Bitcoin Forum
November 12, 2019, 08:51:40 PM *
News: 10th anniversary art contest
 
  Home Help Search Login Register More  
  Show Posts
Pages: « 1 ... 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 [91] 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 ... 189 »
1801  Economy / Economics / Re: HUGE News: President of Venezuela drops petrodollar, unveils official crypto. on: December 04, 2017, 04:41:39 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdtXu2CmEiI

This is pretty huge news. And yes, this is is not a fake, this is the real footage:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUNLSBtdFZY

It's in spanish, unfortunately there are no subtitles. Someone could add them? Im sure a video with subtitles would get a lot of views in the coming hours.

Apparently, it the cryptocurrency will be backed by their own petrol reserves, thus ditching the "petrodollar" to have their own dollar backed cryptocurrency.

Fascinating times to live in. I wonder how this would develop. If someone has more details post below, including a translated video.


Even were the Petro price ZERO, I would be inclined to short it.

Anyone believing a word that Ratbag Maduro says obviously knows nothing of him and Venezuela’s current plight, brought on by thieves Chavez and Maduro.

“Secured” by Venezuela’s oil, LOL....

Don't get me wrong, I know it will most likely be a trainwreck, since the management skills of the Venezuelan government aren't what you would call too bright.

But it's still an interesting to see happening, you are going to see this talked about pretty much worldwide now, and it will put the topic of cryptocurrencies into the mainstream media, and this is always good, even if the news aren't positive or directly have to do with bitcoin.

Case in point, I discovered bitcoin because back then I saw it on the news, they were saying it was used by terrorists, I did some research on the internet and found this forum and I realized how mainstream media was clueless.

If these news can help just 1 person to find bitcoin and do his own research, then it's a positive.
1802  Economy / Economics / HUGE News: President of Venezuela drops petrodollar, unveils official crypto. on: December 04, 2017, 12:16:12 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdtXu2CmEiI

This is pretty huge news. And yes, this is is not a fake, this is the real footage:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUNLSBtdFZY

It's in spanish, unfortunately there are no subtitles. Someone could add them? Im sure a video with subtitles would get a lot of views in the coming hours.

Apparently, it the cryptocurrency will be backed by their own petrol reserves, thus ditching the "petrodollar" to have their own dollar backed cryptocurrency.

Fascinating times to live in. I wonder how this would develop. If someone has more details post below, including a translated video.
1803  Economy / Economics / Re: Dotcom bubble vs crypto: Why BTC is NOT in a bubble on: December 03, 2017, 07:11:08 PM
This simple picture explains how we are not anywhere near a bubble, and a lot of people are panic selling due the round number of $10000:

[~IMG snipped~]

Notice how

1) Dotcom bubble peaked way, way, way higher than peak crypto (as a whole, not only BTC) marketcap.
2) When the dotcom bubble bursted back in 99-2000, the winners like Amazon, make that bubble burst look like a tiny pump in the long run. Bitcoin will do this, and once it's worth millions, a lot of people are going to hate themselves. Just give it a decade or so.


So remember when anyone tells you that "dotcom bubble" nonsense, because Bitcoin will be the Amazon of crypto.

Nice reasoning, but the past doesn't guarantee anything for the future. Sure, the situation looks like your picture's graphs, but Amazon & Apple didn't just rise because people thought they could profit from buying their stocks. No. They rose because of their product.
Bitcoin is rising because of all the stupid people investing it, just to make some money. Only a small percentage of the Bitcoin owners actually uses it for its purpose as a cryptocurrency: To send & receive money.

I know a lot of people who own Bitcoins, but few actually know what Bitcoin is, besides that standard "Cryptocurrency, anonymous, transaction, decentralized, miners, etc", which some don't even know.

It's not that dotcom bubble, but it's a bubble. No one knows when and how..
Maybe the bubble won't explode, as it could just slowly leak all of its air (value) out, shrinking to its actual value or below that, as I predict that another coin will take over its position as the dominant cryptocurrency.

