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    Is this the part where I just shout “Bitcoin Cash” and then run away? ;)

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      Have fun getting (and keeping) the chain on a new node.

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        The difficulty adjusts every two weeks or so in order to fix the rate to (an average of) 6 blocks per hour.

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        When a user receives money – which humans usually receive monthly as wages/salaries – they need to deposit it into the layer 2 system, in order for it to be available within it.

        This assumption doesn’t make any sense. People would presumably be paid in the layer-two system. The whole point of protocols like lightning is that you only need the blockchain in the case of a system failure of malicious actor. As the price of using the layer-1 protocol rises, layer-2 participants would work on reducing the failure probability and the need for fall-through to layer 1.