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341  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Monopoly on: September 09, 2011, 06:21:02 PM
How about when you tight?
342  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Exchange accidentally sent 512 bitcoins after coding error on: September 09, 2011, 01:05:02 PM
"Exchange Coding Error - collect 2^9 - 1 BTC"

other cards include:

  • Grid Blackout - your mining farm is offline for an hour - pay 10 BTC per mining farm
  • Bank Fraud - pay 51% of your cash
  • You bought a product using Bitocin - roll dice: odd number: you receive goods, even number: you've been frauded, pay 5 BTC
  • Rollback - each players last action is annulled

From sale of stock you get $50 => From sale of socks you get 50 BTC.

Repost this to and continue discussion there ^_^
343  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin Monopoly on: September 09, 2011, 01:04:38 PM
Continuation of   Idea originally thought of by Blackout.

Discuss ideas for a Bitcoin Monopoly game information and perhaps additionally someone (or several someones) can take initiative in contacting Hasbro with effort in helping to make Bitcoin Monopoly a reality.

Come discuss at Freenode #bitopoly
344  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Developers on: September 09, 2011, 07:25:57 AM
There's a lot of git repositories to include in that... has a list

wow, owns a lot of repositories, including:

all of which seem to not actually be owned by ._.

Perhaps that list is simply syndicated and recreated git repos.

Here's list of original repos:

Bitcoin Wallet Android app

An Android widget that shows the value of a bitcoin in US dollars on the Mt Gox Bitcoin exchange.

A Bitcoin network protocol implementation


Sources for Bitcoin Poker Room

A thin Android client for Bitcoin

OpenCL miner for BitCoin

Firefox extension displaying current Bitcoin prices

A Bitcoin wallet, backup, and miner manager

Modular, fast, efficient Bitcoin miner

unfinished bitcoin android client

Bitcoin Private Key Extractor

BitCoin Money Making Game

XMPP/Bitcoin gateway

Open source chain browser like Block Explorer


Set of bash functions for bitcoin address manipulation

Bitcoin Central

A wireshark dissector for the bitcoin protocol

spec file for bitcoin cryptocurrency program

Ruby library for communicating with a Bitcoin client

An open source generic exchange for bitcoin

Javascript remote for bitcoind

Wallet Impl on Android

Bitcoin library for PHP

BitCoin perl implementation

Friendly bitcoin API binding for Python

Bitcoin payment plugin for VirtueMart shopping cart for Joomla!

Bitcoin payment plugin for WP e-Commerce for WordPress

bitcoin for iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPodTouch)

BitCoin Bugzilla Extension

Bitcoin integration/staging tree

add bitcoin to your rails app

This Sinatra application provides a REST interface for the Bitcoin server daemon.

Python-based tools for the Bitcoin cryptocurrency system

A prediction market in bitcoin

Bitcoin acceptance plugin for applications

a naming/aliasing service for Bitcoin user


Set of PHP classes to interact with bitcoin nodes. (Work In Progress)

bitcoin client in chrome

CPU miner for bitcoin

Drupal Module to provide a CCK field type to hold and validate Bitcoin Addresses

Drupal API and tools for Mt. Gox Bitcoin Trading API

Eligius statistics pages, originally by Artefact2

GAE Bitcoin Miner

gentoo linux ebuild for bitcoin

bitcoin exchange site

Merchants {post,withdraw} invoices, customers {search}. Intended for mobile Bitcoin payments without QR codes or near-field wireless.

bitcoin library

Multi-pool, multi-worker proxy for Bitcoin miners, supporting long polling and pool failover

ruby client for the mtgox api

Bitcoin client library in JavaScript using Node.js / MongoDB

A NodeJS library of Bitcoin components. (And eventually, a full client made from them.)

Bitcoin client API and related utilities

OpenCL bitcoin miner — Read more


General purpose PHP5 classes for Bitcoin account and address management.

A web-based administration tool for managing bitcoin nodes.

PyOpenCL bitcoin miner

Import of puddinpop's bitcoin remote pooled mining code

bitcoin push-mining pool server.

Python Conversion of the Bitcoin Client

XMPP/Bitcoin gateway (the lib part)

A Bitcoin client written in Ruby, presented as a library.

Bitcoin payment plugin for Ubercart shopping cart for Drupal

And a few more that I am aware of:




GLBSE client

Also, I can possibly volunteer to make it happen.

