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Soft Forks: Soft Forks Are MASSIVE Changes

Soft forks are MASSIVE changes. It takes a lot of tinkering to change protocol and lie to validating nodes.

Hard forks can be as small as a singular change in one line of code.

Why do BTC influencers tell you the opposite?

This chart is intended to confuse you!

Soft forks were foreign to Satoshi Nakamoto. He introduced the block size limit, but he also explained that it should be removed and upgraded by HARD FORK before the blocks got too full.



[PATCH] increase block size limit[PATCH] increase block size limit

Soft forks are a way for software devs to confuse users into thinking there are no changes. But HUGE changes have been made by soft fork to what is allegedly a hard money.

But guess what!

Hard money doesn't change.

Would gold be valuable if you could vote to change it?

Of course not!

And introducing a voting system into bitcoin via BIP, Soft Forks and Flag Day signaling is nothing but a sybil attack against bitcoin.

The thing they don't want you to know is that is also made BTC into a technocratic, oligarchical fiat currency.

Bitcoin is a fixed protocol; set in stone, unchangeable and outside of control.

When people changed the system, the system ceased to be bitcoin, and that's what they don't want you to know.

The resistance to these changes lives on as BSV.

You can learn more about BSV here.

Don't get confused. The truth is NOT a popularity contest.

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This post is based on this twitter thread.


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