Do you ever wonder if other people wonder what we are talking about?
Every industry (or community of enthusiasts) has specialized language (jargon or inside jokes?) that outsiders and newbies don't readily understand.
BCHers discussing topics in r/btc occasionally throw in references to "Core minions" or "Coreans" (supporters of the Bitcoin Core implementation who use the censored forum r/bitcoin, à la North Korea) or "champaign" (not-so-famously misspelled by the infamous dev Gregory Maxwell who celebrated the existence of a fee market for BTC):
Personally, I'm pulling out the champaign that market behaviour is indeed producing activity levels that can pay for security without inflation, and also producing fee paying backlogs needed to stabilize consensus progress as the subsidy declines. --Gregory Maxwell (Dec. 21, 2017)
This misspelling even inspired the creation of a silly reddit bot (u/champaignr) that helps you toast "champaign" whenever you're trying to spin something objectively bad as good like high fees and slow transaction times. In case you were wondering why nobody on r/btc knows how to spell champagne.
On a brighter note, did you know that "bitcoin" was added as a new word in the Merriam-Webster dictionary a couple of years ago? And, in 2018, it was recently announced that "bitcoin" has been added to the official Scrabble dictionary too.
 

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