Bitcoin Roller Coaster Guy

I wanted to know when it was time to post the Bitcoin rollercoaster gif on Reddit. So I made this.

I wanted to know when it was time to post the Bitcoin rollercoaster gif on Reddit. So I made this.
The title says it all.
Just a meme that fetches data from Coinmarketcap's API and refreshes its bull inclination accordingly.
This way we know when it's time to share our bullish memes.
Be aware, it also gets bearish!
https://isbtcbull.com
Ya like it? Spread the words and make Twitter laugh!

Creative process:
https://preview.redd.it/gmphy9sz7fs41.jpg?width=500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=8d04da048eee86e184932d2770269f1b64a5c251
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Here is another gif for the halving of the rollercoaster bitcoin in 3D

Here is another gif for the halving of the rollercoaster bitcoin in 3D submitted by teasider to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

03-12 20:25 - 'Why no rollercoaster meme?' (gif-finder.com) by /u/TBomberman removed from /r/Bitcoin within 21-31min

Why no rollercoaster meme?
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Author: TBomberman
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Where is that gif with a Bitcoin going down a rollercoaster?

Now's a good time to post it again
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What's the best Bitcoin subreddit that isnt just memes and the 'Bitcoin on a rollercoaster' gif constantly?

A good informative forum that doesn't allow imgur posts would be nice.
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What's the best Bitcoin subreddit that isnt just memes and the 'Bitcoin on a rollercoaster' gif constantly? /r/Bitcoin

What's the best Bitcoin subreddit that isnt just memes and the 'Bitcoin on a rollercoaster' gif constantly? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] What's the best Bitcoin subreddit that isnt just memes and the 'Bitcoin on a rollercoaster' gif c...

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The original post's content was as follows:
A good informative forum that doesn't allow imgur posts would be nice.
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Where are the rollercoaster gifs, I need my gifs to understand the growth we just made. /r/Bitcoin

Where are the rollercoaster gifs, I need my gifs to understand the growth we just made. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Where is that gif with a Bitcoin going down a rollercoaster? /r/Bitcoin

Where is that gif with a Bitcoin going down a rollercoaster? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Can someone add the Rollercoaster GIF so that we can use it directly from the database which Whatsapp uses? /r/Bitcoin

Can someone add the Rollercoaster GIF so that we can use it directly from the database which Whatsapp uses? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Suggestion:One of you geniuses make a gif of the bitcoin rollercoaster that automatically changes directions based on price then embed it in the header. /r/Bitcoin

Suggestion:One of you geniuses make a gif of the bitcoin rollercoaster that automatically changes directions based on price then embed it in the header. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin up 100% in 10 days. Rollercoaster.gif

Even though the price moved before I could add a large amount to my bitcoin holdings position, if we can get the last US Marshall auction out of the way that'd be greeaaaaaat.
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The thing I've never liked about the roller coaster meme is that it suggests the journey is preset, and the maximum height is predetermined.

The thing I've never liked about the roller coaster meme is that it suggests the journey is preset, and the maximum height is predetermined. submitted by BakersDozen to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Market Cycle: Headed Towards Point of Maximum Financial Opportunity

Author: CoinLive News Team Jun 18, 2018 at 12:47
(Click the link to visualize the article from the original source)
There are many venues one can venture when it comes to analyzing the state of affairs in a particular market. However, from a psychological perspective, it is human nature to see repetitive patterns play out over and over. In this article, we want to bring to the readers' attention the psychology behind a market cycle, how it tends to trick one's emotions, and what stage the crypto space might be at.

Understanding the Psychology of a Market Cycle

Credit goes to Karen Bennett, writer at cheatsheet.com, whose chart (below) on the psychology of a market cycle has become an absolute classic to explain the different emotional phases of any volatile market. The chart illustrates the type of feelings and sentiment traders and investors alike experience as the price fluctuates. These inevitable human emotions, coupled with market fundamentals, help to explain the price dynamics and what we should expect based on the type of emotional phase we project to be in.
In this article, we will attempt to draw some parallels between the chart of Bitcoin and the psychological cycles investors go through as described by Karen Bennett. Let's, first of all, explore the chart below and extract a few insights out of it. It is of cardinal importance to always be reminded that markets go through periods of expansion and contraction, which describes the times where the market alternates between trending in a defined direction and moving sideways. This phenomenon can be extrapolated to multiple facets of our lives (thermal, matter, solid, liquids...).
It is during the periods of most contraction that the majority of the market crowd will leave by selling their holding (weak-handed players) to those that are interested in buying to accumulate at what is perceived as attractive prices. The contraction of the market partly occurs due to the compressive effect of those strong-handed players absorbing selling orders.
![](https://coinlive.io/ckeditor_assets/pictures/1000/content_psychology_cycles.png)

