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1  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Example of BTC collision (2 different priv key to the same BTC address) on: Today at 05:54:58 PM


Thank you. I have already read that project before making a post here.
LBC just are finding the private key to the address with the balance. Most of their found addresses were just addreses from 32 BTC transaction puzzle.

My question here is about REAL example of at leat two different private keys leading to the same bitcoin address. And it does not matter if that address has the balance.
Without an exploit of sorts, i think it is highly unlikely that that has happend (or could happen.).

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Actually finding any pair of different private keys that generate the same public key or address would be quite difficult. Either it would involve a huge amount of computation and/or luck, or it would be due to finding a serious vulnerability in the algorithm(s) used.
See: https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/a/25071


This user posts an interesting answer which i don't fully understand to what exactly it refers to: https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/a/27027
Anyone cares to explain?
2  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: BitcoinCast sent wrongly to BTC on Coinbase on: Today at 05:13:06 PM
I don't use Coinbase, but is it possible that someone sends BCH to BTC (BCH address with BTC withdrawal)using Coinbase? Is it possible that a famous platform does not verify/check the address?

How would coinbase know what a BCH adress is and what a BTC adress is?

They're the same (?) (with the exception of segwit of course. (and BCH "cash" adresses, but still, legacy adresses are still used most.))

Let me answer for all above questions,

He had send using Coinbase only and all the wallets he used were given by coinbase itself, i mean with in there platform. He doesn't know about electrum and also I don't know either that which is the best wallets for use and store coins like eth and btc.
I still don't understand..

>"HE HAD SEND USING COINBASE"

To where did he send the coins?

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He was fully using coinbase, wallets as well which are given in the coinbase platform and that is also he can't use it perfectly.

Amount is not big its around 800 or 900 USD equivalent.
again, where did he send the coins to?

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He has contacted support but they are not helping him out or I think they have refused to recover.
Coinbase can't help if it's an outgoing transaction, and if it's incoming, they probably won't help either.

What happens if I send Bitcoin Cash to a Bitcoin address?
At this time, Coinbase has already credited accounts who received any BCH at their existing BTC addresses. Going forward, we cannot guarantee that funds will be properly credited when one asset is sent to the address of a different asset. Please make sure that you only send funds to the specific deposit address displayed in your Coinbase account for the asset you are sending. You can view a list of these addresses, or create a new one, by
I can't find anything else regarding their cross chain recovery policies.
3  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Mining in 2019 on: Today at 02:34:30 PM
I think nowadays in order to successfully engage in mining, you need professional equipment to save energy and achieve good results same as on this site https://scamscamscam.com. I think this is the best place ever, where you can find the stuff related to mining.
 
Yeah... Always gotta trust the newbie with 0 posts linking to some sketchy site.
Don't buy anything from there. All these pixelated pictures already prove that it's a scam to me.


If mining in general is still profitable; probably not (?), unless you either A. don't pay for your electricity, or B. do it on such a large scale that you get discounted on your electricity, (or if you perhaps generate your own).
Of course if you live in a country where you have low electricity costs anyway, you might very well be able to make money. You'll need to do your own calculations and decide if it's worth the risk.


It might look tempting/profitable to buy an ASIC miner right now, even with your electricity costs calculated in your earnings,- still you need to think about

- Your asic will deteriorate over time = less efficiency
- hashrate will *most likely* continue to go up
- Bitcoin will halve in a couple months (200 days?) = earnings cut in half.

So often the calculation for whenever you start to make profit is wrong, and by a large margin.
4  Other / Meta / Re: This forum has big problem with high rank spineless human beings on: September 16, 2019, 05:25:35 PM
I think is pretty obvious though that if we officially launched the bot this month, you can't expect api access to data prior the launch! The stats and trade history data saved in json are result of the backtest engine which has 1m candle sensibility.  You may say that bugs in the backtest engine can false the result, but each backest is divided in checpoints were the accuracy of the backtest is easily verifiable.

