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Latest from our boy Emin, Peter Rizun's (Bitcoin Unlimited) bestie: "These nincompoops cannot operate their own network without shooting themselves in the foot"

Latest from our boy Emin, Peter Rizun's (Bitcoin Unlimited) bestie: submitted by btcnewsupdates to bitcoincashSV [link] [comments]

Dr. Peter Rizun, Bitcoin Unlimited -- The propaganda campaign is very real, almost every claim is an outright lie in this presentation.

Dr. Peter Rizun, Bitcoin Unlimited -- The propaganda campaign is very real, almost every claim is an outright lie in this presentation. submitted by varikonniemi to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

First presentation I have seen from a BU supporter: Peter Rizun, Bitcoin Unlimited, at Coinbase 16 March 2017

I think it's worth the watch. I'll withhold any commentary.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWnFDocAmfg
QA Starts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWnFDocAmfg#t=16m56s
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CSW & CoinGeek become the #1 BCH miner, and immediately start threatening BCH developers, telling them they're not special, they need to know their place, or they'll be replaced.

CSW is backed by Calvin Ayre / CoinGeek.com
Craig Wright, the Australian computer scientist who made the Satoshi claim, has the backing of Calvin Ayre, a wealthy Canadian entrepreneur, according to people close to Wright and documents reviewed by Reuters.
https://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/bitcoin-wright-patents/
CSW has clashed with BCH developers Amaury Sechet (Bitcoin ABC) and Peter Rizun (Bitcoin Unlimited). Amaury Sechet basically created Bitcoin Cash, by writing the code for the August 1, 2017 BCH hard fork.
CSW / Calvin Ayre / CoinGeek have now become the #1 BCH miner.
With his newfound hashing power, CSW is now threatening BCH developers, telling them they're not special, they need to know their place, or they'll be replaced.
Dr Craig S Wright : Time to learn. Devs work for miners. If they don't want to, they can find a job. If they do not understand that bitcoin is hashpower, we will fund OTHERS who do.
https://twitter.com/ProfFaustus/status/1020688425815617536
Dr Craig S Wright : MINERS are bitcoin. Time the Devs learn! Devs are EASY to replace. It takes money. We have it. never think you are special as a dev. If you create a business, you have something. If you support, you are supporting miners.
https://twitter.com/ProfFaustus/status/1021396279925014528
Maybe related: A month ago, Vin Armani (CoinText.io) asked CSW some questions about CSW's proposals which could split the BCH chain, and CSW called Vin a "lying scum", and blocked him on Twitter.
CSW is a real classy guy, going to poor African countries, and insulting the crowd by saying that he has more money than their whole country. (at the 1.49 mark)
Many of us did warn that CSW (Fake Satoshi) was an unrepentant fraudster, who shouldn't be trusted or promoted by the BCH community.
As Rick Falkvinge notes, the BCH community didn't learn its lesson from the Blockstream takeover of Bitcoin BTC.
There's a growing divide between CSW and many important BCH people.
Libertarian-oriented projects often fail, because idealists want to embrace everyone in the spirit of freedom & openness. Unfortunately, it just takes one bad actor to ruin everything.
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Timeline of the CSW-CoinGeek attack on Bitcoin Cash.

Back in March 2018, Rick Falkvinge warned that the BCH community had learned nothing from the Blockstream takeover of Bitcoin, and warned that the BCH community needed to identify toxic sociopaths (like CSW) early on.
Over time, the divide between CSW and many BCH people began to expand.
CSW, nChain, billionaire Calvin Ayre, CoinGeek are all aligned.
And it appears that they bought up anywhere from 40%-51% of BCH hashpower.
Now they're threatening to launch double spend attacks against BCH exchanges, like CoinEx / ViaBTC.
Basically, CSW / nChain / Calvin / CoinGeek want to create a hardfork (Bitcoin SV), and insist that everyone follow it as BCH, and they'll launch double spend attacks against anyone in the BCH community who doesn't comply.
In August 2018, there was a meeting of the BCH miners, to try to resolve differences. There were about 50 people in attendance, and everyone was professional & cordial, except CSW. During someone else's presentation, CSW cried "Lies and Bullshit!", and walked out. Overall, CSW ended up missing 95% of the conference, and nothing was resolved.
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Timeline of the CSW-CoinGeek attack on Bitcoin Cash.

