Please help us keep the Bitcoin (Arch Wiki) page clean from Bcash trolls

They keep trying to add bcash content to confuse people and I have to revert those edits:

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php?title=Bitcoin&type=revision&diff=545517&oldid=545452

Please help me fight the spam.

There were flamewars on the Discussion page in the past (check the history).

The person whose comment I reverted just added this comment: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Talk:Bitcoin#Links_to_software_packages

I cannot do this alone, so I need the help from all of you.

About me, I'm a Arch Linux and bitcoin user and I love them both, I don't like seeing the bitcoin page get hijacked by these people. So please help.

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Blockchain is not a database, it’s a protocol for syncing the databases. The point of a blockchain is not to “store” or “distribute” data, it is to make sure mutually distrusting parties are all on the same page.

Blockchain is not a database, it's a protocol for syncing the databases. The point of a blockchain is not to "store" or "distribute" data, it is to make sure mutually distrusting parties are all on the same page. submitted by /u/Bitcoin-Laundry
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