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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Work colleagues laugh at me getting into Bitcoin on: December 26, 2015, 04:22:55 AM
I tend not to talk to much about it.  I have mentioned it and encouraged them to do their own research to determine if it is something they want to pursue.  Just wait though, you may be the one laughing in the end - all the way to the bank Smiley

Well you can't "win" that, if bitcoin is down it's "I told you so", if it's up you just were lucky. If the people I told about bitcoin back in the days had bought only 10 bucks worth of coin that'd be a quite nice christmas gift now. They still haven't bought any because it's to late anyways (wish I could buy more of that to-late coins now).
Whatever, doesn't matter, you can't change people and most simply won't give a fuck about how money works, just enjoy your extra bucks if you're up and the awesomeness of using bitcoin Grin
2  Economy / Speculation / Re: Critical Levels - EW analysis on: October 30, 2015, 12:29:43 PM
It's interesting watching the charts in this thread invalidated within 24 hours. Where is your God now, Elliot wavers?

Don't hate on EW.  EW is a valuable tool, but there are always multiple counts available.

Just because they are wrong one time doesn't mean you guys should come shit on them. Chessnut and others have done a really good job with their TA and EW. They have to be wrong sometimes, as it's not an exact science. Smiley

I'm taunting him because he keeps using a tone of certainty when he should be more humble.  He is ignoring other valid counts in order to justify his beliefs.  He has been consistently wrong with his last few predictions and doesn't seem to want to revisit his assumptions.

then u r the 1 who is a fool for trusting a random guy on internet with ur $$$$$$$$$$$$$

u should know that no 1 is an Oracle... except that guy in Omaha

Hello, random guy here. You should absolutely trust me with your $$$$$$$$$$$$$.

Sry for trolling Grin
3  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / Re: [ESHOP launched] Trezor: Bitcoin hardware wallet on: June 21, 2015, 12:32:53 PM
Is my understanding correct in that you can have say a sort of 'hot' wallet or rather everyday use wallet (with no password) and then say two further wallets each with their own password. If one starts up the Trezor you then only need to enter the relevant password for the wallet you are trying to access?

yes

If the above is correct, is there a limit on the number of wallets you can have on a single Trezor?

no (not practically at least, it's limited by the maximum amount of possible passwords)
4  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / Re: [ESHOP launched] Trezor: Bitcoin hardware wallet on: June 21, 2015, 12:12:19 PM
Hey all, I just got a trezor and have a question.

Initially set it up w/ only PIN protection. If I enable password protection and leave some funds in the 'non password protected' accounts as well as the newly created 'password protected account'....

How does the recovery process work in this case? When doing the seed recovery process would I check the box 'password encrypted'(or w/e it is) ... if so would this restore both my 'non password protected' & 'password protected' accounts?(even tho the 'non password protected' accounts have no password?)

You should be able to use both "wallets" in parallel (or rather alternatingly) without using the restore process in between. Depending on which pw you use (empty or "something"), a different wallet is loaded. I don't know exactly how it works with myTrezor (I use electrum), but entering a different password (or no password) should do the trick.

Maybe someone who is doing this with myTrezor could chip in?

It doesn't matter if you set 'password encrypted' during recovery, you can change it later after recovery to access your password protected funds. The password function disabled technically is like entering an empty password so you can only access those funds while you have the feature disabled. Enable the feature and your other funds get accessible with the correct password.

tl-dr: yes it works, it will restore both (all) accounts.
5  Local / Trading und Spekulation / Re: Der Aktuelle Kursverlauf on: April 16, 2015, 07:35:15 PM
Es könnte generell ein gefährlicher Irrglaube sein, denn Erfolg oder Misserfolg des Btc anhand des Preises zu messen. Wenn ich mich nicht irre, dann zeigen andere wichtige fundamentale Daten (Anzahl der Benutzer, Anzahl der Transaktionen, usw.) einen deutlichen Fortschritt im Verlauf der Jahre.
Sind auch mehr Coins im Umlauf, das vergrößert bei gleichbleibenden Preisen den Handel. Kritiker meinen, das läge an
[DATA]Exchanges: their way of using a fractional-reserve and generate inflation https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=945881.0

Was sich auf jedenfall verdoppelt ist die Hashleistung, weil einige Spezialisten da HEX Zahlen in allen Permutationen der Groß und Kleinschreibung in die Miningpools durchreichen und das dort alles als valide entgegengenommen wird. Pathetisch. Ein solches Verhalten lässt mich am langfristigen Erfolg zweifeln.
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{"id":102,"method":"mining.submit","params":["eobot.41355", "19", "5e490000", "552ce06a", "c0ad31ee"]}
{"id":102,"method":"mining.submit","params":["eobot.41355", "19", "5e490000", "552ce06a", "c0ad31eE"]}
{"id":102,"method":"mining.submit","params":["eobot.41355", "19", "5e490000", "552ce06a", "c0ad31Ee"]}

lol wtf.

