Bitcoin Forum
September 16, 2019, 03:34:56 AM *
News: If you like a topic and you see an orange "bump" link, click it. More info.
 
   Home   Help Search Login Register More  
Pages: « 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 [18] 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 »
  Print  
Author Topic: CoinWallet.eu Stress Test Cancelled + Bitcoin Giveaway  (Read 98446 times)
siameze
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1064
Merit: 1000



View Profile
September 10, 2015, 10:37:52 PM
 #341

I still have to go back and read a lot of this thread, but I read about it on Qntra: http://qntra.net/2015/09/coinwallet-turns-stress-test-into-dust-givaway/

Is this actually something legit or just penny shavings as was pointed out in the article? Until now I have had a neutral stance on coinwallet.eu


                     ▀▀█████████▀████████████████▄
                        ████▄      ▄████████████████
                     ▄██████▀  ▄  ███████████████████
                  ▄█████████▄████▄███████████████████
                ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀████████
                                               ▀▀███▀
    ▄█▀█       ▄▀  ▄▀▀█  ▄▀   █████████████████▄ ██▀         ▄▀█
   ▄█ ▄▀      ▀█▀ █▀ █▀ ▀█▀  ███████████████████ █▀ ▀▀      ▄▀▄▀
  ▄█    ▄███  █     █   █   ████████████████████  ▄█     ▄▀▀██▀ ▄███
███▄▄▄  █▄▄▄ █▄▄ ▄▄▀   █▄▄ ██████████████████▀▀   █▄▄ ▄▄ █▄▄█▄▄▄█▄▄▄
                           ▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄
                            ▀▀█████████████▄
                                █████████████▄
                                  █████████████▄
                                    ▀███████▀▀▀▀▀
                                      ▀████▀
                                        ▀█▀
LetItRideINNOVATIVE ▬▬▬
DICE GAME
                        ▄███████████▄
                       ██  ██████████▄
                     ▄█████████████  ██▄
            ▄▄▀█▄▄▄▄▄████████████████████▄
        ▄▄█▀   ███████████  █████  ████  █
    ▄██████ ▄▄███████████████████████████▀
 ▄▀▀ ██████████████████████████  ████  █
█  ▄███████████▀▀▀█████████████████████
██████████████    ████████▀▀██████  █▀
██████████████▄▄▄██████████   ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀
███▀ ▀██████████████████████
██    ███████████████████████
██▄▄██████████████████████████
██████████████▀   ██████████
  █████████████   ▄██████▀▀
     ▀▀██████████████▀▀
         ▀▀██████▀▀
PROVABLY
F A I R
▄█████████████▀ ▄█
██            ▄█▀
██          ▄██ ▄█
██ ▄█▄    ▄███  ██
██ ▀███▄ ▄███   ██
██  ▀███████    ██
██    █████     ██
██     ███      ██
██      ▀       ██
██              ██
▀████████████████▀
BUY  BACK
PLANS
[BTC]
1568604896
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1568604896

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1568604896
Reply with quote  #2

1568604896
Report to moderator
1568604896
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1568604896

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1568604896
Reply with quote  #2

1568604896
Report to moderator
1568604896
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1568604896

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1568604896
Reply with quote  #2

1568604896
Report to moderator
Advertised sites are not endorsed by the Bitcoin Forum. They may be unsafe, untrustworthy, or illegal in your jurisdiction. Advertise here.
1568604896
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1568604896

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1568604896
Reply with quote  #2

1568604896
Report to moderator
xenostar
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 14
Merit: 0


View Profile
September 10, 2015, 10:39:14 PM
 #342

Perhaps someone can clue me into the controversy.

After reading all 18 pages (phew), what I have concluded so far is:

1) CoinWallet.eu is attempting to avoid legal ramifications of the 'stress test' by allowing users to claim btc from priv keys with thousands of unspent addresses
2) People are up in arms over this as its possibly limiting the function of the network
3) No proof has been provided that it actually IS limiting the network
4) Proof has been provided by several users that normal transactions are going through fine without delayed confirmations
5) Proof has been provided by several users that the 'spam' coinwallet.eu tx's are getting backlogged and creating a large UTXO (approx 100-160mb at time of writing)
6) This has not effected nodes ....yet

I see others have mentioned bc.i blocking the spam outputs, but....can anyone confirm that the other block explorers are more accurate outside of blocking these spam tx's ? If bc.i is doing a good job of filtering *just* the spam tx's, then their current active count of 9k unconfirmed tx's seems right in line with the normal transactional volume.

I am running a raspberry pi 2 which is currently at 30%cpu 20% mem avg reported by top. This is definitely a higher load than normal, but surprisingly this little buddy is handling it just fine.

I understand actions that could potentially put unbearable load on the network would be seen as negative, but frankly if the network cannot handle one single companies attack vector, then how could we possibly fight off a determined actor who wishes nothing but negative harm to the network? And more importantly, how can we progress forward to harden the network without staging exactly these types of 'attacks' so that we can test against them, determine the health and robustness of the network, and use that data to make cohesive decisions on how to move forward in anticipation of future 'attacks' ?

worhiper_-_
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 700
Merit: 500


View Profile
September 10, 2015, 10:42:12 PM
 #343

I still have to go back and read a lot of this thread, but I read about it on Qntra: http://qntra.net/2015/09/coinwallet-turns-stress-test-into-dust-givaway/

Is this actually something legit or just penny shavings as was pointed out in the article? Until now I have had a neutral stance on coinwallet.eu

Those addresses are filled with 0.00001 BTC transactions. Only bitcoin core can handle loading the private keys, trying to get coins out needs to use coin control. Even with that, the size of transactions is unbearable so for most addresses it's not worth it to get big chunks of coins out because it would require a huge fee due to the size of the transaction.
siameze
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1064
Merit: 1000



View Profile
September 10, 2015, 11:03:05 PM
 #344

I still have to go back and read a lot of this thread, but I read about it on Qntra: http://qntra.net/2015/09/coinwallet-turns-stress-test-into-dust-givaway/

Is this actually something legit or just penny shavings as was pointed out in the article? Until now I have had a neutral stance on coinwallet.eu

Those addresses are filled with 0.00001 BTC transactions. Only bitcoin core can handle loading the private keys, trying to get coins out needs to use coin control. Even with that, the size of transactions is unbearable so for most addresses it's not worth it to get big chunks of coins out because it would require a huge fee due to the size of the transaction.


