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  1. OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED! Download Bitcoin Stash wallet binary files from our GitHub page (Windows & Linux): https://github.com/bstash/BitcoinStash/releases Instruction: Uncompress the downloaded zip file (.tar.gz file for Linux) and double-click on bitcoin-qt file under the bin folder to run the Bitcoin Stash GUI Wallet. Bitcoin Stash Explorer 🚀 http://explorer.bstash.org/ Bitcoin Stash Merged Mining Guide: https://github.com/bstash/BitcoinStash-MergeMining-Guide Official Website: https://bstash.org Forum: https://forum.bstash.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/bitcoinstash Medium: https://medium.com/@bitcoinstash ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bitcoin Stash The Bitcoin Stash team is comprised of a group of former Bitcoin Cash developers and community members that have become dismayed at the current outlook of BCH. We are sure that you are aware, but a multitude of factors show that there is disaster on the horizon for Bitcoin Cash. Bitcoin ABC is proposing a contentious hard fork for no reason, Craig “Faketoshi” Wright is moving ahead to fork his own coin (Bitcoin SV) out of self interest, and Bitmain has revealed an extremely large BCH holding which they intend to rid themselves of in their now controversial IPO. As we see it, a price and hashrate collapse of the chain is inevitable. We have decided that we must take action now, to rid ourselves forever from the bad actors that plague this chain. We are planning to hard fork from Bitcoin Cash on November 15th. With the hard fork, we will not be increasing the maximum block size or following the tokenization/ICO platform roadmap of Bitcoin ABC. However, Bitcoin Stash will be implementing replay protection and continue using the SHA-256 mining algorithm. Additionally, Bitcoin Stash will incorporate merged mining with Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash. With merged mining, Bitcoin Stash will solve the security issues that currently hamper Bitcoin Cash. As a minority chain, Bitcoin Cash is struggling to obtain substantial hash rate, and this has only been made worse following its recent decline in price. As of 9/25/18, the hash rate of Bitcoin Cash only totals about 6% of that of Bitcoin. The Bitcoin Cash hash rate has been continuously declining ever since a peak of roughly 15% of Bitcoin’s back in May of 2018, and we do not see this situation improving. Merged mining will lead to Bitcoin Stash obtaining a much needed higher hash rate since the chain will consist of Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and Bitcoin Stash miners. As a result, there will be three benefits that will be immediately realized. First, Bitcoin Stash will be less susceptible to a 51% attack which has recently plagued other chains such as Bitcoin Gold and Verge. Second, a single entity such as Jihan Wu’s Bitmain or Craig Wright’s CoinGeek will have a difficult time forcing any consensus breaking changes as they now must muster a much higher hash rate to do so. And thirdly, merged mining will also increase security on Bitcoin since miners will see greater profitability and will no longer have to choose between mining one chain and missing out on the other. Because of this, Bitcoin Stash will not only be a more secure and decentralized version of Bitcoin Cash, but it will also benefit the current miners of Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash. After the fork, Bitcoin Cash holders will be able to obtain an equivalent amount of our coins if they hold the private keys to their wallet. Source: Inside Bitcoins https://insidebitcoins.com/news/bitcoin-stash-planning-hard-fork-from-bitcoin-cash/179276 Merged Mining Bitcoin Stash is a merge mineable cryptocurrency that utilizes SHA256 for its mining algorithm. This means that it can be merge mined with other SHA256 coins like Bitcoin an Bitcoin Cash. Merge mining is a process where a miner is able to mine multiple cryptocurrencies at the same time. All that is required for a miner is to add 48 bytes of data to the coinbase of the parent block. https://github.com/bstash/BitcoinStash-MergeMining-Guide Replay Protection Bitcoin Stash will be implementing replay protection to keep our transactions safe post-fork. Source Code https://github.com/bstash/bitcoinstash
  2. Nice article showing the present state of the Ripple (XRP) competition. Source: https://ethereumworldnews.com/why-ripple-xrp-is-much-far-ahead-of-other-projects-than-what-we-realize/
  3. In case you missed it. The @bitcoin twitter handle was suspended and has been taken over by a random. Enjoy the show.
  4. Hello, does anyone know why Bitcoin Cash has had such a good day today compared to all the other top coins?
  5. Greetings all, First-time poster and just moments after Bitcoin Cash was added to Coinbase. This makes me hopeful for Ripple, just hope this happens before the New Year.
