Roger Ver is paying millions in social media attacks against bitcoin – please take a minute and show him that we are bitcoin!

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Tag them guys, tag them and report them, it works!

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Meanwhile, they continue milking the Bcash cow, and thousands of newbies keep buying his cowshit.

Hell, they even give him gold when he openly lies to them and scams them in broad r/btc daylight (third link), here's some evidence of their scammy and shady behavior: "Roger Ver pays a public relations company to astroturf social media with anti-core, pro-BU propaganda."- former mod Good example of shill/bought accounts to push agenda founder Roger Ver abuses admin access at Roger buying likes on Twitter Roger says he paid a $  600 fee for a #Bitcoin tx in the last 24 hours. It's nice to see /r/btc call out his bullshit. 

Flashback: Remember MtGox? Watch Roger lying:

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Let's Talk Bitcoin! #335 – Was That Worth Paying For? (letstalk)

On Today’s Show…Ryan X. Charles, one of the founders of, sits down with Adam B. Levine at the LTB Homestead to discuss micropayments, paywalls, lightning networks, payment channels, bitcoin, litecoin, the no-ICO approach and more.Want to hear Ryan’s Post-Mortem of the reddit cryptocurrency experiment? Listen to episode 189: The Story of Reddit NotesThis episode featured content from Ryan X. Charles and Adam B….


Stop paying exorbitant fees! My $0.26 fee transaction went through within 30 minutes.

I just want to remind new Bitcoiners to check mempool size before making any transaction.

Basically, anything below 30k-40k unconfirmed transactions means you don't have to pay high fees (let's say more than 100 satoshi per byte).

Today I paid ~30sat/byte and the transaction went through in 30 minutes.

Save yourself some coffee money and don't pay miners more than is necessary!

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