Regarding the additional repos referenced above (as well as all other bitcoin-related repos), would it make sense to include on the home page committers from each additional repo (see above) or would it be better to preserve only using the single repo?  Perhaps if listing only commiters of the single repo on the home page, then a link directly below it to a list of additional repos could be included that also lists committers of those additional repos?
345  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Developers on: September 09, 2011, 05:20:30 AM
I've always like how git does it:
Good idea.

The developers listed on are the people who have 'push' rights to the github source tree, but I like the git approach.

Who wants to volunteer to make it happen?

346  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Exchange accidentally sent 512 bitcoins after coding error on: September 09, 2011, 05:14:38 AM
In Monopoly of the future, will there be a:

"Bitcoin error in your favor, collect $4000 dollars"

because of this?

It seems to be more appropriate for such a card to be specified in terms of bitcoins than any region-specific or controlled currency.  However, nice idea for bitcoin monopoly.  Perhaps someone (or several someones) can take initiative to contact Hasbro and work with them to prepare and establish a 'bitcoin monopoly' board game.  Otherwise perhaps a Chinese monopory rook-arike?
347  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / This is conceptually related on: September 07, 2011, 12:47:31 AM
Quote from: Glenn Eichler
MTV's greatest weakness is also their greatest strength . The fact that nobody's paying very close attention, and the primary objective is to do things on the cheap, means that people are allowed to be creative, where at other networks, where there's more at stake, (i.e. money), people aren't allowed to be as creative...
348  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Exchange accidentally sent 512 bitcoins after coding error on: September 05, 2011, 05:51:11 AM
Whoever coded this exhange did so poorly, I don't care if he tested his code every which way to mars.
Don't release your code onto REAL production systems until you get all the major bugs out, multiplying the coins you withdrew by 512 is a serious major bug.
Imagine if an ATM gave you 1,000 dollars when you ask for 1; That wouldn't happen. If you are going to run an exchange there is a serious level of coding ability required so I won't feel pity if you aren't up to it.

I agree.  serious business only
349  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Exchange accidentally sent 512 bitcoins after coding error on: September 05, 2011, 03:27:07 AM
btw, I edited my post just above with an additional two sentences.  Feel free to read it. :3

And we are just supposed to believe everything that intersango says, without questioning it?  That is pretty one sided, if you ask me.  How do you know he is not lying?  Why are you doing so much research for one side, and not other?

And you guys want to talk about a bitcoin justice system?  I sure hope people like you are not in any way associated with that.   You are completely, unfair.  You have to listen to BOTH sides of a story.  Not just one, to be fair.

That is interesting to point out, and I agree my investigation has been one sided most likely due to bias.  My apologies.  I do agree more publicated information from phantomcircuit will be helpful.   Because of my bias, I encourage someone else to take initiative to gather more informations as necessary.
350  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Exchange accidentally sent 512 bitcoins after coding error on: September 05, 2011, 03:21:54 AM
One thing I noticed.  Not one person here has questioned why the code has failed repeatedly and sent people bitcoins OR intersangos integrity.  Does this happen to anyone else, to any other exchange?  Maybe once, but not over and over, right?  Is Patrick really that bad of a coder?  That raises an eyebrow for me.  I don't know about you guys.
This code was thoroughly tested using testnet.
The issue was with the server configuration, the database user did not have the proper permissions and the code failed in an unexpected way.
I have now changed to relevant code such that any failure of any kind will stop the script cold.

If you wish to learn more specific details, there's #bitcoinconsultancy on Freenode IRC network.  The rest of your post is interesting to shed some light on as well.  It'll be interesting for phantomcircuit to provide more details about his experience.
351  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Exchange accidentally sent 512 bitcoins after coding error on: September 05, 2011, 03:03:50 AM
I was going to use witcoin as an example of a business that doesn't seem to be evil, but then it occurred to me that you might be assuming that business == corporation. As I use the words, a business provides goods or services in a voluntary way that benefits itself and its customers. A corporation depends on the power of the state to protect its profits whilst socializing any losses (i.e. distributing them to others). In theory, and sometimes in practice, a corporation can also be a legitimate business.

