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1  Local / Бизнес / $100 мудрецу! on: May 20, 2017, 12:53:54 AM
Меня интересует ответ на вопрос "Что делать со страхом смерти?".

Ни один из ответов на ютубе меня не впечатлил. Кто хочет высказаться - выкладывайте видосы. Именно видосы а не текст. Вы можете не показывать лицо, если беспокоитесь об анонимности. В описании видео вставляйте адрес биткоин.

Чей ответ мне понравится больше всех - получит $100 в эквиваленте биткоин.
Чей ответ меня потрясет - получит сверху еще $200.

Срок окончания - 2 месяца. Ну или отсутствие активности.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Most discoverable XT nodes are russian on: September 03, 2015, 03:22:17 AM
For a few hours I found 158 XT nodes which send "Bitcoin XT" user agent identification. Geoip shows 156 of them use IP located in Russia. Conspiracy?  Grin

List of nodes found so far

Code:
178.207.212.77
46.48.207.254
178.204.21.37
92.37.157.208
178.204.116.214
94.241.1.185
5.143.81.49
46.158.180.252
109.184.237.27
77.94.122.122
95.53.114.28
85.192.134.21
176.51.132.64
178.207.253.99
95.70.123.241
188.114.8.99
5.138.247.242
109.184.91.19
95.70.33.86
178.67.165.114
178.68.221.168
109.147.229.121
188.18.250.20
73.182.147.206
31.163.112.63
78.37.63.25
78.37.54.48
2.60.135.235
178.68.133.169
95.106.143.65
178.68.142.70
92.37.194.165
188.16.14.188
78.29.90.8
77.51.69.128
87.251.114.145
95.52.18.154
95.37.84.223
37.21.92.223
212.55.111.19
46.159.19.194
95.165.205.145
81.4.200.111
5.139.81.44
176.52.116.178
93.177.56.235
92.101.10.32
31.162.118.16
95.189.43.240
178.67.14.238
37.76.186.17
46.159.34.2
31.180.69.181
178.46.37.7
31.180.219.230
109.184.96.96
95.70.106.211
178.204.154.56
46.48.178.70
93.120.185.96
82.140.209.7
188.18.202.245
5.143.42.201
94.245.183.162
95.71.253.245
31.23.71.137
31.181.32.8
37.21.3.213
92.37.131.121
37.21.36.108
5.138.104.148
95.53.27.158
178.67.190.175
92.37.204.174
46.158.195.130
95.37.177.142
92.37.173.6
178.207.75.108
93.92.182.26
31.23.175.53
213.129.51.145
109.187.248.91
5.139.146.38
89.109.10.241
95.37.186.63
178.44.204.95
109.184.156.211
46.158.82.72
178.129.217.51
95.70.96.99
78.36.75.57
5.138.13.94
85.173.94.70
92.37.178.117
31.181.255.235
31.23.40.6
92.37.155.69
178.64.132.207
178.65.109.38
95.188.224.224
178.65.133.185
86.102.161.110
176.100.71.189
31.181.127.200
46.48.156.116
95.37.59.128
95.55.234.36
178.65.190.83
86.102.23.117
95.72.178.140
95.52.163.203
178.44.216.148
31.181.9.247
95.54.209.136
213.129.42.244
95.84.41.233
31.23.69.31
195.78.126.113
178.46.121.141
109.127.174.49
95.37.142.84
92.127.82.46
37.23.114.199
95.55.247.49
37.76.160.71
109.184.84.174
92.101.103.218
95.152.58.92
46.158.133.40
95.188.215.250
5.143.41.240
176.51.218.19
92.49.177.97
95.110.78.36
31.180.212.39
95.84.13.60
5.139.139.154
93.124.118.209
188.17.228.32
178.205.238.115
178.44.210.245
95.71.203.201
188.120.62.217
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Ban Bitcoin XT connections to my node? on: September 02, 2015, 03:51:23 PM
Is there any effective way to do this?

UPDATE. Found solution.

All paths are according to CeontOS 7. If you have different distrib, change paths.

