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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: claiming bitcoin SV with bitcoind on: April 16, 2020, 09:03:25 AM
yeah bitcoin-cli listtransactions shows all of the transactions of this wallet. and no, I haven't figured this out yet. even shittiest shitcoins have better wallets than BSV
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / claiming bitcoin SV with bitcoind on: April 15, 2020, 03:27:36 PM
so, mega question, guys. I figured I should claim BSV since I had balance in my BCH wallet on the fork date (and much later than that).  Apparently BSV doesn't even have own GUI wallet and I'm not fan of thin wallets, multiasset wallet and all those electrums, electrons certainly not mobile clients listed on bitcoinsv.io. All right, I thought I can deal with cli. They only have bitcoind and no bitcoin-qt wallet. Ok, got that going, gave it (now empty) wallet.dat file from BCH. Following the advice everyone gives, I've transferred funds into new wallet. Blockchain is fully synchronized now, but the ballance is 0.0... I shouldn't have moved the BCH prior claiming BSV? Or there was time frame I could claim this fork? Anyone successfully claimed BSV with bitcoind? I can't seem to find any instructions that wouldn't involve exchange wallets, hardware wallets or electrum/atom/hodler. I'm using their Bitcoin SV 1.0.2 wallet.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Dust Attack on: June 02, 2019, 02:10:35 AM
All right, guys. I did more researching and found their site...
http://1bettingeynx2lg24jnmcgdhl3vc6r9yx1.site/
God damn, advertisement spam reached crypto Embarrassed
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Dust Attack on: June 02, 2019, 01:57:47 AM
There has been a mixer that used dust transactions to advertise their service. If that's the case, a block explorer will probably give a hint if you look at the sending address.
It could indeed also be used for tracking, but only if you don't pay attention and let your wallet choose which inputs to use.

I'm using bitcoin core wallet is there a way to mark these coins as bad? Or tell the wallet do not spend?
You can do this:
Click Settings > Options > Wallet > Enable coin control features.
Then, click Send > Inputs > right mouse button on a dust transaction > Lock unspent.

Or (after enabling coin control features):
When you send a transactions, click Inputs and manually choose what to use (I always do this).

When fees are low, you could send the dust to a burner address (one at a time, each to a different address), or you could even consolidate the dust and your real inputs as long as the fees are lower than the dust is worth. Make sure to only use the dust input and your real input from one address at a time, so you don't link different addresses together (which would reduce your privacy).
Awesome! Many thanks this is exactly what I was looking for. Googling didn't help much, because I'd only get generic articles about what dust attack is. And some occasional mentions that samourai wallet allows you to lock those transactions.
Again, thanks for the help.

I've been getting tons of dust transactions to my wallet, 0.00000546BTC every month or so.

Is that dust transactions come from this address? : 1ViViGLEawN27xRzGrEhhYPQrZiTKvKLo

If that is the case I explain all few months ago, so you can follow advice you get in this thread, or maybe write to this company and ask them to stop sending free donations to your address.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5103542.0
no it is from this address https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/1BettingEynX2Lg24jnmCGDHL3vC6r9yX1 looks like they've spammed a lot of addresses


5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Dust Attack on: June 01, 2019, 07:21:54 AM
I've been getting tons of dust transactions to my wallet, 0.00000546BTC every month or so.  I'm trying to understand the whole reason for these attacks. So, they trying to deanon wallet users and then what? Unless federales doing that how it benefits non govt entity? Either way I don't want to take any chances. I'm using bitcoin core wallet is there a way to mark these coins as bad? Or tell the wallet do not spend?
6  Economy / Exchanges / Nigerian traders on paxful demand phone number on: June 26, 2018, 12:08:53 PM
So, ok, guys. I have this question if anybody knows. I wasn't planning to do any trades with them, this is simply for educational purposes.
Exploring paxful I've noticed there are lots (all of them, I think) demand (not even ask, but demand saying it is mandatory) a phone number in order to trade. Ok, many traders want that, not that suspicious, right? Well, the red flag is that tons if different accounts have these ads to buy or sell and they been copy/pasted.
it goes like this:
Please read carefully.
1. Initiate the trade ,
2. Paste your account details and valid phone number please (very necessary).
3. Alert me if am not online 08057708920, Whatsapp 08057708920. thanks
4, I will always give positive feedback. kindly do the same
5. A very big thanks and hope to trade with you my friend