Thanks for the tl;dr mate. Appears this is just another publicity stunt.

Having been on these forums during the instawallet and inputs.io fiascos I am already pretty convinced that web wallets are 99% bunk anyway, and usually the providers don't have the userbase's best interests at heart.


                     ▀▀█████████▀████████████████▄
                        ████▄      ▄████████████████
                     ▄██████▀  ▄  ███████████████████
                  ▄█████████▄████▄███████████████████
                ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀████████
                                               ▀▀███▀
    ▄█▀█       ▄▀  ▄▀▀█  ▄▀   █████████████████▄ ██▀         ▄▀█
   ▄█ ▄▀      ▀█▀ █▀ █▀ ▀█▀  ███████████████████ █▀ ▀▀      ▄▀▄▀
  ▄█    ▄███  █     █   █   ████████████████████  ▄█     ▄▀▀██▀ ▄███
███▄▄▄  █▄▄▄ █▄▄ ▄▄▀   █▄▄ ██████████████████▀▀   █▄▄ ▄▄ █▄▄█▄▄▄█▄▄▄
                           ▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄
                            ▀▀█████████████▄
                                █████████████▄
                                  █████████████▄
                                    ▀███████▀▀▀▀▀
                                      ▀████▀
                                        ▀█▀
LetItRideINNOVATIVE ▬▬▬
DICE GAME
                        ▄███████████▄
                       ██  ██████████▄
                     ▄█████████████  ██▄
            ▄▄▀█▄▄▄▄▄████████████████████▄
        ▄▄█▀   ███████████  █████  ████  █
    ▄██████ ▄▄███████████████████████████▀
 ▄▀▀ ██████████████████████████  ████  █
█  ▄███████████▀▀▀█████████████████████
██████████████    ████████▀▀██████  █▀
██████████████▄▄▄██████████   ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀
███▀ ▀██████████████████████
██    ███████████████████████
██▄▄██████████████████████████
██████████████▀   ██████████
  █████████████   ▄██████▀▀
     ▀▀██████████████▀▀
         ▀▀██████▀▀
PROVABLY
F A I R
▄█████████████▀ ▄█
██            ▄█▀
██          ▄██ ▄█
██ ▄█▄    ▄███  ██
██ ▀███▄ ▄███   ██
██  ▀███████    ██
██    █████     ██
██     ███      ██
██      ▀       ██
██              ██
▀████████████████▀
BUY  BACK
PLANS
[BTC]
unamis76
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1456
Merit: 1001


View Profile
September 10, 2015, 11:17:49 PM
 #345

Has anyone tried dust-b-gone on these addresses?
chek2fire
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 2100
Merit: 1078


Intergalactic Conciliator


View Profile
September 10, 2015, 11:35:36 PM
 #346

get out of that silly spam game. This is their plan to spam the bitcoin network. To give away hundreds of private address and to stress test the network from people that going to claim that bitcoin. They are scammers!!

http://www.bitcoin-gr.org
4411 804B 0181 F444 ADBD 01D4 0664 00E4 37E7 228E
Vlad2Vlad
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 2254
Merit: 1165


www.ixcoin.net


View Profile WWW
September 10, 2015, 11:42:52 PM
 #347

get out of that silly spam game. This is their plan to spam the bitcoin network. To give away hundreds of private address and to stress test the network from people that going to claim that bitcoin. They are scammers!!

It's not working.  It's been 24 hours and I see no complaints on twitter from the usual Bitcoin devs nor do I see an uproar on Reddit about block delays.

So if this is their entire plan then it's just an inconvenience.  That said, this seems really well planned out so I don't think this is the entire gig.  I think the encore is coming.

iXcoin - Welcome to the F U T U R E!
chek2fire
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 2100
Merit: 1078


Intergalactic Conciliator


View Profile
September 10, 2015, 11:47:15 PM
 #348

as i say they are scammers. They say that they have cancel spam attack but this spam attack is running just now

https://blockchain.info/unconfirmed-transactions#oo

free bitcoin promotion is part of their plan to stress the bitcoin network. They give some .5 bitcoin to lure people and after that i am sure that will give away hundreds of address with some satoshis.
they only way to protect the people from them is to negative trust vote to their profile

http://www.bitcoin-gr.org
4411 804B 0181 F444 ADBD 01D4 0664 00E4 37E7 228E
MicroGuy
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 2184
Merit: 1007


www.MicroGuy.com


View Profile WWW
September 10, 2015, 11:51:57 PM
 #349

It's been 24 hours and I see no complaints on twitter from the usual Bitcoin devs nor do I see an uproar on Reddit about block delays.

I would pay zero attention to what you don't see here or on Reddit. lol

The /r/bitcoin is one of the most censored subreddits ever created. I think one mod reported that over 50% of the posts and comments are deleted.