This goes to autostart:

Code:
echo "/usr/bin/ipset create bitcoinxt iphash timeout 0" >> /etc/rc.local

This goes to /etc/cron.hourly/bitcoinxt
Code:
#!/bin/bash
/bin/grep BitcoinXT /var/log/kern.log | /usr/bin/perl -e 'while (<>) { if (/SRC=(\d+\.\d+\.\d+\.\d+)/) {print "$1\n";} }' | /bin/sort | /usr/bin/uniq -u | /usr/bin/xargs -L 1 ipset -exist add bitcoinxt

Also
Code:
# chmod 755 /etc/cron.hourly/bitcoinxt

This goes to iptables
Code:
iptables -A INPUT -m set --set bitcoinxt src -j DROP
iptables -A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp --dport 8333 -m string --string "Bitcoin XT" --algo bm --to 65535 -j LOG --log-prefix "BitcoinXT" --log-level 1
iptables -A OUTPUT -m set --match-set bitcoinxt dst -j DROP

Dont forget to
Code:
/etc/init.d/iptables save
4  Economy / Economics / USA is now number 2 on: December 07, 2014, 07:53:57 PM
For the first time since 1870s.

All hail China!

http://www.forbes.com/sites/timworstall/2014/12/07/chinas-now-the-world-number-one-economy-and-it-doesnt-matter-a-darn/
5  Other / Politics & Society / SPLIT: Re: Analysis never ends (Politics) on: November 01, 2014, 06:39:54 PM
And I see such event as the end of the world. The world which well known for us. Ahead of this - Terra Incognita. Wars, chaos and then new world will born. Full matrix reset.

This is my vision.
6  Other / Politics & Society / [Split] WW3 Re: Analysis never ends on: October 04, 2014, 03:38:12 PM
interesting times ahead, thank you!
Yeah. End of the world will be interesting.
7  Economy / Speculation / Russia central bank bans Bitcoin on: January 27, 2014, 04:13:46 PM
http://top.rbc.ru/economics/27/01/2014/901833.shtml (Russian)
8  Local / Кодеры / Нужна помощь в настройке пула on: January 14, 2014, 12:58:51 PM
Мопед не мой, я просто разместил объяву (с)

Человек ищет кодерской и админской помощи в разворачивании пула с нуля. Условия обсуждаются. Принимаются для обсуждения предложения по готовым рабочим решениям.

Опытным в этом деле людям писать на  fearme(жывотное)ua.fm
9  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Message to devs from merchant on: November 10, 2013, 02:56:34 AM
I used to post some constructive threads here, but was fucked off ))

I am a merchant. And bitcoind becomes really asspain. It is usable, but as time comes, it becomes not.

So devs, Bitcoin Foundation or whoever there... Please...

Do something with blockchain size

I mean size and performance of ~/.bitcoin folder. Decentralize, shrink or what we may do with it? We near to times when not every mortal will have ability to accept vanilla Bitcoin payments.

I don't need to hear about Bitpay, Coinbase, electrum or whatever 3rd party service. If I ever want to use middleman - I will sure use bank API.

Thank you!
10  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / SourceForge blockchain checksums typo on: October 20, 2013, 09:19:34 PM
I tryed to download this blockchain snapshot http://sourceforge.net/projects/bitcoin/files/Bitcoin/blockchain/

File bitcoin_blockchain_170000.zip

After unzip I see a listing:
Code:
blk0001.dat
blkindex.dat
README.txt
SHASUMS.asc

SHASUMS.asc contents:
Code:
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA512

87960e3eaa7136d182d91ea3a6223c25d5810153  blk0001.dat
5e81a938566065f61ae827ecfaef0162fbf82f30  blkindex.dat
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.4.9 (Darwin)
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=q2Ad
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

