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1  Local / Барахолка / Re: Продается аккаунт Hero с плюсовым трастом on: February 06, 2018, 04:51:15 PM
Продаю аккаунт Hero Member.
Activity - 800+
Merit - 1000+
SMerit - 40+
Траст плюсовой, да-да, именно, насколько - узнает только покупатель. Цену ломить не буду, в использовании есть аккаунты по лучше, этот просто не нужен, да и почту отдать не могу, но вы без проблем сможете привязать свою.
Разумеется через гаранта, за счет покупателя.

Любые предложения выслушаю в телеграме: https://t.me/btaccountsale

мерита точно 1000? не 500?

У Хиро 1000 мерита может быть только в том случае, если его разжаловали из Легенды. Но это что-то из рода фантастики  Smiley

...да и почту отдать не могу, но вы без проблем сможете привязать свою.

Без проблем не получится. Почту в любом случае нужно отдавать. Поэтому вам ее прямо сейчас нужно поменять на новую, а потом продавать.

Кому интересно - пишут по контактам, а не набивают сообщения здесь.
Количество меритов вроде конкретно указано в стартовом топике. По поводу почты я как-нибудь сам с покупателем разберусь, советов тут я на просил  Wink 
И если уж читаете, так читайте все, работаю через гаранта.
2  Local / Барахолка / Продается аккаунт Hero с плюсовым трастом on: February 05, 2018, 11:43:11 PM
Продаю аккаунт Hero Member.
Activity - 800+
Merit - 1000+
SMerit - 40+
Траст плюсовой, да-да, именно, насколько - узнает только покупатель. Цену ломить не буду, в использовании есть аккаунты по лучше, этот просто не нужен, да и почту отдать не могу, но вы без проблем сможете привязать свою.
Разумеется через гаранта, за счет покупателя.

Любые предложения выслушаю в телеграме: https://t.me/btaccountsale
3  Local / Барахолка / Re: Продается аккаунт Member. Дешево on: February 05, 2018, 07:56:56 PM
Возможна работа через гаранта, за счет покупателя. Разумный торг.
Телеграм для связи: https://t.me/btaccountsale
4  Local / Барахолка / Продается аккаунт Member. Дешево on: February 04, 2018, 09:13:19 PM
Продается аккаунт Member. С продажей не спешу.
Activity: 84
Траст нейтральный. Регистрация 2015 года.
Почта в комплекте.
Оплата в ETH/BTC
В качестве подтверждения отпишу с аккаунта вам в лс.
Цена: 200$

Просьба не засорять тему, для заинтересованных связь в лс
5  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: DirectBet American Football Prediction Game ! Win Free Bets ! Free to Enter ! on: February 05, 2017, 06:26:42 PM
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8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: New Ixcoin fork -> I0coin on: August 16, 2011, 08:12:07 PM
I still can't connect.
Tried both io.btcguild.com and i0.btcguild.com

btcguild needs to compile the updated software and load it before they can start. So it's probably not going to work for at least a good half an hour depending on how fast the compiling server is and how long it takes to compile the bitcoin code.



It's like 30 seconds.

If you have all the dependencies compiled and your Machine is damm fast, Ok.
If you start from scratch, it would take hours.

WTF are you smoking.
That good shit.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: New Ixcoin fork -> I0coin on: August 16, 2011, 08:07:21 PM
I0 wins the award for clunkiest launch ever.

I agree it's been a disaster

-Duke Nukem Forever
Yeah well, that too Cheesy
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: New Ixcoin fork -> I0coin on: August 16, 2011, 08:02:56 PM
I0 wins the award for clunkiest launch ever.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: New Ixcoin fork -> I0coin on: August 16, 2011, 07:40:58 PM
"Let me taste your unfathomable tears of sadness - oh, yes, mm, they're so good!"
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: New Ixcoin fork -> I0coin on: August 16, 2011, 07:30:58 PM
Well done kr105.  10/10
13  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Could this popular mining pool be cheating its miners? on: August 09, 2011, 06:47:54 PM
That makes perfect sense. What I don't understand is why a mining client can't just keep the block and all 50 BTC for itself when it finds the block. Is there some protection against this happening that would also prevent a mining client from knowing when it finds a block?
Read more.
14  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Could BTCGuild be cheating its miners? on: August 09, 2011, 02:30:30 PM
I want to know if the pool is being bounced up and down on purpose (with the down days likely being a little more down than the up days are up) to try to make it more difficult to see what is going on.

