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1261  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: BTCjam Defaults/Arbitration on: July 04, 2014, 11:28:58 AM
I really don't think that anyone will actually bother to sue them, since tracking them down and suing them would require more funds than the ones lent.
1262  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Is it possible to find the IP address of a Bitcoin address? on: July 04, 2014, 02:15:01 AM
For example, here is a random address:

http://blockchain.info/address/1PFMGybSCDnoq8bHtzQD2vUfyHohsH8FF5

What would be/have been their IP address?

No way to know for certain.  Some guesses could be made, but there is no way to be sure if the guesses are accurate.

If you create a system that connects to enough peers, AND you can convince the owner of the address to send multiple transactions over a few days, AND the first peer to forward the transaction to you always comes from the same IP, then you've got an indication that the user might be at that IP. On the other hand, they might just be blocking incoming connections and have specifically chosen that peer as the only one they connect to.

On the other hand, I see that they received payments from CoinBox.me on 2014-02-24 at 13:55:52 UTC and BitChest.me on 2014-06-20 at 15:14:16 UTC.  Perhaps CoinBox.me keeps IP logs?  If you work for the governement wherever CoinBox.me is operating, you might be able to gain access to their connection logs and figure out who connect and used that address.

There are other ways to leak your IP address as well, but there is no reliable record in a bitcoin transaction or the blockchain of what IP a transaction is first transmitted from.


Ah, thanks for the reply.

So is the original quote right or wrong then? Would I2P implementation prevent the first scenario from happening and would an IP solution strengthen blockchain anonymity?

(Your second scenario was what I pretty much thought as well. Since Bitcoin is pseudonymous, it is still possible to find the IP address of a particular Bitcoin address by checking to see if any exchanges and services had sent or received bitcoins to/from that address and asking them directly. But I guess that's pretty obvious.)

You can link an addresses' transactions to IPs, or ask companies from them, but you can't know if it is correct, and an actual Bitcoin Address doesn't have an IP tied to it. The user might be using a VPN or proxy, so the information is useless anyway.
1263  Economy / Lending / Re: Wanting Medium-Term Loan on: July 04, 2014, 02:10:13 AM
Alright, thanks monbux. I have a job on weekends at a local pizza place, but besides that I rely on the Internet for my income. I live with my parents still they don't expect too much of my share.

I'll keep this open for a bit and see what comes my way. As I said I'm here most of the time so, why not?

Why don't you simply use your whitelisted PrimeDice account and try and get enough BTC to withdraw?
That's better than opening a loan request without proper collateral.

Although I am on Primedice alot I have luck worse than you'd think. Lost .2 to 1.02x (firstbet) and 1.07x. I am done with betting as I always get headaches and shit when that happens.

You can simply get the free extra btc from the faucet and you can try and get it up. Don't waste money on gambling, please.
1264  Economy / Lending / Re: Wanting Medium-Term Loan on: July 04, 2014, 02:07:36 AM
Alright, thanks monbux. I have a job on weekends at a local pizza place, but besides that I rely on the Internet for my income. I live with my parents still they don't expect too much of my share.

I'll keep this open for a bit and see what comes my way. As I said I'm here most of the time so, why not?

Why don't you simply use your whitelisted PrimeDice account and try and get enough BTC to withdraw?
That's better than opening a loan request without proper collateral.
1265  Economy / Services / Re: PB Mining -- 5 year mining contracts! on: July 03, 2014, 05:16:11 PM

I agree. You could simply disclose just a little to the most trusted members of the forum, and make them promise it'll be secret.
They won't reveal it.

WoW

you really are for transparency, aren't you?

Let's have this privy club of insiders that know what others don't and as such are more authoritative on PBmining related subjects  Roll Eyes

Is anybody's BTC better then the next's ? Really? Would that make any business sense?

If PB wants to keep anyone privy to specific information, it will do it when and as it pleases it, not because you think is a great idea.

And I hope that's not something PB is doing or considers doing, at least within it's customers universe. So far, nobody was given privileged access to information (although some may be considered as such, it's still available in the oldest pages of this threads)

Get real and grow up.

They want to protect their privacy. I'm OK with that. It's just better if trusted members of this forum confirm that it's not a ponzi or a scam.
It is merely a suggestion, and you have no right to criticize my suggestion, so shut up.
1266  Economy / Services / Re: PB Mining -- 5 year mining contracts! on: July 03, 2014, 03:48:50 PM
I almost took the third option, there.

