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Eli Afram
Bitcoin is Cash. Fighting for a better money for the whole world, with economic freedom.
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Eli Afram retweeted
Manse ⚡️🐉$BSV = Bitcoin Satoshi Vision🐉⚡️ 7h
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Ryan X. Charles 19h
Fascinating conversation with Stephan Nilsson about the supply chain and how Bitcoin SV (BSV), with its near-term massive on-chain scaling, can be leveraged to radically improve efficiency of the supply chain.
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Eli Afram Dec 12
With BSV, we are scaling Bitcoin to handle over 4 million transactions/sec in the period between now and 2021. At a cost of $0.0025 USD a transaction average, miners will earn over $10,000 USD a block, and there are businesses wanting this already
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_unwriter Dec 11
A great post about Bitcoin and Microservices architecture by
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Eli Afram Dec 11
Another day in France.
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Eli Afram Dec 11
Giving up Bitcoin to for fear of control is no fire extinguisher.
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Eli Afram Dec 11
Fear... Reminds of "emergency laws" enacted by governments that fear losing power.
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Eli Afram Dec 11
The "Note 10". Here's a beautiful borderless glassy phone! ...now to avoid it breaking, put on a thick black case and make it look like any other budget phone.
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Eli Afram Dec 11
Replying to @ChrisPacia @CalvinAyre
Yet this is exactly what was done by the Cartel of exchanges and ABC folk with secretive deep state like moves on the checkpointing saga. Some people seem to want to remove the state by becoming the state.
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Eli Afram Dec 10
Replying to @CryptoStratz
Completely agree on the laws. 1st world nations will be the last to accept crypto. And in the end the ones that adopt it last will hurt most. But when adoption does swing by there won't be much that nation states can do to stop it.
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Eli Afram Dec 10
Replying to @CryptoStratz
Until they are economically forced to accept it. In the end Bitcoiners have always believed that it is inevitable that crypto will take over.
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Eli Afram Dec 10
Replying to @JuicyGrabs @Buda_BCH
I am anti-censorship. So I would be against any form of back-door that would enable such a thing. Where do you draw the line against miners choosing to collectively freeze the Bitcoins of a Mt Gox style theft ?
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Eli Afram Dec 10
Replying to @JuicyGrabs @Buda_BCH
I'm involved in Tokenized and I'm pretty fond of the project. You can issue shares that operate in the real world under legitimate jurisdictions. But, you continue to have the choice of using a completely different token solution like cashpays coloured coins.
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Eli Afram Dec 10
Replying to @JuicyGrabs @Buda_BCH
I don't see it as a compliant statist vision at all. For a government to embrace BSV would require them to undertake revolutionary measures. Roger Ver saying that Bitcoin will shake up the power structures of the world is very valid.
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Eli Afram Dec 10
Replying to @JuicyGrabs @Buda_BCH
When the fundamentals of the protocol are locked there's not much room to move. Have you noticed that most of the protocol changes are not coming from BSV ?
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Eli Afram Dec 10
Replying to @JuicyGrabs @Buda_BCH
The software runs the protocol -as long as that remains untainted. I'm in support.
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Eli Afram Dec 10
Replying to @alemolot @Buda_BCH
Bitcoin makes it much harder for governments to hide. It will show you when a government spends 5 million USD on a hammer.
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Eli Afram Dec 10
Replying to @Buda_BCH
The difference between you and I is that you want to remove the state (I won't stop you, or get in the way), and I want the state to be honest and I believe that Bitcoin can force the state to be honest. War expenses will be transparent, trade will open, corruption will shrink
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Eli Afram Dec 10
Replying to @Buda_BCH
The difference between you and I is that you want to remove the state (I won't stop you, or get in the way), and I want the state to be honest and I believe that Bitcoin can force the state to be honest. War expenses will be transparent, trade will open, corruption will shrink
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Eli Afram Dec 10
Replying to @_lktk @monero
Do you really believe at scale where there are fewer mining nodes (as Satoshi said there would be), that some governments of the world cannot come to stop or influence these miners? BCH is no different to BTC or BSV. Let's be realistic. There is a reason Monero changed POW
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