Okay; Translation: "I don't have verifiable API data for the .JSON files i put out".
(Which is total bullshit obviously, you could’ve simply recreated another read api for your “other” (nonexistent Tongue) bitmex account.)
That is if you actually made the trades ofcourse, which you now claim you didnt?
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You may say that bugs in the backtest engine can false the result, but each backest is divided in checpoints were the accuracy of the backtest is easily verifiable.
You know what.

You're right. I'll admit: I'm too dumb for this. You win with all your sophisticated backengines, apis, backtest back back back, checkpoints, chekc check dividinedne.

Obviously there would be no third party api read access to all those things.. Waaaay too sophisticated  Roll Eyes. I totally get it.



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I don't know why you are joking about the 700$ trades honestly... try doing it winning 580 times out of 600 without you doing anything and without stress. Utopia for you guys, but for me and my members is not.

Furthermore you are missing the key, which is ROI %. Ofcourse if the demo account has low balance the actual usd per trade earned is not much.

the demo account api has an N=55,, it is not proof of anything, let alone of a stable ROI, or, any ROI at all that isn't based on 100% luck. (the actually n={x} is more like 8 if we only count 100$+ trades)

So, that's all that's verifiable.. or, rather, what you "want" to "verify". Keep referring to your imaginary track record.

I'm done here. There's nothing left to discuss.


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Data speak laud.
you mean the 50 verifiable trades you showed us?
5  Other / Meta / Re: This forum has big problem with high rank spineless human beings on: September 16, 2019, 05:02:51 PM
I meant the actual API key of the account you let ran for 20 MONTHS+.

The API in your OP only lists a couple of garbage trades.

It doesn't list any of the trades you posted in your JSON file for everyone to download.

...


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    orderQty: 202,
    side: 'Buy',
    price: 10324 },
  { orderID: 'f8f5f4f8-f1e7-d49b-dea4-63b6147982d6',
    account: 1232047,
    symbol: 'XBTUSD',
    timestamp: '2019-09-13T14:02:31.552Z',
    clOrdID: '',
    orderQty: 96,
    side: 'Buy',
    price: 10314 },
  { orderID: '87b6f0f0-3611-d800-0257-82605ac1ccb5',
    account: 1232047,
    symbol: 'XBTUSD',
    timestamp: '2019-09-13T14:02:49.812Z',
    clOrdID: '',
    orderQty: 46,
    side: 'Buy',
    price: 10304 },
  { orderID: '300b08b2-e1af-99c3-627f-2eaeeeca34bf',
    account: 1232047,
    symbol: 'XBTUSD',
    timestamp: '2019-09-13T14:15:36.991Z',
    clOrdID: '',
    orderQty: 45,
    side: 'Buy',
    price: 10292 },
  { orderID: 'd1ffd2ea-332e-5f8f-33a8-6dc2a08e955f',
    account: 1232047,
    symbol: 'XBTUSD',
    timestamp: '2019-09-16T10:48:40.525Z',
    clOrdID: '',
    orderQty: 1,
    side: 'Buy',
    price: 10319 },
  { orderID: '5faced6f-14e0-14c8-97ad-578fbbc68c2b',
    account: 1232047,
    symbol: 'XBTUSD',
    timestamp: '2019-09-16T10:48:50.894Z',
    clOrdID: '',
    orderQty: 1,
    side: 'Sell',
    price: 10318.5 } ]
Shit. You made a 698$ trade, with 3$ profit! Better watch out!
6  Other / Meta / Re: This forum has big problem with high rank spineless human beings on: September 16, 2019, 04:06:14 PM
If you want to believe that tripe based on the few trades you made with small amounts - go ahead. Most people tend to be more cautious about trusting liars.

Yup 600+ trades over a period of 20 months are just "a few"  Grin


At least a shithead is capable of understanding a business model after someone explains it 10 times in 10 different ways.