Applying Market Cycle Psychology to Bitcoin & Market Cap

By comparing the psychology of market moves and its emotions to the rollercoaster seen in Bitcoin ever since its peak from its irrationally exuberant rally from Dec-Jan, we have taken the initiative to draw what we believe could be some common parallels that may provide some extra insights about the potential market phase we might be at, as perceived by market participants. In our opinion, a period of depression, which leads up to disbelief might be the most accurate terrain we find ourselves at this moment in time, especially after the harsh sell-off resumption seen ever since mid-May.
![](https://coinlive.io/ckeditor_assets/pictures/1003/content_btc01.png)
We can best define this period as the one that sees a consistent loss of hope, with investors no longer expecting a significant upward correction in the near future that may get them out of the deep hole they find themselves in. A significant portion of market participants give up on the idea that their capital has been wisely invested. We seem to have entered a phase where investors aim to save whatever funds left in desperation even if they realize that cutting the losses for whatever capital is left will still represent a major setback.
This phase leads to a potential paradigm shift in their belief about the underlying fundamentals that they first considered so disruptive, or they simply come to the realization that the only reason they invested was out of an adrenaline-led hype vs a proper understanding of the technology and its revolutionary consequences to advance society as we know it. This loss in the overall interest keeps prices at depressed levels, which tends to coincide, at times, with the lowest point in the current cycle.
Stable prices in a compressed range tend to follow, in what might be an arduous and torturous stage lasting quite some time before a new bullish trend re-emerges. Note how the ATR has been consistently compressing since the peak, which suggests we are gradually heading towards the compression phase and point of maximum financial opportunity.

Keep in Mind Return to the 'Mean'

Another critical component to understand is the term "return to the mean". Given that the price of Bitcoin is now way below the most widely followed moving averages (5, 100, 200-Daily Moving Average), one could apply the usefulness of drawing trending lines to estimate where the fair value or mean may be located. Note, different interpretations (lines drawn) should be considered.
By connecting the most number of highs /lows from various price sequences, we come up with at least 3 different trendlines that serve as an estimate to calculate where the market may perceive the mean or fair value of Bitcoin. No one can really tell whether the first green box is the one the market is paying most attention to (follow volumes for valuable tips). However, this exercise helps us determine, from a market cycle/mean reversion standpoint, that the range between $6.5k and $3k appears to be an area where a period of accumulation (perception of value) will most likely occur.
![](https://coinlive.io/ckeditor_assets/pictures/1005/content_btc02.png)
Mean reversion is extremely critical. Over a short span, the markets can behave in such an erratic manner, and anything can happen, however, when we scan the market conditions as part of an extended period of time, which may go from months to years - that's when statistics and certain patterns tend to more accurately play out, with 2 plus 2 more often than not equal 4. Performance that is well above average eventually reverts back to an equilibrium point as it no longer can defy gravity, while performance that is well below average has a tendency to improve.
At CoinLive we are always open for interpretations that can be logically explained and have a mathematical backing. We have been long endorsing the approach taken by the user of BitcoinTalk that goes by the name Trolololo and its logarithmic non-linear mean regression chart. According to the chart below, we might be closer to the upper edge of the $6.5k-$3k range, although as usual, a caveat applies. In the past, the price of Bitcoin has had a tendency to spend significant periods of time in an undervalued area below the mean reversion (red line).
![](https://coinlive.io/ckeditor_assets/pictures/1006/content_btc03.png)
The formula%2Fweeks)+-+8.81809) that utilizes can also be applied to the total crypto market capitalization (currently at $270b), which can be found below:
![103.23720 log((weeks since Friday, January 9, 2009/week) - 8.81809)](http://www4d.wolframalpha.com/Calculate/MSP/MSP131ei58i8420g3f1eh00005h2a3221h21b15i6?MSPStoreType=image/gif&s=37) = ![1.78×1011](http://www4d.wolframalpha.com/Calculate/MSP/MSP171ei58i8420g3f1eh00002icb526a8ff605ie?MSPStoreType=image/gif&s=37)
Twitter user @TommyWorldPower, a crypto influencer and Creator of @energicrypto, notes: "My observations of the market is that current fair value of market: $175B. Current growth rate ~150%/yr (decaying at 20%/yr, so next year would be ~120% growth). Thus, though we are overvalued now, we would reach fair market value in about 8 months at current valuation. I'm hodling."

