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Lightning Network, as it's described, seems to solve all the problems with Bitcoin. That's not true. I would even say that Ligntning Network doesn't on its own solve any of Bitcoin's problems, but it does go a long way towards solving several of them (scalability and privacy). I'm unable to accept payments due to the insane fees, but would be able to if ...


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The very early days of Bitcoin were pretty much only computer scientists/software engineers and the like. Satoshi posted his peer-to-peer electronic cash proposal to the cypherpunk's mailing list. His idea was actually dismissed by quite a few people on the mailing list as by this time (~2008) there had already been several attempts at peer-to-peer ...


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Regarding Bisq the simple answer is developer shortage. No, there is no hidden motive. You are very welcome to help with development and get compensated for it by the Bisq DAO.


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What you're describing is something I understand to be a well established practice in the land of ICOs and premined altcoins. I've seen it called "salting the tip jar". It doesn't take much effort to go find high profile "cryptocurrencies" that premined and presold 72 million tokens than as soon as their presale ended their "CEO" paid himself out a million ...


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You've already made a post on reddit, made a thread on bitcointalk and added it to the wiki, but if you want to advertise it (as in paid advertising) then you can try the following sites: coinurl.com - banner and text advertising, fairly cheap bitads.net - you choose which sites you want to advertise on. can be quite cheap too a-ads.net - no account ...


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