Ep.7 Wright or Wrong, The Fork Is Coming!

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Hello Bitcoiners!

In this episode of the Unhashed Podcast: What do you and the church of scientology potentially have in common? Is Satoshi Nakamoto really intent on suing mining pools who mine blocks using OP_DATASIGVERIFY? And…would you like to learn how you too can become Elon Musk...at least on twitter?

Find out the answers to these and other questions in this week’s episode of the unhashed podcast. See you on the other side.

Corrections to Last Week:

  1. I noted on the wutang coin website that 7 Chambers was a great record. There is no 7 chambers record. I was thinking of the record ‘8 Diagrams’. There is a song entitled ‘7th chamber’ on Enter the Wutang

Weekly News Wrap Up:

  1. Bitcoin ABC and Bitcoin SV are hard forking (ABC has 6 times the nodes of SV)

    1. Bitcoin Cash SV fork will immediately increase blocksize to 128MB

    2. Statistics: https://cash.coin.dance/ Is wright creating dummy nodes? BU Are they making BU nodes crash from 32MB blocks? Do they have more hash power?

    3. Wright has been talking about Suing miners if they mine a block with OP_DATASIGVERIFY,  

    4. Roger Ver: "I think there's some merit to [Bitcoin people] being afraid [of hard forks]". Let’s draw analogies between the BTC/BCH and BCH/BSV split.

  2. Update on twitter scams:

    1. Hackers are taking control of verified accounts then changing the picture and name to show elon musk, which is how they get the verified account symbol. This lends tons of credibility (sort of) to the free btc giveaway claims.

  3. Early bitcoin adoptor elected governor of california.

  4. 5 ways to scam you out of your coins - kepersky labs

  5. Is Liquid “trustless”?

    1. What is Liquid?

    2. Was the Twitter drama justified?

    3. What exactly is Liquids security model?

  6. Rehypothecation and Comingling in Bitcoin

ICO My God, They’re Serious:

Oscar Meyer’s “Bacoin”

One final note:

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Colin aulds