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Mark Karpeles has been coerced by some very wealthy interest into starting what is essentially a giant bear trap. These interest already have strongholds in just about every other financial market. However, with bitcoin, it's a little tougher to create the same strongholds. The only way to truly own bitcoin, is by just that, owning it. And a very large portion of it. The mainstream media's praising of the fat man, along with the lack of criminal prosecution (now and into the future) are the two hints in your face. To those that have been paying closer attention. You'll notice other buyers, 'friends of mtgox', offering to scoop up your mtgox coins for 50% of what they're selling for on mtgox. Not small amounts either, they'll buy millions. Mtgox lost most of it's market share a while ago, it was a dying business, and the fat man was an easy target. Robbery through manipulation. Satoshi is spinning in his grave. There are other issues that factor into this, but what I've outlined is the big picture. I had a feeling something like this was occuring, a friend in a high place verified. And to those of you in the know, or even those with the technical inclination to discern what is unfolding, you know this is the truth... To those that may not believe me, my best advice is to hold. They're trying hard to shake your btc from your hands. Cool thing is, only you can hurt yourself, by selling for next to nothing. Don't be manipulated. Expect this all to end in the next week or so, followed by the biggest btc surge we've seen yet. Update: DDOS attacks propagated by Chase, Shills scream coincidence! lol http://www.silverdoctors.com/max-keiser-jpmorgan-behind-bitcoin-ddos-attacks/ I think in all seriousness there should be a conversation amongst higher minds, those tougher to corrupt, capable of understanding attacks by these agencies. This conversation should focus on developing ways to counter the control that is being forced upon bit coin (here is a hint, innovation is the only way), it's survival is at stake. Algorithm and security could be flawless, real world application still poses largest vulnerability. Think tanks, go!
After a huge DDoS attack German bank DKB is now tunneling all its traffic through US-based company Cloudflare - unencrypted! Meanwhile the distributed structure of Bitcoin makes it immune to DDoS attacks and keeps its user's privacy.
Bitcoin Cash is not just fighting for bigger blocks. It is fighting against a group of people that used massive censorship, social engineering attacks, DDoS attacks, and much more to take over a global open source project of the highest significance to mankind.
The group of people I talk of is the leaders of Bitcoin Core/Blockstream. What they have done is a crime against humanity. The main points of this battle are not just about the tech, big blocks or small blocks. It is about a group of people stealing a global open source project from the world. This can not be accepted. Bitcoin Cash is the original Bitcoin.
As NANO gains popularity, what is stopping a malicious party (rich Chinese Bitcoin miners for instance) from investing some millions in computational power to destroy NANO with attacks such as tx spam, ddos, and so on?
I've read so many reddit / bitcointalk threads NANO's attack / security issues and I can't find a good final answer. I mean, if miners can't make money out of NANO and if NANO is fragile to attacks, how will this issue play out if NANO gains tractions? Don't say "read the whitepaper" and research, I did all that, I even read all Github report on attacks and solution. But there are many ways to attack an no definitive solution. Should I be worried if I own a lot of NANO right now?
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