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    Question BSV guide

    Hi everyone,

    I'm keen on BSV crypto currency and I'm looking for a list of games to play with bitcoin BSV.
    I knoe the transaction speed with BSV is much higher than others and I would like to test it.

    thanks in advance,

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    Have a look at the following site:

    (https:// bsvdevs (dotcom)/index.php/gambling

    It's got a number of different Bitcoin games listed for you there.

    Just keep in mind that there are certain prohibitions for game play put in place for specific countries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cash Bonus View Post
    Have a look at the following site:

    (https:// bsvdevs (dotcom)/index.php/gambling

    It's got a number of different Bitcoin games listed for you there.

    Just keep in mind that there are certain prohibitions for game play put in place for specific countries.

    Thank you "Cash Bonus" for the bsv game list . There are 2 games that I don't know in that list.

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    https://www.coindesk.com/bsv-suffers-51-attack-report

    This is probably the end of this bs. This shows how important is decentralisation. How important is hashrate.
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    Hm, why was the BSV price unaffected by this?

    https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin-sv/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strider1973 View Post
    Hm, why was the BSV price unaffected by this?

    https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin-sv/

    I looked late last night and was wondering the same exact thing... I was expecting it to have tanked in value...?

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    {It was affected. It gained less than other shtcoins around.}

    But yes, I was also wondering why generally after 51% attacks the currency is not done at the second.

    IIRC the first or one of first coins that was 51ed was something called Auroracoin and it was maybe 10 years ago? ANd that was the end for it.

    But times changed! Nowadays those underhashrated&attacked coins just drift away from average crypto appreciation slowly and not even always. Again, I am lazy to google so correct me if I am wrong: ETC was 51%ed and is losing value, but it had a bright spot few months ago. Even more crazy is BTG case which was also 51ed but it gained AFTER incredibly because of crazy Koreans who decided to buy it.

    Still I think this is the end for those coins. While at the same moment it shows how totally fcked up is our society, where zombies and zombie ideas can live even for decades. (Complete change of topic, but https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...iban-us-troops this article really is interesting; how we all are able to pretend for decades that something unreal is real nowadays).

    Just look at the GME, Hertz and those bankrupted companies that against all sanity are/were alive and even gaining. It is the same case.

    So I was wondering the same thing. How the zombie coins (attacked or even abandoned by devs like BCD) can not only survive but sometimes gain. It is simply a reality. It is an attack at our brain, at our sanity as everything else around. When a nonsense is perceived as reality, everything is becoming a bad trip and hallucinacions or conspiracies naturally emerge, because we have to believe in something. It is all madness.
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