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1  Economy / Services / Looking for a linux guy to patch and compile a program on: March 07, 2017, 08:41:34 AM
Hi,

i have problems patching openssh with u2f patch (constantly getting errors):
https://kyhwana.org/blog/2015/01/11/patching-openssh6-dot-7p1-with-u2f-support/

I need binaries so i can put them into usr/local/bin and use them in ubuntu / mint.

If you can patch this for me, send me a PM and let me know the timeframe and how much you want for the job.

Thanks.
2  Economy / Services / Looking for linux guy to patch and compile a program on: March 06, 2017, 01:02:36 PM
Hi,

i have problems patching openssh with u2f patch (constantly getting errors):
https://kyhwana.org/blog/2015/01/11/patching-openssh6-dot-7p1-with-u2f-support/

I need binaries so i can put them into usr/local/bin and use them

If you can patch this for me, send me a PM and let me know the timeframe and how much you want for the job.

Thanks.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Do you own 1 Bitcoin? on: December 23, 2016, 08:19:33 PM
I remember several years ago similar poll was made and i was surprised most of the users answered NO.
In case your answer is still NO, I'd like to know what is your main reason not to own one bitcoin?

EDIT2018:
In 2017 it was 51% YES / 49% NO.
I'll leave voting open and since we are no longer in 2017 I'll change the subject to "Do you own 1 Bitcoin?"
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Need help: looking for an old video clip on: December 18, 2016, 08:02:07 PM
Hey guys, hope you can help me out. I am looking for an old (i think 2013-2014 but not sure) news video clip. It was aired on a popular news TV like CNBC or Bloomberg's "Market Makers” section or similar.

It was a long-term investment advice. Host asked few guests: "what to hold for the next 10-20 years" or something similar. Everybody was suggesting some car industry stocks, etc, but one guy mentioned Bitcoin and everybody starts to laugh hard.

I think it was also posted here or on reddit. I googled for a day but now i have given up. Hope someone remembers it and have a link.

0.05BTC tip for helping me out. Thanks.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Interledger - a W3C payment protocol proposal on: October 06, 2015, 07:43:01 PM
What are your thoughts guys? I haven't decided yet...

http://interledger.org/

Quote
What about Bitcoin, Ripple and other so-called protocols for money? In reality, these are all just networks themselves.

We need a neutral protocol, like HTTP or SMTP, for payments on the Web that enables senders and receivers to each use different providers. It should not require a central operator, nor a globally accepted currency or blockchain. Anyone should be able to use the protocol without connecting to any core or official network.
6  Economy / Services / I'm BIP38 curious, please help me out! on: April 06, 2015, 04:55:23 PM
Hey,

I'd like to figure out how fast BIP38 paper wallets could get cracked in case someone gets to them physically and tries to guess the password.

I created three BIP38 encrypted paper wallets with easy to crack passwords. Only small and capital English letters are used (from "a" to "Z", no numbers, no special characters). Say thanks when you get the money : )

I'll update this post with results when all three wallets are redeemed.

Happy cracking!


****************************   FIRST   **************************

Bitcoin Address:
1Pnc9qRUEhPJd4XrKhFRxkSSs2h6XA7ZUR

Encrypted Private Key:
6PfLsoUAbQ4uKuCtAkzer1KH1Rcaw5WMEmShwA6Q9GtwhbiHfaHP6mqqfT

Password: 4-character American name

Prize: 0.01 BTC

****************************   SECOND   **************************

Bitcoin Address:
19kuXV8cBfQMrLXzPNFsvPHxvTZgrfN1pd

Encrypted Private Key:
6PfPLSVx133khpGT7qrEeBWrxxuaQXNpkrBxCfUB92vg93iSj1Mj1Ce49M

Password: 5-letter word

Prize: 0.05 BTC

****************************   THIRD   **************************

Bitcoin Address:
1J5cjne6YVkgRTMTjqnaJVk1CWEEr3CcdX

Encrypted Private Key:
6PfRB98F9vZLhSpqY5URas5vYUU3qYQrpkJFTLuCg1FvDni6LwT3qAirkp

Password: 6 random characters

Prize: 1.0 BTC

*****************************************************************




EDIT:
Third wallet now has 0.5 BTC prize.

And I added one extra wallet:

****************************   FOURTH   **************************

Bitcoin Address:
15p4qtmfRyTHfPYFRmhGYVGhP9FEZYrFsu

Encrypted Private Key:
6PfTCyR1k5FDHwFXm9Uch5aTGXLQQDtzbQt3sKxmN8i2HppJecyoHbzb9i

Password: 5 random characters (small English letters only (a-z))

Prize: 0.2 BTC

*****************************************************************


EDIT 2:
3rd wallet now has 1.0BTC total.
I'll keep the experiment going for another year.


EDIT3:
After 2 years I have decided to stop the experiment.
The password for third wallet was "zLwMiR".