What Can We Learn from the Analysis?

Some of the main takeaways from this analysis include:
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Eidoo v2.0.0 is out!!!

Eidoo v2.0.0 is out!!!

Eidoo Wallet App, v. 2.0.0.

A new version of the Eidoo App is live - an all-around platform to access and manage cryptocurrencies from zero to hero. For those who have not poked around with the app recently, below is a sneak peek of what you can find there:
  • super easy #Swipe2Swap feature, enabling users to purchase or exchange crypto assets with just a swipe. The blockchain industry is a rollercoaster and Eidoo arms you with the tools you need to enjoy the ride;

#Swipe2Swap
  • Improved version of the Bitcoin wallet, providing a unique place where to manage all crypto assets;
  • Exclusive access to unique opportunities such as Bitfinex’s LEO token and other Binance and Bitfinex -backed IEOs;
  • New feature to access digital assets via credit card and wire transfer. A simple gateway to the cryptocurrencies world for those who are new to it;
  • Support for multiple stablecoins backed by different underlying assets (USDT, Moneyfold’s fiat-backed tokens, Ekon’s gold-backed tokens) to enable portfolio diversification;
  • Improved version of the app - faster and more fluid! Including faster app launch, improved push notifications handling, new exchange descriptions and more.
Whether you are a hodler or a trader, Eidoo is there for you.
An all-around platform providing all the tools you need to enjoy the crypto rollercoaster as a pro!
More is coming. Shh, don’t tell anyone!


Join the wonderful world of Crypto now! Download the Eidoo app on your mobile or desktop device: iOS, Android and Desktop.
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The Bitcoin Community as a whole and the need for mutual respect

First off, let me state that even though I may support one side more than another, I tried to write this post from a neutral point of view. At times it may not seem like it, but that was my intent. I will be posting this to both subreddits and hoping that they will both consider my thoughts and try to have a little more respect toward each other. Also, I'm sure that these issues were pointed out long ago, but it doesn't look like they're subsiding anytime soon.
As 99% of you are aware of, the users at /btc and /bitcoin have very different views. These seemingly polar views have divided the community into two separate subreddits, However, are they really as different as we think they are?
I like to compare these differences to the Republican and Democratic parties in the United States. They're not too far apart on a political spectrum but their opinions differ vastly. You see, although they disagree on many topics such as abortion or gay rights, they would much rather live under a state controlled by the opposing political party as opposed to a regime like North Korea's or in a place with no laws. For us, this is pretty similar, as most cryptocurrencies are used as a replacement to fiat.

Mutual Respect

Right now, it's a terrible time to join the bitcoin community. Insults are being thrown from each side I may dislike it, but there is nothing I can do to stop it alone. However, change comes with individuals who are willing to accept it.
Like politics, the discussion of Segwit and the blocksize has turned into a shitstorm of mudslinging. Both subreddits are guilty of these antics and are slowly turning Bitcoin into a toxic place for newcomers. A lot of members of /cryptocurrency also express their disdain toward the Bitcoin subreddits due to all the negative drama going on, and rightly so.
As Bitcoiners, I feel that we should all respect each other despite our differences. We all support Bitcoin in one way or another. We're all here for a similar reason, and that is to ensure that Bitcoin stays in this world for the long term and maybe someday, it'll overtake a fiat currency.
So next time, instead of name calling or insulting somebody who supports a different view than you, think about what you have in common. Think that there is another person on their computer with actual feelings. There are ways to have polite discussions or debates without resorting to insults.

Interpretation

Like many other situations, interactions between members of the bitcoin communities can be interpreted differently. For example, if somebody posted the wrong rollercoaster gif on /btc, they can easily be downvoted to oblivion. An example on /bitcoin would be that if somebody said they were holding on to one specific coin when in reality they support Bitcoin core and just bought into the other one as a short term investment. They may be downvoted as well with no explanation, or in severe cases their post may even be removed.
Interpretation applies heavily to the new members of the Bitcoin community. They're new to the whole concept and may have been fed misinformation by whoever introduced them. They may be here because they're looking for free money. They may be here because of the Media. They may be new to this Subreddit but a seasoned veteran in the other. The point still stands that you don't know what they've went through and their whole story. Before jumping on somebody and calling them an idiot for supporting "the wrong bitcoin" or being a "paid shill", take a look through their post history. You may find that there might be more to the story.

