[Bitcoin-segwit2x] F2Pool backing out of NYA - Fork still happening?

Cedrick Perrigo cedrickperrigo at protonmail.com
Sat Oct 14 12:13:36 UTC 2017

Wow. So "buyers and sellers of goods and services" exclude more than 10,000 merchants in the BitPay network, not counting others? I can use Segwit2x Bitcoin to buy games on Steam, products from Microsoft, goods from OpenBazzar and pay for my VPS. I cannot use segwit1x altcoin to do anything.

What kind of delusions do you live in.

No matter how long you spend arguing in this mailing list. No proof or data means you are a troll.

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> Subject: Re: [Bitcoin-segwit2x] F2Pool backing out of NYA - Fork still happening?
> Local Time: October 14, 2017 8:03 PM
> UTC Time: October 14, 2017 12:03 PM
> From: bitcoin-segwit2x at lists.linuxfoundation.org
> To: bitcoin-segwit2x at lists.linuxfoundation.org
>> if you think there"s more "users" supporting segwit1x altcoin. Show me the proof with their Bitcoin holding amounts.
> I defined users as "buyers and sellers of goods and services" and as
> the 99% (as opposed to the 1% hodlers). Probably 1% of the population
> will always hold 90% of bitcoin. They may start loaning it out at
> interest to gain an even higher percentage, decreasing the amount of
> coin in the marketplace even further, further increasing their percent
> ownership of society without effort. People (users) as workers
> contributing to society are notorious for not having enough savings,
> and democracy replaced other systems by protecting them against the
> 1%, be they lords, rentiers, monopolies, bankers, or hodlers trying to
> enforce a bitcoin monopoly.
> Tech is so advanced, the capital of hodling speculators that increased
> mining infrastructure was not needed except as a marketing tool to get
> capital the fastest to create the most hashpower. The shift to fees
> means the coin that pays the highest in total fees will be able to pay
> the most "protection money". So power will shift from hodlers to
> users. But meeting the demand of low fees per coin transferred for
> the users and high total fees for the miners leads to bigger blocks
> that lose security (if there is only one chain). So let chains
> flourish to the chagrin of hodlers in order to lower fees per coin
> transferred, increase security, eliminate the single-chain point of
> failure, and get closer to the ideal of a constant value currency.
> To what extent is hodler greed for a monopolistic coin the source of
> the bickering? (be they SegWit1x, SegWit2x, or both) Does anyone
> really have future users in mind since it means doing things hodlers
> will not like?
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