"The Internet unshackled information, Satoshi Nakamoto unshackled money. And money makes the world go round."
CoinWallet.eu
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 14
Merit: 0


View Profile
September 11, 2015, 12:06:33 AM
 #350

L46wEuVYHUKdeKyj7MGbhfiRUgE4fMm8ARYAuRGo5RKBWd4HtFc8
L3APTDhGEwyQ8rHK4bcsBGgmqFxtev9JposYnDNj48ubNMiGrBdX
L2PLw6gn669YkSvn1YVN2AtNuJPxrTEi42t4g2CxunY4ZEJUVSCy
L2KQ2JdHhxGp77qTnR2KpGMTy7JetR4Tu8gT6qaydmBXfMhGasyL
L3J7vuaYL6gWAE4fSf7TZuQtmaeifUQ8GRz7kPhs6kjTuUqF2Zpw
Kx3YboauHXJAqEaospxQScgmfT2qhqXgQQU9ycAcij92q2N6xAwz
johnyj
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1848
Merit: 1000


Beyond Imagination


View Profile
September 11, 2015, 12:31:08 AM
 #351

This will increase the amount of core nodes  Cheesy

tspacepilot
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1456
Merit: 1053


I may write code in exchange for bitcoins.


View Profile
September 11, 2015, 12:40:54 AM
 #352

This will increase the amount of core nodes  Cheesy

Ha, indeed.  I guess it's actually a pretty interesting side-effect that could happen.  Imagine if all of a sudden everyone cranks up a full node and then suddently the bitcoin network has a lot more bandwith.  I guess as long as block sizes are limited you'll still have an issue getting the confirmatinos, but at least the network will be more robust!
Smartbit-Charles
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 8
Merit: 0


View Profile
September 11, 2015, 12:43:27 AM
 #353

Mempool on Smartbit just got to 160k - https://www.smartbit.com.au/

May have to start thinking about ignoring transactions with low fees.
johnyj
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1848
Merit: 1000


Beyond Imagination


View Profile
September 11, 2015, 01:25:21 AM
Last edit: September 11, 2015, 02:34:19 PM by johnyj
 #354

Imagine that a billionaire throwing out $20 notes every second at the top of Empire State Building, it will immediately jam the traffic in whole Manhattan  Grin

But that does not mean that you have to upgrade the road infrastructure of New York city because of this

The stress test will prove that no matter how strong your infrastructure is, there is always a way to create chaos in the network, so the natural solution is to let the fee market develop, thus make the attack more and more expensive and become totally unfeasible

Currently the optimum fee is not automatically calculated for each client, there should be a fee market price feed into major clients

