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1  Economy / Services / Re: [CFNP] LocalEthereum Signature Campaign (Hero/Legendary) on: August 30, 2019, 01:11:12 AM
Thank you so much. For reconsidering I highly appreciate it
2  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Binance KYC leak hack or not? on: August 29, 2019, 04:45:52 AM

Binance tries to settle it in a smoothly cunning way. Although they are already offering VIP membership to the thousands of victims, which to me is already a subtle way of accepting the responsibility over what happened, they are still short of explicitly admitting that there was indeed a successful KYC hack on their system. CZ has initially labelled it as "FUD" and then they are now releasing a statement that no single leaked image bears the concealed digital watermark which Binance's KYC images have.

I think the hackers are not white hackers. They are not there to help Binance boost their security system. Neither are they simply trying to test the protection that Binance has. They are obviously black hat hackers, extorting money from their victims, in the case of Binance 300 BTC. 

But seriously a lifetime VIP? is it really a good compensation over security? They really are not and it seems that the frontline is only involving one person which is consistently posting new Leaked data that he have.

It seems that they are not planning to settle it out until Binance will give them what they want (I am however very skeptical about it)
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Pacquiao Vs Mayweather 2 on: August 28, 2019, 05:56:34 PM
I am not sure why this thread is so active even now. As far as I know, Floyd Mayweather is not interested and he is not obliged to fight any of his opponents for a second time. In addition to that, he retired from boxing after defeating everyone who had challenged him. He had defeated Pacquiao once and therefore there is no obligation from his side to give Manny another chance.

And let's not forget the fact why everyone wants to fight against Floyd so badly. No one can generate the sort of revenues that Floyd can accumulate during his fights. The total revenue for the Manny vs Thurman fight was around $50 million. Now compare that to around $1 billion, that was generated from the Floyd vs Conor McGregor fight.
Same thoughts, Floyd should really has to retire and never comeback. Having that record was the only thing that keeps him somehow happy and is taking pride out of it even if he does not get the respect in most of the boxing fans because of how controversial most of his big fights. Even if we are not going to talk about pacman I think the very best example for that was the castillo vs mayweather 1
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why is Bitcoin market dominance rising fast? on: August 28, 2019, 05:29:33 PM

This is the main reason why no one should be having so much faith with their altcoin holdings especially if this coins does not prove something yet. Putting a very huge amount is just a complete wasted gamble.

Bitcoin market is I think the only crypto that dominates the market.Why? cause bitcoin don't die it multiplies (eg, .01 that has a value of $102 from one user and was sent to 3 users then were divided into 4, now we have four users that has .0025/each but since the market is still dominating the price might still remain at $102 for each of the 4 users.)
5  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Roadway from zero to hero on: August 28, 2019, 04:58:00 PM
This is the main reason why I think merit system is getting effective each and every time. Regardless of how many users (sr.rank below) are complaining especially the newbies that it isn't fair. The counterpart of this merit system that needs to be "merited" lol is that it somehow encourage real users to step up their game.

Great Job OP!, I think that soon it will be your responsibility to find quality posters as well for you to encourage  Smiley
6  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Announcing BPIP - The Bitcointalk Public Information Project! on: August 28, 2019, 04:18:45 PM
Now I am certain that there is really a UI problem with the mobile.

Base on this picture you can see that the navigation is overlapping with the body so if you will try to use a wider phone you might see the problem.

picture share

I have tried finding the problem and it seems that it might be because of the negative margin. I did remove it and assign it back to default which is 0 and it seems that it really worked, however it might affect some of the div where the row class was used.
.row {
    display: -ms-flexbox;
    display: flex;
    -ms-flex-wrap: wrap;
    flex-wrap: wrap;
    margin-right: -[s]15px[/s] 0;
    margin-left:-[s]15px[/s] 0;

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I've never seen the weird cut-off logo that darklus123 is reporting but there is an entirely revised header coming soon with the next update which will reduce the footprint at the top for mobile and make the search/extension icons collapsable.

I can't picture out the revision that you were trying to say but I think that having a burger menu is the best option we can use for the mobile navigation and then sliding out the search button. It will also the "UX" issue of @Timelord
7  Other / Meta / Re: Theymos and BitcoinTalk scam on: August 28, 2019, 03:28:29 PM
as I said I preparing a large attack and set some high value TTL on your DNS records and boom your forum is out of touch for a while.
hmm I am quite excited about this, as to what people always says that first impression lasts.

Your human rights only can be respected if you respect others rights. You bully and accuse people of scam who did more work for human rights than yourself. Pretty shameful don't you think?

I just can't understand why do you have to demand something when in the first place it is suppose to be a "Donation". It is our "right" to justify your legitimacy and it is your "responsibility" to provide the certain information that were ask from you.  Yet instead of acting "Professionally" so you can get the community's trust, you've started crying then pointing out fingers because "you believed" that you are getting bullied. Is that the way how a representative from the human rights organization should act?
8  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Is a Good Platform for Crytopcurrency Exchange? on: August 28, 2019, 03:03:46 PM
The difference between and is that the pro variant focuses on clients outside South Korea, hence the reason it refers to itself as Bithumb Global. Native KRW trading pairs. Native USDT and BTC trading pairs.

