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r/btc
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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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r/CryptoCurrency
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The leading community for cryptocurrency news, discussion, and analysis.
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r/Bitcoin
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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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r/CoinBase
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Welcome to r/Coinbase!
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r/CryptoMarkets
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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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r/binance
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Binance is the world’s leading blockchain and cryptocurrency infrastructure provider with a financial product suite that includes the largest digital asset exchange by volume.
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r/dogecoin
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The most amazing place on reddit! A subreddit for sharing, discussing, hoarding and wow'ing about Dogecoins. The much wow innovative crypto-currency.
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r/ethtrader
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Welcome to /r/EthTrader, a 100% community driven sub. Here you can discuss Ethereum news, memes, investing, trading, miscellaneous market-related subjects and other relevant technology.
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r/CryptoCurrencies
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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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Discussions about Ledger's products. Visit us @ ledger.com
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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/vzla
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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/ethereum
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Next-generation platform for decentralised applications. Dive in at ethereum.org
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r/Monero
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This is the official subreddit of Monero (XMR), a secure, private, untraceable currency that is open-source and freely available to all.
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r/SmartBCH_DeFi
677 members
Meeting point for SmartBCH enthusiasts. Discuss new projects and developments here. Always do your own research before investing.
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r/mtgoxinsolvency
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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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Waves Tech is a blockchain-agnostic ecosystem for inter-chain DeFi, the embodiment of tech freedom for blockchain-based finance. Waves Tech offers a development infrastructure for innovation and ready-to-use tools with a solid potential for mass adoption.
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r/technology
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Subreddit dedicated to the news and discussions about the creation and use of technology and its surrounding issues.
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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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r/BitcoinAUS
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This subreddit is for users of Bitcoin in Australia.
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I'm not an expert but I plan to become an expert someday in the future because I envision that within 50 years, everybody will need to understand crypto because I believe that crypto is currently in the process of changing the world. (similar to how Dall-E is changing the art world like how Amazon put nearly all the shopping malls in America out of business)

I have been told the following from some guy on discord and I would like to know if it is true:

Discord guy: Something about how segwit makes BTC less secure

Can someone tell me what he is talking about in 2 sentences maximum? I'm not dumb enough to believe that the BTC devs would willingly and/or knowingly make their version of crypto less secure. Was the guy on discord pulling my leg or do the BCH people truly believe this?

My next question is regarding what "protects" the uniqueness of BCH? What if half of the "big names" within the BCH community (such as Roger Ver) have a fight with the other half of the BCH community (and the dev team is split 50/50) and two new BCH chains are created?

I'm aware of the BSV split and also the guy with a weird name's split. Amaury Sachet? I think his fork was called Bitcoin Cash ABC but my memory is horrible so don't quote me on that.

Let's pretend that something like the BSV split happens again but it perfectly splits the BCH community 50/50 evenly rather than 80/20 (as I'm under the impression that only 20% of the "big names" in BCH were in favor of BSV and they took 20% of the community and eco-system with them).

If I made any mistakes in this post in the history of BCH, please forgive me. I'm a Mormon musician with an autistic child and that is what my post history will tell you. I'm not a crypto person at all. (although I wish to become one)

I am a fan of BTC also because I really like "bitusher" on the bitcoin beginners forum. He is either God or an AI because he always leaves an extremely informative answer within 1 hour every time I post a question there (or several questions). However, I hate "Theymos" so badly that it cancels my admiration for BitUsher.

What I like about the BCH community is they are the side of logic and reason. The BTC community (by contrast) is the side of "muscle" where if you say the wrong thing, they will come after you or try to ruin your reputation. I'm a Godly person and I will always support the side which has the "moral high ground" metaphorically speaking (which BCH currently holds):

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral_high_ground

Thank you for reading and I know I rambled a bit so feel free to just answer the question in the title or correct any mistakes I made describing the history of Bitcoin Cash.

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TL;DR: Other than blocksize, what are the 3 most important distinctions that the bitcoin cash community would like non-crypto people to be aware of between BTC and BCH? 🤔

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