CoinWallet.eu
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 14
Merit: 0


View Profile
September 11, 2015, 01:29:46 AM
 #355

Ky7S2pUjWPq5viZsLVRSaRFYY2vaZf9QhrDfw1bVCpt9St1Gcapg
KyR9wLqTgbWcZitDzgzAJqFDdZtfWV84nbfm9Qj1LwYj1Qkhx1Aa
L1mWty7ebB5cs9rscijztTrVLeeNK5aXXk8bgygistc89Ug9Azhz
L2Xbaxg8QFoLn5URp7GKMyLwEN9dV5TtgpdbXYo7WDJsHZLcT898
L44QVJEMbompCt9vBDaq7tNBK1zvcnxUNxj6sbqRYAMb2sLhmt4A
L3UeMWjDWfF2mCy8LRxYWGQitAR7W6JCD6CeykpBjoPrQxmvTCFY
L3BtHFsXR4LhwZiyWu2binLkvxRGYbKvf4W1PEc8D4je1b7pxinY
L1C5NGMRHUD4uizKt8irrkbU74rhGhESBLEFn5Ay8TSkuAvZecvP
KxtgaTis8ai8ciybFTMPuvuUHcBBAcb49KdtsmCNRMa5zQAwfi1a
L4jETpqAYbV8EMiFnr9FGxTQio5JDePUcEkY1sfvgS6CrF32fgNx
L4FMbVkkXtgW2KRCRFHMWnfd7FPmhXz5jQGA1TGhoRKruTeodEDn
Kzr3KpkUrpvyebestfDNHQutsaTKGka1BurJSadFyKii6NtkqegF
Kx9MA4DXQsBARVvcQoYHoJYwLHEMHXiHyQajtHSG2wKFAHnjYrFF
L18ALk8PwiG3C5t1zh38uW4TUFHz6tezanBbdi5o5X9vbrRHB48s
KyZ2ASWS1kMShsx9oRXMaoATrphdPBbS6GmUPt1x1xLtnjDBr7aa
KxHBFca46WQEqmX5V9R5bwKVBwncrXzSvJG8RLPHHby9KjKyh8FV
L1D9UreHwgh668qz7PgHcjNEGVmxdv5UF9W2jgQ7FAPNyJDFBYeM
L5i9m6h5x5jzqdz7U8jBUrAVNWaU3EkKxennvPNhJu7gDpfCCAzt
L12CsQRuTXwLSUBE7EHetHnhJKqXZcr1wvmWNVKhrKE9QVCD94wC
KwFhyScxbsi7sUUjWFTWZhGqhbC3bvvyW6bK73nu1KcvT5LfUBaw
KwkYsMkpyty8eyX8qe58WHGgbJJuXUEKJSNs7DVV7xNzy4G545uv
L5YG4MBJNyqmHNNoa81heg7aas6kafDfhd1YvLdWCG5F65jCKrW7
L5o3LC2mSdS4j46mPvHdo5ej7jiJWpobgDFXmvm6ZTPjdRjNcHdk
KwgtyN54SdSnntkE3G7RvGDZTcKqrd8JsTB4fr5h4LjRnXdGreZH
L2kgnSeSeGa4CaiutHvaxr3K6yXrFQxNYE3UgjjnSRmPdBbMZX77
Kz98nWT7cPVRGwjfbWaS8jnmgbB8ygGE79EaQ4v46GcswNvwmStV
KwtEKhTnvMvhSzYGD7owkNG2BDfDLyvoDUKZfBZakV7ZgcPh4ahs
L5bqDtnmiDnnYLWepesozfiQ9Kp8CgfNeRHU9AsUyRf5dxoA3JK4
KyXw2WygLCTXJHdbg2tx4cb3PpRArQMFvuwoiSvu8fJYbLB8RXVW
L2sYo2a39gJyix4GNuTQLNEfywngFJifGNHufEM6zBdm7RNezev6
KzHtvq333BS2Sb1itiaTuN1NHPxptgsHRUzR8Y3d7io1ukj6y2Am
L4uBX2AMiZLhSGimfFvrTaak6b8HVHvhMX21k836j4xYQrJp9rGk
L2z2iJdbbf3RVm8QaPWsigzpw8KGbEXkJ1myMsjfsYkMvFYJuAXd
L4FCjERwkyFyAJygXZ5RQ5aKbn3DKjK5yM4yLuNAuqPpJv5KnCBh
KwkCaensKZzU9gRyjH1euWJQZuZZHyFP4AfLfxVG9ksQdFAH8k2e
L1uyjcGGHyviurXBjnUvqeFTFEHxcG4doMTw8jnpSc9yrwTUkxC1
L4NymFhCJ55HKS3ZYgWnLNVzpHb9i6xbiwV3F7AFcp64xdRg4C2X
KyaeBjmKXGacrcG2rFN1SDt5UnVNuNhk6PMLjE5vcrtYC4YGwdS2
L2yCHo5fZQw67TQTT7gra4L5FgBebtvPAb9shCDmPPWy3tKmjhEc
L3jx9z3GywzXtChxTFr8FRwNKnxQrrZz8KbXH5X2AmRjMcPqx5Bj
KzQXkcErn3zMXA8xc4D8bnNgLg9QgUDiQVu6HbyLnqNMFQgGrZxi
L4FxmERCZ3cv4kSZg2qB4k6VRpgrMvMQs2CitTA2686vdHQhTL3y
KxbsXXaZrCjfcgKHJRPgyjmTHo7RVGmm5SYCixa7GX8scyuCN8d3
L2a8QiuXmS29P2RfFHvCrrR6vS9CrkWY5sgxfZMuKVH3zmQgCCLM
L5agmm3bfzSoje5mn2Hmuuj6n2gbxgzBbzQhnHoKFwd2z6JqCfLW
L2td24TCbNr6BDK9p9jm8H2EjFh9i47EiADDG1n1BDUt5YuBpa99
L1VZSipeqS894GBF2iwYJVgi2DmtF1MMAnkccNvf4oHrvHmYLHXB
