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2241  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official Thread: AMT on: March 10, 2014, 08:03:26 PM
I've been reading this thread since last week, took me a week since my last catch up at page 86..... calm down AMT, it doesn't need to reply all negatives which is quite stressing and it never helps any of it. From the beginning, people demand for pictures (picture at pg 80~90, somewhere at 130 & latest at 155), then video, location & so on... eventually they will just non-stop bashing... so just ignore them, and keep up posting the progress like what others official companies do, hopefully with more photos, video, tracks & etc... replying the thread with long post(& caplocks) is painful to read...  Tongue

Sorry guys, i just hope to see updates on my miners in this thread instead of spams...  Undecided

rofl... another newbie coming to the defense of AMT. How many accounts does AMT have?

Joshua Zipkin played the same fucking game before with every other entity he controlled and can be easily found via The Wayback Machine. That fucker has built sites and on the first day they go live he had already reviewed his own company via other companies that he had/has sole control of. Why would we expect anything different now?
2242  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / I draft Andreas Antonopoulos to sit with Jimmy Wales of Wikipedia. on: March 10, 2014, 07:20:20 PM
https://twitter.com/jimmy_wales/status/442973660220239872

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Can someone expert volunteer to help me understand more about https://blockchain.info/address/1McNsCTN26zkBSHs9fsgUHHy8u5S1PY5q3 ?

I propose that Andreas travel to Jimmy's location of Mr. Wales' choosing, and have a long sit-down lunch or dinner, during which time Andreas Antonopoulos schools Jimmy Wales on Bitcoin. Hell, Jimmy could even film the event and dub it "My Lunch with Andreas" reminiscent of some movie having a similar title.

Seriously, any media exposure during a said event would be welcoming, but is not a requirement for such meeting to take place.

Andreas would be more than welcome to solicit donations via bitcoins to help offset any expenses incurred for such a meeting.

Bitcoin 100 is on record in stating that a $1,000 USD via BTC will be donated to Wikipedia once it starts accepting donations via bitcoins. Taxing my memory, there's a thread or two somewhere on this forum depicting another chuck of change that was garnered that will go toward the same cause once said occurs.

Please weigh in, and somebody please bring this thread to Andreas' attention.

~Bruno Kucinskas
2243  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Wikipedia founder asking for help to learn Bitcoin on: March 10, 2014, 06:54:20 PM

Newsweek in 5...4...3...

Wikipedia Starts Paying ALL Their Employees Via Bitcoin
2244  Other / Off-topic / Re: I am going to..... on: March 10, 2014, 09:30:25 AM
Order some Danish Cookies from Amazon.
2245  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Royal Danish butter cookies. on: March 10, 2014, 09:16:43 AM
If anything came out of the recent Satoshi-Newsweek debacle, it's that Royal Danish butter cookies have gotten a lot of free advertisement.  The cookies are really good but I have not had them in years because I forgot about them.  Kind of a strange "cause and effect" effect happening here; bitcoins are created, people want Danish cookies.

Good thing Darian didn't review elephants at the pet shop.
2246  Other / Off-topic / Re: Once upon a time... (add a sentence) on: March 10, 2014, 08:42:09 AM
Once Upon a Time makes a strong return and introduces a formidable green villain.
2247  Other / Off-topic / Re: Since my last post, we were almost killed due to some NIGGER! on: March 10, 2014, 08:31:38 AM
Phinnaeus, you have no class and you have racist-bigot bones inside you. Its that simple.

You be signing a different tune if your ~100lb niece was beaten by a...wait for it...NIGGER.

Reread the OP to get back up to speed, for you're behind.
2248  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Let's Design The Ideal Bitcoin Exchange on: March 10, 2014, 07:42:52 AM
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1) community validation / certification - I would to see some huge size community group (none anonymous) say 1000+ people, vote give star ratings to service providers.
...

Something simple like star ratings would be nice. This is a feature that usually works really well due to the fact that it represents independent peer reviews, something that could fit bitcoin really well. If nothing else if would make sure the vast majority of newcomers picks a trustworthy service.

There was a session at the Texas bitcoin conference where this issue was discussed, and there was some interesting ideas there, even though I fear we could easily end up with a cartel like situation if we don't get it right.


what are some of the other ideas that were shared at the conference  

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQTM8NkbIVw&t=24m30s


That is more about making exchanges secure though, not necessary efficient or user friendly or decentralized



wow, that was a powerful video, had to watch it twice; and will likely watch it a couple more times

Thanks for the link, bud. I like that Justin dude having had the pleasure of meeting him twice.
2249  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: MtGox2014Leak.zip on: March 10, 2014, 07:37:04 AM

OP: You should put a checksum with a file like this.  It would be an obvious ploy to replace some of the files with trojans.  If the original is though to be clean, people may execute exploits contained in a zip they thought to be real.