But I figured if you don't like bacon, you're wrong anyway, so I just went with #1.

I too am interested in full disclosure, but other than an occasional gentle reminder, I'm not going to push it. In private, you told me you would do so at some point, so I'll wait.

I agree. You could simply disclose just a little to the most trusted members of the forum, and make them promise it'll be secret.
They won't reveal it.
1267  Economy / Lending / Re: Offering Short-Term Loans! on: July 02, 2014, 11:15:38 PM
A Loan has been sent.

Amount: 0.05BTC
Period: 9 Days
Repayment Date: 11th July, 2014
Repayment Amount: 0.05225BTC
Loan Txid: https://blockchain.info/tx/f4d537eda8b219e5424874020b27f708c67041ea8d62fcfcc17ebd50dab6aef3
To: jaberwock
1268  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: Your shares = none on: July 02, 2014, 06:34:19 PM
Maybe the block was orphaned or the block time was too quick for the miners to submit any shares?
1269  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] ANX launches ANXPRO, support for Altcoins and AUD Direct Banking, 0 Fees! on: July 02, 2014, 06:05:18 PM
ANXPRO has received some issues from users that SEPA withdrawals aren't working. We are currently investigating.
1270  Economy / Lending / Re: I've been hacked, and now I'm screwed (Can anyone help with a loan?) on: July 02, 2014, 04:25:16 PM
Congrats Dob. I was just about to send you some when I realized you've met your goal. Do you need any more BTC by any chance?
1271  Economy / Lending / Re: Offering Short-Term Loans! on: July 02, 2014, 11:37:51 AM
I see you don't loan to hero members. That's also discrimination  Tongue

Fail again. I'll update that... -_-

A lot of accounts are bought/sold on here, so you gotta be careful who you loan to. A scammer could buy a senior account and then scam you out of a loan.

Yes, but scamming that little is stupid, Senior Member Accounts are worth much more.
1272  Economy / Lending / Re: Offering Short-Term Loans! on: July 02, 2014, 12:51:11 AM
Senior Members with trust: No collateral for loans up to 0.07BTC, 110% collateral for loans up to 0.15BTC. Interest: 0.5%/day.
Senior Members without trust: No collateral for loans up to 0.15BTC, and interest will be 0.5%/day.

Isn't this backwards?  Wouldn't you give the senior member with trust more of a loan?

Oh crap. Thanks vod, and yeah, that's the wrong way round.
1273  Economy / Lending / Re: Offering Short-Term Loans! on: July 02, 2014, 12:29:43 AM
The percentage of collateralshould not be determined by member level and activity... that's discrimination Tongue  the collateral amount should be determined by jow stable of a collateral the lender will receive.

Yeah, I know that, but it'd be less likely for a Senior Member to throw away their account for such a low amount, they'd be better off selling the account.
At least that's my opinion. When lending to newbies, I run a greater risk, so I ask for extra interest.
1274  Economy / Lending / Offering Short-Term Loans! on: July 02, 2014, 12:08:48 AM
Offering Microloans up to 0.15BTC. Maximum term is 3 weeks.

Newbies: You must provide 130% value in collateral, and interest will be 3%/day.
Members: You must provide 125% value in collateral, and interest will be 2.5%/day.
Full Members: You must provide 120% value in collateral, and interest will be 2%/day.
Senior Members with trust: No collateral for loans up to 0.15BTC, and interest will be 1.5%/day.
Senior Members without trust: No collateral for loans up to 0.07BTC, 110% collateral for loans up to 0.15BTC. Interest: 1%/day.
Hero Members: No collateral, Interest: 0.5%/day.

Of course, all of this is negotiable, and larger loan amounts can be provided if needed.
1275  Economy / Speculation / Re: ANXBTC and recent price rise on: July 01, 2014, 07:47:21 PM
I hope they were, they are mentioned here:

and here:


Anyway, kinda strange to accept deposits and deny withdrawals.
Sounds like another exchange we rather not talk about. Wink

SEPA withdrawals disabled, while deposits work fine?

Were the SEPA withdrawals enabled at one point? When I registered a few weeks back I noticed it was possible to deposit via SEPA but not to withdraw.

