sw2mb is yet another attempt to set the agenda and make it seem like politics matter in Bitcoin. Please ignore every post and poster that mentions this alt like it’s something reasonable. Compromise has its place but not when it comes to changing who can change the rules.

This is a new front in the power struggle and deserves to be met with an overwhelming early rejection. Let's see what's next on their agenda that we can also ignore.

Honey badger don't care.

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sw2mb is yet another attempt to set the agenda and make it seem like politics matter in Bitcoin. Please ignore every post and poster that mentions this alt like it's something reasonable. Compromise has its place but not when it comes to changing who can

This is a new front in the power struggle and deserves to be met with an overwhelming early rejection. Let’s see what’s next on their agenda that we can also ignore. Honey badger don’t care.

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