KwVYnTebW4wpK2TyBEkFyfg8d7nbdxm4VbBJLv8YNXLe6gfRoyzk
KyyP5vp43KKkhCDEczGwsLRenMfNkhe6w3feM6vFu9rc4Jecne7L
L2vfqig6Uke9PCA5ew7CqrSgJjqQCd9rYzVhwohfgeKJbRQMjyqm
KyiYFqQ2zECrnTuPMXoTMAmfuD85uoxCdEDfX6jDb3fsGTX6zM8x
L4URMA13JqnqXEydKzeNH9LawyynBFRBH2Wx7JNku68E4mifMkjW
KzCCwa6Gm8pELVK8qtfnnbcHHECwoveNDrgn1JBe81Dhxaam8X5z
Kz8bpFW6Nds1XN6TrPesobNWxABX1dK7W1PyWByf6vXZujHikWFK
KxGBthFAxHumnHYpWFpgJ3uHp57j6wbmSwHfAE4sok2XkDCmtQjP
L5BB9ZA8qs45CpZPciFM59m5By72MoZadnNyAVWGGNL8t1osy9iZ
Ky4YcosqMKsR1dusHgPvSAwNbetoKrqhMnJ9LAgMK4xhRjroumdh
Kx3ooCoWRPff9jycfyi21K1iXV9Y2kq4iJBn4JRfW5gxMNhm7KQK
L4BkCGPbpW23eEMogwEtNEo29pMj68bMVtzV9qREHcdb9PdiTSt8
L5caRRov8epkoBfbvU4PsDPMJjugeriNzPzc1SuTnjtzHVF5mmDk
KwfbBdLu1MMjP3uEwXExjL62A1WiGzUbPX1VKx9j4ASuhHg1Adu8
L3aS2dxYUqBTr83KLMZBbjnHmjtNvad49VBFrPSAHka2na7kBSBX
L4pVK5zFC7g8w59eLGZRMTBfpGy7zZ84CaegrrgdCp76qqvn9m1R
KyZG1yH4A7jW8ypnK24Sr288G9gfjYgfR6jFAzzUjiQenM5u44rq
KwzwGJac6Sfjovy7Qu5xXdzc4NU6NNaFYhxQz5M22g7uAMTTD7vi
L5Y26XQYzF25iDHJmSK3JohgaptrPtvF3xH8XyUMQTAzTVYnekbC
L18JrKRJGrS4moWysDGKv4Bq9a5j5hU9tEd7QjpUx2PEZTHfmJEH
L3K5gFrK9pxDWZLiTQHXyRxtp9o5RL3qkihvcViVwJbPtpj2KR1o
L4nYYn4X1NH7R987SxZ7kq3CjScNTdgQ9hqNobCvNTfPi1Mp3YYX
L18WXzuTg2SDnhCNrbBNQnuNVFNWBXwEBx4DXG3zjTDWzAMWsc4R
KywGsFujHnDpcMiTZk9sJ322kHxXFFqQby2XQTkPiy8pqbHuHFmX
L4SD8YSWN466UmuemKAsQdJgWh3dHfwY5CTu9uRaAFo18SyZWwEL
L2yYTDovKJDiVpJxa9SEFftC2YkM9TV3cqapmtPJNr6FBcjn2n4W
KyChpW539rw7BJTFcj8LuqHduywzhYSybkykHeHaaME5HNFSexuF
Ky8r77RMHqPj1vUJXe3EzzYcdJyCh9PqhksPKJkLzHEoDe3A2EQa
L2fHTdQuHKa7BagxiK2ydRRjAbWk1jQpLdDJ8MjbYoLb9mmpm79n
L5PH9qNcJhqZtjT1AxTcrRKje4hBfsV7hbgBkqanessrANxo7NTH
L52skYExRUbgRXvFbuwLdDe1461cws6bTbuWbBjcsXdLWUqAdMFi
L2AwdKKy3bKaE6JHeJQaqo2xJmri1FskC29ViQTphZxNQKxSy2ER
L4Kr5LGd74YKd1ArcQE7fUoRH9dozKuojyAyVYkLTcNbHpo6NHf2
KxZjeJqbTyXECnBuNFTGrqcJQMQiTc6jaCwCKRihsvc3MEiNAQcc
L1FAAGQcaD2GgmYQFQZoG25ggWtZRwD5g8Qicb2VmtfRwptAbMkz
L1EKXcf4Wn1PZur4pPVhJXiYrDAKaytpxcyv8eRqLDfbxPNR7GoM
L42eM667kvunaG4UFjxvyACFThHDTM3jresVtxby1cZ9fp9xyUww
L5GZLs9NG8Hh794bM3A5BfX9YFGDg54DW7YLst5WWTLtsWnyfAgk
L2ataRpU4PbzCaLgiUHG8NyYDKerJhrDkAemxPoAxw8Ph7GbMCfG
Kwokod7vjFp9nbVFXf1xqBBr9uZSUBMwCU7ABmfEFPvoLRbDnRFS
KzWA3G6wyAdWSpACmJXAec76xhFxMPhnzwKLK3pk1gxm4RencWmo
L3R65QfpwXRb8gS6zvJWNfC9cfHtA7ea9huGS8abw2k4Ky6Xoaep
L26cCaEnbzf6FzCd33qEmWVSVWNdHJkBMXwcZxRhDB4pHX9oo6KP
L1DoUbneUoNAMqFHeGyerzXyxwbzYWB1mD2JL8sn855EgZKJxC5d
KwZhg39VFzkGZ8C6wBZ2NXUz2rrx3snQoeebps5RamketRC7RVhM
KwgvYd4DvnKKb5UQr2vjELP5hSsudLQ15E2LVhWNFT3upgrp5yEg
L4LzxLNVNXYFucw4VLmb1oPE9R3nw44UD7wrpn5skeKiDcokdwfT
L5jxpu5eadgcLSHeYEYpTE9jebm4mzNkBsXNR7KiS9Pmz9dJ1mZY
L29xgx2gEtrWAD2fCfTRXTyKdqJTgGWtmYuhGXmfsAy1iZYTUUGV
KyyRv9gwDhJhYTvePcu2e6Nn1VkAAngvUySD2uXdzBND3roqQGg3
