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When r/Bitcoin moderators began censoring content and banning users they disagreed with, r/btc became a community for free and open crypto discussion. This happened long before the creation of Bitcoin Cash. Today, r/btc users can discuss any Bitcoin-related topic without fear of moderator retaliation, while r/Bitcoin and r/CryptoCurrency are still heavily censored. Over the years /r/btc became community of historians & torchbearers, preservers of Satoshi's Bitcoin for future generations.
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Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet: a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. As such, it is more resistant to wild inflation and corrupt banks. With Bitcoin, you can be your own bank.
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Crypto Market Analysis & Discussion. Demand and price, technical analysis, fundamentals, Bitcoin, Ethereum, token, volume, oscillator, RSI, stochastic, trend, trends, sentiment, strategy, coin, coinmarketcap, coingecko, messari, altcoin, blockchain.
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We're Crypto Reddit's Fiji water in a desert of censorship and agendas. Arguably Reddit's best source for uncensored cryptocurrency news, technicals, education, memes and so more!
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r/ledgerwallet
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r/Crypto_Currency_News
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News means money in the Crypto Currency world. When new coins, products or platforms are released using Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero or any related altcoin Tokens, the price of affected products can potentially move on the news.
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r/TREZOR
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Trezor is the world's original Bitcoin hardware wallet, protecting coins for thousands of users worldwide. What makes Trezor even better is the community behind it, gathered in this subreddit. Come here and find tips or assistance from your fellow community members.
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r/BitcoinABC
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Bitcoin ABC leads eCash protocol development, on the mission to build global electronic cash.
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r/bcash
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bcash - the fork of bitcoin with base-block scalability
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r/btcfork
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This is a subreddit for discussion of forking Bitcoin to allow a free-market and consent-based approach to Bitcoin's / Bitcoin Cash's progress. In Bitcoin Cash we brought together like minded people - users, developers, miners - to carry on the experiment that is Bitcoin. We stand ready to fork again should it become necessary to protect Bitcoin to ensure the option of peer-to-peer electronic cash can survive and thrive.
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r/Ripple
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Ripple connects banks, payment providers and digital asset exchanges via RippleNet to provide one frictionless experience to send money globally. Banks and payment providers can use the digital asset XRP to further reduce their costs and access new markets. XRP is the fastest and most scalable digital asset today.
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r/altcoin
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/r/Altcoin is one of Reddit's original cryptocurrency subreddits, started 8+ years ago. Altcoins are generally considered everything but BTC - so even ETH, ADA and BNB are considered Altcoins.
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r/SmartBCH_DeFi
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Meeting point for SmartBCH enthusiasts. Discuss new projects and developments here. Always do your own research before investing.
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MtGoxInsolvency is the sub for those affected by the failure of MtGox and who are now part of the formal MtGox Insolvency process being run out of Tokyo through the Japanese court system.
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r/OpenBazaar
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An open source, decentralized marketplace for peer-to-peer commerce using cryptocurrency. No fees. No restrictions. Browse now @ https://openbazaar.com ----- Shop the official OpenBazaar store: ob://QmcUDmZK8PsPYWw5FRHKNZFjszm2K6e68BQSTpnJYUsML7
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r/eos
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The EOS Network is a 3rd generation blockchain platform powered by the EOS VM, a low-latency, highly performant, and extensible WebAssembly engine for deterministic execution of near feeless transactions; purpose-built for enabling optimal web3 user, developer experiences. EOS is the flagship blockchain and financial center of the EOSIO protocol, serving as the driving force behind multi-chain collaboration and public goods funding for tools and infrastructure through the EOS Network Foundation.
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r/Wavesplatform
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r/hardwareswap
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Do you want to trade your unused computer part for something you will use? Welcome to r/Hardwareswap, a community and marketplace for buying, selling, and trading all sorts of PC Hardware. It is very important than you read the wiki located in the sidebar for safe trading procedures.Reading our rules and guides is the best and most proven way to prevent getting scammed!
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"SOMEONE should post a pro BCH thread so others can see the other side of the story" -me before making this post.