To some degree it's a similar construction as and soon Binance through BAM trading services that plans to serve users that the site not accepts through a proxy.
By that being said they are authorized by the to run a global version of it right? Therefore the said .pro is actually legit at some point and would only differ by their management and services offered. I am having a hard time understanding the situation, to why does it needs to be done by other set of individuals to run a similar platform like this one and soon in Binance.

I have contacted its customer service, will develop its business that cannot do in Korea, Lol.

Like? Scamming? lol they should be specific
9  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Gambling destitute on: August 28, 2019, 02:07:08 AM
He said that it is really actually the hype feeling that keeps him coming back regardless of his financial state in life.
The retarded and mentally borderline people often get caught by these statements. They are looking for easy ways to make money instead of working hard for it. So they prefer to gamble and thus become addicted.

It is also true that they fail to see that the casino is the profitable business not the gambler. But then they have that false hope pushing them to debt.
Usually, "Making an easy money" was the reason to why they become addicted to eat but we are just talking about an average person here. On the other hand rich people who gets addicted to gambling casinos is that it is given them hype that they somehow forget their personal problems and minding the fact that they have a lot of money. Their primary mindset is that they can somehow buy more time just to feel better "Even if it is  a fake one".

The hype that is generated by the casino's marketing as if coming to that casino will make sure that they win huge amounts there is often the reason of addiction
Casino marketing bait is really effective it gives them more people as a volunteer victim. However I think it is still in the person's personality. I lived in a place where gambling happens in every corner of the street where casinos aren't involved yet most of them are still a victim of addiction. Therefore it is just to say that "The easy money scheme" mindset is the real source of this issue
10  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: What withdrawal fee do you consider as fair in gambling sites? on: August 27, 2019, 02:26:25 PM
Shocks even if how much money online gambling casinos are making they wouldn't even mind covering at least some of the fees.  A fix one really sucks because it invalidates the user's right to choose. It is actually sucks more when they are still even getting something from it.


Sportsbet is good if you do sports betting lol but if you are not a fun of sports betting then this site is not just for your either.

There should be no fixed withdrawal fee,and the only fee should have to be collected it miner fee which sounds good because gambling sites already making through bets then why they are making few bucks via withdrawal process which is really not necessary.

This is an obvious abused for them, considering the fact that we are already suffering from the high fees that we need to pay every time we will be having a transactions and yet there are freaking crazy casinos who would like to add up a small % so they can gain something from that.
11  Economy / Exchanges / Re: crypto-to-fiat exchange [official thread] on: August 27, 2019, 07:34:21 AM
yes, headquarters is based in Zalgirio 114, Vilnius, Lithuania, while the company itself is registered in the UK.

Hmm sounds legit tho, Companies that are registered in UK can run anywhere in the world. I also like that you have given the personal information and have listen to some advices here.

Partnership with self key which is a new active company sounds a pretty good idea tho, lets see how this would go as I am really not a fun of ICO's.

Other than that keep moving forward.
12  Local / Pilipinas / Re: ( WAGI )Blockchain-based anti-counterfiet drugs gawa ng Pinoy on: August 26, 2019, 01:51:04 PM
I've always been admiring the quality of education that San Carlos do always provide to their students. Sulit tlga ang kamahalan ng paaralan na iyan maramihil i nagagamit ng tama ang pundo na nakukuha ng management.

Now they are even exploring more of the technology, providing students a syllabus for blockchain for some related courses way back 2017 kaya hindi nakakapagtaka na for this year may na aachieve nanaman cla paunti unti.
13  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Announcing BPIP - The Bitcointalk Public Information Project! on: August 26, 2019, 11:26:34 AM
I don't know if it is just only in my browser but I've seen some UI bugs that I think needs to be fix.

For the header the logo is not 100% on it's size. plus the theme style is not readable because of getting cut off.

/*Desktop Header*/

@media (min-width: 768px){
a#logoparsing {
    height: 110px !important;
    width: 310px !important;
select#tmenu {
    height: 35px !important;

Header Desktop Issue

Mobile is looking very weird as there some UI bugs that I've found from my emulators end. It is however working properly in the real device.

Edit: this is really weird it seems that I am the only one seeing the UI issue   Huh
14  Other / Meta / Re: Stats question - Females in Bitcointalk? on: August 26, 2019, 09:59:21 AM
I would say don't trust... verify   Shocked

That is exactly the point, currently the forum doesn't run a verification process like KYC that will  identify the identity of the user so even if Loycev can scrap based on what they put in their profile the probability will still be very high.

Unless there will be a strong women advocate that would want to survey this one and if most of the women here will be participating we might be able to gather some good amount of data.