Newcomers

When it comes to newcomers, there are 3 that come to mind for me.
  1. Newcomers to Bitcoin in general
  2. Newcomers to the other Subreddit
  3. Newcomers to Reddit

1. Newcomers to Bitcoin

People are referred to bitcoin in a variety of ways. The news, youtube videos, family, and friends are all ways that people get into bitcoin.
Some of these newcomers may think that Bitcoin is a ponzi scheme. That's completely fine, but it seems that too many of these newcomers get downvoted and laughed at for legitimate questions.
I will delve deeper into this in the Propaganda part of my post, but these newcomers often don't get the whole story. They may be clueless and not know what a chain split is. I think that educating these newcomers completely is important, but then again, it feels that both /btc and /bitcoin are more interested in rallying support for their side.

2. Newcomers to the other Subreddit

Be sensitive when it comes to people coming from the other subreddit to check it out rather than to troll. Tread carefully and talk to them more rather than downvoting them and attacking them for their beliefs. You may find that you have more in common than you think. Differentiating between a troll and a clueless newcomer may be difficult, but take your time and be patient.
For example, let's say that somebody grew up in a very conservative Christian family in a small town in Texas. Eventually they move out and encounter many gay people and despise them. They may call them derogatory terms and insult them. Maybe that person can be swayed, to change their opinion on the matter. Maybe eventually, his best friend will be a gay man, or perhaps he's gay himself but suppressed his feelings due to his parents. Or maybe that person will be stubborn and stick with the information his parents fed him. It's hard, but instead of hating them, you should try to talk to them, or relate.

3. Newcomers to Reddit

Reddit accounts are easy to create, that's undeniable. There will always be people creating multiple accounts looking to troll. However, one thing that should come to mind is benefit of the doubt. If somebody claims to own 20,000 bitcoins they bought in 2010, ask them to sign a message instead of immediately calling them a fake.
This type of behavior is more prevalent in /bitcoin, due to the fact that their flair shows how long they've been a Redditor for. The majority of new accounts on /Bitcoin or /btc may be trolls, but the few that may not be are the ones that make it worth talking to.

Propaganda

Unfortunately, we are in what seems to be a state of war and propaganda is one of the most influential ways to convince someone to support one side over another. Misinformation is spread throughout both Subreddits by users hoping to convince newcomers to join their side.
I personally don't support propaganda and would rather be able to see both sides of the arguments, but as of now it doesn't seem possible. It's like if the United States took the website 'www.government.com' and censored anything relating to communism. Meanwhile, China took 'www.gov.com' and promotes communism while disliking every post made by someone who supports democracy. Where is the middle ground? Unfortunately on Reddit, we don't have a "middle ground". Whoever snatches up the first subreddit gets it and there is nothing we can really do about it. I would love for /bitcoin to be a place where neutral people discuss their thoughts and /bitcoinsegwit and /bitcoin8mb can be for those who support different views. However, this will never happen and we have to deal with it.

Trolls / Derogatory Terms / Freedom of Speech

There are lots of trolls in the Bitcoin community. There will always be trolls on the internet whether we like it or not. Both /bitcoin and /btc have different ways of dealing with the trolls, but the fact remains that trolls exist even after other trolls are dealt with.
To all you trolls out there, the ones that go into the opposing subreddit and insult others, I have a question for you. Why? You can try to justify your behavior by saying that you're trying to open the eyes of the censored individuals or that you're helping newcomers by preventing them from investing in the wrong coin that you believe is going to 0. However, using derogatory terms is disrespectful. Is it too much to ask to use proper or neutral terms for the opposing side's coin? It's not like you have to call the other coin the "true bitcoin", just use a name acceptable by them instead of purposely triggering them by using names that are deemed unsatisfactory by the other side.
As for derogatory terms used on their own subreddit, I dislike it for sure. However, there is really no way to stop it from happening unless we all come together as a whole and condemn it. I personally consider these terms to be like the n-word, as they can be interpreted as hate speech. However, everyone sees things differently and when it comes to freedom of speech, anything goes.
There should always be room for open discussion. Right now, both subreddits are guilty of suppressing opinions to some extent, whether it is by downvoting or removing posts. In one subreddit the members have more power while in the other one the moderators do.I wish that there was a neutral place to discuss these issues respectfully, but it doesn't seem like it will be on Reddit.