People are only holding it, hoping that its value will rise... But that value will stop rising, once people realize that it's not going to rise forever. People start pulling their money out, starting a chain reaction and you'll have the panic sale we've all been waiting for!
Anyways, I'm a Bitcoin-fan too, but I'm thinking logically & realistically. Bitcoin is in a bubble and people should stop denying that.

Regards,
Trump

Wrong, maybe you are too flat sighted to see how big increments in Bitcoin valuation are due it's uses as an asset class and not as something to transact from A to B. In order for the price to go up, you need big pockets getting in. Look at all the billionaires getting their off-shore accounts getting caught on all of these "Panama Paper" type of leaks, then do the math and realize how all of that money isn't going to suddenly become friends with huge governmental taxes, they will look for an alternative and that alternative is the bitcoin blockchain, because it's the only one with enough decentralization and liquidity. Anyone with enough money to matter is going to choose a blockchain that has a long track record of history, not some experiment, and no other coin can claim Bitcoin's track record, a main reason of why no other coin is going to displace it from #1.

This use case of decentralized gold alone puts it on the trillions/marketcap. And everyday usage for transactions will come next year with the lightning networks. If you do some basic math, you'll see how current numbers are absolutely nothing.

Good luck, just don't be this guy:

1804  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin transaction stuck for 6 days help on: December 03, 2017, 06:43:50 PM
ac129e123cc0ae1ec9140ba5f76e5f28efa3251a78f74943791d1e2d42deb218

Hey can someone please help me confirm the transfer, i used mycelium wallet

I could help you with Bitcoin Core but not with Mycellium... you would need to see if there is any way to replace your fee with an higher fee, or somehow wipe the transaction out similar to what Core can do with zapwallettrx but I doubt it... quoting achow101, Mycellium is listed as a wallet that doesn't have RBF:


Quote
Wallets that do not allow you to or ones that I don't know how to make Full RBF transactions

Not all wallets support the creation of Full RBF transactions. Many wallets do not allow clearing all unconfirmed transactions to allow for making Full RBF transactions. The following is a list of wallet software which do not support Full RBF transactions. If a wallet on this list does support FullRBF transactions, please let me know and provide instructions for that so I can add it above.

    Blockchain.info and web wallets in general
    Electrum (supports Opt-in RBF, but not Full RBF)
    Mycelium
    MultiBit Classic
    Bitcoin Wallet for Android
    Breadwallet
    Copay


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1802212.0


Did you manually select a fee for your transaction or Mycellium choose it automatically? Afaik a transaction cannot be stuck infinitely so if you can't do nothing about it, just wait and it will appear again in your wallet. Or you can try to contact some miner service to mine it for you I guess (never used this method),
1805  Economy / Speculation / Re: Even at 10kUSD, Bitcoin is undervalued by more than 67,000% on: December 03, 2017, 05:29:32 PM
Do you know how crazy it is to say that bitcoin is going to be worth $6,7 million dollars? It is insane, and that is a lot of money. Those who are holding more than 100 bitcoins would have money that they are not even going to be able to count it.

It is not going to reach that price, of course, the whole blockchain and the bitcoin ecosystem is not ready to reach that price, because the system is full of kids and crazy people trying to be millionaires just by investing a few dollars that they daddy's gave to them.

Even $50k is a huge amount of money, but that is a realistic price, not an imaginary price like six millions.


So what? before the computers era, we had Saudi billionaires with 200 Ferraris, golden palaces, and a lot of other absurd wealth and opulence. They did nothing to deserve that but being born on top of some oil mines.

When the computers era started, some guys on their garage became the richest guys in the world: Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, etc, richer than these Saudi billonaires.

If before the computers and internet era, you told someone that these Saudi kings would get surpassed by some nerds on their garages you would have thought the person saying this was insane.

Also, just limiting wealth growth to the context of the dotcom bubble, notice how we haven't seen anything yet.
1806  Economy / Economics / Dotcom bubble vs crypto: Why BTC is NOT in a bubble on: December 03, 2017, 04:52:40 PM
This simple picture explains how we are not anywhere near a bubble, and a lot of people are panic selling due the round number of $10000:



Notice how

1) Dotcom bubble peaked way, way, way higher than peak crypto (as a whole, not only BTC) marketcap.
2) When the dotcom bubble bursted back in 99-2000, the winners like Amazon, make that bubble burst look like a tiny pump in the long run. Bitcoin will do this, and once it's worth millions, a lot of people are going to hate themselves. Just give it a decade or so.


