company nChain are to Bitcoin Cash survival.

CSW writes about a new (non hardfork-change) submitted by ThomasZander to btc [link] [comments]

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