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1  Economy / Scam Accusations / [Warning] Prepaidify.com is likely a scam. ANN Locked as soon as it was Posted on: July 11, 2024, 11:36:07 PM
What happened: DanielHenderson posted an announcement advertising Prepaidify.com which is has a lot of people complaining about it. Its evident that the OP did not want any people posting their ugly experience in the topic

Their subreddit has been banned


and their trustpilot profile was also removed or something like that


Here is the archived version, you can clearly see the negative reviews
https://web.archive.org/web/20230628091908/www.trustpilot.com/review/prepaidify.com

More negative reviews
1. https://cryptwerk.com/company/prepaidify/

Scammers Profile Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3642583

Reference Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5502728.0
Archive: https://ninjastic.space/topic/5502728
Scam website: Prepaidify.com
Archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20240613122426/https://prepaidify.com/

2  Other / Meta / Trust Flag bug? on: July 07, 2024, 11:29:47 PM
This member is not on DT according to my understanding, but one of the flags he opened with no support from any other DT member is active (though it should be inactive due to insufficient support). Can someone please help point out what's going on?


I am not disputing the flag. I am just pointing out an anomaly that could be with other flags we haven't discovered yet.
3  Other / Meta / Is selling a script of a service that was taken down by Law Enforcement Ok? on: May 18, 2024, 08:22:33 PM
Following the mixer ban, if I understand the new rules well, any darknet service that the LE has seized, shutdown or sanctioned is not allowed to advertise or announce in this forum.

How about a case of a user advertising a script of a dark market service that was shutdown by law enforcement some time back? Is it against the forum rules

Here is an example;

Alphabay market was shutdown by law enforcement some years back, but then someone is trying to sell the script (might also not be the real script and is trying to scam). Where does such a user fall?
4  Other / Meta / Long codes messing up the post history appearance. Solutions? on: April 14, 2024, 09:47:36 PM
Long codes are easily fit in a code box with left to right scroll buttons, and this makes the whole thread neat in the default Bitcointalk pages. However, if you check the post history of a user who recently posted a long code, it's a completely different story where the entire page is stretched based on the length of the code.

Why aren't the long codes in the post history displayed in the same way they appear in threads?

Example:
1. My post containing a long code - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5492490.0 (Very neat)
2. My post history containing one of the posts with a long code - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1247226;sa=showPosts (Very messy)
5  Economy / Scam Accusations / Fake Malicious script to "double spend" BTC (please help decode the script) on: April 11, 2024, 11:46:26 PM
What happened: shunato8 claims you can make $1,000 from Bitcoin casinos / sportsbook sites by running a script on Tampermonkey that can "double spend" bitcoin even after one confirmation. Obviously this is not true

The script is probably malicious and might just steal funds from your wallet

Scammers Profile Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3622803

Reference Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5492483.0
Archived: https://ninjastic.space/post/63933509

Additional Notes:
All his topics are also closed, which is suspicious.

Help is needed to decode the script for those who have some knowledge about code. I want to use it as evidence to report his google drive account.

PLEASE, THE SCRIPT IS MOST LIKELY MALICIOUS. DO NOT COPY, PASTE OR RUN IT IF YOU HAVE NO IDEA

Code:
// ==UserScript==
// @name         Blockchain RBF
// @namespace    Blockchain RBF
// @version      1.02
// @description  Automatically double-spend a transaction in blockchain.com wallet once it gets one confirmation
// @author       Hadez
// @match        *://*/*
// @icon         https://www.google.com/s2/favicons?sz=64&domain=blockchain.com
// @grant        none
// ==/UserScript==
 
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6  Other / Meta / Is the Merit circulation on a downtrend yet Bitcoin is on an uptrend? on: March 21, 2024, 11:40:51 PM
Is merit spending becoming more and more scarce lately?

I couldn't surely be the only one noticing this. Most of the time, I find posts worth meriting, but I can't, because in most cases I have zero sMerits, something that was rare to me in the past. I know about reporting them to some threads, but it gets tiring if I can't even have 1 sMerit every other time I see a post.

Not that I am a perfect merit earner or poster. I am just an average member and from this perspective, to me, it seems there has either been;
A. Depletion of spendable merits among members like me due to low merit circulation.
B. A drop in the number of active merit sources.
C. A drop in forum activity.

Could some folks please help us with the stats? @LoyceV, @DdmrDdmr @tranthidung

Theymos could you please look into this? I don't remember the last time you approved new merit sources.