Woher hast du denn die Daten?
6  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / Re: [ESHOP launched] Trezor: Bitcoin hardware wallet on: April 09, 2015, 11:29:51 AM
If you are not paying for the service, you are the market the product, not the customer.
7  Local / Trading und Spekulation / Re: Der Aktuelle Kursverlauf on: January 26, 2015, 11:42:43 PM
"bitcoin?!? HEIII" Cheesy
8  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 07, 2015, 08:28:17 PM
I smell desperation.
9  Local / Trading und Spekulation / Re: Der Aktuelle Kursverlauf on: December 26, 2014, 09:35:41 PM
Bei einer Aktie bewerte ich für mich, ob ich diese für teuer oder billig halte, anhand der Fundamentaldaten und meiner subjektiven Prognose, wie es in Zukunft für dieses Unternehmen weitergehen wird. Bei Bitcoin habe ich keine Daten wie ein Kurs-Gewinn-Verhältnis und muss mich daran orientieren, welche Realverbreitung er im Zahlungsverkehr und als "neues" Geld an sich hat und haben wird. Und da bin ich weit pessimistischer als viele hier, dass er je eine relevante Rolle spielen oder gar das traditionelle Geldsystem erschüttern wird. Mit diesen ganzen Träume, Hoffnungen und Erwartungen war er beim ATH jedoch bis Oberkante Unterlippe gefüllt. Und ich fürchte, selbst bei gut $300 ist er es immer noch ... Die Zukunft wird's zeigen.
Bitcoin ist noch im Anfangsstadium und verbreitet sich immer weiter. Das ist Fakt. Jetzt muss jeder für sich entscheiden ob der Kurs gerechtfertigt ist oder nicht. Die Fundamentaldaten die es gibt reichen mir um zu entscheiden ob ich kaufe oder nicht.

Was die Verbreitung angeht würde ich mir wünschen, dass ich hier in der Region endlich mal mit BTC bezahlen könnte. Laut Coinmap müsste ich bis zur nächsten Akzeptanzstelle erstmal rund 70 km fahren. Hier in Mitteldeutschland sieht es mit BTC-Stellen ziemlich mau aus Sad. Schau ich mir dagegen die Abdeckung in den USA an, dann kann man da schon mehr mit BTC anfangen als bei uns (den Eindruck habe ich zumindest). Soweit ich weiß stehen die Amis neuen Technologien aber sowieso offener gegenüber als wir.
Hoffentlich tut sich in der nächsten Zeit auch mal was bei uns Tongue. Ich würde mein Essen gern mal mit BTC bezahlen Cheesy. Immer wieder diese dummen Euros Undecided Vor kurzem hing auf dem Weihnachtsmarkt ein Schild "Wir akzeptieren auch DM". Mir wäre es aber lieber gewesen, wenn da gestanden hätte "Wir akzeptieren auch Bitcoin".

Bitcoin hat auch einen wesentlich Vorteil gegenüber den Länderwährungen. Ich glaube auf ZDF gab's vor einiger Zeit mal eine Doku, was passieren würde, wenn Deutschland aus der Eurozone austreten und die DM wieder einführen würde. Das Ergebnis war, dass der Export komplett einbrechen würde, weil die DM einfach zu viel Wert wäre. So gesehen profitieren nicht nur die schwachen Euroländer von Deutschland, sondern Deutschland auch von den schwachen Euroländern. Bitcoin ist dagegen eine internationale "Währung" und deshalb weitgehend unabhängig von der Bewertung eines einzigen Landes.
naja, die Verbreitung ausserhalb des Internets könnte besser sein, aber im Internet verbreitet es sich rasend. Gestern wollte ich mir bei http://www.onlinetvrecorder.com/ ein paar Filme aussuchen und siehe da, seit 23.12.2004 kann man dort sein Konto mit BTC auffüllen.


Die Gebühren für BTC Zahlungen sind allerdings unverschämt (25%).
10  Economy / Speculation / Re: Gold collapsing. Bitcoin UP. on: December 24, 2014, 12:59:20 PM
I use http://www.issihosts.com/haveged/ to get more entropy (based on "processor flutter").
11  Economy / Speculation / Re: rpietila Calling the Bottom on: September 02, 2014, 09:55:46 PM
It doesn't feel to me that we really have 'blood in the streets' yet.  Remember what it was like after the rally to 266 when in early July we were trading in the 60's?  I don't think there's anywhere near as much despair here now as their was then....

I remember well. I even panic-sold some coins.

I don't feel that panic yet at all, I'm quite calm in fact. So I agree: we're not there yet.