Signature is correct and checksums okay, but they are SHA1 sums, not SHA512 like it written in file (Hash: SHA512)
sha512:
Code:
[bt@mail bitcoin_blockchain_170000]$ sha512sum blk0001.dat
1a2fe85e3f7d4e2e566aa73daee54e8a7bda657237ca477193f024136fe7311273f862f539dee2cce3650d35dcd732a8a9b6d98d1b3e22bda43b9b310e0b151b  blk0001.dat
[bt@mail bitcoin_blockchain_170000]$ sha512sum blkindex.dat
91697d7b22ff4fd0470c021c1b68c3040cdac49d47bf3c47dfdb10f1fc60dd41f44fa74b9e65ab81a8da61ee8b8ffd99dd0fa6c73a43a3f215e59633cc83b8ce  blkindex.dat

sha1:
Code:
[bt@mail bitcoin_blockchain_170000]$ sha1sum blkindex.dat
5e81a938566065f61ae827ecfaef0162fbf82f30  blkindex.dat
[bt@mail bitcoin_blockchain_170000]$ sha1sum blk0001.dat
87960e3eaa7136d182d91ea3a6223c25d5810153  blk0001.dat
11  Economy / Economics / JPMorgan Chase goes Cyprus way on: October 17, 2013, 10:54:59 AM
http://www.peaktopeak.org/modules/groups/homepagefiles/cms/944821/File/Governing%20Documents/Financial%20Documents/September%202013%20Investment%20Reports.pdf

Was it easier them to just shoot in their head rather publishing such bullshit?
12  Local / Альтернативные криптовалюты / Namecoin сдулся on: October 15, 2013, 04:14:04 PM
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=310954

Ну наконец то, хоть один спец обратил внимание на просто разгельдяйскую кривизну дизайна!

А я говорил! Wink (под ником pent)

Кстати, DIANNA так и стоит, ждет кодеров Wink
13  Local / Трейдеры / cex.io - что ЭТО? on: September 28, 2013, 07:53:22 AM
AFAIK, аккаунты связаны с ghash.io

Каким то неведомым образом можно продавать и покупать мощности.

Однако я зашел под своим акком на ghash.io и моей мощности нет "на балансе". Как сделать чтобы она появилась?

И вообще, где официальная ветка с факами?
14  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / How to fix wallet accounts? on: September 16, 2013, 03:46:07 PM
I submitted issue, but can't wait too long. Is there any way to get bitcoind recalculate account balances? -rescan and updatewallet do not help.

[user@localhost ~]$ bin/bitcoind getinfo
{
"version" : 80500,
"protocolversion" : 70001,
"walletversion" : 10500,
"balance" : 0.10000000,
"blocks" : 258337,
"timeoffset" : -1,
"connections" : 8,
"proxy" : "",
"difficulty" : 112628548.66634709,
"testnet" : false,
"keypoololdest" : 1327805721,
"keypoolsize" : 101,
"paytxfee" : 0.00000000,
"errors" : ""
}

[user@localhost ~]$ bin/bitcoind listaccounts
{
"" : -20231.03669102,
"acc*" : 0.00000000,
"acc*" : 50.00000000,
"acc*" : 0.00000000,
"acc*" : 7.00000000,
"acc*" : 50.00000000,
"acc*" : 5905.00000000,
}
15  Bitcoin / Mining / PetaHash on: September 14, 2013, 08:03:20 PM
Network total   1045.173 Thash/s

16  Local / Майнеры / Петахеш! on: September 14, 2013, 08:01:37 PM
Network total   1045.173 Thash/s

17  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / [WHITE PAPER] Bitcoin Distrubuted Chain on: September 04, 2013, 03:28:05 PM
I am really tired of this heavy chain. Did you? Discuss?

https://dianna-project.org/BitcoinDistributedChainStorage.pdf

Anyone interested and can implement? Unfortunately I don't code on CPP, but I have desire to help Bitcoin with my brain.
18  Local / Бизнес / Гемблинг топ - добавляемся on: August 28, 2013, 04:53:28 AM
Нарисовал новый гемблинг топ http://bitgamblingtop.com/

У кого есть сайты по тематике биткоин гемблинга - добавляемся, ставим обратную ссылку, поднимаемся в топе.

Трафик по тихоньку растет.
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I'll start to send bitcoin gambling traffic there during few days - hurry up!
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