So remember when anyone tells you that "dotcom bubble" nonsense, because Bitcoin will be the Amazon of crypto.
1807  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin transaction stuck for 6 days help on: December 02, 2017, 08:22:09 PM
Hi Guys,

I screwed up! I made a mistake when i set a custom fee (fee isnt high enough) and now i am literally sh**ting my pants. Any ideas on what i can do with this now?

TXID: e43491d240dfb090032d3472b03e032fe7647d5f2ae54594dc8d5da2eac6660b

https://blockchain.info/tx/e43491d240dfb090032d3472b03e032fe7647d5f2ae54594dc8d5da2eac6660b

Please help.

Regards,

What wallet did you use to send the transaction? If the transaction was made from Bitcoin Core, you can use "replace by fee" to send a proper fee to unstuck it. I've never needed to do that. There's also the option of running -zapwallettxes (put -zapwallettxes in front of the bitcoin executable path in a direct access if you are using windows, which I hope you arent) then this would drop the tx and give your money back.

Additionally you can reach for some miner to mine it for you.

If you are not using Bitcoin Core then I cannot help you with that, you will need to contact support of whatever wallet you are using.
1808  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin futures on: December 02, 2017, 07:50:33 PM
When Bitcoin futures are launched, will that keep the price from going up to more than 10K? Traders would like to keep the price stabilized and minimize volatility. The ups and downs should not be more than a few hundred dollars. So, will Bitcoin futures stop Bitcoin from going up sky high?

Im not sure from where did you deduce that "Traders would like to keep the price stabilized and minimize volatility.".

One of the reasons traders love bitcoin is precisely because of the fact that it's really volatile, so you can make a lot of money on these wild swings if you can time the market properly.

Futures will allow a ton of money to come in on the ecosystem, I don't see how this is nothing but bullish. People attempting to manipulate the market to short it will get liquidated, this is not a regular market, manipulation doesn't work when a market global and 24/7. If the old wall st folks are trying to pump it to short it they are going to lose their tshirt.
1809  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: 2019 - the end of 90% altcoin? on: December 02, 2017, 06:01:04 PM
It's just a matter of time, but I think we are too early yet to see any kind of mega bursts of the cryptocurrency market as a whole:



We would need to grow several orders of magnitudes for me to start being worried about a real bubble burst. The real good news is, Bitcoin is the Amazon of crypto, meaning that it will make higher highs after the overall market crash. In fact, it may absorb all the bubbled money on altcoins like we've seen before, but multiplied by x1000. By then LN will be operative and getting funds out of other coins and into BTC will be trivial, fast and cheap. BTC is hitting 6 figures during the next decade, it's pretty obvious at this point.
1810  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Hardware wallets, missing information in every explanation. Help me understand! on: December 02, 2017, 04:58:32 PM


1.  Where does the private keys come from? Are they preloaded on the device when you buy it? In that case. How on earth could you be sure that your device is the ONLY place that exact private key exists?

1) They are generated randomly by the "magic" of ECDSA:

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Private_key#Range_of_valid_ECDSA_private_keys


Im not sure about how a Trezor works because I never used one so im not replying to the other questions.

4. Is it possible to; from a totally offline computer holding the private keys. Make an transaction, move the transaction to a usb key, plug that key in a online machine, publish the transaction to the blockchain, so that the private keys never "touches" a machine with internet access.

Yes, indeed you can, and to follow the rest of your post, you should not use windows, even if the computer will never touch the internet, there's nothing to lose if you put a Linux distro on there. You could get an old laptop and install Lubuntu on it which doesn't consume barely any resources.