  6. This is an eye opening read for any coin holder let alone if you hold Bitcoin. Dated 01 November 2017 https://theflippening.github.io/open-letter-to-bitcoin-miners-from-another-miner/ Extract: The action plan to consolidate the market cap back into one Bitcoin Clearly the most obvious plan is to switch all our mining effort over to mining Bitcoin Cash, the only true Bitcoin as designed by Satoshi. However we must go about this in a coordinated fashion among all the mining pools for maximum effect: Firstly we must get our mining equipment ready to switch to the Bitcoin Cash chain at a moment's notice or the push of a button. Secondly we need to switch to Bitcoin Cash mining before the SegWit2X hard fork in order to have a chance at killing this unnecessary fork off before it begins. The plan is to put all our mining power on the Legacy Bitcoin until the next regular (2016 block) difficulty adjustment at block 493,920[ref] which will occur on about November 10 / 11. This ensures that the difficulty adjustment will increase and be as punitive as possible. This will make it practically impossible for any remnant miners to try keep the chain alive. Ignore any emergency difficulty adjustments occurring on the Bitcoin Cash chain during this time and keep mining Legacy Bitcoin for this two week period. Some of us with auto-profit switching turned on will need to turn this off. There should be a minimum amount of mining effort going towards the Bitcoin Cash chain at this time just to keep it moving steadily. The majority of the mining effort should stay on the Legacy Bitcoin chain to push the difficulty up as much as possible so it cannot survive with reduced hashpower in the future. Thirdly, before this upward difficulty adjustment has kicked in, send all your Legacy Bitcoin and recent mining profits to an exchange. This may take 3 or so confirmations to get there so put a reasonable fee on it. Mining pools still mining Legacy Bitcoin can include their own transactions before anyone else's to make sure they get onto an exchange. Setup immediate sell orders to dump your coins on the exchange and buy up all Bitcoin Cash that you can. This will put downwards pressure on the price of Legacy Bitcoin and upwards pressure on the price of Bitcoin Cash. Users and large holders of Legacy Bitcoin (whales) can also help out here by selling off their Legacy Bitcoin for Bitcoin Cash over the next few weeks. Finally, the most important part is when the upwards difficulty adjustment has occurred on Legacy Bitcoin this is the time to switch all our mining efforts to Bitcoin Cash. This means all mining pools or as many as possible. If you can't switch it quickly, turn the miner off until you can. We want the Legacy Bitcoin chain to slow down and freeze up completely. It will have 2016 blocks to go at maximum difficulty and minimal hash power. Also keep the miners pointed at the Bitcoin Cash chain regardless of any temporary price and profitability fluctuations. Eventually over a week or two the price of Bitcoin will collapse once the realisation and panic sets in because no more transactions will be getting confirmed and the chain will be effectively crawling or frozen. Once Bitcoin Cash has the majority hash power it is only a matter of weeks until it reaches the highest cumulative proof of work[ref]. Once this happens Bitcoin Cash will rightfully be able to take the Bitcoin name and BTC ticker moving forward if desired. The corporate takeover of Bitcoin will be averted. Effects and consequences Let's examine some of the effects for this plan of action: Users that held Legacy Bitcoin at the moment of the Bitcoin Cash fork on August 1st 2017 will have the same amount of Bitcoin Cash and will lose nothing. This will be the majority of people. A fair amount of money is still locked up in exchanges like Coinbase. Speculators and investors (or really we should call them gamblers), who have been buying into the Legacy Bitcoin over the past 2 months will lose their money if they do not sell their holdings over the next week or so. In reality they deserve to lose their money as they were buying into a worthless coin without doing their research. A store of value without any actual utility, or significantly degraded utility, is worthless. Legacy Bitcoin is terrible investment which shows they did not do their research at