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Stein H Ludvigsen
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Stein H Ludvigsen 22m
Replying to @dgenr818
Yet, the miners are not using "the only serious specification (BIP 100)" today. Not on BTC and not on BCH. BUIP 101 is a change to the default value in the emergent consensus system of BU. If you oppose BUIP 101, you should have an alternative. 32MB? 128MB? Something else?
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Stein H Ludvigsen 3h
Replying to @Egon_01 @CobraBitcoin
Flip from goverment or bank agent to a free man? Hard to say.
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Stein H Ludvigsen 4h
Replying to @dgenr818
The nexy BU client can do 1746 transactions per second on a range of hardware. Should developers play blocksize police, or should the responsibility and decisions be left to the pool operators/miners?
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Stein H Ludvigsen 4h
Replying to @dgenr818
What are your thoughts on BUIP 101, Tom?
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Stein H Ludvigsen 5h
Replying to @PeterRizun
They made the Stuxnet worm. This inflation "bug" looks like it was put in the code on purpose.
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Peter R. Rizun Sep 21
Replying to @PeterRizun
Congratulations to awemany for making this important discovery and helping Core fix their software. Fake coins being mined into the blockchain would have threatened the legitimacy not only of BTC, but of cryptrocurrency in general.
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Stein H Ludvigsen 7h
Yes.
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Olivier Janssens Sep 21
The correct thing to do when a critical bug hits software responsible for 100’s of billions of dollars, would be to recommend people to run alternative clients. Of course, those in control of Bitcoin Core would never do that, as it would mean giving up power. Monopoly = Control.
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Stein H Ludvigsen 8h
Who wants to disclose bugs in the future if you're just treated like shit afterwards?
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BitcoinUnlimited Sep 21
Congratulations to the and Bitcoin Unlmited developer Awemany. 🍷🍾 He discovered and responsibly disclosed one of the most catastrophic bugs in ever.
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Andrew Stone Sep 21
BU developer awemany discovered the recent Core/ABC/SV bug:
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Stein H Ludvigsen Sep 20
Replying to @1stCrassCitizen
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Stein H Ludvigsen Sep 20
And nChain pulled out after a few months.
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Stein H Ludvigsen Sep 20
Yes. It's possible to have a miner on one side and the node on the other side of the "wall".
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Stein H Ludvigsen Sep 20
It's Hollywood movie material. The treasure hunt on a landfill. Too bad you don't get to dump BTC for BCH before the flippening.
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Stein H Ludvigsen Sep 20
Replying to @1stCrassCitizen
You seek my attention.
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Stein H Ludvigsen Sep 20
The price of an appartment is a result of monetary policy. Not a result of the cost to build it and the land it's built on.
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Stein H Ludvigsen Sep 20
Replying to @howelzy
I just learned from a Coingeek interview that you were that landfill-guy I heard about years ago. Must have been a shitty experience. But I think you're like Lazlo, who paid for two pizzas. You believed in bitcoin and managed to come out on top. Unlike Andreas Antonopolus 😜
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Peter R. Rizun Sep 20
BTC in "forced-upgrade" mode due to Core-dev bug that could lead to unbound inflation. One of Core's reasons not to increase the block size limit (and spare us from $50 fees) was b/c they didn't want node operators to be forced to upgrade.
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Stein H Ludvigsen Sep 20
Replying to @1stCrassCitizen
Seems like you do, right?
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