Conclusion

So, if you have read through this whole wall of text, I commend you. Whether you choose to change your current behavior or not is something completely up to you,
Maybe this will reach the front page of both Subreddits. Or maybe this will be downvoted and be a lost part of the sea of hatred. Or maybe it'll even be removed. I have no idea what the reception to this post will be. But the important part to me is that I expressed my true feeling. You may call me oversensitive, a social justice warrior, or even a shill if that's how you feel. And I'm completely fine with it. The important part is that this was something that I needed to get out of my mind and onto the Internet. And maybe, just maybe, I can help to influence change throughout the community.
/btc and /bitcoin, we are family no matter how different we may be. We all stemmed off of a simple concept that somehow a digital currency would replace the fiat currency we've used for our whole lives. We started together and even though we're in different places now, we should still treat each other like family, and respect each other.
Edit: Side note: I am a new Bitcoin holder and don't know much about the rivalry and history between /bitcoin and /btc. However, I do have an understanding of peaceful discussion and hope that one day that we'll be able to have civilized discussions. I won't be responding to any of the comments to try to promote neutrality and not express my personal opinion.
submitted by FCatarina to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The Bitcoin Community as a whole and the need for mutual respect

First off, let me state that even though I may support one side more than another, I tried to write this post from a neutral point of view. At times it may not seem like it, but that was my intent. I will be posting this to both subreddits and hoping that they will both consider my thoughts and try to have a little more respect toward each other. Also, I'm sure that these issues were pointed out long ago, but it doesn't look like they're subsiding anytime soon.
As 99% of you are aware of, the users at /btc and /bitcoin have very different views. These seemingly polar views have divided the community into two separate subreddits, However, are they really as different as we think they are?
I like to compare these differences to the Republican and Democratic parties in the United States. They're not too far apart on a political spectrum but their opinions differ vastly. You see, although they disagree on many topics such as abortion or gay rights, they would much rather live under a state controlled by the opposing political party as opposed to a regime like North Korea's or in a place with no laws. For us, this is pretty similar, as most cryptocurrencies are used as a replacement to fiat.

Mutual Respect

Right now, it's a terrible time to join the bitcoin community. Insults are being thrown from each side I may dislike it, but there is nothing I can do to stop it alone. However, change comes with individuals who are willing to accept it.
Like politics, the discussion of Segwit and the blocksize has turned into a shitstorm of mudslinging. Both subreddits are guilty of these antics and are slowly turning Bitcoin into a toxic place for newcomers. A lot of members of /cryptocurrency also express their disdain toward the Bitcoin subreddits due to all the negative drama going on, and rightly so.
As Bitcoiners, I feel that we should all respect each other despite our differences. We all support Bitcoin in one way or another. We're all here for a similar reason, and that is to ensure that Bitcoin stays in this world for the long term and maybe someday, it'll overtake a fiat currency.
So next time, instead of name calling or insulting somebody who supports a different view than you, think about what you have in common. Think that there is another person on their computer with actual feelings. There are ways to have polite discussions or debates without resorting to insults.

Interpretation

Like many other situations, interactions between members of the bitcoin communities can be interpreted differently. For example, if somebody posted the wrong rollercoaster gif on /btc, they can easily be downvoted to oblivion. An example on /bitcoin would be that if somebody said they were holding on to one specific coin when in reality they support Bitcoin core and just bought into the other one as a short term investment. They may be downvoted as well with no explanation, or in severe cases their post may even be removed.
Interpretation applies heavily to the new members of the Bitcoin community. They're new to the whole concept and may have been fed misinformation by whoever introduced them. They may be here because they're looking for free money. They may be here because of the Media. They may be new to this Subreddit but a seasoned veteran in the other. The point still stands that you don't know what they've went through and their whole story. Before jumping on somebody and calling them an idiot for supporting "the wrong bitcoin" or being a "paid shill", take a look through their post history. You may find that there might be more to the story.

Newcomers

When it comes to newcomers, there are 3 that come to mind for me.
  1. Newcomers to Bitcoin in general
  2. Newcomers to the other Subreddit
  3. Newcomers to Reddit

1. Newcomers to Bitcoin

People are referred to bitcoin in a variety of ways. The news, youtube videos, family, and friends are all ways that people get into bitcoin.
Some of these newcomers may think that Bitcoin is a ponzi scheme. That's completely fine, but it seems that too many of these newcomers get downvoted and laughed at for legitimate questions.
I will delve deeper into this in the Propaganda part of my post, but these newcomers often don't get the whole story. They may be clueless and not know what a chain split is. I think that educating these newcomers completely is important, but then again, it feels that both /btc and /bitcoin are more interested in rallying support for their side.