Ah, yes, I misinterpreted 'business.'  I shall upgrade my interpreter to a more efficient implementation.
352  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Developers on: September 05, 2011, 12:09:01 AM

thanks, also to

I've always like how git does it:

It would be exciting if contributions were displayed similarly.  Bitcoin is open source community effort.  Contributors should deserve better support/recognition for their contributions.   Currently only a select few are gaining recognition and attention from being listed at home page.
353  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin Developers on: September 04, 2011, 11:13:50 PM official site currently lists developers as:

    * Satoshi Nakamoto
    * Gavin Andresen - (PGP)
    * Pieter Wuille
    * Nils Schneider - (PGP)
    * Jeff Garzik - (PGP)

Latest snapshot shows developers as:

    * Satoshi Nakamoto
    * Gavin Andresen - (PGP)
    * Amir Taaki - (PGP)
    * Pieter Wuille
    * Nils Schneider -
    * Jeff Garzik - (PGP)

which removes Amir Taaki's name from the list.

The site links to open source Bitcoin repository at

and latest commits in that repository for each of those listed are:

Satoshi Nakamoto: 2010-12-15
Gavin Andresen: 2011-09-02
Pieter Wuille: 2011-08-03
Nils Schneider: 2011-06-03
Jeff Garzik: 2011-09-02
Amir Taaki: Huh
Matt Corallo: 2011-09-02
Daniel Folkinshteyn: 2011-09-02
Giel van Schijdnel: 2011-08-11
Fabian H jr.: 2011-08-16
ovdeathiam: 2011-08-22
Dev Random: 2011-08-23
Michal Zima: 2011-08-17
Venkatesh Srinivas: 2011-08-07
Vegard Nossum: 2011-07-31
JoelKatz: 2011-07-26
Johannes Henninger: 2011-08-01
Jeroenz0r: 2011-08-01
Han Lin Yap: 2011-07-30
Wladimir J. van der Laan: 2011-07-26
Abraham Jewowich: 2011-07-18
Michael Bemmerl: 2011-07-17
Eric Hosmer: 2011-07-16
Dawid Spiechowicz: 2011-07-14
Stephanie Gimenez: 2011-07-14
Patrick Varilly: 2011-07-14
Jay Weisskopf: 2011-07-13
Doug Huff: 2011-06-30
Dylan Noblesmith: 2011-06-24
James Burkle: 2011-06-24
Jordan Lewis: 2011-05-16
Dean Lee: 2011-06-09
xHire: 2011-05-26
HostFat: 2011-05-26
Jakob Kramer: 2011-05-26
ariel: 2011-05-25
dabaopku: 2011-05-22
Federico Faggiano: 2011-05-20
m0ray: 2011-05-24
Danube: 2011-05-25
Carlos Pizarro: 2011-05-15
Blitzboom: 2011-05-17
Anonymous: 2011-05-18
mewantsbitcoins: 2011-05-14
Daniel Holbert: 2011-05-09
Jaromil: 2011-04-23
Carlo Alberto Ferraris: 2011-05-07
Forrest Voight: 2011-05-08
Amir Yalon: 2011-05-06
John Maguire: 2011-05-05
Ricardo M. Correia: 2011-04-23
Dan Helfman: 2011-04-16
gjs278: 2011-04-13
Dan Loewenherz: 2011-04-13
tcatm: 2011-04-09
Eric Swanson: 2011-03-20
Santiago M. Mola: 2011-03-16
Sven Slootweg: 2011-03-19
Luke Dashjr: 2011-01-28
Matt Giuca: 2011-02-25
ojab: 2011-01-31
sandos: 2011-02-10
David FRANCOIS: 2011-02-03
Chris Moore: 2011-01-25
Marius Hanne: 2011-01-19
Chris: 2011-01-20
Witchspace: 2010-12-24
laszloh: 2010-08-04
sirius-m: 2010-02-04

(I may have missed some, sorriez, please let me know if I have)

I see that Amir Taaki has 0 commits to the repository (but a few pull requests) and therefore makes sense that he is removed from the developer list in that regard.

How come only a select few of the developers that DO have commits are listed on the main page?  What is the procedure necessary to deserve accreditation or recognition?  Perhaps it may be useful to have a page on the site that credits everyone that has contributed so that each person may deserve their fair share of recognition for their contributions?
354  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: SolidCoin 1.04 Released [Hardened Edition] on: September 04, 2011, 06:04:59 PM
wow, this "licence change" realy made the price drop, lol

What price? Which exchange? lol...

People are dumping them on

Last Trade 0.0030
High Bid 0.0030
Low Ask 0.0031
Volume 20937.2924 SC
High 0.0400
Low 0.0011
Avg 0.0206

This change could be contributory towards establishing even better pump and dump than has occurred so far.  Congrats to mastermind?


