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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is litecoin core infected with a virus ? on: August 18, 2016, 03:54:09 AM
where online wallet is recomended not exchanger, i see litecoin dot org not remonded link wallet online
For the people who need an online wallet:

I run LiteVault, which is an online wallet similar to - we have over 20,000 users, and many other big LTC people such as TheMage, Losh11, and Coblee are happy to recommend it.

Check it out at

Can you see my private keys?
No. Your keys are all encrypted with AES encryption before sending to the server, we never see the keys in any readable format.

What about my password? Can you see that?
No. We cannot see your password, we don't store a hash, and it's NEVER SENT TO THE SERVER, NOT IN ANY FORMAT.

Are there any fees?
There are NO FEES. If you like the service, please donate so that I can keep it free.
2  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: Password not working on on: June 11, 2016, 02:30:19 AM
You could check your emails. They often send out emails containing your wallet backup.

It's possible your wallet may have become corrupted somehow, or if you were storing that password in notepad, you might have edited it by mistake and saved it.

Maybe the most important thing to realise is that there are two's now. There's the legacy wallet, and the new (beta) wallet. If you migrated over, you use the new beta wallet, if you haven't, you use the legacy login.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Please help - transaction not showing up on: June 11, 2016, 01:48:55 AM
How about telling us the addresses in question, or even better, the supposed TXID's?

The point of sending a second transaction is because that second transaction would get higher priority, as it has a higher fee.

Let's call them Transaction A and B, you didn't have a fee on A, so you send the exact same transaction again, with a fee, and that became B

Because B has a higher transaction fee, it has a higher chance of getting confirmed. Assuming both transactions are equivalent, it shouldn't matter which one confirms, as only one should confirm assuming the inputs (think of them like coins) are the same. When one confirms, it cancels out the previous one because the previous one would become a double spend, thus become invalid.

When that happens, you may get the original transactions coins back. You may need to start Bitcoin with -rescan (google it) before it will detect that transaction is now invalid.
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: ? How To Respond To Someone Who Is Anti Bitcoin ? on: June 11, 2016, 01:39:44 AM
Get educated how corrupt and criminal banks are, google it and tell him that.

Then tell him bitcoin pros see here

and if they still dont listen, then tell them to go fuck themselves.

I guess you don't own a bank account anymore and you pay all your expenses via BTC. Smiley

To all hypocrites, stop lying. All of you have at least one bank account, most of you use Paypal and other payment processors as well and BTC is just a way to make some pocket money . Yes, it's a real business for others but this is minority.  Smiley

In short, there is a lot of lie on this forum. Yes, maybe there are few BTC  fanatics but those who are saying that the banks are "bad", I challenge you to tell me how you live a decent life, how you can pay your food with BTC only. Remember that all the  "seeds/round 1, round two", "VC funds/investors" and so on are real money/capital injections made via banks.  Without these and the black market, BTC shit won't exist.

There's a lot of people who will actively use cryptocurrency wherever possible. I only pay for things with my bank or PayPal when I don't get a choice, or if I severely don't trust the seller (what's that? there's a risk this company has beyond shit customer service and RMA? PayPal can force their hand and get me my money back).

I currently pay for my domains, hosting, my phone bill, games (via steam and humble bundle), and computer parts (quite a few big retailers accept bitcoin now, inc. Scan UK for computer components and AdaFruit for various electronic kits) all with Bitcoin. Key reason being that I don't have to worry about the company leaking my credit card details, or sneaking recurring payments for no good reason, and it also means that I don't have my bank, or PayPal recording all of my purchases and sales, thus giving me privacy similar to actual cash.

The key reason to use Bitcoin, is that it's the closest thing to physical cash (unless you live in NYC...) for the digital world. I can pay for most things usually without the seller requiring any personal details whatsoever. (for example, if you pay for Steam or Humble Bundle with Bitcoin, you don't have to give any address, where-as PayPal and Credit Card both give the seller your full name and address, and sometimes your phone number). This is great because it offers much more privacy, and of course helps to protect you against identity theft.