2. Newcomers to the other Subreddit

Be sensitive when it comes to people coming from the other subreddit to check it out rather than to troll. Tread carefully and talk to them more rather than downvoting them and attacking them for their beliefs. You may find that you have more in common than you think. Differentiating between a troll and a clueless newcomer may be difficult, but take your time and be patient.
For example, let's say that somebody grew up in a very conservative Christian family in a small town in Texas. Eventually they move out and encounter many gay people and despise them. They may call them derogatory terms and insult them. Maybe that person can be swayed, to change their opinion on the matter. Maybe eventually, his best friend will be a gay man, or perhaps he's gay himself but suppressed his feelings due to his parents. Or maybe that person will be stubborn and stick with the information his parents fed him. It's hard, but instead of hating them, you should try to talk to them, or relate.

3. Newcomers to Reddit

Reddit accounts are easy to create, that's undeniable. There will always be people creating multiple accounts looking to troll. However, one thing that should come to mind is benefit of the doubt. If somebody claims to own 20,000 bitcoins they bought in 2010, ask them to sign a message instead of immediately calling them a fake.
This type of behavior is more prevalent in /bitcoin, due to the fact that their flair shows how long they've been a Redditor for. The majority of new accounts on /Bitcoin or /btc may be trolls, but the few that may not be are the ones that make it worth talking to.

Propaganda

Unfortunately, we are in what seems to be a state of war and propaganda is one of the most influential ways to convince someone to support one side over another. Misinformation is spread throughout both Subreddits by users hoping to convince newcomers to join their side.
I personally don't support propaganda and would rather be able to see both sides of the arguments, but as of now it doesn't seem possible. It's like if the United States took the website 'www.government.com' and censored anything relating to communism. Meanwhile, China took 'www.gov.com' and promotes communism while disliking every post made by someone who supports democracy. Where is the middle ground? Unfortunately on Reddit, we don't have a "middle ground". Whoever snatches up the first subreddit gets it and there is nothing we can really do about it. I would love for /bitcoin to be a place where neutral people discuss their thoughts and /bitcoinsegwit and /bitcoin8mb can be for those who support different views. However, this will never happen and we have to deal with it.

Trolls / Derogatory Terms / Freedom of Speech

There are lots of trolls in the Bitcoin community. There will always be trolls on the internet whether we like it or not. Both /bitcoin and /btc have different ways of dealing with the trolls, but the fact remains that trolls exist even after other trolls are dealt with.
To all you trolls out there, the ones that go into the opposing subreddit and insult others, I have a question for you. Why? You can try to justify your behavior by saying that you're trying to open the eyes of the censored individuals or that you're helping newcomers by preventing them from investing in the wrong coin that you believe is going to 0. However, using derogatory terms is disrespectful. Is it too much to ask to use proper or neutral terms for the opposing side's coin? It's not like you have to call the other coin the "true bitcoin", just use a name acceptable by them instead of purposely triggering them by using names that are deemed unsatisfactory by the other side.
As for derogatory terms used on their own subreddit, I dislike it for sure. However, there is really no way to stop it from happening unless we all come together as a whole and condemn it. I personally consider these terms to be like the n-word, as they can be interpreted as hate speech. However, everyone sees things differently and when it comes to freedom of speech, anything goes.
There should always be room for open discussion. Right now, both subreddits are guilty of suppressing opinions to some extent, whether it is by downvoting or removing posts. In one subreddit the members have more power while in the other one the moderators do.I wish that there was a neutral place to discuss these issues respectfully, but it doesn't seem like it will be on Reddit.

Conclusion

So, if you have read through this whole wall of text, I commend you. Whether you choose to change your current behavior or not is something completely up to you,
Maybe this will reach the front page of both Subreddits. Or maybe this will be downvoted and be a lost part of the sea of hatred. Or maybe it'll even be removed. I have no idea what the reception to this post will be. But the important part to me is that I expressed my true feeling. You may call me oversensitive, a social justice warrior, or even a shill if that's how you feel. And I'm completely fine with it. The important part is that this was something that I needed to get out of my mind and onto the Internet. And maybe, just maybe, I can help to influence change throughout the community.
/btc and /bitcoin, we are family no matter how different we may be. We all stemmed off of a simple concept that somehow a digital currency would replace the fiat currency we've used for our whole lives. We started together and even though we're in different places now, we should still treat each other like family, and respect each other.
Edit: Side note: I am a new Bitcoin holder and don't know much about the rivalry and history between /bitcoin and /btc. However, I do have an understanding of peaceful discussion and hope that one day that we'll be able to have civilized discussions. I won't be responding to any of the comments to try to promote neutrality and not express my personal opinion.
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Is the turmoil gone or not

Well good to see price going up in last few days, but is the turmoil gone, or is it some big attack (e.g. 51%) in disguise?
I'm new to bitcoin. Only started to earn and spend in btc recently (also buying). Watching rollercoaster in the price(and also those, sorry, stupid gifs here) makes me a bit scared.
Any comment appreciated.
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[Discussion] Just listened to interesting podcast ep with /u/FluffyPonyZA - Cryptoscam