SolidCoin is open source and NOBODY has to use that particular release.  Fork perhaps?  Additionally with fork, restore the MIT license to be included?
355  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Exchange accidentally sent 512 bitcoins after coding error on: September 04, 2011, 07:27:50 AM

Okay.  AnyOnE wannA hElP me wIth mY CaSe?  In case I act liek a headcase or nutcase (or pillowcase?), feel free to showcase the post as example how not to (insert suitable word with "case" in it here).

I'll tell you exactly what to do. You can probably just sell the to a debt collector, so you won't have to go to Oregon. It's called choose of remedy. You waive the tort and sue in debt on the conversion into money or money's worth. You have such a good amount of evidence because of the confession. He confessed his identity and the act of receiving it and confessed he had no right to it.. It's a slam dunk.

I PM's you but you didn't answer.
I'm sick of thieves and liars. This national kleptocracy has to end.
I can't wait till he is on here whining because he can't pay his rent because his bank account is frozen and his wages are garnished.

By the way, for clarification, the issue here is not affiliated with me directly (indirectly as part of bitcoin community perhaps), and therefore this is not my case.  I'm just participating in this thread at my own initiative.
356  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Exchange accidentally sent 512 bitcoins after coding error on: September 04, 2011, 05:44:33 AM
Just because the info is out there doesn't mean you need to compile it together for people to harass a guy that did nothing wrong.
You didn't save anyone any time because no one gives a shit besides you.
Its creepy and you look like a stalker. You are not helping your case.

Okay.  AnyOnE wannA hElP me wIth mY CaSe?  In case I act liek a headcase or nutcase (or pillowcase?), feel free to showcase the post as example how not to (insert suitable word with "case" in it here).
357  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Exchange accidentally sent 512 bitcoins after coding error on: September 04, 2011, 02:20:33 AM
Hey mizerydearia,

It's pretty fucked up posting people's personal info like that. It proves nothing and makes you look like a dick.
Pretty shitty move man.

hmm, I guess I am okay with even though all the personal info that I accumulated was already on the Internet available for anyone to find out for themselves as well, and I simply saved them maybe an hours worth of time in which each person (take 100 persons as example) spending 1 hour each equals 100 hours of humantime.  I guess this effort of saving people this time specific to the case of researching a particular individual specifically in the case where the particular individual was pseudonymous is a 'shitty' thing to do in some (most? all? other?) perspectives.
358  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Exchange accidentally sent 512 bitcoins after coding error on: September 04, 2011, 12:08:09 AM
quite to the contrary captain sarcastic, laws do still have relevance but there is no law that was broken here due to bendavis being the rightful owner because they were signed over to him. Situations like this are unfortunate but the kind of potential gray areas arising with "intent" and involving a governing body are the kinds of things bitcoin was intended to avoid (so in a way, yes, freedom of currency). They are not reversible no matter how badly many in this thread want it to be, in which case i submit that perhaps bitcoin should not be the currency for you if you wish to be able to retrieve your btc after accidentally sending them.

I think Stephen Molyneux has spoken a lot of noninitation of force and nonuse of violence including using others (e.g. police (hint: brutality)) to perform the violent deeds for you.
359  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Exchange accidentally sent 512 bitcoins after coding error on: September 04, 2011, 12:03:51 AM
Exactly, I still can't believe anyone here would have a problem with this.  It stinks that the exchange made an error in their coding but now they know not to make that same mistake again, that's how the free market works.  If we let the government come in and take over bitcoin they will be making laws and regulations about it instantly.  What's next?  Employees of the exchanges being mandated to join a union?

The free market would work exactly how it is in this thread EXCEPT for all the reference to law and legal precedent.  There STILL would be effort to recover the lost/stolen property but instead of resorting to relying on established law governing human species (do laws apply to other animals?  If so, I would like to incriminate some pestering bugs that have been overwhelming me lately.), there would be resorting to other activities liek %$%#$&ing and ^*&*&^%#$ing.
360  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Exchange accidentally sent 512 bitcoins after coding error on: September 03, 2011, 11:56:18 PM
Only when BTCs are purchased for USD or some other property that has human value does the BTC become the property of humans.

If this is true, then if a human initiates the sale of the bitcoins owned by the computer, then that is theft and the computer would have been victimized by the criminal human.
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