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RE: Bitcoin to 10k USD This Year? What if I Told You This already Happened Worldwide ?

in #bitcoin7 years ago

cool, but what i dont understand is all these damn forks!
are they just gonna keep forking all the bitcoin and bitcoin affiliates down to the smallest degree or what?
also who is deciding to do these forks and why? is there a commitee of people that say lets fork, all in favour all oppose? i dont get it

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Yep, and there's also bitcoin diamond which no one knows much about yet, brand new http://www.btcd.io/ ...well whoever does it gets a ton of "free money" so whatever their supposed reasons for doing it, whch
is always somehow improving on the original BTC in some way, let's not forget that the ulterior motive or let's say "side benefit" is they make an instant profit.

BitCoin Diamond sounds like a scam coin.

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ok... i dont know why you just went on that big rant there

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