I don't see why you would need to write your own program? You could just use Bitcoin Core or Armory to manage offline keys, you generate keys as usual with the GUI, what's tricky is moving the transaction from offline to online computer because there's no GUI support for this. Im trying to learn how to do this with Core as we speak:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2491747.0

The idea is to make the transaction as a raw transaction, and then pass this data on the online computer. I've heard that some people don't use USB, but QR scanner (an USB could be infected, a QR scanner.. I don't see how). They convert the raw transaction into QR code, then read it in the online computer and enter the the raw data into the node and there you have your transaction without your private keys ever touching the internet. I don't really trust devices that were designed to do this (like Trezor), some say im too paranoid, but that's just me, I would rather resort to some old general purpose Linux laptop. Now I just need to learn how to do the whole raw transaction from offline to online computer thing, notice that you can screw up badly if you put the wrong numbers (for example, sending an huge fee by mistake) so I got to learn this like abc before I attempt to do it.

1811  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Wow Cardano gets ADA\ETC pairing. Impressive! on: December 01, 2017, 07:51:37 PM
I usually don't regret not buying altcoins, but I was looking at this one when it was under the radar and never ended pulling the trigger. It's been one of the few coins that has been growing along with bitcoin. I don't know the details for the project, but seems interesting. Of course, I would eventually sell for more bitcoins, wouldn't consider it a long term hold, but I need to make more BTC, and finding cool projects that actually manage to go up against BTC (unlike 99% of altcoins) feels like a success already.

I may buy some POSW, looks like it's looking primed for a second round of a big pump, I may have missed the Cardano moon already.
1812  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Lightning Bitcoin *NEW FORK DECEMBER* LMAO on: December 01, 2017, 07:35:21 PM
This is just getting ridiculous. These people just see Bitcoin Cash having some value to it and they're jumping on the damn fork train. This shit is going to die down so fast. I'm going to be selling it as soon as I claim it.


There's nothing wrong with that. As long as the forks are not using SHA256 (like BCash) then they are not enemies, but experiments, which may be interesting, or may be totally retarded and pointless. But the point is, they are not competition for Bitcoin, they are not trying to call themselves Bitcoin, so let's enjoy the free dividends as real Bitcoin holders. Im up so much just by holding Bitcoin and receiving these forks, I welcome them with open arms. Fork it a billion times if you want, it will only make Bitcoin more valuable (the real one, forks will never get anywhere close to #1 spot. BCash is just a artificially pumped.
1813  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Re: Coinomi Segwit BTG support? on: December 01, 2017, 06:21:49 PM
Anyone aware of when/if Coinomi will support Segwit for BTG addresses?
Tried following a tutorial to sweep/import from my Electrum private key, but the address is segwit and it said it couldn't find it.
At this point just hoping they support this so I can get my BTG since other wallets are also not working.

If you were holding coins on a segwit address before october 24th, then it should show up on the bitcoin gold blockchain at least. Have you confirmed that this is the case?

If this is the case.. then just learn how to do it in electrum. As far as I know, since BTG has replay protection, you don't need to move your coins on the BTC blockchain before moving them into the BTG blockchain, so you can simply import the private key in there and get the keys. I don't know what Coinomi is, but if it's some sort of online exchange, I wouldn't trust it.
1814  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / Re: is my private key compromised with reusing of adresses? on: December 01, 2017, 05:27:26 PM

Im still using the non HD format from the old wallet. In any case, I can't trust hardware that was designed to host bitcoin private keys. Trezor has been caught "phoning home" before:

https[Suspicious link removed]_calling_home/

Why would I need any device when I can get an airgapped computer with libreboot on it to deal with private keys?


I have read that reddit thread, not sure if I understood the conversation correctly.
When using Trezor with Electrum it no longer is "phoning home"?


HW wallet provider/manufacturer has no clue what is your seed ... it's always generated brand new when you start/restart the device. (well, there might be some secret hidden code within the device, but I don't believe it  ... I'm pretty sure it would be already discovered and reported by smart guys here)
But true, nothing is 100%. Not going to lie you. Some major (yet unknown) flaw could exist ... but we can say the very same about BTC protocol.

Must say I'm starting to like your approach ... always sceptical ... good for you.

