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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 any central authority whatsoever. While bitcoin tokens on the original network can't be copied or counterfeited, the protocol is open source and can be recreated with different parameters. We call these Airdrops.
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Roger, BSV is a bitcoin chain that has businesses actively trying to scale and fund the development

Just watched your video on LBRY.
BSV developers get paid directly by nchain. There is a big team of people. probably 5- 10x of all BCH protocol devs combined.
Why nChain is doing it is to make money. No altruism. No begging.
The incentives are directly alligned:
Scale and improve the network = More transactions = more income for their miners = more applications = more nchain IP can be sold and that leads to more usecases and more transactions.
Satoshi did solve the problem of funding. You can see it yourself.
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Will BTC volume on Ethereum eventually surpass BTC volume on the bitcoin chain?

With the rapid rise of wBTC and other pegged assets on Ethereum, do you think it's conceivable that BTC volume on Ethereum one day outpaces volume on the bitcoin blockchain? Perhaps not likely, but I think it's a real possibility, especially given the exploding functionality and popularity of DeFi protocols. Thoughts?
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A fact most people aren't aware about BTC: BTC and BCH are both forks from the original Bitcoin chain.

A fact most people aren't aware about BTC: BTC and BCH are both forks from the original Bitcoin chain. submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

If Bitcoin's chain is not scalable, so is Fedwire! [Interesting article]

Hi,
https://medium.com/galoymoney/lightning-as-a-retail-payment-system-part-1-7463c46342ef
TL;DR:
USD transfers have many 2nd layer solutions (Visa, PayPal, credit cards) and they all get settled using the FED's base settlement layer, FedWire, which also happens to be unscalable. The funny thing is that FedWire's limitation is not due to technical reasons but flat out GREED.
The Lightning Network is ready for retail consumption, according to writer.
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For educational purposes: Bitcoin Core (BTC) is a fork from the original Bitcoin chain, achieved through SegWit activation in August 2017

For educational purposes: Bitcoin Core (BTC) is a fork from the original Bitcoin chain, achieved through SegWit activation in August 2017 submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

Dollar Doubling & Bitcoin Halving: Why the Bitcoin price is going to $100,000 - The Bitcoin Chain

Dollar Doubling & Bitcoin Halving: Why the Bitcoin price is going to $100,000 - The Bitcoin Chain submitted by the_mountain_dewd to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

SegWit Adoption: BTC Network is ca. 50% Forked From the Original Bitcoin Chain.

SegWit Adoption: BTC Network is ca. 50% Forked From the Original Bitcoin Chain. submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

Dollar Doubling & Bitcoin Halving: Why the Bitcoin price is going to $100,000 - The Bitcoin Chain

Dollar Doubling & Bitcoin Halving: Why the Bitcoin price is going to $100,000 - The Bitcoin Chain submitted by the_mountain_dewd to bitcoin_uncensored [link] [comments]

How to be anonymous when using Bitcoin - 7 Steps - The Bitcoin Chain

How to be anonymous when using Bitcoin - 7 Steps - The Bitcoin Chain submitted by charlieeee123 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

How to be anonymous when using Bitcoin - 7 Steps - The Bitcoin Chain

How to be anonymous when using Bitcoin - 7 Steps - The Bitcoin Chain submitted by the_mountain_dewd to BitcoinTutorial [link] [comments]

How to be anonymous when using Bitcoin - 7 Steps - The Bitcoin Chain

How to be anonymous when using Bitcoin - 7 Steps - The Bitcoin Chain submitted by the_mountain_dewd to HowToBuyBitcoin [link] [comments]

How to be anonymous when using Bitcoin - 7 Steps - The Bitcoin Chain

How to be anonymous when using Bitcoin - 7 Steps - The Bitcoin Chain submitted by the_mountain_dewd to BitcoinGuide [link] [comments]

How to be anonymous when using Bitcoin - 7 Steps - The Bitcoin Chain

How to be anonymous when using Bitcoin - 7 Steps - The Bitcoin Chain submitted by the_mountain_dewd to crypto_currency [link] [comments]

On Bitcoin chain reconvergence

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Results of the Bitcoin Chain Analysis