You can't force them to change their mind, but you can quite happily say "I told you so" when their bank, or something like PayPal freezes their account for some stupid reason, or they become victim to credit card fraud, which is all too common because every time you make a purchase you're practically giving the key to your bank to that website.
5  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: MagicalDice - Need beta testing [Bounty for bugs] on: September 01, 2015, 02:11:52 PM
I found this in chat box

That was a temporary issue while we were correcting some database settings. Shouldn't happen any more.

when setting an email in account details:

I'll look into that
6  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: MagicalDice - Need beta testing [Bounty for bugs] on: August 31, 2015, 01:57:11 PM
Hey Lyco. I'm not sure how your "exploit" is a problem. I just checked, and most other BTC dice site's with a faucet, including PrimeDice, and, uses the exact same captcha, and similar static timer. You can't make another claim within 3 minutes of the previous.

If it's so easy to turn 0.00000500 into 0.049, then why do you need to abuse the faucet anyway? From that 0.049 you could make close to 10,000 500 whole satoshi bets.

I could understand if it was bet>instant claim>bet repeat etc. but you can't do that, you have to wait 3 minutes before you can claim again.
7  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: MagicalDice - Need beta testing [Bounty for bugs] on: August 30, 2015, 04:28:15 PM

non-urgent gui issue: private message modal doesn't disappear after message is sent. if this is intentional, the value of the message textbox should reset to blank after a message is sent (see a few messages up, "'s HUGE trouble, man can you..." was sent twice && as you can see the text of a sent message remains in the modal in the screengrab after it is sent and appears in chat):


- Lyco / user "harlequence" on magicdice
- Joshua Ryan Nydel - nydel at ma dot sdf dot org for mail

8  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: MagicalDice - Need beta testing [Bounty for bugs] on: August 30, 2015, 04:27:50 PM

troubleshooting target: fountain (for abuse potential)
exploit found: captcha bypass assuming 0 balance

with any of the three adblock extensions enabled, captcha is checked after simply clicking (no selecting images) so long as balance is 0 - this enables me to use autokey (autohotkey on windows) to continually through automated click-events, claim 500 satoshi and bet it at an absurd multiplier until i essentially steal 55k satoshi by recording a few mouse click events and retiring to the opium den until autokey alerts me that i've succeeded in ripping off your fountain.

(difficult to take a screen of something NOT happening, but all i have to do is click the human verification and it accepts as if i had completed a captcha, then allows me to claim)

note that once the balance is over 0 the captcha modal window does appear and does not award additional coin upon completion. it simply allows for an automation scheme if the user bets all 500 satoshi at 1% odds / 99x multiplier.

software tech specs: debian-ish linux running chromium/webkit-based browser using stock adblock plus extension out of chrome app store


- Lyco / user "harlequence" on magicaldice
- Joshua Ryan Nydel - nydel at ma dot sdf dot org for mail

That is with reCaptcha. That is completely not related to the site.  Cool

Oh wow, this is necessary? Ok:

While aware that a third-party captcha service is being used, the site's design to award 500 satoshi to anyone with a balance of 0 presents a unique risk.

Since the third-party service is in fact very much related to the site, and the exploit cannot happen without the site's design in relation to the captcha service's problem, we are left with two options:

1) Do something to make sure nobody's using this exploit.
2) Tell Lyco that this is an issue "completely not related to this site" and make him write this, then do #1 anyway.


- Lyco / user "harlequence" on magicdice
- Joshua Ryan Nydel - nydel at ma dot sdf dot org for mail

This is because of Google linking you to your google account. Honestly you can't do much with that anyway. You can't withdraw those 500 satoshis, and if you can't get more until your balance hits 0, then it's not exactly helping you any more than an annoying full validation captcha would.
9  Economy / Services / Re: [Bounty] 0.1 BTC to anyone who can fix my webapp on: May 21, 2015, 01:41:40 PM
Adding another BTC.05 to this bounty, making the total BTC.15

Further inspection..

As a test:

Try replacing
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">

<meta name="viewport" content="width=640, user-scalable=no" />

Just modified the viewport to that, it made the layout work on my phone within Kik, but is still completely borked (but slightly less broken than before) in Bluestacks and on MaliceRed's phone. The arrows are still broken, strange bug: if you type something into the search box at the bottom, the arrows begin functioning (not a problem on desktop Chrome with the Kik Dev tools)
10  Economy / Services / Re: мαℓιcєяє∂ ∂єѕιgηѕ Quality Design Service NEW: Illustration/Drawings on: May 15, 2015, 02:01:25 PM
I can vouch for MaliceRed. He's produced designs for many of my projects, including the well-known LitecoinLocal, LiteVault, CoinBet, and Someguy Networks.