L4wCqQ6xPb83nLC43sRskKqLD1GjxcCQbH5DNDMpTGBtyYeE7ZZx
L1JseJhAzE4z3eE1UkW7MAHesQbs9nuhCM441Lptnfrq4fTpWq17
L4NLH7mU1c7D6qi4g5ZBcca9hWewVoShQPy34NDMx5h76iPwurKK
KzNt6cRfJdhR5mPsFYHyLEZZGZFEgsTmzgyagh5Nf2z7NW42Vcjv
KwNRfCvTgepnx8Qtq8J17oniaNgkkJfRw2mP7ZZ85SYnuvsw2ppn
L2SJ5QxhteaHPbGZ8jdXfLeS291Xmtffja8VMVMH23CzdzKWanaL
L1NSDCEvMrv1yrXHVA5EbrcEQVudDM1J5ByjgYnPCPta3PwLgCmK
L2vHmvhRvRQsvQqcy3RJhJFcUu67V4jHYXstMLKQK16TrHeVqnEL
L1v7MwdwmgxHhiWd9PCmjbnE3bvSnNHR1jZbNTPnRpKsjmMHJrxT
L3Emftv1f3huCsQArg5wEhLDUn9gh1KqxaDdM5YLNmYyENGzKLWZ
L1p5mLvjVtBdzGVVToxsTh4921TTfGzN6PT5RJkprvEUWhCi2Xtb
L5f7p5bReuXLm3d7rFkpPyGQ1GNpiGuj8QuQ6rNCKXC9bs3J9GEY
L5NndNo6Ay75RS485HR8ogrys3aYGzTSavTJgKMy1KKhrJxTcwU1
KwoDcRL7BZZMMvJZvD9VukKGQBfVUhaDaBhMuqHKmkcHcr9dmdRk
L2L7xnsTRe8118KWNhDzauA1wuJPnsRyeuhGiWN3C8599as2aKiG
L1Ue3ZV62GVaN2YGNQFxghmsjZQ7VUaGaF8URbg5qTja2pDKGEqN
L3FwUFtppzD6DcbXLhk3MfMSBXezJu9V8aCuTvx7id3Hp7voaK9G
KyoaYEw7T55b1GG1jfRVZDr4pFGYMRs7XdQ2DREp56hEt7R1MZXR
L1nzF2UpYRaKhXqDFm1Q8vwkp572HG1BJP58Y25HrzpU3bsUv1PV
L1nV74t4sBoY43BqK71y9hB9uqowYh21Ub5uL45eprYCnmpiQ9To
L2RAdXMezDcijefpVKd29ftk8c2Mu6EvknCMnBRcg6p6SQtp4qrv
L2f6iKwnRf6uX6MCbVooERfiLHwPUKUbUGLVxi7FnjqadtimeWFS
KxGZ4PHnGAoa9hxPePmonR4Xi899W3LgWVr9UXcwroFsoU24MPG9
KwZfXKBYTtxCXsUXdDkioUH7KTzrizQZkd76YiWPiijJBf5sgErw
KwGLMibBvBanhy7XmdSHn7dEYU4hkp5VdxZkpEsntuZGc321YzQ8
KwZGbfdeN7XsqKYo23XJTxuWWgVxB3oDKKwoQvMHePWHy9nhzdKH
L2VQAARsPBHUYjFEUyGghaMRvLPC7jgVz7Dyn2hRSMF5EBBLjEfj
KzRB49WokaoeExfi9KNpVWEjKdhHgmYqvngu8bnEonA1rjSJpMu8
KycJDE66sa3bqbucBEfvULFpmpZeSvmbr75fuXGPY8jYX8Hh85Ba
L1EPfgoQYy6b8ngMmgzd5iynXufNpa5ZFX75zUtVnwcN21R4Gpe2
KxjaJRxK5uCTRr3BCrapnthThXH4grTgBsFB5fgqXS4G36DLVtNK
KxKfNLRWhJXCHUyz7bmtSnMqEwztb8xHYyrzCqzDRUcwJ21QUKGm
L5PnzjaxQovxE1c571oniVcqB4Yc26fp7dQTAwfxRrziVNW6N1c8
L3k5KV43Utrwm3QCRaLjLzRpNJXRw3wxQ2S5zbhqV8nrC2PuBTRW
L2Aha4jBgzv8DK942vVDnnX2w85cSCoD3bchhdQvXwG7KGigrV5H
KxmCLCKksrpcDWzCKuui79cDY9yWDjSbbMMeH2HxnqGzPW3okFRx
L42KkJ4DVPJMwDEE1HNjsfqomTbKU88XotDypR3axphZ6y5mA2CW
KxDkge74B71A9MLd9J22Gr7iUWg5dQ3HV4QXP2Rzt5RTC9gS3RBF
KzEDgD33JwreMq4wUEzDJ3Y41PdPPDHMTaBjCiowQXeJT7rn9qQG
L2m61hZwtoSzVLF18pSzLRpThUv5ahbRLHovygrhWAsmAJYZb1K6
L3DSJDmcJszfNwcZWj8tAnKbtBiPEgxT95ESF41WzZrWB5g2b4QJ
L2BqqkKt3PNvRAEGhvFSbBFZp5pRT9D4QXrMpPbGhJfC7skEx9pa
L1XuUdpoDE8yPNzpvyGm91d9VUqw3v52cmNvKQue5qHtnjnAGj2Q
KxjfoGrwbRVohM7Z1FauB8FRkfkqhocdX8ZgLtBrAheR7EFaCSgU
L47FE9ie49omic5ZFvWYuRmDHAQtvV272NPfCMow1CHZM2FjhGTf
KzjeknS6Tfu7ybFZZWwfsXhgRs9x8SvDWNR9wZ1ysRSzid2wgmbs
KxGKAqwXpiLPbtDEGUuRaGpBZdjYyxZzFMFjpd66d339kfHnMftU
L1YkNSM1N7LQjkSjDbNkwEA1eDKN9uGU4mbjJYh6WLzyXV9jG2sq
Ky5xRXaJKUzuGw51MH74wcLzTY8tey6NEeJHo2qcbdDj5U5CtvfX