First, the most important distinction to understand is PRICE vs VALUE.

Price is the amount paid for acquiring any product or service.

Value is the utility of a good or service for a customer.

We as Bitcoin Cash supporters know the value of BCH, non supporters only know the price of BCH. Accumulating when price < value is ideal. When price = value you can still accumulate, but the largest portion of gains come from accumulating when price < value. When price > value take profits.

It is my belief BCH is significantly in the price < value category. Here are some reasons why.

  1. Developer happiness: For the first few years after the BTC/BCH split there were very public disagreements between developers and stakeholders resulting in 2 internal splits. Compared to back then, developer happiness is much higher today. I've heard a few devs mention this. There are public discussions happening in various places (https://bitcoincashresearch.org/, twitter live chats, youtube network discussions, telegram cashtokens) and the tone is productive, actual collaboration is happening. Compared to Amaury rage quitting a live video discussion and Craig Wright's "you split, we bankrupt you", the atmosphere today is basically the opposite of the past. BCH supporters understand the heartaches BCH has been through and how it is different today, but no way the haters on social media know this. Has the increase in BCH's value from developer happiness been priced in yet?

  2. Actual improvements to layer 1 are happening: For the first few years after the BTC/BCH split, hardfork upgrades were about fixing issues rather than improving BCH. BCH spent years fixing the difficulty algorithm to get block issuance to reliably be 1 block per 10 min on average. Remember when huge amounts of hash switched between BCH and BTC and BCH was finding a block every minute? A new address format to help with coins sent to the wrong address? Unrecoverable segwit address fix? Replay protection? These changes were needed but they were fixes, not improvements. Compare those past fixes to recent and upcoming improvements to BCH like: Removing the unconfirmed transaction limit, 64 bit math vs BTC's 32 bit math, native introspection, double spend proofs, native tokens, joint-execution decentralized exchange. These are actual improvements to BCH's value that only people who don't ignore BCH updates know about. Have these been priced in yet?

  3. Bitcoin Cash actually works as marketed: Bitcoin Cash is peer to peer electronic cash for the world. It promises to be basically free, basically instant, reliable, and uncensorable AND IT ACTUALLY IS. Even through all BCH's troubles it still works as intended. We all know about BTC's fee problems but the majority of other coins have also promised basically free/cheap transactions and have been unable to deliver. I won't get into it here, but this scalability issue has a lot to do with BCH being a UTXO model rather than an account model (like ETH). When's the last time you heard someone talk about scaling issues between UTXO and account models? They only talk about scaling account models without knowing UTXO scales much better. The problem here for BCH is that adoption has been low and transactions per day has been falling so the scalability of BCH is currently hidden, for now.

  4. Bitcoin Cash is still seen as a different class of cryptocurrency by regulators. Recently Canadian crypto exchanges imposed a 30k CAD annual limit for cryptocurrencies. These new rules do not apply to BTC, ETH, BCH, LTC. source. Companies too paypal?.

  5. Coinflex. The Coinflex drama caught me off guard, totally didn't see it coming. Putting the drama around Coinflex aside if we are to believe the current information provided then a massive amount of BCH were sold that were intended to be 'long', increasing sell side liquidity temporarily. In addition there is a lot of FUD around the situation as many BCH supporters lost a lot. Yes the Coinflex situation is bad but the situation is mostly reflected in the price of BCH, not the value of BCH. SmartBCH still exists and a reasonable person should see it has potential. BCH isn't betting everything on SmartBCH and BCH is decentralized so they can build on BCH if they want.

  6. St. Maarten cryptocurrency legal tender regulation. While this regulation is for all cryptocurrencies, BCH supporters know St. Maarten is a hotspot for BCH adoption. The St. Maarten parliament member (MP Brison) pushing the regulation joined a few BCH live discussions and gave various examples of why he supports BCH. He really gets it. He even mentioned his intention to give BCH supporters a first look during the November BCH conference in St. Maarten. He starts talking 28 min in.

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