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Sometimes these Bitcoin forums feel like an UFO convention
Im very excited to have finally stepped into the cryptocurrency world, but I must say, there's A LOT of "I want to believe" euphoria out there that is not entirely based on facts and reality. I get it, blockchain technology is revolutionary and there's great opportunity for investments in the crypto world.... but almost nobody in these forums talk about the risks and uncertainties. 99% of people in these forums trying to sell the idea that bitcoin will be worth a million dollars in 20 yrs, and I'm just not buying.
I made a post on a forum I used to visit called Bitcointalk. I made a post asking for a question and I immediately got banned. I don't even understand, all I maybe did was ask in the wrong thread. I have not even visited that forum since 2014. Is there another forum I can go to to learn about mining? It appears that site is run by Nazis. https://i.imgur.com/PCBnVcp.jpg
Have anyone heard about this news? Something must trigger this and I do hope market sentiment will not be affected by it. "The Bitcoin.com forum, one of the most popular forums in the crypto community, has announced its closure, which is scheduled for July 23." https://forum.bitcoin.com/post316286.html
I was just banned from Polish Bitcoin Forums. Another censored forum: Check ☑
(From all sections other than Bitcoin Cash) Achievement unlocked! They have been trying to ban me for a long time. So now they succeeded. After 9 years, goodbye. I guess I should open the champaign. Another censored forum: Check ☑ New badge of honor: Check ☑ EDIT: PS. The https://bitcoin.pl (the same domain as the forum has) site has been advertising scams notoriously for months or a year now, which of course I never failed to point out (among other forum users), which was probably the real reason why I was banned (not because I was constantly pointing out the fact that LN doesn't work and BTC is not real Bitcoin or that I was somewhat impolite by pointing out people behave like morons there).
05-25 12:36 - '[Satoshi literally posted on the early bitcoin forums that the block size could be changed later on and gave an example in code] / [quote] [quote] Satoshi literally just didn't consider that there would be people dumb enough to bu...' by /u/Smarag removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-7min
''' [Satoshi literally posted on the early bitcoin forums that the block size could be changed later on and gave an example in code]1
In response to Satoshi’s comment that the limit could always be removed if necessary to support higher transaction capacity, Jeff Garzik pointed out: “IMO it's a marketing thing. It's tough to get people to buy into a system, if the network is technically incapable of supporting high transaction rates.”
Satoshi literally just didn't consider that there would be people dumb enough to buy into the idea that you "need to keep the code pure" Satoshi's proposed change:
“It can be phased in, like: if (blocknumber > 115000) maxblocksize = largerlimit It can start being in versions way ahead, so by the time it reaches that block number and goes into effect, the older versions that don't have it are already obsolete. When we're near the cutoff block number, I can put an alert to old versions to make sure they know they have to upgrade.”
This is the internet, we have first hand original sources for all of this. ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: Smarag 1: coi*tel*grap*.c*m/new*/sato*his-*e*t-kept-se*re*-*hy-*s-t**re-a-1-m*-limi**to-*i*co****lock-siz* Unknown links are censored to prevent spreading illicit content.
BCH is the number #1 Crypto in Australia and [most probably] in Japan. Apparently some people cannot deal with it, I am sensing a lot of salt here and on polish Bitcoin forums too. They are getting *REALLY* desperate
Actually what it came to is guys from polish forums are trying to get me banned right now for downvoting Core Shills lying about Bitcoin Cash & Lightning Network, despite I did not break any forum rules actually. They are calling me a "troll" that needs to be banned. Just for telling the truth. What a fucked up situation that is. (Yeah, I am pretty much posting drunk - sorry about that) PS. I am an "Elite member" on polish forums, I am there almost since the inception of the forums and I never scammed anybody (and I am sayingf this, because many early Bitcoin adiopters from Poland got pulled into scams of some sort)
Why the Bitcoin Forum Post history of Satoshi may lead to Craig actually being Satoshi
There’s something that I’ve been thinking about. As you guys already know, Satoshis forum posts were almost non existent between 5 - 11 AM GMT. Here is the interesting part: Out of all the people proposed to be Satoshi: Hal Finney, Nick Szabo, Dave Kleinman, Craig Wright, etc, Craig is the only one whose residence is in London. He taught at UCL London and has degrees in England. His sleeping pattern would be the only one that fits in with the posts. Unless the person has a very odd sleeping schedule, it is much more reasonable to suggest that it is him. Does anyone consider this atleast as suggestive evidence?
#crypto #cryptonews #bitcoin @nocroom #BCH is the number #1 Crypto in Australia and [most probably] in Japan. Apparently some people cannot deal with it, I am sensing a lot of salt here and on polish Bitcoin forums too. They are getting *REALLY* desperate
Why Satoshi’s Bitcoin Forum Post history may actually lead to Craig being Satoshi
There’s something I’ve been thinking about. As you guys already know, Satoshis forum posts were almost non existent between 5 - 11 AM GMT. Here is the interesting part: Out of all the people proposed to be Satoshi: Hal Finney, Nick Szabo, Dave Kleinman, Craig Wright, etc, Craig is the only one whose residence is in London. He taught at UCL London and has degrees in England. His sleeping pattern would be the only one that fits in with the posts. Unless the person has a very odd sleeping schedule, it is much more reasonable to suggest that it is him. Does anyone consider this atleast as suggestive evidence?
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