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1  Economy / Reputation / Re: The BCT PGP/GPG Public Key Database: Stake Your PGP Key Here on: June 14, 2016, 08:35:39 PM
lol, why are you using keybase

My keys are imported there only for easy verification of signed messages by anyone who wishes to.

and why are you manually changing the Version comment from Keybase OpenPGP v2.0.53 to GnuPG v2 on your signed messages?

As mentioned earlier, I didn't sign that message from Keybase. I have used GnuPG for signing that and I will be using GnuPG for signing and encrypting. I serve Keybase as another keyserver only.
2  Other / Meta / Re: blazr account hacked or just change ownership ??? on: June 14, 2016, 08:34:10 PM
Facepalm for all those who predicted my account got sold via seclog.



-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
This is Blazr (u=51908) form Bitcointalk.org. Today is June 14, 2016.

My account is neither compromised nor sold. It won't be ever sold in future.
My PGP key is same as was before with the fingerprint: 851E59A14E6891925754700A5C34AC7629163393

The reason behind my password change is because I have created a new email (blazr2048@gmail.com) for my account and I won't be renewing my domain (blazrnet.com) which was allocated for my older email (blazr@blazrnet.com) after December 08, 2016. I'm still controlling that email but after its expiry, anyone claiming anything from that old email address or sending emails from it will be an impostor. (who might rebuy that domain)
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
16EJ8oEeFpGU6TcQKHMBedZTbVGRwHCWaZ
HK4zISGj1VcCdDyNXM76u7zzaGgbLMkG/zE1hqUJ0jPvX77GVxLVXxs54JR9Xr3pzae3z6jGHPpmmghy9o9hVzQ=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----

The above message is signed from one of the old addresses posted here; https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=875272.msg10043839#msg10043839

And here is its PGP countersigned message:

Code:
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA256

- -----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
This is Blazr (u=51908) form Bitcointalk.org. Today is June 14, 2016.

My account is neither compromised nor sold. It won't be ever sold in future.
My PGP key is same as was before with the fingerprint: 851E59A14E6891925754700A5C34AC7629163393

The reason behind my password change is because I have created a new email (blazr2048@gmail.com) for my account and I won't be renewing my domain (blazrnet.com) which was allocated for my older email (blazr@blazrnet.com) after December 08, 2016. I'm still controlling that email but after its expiry, anyone claiming anything from that old email address or sending emails from it will be an impostor. (who might rebuy that domain)
- -----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
16EJ8oEeFpGU6TcQKHMBedZTbVGRwHCWaZ
HK4zISGj1VcCdDyNXM76u7zzaGgbLMkG/zE1hqUJ0jPvX77GVxLVXxs54JR9Xr3pzae3z6jGHPpmmghy9o9hVzQ=
- -----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v2

iQEcBAEBCAAGBQJXYGmnAAoJEJrhnjctelMVwWEH/j0nJy6C9HoBOAGIpbRlhwYj
Fwgkl30fN57nX9LCK3N4RyGNKqrmzzxlDK1SsIPmTtsJsY/XwSiM7J5j/0L6My4O
CHdcWsP21WgcqWwh9d8bAymvLz2h3NuLBzJxJwpKAvVWGxrrDqupQpVZrfKC1S6T
ucruDovrKhW3sIobjLxdHko4DmHxs9B9fY2M6qBqxTMkxledIdPoLcEopuEgXzLe
DNLrXF1xcrQoZ22jg9Hg5jP3zlHPUBSazlEiK5xll4+czgQNSyicCcJsFKaMcdM1
bs2jB3cm2c6TlodUsnvSgs/B3rTqoTKK3aY5ALRMzcj/i6HfXRZx2Vxur8denaA=
=EWNh
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----



I noticed that In last "trust list"  he exclude me from his trust list , I found strange because we never communicated before ,  and there is no other touchpoint through people of our  trust list.

I sent you a pm this morning with my reasons. Since your argument was quite discerning, I withdrew my exclusion.

Quote
He returned  4th June, after 6 month inactivity.(2 November, 2015)

My family needed me during that period. Something happened with my family which I cannot discuss here.

Quote
June 04, 2016, 06:38:33 PM - Blazr - password reset via email

I changed my email and requested for a reset.

Quote
And almost instant staked new pgp signed message with new coinbase https://keybase.io/blazr

That's not a new key on Keybase. I only imported my key there for easy verification/encryption, since I generally receive messages from most people asking how to verify a PGP signed message.