I downloaded a copy from:

  [http]://blog.magicaltux.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/MtGox2014Leak.zip

at in the morning PST (2014.03.09) and this is the checksum I get:

  snip@snip ~> sha256 MtGox2014Leak.zip
  SHA256 (MtGox2014Leak.zip) = ffcf6742ab84d7e29ef16ca4f0829d7c4e7a4f739414d2b6d2ded52f05e75a67

Several people on a different thread get the same checksum, but I don't know if they got it from the same place or not.

Checksums are easy to check, reliable, and quite critical for data such as this.  I would be very wary of anything sensitive that I downloaded which did not come with a checksum, and I would (and do) cross-check these.

If anyone finds a file of the same name with a different checksum it would be good to report it (even worth starting a new thread) and handing it over to people who can analyze the contents.  We really don't need any more people losing money to stupid things associated with Mt. Gox...though I suspect we'll see a lot more in the weeks to come Sad



This is fucking nuts! First, I had to get up to speed as to what the hell a motiff[sic] is in BFL's thread back in the day, now I need to learn what the heck a checksum is, then learn how to use it.

To show you what type of noob I am, although I know quite a bit about HTML and CSS, for the life of me I couldn't tell you what those acronyms stand for sans looking them up first. I know just enough about PHP as it applies to Wordpress that caused me all kinds of problems till I finally learnt to do backups of any codes I'm altering.
2250  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: mtgox is really hacked again? on: March 10, 2014, 07:28:58 AM
Do not touch this dump unless you really know your stuff.

Now you tell me, after I thought I was assure all is well prior to downloading it, then...wait for it...opened it. Still not sure what I may have compromised for I'm a serious noob when it comes to these sort of things.


I have not once assure anyone about this link and the single and only time I have  posted this link myself I wrote a big ass red warning all around it from the get go.

You clicked on someone else's link not mine and you trusted someone else not me.

I have not even downloaded myself even tho I really want to me because I'm a gox victim and I would love to get all my account information back.

As a tec noob myself I also had no idea PDF's could do this until today and thinking back over the last year how many pdfs have I opened??  I think I also need to wipe my PC not because of this download but because I might have already been effected.

Would you mind telling us who assured you. You just dragged my name thu the mud a little its the least you could do.

Hey, bud. I referenced what I read in the following thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=508162.0

Seriously, I have no qualms with your, or any guys that may have steered me wrong, hence not caring what their names are/were, but easily found via reading the relatively short thread/posts up to my posts were I started expressing a concern, carrying said concern over to this thread via quoting you.

I hope the above makes sense now, and apologize once again for giving you an uncomfortable feeling.

~Bruno Kucinskas
2251  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: mtgox is really hacked again? on: March 10, 2014, 07:14:34 AM
Do not touch this dump unless you really know your stuff.

Now you tell me, after I thought I was assure all is well prior to downloading it, then...wait for it...opened it. Still not sure what I may have compromised for I'm a serious noob when it comes to these sort of things.


I have not once assure anyone about this link and the single and only time I have  posted this link myself I wrote a big ass red warning all around it from the get go.

You clicked on someone else's link not mine and you trusted someone else not me.

I have not even downloaded myself even tho I really want to me because I'm a gox victim and I would love to get all my account information back.

As a tec noob myself I also had no idea PDF's could do this until today and thinking back over the last year how many pdfs have I opened??  I think I also need to wipe my PC not because of this download but because I might have already been effected.

Would you mind telling us who assured you. You just dragged my name thu the mud a little its the least you could do.

This is a misunderstanding. When I penned my post above, I had nobody specific in mind, especially V4Vendettas, of whom this is the first time, I believe, I've run across his name, let alone conduct an exchange with, I believe.

I just happened to quote you to express my feelings at the time, and you are in no way responsible for me opening any file.

Please accept my apology in this matter, along with not replying sooner.

Thanks, bud.

~Bruno Kucinskas

EDIT: I also send a PM expressing my apology and original intent further.
2252  Other / Off-topic / Re: Dorian Nakamoto's hat looks a lot like the anarcho-capitalist flag on: March 10, 2014, 06:39:43 AM


Masons have their secret handshake, now bitcoiners have their secret symbol.
2253  Other / Off-topic / Re: Dorian Nakamoto's hat looks a lot like the anarcho-capitalist flag on: March 10, 2014, 06:29:36 AM
this is weird: dorian nakamoto is on TV on March 4th and on March 6th there is the Newsweek article. what was the date when Leah stalked Dorian?

