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38 replies
  1. Dave Samuels
    Dave Samuels says:

    Actually, now that I've had some time to digest this a bit, what does the future look like? Will there be such a thing as 'collectable' coins? Digital numismatics? If so, it could be that vintage btc might end up being less 'digital gold' and more 'digital Piece Of Eight'…. I mean after all, the code don't/can't lie, yes? huh…..

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  2. John Carter
    John Carter says:

    Justin Sun operates like he"s the CCP of crypto….coincidence??? Just think how much control the CCP already has over blockchain…biggest BTC miners in the world, Binance, Tron, Steem, Poloniex etc etc etc…are we waking up yet???

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  3. Christopher Middleton
    Christopher Middleton says:

    You got a lot of important details wrong on the Steem/Hive situation.
    1. By Justin Sun purchasing the Ninja Mined stake, then enlisting the help of exchanges, he didn't have "a lot" of control. He had TOTAL control. Almost all the witnesses at that point were sock puppets controlled by him. All witnesses that disagreed with what he wanted to do immediately were voted out of consensus by him alone.
    2. With that much stake that was supposed to be a development fund, he was an existential threat to the whole system. The DPOS version of a 51% attack if you will. So with no ability to change that situation on Steem, HIVE was born.
    3. Now you said this was a tit for tat. That's not true. If the entire reason for Hive's creation was to nullify the threat of these ill acquired funds, what sense would it make to fork to hive and airdrop Hive to the bad actor? That doesn't make any sense. No one is entitled to an airdrop, that's nothing at all like stealing someone's BOUGHT tokens.
    4. Which brings me to that point. These funds weren't frozen or nullified, they were STOLEN. The funds were transferred to an account that was under the control of JS or Steemit or someone on that side. They were instantly powered down, and transferred. That's a very important point that you can't tell this story accurately without mentioning.

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  4. UI Zen
    UI Zen says:

    I have a better quote about 'power corrupting poeple'' it is 'Circumstances do not make the man, they reveal him.' these people are rotten to begin with. Having power has nothing to do with it.

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  5. Dave Samuels
    Dave Samuels says:

    That’s too bad about Steem. Seems like there are some decent creators there. Or there were. That story of the hard fork was like listening in on bedroom talk of a failing marriage. Think maybe I need a shower now….

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  6. CryptoJackLavers
    CryptoJackLavers says:

    Heidi, I don't get your conclusion regarding Steemit.. surely those choosing Hive were ' in the right' Yes , who knows what the future brings..but this was a BS move by a known shady character.. At least there was a sting in the tail, with the white hat hack…Maybe you have more knowledge on the subject to share?
    Does Toby have an opinion on holders tokens just being taken from them????
    Omg!!
    I also encourage you to listen to 2 Girl Gone Crypto interviews on this subject…or not, may have better things to do

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  7. Zozo ZIZI
    Zozo ZIZI says:

    Justin bought the company. I don't understand why all this !!. Mark Zuckenberg bought Whatsapp and Instagram, now he is working on Libra … is that not the same ? let him be.. and focus on Hive or what ever it is..

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  8. Oliver Li
    Oliver Li says:

    Satoshi is fighting Bill Gates's patent 2020060606 cryptocurrency. Bill Gates is dangerous. He wants to force us to use his crypto by implanting the mark-of-the-beast microchip

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  9. jcoghill2
    jcoghill2 says:

    What I have yet to figure out is how this mysterious white paper gets dropped somewhere written by the even more mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto. A man that apparently nobody knows or has met. Contained in this white paper are the plans to a miraculous financial system that is now known as Bitcoin which has the potential at this moment of changing the way we do everything everywhere in very short period of time. And nobody knows who this guy is? Who is John Galt? Are we there yet?

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  10. Rob Hannum
    Rob Hannum says:

    What do supporters of Tron say now? This is cancer to STEEM, but from this we learn. The chains that survive will be the ones we trust. Thanks for staying on top of these events.

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  11. Giak
    Giak says:

    It wasn't Satoshi, he was taken out a long time ago.
    The Bitcoin white paper says nothing about digital gold. It says peer to peer digital cash. Bitcoin was hijacked a long time ago by the banking cartels to prevent their demise. If you don't believe me put your emotions aside and think.
    If Bitcoin succeeded as digital cash, why would anyone in the world use a future central bank issued digital cash? The answer, they wouldn't. That's why they took out Satoshi in 2010. Think about it. Also, why would anyone in their right mind leave billions of dollars untouched in a wallet for years?! I don't think so. Satoshi was taken out by the CIA and the Bitcoin forums taken over, the digital gold narrative was born

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  12. tossing molotovs
    tossing molotovs says:

    You just made a profound argument againt proof of stake and for BTC maximalism. Great video. For those with short attention spans compare your turd coin to BTC and not the USD – that speaks volumes.

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