Quote
he create brand new twitter account https://twitter.com/blazr2048 and
brand new redidit https://www.reddit.com/user/blazr_bct

Started to diversify myself on various platforms.
Can't I do so?

Quote
and finally another strangeness   in June 08, 2016 created  this account https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=856594

That's not me. Somebody is trying to take advantage of my password change maybe?

If not, it is possible his email was hacked and the hacker is setting up new proofs for a scam.

Not hacked until now.
But might get out of my reach after its expiry on December.

I understand that the "real" blazr was using tor for at least the last year.

I'm using tor now as well.

LOL check this out.

June 04, 2016, 06:38:33 PM - Blazr - password reset via email

June 04, 2016, 07:15:35 PM - Very first post made by Blazr is edited and changed to this

Adios amigo's!

June 04, 2016, 07:51:20 PM - Blazr - password changed

Adios Blazr.

Does that edit imply my account being sold?

In that case I may have sold my account on October 04, 2015 as well?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=64630.msg759143#msg759143
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=68177.msg794585#msg794585

theymos should really disable the ability to edit posts that are at least 1 year old.

/s

Here, let me know if you find some extra gold from the archives:

https://bitcointa.lk/threads/sold.45710/
https://bitcointa.lk/threads/bitcointalk-free-cycle-one-mans-trash-is-another-mans-treasure.45773
https://bitcointa.lk/threads/fixed.47469/

And do you mind explaining such a long absence on your side as well?

https://i.imgur.com/T5rKQef.png

followed by a password change; https://i.imgur.com/ol0Cki4.png

It really looks like the account changed ownership. Maybe something related with this?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1496414.0
I don't think it would be that sale, since the numbers don't quite match up (The post mentions >2000 posts, where as Blazr only has 1933 and the activity is significantly lower than Blazr's). If it was an account sale, I believe that it would be this one, since the numbers match up more nicely.

It's hard to tell though, considering there are THREE DT account sales happening now. Some people in this community are fucking awful sometimes.

Neither of the threads are related with my account.
Left negative trust to both the sellers for selling their DT accounts.

I think the Blazr username should be removed from DT.
No accounts that have DT should be allowed to be sold/transferred as a DT member.

Yes, they can freely remove me from their respective trust lists if they are still paranoid about me being real.
3  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: -RESOLVED- YOBIT scammed me -and not only- during DCR withdraw on: June 08, 2016, 07:23:37 PM
Im curious, why after being inactive since November last year you decided to come back and start off by giving someone negative rep? They might not be the most reliable exchange, but plenty of people use them with no problems.

Can't I take a long leave from this forum and spend time with my family (which was much needed during that period)?

I left a negative rep based on this accusation and since OP had it resolved, I removed it. Isn't that how a trust system is supposed to work after all?
4  Economy / Reputation / Re: The BCT PGP/GPG Public Key Database: Stake Your PGP Key Here on: June 07, 2016, 08:11:38 PM
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA256

I'm on Keybase currently: https://keybase.io/blazr
The fingerprint is same as before.
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v2

iQEcBAEBCAAGBQJXVx+NAAoJEJrhnjctelMV0Y4IAJlddZEg48ZNYS5jQLCpQjPt
6VJVsqvVoXLiGHMDmBS9ku/Vv4ZiNpx54eYwrDhpg9Iz22vHeIKPS2lWBCy4U/vK
3nPH6p3L04Q3gaOAkM5LrkEtstqJnW02JrOsuv+uVuSDvkgD5a1tOhkIB+LOFM/d
+c02unfmzX8HVdP5tYITlhwlyaeKRzFSlg8Lk/I0Xicb4lmno087IHAL/7AurR95
IaaW3k7yMXCysFeEXr6TLbbu087gJt/8oGDmDY3HXKvtRaWY8bjcxqwaDGv7FRbX
KdNWBVv0nIYQirCLe9zzaewDfzNmzGq899yTRd4FYRCPHnFmEsHpx319fiwnwVM=
=joI0
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
5  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Muhammed Zakir owes me some btc on: June 07, 2016, 05:51:37 PM
So what happened to Zakir exactly?
I was pretty worried initially. Hope he is alright now.
6  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: -RESOLVED- YOBIT scammed me -and not only- during DCR withdraw on: June 07, 2016, 05:19:19 PM
What's more surprising is that they contacted me, asking for a reason to the negative trust that I left earlier, instead of addressing their concerned traders.