Hello everyone,

It has been a little over 24 hours since we last spoke with one another. Thank you very much for being so helpful in providing wallet information. It helped in the verification of fund locations significantly.
A preliminary, 4,000-word report has been compiled and published here:
https://medium.com/@zeroresearchproof/quadrigacx-chain-analysis-report-pt-1-bitcoin-wallets-19d3a375d389

I say 'preliminary' because there is even more information (via demonstrations, examples, and spreasheets) that I would like to include within the piece. However, in the interest of QuadrigaCX investors gaining more information about this situation since it is so time sensitive, I decided to publish my analysis as well as a comprehensive sample of wallet addresses and TX IDs so that other users in the community can verify all information independently as well.

If you don't feel like reading the article, here are the main conclusions that were garnered:
  1. It appears that there are no identifiable cold wallet reserves for QuadrigaCX.
  2. It appears that QuadrigaCX was using deposits from their customers to pay other customers once they requested their withdrawals. This did not happen in every withdrawal case by any means, but it happened very frequently toward the end of 2018 (from November onward).
  3. It does not appear that QuadrigaCX has lost access to their Bitcoin holdings.
  4. It appears the number of bitcoins in QuadrigaCX's possession are substantially less than what was reported in Jennifer Robertson's (Gerry's wife) affidavit.
  5. At least some of the delays in delivering crypto withdrawals to customers were due to the fact that QuadrigaCX simply did not have the funds on hand at the time. In some cases, QuadrigaCX was forced to wait for enough customer deposits to be made on the exchange before processing crypto withdrawal requests by their customers.
  6. After completing the analysis, it is my opinion that QuadrigaCX has not been truthful with regards to their inability to access the funds needed to honor customer withdrawal requests (specifically for Bitcoin; $ETH analysis coming very soon). In fact, it is almost impossible to believe that this is the case in lieu of the empirical evidence provided by the blockchain and corroborated by volunteered information from former customers at QuadrigaCX (i.e., most interested parties in this subreddit).

Verifying the Authorship of the Research
I posted this on Medium because it is clean and concise. However, I had to create a new Medium to do so. Thus, this is the only piece on there (at the time of writing).
I will post this link from my Telegram (t.me/MerkleTrader) and Twitter (twitter.com/@proofofresearch) as well.
If there is an alternative link circulating or an individual that is not posting from this account, or the social media platforms provided above, they are an imposter and should be ignored. I'm not invalidating any other research sources, I'm just saying if there's another individual purporting to be the author of this specific study.

Closing Remarks
I'm open to any and all responses as well as questions. I need a nap before I can get to any responses though, this consumed the majority of the weekend for me with little sleep in between. Combing through these addresses was tedious, to say the least.
Also, if anyone feels so inclined, I'd be more than happy to accept a donation or 'thanks' at this Bitcoin address: 1BxwKqfKFQhq2pyvbbcxfagN2bTK3cBqBs
This is not compulsory by any means, of course, and I will continue to investigate this and do as much due diligence as possible even if I don't receive so much as 1 satoshi. So don't feel pressured or like you're being hustled for this work. Its my pleasure. I do have to pay bills and provide for my family though, so obtaining some sort of monetary return for the time and effort invested makes the research a more sustainable use of time.

Again, thank you everyone and I look forward to reading your comments and feedback on this. If I haven't hit the nail on the head, I hope I've at least moved the needle forward on what's going on and provided enough information and leads for the us collectively as a community to quickly extract the truth.

Thank you.

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03-23 16:25 - 'I wrote the bitcoin chain as we know it and have millions of bitcoin — that are stuck in Amazon backroom —' (i.redd.it) by /u/TCW85- removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-8min

I wrote the bitcoin chain as we know it and have millions of bitcoin — that are stuck in Amazon backroom —
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SLP130 ErgoBTC – Tracking PlusToken Scammers with White Hat Bitcoin Chain Analysis

SLP130 ErgoBTC – Tracking PlusToken Scammers with White Hat Bitcoin Chain Analysis submitted by stephanlivera to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

On Bitcoin chain reconvergence

On Bitcoin chain reconvergence submitted by ILoveBitcoinCash to Bitcoincash [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Chain Splits in 2019