I love this explanation best:

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if the bot is so great, why sharing? More bots running the trade equals more support for the trade which equals to even higher probability of success.

Might wanna sell your bot to the US government - will solve the budget deficit and you'll make a trillion USD in the process.

I love how you keep attacking on definitions that you misunderstand because of lack of knowledge in the argument.

Do you know how supports and resistances work? if, as an absurd hypothetical scenario in which the problem of my service is too many users (we got accused of this too), we would be able to place multiple huge walls acting as resistance once a trade is approached. This results in simple cause/effect domino in which price requires much more volume of breaking the range of the market making and risking of hitting our stop while incrementing the probability of success.

Again you proved your ignorance on the matter. Maybe is time to hide under a rock you disillusioned shiba!



Using some random trading terms doesn't make you seem smarter.

If anything, the opposite. Acting as if you know how the market will react to your "walls" really is absolutely ludicrous, and i can do nothing but laugh at you.
I'm not sure if you understand how mark/spot prices work and how they are determined on Bitmex, but you might want to read up on that.

And no, i'm not going to debate you on your bot. You're selling a fraudulent product.
Anyone can read how it ended with other "quant" bots such as Reggiebot- they got completely liquidated.

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Yup 600+ trades over a period of 20 months are just "a few"  Grin
Those JSON files you posted are worthless.

Why don't you give us an API key of your Bitmex accounts with simple READ permissions to look into your trades.
That would REALLY convince some people here.
7  Economy / Reputation / Re: False accusation, negative merit on: September 16, 2019, 02:26:12 PM
Problem was that you quoted this scammer with his phishing links.

I am waiting for confirmation if your post was edited or not.
If this was the original content of your post, I will remove my negative trust.

Not sure what exactly this dispute is about, nor do i know what the original contents of the post intend to prove, but luckily (or unlucky) for you, LoyceV seems to have scraped it.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5167469.0




http://loyce.club/archive/posts/5243/52439745.html

Looks like he simply removed the russian and indonesian bitcointalk topics from the quote of bobthegrownup.

Again; not sure what that entails.
8  Economy / Digital goods / Re: order from amzon on: September 15, 2019, 07:15:46 PM
bump bump bump

Why don't you just buy an Amazon giftcard using bitcoin and ship it, (your items) to a virtual shipping box or your adress?

Why do you need someone else? You'll dox yourself.... and.. it's just inconvenient? Don't get it.

If you can find anyone selling gift cards ad 50~55% tell me, because I will do it myself too.
So you expect someone to buy you goods from amazon for 50% off?
You'll either get scammed, or blacklisted from amazon for carding... Not sure what your thought process is here.
9  Economy / Digital goods / Re: order from amzon on: September 15, 2019, 05:47:01 PM
bump bump bump

Why don't you just buy an Amazon giftcard using bitcoin and ship it, (your items) to a virtual shipping box or your adress?

Why do you need someone else? You'll dox yourself.... and.. it's just inconvenient? Don't get it.
10  Other / Meta / Re: Is Satoshi dead? Will the inner-gang come forward? on: September 15, 2019, 05:29:46 PM
can confirm, i killed him
11  Other / Meta / Re: This forum has big problem with high rank spineless human beings on: September 15, 2019, 02:22:40 PM
Here is the discussion - edited for brevity but you can follow the links to see the context - that lead to me posting negative trust for the OP:


Since the OP never mentioned this being a Bitmex API key (not an API key to the OP's own service), i.e. Bitmex controls the private keys, I'd be willing to revise my feedback if the OP removes all references to the API key acting "as a private key" and makes it perfectly clear that the counterparty risk lies with Bitmex AND with the OP's service.

I'll add a new feedback if that's the case.

OP is a liar. whether it be in his terminology that he has since white-washed, or the service he's offering.

CryptoSparks... this guy is like a cautionary tale against wasted opportunity, I respond every now and then to his crazy threads because I believe he has great intelligence in some areas and needs to massively improve his attitude and marketing skills  Wink.