Reason of negative trust?

Since the issue is resolved I left a neutral trust to make everyone aware of their shady practices.
7  Other / Meta / Re: Dorrittulx - Allegedly hacked senior member used for massive ref spam. on: June 07, 2016, 05:12:09 PM
i am not hacked m8 just tryin to get some refs faster after i scammed some btc

Your ego is certainly a fail with this one.
Enjoy your ban.
8  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [SCAM ALERT] Green-trust member GordonBM on: June 05, 2016, 10:13:37 PM
Real account owner talking here.

I got hacked by some random Syrian asshole from ISIS or some retard group I guess.
I changed my password now, but I don't want to continue with this account and want to have it suspended.
Can mods do this?

I'm sorry for all the people that got scammed with this account.
I had not logged in for like 3 months, I came back and my PM inbox was full with scam accusations.

Safest thing is to just remove this account.
Lol, things don't work that way, scamming others and then telling that your account got hacked and that u want to get ur account deleted to remove all possible tracks that leads to your personal information. You have no proof of your account being hacked, u could have changed the passowrd by yourself and fake the hack.

Thats is very true and unfortunatly I cannot prove anything. But surely mods would be able to see the ip used when this account was used for scamming.
I have a belgian ip, but then you could of course say i used a vpn...
But as you can see in this thread, they might have already figured out my account got hacked.
But yeah, I'm pretty fucked 'cause i can't prove anything.

Just don't do trades or loans with me, cause i'm pretty sure this fag hacker will strike again.


Looks like TF strikes again! Roll Eyes

/s
9  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Hillary Clinton supporters endorse Shakira Law in the United States! on: November 03, 2015, 04:57:05 PM
Shakira law? is that like 'thou hips shall not lie'?
10  Other / Off-topic / Re: Potential of a RPI cluster ? on: October 12, 2015, 08:19:46 PM
Umm... potential what exactly?
11  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: CEG5952/xarca/poeEDgar farming trust, faking trades and claiming multipel giveaw on: October 12, 2015, 07:22:13 PM
I'm not really affected by your accusation. My conscience is clean and yours are tarnished. You are just pulling everyone down as much as you could with your downfall. Anyway, I just saw this thread and wanted to post and mess around quickseller abit. Man I really thought you were legit but it seems that you turned out to be the hidden devil of the community after all.

And no I'm not poeEDgar just so we are clear (I know you know it). No matter how much you push me down, I won't take your bait nor anyone on this board will believe in you again. Sorry man but that's just how it is. Trust farming for myself? Not really my genre mate. I don't even find it profitable on a large scale.

If you aren't poeEDgar then he must have sold the account. Did you buy this account? do you have any records of the sale?
12  Other / Meta / Re: Replacing DefaultTrust on: October 12, 2015, 12:20:36 PM
It is very easy to fake trades here, and many scammers give themselves fake trust feedback. This is somewhat mitigated on eBay because it cost money to engage in a trade (you need to pay the eBay fees), although that is not to say that all eBay trades are legitimate.

Feedback buying and account buying/selling on eBay is actually quite common.  On eBay the feedback number displayed next to your username is a total of your buying/selling feedback, so buying stuff increases it. So many sellers will list ebooks for sale for $0.01. Other sellers then buy $10 worth these ebooks to get 1,000 feedback or so to prop up their reputation. IMO the eBay feedback system does have some advantages over the system here but it wouldn't work here and it still has widespread manipulation and is favorable for sellers (for example eBay lets high trust high volume sellers delete a set number of feedback per year to remove fake feedback) .
13  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: CEG5952/xarca/poeEDgar farming trust, faking trades and claiming multipel giveaw on: October 12, 2015, 12:06:25 PM
But still I am not sure that presents a strong evidence to support the accusation.

I would then recommend you make a new thread and ask Bitcoin experts if those two addresses are part of the same wallet and what that actually means, and then you should be able to determine for yourself how likely it is that they are the same person. To me its pretty clear that these accounts are the same person however you need to be able to understand the evidence to determine that for yourself. I don't see how you can say it isn't strong evidence when you clearly do not understand it.
14  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: CEG5952/xarca/poeEDgar farming trust, faking trades and claiming multipel giveaw on: October 12, 2015, 11:55:29 AM
It doesn't work. My bitcoin address shows as part of https://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/MtGoxAndOthers Tongue

Maybe rely on sensible sites?

