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March 2014 The Hidden Bullmarket #Altcoinwinter 1 Forecasting using Emotion #humanbehavior 🔮

kazonomics.com/whats-in-a-new…
March 2014 #bitcoin #btc #crascycle warning with target 160 🔮
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1/ After examining #Substratum's #BCH and #LTC crowdsale wallets and finding major discrepancies, I decided to take a look at the #ETH wallet. For reference, Substratum reported 17,778.25 ETH were collected during the ICO process.

etherscan.io/address/0xaf51…
2/ After compiling all of #Substratum's crowdsale wallet into a spreadsheet, I identified the tx below as the first crowdsale participant who received 55,000 #SUB in exchange for 10.1 #ETH.

etherscan.io/address/0xc343…
3/ Similarly, I was able to identify the address below as the last participant in the ICO. This wallet received a whopping 122,202 #SUB in exchange for 12.220246405 #ETH. Why this wallet received ~10,000 SUB/ETH? I don't know.

etherscan.io/address/0x6f2f…
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1/ #Substratum's whitepaper states that it received 602.1433 BCH during ICO. However, the BCH contribution address...

1KhDawtid3v9kdLLVybPQTWTs5FxfXDrMs

...reveals that 1304.26123096 BCH was received and subsequently sent off to a very large wallet (probably an exchange). #SUB
2/ 702.11793096 BCH are unaccounted for. Following the ICO, the "lost" #BCH was worth ~$295K. A few months later, it was worth $2.7M. Considering #Substratum's #ETH holdings are down to ~$1.2M, these misplaced funds would be very helpful right now.
3/ I just want to know where this 602.1433 BCH figure came from. The wallet address clearly shows a much higher number. Why lie about it? A similar "error" can be found between the quoted LTC amount in the whitepaper and the actual amount received in ICO as well. #Substratum #SUB
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So goes the stupid hash war. Bcashers got tired of reality, I guess. Now they want to hide behind centralization and lies again.

The same people that didn't understand why bcash would fail in the first place, couldn't understand the arguments involved this time either.
#bitcoin
Everyday is a hash war. Their toy networks got a taste of the real economics Bitcoin deals with daily.

An attack on their network could have happened at anytime, but it took some other idiot that cared enough to waste the money. In comes CSW. 😂
#BCH #bchabc #BCHSV
And how did the ignorant bcashers deal with this dose of reality?

More centralization and more precedence for instability and ineptitude. 💀
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The only thing that makes the #bcash #bch drama exciting how centralized it is around a few key players, like Bitmain and their 1mil bch bags.

They'll do anything to pump those bags, but it's not real.
The most valuable #bcash fork would be the one that doesn't change, since long term value comes from long term confidence, not short term feature improvements.

The sum of the two *new networks*, rogercash + SVcash < original #bcash network.
Holding both forks is objectively worse than dumping the loser and buying the winner. And since it's so centralized, it should be easy to predict the winner.

Idiots thinking they'll double the total value by holding, will get relatively rekt.
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Ok, lets do some calculations on Source routing.

What's the most number of nodes you'll have to check to find a path?
The max you'll have to search is the total that exist. You're not going to check the same one multiple times.

So: If you have a partial mesh where each
/1
/2
node is connected to 10 other nodes, and your shortest path is 20 hops.
The average number of nodes would be (10^20)/2 [On average, you'd only check half the last hop)
So, that means you'd check 100,000,000,000,000,000,000 nodes, right?
*WRONG*
If there are 4 billion nodes
/3
That means, at MOST, you'd check only 4B. You don't check the same ones multiple times.
So, how long would it take a modern computer to process this?
1 Ghz = 1 Billion cycles per second.
So, a Six core 4 GHz processor has 24 BILLION cycles per SECOND.
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For ages, I've been trying to have a debate about #BCH "scaling" VS #LightningNetwork with someone technically knowledgeable, intelligent, and articulate.
I've failed in my search to find any #BCH supporter that fits one of those 3 requirements, much less all 3.
All we get are "MORE BABIES ARE DYING"
And
"I have more money than your country!"
"F*** you toddler"
and a host of easily debunked propganda being spread by non-technical, individuals with no subject matter knowledge... (Or worse, they don't even know the meaning of the words.)
So many with "Oh it's an IOU". No... Do you even know what that means?
"It's centralized" No... you clearly don't understand the meaning of centralized.
Etc Etc.
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