Back in March 2018, Rick Falkvinge warned that the BCH community had learned nothing from the Blockstream takeover of Bitcoin, and warned that the BCH community needed to identify toxic sociopaths (like CSW) early on.
Over time, the divide between CSW and many BCH people began to expand.
CSW, nChain, billionaire Calvin Ayre, CoinGeek are all aligned.
And it appears that they bought up anywhere from 40%-51% of BCH hashpower.
Now they're threatening to launch double spend attacks against BCH exchanges, like CoinEx / ViaBTC.
Basically, CSW / nChain / Calvin / CoinGeek want to create a hardfork (Bitcoin SV), and insist that everyone follow it as BCH, and they'll launch double spend attacks against anyone in the BCH community who doesn't comply.
In August 2018, there was a meeting of the BCH miners, to try to resolve differences. There were about 50 people in attendance, and everyone was professional & cordial, except CSW. During someone else's presentation, CSW cried "Lies and Bullshit!", and walked out. Overall, CSW ended up missing 95% of the conference, and nothing was resolved.
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What do we know about the capabilities and reputation of the lesser known members of the Bitcoin Classic development team?

Specifically, Jonathan Toomim, Ahmed Bodiwala and Peter Rizun.
Bitcoin Core developers are under a lot of scrutiny, but what basis are people using to be so happy with the Classic team being the new custodians of the Bitcoin code?(ignoring Gavin and Jeff)
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Peter R. Rizun on Twitter: "I soldered some chips together [...] It's a proof-of-concept for a bitcoin UTXO database that would help a laptop computer keep up at global scale transaction throughput."

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Peter R. Rizun: "The goal I'm working towards is the global adoption of "Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System." BCH is currently the most promising means of achieving that end. But it's important to remember that BCH is not the end in itself—better money for the world is."

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Peter R. Rizun: "A value of the Bitcoin Cash community is unity in our goal to scale BCH to electronic cash all 8 billion people in the world can use. This goal unites us, despite a diversity of opinions on the best technical path forward and a diversity of node implementations. Unity > Division"

Peter R. Rizun: Division"" title="Peter R. Rizun: "A value of the Bitcoin Cash community is unity in our goal to scale BCH to electronic cash all 8 billion people in the world can use. This goal unites us, despite a diversity of opinions on the best technical path forward and a diversity of node implementations. Unity > Division"" /> submitted by money78 to btc [link] [comments]

Peter R. Rizun: ”People were unknowingly accepting Lightning bitcoins that weren't actually backed by real bitcoins. These people wouldn't even find out until they went to withdraw their coins from the Lightning Network (i.e., close the channel). ”

Peter R. Rizun: ”People were unknowingly accepting Lightning bitcoins that weren't actually backed by real bitcoins. These people wouldn't even find out until they went to withdraw their coins from the Lightning Network (i.e., close the channel). ” submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

History Lesson: Dr. Peter Rizun - SegWit Coins are not Bitcoins - Arnhem 2017

History Lesson: Dr. Peter Rizun - SegWit Coins are not Bitcoins - Arnhem 2017 submitted by MemoryDealers to btc [link] [comments]

Peter R. Rizun:"Given Lightning's design and BTC's fees, it's inevitable that regular users will use custodial wallets. Bitcoin was designed for regular users to easily use non-custodial SPV wallets, which unfortunately are no longer fashionable..."

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Peter Rizun Poll: Bitcoin wins against BTC and BCH

Peter Rizun Poll: Bitcoin wins against BTC and BCH submitted by Zarathustra_V to bitcoincashSV [link] [comments]

Peter R. Rizun: "I have dedicated—and will continue to dedicate—years of my life to help scale bitcoin to a global currency and payment system. But putting your head in the sand and ignoring real performance measurements like these recent statistics for LN transactions will not help."

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Peter R. Rizun on Twitter: "I soldered some chips together [...] It's a proof-of-concept for a bitcoin UTXO database that would help a laptop computer keep up at global scale transaction throughput."