We know for sure that there are women in here but how about from the LGBT are there anyone here?
15  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Has anyone bought in baturaminers.ue? Is it reliable? on: August 26, 2019, 06:33:55 AM
They're a fraud, stay away!

Check the Contact Us page. Notice that the signage looks unnatural, not just the look and feel but the content too! yes, it's bc it's edited.

That one is indeed a very good catch man, If I were the owner of that fake site I would probably fire the editor lol.  As you can see the editor left some red marks for some reason that makes it pretty convincing that it is really an edited picture.

Just to ask- Why you people do end up into these fraud miner sellers rather than going to legit ones like

OP just registered recently, probably a member of them. I've been seeing this newbies a lot lately and I am really convinced that this is a pure marketing strategy because making new accounts here and posting a new thread is cost free.
16  Economy / Exchanges / Re: we open FLX trading again on: August 26, 2019, 05:52:46 AM
this link:

Do not work

You are right that this site is completely not good for release yet and I am not sure about their progress.  Regarding that link tho, I found out that it is actually a modal (pop-up) card.

It seems that they are "Somehow" providing a legitimate information, I did not personally confirm it However their disclaimer sounds fishy tho.

The European Commission provides a platform for online disputere solution (OS) available at
We are not obligated and unwilling to participate in a dispute settlement procedure before a consumer arbitrationboard.
17  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: [Discussion] The International 2019: Dota 2 World Championship on: August 26, 2019, 02:48:21 AM
OG is pretty consistent in taking advantage of their drafts ever since. That is actually the main reason why they are in advantage in most of their games and I never doubted it that during game 4 they've had a very good advantage because of their drafts.

Props to team Liquid.

I can say that they are the king of lower bracket.
I am also a fan of team liquid they really are too good when they are from the lower bracket. I was actually hoping that they will make it and win the TI just like what they did during TI7. It's just that OG right now are pretty smart and I guess it is just their time. Kuddos to Team Liquid tho for making at the Grand Finals again.
18  Local / Pamilihan / Re: [DISCUSSION] Different Bitcoin Payment Gateways ⚡ *NEW* on: August 25, 2019, 03:14:48 PM
I'm a little bit curious about sa mga gumagamit ng Bitcoin Payment Gateways lalo na yung Bitpay, halimbawa USD or any national currency ang hinihingi ni marchant from it's consumers.

Halimbawa si Steam gamit ang Bitpay, halimbawa ang hinihingi ni Steam ay USD, since gumagamit sila ng Bitpay, tapos Bitcoin ang ibabayad mo sa Steam at dadaan ng Bitpay, ang matatanggap ba ni Steam ay Bitcoin mismo or converted na ito sa USD or any fiat currency?

I did try to check how Bitpay works before nung gumagawa ako ng web app before because I am planning to incorporate bitcoin as one of the payment options aside from paypal.

The answer is both yes a business owner na nag partner kay Bitpay can accept both crypto payments or they can directly accept it through their bank accounts. So basically it is completely up to the owner. Pero so far sa natatandaan ko iilang FIAT pa lamang ang inaacept nila. AUD,EURO,USD,NZD,CAD at d ko na matandaan yung iba.

Sa case ng Steam naman , Valve is completely getting USD from their costumer's payment from bitpay in buying products sa kanilang steam . The reason kung bakit nila tininigil ang bitcoin payment option sa kanilang tanggapan is dahil sa volatility ng bitcoin and ang reasoning ng Valve management ay dahil nga ayaw nilang mag suffer ang kanilang customers dahil sa pag bulusok ng fees ng bitcoin.  At maraming bitcoin users ang nag rereklamo sa kanila dahil nga daw during their purchase nag fluctuate bigla ang price at kinancel ng bitpay ang payment nila dahil kailangan nila ulit i set ang price according to USD and because of that kailangan na nman nila mag make ng new transaction which also means na another fees nanaman for their customer.
19  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: mining pro is it scam ? on: August 25, 2019, 02:32:49 PM
Aside from the funny domain name, they can't even make their site secured? lol. As you can see there is no obvious SSL being installed in their website. How can you even entrust your money to a new website that uses the perfect obvious scam scheme (cloud mining), being not secured, having a very funny domain name, perfectly new one.

I also wonder if this is kinda way of promoting hmm.
20  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Binance KYC leak hack or not? on: August 25, 2019, 09:22:48 AM
There will always be loopholes but if someone is trying to reach you out about it and help you to fix such issues and avoid breaches then I think paying them out for such is not so bad since it will fix that issue and avoid it from happening again later on.

I think they should focus on fixing this asap rather than to find someone to blame.
It seems that binance is trying to compensate the leak hack victims by giving them a lifetime VIP membership in their platform rather than paying the so called white hackers.
I personally don't think that it is not enough because it will still be binance that can benefit from the said conversion.

I personally think that they are not blaming the third party for no solid evidences. Based on their investigation the said publicized photos has no watermarks that will indicate its reliability.

Here is an official binance statement for full info.
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