You claim the bot has made 495% in about 20 months, let's say 480% returns for 2 years, that's a monthly RoE of 20%.

and people will just tag you simply because your 1st offer insults their intelligence. I know it's very hard for you to accept that you are wrong, but if you really have a genuine product to offer, just forget about your lending offer, which is totally silly, and stick with the profit sharing deal with trading via API, which is much more advantageous and reasonable for the investor.
If his bot has the returns he is advertising to have, he doesn't need investors at all.

Compound interest will make him the richest man in the crypto industry within a few years. (AKA: this immature retard is full of shit.)

We've seen these bots before, and i can tell you how the story ended: there was a slight crash and everyone who used the bot on bitmex got liquidated. The bot only worked for the time being simply due to the uptrend of bitcoin itself, not because it made "hyper intelligent trades". I'll see if i can find it.

Exact copy of: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5025195.msg45451272#msg45451272


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I believe he has great intelligence
We will see, every day new users join our army and i dont need pigs and dogs since the spots available are limited.
Yeah. Using the word "dogs" as an insult clearly shows high levels of intelligence.


His calculations also seem flawed.
He claims a daily profit of 0.5%, ~97% of the time ~=100%, for 2 years?

daily compounding would give a return of 3800%, (but i guess he will claim that the losses aren't accounted for?)

(And no, i'm not going to go through your "trading data".)

Good luck with your bot.
12  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Seller said i have to wait on: September 15, 2019, 01:16:21 PM
i sent him money via paypal and he said we have to wait 2 hrs for the payment to complete

localbitcoins
There could be a problem with either his, or your paypal account.

People who do a lot of paypal trades usually get their paypal account restricted after X transactions, and need to wait for the money/transaction to be checked by paypal manually.
I remember this happening to a lot of people, but it usually took days before paypal released the funds/confirmed the transaction. Perhaps it's faster now.

As long as you are the sender of the paypal funds, you shouldn't worry too much, especially if the user you're trading with has a lot of rep.
Unless you sent as F&F, in the case of him not giving your funds, you'll have a strong chargeback case.

(If i remember correctly; you can check your paypal transaction and it should show up: https://www.paypal.com/uk/smarthelp/article/why-is-my-paypal-payment-under-review-faq495)

If that's not the case, perhaps he has some other problems. (but those problems shouldn't be your problems!)
13  Other / Meta / Re: This forum has big problem with high rank spineless human beings on: September 15, 2019, 10:17:45 AM
Here's another Legendary yelling from his cocky castle. Prove me that an api key can't act as private key and i will leave.

Meanwhile, i post the same reply:

Can you use a private key to control funds on a wallet? YES
Can you use a api key to control funds on an exchange wallet? YES
Can an api key act as a private key? YES
Is an api key different than a private key? YES
Did i say an api key is the same as a private key ? NO




A pure contradictio in terminis(?). Just because something can *possibly* have some of the same functionality doesn't mean that it is equal to the instrument it is compared to.

No. an API key cannot act as a private key.
No. an API key cannot in it's abstract form be used to control funds on an exchange wallet. It can only signal certain commands for the private key to perform. It doesn't replace the private key at all.
Not to mention that an api key doesn't hold any funds, and can have it's access blocked, whereas a private key obviously can't. But i feel like i'm just stating the obvious here, so it's time to stop.


Please go back to the kiddo forum you came from, and promote your ponzi/hyip trash there. You won't be missed here.
My existence doesn't rely on forums like yours. Btw shouldn't you be spamming your signature on the forum instead of fighting on definitions with who codes from 14 yo

Furthermore the whole definition was and is not relevant to the subject. just a dumb excuse. Also look what ponzi are.  Kiss

Except that your entire existence does rely on forums like these. It's funny to see how you project your problems onto me as if they were somehow mine. Something tells me you yourself don't believe what you're saying either.  Tongue

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Btw shouldn't you be spamming your signature on the forum instead of fighting on definitions with who codes from 14 yo
You're 15 now?
14  Other / Meta / Re: This forum has big problem with high rank spineless human beings on: September 15, 2019, 09:55:19 AM

Are you living in a fantasy world where if you don't do anything wrong you won't get in any trouble? If you have time check the links i posted and see for yourself.