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Know your history, 2008-11-09, Which chain is the valid Bitcoin chain?

https://satoshi.nakamotoinstitute.org/emails/cryptography/6/#selection-111.0-32.70
It is strictly necessary that the longest chain is always considered the valid one. Nodes that were present may remember that one branch was there first and got replaced by another, but there would be no way for them to convince those who were not present of this. We can't have subfactions of nodes that cling to one branch that they think was first, others that saw another branch first, and others that joined later and never saw what happened. The CPU power proof-of-work vote must have the final say. The only way for everyone to stay on the same page is to believe that the longest chain is always the valid one, no matter what.
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Segwit2x is NOT a fork...it is intended to supplant the existing bitcoin chain in effectively a hostile takeover

I am seeing many people getting excited about the coming Segwit2x "fork", thinking they will be getting a new batch of B2X coins, similar to what happened with BCH. To be clear, in November, when the miners begin mining larger blocks, there is no replay protection, and your existing bitcoins will effectively be co-opted to become part of the B2X chain. There has been little to no testing on what that means for everyone who does NOT want to adopt BTC1 based code. They have not done any testing because Garzik, Silbert et al are expecting the original bitcoin chain to simply be eliminated. If this does not alarm you, then it should.
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I want Core to lose control of the main Bitcoin chain because Core is a group of evil, dictatorial, bank-funded hoodlums with no ethics or honesty. They have single-handedly divided the Bitcoin space, introduced immeasurable toxicity and have prevented growth & innovation in the space for years.

I wish upon Blockstream and Core the same fate I wish the Federal Reserve.
That is all.
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Pioneering On-Chain Bitcoin Analysis With Willy Woo - YouTube Bitcoin - Transaction block chains - YouTube BITCOIN ON-CHAIN DATEN SIND SUPER BULLISH - YouTube How does a blockchain work - Simply Explained - YouTube Block chain bitcoin - YouTube

Despite bidirectional transferability between Bitcoin and pegged sidechains, they are isolated: in the case of a cryptographic break (or malicious design) in a sidechain, the damage is entirely confined to the sidechain itself. Discussion. A sidechain is a mechanism that allows you to move your bitcoins to another, completely independent blockchain, trade them there, and they can then be moved ... Sidechains bieten die Möglichkeit Anwendungen mit der Blockchain BC zu verknüfen, die aus Sicherheitsgründen oder aus Kapazitätsmangel nicht direkt auf der BC möglich sind, wie zum Beispiel dezentrale Applikationen dApps, Smart Contracts SC, die BC aufgesetzt werden, die auf das know-how und die Ressourcen der Bitcoin Blockchain zugreifen kann. DeFi for Bitcoin Money on Chain provides a Bitcoin-Collateralized Stablecoin. This solves the biggest problem for Bitcoin mainstream adoption: the volatility problem. The Dollar On Chain, a Bitcoin-Backed Stablecoin, uses a trust minimized, decentralized system. Any Bitcoin miner who successfully hashes a block header to a value below the target threshold can add the entire block to the block chain (assuming the block is otherwise valid). These blocks are commonly addressed by their block height —the number of blocks between them and the first Bitcoin block (block 0, most commonly known as the genesis block ). Blocks in shorter chains (or invalid chains) are not used for anything. When the bitcoin client switches to another, longer chain, all valid transactions of the blocks inside the shorter chain are re-added to the pool of queued transactions and will be included in another block. The reward for the blocks on the shorter chain will not be present in the longest chain, so they will be practically ...

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Pioneering On-Chain Bitcoin Analysis With Willy Woo - YouTube

Willy Woo (aka @woonomic) is a crypto OG who has been pioneering on-chain bitcoin fundamental analysis. His charts and tools have been a must-have for seriou... Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. Bitcoin so sicher wie nie verwahren - https://amzn.to/2JVWhkD Das Must-have für alle Bitcoin Fans - https://amzn.to/2ZfQRbp -----Mehr interessa... The mechanics of a bitcoin transaction block chain, which is a construct that is generated by bitcoin miners and functions as a global ledger for recording a...

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