His quality is outstanding, while still fitting in the average persons graphics budget. He also appears to constantly keep up with the latest design trends, so no worries about having a logo "last century".  Grin
11  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Retrieve my bitcoin data on using Excel VBA on: May 08, 2015, 11:06:01 PM
In the retrieved string i can't find my "NOTE" as i wrote in the page "My Wallet --> Transactions (recent)" near the yellow icon with a green plus (+) into. Where are them?
I don't think they have an API which includes the "notes". They aren't put into the actual blockchain, they're on BC.INFO's database instead.

Each transaction has inputs and outputs:
If a transaction has an input with your address on it, that means you are SENDING coins
If a transaction has an output with your address on it, that means you are RECEIVING coins

To get total amount:
for amounts sent in a transaction, look for inputs with your address on, total the values of those
for amounts received in a transaction, look for outputs with your address on, total the values of these
12  Bitcoin / Alternative clients / Re: lightweight wallet ?? on: January 10, 2015, 10:10:06 AM
electrum is using external 3rd party blockchain, it is dangerous, i don't get this idea... why to risk security for a little less downloading? Wink
You aren't really risking security. The worst they can do is show you fake transactions. They CAN'T modify your transactions, they CAN'T steal your coins, they can only make it APPEAR (but not legitimately in the blockchain) that you have a balance which you don't have, or that you have sent coins which you haven't.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Best online litecoin wallet? on: January 07, 2015, 02:08:03 PM
Litevault is a great option  Grin

Ran by myself, similar to in that we store NO coins on the server, we only store an encrypted copy of your wallet, all transactions are built in your browser, not on our server, and of course you stay in complete control of your private keys, and can export to JSON format at any time.
14  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: help on: January 05, 2015, 03:07:18 AM
  Is BCI a HD wallet? 


If you have the .aes backup anywhere (usually in your emails), you can decrypt that using your password, no 2FA needed.
15  Bitcoin / Mycelium / Re: Mycelium seed not restoring correct key on: January 01, 2015, 03:02:57 AM
Make sure you're copying the seed correctly, and not confusing "l" for "I" or "i".

You could test on Android emulators such as Bluestacks and Genymotion, the problem could be isolated to your device and you should contact Mycelium about this.
16  Bitcoin / Electrum / Re: Twitter and GMX accounts compromised on: January 01, 2015, 03:00:20 AM
Satoshi, ThomasV, and Molecular have all been affected by their GMX email being hacked? I think this is more than enough warning for those using GMX to migrate to a new mail provider ASAP, there's either a serious flaw in GMX, or someone inside of GMX is doing some dirty work against those known to use cryptocurrencies.
17  Bitcoin / Alternative clients / Re: lightweight wallet ?? on: January 01, 2015, 02:56:36 AM
Electrum is great, I use it primarily on Litecoin, but I'm sure their Bitcoin version works great too. No blockchain download, standard Windows, Mac and Linux binaries.
18  Bitcoin / Alternative clients / Re: How to use BitcoinJS in a normal website? (not using node.js or anything) on: January 01, 2015, 02:54:01 AM
Same problem.   Tongue

For those still having issues, I have a compiled version which works perfectly over here:

Test it out like this:

<a href="#" onclick="randomAddress()">Generate Random Address</a>

<script src="bitcoinjs.min.js"></script>

function randomAddress() {
        var key = Bitcoin.ECKey.makeRandom();
        var PubKey =;
        var PrivKey = key.toWIF();
        // Hit F12 to enter the Chrome Developer Tools, hit ESC to access the console from there; On Mac, use ⌘-⌥ I
        console.log("Public Key: " + PubKey);
        console.log("Private Key: " + PrivKey);
19  Bitcoin / Alternative clients / Re: android wallet on: January 01, 2015, 02:46:40 AM
android wallet are light weight clients and don't download the whole block chain
if the download the complete blockchain then you will need to download 30GB blockchain data on your smartphone
and what about running wallet with that much data? i can't imagine

what i want is the source code for an entirely different purpose
Then please explain your purpose, so that we can point you in the right direction. I don't believe anyone has made a full-chain android wallet for Bitcoin, even older ones wouldn't exist for the simple reason that older Android phones also had much less storage capability so very few were even capable of holding the full-chain if it were possible.
20  Bitcoin / Mycelium / Re: Stolen phone and Mycelium on: January 01, 2015, 02:43:35 AM
They have a tool to help you use the backup on your PC:
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