I think paper wallets became obsolete once HW wallets appeared.


thank you  Grin

I like to approach bitcoin and crypto technology with a mindset of absolutes, I'm propably just slightly above average when it comes to technical understanding of things in crypto compared to the mainstream population,
Someone that is a software engineer propably can achieve much deeper understanding of bitcoin and blockchain and feel much more comfortable with their decision makings.

Speaking of paranoia and always being sceptical, I stored a Trezor device at a relatives home just incase my own home burns down, this trezor has the same seed as my cold storage, this was pre 1.5.2 firmware.
So now it pains me to know there is a small % chance my seed & pin is compromised.
Her husband seems like a good persons however I know they like to argue about money... I can see a dystopian future would be that while I was storing the pre 1.5.2 firmware trezor at their place he would have opened it and recovered the seed and then recovered the seed and pin into a new trezor device, since then I have recovered the Trezor but there was a good 3 month period where my pre 1.5.2 trezor was compromised.
when this article surfaced it reminded me of having had stored a pre 1.5.2 trezor at a relatives home....
https://www.wired.com/video/2017/10/hacking-the-trezor-bitcoin-vault/

Ultimately Ive spent too much time memorizing the SEED, and realisticaly speaking I doubt there is a farm of GPU's bruteforcing my Passphrase.....

I don't know what the mathematical details are when it comes to trying to bruteforce a seed that's generated by the algorithm that Trezor uses, but in general, I don't really like the idea of seeds, let alone brainwallets.

Im going to stick with the wallet.dat approach pretty much forever. Achow said that the new HD format for wallet.dat is not at the risk of being bruteforced to generate it or something like that. I guess I can trust him on this so I will move to the new HD wallet when the new Bitcoin Core that updates your old wallet format into HD format is released.

Also be sure to move your coins if you leave a Trezor somewhere and there's a firmware update and you can't no longer access that Trezor. To be frank I don't even trust the idea of leaving your keys in other places that you don't control. Sure, there's a risk that your house burns, but there's also a risk that your keys get stolen... you never know.

If you have a second residence, you could leave it there, but if someone lives there, I wouldn't trust that.
1815  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Is it safe to reuse a hacked exchange wallet account? on: November 30, 2017, 11:29:55 PM
I had bitcoin stolen by a hacker 1 month ago, I have since set up a stronger PW and 2FA. Also gonna accumulate BTC on a paper wallet. Is it safe to reuse the hacked account to trade? If not, what are the options?


That would depend on how your account got hacked in the first place.

If he

 1. bruteforced your account password, then yes, it should probably be fine.

 2. used a database (https://leakedsource.ru/) for example, to find out the password of your email / exchange, you should probably still be wary.

 3. used social engineering ( although i'm not too sure this is possible with most exchanges), it wouldn't really be safe to use the same account again, as i'd say that the chances of it happening again are pretty big.

I myself would've probably created a new account with a clean email, but you'll need to make your own decision.



If he wants to be sure then he should format his computer and install a Linux distro, something easy if he is a windows user like Ubuntu, just to be safe from proprietary software hacks, if you do that you are avoiding all potential windows exploits.

Of course after that you must be using newly created emails, password and a new account too. This way you will be able to have a peace of mind that if you were under control you are no longer hacked. And don't forget to change your passwords every 6 months at least.
1816  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / How to pass raw transaction from cold storage upon hot node? on: November 30, 2017, 11:18:56 PM
The setup:

2 laptops. One is airgapped, has no wifi card, no ethernet card, no camera, no nothing. A nice Linux distro installed on it with Bitcoin Core, my wallet.dat and all my addresses. This installation has no blockchain files.

The second laptop is an online Bitcoin Core node with the full synced blockchain. Contains watch-only pubkeys from the offline wallet.

Can you please explain, how do I safely make a transaction with this setup?

I figure you must use a raw transaction has seen here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWKuqP-zTFk

But how does it work in the context of the cold storage 2-laptop setup? I can't seem to find any tutorial on this. It would be cool if bitcoin.org had a section on this. I think everyone should learn how to do this, if you are going to use Bitcoin Core as a wallet.