So eleuthria says that during difficulty 1563027 there is a 90% chance the number of blocks found should have been higher so 10% chance they were this low by chance. That's because that +70% and other high luck days that followed the low days made up for a lot of it.

If some more positive luck days are added to the pool it could be made to look just fine without any missing blocks problems at all. But the low days and high days will remain there as evidence that manipulation -- such as stealing and then a cover up -- took place.

Not very many bitcoins were stolen over all so far. In fact the estimated amount of bitcoins stolen could go to 0 in the future if more positive luck days are added to make up for it.

Alright, I'm done stating just hard data.  Now for facts.  You're either:  1)A troll, 2) a moron, 3) mentally handicapped, or a combination of the 3.  Let's find out:

1) After being banned from the channel you start saying I might be the same person as Tom Williams of MyBitcoin in #bitcoin-police.  So the troll part is definitely there.  
2) You think that the "estimated amount of bitcoins stolen could go to 0 if more positive luck days are added", which certainly qualifies you as a moron.
3) You seem to think I can just "create" luck/blocks to hide theft, which definitely makes you mentally handicapped.

I took the time to get the total share counts for the difficulties BTC Guild has kept track of.  Over the recorded difficulties at BTC Guild, the chance of having our overall luck is about 1 in 5.  It sucks, its bad, but it could be worse, and certainly isn't some 0.6% chance.  Like JoelKatz said, you're cherry picking a set of blocks that were already known to have been bad luck.

For your "creating" blocks comment:  Want some proof its impossible?  Our blocks are claimed by block number.  It is easy to audit that we truly mined the blocks we're claiming.  Go to the block explorer link.  Look at the generation amount/wallet.  Every 24 hours our pool servers move the funds to 1MbSn15MZWNbkNWF72KopyQenCV2zdcWvr before they become available for payouts.  It is impossible for us to claim a block we didn't actually mine, meaning it is impossible to fake positive luck.  The audit trail is there for anybody who wants to look.
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15  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Could this popular mining pool be cheating its miners? on: August 08, 2011, 09:23:28 PM
...So having it shoot up to +70% increases the chance that there is manipulation going on, just as -40% would, although it is hard to figure out where the pool got those extra solved blocks from if it was manipulation...
What?
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: MyBitcoin Back Up! (with a press release) on: August 06, 2011, 03:36:09 PM
I can't believe that this wasn't foreseen. Bitcoin transactions can be reversed, it happens. It's absolutely irresponsible to not reconcile the block chain against your accounting backend every so many blocks.

This was forseen:

MyBitcoin is still accepting payments with only 1 confirmation. This is insane for a bank. Any miner capable of mining two blocks in a row can steal money from MyBitcoin pretty easily. I'm surprised no one has attempted it yet.

There's another attack made possible by accepting payments with less than 6 confirmations that would allow you to see exactly which coins MyBitcoin has, and possibly do other damage.

This is not a fault with bitcoin, and bitcoin transactions still can't be 'reversed'.  Anyone accepting bitcoins should be waiting for more than 1 confirmation.  Sensationalist posts saying 'Bitcoin transactions can be reversed' don't help.

Will



I'd hardly call my tone or point sensationalist. Transactions can be reversed, although maybe you'd prefer the term "discarded" or "ignored" rather than reversed.
I agree, this is not a flaw in bitcoin itself, but rather related entirely to implementation on the part of MyBitcoin.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: MyBitcoin Back Up! (with a press release) on: August 06, 2011, 02:23:06 PM


Step 2 is a problem, not impossible, but would require a substantial mining investment.   If i took all of my $X000 investment in mining gear I would be able to do that about once a month and it would not be guaranteed each time I solved a block. 