KyZ3fJc8GZVjdb52eygJLi8aXcy1pmukcN2X9mrzjjw3EN2HaLQT
KxZiXoJNB4Q5rnFF3vzpMJW8sHZmpZK69uQ42w93qCsMDmbFLXJf
L3igWMk4pxEctRpcMHNWrXzbpBbYpuaszKzeadz88n5Zjv9X4E4M
L3MxBp8nf3gJarUdcYpyaoz7vbbjXYEKfkvLDv2ucbChwiAZ5hs4
KwccZVBuxYgqtTr8E5RSSzc2ioBEENcjDRQwfiLR8YyaDBwiMPx2
L3THaqFBkiZQvsh9aiwR2LhRB73aFcGM2ny1jitxm3HBZSobeJKR
Ky3e3N5tj2NMx3UsmgmLjUPiy5FMEoYT6BupuKegX933ncW7YS9P
Kzwm8qp83DjcG9BLqAv9ii31RaW51J8TfbK5PSTyvj42cn4kFcCD
KyYbioGpMAJdT4xRa2L6fpJ24E7n7tjj2cUSChtxirWCsgjEDBnH
L3JM8mDYcfic25kW4eFF8TBhFoL8pjkojG7BuTVnbSjMmHDTMBak
L3uArTnuZAStdRSx55aYtWB8EcCSnsTSByAqdzv68BsjSSb7NBCx
KweTD9aQd8WyKeqpB9VFW5LKp7ArKPUdTcxaoW5bU1vtJYEAJRNL
L3Kv39f8w7jaRPUJMQLS9LVDqyAoa9dvfw8xs5kx2FatioV216Mj
Kwe8vSrNfiLGgN6ePiyeTjnxCEfHY5BLZyi72DVfLqGSczxBMbgw
KzZCdpcBFhdxGRN3VZS42UFR5JVt2GeHt1soruMD9y9iVX3uY736
KxWcFNwZvHSazg2XZrKnv8WTvbfCWWuuzT427ZeWucyq1NZzYR4M
KxxNmGhu6biciM8eUKs9APxS8Wm6yBMrSHjjNYBRVEWYa5mRnz54
L4sTY9RWCSqqPRLXdDagvtYU7epH1Zea3tUb3iYR8A1rfqmJuk5Q
L4v9n1sj9wRezDspYmaBJmp4ci2HUPY66NaSNJg4HgPbYz1iWUb8
L45fHvCRm3PmmKawCUeD2gE5w7YJBPxRBmyeJLsTnfq9bmsNrSmC
KwoFydScWRFaAYaqbHiVNoAjNsw6ApubyjCWjbrUPndT6ag3rWYW
KxaukNPJBjjH9vuSh7uLMktoTNWg7tHQ74cb5avee3XWtD2x9nLA
Kxc9HgTsUvEajgvjyczMmqnze5couD49AcCjwmXkBnnFU63wuQqW
L3yr9LbUrxmX9EckAtDGmfjbUTLA3yzA4DhEgnqcKF1jdvGGFYdW
L1SVuRMBDXtr1DMT9nhrvanxdUSQnab4pVi7SzA1Sywa5pwpYpeZ
KwzLdERBDCdxL3VTocFg8rdCHZtYhmqXZyBLPJ3gPuN6nXM1AWL3
L2r9GE3GVMDreUuwcufvFWSrY8dXz9pwmqzQUD44g3DNbaSTwMPU
L41mncKhK4cYfzyyGz9qNdJ3MRxbPzi2ktVh7kVNF3UejCm9VueQ
Kx7jfgFmftKcaEFdsfRURP3qjdUY5AWxBRD32HkgSV1LQf1VxcJp
L177ZrwsJK8vHzLfQcUArArdt5BVmACUTXWatjDactXtutRvr6t7
L2GnpdrVaJMC4uSQssARroMbTAV5tAaYt9TKXnUSXiAiGA8tYCWv
L1zsQndwkiHMnPfZ1yYiRkyMGKdVaLyVhDhqpkDqGGnbMk5CHqig
L1rrovJoFPM5VFb2sP1xgY9R6QXtaRKXPPfUvAZJQVTmBC9DnXbw
L5B2A5TjfxNppQSckFEcJvRN8jTWa6ZX1offS6jMgk2zFGAH3A4f
L4knmKYrQTXM5DoT5o6SH8v478DmkR1RBRTN5gr2S4ySKaXkHpGa
L4YQcjPJQkPDQrRnaE2NHLMXPPsDX8VgPXeZoeY9wVRkeZ8VgJcH
L5eraw7gjU8m8haaooroxWhRBTc44xqbrBUrVAcjSjez6UJ3rJ1R
L17abW63roREZZKg8QcXFXuJyTvEhVW9opJKZQW73ivswfhzvBY7
L3x6xL2JuLgqmXUM8CvS9Zoq6hYHxU5zEEH7wh1Dc73MULWZUFwz
KyAPvnvokJPzBs36vXDS7wMrRN5PF8Ki4uzqUaaYTomBo6yZqKR5
L2CWZmRNwZMJSF5p4bv2e7eNHdjtjpgJmzx8txF4de25ySVkqen5
KysmpCT1WnzkXRcScXZBVoy7AcYZpAKHykyvv1r2APpCu9kWE8th
L2xowVaGtDXL2raynHaLcWYpoQHRRCVVMCnstHZktZcVixwVBs1E
KxEJhVU4PkYnHnvxhsLiiUrrnFiRXEPJQLLgNrHqsPVgg8WhQd5q
KwN7tKEq9KUeZmbRR3mXCBsn9X5TW4oPjtgBPmH2Ba6b13HaYAZY
L1DMhRfaLH2HfbvHxxmZLD2UtfAsSCjhViKjVEYq82G8dwYMEQ1V
L5Nb8uNHnoze2YsVCANLeT6mnwpXQGSJuzwZgWoSYwbiZTKSWqEZ
KxxNqiiDNjkmk4ohQSDCPJ7NxBxLaZdgKS66tzv4iixHQA43QUH9
KwQz9uBtbGC4DsKr652BYsKcxkSGo4gvGnFR3Thw1CweJEsuLvak
L5KMzh6yUYms6mezUPwE93rr3pAR8SVX4cUxGJL9uM43qbJeDwoY
