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September 10, 2015, 07:20:05 PM
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Guys, you`re shooting your foot, STOP that, STOP harming the network!
how exactly?.. your coins arent going to run anywhere just sit it out

coins are disappearing slowly but surely.

jep.. i'm taking them .. getting rich over this! better sell  your coins on exchanges as fast as you can

let the fud begin.

Whatever. And no you haven’t been in bitcoin since 2010. Plus if you really feel the way you do. Then sell. Have conviction. If not keep pounding sand.
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September 10, 2015, 07:20:36 PM
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all pools should make a script to take the addresses from this thread and burn the coins...
if they state in public maybe others are able to stop their greed and we can turn back to normal.

this remembers me of the dark ages where rich people threw cents to the poor; watching them fight over them... its disgusting!

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September 10, 2015, 07:22:03 PM
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Fuck you CoinWallet.eu
...You are what is worst in the community.

they are no part of the community Roll Eyes

Good point ha ha.

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September 10, 2015, 07:24:01 PM
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yes ,  but am fighting from my computer having a latte......
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September 10, 2015, 07:35:49 PM
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Mempool is increasing about 100kb every 4-12 seconds it seems. Good job you guys. Well played.
People really need to stop doing this. Obviously the plan from Coinwallet.eu is working out. It looks like they had a backup plan if problems (e.g. legal pressures) came up. I doubt that someone figured out something devious such as this so quickly.
People really need to stop it. Most of the recent private keys contained around $4 each and it is not worth anyone's time. You are suffocating the network! It is only becoming worse.



Not really if you look at normal transactions like this one https://blockchain.info/tx/0cb1562aa7f6d599a81ced96c181194028ce14b7f8d55d0fdeccb872813f43ea  are getting thru fine that particular one took 3 min to confirm.  Its only the ones that pertain to this "giveaway" that are filling up the mempool and creating the backlog.

This transaction looks like maybe someone trying to get some of the giveaway coins.
https://blockchain.info/tx/a2eba2a816aa90bd8e0b117ad6741fdbc8f4d48c406e52c9176f29216544a800

Small dust transactions will take a LONG time to confirm in this environment but normal transactions will confirm as normal.
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September 10, 2015, 07:41:25 PM
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I've successfully loaded 1.05 Bitcoins to my trashed blockchain account  Grin



I'll sell the whole account for 0.1 BTC Tongue
ok gimme me 0.1 BTC and i will eh get that account from you

back to bussiness: i have a question with all this spam/stress test/ddos...hundred/thousands of unconfirmed and delayed transactions, high fees...etc,  why the btc price is relatively stable {yet}?

The price went down but recovered briefly.

IMO it's because people see that the claimed 30 day backlog isn't going to happen with just the giveaway.
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September 10, 2015, 07:42:36 PM
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It's not stress tests, it's you're fuckin stressed dumbass!
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September 10, 2015, 07:43:19 PM
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yes ,  but am fighting from my computer having a latte......

Lol true that!  Awesome point.  Besides nobody is watching me battle all of you fellow peasants, well.....at least I don't think so.   Undecided
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September 10, 2015, 07:49:04 PM
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The price went down but recovered briefly.

IMO it's because people see that the claimed 30 day backlog isn't going to happen with just the giveaway.


It seems to me like months of planning went into this "stress test" and quite some brilliant economic and social engineering.

That said, I would assume there's yet another phase to this test.  A plan C?

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September 10, 2015, 07:52:56 PM
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The price went down but recovered briefly.

IMO it's because people see that the claimed 30 day backlog isn't going to happen with just the giveaway.



They may not have generated a 30 day backlog, but they have shown that for a few thousand dollars you can really wreak havoc on the bitcoin network. Hell of an attack vector!

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September 10, 2015, 07:57:32 PM
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I can't se any problems in transfering bitcoins, just transfered 2BTC without delay and with 0 fee.

Since 2 years https://cryptox.pl low fees, no KYC.
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September 10, 2015, 08:02:55 PM
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Fuck you CoinWallet.eu


You didn't cancelled your shitty Stress Test. You just use people greediness so they make it by their own so you can't get in charge for this. But you still do it


You are what is worst in the community.

Bitcoiners stress testing their greed  Cheesy

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September 10, 2015, 08:03:42 PM
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I'm done
This is ridiculous.

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September 10, 2015, 08:10:25 PM
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The price went down but recovered briefly.

IMO it's because people see that the claimed 30 day backlog isn't going to happen with just the giveaway.



They may not have generated a 30 day backlog, but they have shown that for a few thousand dollars you can really wreak havoc on the bitcoin network. Hell of an attack vector!

All the more reason a fee market needs to develop and why proposals that harm the fee market are a bad idea.
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September 10, 2015, 08:13:07 PM
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I can't se any problems in transfering bitcoins, just transfered 2BTC without delay and with 0 fee.

Ya its funny all the people screaming the sky is falling.  News flash if you are transferring more then 0.001 BTC and your transaction isn't made of a hundred 0.00001 BTC inputs then you will never even notice this "stress test".  Just go have a look on blockchain.info all normal transactions are processing fine.

I bet the price of BTC ends up rallying off this due to how little it will actually effect the network.
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September 10, 2015, 08:14:50 PM
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I'm done
This is ridiculous.

Exactly!
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September 10, 2015, 08:17:49 PM
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No priv keys dropped for some hours now. The total number of unconfirmed transactions is still going up and down though. BTCChina and F2Pool aren't doing much to help clearing the backlog by mining non full blocks.
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September 10, 2015, 08:26:04 PM
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No priv keys dropped for some hours now. The total number of unconfirmed transactions is still going up and down though. BTCChina and F2Pool aren't doing much to help clearing the backlog by mining non full blocks.

It seems 1mb blocks have too low fees currently, at ~0.1 to 0.3btc as an incentive for some miners to even bother with all the spam and dust.
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September 10, 2015, 08:34:52 PM
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And don't import the private keys into electrum.  The servers are run by volunteers.  You don't want to spam their servers by asking them for gigabytes of transaction data.  At least send them a bitcoin to their donation address for the stress that you put on their server.

Groan. Now you tell us. :-p

Thanks, though, I appreciate the info. Is there a way to "undo" importing into an electrum wallet once it has begun?

Not sure if there is a way.  Probably the easiest way is to delete the wallet (back it up first!) and then restore the wallet from the seed.  This should restore all but the imported private keys.  You may lose some settings or labels, though. Editing the wallet by hand (it is a text file) may also work, but it is dangerous...

Thanks, after I asked it occurred to me that I could dig up my wallet backup. I'll give that a try first.

This worked! Back to square one after only 5-6 hours syncing. :-) 

I'll sit the rest of this mess out. I think Coinwallet will still face charges, because they can't credibly claim they have no responsibility for what is happening. It's like dumping bushel baskets of coins out on a busy road and trying to claim that the resulting carnage and mayhem is not their fault, just the fault of all the pedestrians and drivers involved.

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September 10, 2015, 08:36:44 PM
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I can't se any problems in transfering bitcoins, just transfered 2BTC without delay and with 0 fee.

Ya its funny all the people screaming the sky is falling.  News flash if you are transferring more then 0.001 BTC and your transaction isn't made of a hundred 0.00001 BTC inputs then you will never even notice this "stress test".  Just go have a look on blockchain.info all normal transactions are processing fine.

"The number of backlogged transactions is currently above 90,000 and climbing, and the size of the “memory pool,” the database that stores them, is shooting past 150MB. It usually sits below 10. On the Bitcointalk forum, where much of today’s action is going down, users are reporting that their Bitcoin clients are crashing when they try to collect the coins."

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