...


+1, despair's still missing (if my guts can be trusted), but personally I don't feel too comfortable after breaking below 500. I wouldn't be surprised if after some further continuous decline we find the bottom in a flash crash down to those low mid 300s some people are predicting.
As a hardcore hodler you know the market is in despair when your mental attitude switches from "*hark* *hark* all those cheap coins, come to daddy!" to "oh crap better sell some now this thing could actually go down, better safe than sorry".  Grin

edit: typo
12  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / Re: [ESHOP launched] Trezor: Bitcoin hardware wallet on: August 18, 2014, 07:41:48 PM
Is there a way to toggle the "request-password"-flag in the trezor without reinitializing it?
As no-password results in the same wallet as an empy password it would be nice to be able to switch between the settings (without having to generate a new seed).

What makes you think that the "no password" is the same wallet as an "empty password"? I doubt it is true. If you switched that flag, you would probably loose access to your "no password" account. Just reinitialize the device with the passphrase enabled.

1. It makes sense because the wallet is based on seed + password (probably put through some hashing functions).
2. I tried it  Smiley


edit: typo
13  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / Re: [ESHOP launched] Trezor: Bitcoin hardware wallet on: August 18, 2014, 07:11:40 PM
Is there a way to toggle the "request-password"-flag in the trezor without reinitializing it?
As no-password results in the same wallet as an empy password it would be nice to be able to switch between the settings (without having to generate a new seed).
14  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / Re: [ESHOP launched] Trezor: Bitcoin hardware wallet on: August 14, 2014, 10:54:56 PM
Keithers, did you delete your cookies after the trezor was plugged in? Or is your chromium setup to automatically delete cookies when closing (there's a checkbox for this somewhere in the settings)?
15  Local / Trading und Spekulation / Re: Der Aktuelle Kursverlauf on: August 14, 2014, 05:58:12 PM
https://www.google.de/trends/explore#q=bitcoin
16  Local / Trading und Spekulation / Re: Der Aktuelle Kursverlauf on: August 13, 2014, 06:15:16 PM
War allerdings ne Wiederholung vom 24.2.2014
17  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / Re: [ESHOP launched] Trezor: Bitcoin hardware wallet on: August 10, 2014, 11:48:57 AM
However: should you make a mistake and have to enter re-do the whole process, the random words will be known to a keylogger, because trezor chooses different random words every time. So the words identical between the 2 restore-processes (1 failed, 1 succeeded) will be the seed words.

With a 12 word seed theres only 12! = 479,001,600 combinations. So better not "try again" after a failed restore from seed on the same machine if you have a short seed like that... or just just 24 word seed to be safe.


Definitely needs that offline recovery tool

Or a 36 seed recovery.

Another possibility would be that a certain TREZOR has hardware specific "random words" in the seed recovery. So even if you recover twice on the same trezor, the attacker wouldn't know what the wrong words were.

The random words could probably be derived from the seed (hash("some data, no matter what, but always the same" + <seed> + <last-iteration-result-if-set>) and repeat a gazillion times or something like that) so that they stay the same for every recovery of a specific seed.

edit: Just rethought that. This wouldn't work as the new trezor doesn't know the seed yet and can't calculate the random words.
18  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / Re: [ESHOP launched] Trezor: Bitcoin hardware wallet on: August 10, 2014, 11:40:56 AM
However: should you make a mistake and have to enter re-do the whole process, the random words will be known to a keylogger, because trezor chooses different random words every time. So the words identical between the 2 restore-processes (1 failed, 1 succeeded) will be the seed words.

With a 12 word seed theres only 12! = 479,001,600 combinations. So better not "try again" after a failed restore from seed on the same machine if you have a short seed like that... or just just 24 word seed to be safe.


Definitely needs that offline recovery tool

Or a 36 seed recovery.

Another possibility would be that a certain TREZOR has hardware specific "random words" in the seed recovery. So even if you recover twice on the same trezor, the attacker wouldn't know what the wrong words were.

I just discovered random words are not used on 24 word seed. Maybe random words are used just to fill up to 24 words? Would make sense.


Yup. See the link to the source in this post https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=122438.msg8243169#msg8243169
19  Bitcoin / Armory / Re: Armory - Discussion Thread on: June 16, 2014, 08:14:51 PM
I'd recommend to encrypt the swap (maybe with a passphrase instead of a random one time password, I don't trust the entropy pool while booting up). No swap at all might get nasty if you hit your ram constraints.
20  Bitcoin / Armory / Re: Armory - Discussion Thread on: March 03, 2014, 10:03:59 PM
If I create a transaction (on armory version >= 0.91) to spend coins to a P2SH address, will an offline v0.90 armory installation be able to sign it?
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