7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Why does Antpool seem to mine much higher number of empty blocks? on: February 02, 2024, 10:39:10 PM
According to this, Antpool is the second-largest mining pool after Foundry USA based on the number of blocks mined in the Last one year



But for some reason, Antpool has the highest number of empty blocks, while Foundry USA has none in the last one year. What is Foundry USA doing that Antpool is not doing?

8  Economy / Scam Accusations / Flag reference for CryptoCraftsMan(UID = 3592888) on: December 14, 2023, 11:39:35 PM
What happened: CryptoCraftsMan claims to know a scheme where one can earn more than 40% of their deposit per day. This is definitely too good to be true and probably scam

This topic serves a reference for a flag going to be created against his profile

Scammers Profile Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3592888

Reference Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5477661.msg63315434#msg63315434
Archived: https://ninjastic.space/post/63315434

Additional Notes:
A scheme making a guaranteed more than 40% per day of one's deposit is unsustainable and a lie. Do not deal with the user.

Flag: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;flag=3258
9  Economy / Service Discussion / Any alternative Bitcoin transaction accelerators to viaBTC? on: November 15, 2023, 11:58:35 PM
ViaBTC offers 100 Free hourly slots for transactions they can help to accelerate if they meet the requirements but this get used up in just 3 minutes lately  Grin

Can anyone recommend any good free alternative transaction accelerator to viaBTC that they know?

We are looking at real transaction accelerators and not transaction rebroadcasters.

10  Economy / Scam Accusations / Flag reference for shapetwist (UID = 540079) Bought Account on: September 28, 2023, 11:58:19 PM
Account shapetwist woke up after a long hiatus and started making random IA generated image posts while advertising a shitcoin [ANN] $APX | AstroPepeX | 1st token fully created by AI
Probably trying to trap newbies and guest users into buying his shitcoin

The person behind the account confessed to buying the account recently

Stunna, I'm coming for you.
A loan defaulter whose account just woke up today to post a bunch of useless AI generated images after a 6 year break?
You must really be so deluded.

Wake up idiot, I just bought the account.

Account traders can not be trusted.


The account also has a history of defaulting a loan, therefore this topic serves as a reference for a newbie/guest flag I am creating against the profile
11  Economy / Service Discussion / MEXC, insanely low trading fees. How are these guys making money? on: August 09, 2023, 09:24:17 PM
I have used MEXC sometimes because they seem to be so quick on listing derivatives of shitcoins which are so sweet to short at times after the pump, but to be honest I even fear depositing money on that exchange. I just deposit what I can afford to lose.

Now, the exchange has insanely low trading fees compared to other players on the market, which makes me wonder how they manage to stay afloat

Spot
Maker: 0.000%   Taker: 0.000%

Futures
Maker: 0.000%   Taker: 0.010%

This is way below even what the likes of bitmex and Bybit used to offer back in the day before they also changed their fee structures, probably due to little  profits

For example, Bitmex used to offer in futures trading; Maker: -0.025% (they would actually pay you -0.025%) and Taker 0.075%. Despite the maker rebate, the taker fee was so high, so it would cover for the maker rebates. Same with bybit, but they ended up scrapping off the rebates.

I don't know why, but I smell something fishy. Could the exchange also be chipping in to trade against their traders in order to make money? After all, they have all the data of the long and short positions especially with the shitcoin futures that are not listed anywhere else... right?
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / What are the effects of lowering the average Bitcoin block confirmation time? on: May 09, 2023, 11:52:55 PM
I don't know if this has been discussed before, However let me ask here for some clarity.

Given the current overload of the mempool with around 400K unconfirmed transactions. A scenario came up in my mind where there are over 200K transactions being broadcasted in the network per hour due to an increase in adoption with different Countries using it as recognized payment method. The ~4K transactions per block which get confirmed approx every 10 minutes currently wouldn't help that much in such a scenario.

Apart from the purging of low fee transactions from the mempool, would reducing the average block confirmation time help clear up the mempool and try to keep the average transaction fees lower?

Do you think such a thing can be implemented in the current situation where Ordinals are messing up the network big time?

