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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / [ANN][ICO] BTCWALL over protected bitcoin storage [25 SEPTEMBER TOKEN SALE] on: September 06, 2017, 09:18:50 AM
The announcement is posted at the request of the user btcwall.io, as his account will not be allowed to post pictures,I really liked their project and I decided to help them:


https://youtu.be/32jUKDJ8Agg
https://youtu.be/pyXYd5aXLyI
https://youtu.be/Cy6JkldaWOU
https://youtu.be/QpxzQR4Qg4I
https://youtu.be/JdLjDzD1eB4

We present to you our BTCWALL project for the reliable protection of the bitcoins of owners from all existing threats, as well as from the new much more dangerous promising ones that will appear in the near future.

We ask all owners of crypto-currencies to first of all get acquainted with the scientific work written by our cyber security specialists http://btcwall.io/whitepaperENG.pdf.

Our research has shown that the line between cyber crime and the usual will be washed away in the near future, since the cost of 1 bitcoin exceeded the psychological mark when even the criminals of the lowest rank start paying close attention to the owners of bitcoins. In the nearest future mainstream of crime will be selection of bitcoins from their owners by any means including killing in case of refusal to pay. That's why we decided to create our BTCWALL project because it's important to take care of our security now before it's too late.

Discovered by us new threats that will become the mainstream of the criminal world:

blood hat hackers a new kind of cyber criminals who for profit are not limited to the usual theft or extortion through the Internet. They work closely with or are part of the usual crime, and are engaged in tracking down bitcoin owners for the purpose of robbing, kidnapping, torturing or even killing them if they fail to steal your bitcoins via the Internet or if they have the technical skills to do so and they prefer a simpler, faster and more reliable way of selecting your savings.

#murderware a new kind of programs of extortionists whose appearance was predicted by experts btcwall.io in 2017. Such malicious programs distributed by bloody hackers will search for traces using bitcoins in the system and information about the owner of the computer. In case of detection of bitcoins (if they can not be stolen), they will demand sending some of the funds or all the bitcoins to criminals, otherwise the victim is threatened to be killed through anonymous exchange of murders for not a small percentage of the bitcoins received from the already paid ransom. Similar programs can use blockchain to compile the base of all bitcoin owners, as well as those who have already paid the ransom.  


Our goal is to protect the owners of bitcoins from all existing threats and new ones looking much more dangerous, such as #murderware and blood hat hackers.

BTCWALL will become not only the most reliable bitcoin storage but also the first commercial wallet for bitcoins. This is the first wallet that will hide the use of bitcoins to protect against #murderware, and the wallet will also have a built-in response center that will analyze and send information to the police if you are tortured or robbed. And in the future will have its own private security company to ensure the safety of the owners of bitcoins. And of course your bitcoins can not be stolen remotely, it only works with the constant use of cold storage, is easy to use and has additional security and anonymity built into it.

To create a service for protecting bitcoins and their owners, the platform will issue 80 million tokens within the ICO (destruction of the unsold balance at the end). 40% of the profits from the created BTCWALL purse and services complementing it will be distributed among all owners of BTCW tokens. BTCW tokens will be supported by the BTCWALL wallet, used for the work of the built-in anonymous exchange in the purse, for payment of premium subscriptions for BTCWALL services and for payment of the services of an international private security company. Every new crime against the owners of bitcoins that got into the press creates a demand for tokens and services of BTCWALL.

The planned profit, depending on the amount of funds raised, ranges from  270,000,000 $ to  1,570,000,000 $ for the first year, or from 7,850% to 13,500%, profits will come from sold wallet licenses, premium subscriptions, services of a private security company , and the built-in anonymous distributed exchange in the wallet.