and the variations of that. Here is one example https://paxful.com/en/offer/v6W1M7Vgxor but you can find tons more of those. Same trading rules even if payment method is Bitcoin Cash. That's a red flag for me. Now the question: why would they need my phone number? Obviously for some kind of scam, but what possibly could they do with it? Anyone knows? Really curious
7  Economy / Goods / Re: [WTS] 1.25K moissanite white gold ring 1,800$ on: August 08, 2016, 11:57:27 AM
not to steal the thread, but everytime I hear word "mossanite" I can't help it but to think of this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0GFZKPQuAaw  Grin Also what is the ring size?
8  Economy / Services / Re: Have a Paypal Account? We give you minimum 10k per week on: March 22, 2016, 03:20:59 AM
I've opened PP account in 2004. Is it old enough? Grin Paypal is very crappy method to do the money laundering because it is highly traceable.  OP, let's assume your business is legit, you won't do charge backs, federales won't send SWAT team to my door etc... Your marketing skills are really crappy Grin All you say that we don't understand, we aren't pros, immature etc. If Steve Jobs marketed ipad same way when it was met with very negative reaction from the public, that thing would have died few weeks after the launch. He took a time explaining to those who didn't understand why they need ipad or why is it good. People here have every right to be suspicious. Because chargebacks happened here before. Tons of scam happened here before. What if you are federal agent doing bait here? To "crack the money laundering case" and get promotion? In Florida law enforcement did like 30k trade and arrested guy. Why? Was he breaking the law? They baited him to break it. So far you haven't explained anything. So, you want us to get the money from you. Withdraw those money and buy BTC with them and then send that to you. You haven't even specified % we'd get to keep. And this activity falls into gray area on the verge of money transmitting business. Yeah, tell me I'm full of it, immature and live with my parents. http://www.coindesk.com/state-regulation-changes-the-game-for-bitcoin-in-new-hampshire/ So far you haven't explained anything for us to trust you or take the risks. And as it looks yes, you are seeking for money mules. Prove me that I'm wrong and such. I'm gladly hear your arguments. And who knows you might get more "business partners" you are seeking here
9  Economy / Digital goods / Re: I need Verified BTCJam/BTC BOND/LoanBase account on: March 13, 2016, 09:36:06 AM
so you don't payback the loan and those sites would go after the person whose identity was verified? Hah. Somehow I doubt anyone will sell
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ETHEREUM] [POOL] https://ETH.suprnova.cc Open Stats, 1% fee, 60 sec Payouts on: September 11, 2015, 07:48:23 AM
Not really using twitter, but sure can read there. Thanks for help!
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ETHEREUM] [POOL] https://ETH.suprnova.cc Open Stats, 1% fee, 60 sec Payouts on: September 11, 2015, 07:32:20 AM
thanks! works! it wanted the speed at the end. I've tried your example and it worked. Thanks
Generates DAG now
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ETHEREUM] [POOL] https://ETH.suprnova.cc Open Stats, 1% fee, 60 sec Payouts on: September 11, 2015, 07:30:00 AM
that's pretty much the command, yes. Do I need to specify password? It asked when I created the worker
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ETHEREUM] [POOL] https://ETH.suprnova.cc Open Stats, 1% fee, 60 sec Payouts on: September 11, 2015, 07:19:58 AM
am I doing something wrong?
miner can't connect to the pool...
miner  01:11:25|main  Getting work package...
JSON-RPC problem. Probably couldn't connect. Retrying in 1...
miner  01:11:28|main  Getting work package...
JSON-RPC problem. Probably couldn't connect. Retrying in 1...
miner  01:11:30|main  Getting work package...
JSON-RPC problem. Probably couldn't connect. Retrying in 1...
14  Economy / Economics / Re: Whats going on? on: August 24, 2015, 04:19:06 PM
Bitcoin holding up pretty well, considering...  http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-08-24/todays-historic-market-open-caught-tape
15  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: What IPv6 means for Bitcoin and the Blocksize Debate on: August 15, 2015, 03:35:26 PM