Or, the powers that be are fucking with me, being that that's my birthday, just turned 54, 10 years younger than Dorian.
2254  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Hackers steal data from MtGox server and release it with Mark's reddit account. on: March 10, 2014, 06:16:42 AM
Is the following site safe to visit: bitcoincorp.de/MtGox_Ba            lances.txt (broken up with spaces, so just connect the a to the l -- self-explantory)
2255  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Hackers steal data from MtGox server and release it with Mark's reddit account. on: March 10, 2014, 06:13:02 AM
Opening the zip in an of itself shouldn't be a problem.

Correct (assuming it has been verified to be a valid zip without some hidden executable component), but he said he also opened a PDF file. That's dangerous.


yes, have to be careful with PDF's. Though I don't think that the CV contained a virus.

I do open PDF's all the time, but seem to be spooked by this one due to the warnings. This is the main laptop I use for everything. In fact, I even had it in Atlanta and stored it in BitPay's Coke (as in soda) locker that Friday evening, unlocked. The next day, it was under the table where the Bitcoin Magazine was being sold in the conference lecture room. If stolen, the thief could have easily gotten tens of thousands of dollars from me, and that's with not having a personal bitcoin wallet. Yes, I'm still using a third party service, not learning my lesson after InstaWallet went dark.

I guess my only concern is some keylogger program and password sniffer being in place now. Is such a possibility with any malware that may now be in place?
2256  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: 1933 (111,114 BTC) moving on: March 10, 2014, 05:59:42 AM
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<meta name="robots" content="noindex" />

Now it just changed to the above, and Google has this thread index, whereupon it wasn't there a few minutes ago, as I have shown and everyone here would have experienced the same thing I did at the time.

Allegedly its prevent search engines indexing duplicate content, which is very bad for SEO.

Also from briefly reading a couple threads over @ the SMF forum on the issue, in this version of SMF, the search de-duplication doesn't work well.

I just noticed when I referenced a different thread from my watchlist (i.e. goto "new" posts) the noindex directive is given. This would support the theory that SMF sets it on "special" pages to avoid duplicate content for crawlers.

When I open the same thread directly from the main forum list, noindex is not in the source.

/end side-track.

This is what I'm seeing (below) with having only Page #3 of this thread in view:

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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><head>
   <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1" />
   <meta name="description" content="1933 (111,114 BTC) moving" />
   <meta name="robots" content="noindex" />
   <meta name="keywords" content="PHP, MySQL, bulletin, board, free, open, source, smf, simple, machines, forum" />

Apologies for derailing this thread, for that wasn't my intent. I am though wondering if there's a direct correlation between the content of this thread and what's being released into the wild, hence this micro crusade.
2257  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: mtgox is really hacked again? on: March 10, 2014, 05:56:56 AM
Do not touch this dump unless you really know your stuff.

Now you tell me, after I thought I was assure all is well prior to downloading it, then...wait for it...opened it. Still not sure what I may have compromised for I'm a serious noob when it comes to these sort of things.
2258  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: 1933 (111,114 BTC) moving on: March 10, 2014, 05:50:37 AM
Got it!

Post #4 was indexed, but post #5 onward was when the robot/no-index was manually put in place.

The following thread was just created, but no robot/no-index meta tag is in place: mtgox is really hacked again?
2259  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: 1933 (111,114 BTC) moving on: March 10, 2014, 05:36:02 AM
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&lt;meta name=&quot;robots&quot; content=&quot;noindex&quot; /&gt;

Now it just changed to the above, and Google has this thread index, whereupon it wasn't there a few minutes ago, as I have shown and everyone here would have experienced the same thing I did at the time.
2260  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: 1933 (111,114 BTC) moving on: March 10, 2014, 05:24:09 AM
The truth will probably be stranger than anything we can imagine right now. My guess is that the 311k coins that have been moving are still safely under trustee control.
...

Amazingly, this thread is not being indexed, ergo no Google crawl.

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<meta name="robots" content="noindex" />

Perhaps I spoke too soon. Not quite so certain now. Good one...

I've noticed it before being in place with other quasi-controversial threads, but opted to not call it out, kinda hoping/guessing that it was an anomaly.

Only an admin would have such privileges, and would have to be available and know that such was warranted.
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