What are the negative effects of lowering the average block confirmation time?
13  Economy / Gambling discussion / Premier League clubs agree to withdraw gambling sponsorships on front of shirts on: April 13, 2023, 11:54:49 PM
According to the article by Sky Sports

Premier League clubs have agreed to withdraw gambling sponsorships on front of shirts.
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There are eight current Premier League clubs with gambling companies as shirt-front sponsors, with an estimated value of 60m per annum; The change will begin at the start of the 2026/27 season

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A Premier League statement read: "Premier League clubs have today collectively agreed to withdraw gambling sponsorship from the front of clubs' matchday shirts, becoming the first sports league in the UK to take such a measure voluntarily in order to reduce gambling advertising.

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Teams with betting sponsors on shirts:

    Bournemouth
    Brentford
    Everton
    Fulham
    Leeds
    Newcastle
    Southampton
    West Ham

More information in the article

 I kind of have mixed feelings on this, especially when it comes to crypto related gambling sites. When a crypto related service is advertised, it also indirectly advertises crypto


What are your thoughts about this?
14  Economy / Trading Discussion / Crypto Exchanges with trading apps for PC (Windows, macOS, Linux)? on: April 07, 2023, 11:43:06 PM
Apart from Binance, does anybody know any other crypto exchange with a good trading app/terminal specifically for a computer and not mobile phones?
Why aren't crypto exchanges not taking any initiatives to develop trading terminals for PC despite thriving in a billion-dollar industry?

I know there are web versions, but I believe apps are the in thing when it comes to any major platform.
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / At what point exactly do transactions in the mempool start getting purged? on: March 08, 2023, 11:58:49 PM
I have been observing the mempool in the recent times, and it's usage has gone past 300 MBs, now getting to 500 MBs



I initially thought like 300 MBs was the limit after which the purging would start almost immediately to keep below 300 MBs but now that It's way above that, so;

1. What is the actual acceptable total size of unconfirmed transaction in the mempool before the purging begins?
2. Has the bitcoin mempool ever reached a size of 1 GB in unconfirmed transactions?
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / If Bitcoin Ordinals endlessly spam the Bitcoin mempool to the brim, what next? on: March 03, 2023, 02:21:45 PM
Overview:

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Bitcoin Ordinals is a new protocol that enables users to explore, transfer, and receive individual satoshis, which can include unique data.

The protocol uses “inscriptions,” which are arbitrary content like text or images that can be added to sequentially numbered satoshis to create unique “digital artefacts.” These artefacts, which are NFTs in effect, can be held and transferred across the Bitcoin network like any other sats.
Source

My general opinion about NFTs still remains the same, just another bullshit way of getting money from gullible noobs by "creators"

Now the issue is these NFTs on the Bitcoin blockchain have started to spam the Bitcoin network. The mempool usage is moving towards 300 MB consequently spiking the transactions fees



What happens if the spam stays on for months or even a year plus (Well, we know what happened to Ethereum)?

Will there be a case where the community decides to improve the Bitcoin network to get rid of the spam?
17  Economy / Service Discussion / Has an exchange ever blocked your Bitcoins from Signature earnings? on: January 19, 2023, 10:27:58 AM
I am just trying to know from forum members if there is anyone who has ever had their bitcoin payments from signature advertising get blocked by an exchange, citing "suspicious transaction"?

What was/would be your course of action if they asked for source of funds or proof of source of funds, especially if you were dealing with payments from a bitcoin casino or bitcoin mixing platform (since most CEXs seems to be no so friendly with bitcoins from such platforms) ?
18  Other / Meta / Is a user able to Trust/Distrust even when they are banned? on: August 06, 2022, 05:46:24 AM
According to BPIP records, this user seems to have been or is still banned

However, what surprised me is that they are still able to trust and distrust in the recent weeks after the ban.

Is it possible the user can still modify his trust list even when banned, or was he unbanned?
19  Other / Beginners & Help / Can a service whose code is close sourced be regarded as decentralized? on: April 07, 2022, 04:59:19 AM
My idea of a service being decentralized is when the code if fully open source where anyone can independently verify it and also be able to contribute, plus everyone is able to use the service without the need for a third party or central authority.
But I do often see people refer to closed source projects as decentralized, which brings me to the question;

1. Can a service like a wallet whose code is closed source be decentralized?
2. Does this mean any service that is noncustodial regardless of whether the source code is open or closed = Decentralized?


20  Other / Meta / Sharing PM screenshots in forum posts, is it OK? on: February 14, 2022, 11:55:32 PM
I am not sure if this should belong to Meta or reputation board

My question is, is it OK to share screenshots of Personal Messages sent to you by a member if you are trying to prove a link between two alt accounts?
Doesn't it violate any forum rules that I may not know?
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