12 months and the core security of DigiByte still isn’t fixed

DigiByte had approx 0.06 to 0.07% of the global SHA256 hashrate at the time
A proposal to replace algorithms on DigiByte
He’s also dumb enough to think he can see a double-spend attempt happening before it does
His math is askew, as is his understanding of how double-spends work
Hard data seems a reasonable ask? In fact, the example is in the document
And this is where it breaks down, he’s delusional. Also, this hasn’t tapped 6 months energy, he’s so full of shit

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