Dunno how many of you listen to the cryptoscam podcast, but there's an episode with fluffyponyza where they discuss Dash.
In this episode and in episode 1 where they talk about bitcoin, they make the argument that the vast majority of the money going into BTC is speculative, but the fact that there is actually a use case for bitcoin is the thing that will ensure it's survival.
The use cases they mention for bitcoin are: 1) transferring money across borders, 2) purchasing goods and services that are deemed illegal by the local government. 3) Dodging taxes. 4) Gambling.
If this is true, then isn't Monero objectively better at all of these things than bitcoin?
I wonder what the argument is from the bitcoin maximalist crowd in the value of bitcoin over monero given the stated use cases above?
Hopefully Fluffy Pony can do the future Cryptoscam episode on Monero, and it would be cool if they could get Chris Derose on as a third guest to defend Bitcoin in this argument. Not sure if anyone here knows the host, but if you do, pass this message along!
Sorry if this is a weird post for the thread, but I think it's valuable if we discuss the actual real-world use cases for crypto instead of all rollercoaster gifs.
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The Bitcoin Community as a whole and the need for mutual respect (Basis post of this Subreddit)

First off, let me state that even though I may support one side more than another, I tried to write this post from a neutral point of view. At times it may not seem like it, but that was my intent. I will be posting this to both subreddits and hoping that they will both consider my thoughts and try to have a little more respect toward each other. Also, I'm sure that these issues were pointed out long ago, but it doesn't look like they're subsiding anytime soon.
As 99% of you are aware of, the users at /btc and /bitcoin have very different views. These seemingly polar views have divided the community into two separate subreddits, However, are they really as different as we think they are?
I like to compare these differences to the Republican and Democratic parties in the United States. They're not too far apart on a political spectrum but their opinions differ vastly. You see, although they disagree on many topics such as abortion or gay rights, they would much rather live under a state controlled by the opposing political party as opposed to a regime like North Korea's or in a place with no laws. For us, this is pretty similar, as most cryptocurrencies are used as a replacement to fiat.

Mutual Respect

Right now, it's a terrible time to join the bitcoin community. Insults are being thrown from each side I may dislike it, but there is nothing I can do to stop it alone. However, change comes with individuals who are willing to accept it.
Like politics, the discussion of Segwit and the blocksize has turned into a shitstorm of mudslinging. Both subreddits are guilty of these antics and are slowly turning Bitcoin into a toxic place for newcomers. A lot of members of /cryptocurrency also express their disdain toward the Bitcoin subreddits due to all the negative drama going on, and rightly so.
As Bitcoiners, I feel that we should all respect each other despite our differences. We all support Bitcoin in one way or another. We're all here for a similar reason, and that is to ensure that Bitcoin stays in this world for the long term and maybe someday, it'll overtake a fiat currency.
So next time, instead of name calling or insulting somebody who supports a different view than you, think about what you have in common. Think that there is another person on their computer with actual feelings. There are ways to have polite discussions or debates without resorting to insults.

Interpretation

Like many other situations, interactions between members of the bitcoin communities can be interpreted differently. For example, if somebody posted the wrong rollercoaster gif on /btc, they can easily be downvoted to oblivion. An example on /bitcoin would be that if somebody said they were holding on to one specific coin when in reality they support Bitcoin core and just bought into the other one as a short term investment. They may be downvoted as well with no explanation, or in severe cases their post may even be removed.
Interpretation applies heavily to the new members of the Bitcoin community. They're new to the whole concept and may have been fed misinformation by whoever introduced them. They may be here because they're looking for free money. They may be here because of the Media. They may be new to this Subreddit but a seasoned veteran in the other. The point still stands that you don't know what they've went through and their whole story. Before jumping on somebody and calling them an idiot for supporting "the wrong bitcoin" or being a "paid shill", take a look through their post history. You may find that there might be more to the story.

Newcomers

When it comes to newcomers, there are 3 that come to mind for me.
  1. Newcomers to Bitcoin in general
  2. Newcomers to the other Subreddit
  3. Newcomers to Reddit

1. Newcomers to Bitcoin

People are referred to bitcoin in a variety of ways. The news, youtube videos, family, and friends are all ways that people get into bitcoin.
Some of these newcomers may think that Bitcoin is a ponzi scheme. That's completely fine, but it seems that too many of these newcomers get downvoted and laughed at for legitimate questions.
I will delve deeper into this in the Propaganda part of my post, but these newcomers often don't get the whole story. They may be clueless and not know what a chain split is. I think that educating these newcomers completely is important, but then again, it feels that both /btc and /bitcoin are more interested in rallying support for their side.