Since they can't attack my business directly anymore, since i have 2years of stats,trade history and direct access to demo account with 100% win rate this month, they play these silly games  Roll Eyes
Seems like you're living in a fantasy world: namely that of the land of the blind, where you're the one eyed man. Or so you think at least.

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This guy instead just can't accept that an API KEY can act as a private key.
You're on a *cryptographic forum*, did you really think you could get away with spewing such obvious bullshit, and not get called out on it? We're not all 12 anymore.

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I run a fully documented and legit trading service and both those feedback are from today by spineless people.

1. Running a ponzi. 5% interest per month. This is the funniest. Here the link. How dumb a person can be to understand from a "lending-partnership request" with 5% interest rate that WE PAY that i'm running a ponzi with 5% interest? Either he didn't even read the starting post and rushed to leave negative feedback or, most likely, one of his roasted friend made him do that.
Take a minute to reflect on your words, and then ask yourself if you yourself really believe what you just jot down.

Please go back to the kiddo forum you came from, and promote your ponzi/hyip trash there. You won't be missed here.

Cya.
15  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] ChipMixer.com - Bitcoin mixer / Bitcoin tumbler - mixing reinvented on: September 15, 2019, 09:46:06 AM
There should be an option to get bech32 privatekeys from chipmixer for privacy and lower fees (some 50%+ fewer satoshi paid when bitcoin network gets congested).  This should not be difficult, just need a bit of update with sufficient regression testing on the back office of chipmixing.

I don't think it's much of a problem on Chipmixer's end, but more so a problem when it comes to the adoption of bech32 that needs to be more widely deployed.

Bitcoin's lowering fees made people pretty comfortable with how the situation is, hence the majority of the clients don't see much need to add it, though I would have preferred them to be more active and give people that option anyway. The trend within crypto seems to be to only act when its needed, and not make sure you're ready to onboard more use beforehand.  Undecided

I personally don't have much of a problem with Chipmixer not offering bech32 support yet. Even the legacy fees aren't usually topping $1 per transaction.
an upgrade to nested adresses would suffice too. I don't see why not. They're widely, if not everywhere, accepted.
16  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Has anyone heard of binfinity before? on: September 15, 2019, 09:41:19 AM

So you wouldnt even trust an exchange getting into ieo token trading with the general trust of a company such as coinbase?
https://www.coindesk.com/coinbase-may-soon-get-in-the-business-of-initial-exchange-offerings
I would be very, very skeptical of any ICO/IEO coinbase may conduct, as i am of other exchanges who do so, yes. (All of yobit's IEO's are scams for example.)

An IEO should only be conducted for companies that already have P/E ratios (but aren't publicly traded yet) really, and not as a hype mechanism for shit new projects who overpromise but don't deliver, but that's not the point here.
Coinbase has nothing to do with this company, nor has this company anything to do with coinbase...?

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Many have trusted this company with their information when applying for an account requiring kyc and aml compliance so to use their site in the first place.

I do not use them because of the entire surrendering of the same customer information to the federal revenue agency of those who are in the states.
Okay, who cares? This is not related to the company in the OP in the slightest.

The company in the OP is YET ANOTHER ICO for a goddamn unoriginal and shitty idea, namely that of YET ANOTHER exchange. I myself wouldn't invest a penny, nor put a penny of my funds with them.

(I wouldn't store any of my funds on any exchange nowadays, as i've learned my lesson.)