ANXPRO had some slight problems with their banking partners, but this was resolved 2 hours ago. Both deposits are withdrawals should work fine. If you encounter any problems, don't hesitate to contact me.
1276  Economy / Services / Re: PB Mining -- 5 year mining contracts! on: July 01, 2014, 07:42:49 PM
It's fun to see how you all with mining services in your signature attack me just because I am showing some simple math Cheesy

So I show it again. Don't trust me, trust these guys that set up this website.

GHASH.IO - https://tradeblock.com/mining/a/dee185c118

PBMining - https://tradeblock.com/mining/a/1ee5110f01

The only thing you can attack me on is the difficulty change, but that's practically a no go as well, especially now when the last rise was over 24%.

Difficulty rises by around 18% every step.
Steps happen around every 12 days.
To make it simple: every month difficulty raises around 32%.

Links are provided.
Everything else you say is fried air  Grin

*facepalm*
You fail so hard at simple maths.
0.003 x 100 = 0.3, and not 0.36.
Input the numbers correctly and you will see that you will profit.
Can someone quote this so that he can see it? It looks like he's ignoring me.

omg... byt411 is an idiot asskissing fuck tard... the guy wont shut up.. i think he thinks he is really important, every thread i goto he fields questions as if it were his pool or hosting site... the dude is just a dick -thats life... "teacher you forgot to assign homework" , "i'm telling" and when they get a little older you got to deal with this bull shit... i am not even going to look i dont care enough but if the guy was pointing out that dificulty is out pacing price reduction - then he is just existing as part of the market-same as an ass kisser does-just one of them thinks for himself

If you had the ability to input numbers into a calculator and read it, you would see that I am correct. All you are doing is insulting people basing your arguments on nothing, as if you were a 3-year old ranting for a toy. What I do is help people out, what you do is go through threads and scream at people.
Have a nice day.

you dont help though- your a dick - if thats helping then stop helping - nobody asked you, you are an ass kisser that gets involved in questions that dont pertain to you- go away

He is in ignore anyway, and when I bought contract the price was 0.0036 per GHs.
The owner of PBMining clearly lowered the price, as I suggested him to do Cheesy
Still, you are going to make just around 30 Euro more than your investment... at the end of the year.

The price gets lowered every difficulty change, and you probably would've still profited, before the difficulty changed.
Yes, the profits are small, but it's still 19% per ghash in a year, which is loads better than putting your money in a bank and collecting worthless interest.

rodeoclown, I really don't understand why you have such a grudge against me. We were simply debating about whether PBMining is profitable or not, and the only one that butted in and made useless comments was you. If I'm not helping, I have no idea what you think you're doing.
1277  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: CEX.IO on: July 01, 2014, 04:23:36 PM
So there is no use of using CEX.IO? Are there any alternatives? 

Try PBMining, it's at a more reasonable price and you can actually profit with it.
1278  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] LeaseRig.net Rent & Hire Scrypt(Jane/Nfactor)/SHA3/SHA256/X11 HashPower! on: July 01, 2014, 03:52:56 PM
I have had someone rent most of my rigs for about a week now. Their pool is always going up and down and most always under hashing. What ever the customer is mining must be worth it as he keeps renewing the rigs.

What happens when I'm forced to upgrade on July 4th? Will the lease get cancelled and refunded every time it shows rig down? That would suck because the rig is fine, it's the pool. The customer knows this and is happy the way it is.

I'm picturing loosing a bunch of rental time and the customer getting frustrated by having to start the lease all over again. Maybe next time he'll choose someone else's rig...

The solution is very simple. Simply add a backup pool.
1279  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [SCAM] User: WonFreeBitcoin on: July 01, 2014, 01:06:50 PM
I was so bored I doxxed him.

Name: Haris Bosnic
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Phone Number: +387 62060472, +387 61060472
Zip Code: 77205
Age: 17
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blue.rey1997?fref=ts
Emails: bhfbluerey@gmail.com
Alts: BassMan, Atinski
1280  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AUTO-SWITCH] Profit-switch auto-exchange pool: CleverMining.com on: July 01, 2014, 11:53:54 AM
Hello Terk, I don't understand,  how you are calculating the LTC profitability, currently it shows 116% LTC Profitability and 0.00098 BTC per day per MH/S, I don't understand the calculation, Please anyone explain me. Thanks in advance...

It's quite simple, you know. LTC Profitability is at 0.0009494BTC/MHs/Day. What don't you understand?
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