all. They were just buying into the hype and inflated price. A fool and their money are soon parted. People who sold their Bitcoin Cash after the fork instead of sensibly holding both coins and waiting for the eventual outcome will also be left with nothing. This will teach them for not doing their research properly and believing BlockStream/Core propaganda. The toxic BlockStream/Core developers, fanatics and their propaganda army which has been censoring discussion, trolling discussion forums, Reddit and Twitter will also be left holding bags of worthless SegWit coins. This will be a well deserved punishment for them. Censorship of forums and subreddits has played a big part in brainwashing many people. BlockStream and Core will have some serious explaining to do. Any remaining miners not on board with this plan and still mining Legacy Bitcoin will be left mining a slow, high difficulty chain, perhaps at best 1 block every few hours or 1 block per day. Their profitability will sink and they will eventually need to switch to Bitcoin Cash to maintain profitability. BlockStream/Core may even come up with a drastic plan to introduce a hard fork to change the Proof of Work algorithm and add a new dynamic difficulty adjustment algorithm of their own. However by then it will be too late, the largest cumulative Proof of Work will be with Bitcoin Cash. Legacy Bitcoin will no longer be able to carry the Bitcoin name. BlockStream/Core may even try to throw their weight behind the Bitcoin Gold fork which uses GPU mining but with evidence of a 100,000 coin pre-mine and no software released so far it is essentially a scam coin[ref]. End of Extract
  7. Update on 1st August: https://www.btcforkmonitor.info/ The above link is to keep us updated on the potential BCC fork event may happen today at 12:20 UTC Is anyone following the news of the launch of bitcoin cash? I have concerns on this. https://medium.com/@ViaBTC/statement-on-bitcoin-user-activated-hard-fork-6e7aebb67e67 Viabtc announced this on 17 July. I believe they clearly knew that the chances of segwit to be locked in is very high at the point of time when they published this statement. And they have also signaled their support for BIP91 at the moment. Are they still playing to implement this fork which the mining pool for bitcoin cash will be released tomorrow and officially activated on 1st August. For those who r not familiar with Viabtc, it is one of the biggest mining pools with 5% hash power based in China. I believe one of its biggest UBOs is bitmain. Update on 28/07/2017, Pls refer to the below posts for more details: List of exchanges who support BCC 1. ViaBTC 2. OKEX 3. Huobi 4. Bitfinex 5. Bittrex 6. Korbit 7. Bithumb 8. Kraken 9. Bitbays 10. BTCC 11. Livecoin 12. Bit Trade 13. Bitpoint (intention) 14. HitBTC 15. Coinfloor List of exchanges who do not support BCC: 1. Coinbase 2. Poloniex 3. Bitstamp 4. Itbit 5. Bitmex 6. Exodus 7. GDAX 8. Coincheck (TBC) 9. Tokyo Bitcoin Exchange (TBC) 10. GMO-Z Coin (TBC) 11. Coinhako 12. CoinJar 13. Yuanbao
  8. There were other alt-coins before who gave free pre-mined coin to bitcoins holder and tried to profit from the bitcoin brand and logo at the same time. Look what happened to "Bitcore", on first day it traded up to 23USD and then the following days it plummeted to as low as 0,66USD and never got back higher than 3$, and now trading at 1,22! It's like if people just trashed it to get free Bitcoins instead. Which is just the logical thing to do with this kind of garbage coin. Why would they give it for free if it was not garbage? I don't understand the idea behind giving a pre-mined coin. I mean that pre-mined coin can be better, faster, more scalable than Bitcoin, no one cares, what people care is that bitcoin is famous and symbolic and has a tremendously valuable brand. And then people who sold their xrp to get the free candy will probably want to buy back their xrp in the end after trashing their garbage if they are amongst the firsts to do it or else their garbage will be worth nothing... I wonder what everyone here think about that? Am I completely wrong? Will it be different with bitcoin cash? For sure there is more publicity on bitcoin cash because of the fork happening at the same time, it's like free publicity for their opportunistic ICO.
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