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_unwriter Jan 23
I might as well just build a viewer
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Derek Moore Jan 24
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Derek Moore Jan 24
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Derek Moore Jan 24
I made this for you, Amrita: It was the biggest op_return I could push out without getting "Payload Too Large" errors.
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Derek Moore Jan 24
Roger Taylor just pushed out a 90k image: I must have been hitting Insight API limits...
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Derek Moore Jan 24
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Crypto Domains Inc Jan 24
Isn't uploading SPAM to the Bitcoin SV blockchain redundant?
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_mr_e Jan 24
And you think it's ok that all nodes will need to store that spam for all eternity?
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_mr_e Jan 24
And how exactly will be people pay to view or use the data. Everyone node who wishes to verify the chain will be forced to download and store that data for all eternity.
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_mr_e Jan 24
The single miner who mined the block got paid... All of the the other nodes who must store and validate for all eternity received nothing.
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Derek Moore Jan 24
Pruning nodes will prune nulldata tx outputs. Archival event sourcing nodes will need to keep this stuff forever with respect to the txids and Merkel trees. Don't let the Core Cult deceive you with their ignorance of computer science, web scale and modern datacenter capabilities.
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Derek Moore Jan 24
You're thinking is far too shallow... Don't worry, it is the job of computer scientists to make the impossible possible.
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Derek Moore Jan 24
It is certainly very ironic, depending on which worldview you decide to adopt!
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_mr_e Jan 24
After they were already paid what's the incentive to remain archiving that data?
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_mr_e Jan 24
I didn't say anything about a poor person. I am citing the new blockchain services regulations.
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_mr_e Jan 24
Your right, and lightning network is the perfect layer for this allowing nodes to host and send data based on cheap streaming micropayments...
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_mr_e Jan 24
Forcing everyone to store spam for free is also crippling the network due to ignorance.
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Derek Moore Jan 24
Replying to @_mr_e @blogzap_ and 3 others
They received all kinds of other rewards for all kinds of other blocks. The block rewards are investments from the network in the miners. Miners better live up to their call, or they will fade away to nothing.
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_mr_e Jan 24
This isn't just about getting rich. It's about building a solid secure censorship resistant monetary system for all of humanity lasting many generations to come.
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