heh, IPv6 was first introduced in like 1992 or so... They were crying about running out of IPv4 back then already. IN reality there are tons of wasted IPs. Companies like apple have entire subnet of 17.0.0.0/8. Why do they need so many? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_assigned_/8_IPv4_address_blocks
and so on and so on. Another issue is NAT. NAT in the 90s was viewed as necessary evil, and they made sure NOT to make it work in IPv6 (although 5-8 years ago they sort of did make it work, also you can do NAT from IPv6 to IPv4 and vice versa) today however NATis the most basic and cheapest way to get security at home. Imagine all those home user's computers will become visible from the internet... Heh, no. NAT isn't going away even with IPv6. Many companies are not even looking into upgrading to IPv6. What will happen is many of them will keel use internally IPv4 and just have external IPv6. So multicast fancyness and other IPv6 features won't be seen in many networks simply because only edge router will have only external IPv6. So I'm not even sure how will bitcoin benefit from IPv6 as of right now. However,  I have bigger concert about block size... Few weeks ago I had bad storm coming through the area, killing power for couple hours, UPS only lasts 90min. I wasn't home, so my bitcoin-qt machine eventually lost power, which crashed my wallet badly. To the point it wouldn't load wallet.dat and blockchain db. well, of course I have wallet.dat backed up, but I didn't backup blockchain... I though why bother? I can always re-download it.  Well, it took me 8 days to download block chain and the size is 49.5gb or so. Now I'm backing up blockchain also. What will we do when it reaches 100-500gb?
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin-QT 0.10.2 crashes on: July 12, 2015, 11:16:07 PM
Thanks a lot! At least somebody offered help
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin-QT 0.10.2 crashes on: July 12, 2015, 04:09:45 PM
again, has nothing to do with XDMCP. You obviously never dealt with such software. There is software that works sever-client way. Server runs as daemon and gui client runs as native application on windows.  Some environment software is like that. Heck, Metatrades is kind of like that.  Bitcoin daemon could have just dump JSON data, GUI portion could've connect to that port and get the data: show what transactions daemon did, how many BTCs you have in your wallet. Just get stats and such. But obviously it can't do that. And stop telling me about XDMCP, if I wanted it that way, I could've done that already. You obviously never used X-forward via ssh.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin-QT 0.10.2 crashes on: July 11, 2015, 09:20:14 PM
sigh. It has nothing to do with x emulation layer. Just move along, since you have nothing useful to say
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin-QT 0.10.2 crashes on: July 10, 2015, 01:45:20 PM
OMG! It has nothing to do with windows! I was asking about bitcoin client. You obviously have no experience with software like that. Some firewalls (sidewinder, watchguard) use that principle. You have GUI client that you install on windows/linux that connects to the firewall itself to configure it, and watch status. Again, it has nothing to do with desktop!  One more time: could I run bitcoin daemon (on freebsd for all that matters ) and use gui portion (on windows/linux/mac/pcbds) to view status or send/receive btc that connects to bitcoin daemon that runs on a separate hardware? It has nothing to do with VNC/RDP/XDMCP. You, sir, obviously do not know the answer otherwise instead of saying
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In effect you've asked "How can I make Microsoft Windows behave like X Windows or Wayland?".
you would just said "no, this is not possible" or "yes, it is possible here is how you do it".
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin-QT 0.10.2 crashes on: July 10, 2015, 04:41:24 AM
that was not the question. the question was: can I run that daemon on one computer and GUI portion on the other computer and connect to daemon remotely so I could manage daemon using GUI remotely.  I am aware of console options, but this is not what I'm looking for here
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