2. Newcomers to the other Subreddit

Be sensitive when it comes to people coming from the other subreddit to check it out rather than to troll. Tread carefully and talk to them more rather than downvoting them and attacking them for their beliefs. You may find that you have more in common than you think. Differentiating between a troll and a clueless newcomer may be difficult, but take your time and be patient.
For example, let's say that somebody grew up in a very conservative Christian family in a small town in Texas. Eventually they move out and encounter many gay people and despise them. They may call them derogatory terms and insult them. Maybe that person can be swayed, to change their opinion on the matter. Maybe eventually, his best friend will be a gay man, or perhaps he's gay himself but suppressed his feelings due to his parents. Or maybe that person will be stubborn and stick with the information his parents fed him. It's hard, but instead of hating them, you should try to talk to them, or relate.

3. Newcomers to Reddit

Reddit accounts are easy to create, that's undeniable. There will always be people creating multiple accounts looking to troll. However, one thing that should come to mind is benefit of the doubt. If somebody claims to own 20,000 bitcoins they bought in 2010, ask them to sign a message instead of immediately calling them a fake.
This type of behavior is more prevalent in /bitcoin, due to the fact that their flair shows how long they've been a Redditor for. The majority of new accounts on /Bitcoin or /btc may be trolls, but the few that may not be are the ones that make it worth talking to.

Propaganda

Unfortunately, we are in what seems to be a state of war and propaganda is one of the most influential ways to convince someone to support one side over another. Misinformation is spread throughout both Subreddits by users hoping to convince newcomers to join their side.
I personally don't support propaganda and would rather be able to see both sides of the arguments, but as of now it doesn't seem possible. It's like if the United States took the website 'www.government.com' and censored anything relating to communism. Meanwhile, China took 'www.gov.com' and promotes communism while disliking every post made by someone who supports democracy. Where is the middle ground? Unfortunately on Reddit, we don't have a "middle ground". Whoever snatches up the first subreddit gets it and there is nothing we can really do about it. I would love for /bitcoin to be a place where neutral people discuss their thoughts and /bitcoinsegwit and /bitcoin8mb can be for those who support different views. However, this will never happen and we have to deal with it.

Trolls / Derogatory Terms / Freedom of Speech

There are lots of trolls in the Bitcoin community. There will always be trolls on the internet whether we like it or not. Both /bitcoin and /btc have different ways of dealing with the trolls, but the fact remains that trolls exist even after other trolls are dealt with.
To all you trolls out there, the ones that go into the opposing subreddit and insult others, I have a question for you. Why? You can try to justify your behavior by saying that you're trying to open the eyes of the censored individuals or that you're helping newcomers by preventing them from investing in the wrong coin that you believe is going to 0. However, using derogatory terms is disrespectful. Is it too much to ask to use proper or neutral terms for the opposing side's coin? It's not like you have to call the other coin the "true bitcoin", just use a name acceptable by them instead of purposely triggering them by using names that are deemed unsatisfactory by the other side.
As for derogatory terms used on their own subreddit, I dislike it for sure. However, there is really no way to stop it from happening unless we all come together as a whole and condemn it. I personally consider these terms to be like the n-word, as they can be interpreted as hate speech. However, everyone sees things differently and when it comes to freedom of speech, anything goes.
There should always be room for open discussion. Right now, both subreddits are guilty of suppressing opinions to some extent, whether it is by downvoting or removing posts. In one subreddit the members have more power while in the other one the moderators do.I wish that there was a neutral place to discuss these issues respectfully, but it doesn't seem like it will be on Reddit.

Conclusion

So, if you have read through this whole wall of text, I commend you. Whether you choose to change your current behavior or not is something completely up to you,
Maybe this will reach the front page of both Subreddits. Or maybe this will be downvoted and be a lost part of the sea of hatred. Or maybe it'll even be removed. I have no idea what the reception to this post will be. But the important part to me is that I expressed my true feeling. You may call me oversensitive, a social justice warrior, or even a shill if that's how you feel. And I'm completely fine with it. The important part is that this was something that I needed to get out of my mind and onto the Internet. And maybe, just maybe, I can help to influence change throughout the community.
/btc and /bitcoin, we are family no matter how different we may be. We all stemmed off of a simple concept that somehow a digital currency would replace the fiat currency we've used for our whole lives. We started together and even though we're in different places now, we should still treat each other like family, and respect each other.
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