We plan to raise from $ 2,000,000 to $ 60,000,000 (see the road map for details)

Information about the development team bounty campaign will appear later on our website.

pre-ICO will take place in September 2017, a discount of 70%

WEBSITE: http://www.btcwall.io
WHITE PAPER: http://btcwall.io/whitepaperENG.pdf,  http://btcwall.io/whitepaperRUS.pdf.
TWITTER: https://twitter.com/btcwall
TELEGRAM: https://t.me/joinchat/E1xbSAtny4NewcUF1waTwg
SLACK: https://join.slack.com/t/btcwallworkspace/signup /MjI5NzY4MTMyNTI4LTE1MDM0NzE3NDUtODMzYzVmZDhlZg
YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCybHHD6mPD_lt-JLP66YvOw


pre-ICO STARTING 25 September  !
pre-ICO will continue until 1 000 000 token sold.

This is the pre-ICO contract address you should send ETH to:

0xDcFb39b42f44f654d8Dd96dfE9Ba37Da3756c262

after your make investment, you will get BTCW tokens on your etherium address instantly (after few minutes).

pre-ICO -70% price, starting 25.09.2017
pre-ICO 1 token = price 0.30$ or 1 eth = 459 BTCW token
minimum invest = 0.30$ or 0.0021786492374728 eth
pre-ICO BTCW token supply distribution 1 000 000 (300.0000$ or 2178 eth with disount 70%)


2  Economy / Lending / Re: need 16 BTC loan, 1 week pay back 18 BTC on: January 28, 2012, 06:32:45 AM
Was just informed of this thread.  Your assessment was correct BurtWagner, my forum account was compromised.  Need to get used to operating securely in the wild west that is Bitcoin.  -_-
3  Economy / Lending / need 16 BTC loan, 1 week pay back 18 BTC on: January 25, 2012, 01:47:53 PM
need 16 BTC loan, I will pay back in 1 week

send it to : 17mczuqJ2qoT9DXSi7x1WfWKXdsngpiqq2
After you send it post below your BTC address where I need to send the 18 BTC in 1 week
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Another Mt.Gox phishing scam... on: January 14, 2012, 02:01:23 AM
Got that one, didn't notice the url, and an hour later:
"[Mt.Gox] Withdraw from your account epii"

 Lips sealed I cannot describe how stupid I feel right now.  This is what I get for not reading the forums and for reading emails when I'm half asleep...
5  Bitcoin / Mining / Interesting milestone on: August 29, 2011, 12:15:50 AM
I do believe this will be the first time the difficulty has ever dropped two times in a row.
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Augustus, we have a problem! on: August 20, 2011, 12:36:21 AM
Forto En Numeros... that's it in Esperanto, I think.

Forto En Numeroj.  

Yeah, I hate the -j for plurals, too.  Hey, how about an Esperanto fork!  Scamanto.
Nombroj - numbers [of things]; cardinal numbers
Numeroj - numerals; ordinal numbers
Ciferoj - ciphers, figures, digits

If the emphasis is on many people, it should be nombroj.  If the emphasis is on encryption, it should be ciferoj.

If... everything's in order, it should be numeroj?
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Augustus, we have a problem! on: August 19, 2011, 11:09:37 PM

"damn intuition sometimes is dead wrong" said I after looking at this  http://www.google.co.uk/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=%22in+numeris+vires%22

 Embarrassed


but note how efficient G has became lately

Really, it's freightening...

spiccioli.

Also, I think I speak for everyone when I say, get that stick out of your ass.  We'd have capitulated to your point sooner if you hadn't been so sanctimonious about it.
On the other hand, I respect that you didn't flame me back, spiccioli.  Sorry for the snark.
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Augustus, we have a problem! on: August 19, 2011, 05:00:46 PM

"damn intuition sometimes is dead wrong" said I after looking at this  http://www.google.co.uk/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=%22in+numeris+vires%22

 Embarrassed


but note how efficient G has became lately

Really, it's freightening...

spiccioli.

Also, I think I speak for everyone when I say, get that stick out of your ass.  We'd have capitulated to your point sooner if you hadn't been so sanctimonious about it.
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Augustus, we have a problem! on: August 19, 2011, 04:58:28 PM
A peek at a Latin dictionary confirms what spiccioli is saying about vires meaning "forces" in the military sense.