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Peter R. Rizun: "This is an awesome proposal by awemany (the developer who found the "inflation bug" CVE-2018-17144) to bring near-instant "weak block" confirmations to Bitcoin Cash (BCH) _and_ improve block propagation!"

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For anyone who still hasn't seen this, here is Peter Rizun and Andrew Stone presenting their research on how to do 1 gigabyte blocks, all the way back in 2017 at the Scaling Bitcoin Conference. The BTC camp has known we can scale bitcoin on-chain for years, they just don't want to hear it.

For anyone who still hasn't seen this, here is Peter Rizun and Andrew Stone presenting their research on how to do 1 gigabyte blocks, all the way back in 2017 at the Scaling Bitcoin Conference. The BTC camp has known we can scale bitcoin on-chain for years, they just don't want to hear it. submitted by Anenome5 to btc [link] [comments]

Bcash developer Peter Rizun caught using a sock puppet account on Twitter to spread FUD about Bitcoin and Lightning

Bcash developer Peter Rizun caught using a sock puppet account on Twitter to spread FUD about Bitcoin and Lightning submitted by the_bob to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Peter R. Rizun: "The average user can be their own bank and verify their own transactions with a SPV wallet, that requires no more data than a SMS text message package for a dumb phone in Nepal. This will always be true regardless of how big blocks get. See Section 8 of the bitcoin white paper."

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Peter Rizun challenges Adam Back to a debate on the merits of scaling bitcoin on-chain versus off-chain.

Peter Rizun challenges Adam Back to a debate on the merits of scaling bitcoin on-chain versus off-chain. submitted by money78 to btc [link] [comments]

Our own Peter Rizun and Andrew Stone, speaking at the 2017 "Scaling Bitcoin Conference" just prior to the BCH split, explaining how we get to 1GB Blocks and beyond!

Our own Peter Rizun and Andrew Stone, speaking at the 2017 submitted by Anenome5 to btc [link] [comments]

Peter Rizun of Bitcoin Unlimited says 'There won't be BTC and BCH in five years' Peter Rizun Talks About SPV. 4 Billion SPV BCH Wallets! (Part A) Peter Rizun: A Bitcoin Fee Market Without A Blocksize Limit (Episode 172)

Peter Rizun: Bitcoin Unlimited is a nonprofit organization with a mandate to promote and further Bitcoin, as peer to peer electronic cash. So we have developers and they maintain implementation to Bitcoin protocol called BU. So the BU node will run on the BTC Blockchain, the BCH Blockchain, or even the BSV Blockchain. TL;DR: Bitcoin Unlimited (BU) Chief Scientist Peter Rizun is a human lightning rod. He's become one in recent months most notoriously due to his being asked for counter-arguments to the efficacy and need of a second layer payment solution on Bitcoin Core (BTC). The resulting drama with BTC and Lightning Network supporter, podcaster Peter McCormack, was amazing to watch unfold, and this is Read writing from Peter R. Rizun on Medium. Bitcoin Unlimited, Chief Scientist. Every day, Peter R. Rizun and thousands of other voices read, write, and share important stories on Medium. Dr. Peter Rizun's talk at Scaling Bitcoin Montreal 2015; Dr. Peter Rizun: "A Transaction Fee Market Exists Without a Block Size Limit" XT Nodes - Bitcoin Hashrate Distribution; Bitco.in Forum; Ledger - Peer-Reviewed Journal on Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Peter Rizun is a physicist and entrepreneur living in Vancouver, Canada. His research focuses on the properties and emergent phenomenon of the Bitcoin Network. He is also the co-founder and co-managing editor of Ledger, the world’s first peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to cryptocurrency research.

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Peter Rizun of Bitcoin Unlimited says 'There won't be BTC and BCH in five years'

Dr Peter Rizun has been researching the economics of transaction fees in Bitcoin extensively and joined us to discuss what dynamics affect fees and why he thinks the blocksize limit will ... Peter Rizun, chief scientist at Bitcoin Unlimited, talks about SPV at Global Blockchain Developer Conference. He offers solutions to deal with SPV privacy concerns. Watch and Enjoy! A (slightly noisy) corridor interview with Bitcoin Unlimited's Peter Rizun, where he describes the origins of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and why he thinks BCH developers will keep Bitcoin (BTC) on its ...

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