What I definitely don't understand is, how to properly set the fee? Given that I can't use the GUI for this, I can't use the automatic fee calculator that Bitcoin Core uses.

I think Bitcoin devs should spend some time creating a nice GUI layout for those of us that want to use Bitcoin Core as a cold storage setup to manage and sign keys offline. I don't really trust Armory to do this or anything else.
1817  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: How to dump a bunch of addresses in empty wallet? on: November 30, 2017, 04:00:30 PM
I was looking at how to do this myself and I saw this tutorial which might help you:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWKuqP-zTFk

So as you can see, you must make a raw transaction, and after you enter that command and all the details, you get a hash and that string of characters and then you sign the transaction. He does it all on the online wallet tho, so I guess you would need to move that hash into the online node, but don't do anything until you got it clear, I know I will not, hopefully achow can make it clearer.

I also wish that Bitcoin Core work to improve the experience for users that are wanting to use it as a cold storage wallet. Raw transactions aren't user friendly at all. I would like to see this implemented on the GUI. It would be easy to make a mistake while crafting these convoluted commands and end up losing money. In fact, how are you supposed to guess the best fee? you can't use the GUI to get the ideal fee as recommended by Core, you must enter it manually, this is a big problem.

1818  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin's most volatile day EVER! Over $2k in the last 24 hours on: November 30, 2017, 01:14:55 AM
I applied some simple technical analysis to the situation and I was able to make a successful trade. I was just waiting for the dip of near $9000. Since it's impossible to nail a dip exactly, I just used fibonacci retracements and the higher risk the lower you would wait near the $9000 line to buy back in. I ended up buying at $9500, $9230 being the lowest point. Considering we have gone above $10000 again it was a good move, now let's just hope it stays there for a couple of hours to make a further attempt to $11000.

Overall bull trend has not been broken so remember that. We are not on a bear market just because you see some long red candles, trend lines must be broken for that, and they weren't even touched, so we are on a good track to a new ATH in the coming days. Of course, it could be a bear flag formation and we could crash a bit more but who knows, you can't predict the future, only try to guess and you must risk to get some.
1819  Economy / Speculation / Re: $11k? Too fast or just hyped? on: November 30, 2017, 12:22:12 AM
In my opinion that these 11k were artificially made, for some purpose. After correction, bitcoin will drop about 7-8 thousand but it is not exactly. Just a small analysis based on graph


I don't believe the bull pressure is artificial at all. The tether FUD is just that, unfounded FUD. It is true that Bitfinex hasn't had an audit in 3 years and the damn thing could collapse for all I know, but the good news is: it doesn't really matter. The demand is real, and if tether went down, all of this money would go to Bitcoin. Altcoins would suffer the most, Bitcoin would benefit. Tether FUDsters are reading it wrong or being deliverately FUDish to try to crash the price and buy at a cheaper price.
1820  Economy / Speculation / Re: $11k? Too fast or just hyped? on: November 29, 2017, 08:11:56 PM
Are you worried with the current pace of the rise in pricing of Bitcoin? Is it too fast? Are we expecting a dormant Q1 of next year? Any speculation? Share your thoughts below.

LOL the price is getting now so the hype is over. The price is getting down now, I wonder on how long this correction will take place.

This is normal and the thing that you've been worrying now has just happened and it is also quick in going down. I had to sold a small amount at $10,000 and I feel bad that I miss it on $11,000.

Still that's a good price for me, will wait for it's increase after this dip.

We are retracing back to the mid term range channel, which means the line that meets $5555.6 and $7833, so as long as we stay above $9000 we are pretty safe, and it seems we are going up again as we speak.

Looks like the classic figure to test a former top is forming, so I expect us to test $10000+ again in the new hours. All the shorts that were nervous in the brand new 5 figure territory have been liquidated already.
Pages: « 1 ... 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 [91] 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 ... 189 »
Sponsored by , a Bitcoin-accepting VPN.
Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.19 | SMF © 2006-2009, Simple Machines Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!