This is kind of offtopic. I would recommend you make a new thread if you want to ask how to determine if two addresses are in the same wallet. The website does work. If you get the response MtGoxAndOthers then that means your address is part of a websites wallet or you used coinjoin or another mixer that works similarly.

https://blockchain.info/tx/18889c17d0e46e5323699a97b3d195a3905dfb327c0aade66cbc0550591f4693

This tx shows  1D2vzaHSedPqRuwMaHQHGsdgBgMQoyeshd (poedgar) and 1CzG3gGAkSy1Tpq4SDbQRF1bP8AVH3r2bg are in the same wallet.

https://blockchain.info/tx/0d399b5c652c65b62b6c141943a52b5d5e694a98fe5ee8b7d2cce2523eebdc11

This tx shows 1CzG3gGAkSy1Tpq4SDbQRF1bP8AVH3r2bg and 1GFLGFz7c9GE8ZGffZ6xS3Wp3crQyyLLvH (habeler) are in the same wallet
15  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: CEG5952/xarca/poeEDgar farming trust, faking trades and claiming multipel giveaw on: October 12, 2015, 11:40:03 AM
I didn't quite get it. Any hints?

...all of those addresses belong to the same Bitcoin wallet ...

tx?

1D2vzaHSedPqRuwMaHQHGsdgBgMQoyeshd has just 2 transactions.

This website groups addresses into wallets:

https://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/008079b36d4fdaef/addresses

As you can see those 3 addresses are in the same wallet.
16  Other / Meta / Re: Pinning Terminology in Beginners and Help on: October 12, 2015, 11:37:28 AM
That threads needs some updating I think but for sure I think a stickied terminology thread would be useful as a lot of terms are misused by newbies which causes confusion, for example words like brainwallet/paperwallet.
17  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: CEG5952/xarca/poeEDgar farming trust, faking trades and claiming multipel giveaw on: October 12, 2015, 11:08:27 AM
I have long been suspicious of this user and his alts. This one looks pretty clear cut, all of those addresses belong to the same Bitcoin wallet and reviewing the posts of each account shows many more indications they belong to the same person. There is plenty of evidence to show that CEG and Habeler are alts of PoeEDgar. He tried to escrow for himself, even though he is of the opinion that this is deceptive and fraudulent. The fact that he would attempt to do something that he preaches is untrustworthy says it all. This is much worse than "faking an escrow" because he attempted to fake the entire trade pretending to be all parties in the trade. Clearly shows him to be a dishonest hypocrite.

Escrowing deals as one of the interested parties under the pretense of being a disinterested third party is deceptive and fraudulent.


Another potential alt:

AceWallen
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=131681
https://archive.is/VOh9Y
Bitcoin address on profile page is in the same wallet as the other alts.
18  Other / Meta / Re: Someone from DefaultTrust just killed my pot. Sr. Member account for no reason! on: October 07, 2015, 09:51:05 PM
you don't break a single rule and some dicklicker still leaves you bad trust.

Yes thats totally true in many cases people do get negative trust even though they haven't broken any rules.

One example would be scammers, since scamming isn't strictly against the rules.
19  Other / Meta / Re: Trust List Analysis - Alt Account Identification on: October 05, 2015, 12:50:02 PM
bbithashie10.6neg_Vod&neg_Blazrneg_Vod&neg_Blazr
Though bbit did not initially belong to hashie. It was bought.

Hmm I dont know about that... I don't think bbit was bought. I was the one who outed hashie originally and most evidence I've seen points to hashie and bbit being two separate individuals.

Glancing through this list I see a few other accounts that I know for sure aren't alts. Nice idea but it isn't very accurate at all. Maybe you aren't thinking about this the right way, take a look at this one:

ahmedbodiVERUMinNUMERIS0.561.95ahmed_bodi&mrbodimarkm&frobley&kelsey&ahmed_bodi&deadsea33&Vlad2Vlad&Dexter44&cinnamon_carter&
er&IXC2XIC&mrcashking&SolomonRising

I would think that ahmed_bodi and mrbodi would more likely be alts of ahmedbodi rather than VERUMinNUMERIS.
20  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: Why does it say i'm on a proxy on: October 05, 2015, 11:08:12 AM
tl;dr proxy detection sucks.
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