Just out of curiosity, how would one say, "you flourish (vireo) in numbers?"
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Augustus, we have a problem! on: August 19, 2011, 04:40:47 PM
Forto En Numeros... that's it in Esperanto, I think.
Actually, that would be "Forto En Nombroj" (strength in numbers [of things]) or "Forto En Ciferoj" (strength in figures / digits).

Even if it's dog Latin that I originally used internet groupthink to translate, I'm thrilled that my "Vires in Numeris" motto has caught on as well as it has.  Cheesy
11  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Google going Bitcoin? on: August 11, 2011, 07:36:41 PM
I'm working at Google, and while I don't have any news about people here talking about the company endorsing Bitcoin (and, even if I did, it'd almost certainly be confidential), I do know that there are at least several dozen Google employees who are familiar with Bitcoin and following it in the news.
12  Economy / Speculation / Re: $/BTC Time Series Analysis on: August 09, 2011, 01:08:54 AM
Following this...
13  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Getting a gun store to accept Bitcoins on: August 04, 2011, 08:42:44 PM
I'm curious whether all of the regulations on gun sellers would limit what payment options they're allowed to legally accept?  Don't know much about this topic.
14  Economy / Economics / Re: Bitcoin Price Drop on: August 03, 2011, 07:29:38 PM
Anyone not factoring in the shift away from GPU mining right now aren't doing their homework.

Neither is anyone expecting an instant shift to ASIC mining on a large scale.  No startup is going to be able to offer cost-effective ASIC chips right out the door.

A $2000 ASIC rig that performs 1/4 as well as a $2000 GPU rig is only worthwhile in the very-long-term due to energy savings.  It's like spending $40,000 on solar panels to 'save money'.

<clairvoyancehat>
I think it will be at least 6 months before you can buy an ASIC miner at all, and it'll be a year minimum before they're cost effective
</clairvoyancehat>

Your GPUs are safe for now.


You fail to take into account that defxor said it, and therefore it must be true.
15  Economy / Economics / Re: Bitcoin Price Drop on: August 03, 2011, 07:04:17 PM
By your analysis, bitcoins should have been super expensive when they were being mined by CPUs.

No. You might want to study Bitcoin's concept of difficulty to understand why.



You might want to read more than the first sentence of the guy's post before responding.
16  Economy / Speculation / Re: PANIC! on: August 03, 2011, 06:04:35 PM
Indicators suggesting an adjustment upward in the next hour or so.  Could be a feeble bounce, though, if everyone's feeling so bearish.
Yay, I got something right for once.  @_@
17  Economy / Speculation / Re: PANIC! on: August 03, 2011, 05:51:46 PM
Indicators suggesting an adjustment upward in the next hour or so.  Could be a feeble bounce, though, if everyone's feeling so bearish.
18  Economy / Speculation / Re: PANIC! on: August 03, 2011, 05:42:35 PM
That might have been the bottom...
19  Economy / Economics / Re: Bitcoin Price Drop on: August 03, 2011, 05:16:41 PM
prices just broke through a major , supporting chart tredline.
That move was anticipated in my technical analysis to my subscribers already monday morning
Further downside is likely unless this trendline is claimed back.
I used to stand by S3052, but I call bullshit.  Every projection he's made for weeks has said, "Bitcoin is almost definitely going up!" with a tiny caveat, "(but it could also, you know, go down)".  His analyses are unfalsifiable.  He claims victory every time.

If he told his subscribers a crash is nigh as of Monday, than he was feeding us misinformation in his public analysis with:
Quote
Longterm: UP.
Midterm: UP as long as the 9.5 $ 10 $ range holds
Shortterm: UP from the 11$ or 12.5 $ lows.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: 6,072,279.6165 bitcoin transaction HOW THE F... on: July 28, 2011, 05:12:05 PM
The transaction has not been confirmed.  Note that this is 87% of all Bitcoins in existence.  This cannot not possibly be legit.  There were a series of a dozen-odd transactions, starting here, roughly doubling the value each time.  Only the first transaction was confirmed.
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