But, if you're mining anyway and can steal a couple hundred extra bitcoins half the time you solve a block; this is a pretty good scam.

If you're creating an orphaned block then you wouldn't get the 50btc... so your whole reward would be the stolen coins.
For this scam to work, your block must get orphaned.
It's a possibility still that your block would get picked up by the next miner/pool who solves a block, in which case, your attack didn't work, but you got the 50 btc.

Worst case scenario, MyBitcoin picks up the other block before you announce yours. In which case, you only lost time and electric.
I'd say a pretty good investment for a scammer with a few thousand btc they'd like to double.

I can't believe that this wasn't foreseen. Bitcoin transactions can be reversed, it happens. It's absolutely irresponsible to not reconcile the block chain against your accounting backend every so many blocks.
Also, simply delaying larger deposits for more confirms would mitigate this.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: MyBitcoin Back Up! (with a press release) on: August 06, 2011, 01:20:37 PM
Understood.  I was commenting on how hard it is to generate a single block though six months ago it was not so hard.

Ahh, yeah, it would require some time. But even if your attempts fail, you are still rewarded with 50 btc for your efforts.

I don't expect that the person responsible bought into mining just for this scam. I'm sure it was an established miner, or more likely, this is all a made up story.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: MyBitcoin Back Up! (with a press release) on: August 06, 2011, 01:03:16 PM
I'm surprised that, even with 1 block confirmations, stealing bitcoins in the way that Tom describes would be feasible without a considerable amount of compromised computing power.  If my understanding is correct, for an attack to succeed an attacker would have to compute 2 blocks containing their false transactions before the rest of the network computes one.  This computation could be done offline so the attacker could wait until they have been lucky and computed these blocks before publishing them, but it would still require a non-insubstantial amount of compute or waiting a long time before being able to make the attack.

I'm not saying that pools are involved in this, but if even a small pool was involved, then this attack would be a lot more believable.

Will

I'm pretty sure it would work something like this.

1.) Peer directly to the bitcoind running on MyBitcoin.
2.) Solve the next block with your dubious transactions.
3.) Wait for someone else to solve the block you solved.
4.) After the same block was found, but before MyBitcoin's bitcoind hears it, announce your dubious block to MyBitcoin.
5.) That is 1 confirm, funds will now show up. Transfer the funds out, the next block on the network will orphan your dubious one.

Step 2 is a problem, not impossible, but would require a substantial mining investment.   If i took all of my $X000 investment in mining gear I would be able to do that about once a month and it would not be guaranteed each time I solved a block. 

No, I'm not saying you have to generate two successive blocks.
Just generate a given block first.

By dubious transactions, I mean legitimate coins sent to MyBitcoin that will get reversed once your block gets orphaned, but only after the funds are confirmed on MyBitcoin.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: MyBitcoin Back Up! (with a press release) on: August 06, 2011, 12:01:19 PM
I'm surprised that, even with 1 block confirmations, stealing bitcoins in the way that Tom describes would be feasible without a considerable amount of compromised computing power.  If my understanding is correct, for an attack to succeed an attacker would have to compute 2 blocks containing their false transactions before the rest of the network computes one.  This computation could be done offline so the attacker could wait until they have been lucky and computed these blocks before publishing them, but it would still require a non-insubstantial amount of compute or waiting a long time before being able to make the attack.

I'm not saying that pools are involved in this, but if even a small pool was involved, then this attack would be a lot more believable.

Will

I'm pretty sure it would work something like this.

1.) Peer directly to the bitcoind running on MyBitcoin.
2.) Solve the next block with your dubious transactions.
3.) Wait for someone else to solve the block you solved.
4.) After the same block was found, but before MyBitcoin's bitcoind hears it, announce your dubious block to MyBitcoin.
5.) That is 1 confirm, funds will now show up. Transfer the funds out, the next block on the network will orphan your dubious one.
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