RESULTS:
First wallet was cracked in under 3 hours. [pwd: BarT]
Second wallet was cracked in under 10 hours. [pwd: grAce]
Fourth wallet was cracked in under 2 days. [pwd: pxrmg]
Third wallet was NOT CRACKED in two years. [pwd: zLwMiR]
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Video - Bitcoin in Ljubljana on: December 11, 2014, 11:05:33 AM
Hey guys,

Here is a short HQ video we've been working on to stimulate and support local community in Ljubljana / Slovenia.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tP6-xQoO9PI

I helped with audio sound design and audio mastering, full production credit goes to http://bitnik.eu team.

Hope you'll like it!
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / 100% Ad-Free Internet Radio (bgdradio.net) accetps Bitcoin donations on: August 31, 2014, 10:11:25 AM
It's free, super cool 24/7 music, no ads, not a single spoken word...

A lot of different genres... and the best part, I'm listening to this radio for few years now and music just doesn't start to repeat!

http://bgdradio.net

Show them some love!


Note: I have no relationship with this radio in any way, i just love what they do. Few weeks ago I asked them about btc donations and they added the donation address recently.
9  Bitcoin / Press / [2014-01-16] CoinJar: Stealth Addresses – What are they and do I need one? on: January 16, 2014, 10:48:06 AM
"The latest project being worked on is the Stealth Address. Basically this uses the protocol to allow you to generate a public key that you can provide to multiple parties, and the parties can pay you but can’t see funds you receive from the other parties."

https://blog.coinjar.com/2014/01/16/stealth-addresses-what-are-they-and-do-i-need-one/
10  Economy / Goods / [WTB] iPhone 4s with iOS5 (Europe) on: January 23, 2013, 10:22:44 AM
I'd like to buy factory unlocked BLACK 4s with iOS5.

Preferably shipped within European Union.

If interested, send me PM.
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / FTPbox project accepts bitcoins on: January 21, 2013, 10:12:04 AM
First, I am not a part of FTPbox team, just like this opensource project a lot.

It is somehow "DropBox-Like" service, but you make "the cloud" yourself using SFTP / FTP protocol. There's even a web interface available. The project is still in beta, but full program will also feature Windows, Linux and OSX client software, file encryption, handling of multiple accounts, selective sync options and more.

And now the best part. I wanted to donate, but there was only paypal donation button. So i emailed them and asked if Bitcoin donation is possible and they said: "NO PROBLEM!"
They also added the bitcoin address to their website.

Show these guys some love! : )

http://ftpbox.org/about
(BTC address is in the bottom right corner.)
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Balance missmatch (bitcoind dumpprivkey) on: July 15, 2012, 06:04:12 PM
I need a little help guys.

I have used dumpprivkey and successfully exported all my private keys from wallet.dat.

However, when i imported those private keys into brand new blockchain.info wallet, there is a "balance miss match" as well as "number of transactions" miss match".

I then tried to use "listreceivedbyaddress 0 true" in case there is any other address with positive balance. It is not.

I have 2 questions:

1. I'd like to know why there is a difference in total balance?

2. How do i get/see/export change address balance in case missing coins are there?


Thank you for your time.
13  Economy / Goods / [SOLD] MtGox Yubikey code for 1.5BTC on: May 07, 2012, 03:00:20 PM
Hi,

This is the same thing as here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=73646.0

Got the code, but i don't intend to use it.
NOTE: The key can only be used for MtGox exchange page.

Procedure:
1. You send me 1.5BTC
2. I'll copy / paste whole email with all the instructions how to get free yubikey.

Cheers!
14  Bitcoin / Project Development / Michael J. Trout - Open Startup project integrates Bitcoin on: April 18, 2012, 05:37:25 PM
I searched the forum and didn't find anything regarding this.

This project uses Bitcoin as a core element.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKvkCKIWuGw

Roll to 7m:30s
15  Economy / Digital goods / [WTB] iTunes Gift Card on: March 21, 2012, 05:22:52 PM
I'm looking for $10 to max $25 iTunes gift card.

Thanks.
16  Other / Beginners & Help / Is there anything like BitcoinSpinner for iOS? on: January 27, 2012, 05:33:00 PM
Hi!

I have checked https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Software and googled around, but I didn't find anything similar to BitcoinSpinner.

I really like the minimalistic design, fast response, key backup, instant on (no blockchain DL-ing), etc...

Is there anything similar available for iOS (native app)?

I know about BitPak and web options, but that's not what i am looking for...

Thanks!
17  Other / Beginners & Help / If sky was the limit - how many bitcoins would you buy? on: January 03, 2012, 12:20:28 AM
10? 100? 1.000? 10.000? More?

What do you consider a good (and reasonable) amount of BTC to buy?

Cheers!
18  Other / Beginners & Help / Where to get Casascius Bitcoins in Europe? on: January 02, 2012, 02:26:14 PM
Hi,

I'd like to buy few (1 to max 5) 1 BTC Casascius Bitcoins in Europe.

Does anyone have any idea where to get them?

Is maybe anyone here willing to sell them?

I can pay with paypal or skrill (moneybookers)

Thank you.

Bye.
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