Its not mainly a money thing (unless they directly buy off the miners). If
a large amount of the mining power quickly moves to BCC and the BTC
difficulty factor remains at its last setting (till the next scheduled
reset) then the BTC mempool will explode as the combination of 1MB blocks
and massively increased block times make BTC useless.

Warrant Canary creator

On Aug 8, 2017 10:40 AM, "Razer" <g...@riseup.net> wrote:



On 08/08/2017 08:12 AM, Steven Schear wrote:

I"m expecting a "flippening" between Bitcoin Core and the recently forked
Bitcoin Cash followed by a crash in Core's value due to an exodus of
miners.

Warrant Canary creator

On Aug 8, 2017 10:08 AM, "Razer" <g...@riseup.net> wrote:

> Not.
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> 'Not nothin', as they say in Peoria...
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> https://quitter.im/notice/1986031
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> Rr
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Goldman has really really REALLY deep pockets. So do their friends. They
can make market, be the competition, and bury any other aspiring markets.

That's assuming the people who migrate are GAMBLING AND INVESTING, and
don't really give fucks about alternate, anonymous, society-changing,
'money'. Goldman and their friends will waste them. I speculate(sic) It
won't affect those who create 'closed systems' of exchange as badly.

Rr

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