Why do i have the feeling that you made this thread solely to promote <site in question>?
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Know passphrase of wallet.dat,have my wallet.dat,cant dumpprivkey or send coins on: September 14, 2019, 04:51:14 PM
Thanks for answers.Addresses in wallet :
1HLoD9E4SDFFPDiYfNYnkBLQ85Y51J3Zb1
1FvzCLoTPGANNjWoUo6jUGuAG3wg1w4YjR
12c6DSiU4Rq3P4ZxziKxzrL5LmMBrzjrJX
12aVP18cd5XsbcGQy8u6eywQ6UuA6Q319s

3 have 50 btc in each,1 empty.
12aVP18cd5XsbcGQy8u6eywQ6UuA6Q319s is passphrase for wallet which worked in 0.9.1 version bitcoin qt.And in 0.18.1 error : Some keys decrypt but not all

I will try download and install 0.9.0rc version.
you had your wallet adress as your wallet.dat password?

...


https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/outputs?q=recipient(12c6DSiU4Rq3P4ZxziKxzrL5LmMBrzjrJX)#

this adress belongs to satoshi. or really, anyone but YOU. received the first coinbase funds from the first block ever to be mined in 2009... Come on now.

Lol.

Either you're trolling, or you must've bought this wallet.dat file from someone (pretty likely maybe?)
Either way, you're wasting your time.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Know passphrase of wallet.dat,have my wallet.dat,cant dumpprivkey or send coins on: September 14, 2019, 02:46:15 PM
It seems like you're somewhat proficient with the bitcoin recovery tools. -- why risk your 150BTC and not try to recover them yourself? You're really that close to giving up?

Even then, have you tried wallet recovery services such as https://walletrecoveryservices.com

Hi,I have my wallet.dat with 150 btc.Have right passphrase for him.Which is unlock wallet in bitcoin core v.0.7.2 - 0.9.1
In version 0.18.1 bitcoin core write : Some keys decrypt but not all - error after entering right passphrase.Btcrecover script also find my passphrase as right,I tested that.
Sounds like your wallet file might be corrupted, or your keys were never in that wallet in the first place.

May be some of bitcointalk users with reputation may receive wif private keys from my wallet.dat with passphrase,and send me 80% of wallet bitcoins.
so you encrypted some your WIF keys? Where do you hold them, or rather, where did you get them from? Bitcoin core does not/has never supported the manual encryption of WIF keys (BIP38 6P)?


I am strongly suspecting that you are not holding 150 bitcoins. Can you please share your address with us so we will check your balance and if there any transaction made recently.
I'm going to go with this as well. I highly suspect OP will try to send you an infected wallet.dat or something in that trend.
Story doesn't make much sense, or rather, sounds like total bullshit.
19  Other / Meta / Re: Obscene disparity of Merit distribution on: September 13, 2019, 06:47:55 PM
LOL valued by more certain members??? thanks for that excuse chipmixer promoter.

 ....So yes, if the Chipmixer ANN is valued more by certain members of the community....

Roll Eyes strawman #11134234
20  Other / Meta / Re: [Suggestion] Troll Score on: September 13, 2019, 06:42:48 PM
Could be useful, but at the same time could become authoritarian real soon, especially in political boards i could see this being misused fairly quickly. eg To silence people which are unliked. Which in turn will make people think twice about saying "controversial" things, and before you know it you essentially removed free speech and promote serious group/hive mind thinking. I don't know. People who are getting brain fatigues from the likes of CH can always block them.

Not to mention that coordinated group efforts to flag someone could theoretically get someone tempbanned? Meh.

With the exception of a few special ones, the forum seems relatively free from trollers. and really, i'm not sure if i could live without cryptohunter's daily gibberish at this point.


And really, letting the majority of people decide whether or not someone is a troll, and thus censor them out of existence (or not even the majority), doesn't sit right with me. Not to mention it will probably only fuel their self-proclaimed righteousness. (Which isn't really that relevant anyhow, but hey.)
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