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freetrader

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since @freetrader doesn't want me talking about price or charts, i guess i gotta do so.
Please go on, I'm watching with amusement as Calbin & co try to out-price-manipulate Tether.
For increased irony, your screenshots showing BSV/USDT pair.

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Once you remove the ability to naked short using free magical crypto coins (Tether), controlling the price in this completely manipulated, scambling casino, becomes much harder.,
Tell it to cypherdoc
 

cypherdoc

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here come the apologies, @freetrader included. headscratch:

 

cypherdoc

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apology? you're a legend in your own mind. I know this pisses you off, but stiff:

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[doublepost=1559144500][/doublepost]your handlers are not going to be happy you've lost control of the narrative here in this thread. but keep trying. at least I get the occasional LIKE. you, otoh... (minus the occasional @satoshis_sockpuppet)
[doublepost=1559144545][/doublepost]190?

holy shit!
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rocks

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I was watching the downtrend in the BSV/BTC chart and was planning to pull the trigger on a smallish conversion from BTC to BSV when it looked like it turned. (smallish meaning a 2-3% BTC move would have increased BSV position by 400-500% near the bottom).

But then was out of pocket and this got away. hmm, what to do
 
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lunar

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Salty I presume?

Alternative theory.

Once you remove the ability to naked short using free magical crypto coins (Tether), controlling the price in this completely manipulated, scambling casino, becomes much harder.,


For the others reading, @TraderEmbargo in this post is deliberately misinterpreting my meaning. The #delistBSV movement has shot themselves in the foot, yet again. By delisting on all the shitcoin exchanges they've removed the markets ability to Naked Short (illegal in in many jurisdictions) This was imho, probably one of the main mechanisms, being used to hold down the BSV price. Now with only reputable or regulated exchanges left, the BSV price is suddenly moving lock step with positive news. As an honest market should.

Bitcoin is a system that incentivises honesty, on fractal levels. Nour
 

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Salty I presume?





For the others reading, @TraderEmbargo in this post is deliberately misinterpreting my meaning. The #delistBSV movement has shot themselves in the foot, yet again. By delisting on all the shitcoin exchanges they've removed the markets ability to Naked Short (illegal in in many jurisdictions) This was imho, probably one of the main mechanisms, being used to hold down the BSV price. Now with only reputable or regulated exchanges left, the BSV price is suddenly moving lock step with positive news. As an honest market should.

Bitcoin is a system that incentivises honesty, on fractal levels. Nour
you realize trading tactics that might be illegal in some places are perfectly legal in others right?
 

Norway

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Incremental Block Synchronization

Thomas Bakketun, thomas@bitcoin.no
Stein Håvard Ludvigsen, sh@bitcoin.no


Incremental Block Synchronization (IBS) is a method for nodes of the Bitcoin network to faster reach blockchain consensus. No changes in the consensus rules are required.


The mining nodes of Bitcoin will seek to form a small world network, where each node is directly connected to almost all other nodes of the network. Each node is working on extending the blockchain with their own block. Let’s call that their candidate block.


In IBS, candidate blocks are built append only. Updates are continuously shared with the network.


IBS is not a block relay method, where a block is transmitted via several hops. Block relay will still be needed occasionally.


https://www.bitcoin.no/IBS.pdf
Looks like the Bitcoin SV team is implementing this idea.

EDIT: For some reason, the linked pdf is not on our server. But the content can be read in this Yours article:
https://www.yours.org/content/incremental-block-synchronization-61d1df26eb80

EDIT june 2nd: The PDF is back up.
 
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cypherdoc

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i like how BCH & BSV are starting to move counter.
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[doublepost=1559174298,1559173483][/doublepost]200?

kaching, kaching!!!
https://i.imgur.com/OmWkEhD.jpg
[doublepost=1559175495][/doublepost]oh my:

 
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Norway

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@Norway I am disappointed to see this childish name-calling by you. Its a bad as when Amaury and Shammah voted in BU clearly against their own initiatives.

You are better than this. So be better.
You choose to comment on my rude language. But you didn't pay any attention to Thomas and my white paper that removes block propagation.
You are better than this. So be better.
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Looks like the Bitcoin SV team is implementing this idea.

EDIT: For some reason, the linked pdf is not on our server. But the content can be read in this Yours article:
https://www.yours.org/content/incremental-block-synchronization-61d1df26eb80
This is exactly the kind of innovations that BU could be spearheading in a world of a fixed Bitcoin protocol.
It was presented here first but BU missed the opportunity.

I still don't understand why the majority of BU sees an enemy in a stable protocol.