Kzi32BLvTm4sXNwfSosPQdQog3ABQqkd1o5mR4mhc2Tribt67v7B
L5giX45vVJWVMBwzGXK49R9TqjohT6TSrv2ZBwNgKbYe1fqQ5JT4
KwVH41dfhSn7Pe8UNEJyvooxyCbbE67Xs9qMEpHzUqnxn9GDKd7a
L45NZVCn2T2bpjL4tuGc81H5zLWuETqCX6gYsmNuRPBDNtZw5Dow
KwhWNeaHDhdxB8cMuRkucD3zNHZa1TehukNYmDW9cFWeje6sP3P5
L4As2aSRvPoRXs4TAhaVC7nyrx33JWD92dTRq1YKgCLKREGT1U7h
L1Zb4vc5iZGpzzjeRLbKCGXdgZCWgSu5TRNGB9SFe8txEidh49C4
KzURW7sKBncBH2iaBXYbJLm54JDvBdH4V5DdeqbbKuZJ6UL8N2dv
L5coufHF2J4YH1UUvaraojymD76Ziq5DdDkkJqevw6aXBQ4fQBhi
L4XwttaUyMaAhPJ8tECXUxfNDbNAnPrFyDPW2fshAdbBvL5uaWmm
L5N9RiyCtJP77Bpp9pKoTFm8FV4sr1FNrSQrnsjp7XdXiCEKtnVY
L1tHbhtx7EsNKBguPHu5pAhAkgFiW6oJPBvBrR6o1Dc6oqnKztqt
L49gPhTt9x36QgnasRrZuoQqBjHjQ1JDFMYQfn5D2ZQrNsFU2XQ3
L27uVnxPn4PAxEsSL5TTbUEKamsUsHfmDfHaG1EGtvaXf9aveaEX
KxGXZzeSucdiFst9cJjLC11qmBVJSLABMohwrctFryudDxgDYXBY
L38d5X8bHAsn65kJhjBh479z73ninowwSPjeeboiTwKQ4Yeq3x3p
L2ZrxXXVXbph9Qa1WHrXvZGDRHPXm5hYHZxXYNpT8VZdD9BEAi5h
KwuSzKGRi4e8HywvfUxFW4eZLeUyWEd3ZJXcr6YgAd736H75btW6
L3gYYB7KGUnqJiLph5ocGp2UHpEPic81xHvmSJhgURgYtWBhArgu
L3GzdFEXuGbddi4rz9wTdN6pmtp1aDVWaDvCTYh4uNH63SWUpQV9
L3DUMf6A6bwsAFHnK6XPfB2RmjAugvtNZXVbAR5hVUGikF3cttSz
L3sjdkCjRjx3WD4DwpeWpn2DhteJi6o2QPSJDJTxPSErk5WnS4h4
KwaAYqxZ1DZCXvuRoxQeo4hVSish7CQ5k6ph1wbgbrfbHCAxwr6Y
L1zDPJijS8aM6djjpSRm7Mn9iaDgfXL4kBdUjDu5o1gHWy75nsAr
KzT1S8Ms7YKFkJ76M7fA5StzB1bNioNytPSHVkh2GHeLrJXKjF2t
L4rfYSSZjXTG78DYuECZCoXLMUbkwQ4kFbKqja4aRKkxXpyiihsR
L4oYTBTm9YHqqtDUK7WDHxzfifzNVKKQwknrorx7esctZAqmJ5Jw
KxE8Qvao9rfj5uehDThAL4aBB5SV1yQGrRPWD3fkU4kaj4QE5qxL
L4vNZ86Pp6mkEPSPz9EcELK8cp1BxP3LWjxh7QvDanuMQBUJT9cG
KwmEFQYq7VYji4RWFkVTPJ3V3bBNeryrN2WRshU9o2Kgd4STcDRm
L2ou4E9vccgC3myD1mLtyxLTDyEVM5iq5g6X9HLLoTqQ6hRKE1w7
L3YrvT1biLQSAioWdxfKrByNbwGijh9bkvpYxe2NjSYtzMU2ZnV9
KyKAoVFsKkEAekjCoamf8MCKxudvzbfXT6ikyJwsXaPLrow5GceQ
Kxaj4bZ44qXy6F2uyiZ3YjswVSSaBfXhtjeWruBpreYgFBW5SkBD
Kx75DiEcdEeKYJucgjAJQG9apzFnHdmCfyB7BgrdRX35J8GWXk2p
L1g9Ud88LJjyaJAJ5F99cpe6ycAV31wND1b6bGoC9UNrNQwrdKFK
KyFKXPCdaVbd7iAXMSzGKnKQkuuDe3PHHindxsSw8NeFVy5TFaQa
KzURPwux6KGXmvwKwUiDM5Rp8ti5dGowWBQm2MyuXD8E7gVBWMSX
L28W3GwEE7rGJrfE4GqgodbeAYKVPMrUyQjGsdJRwwb1M5aFSqRj
L4hGWLa9Bv5P2VASaWgRaRB8RKeuotytWkFmXfYLK7yA3V6ZCSPD
KyGm8t9T4muhTmB7jzMQjDwQBj538ofrYv5zKFsXciAAXHLqZwMt
KyzipmiqsqFeYzwgDMArWvV2oR5d7vHyLxAo3aEGjEJcf1YUcxwp
KwdndRKZnJpMZxTFCKjknGtru8gMdp97fb6mSL8dqK1CZinuTAkS
Kyd8FKpSEMsXYitoaXryueguhYzrzcvsMLHLc6CVzgp5ehy5sDhj
L1geK7NEk1na8uJ7RqEjW2kfyEMphb7YpUBoTh9K1FbSrMKed33T
L36ncr8oRcJH31U74E9uCa9xYxm9gowc4svSu4KeFvvaF4zFsvYz
L4isHsWnqAtc6sc5FtN6jTRYqnMDGdZ8SE1YwEtMtxvNsD8BSSzA
L3z6PJMifWxnANK8yKEXfqdumQ2UzFpxv6cowxdrtyksWVQ67Y68
L1oUKtfWYj3ZyYvBTxTpy4Rwj4CT4SNuxysciNkT2v2f3MQYccoU
L1Rujydr3n63zkuFGR3AAXjbHBvkJxzRzCqYqs6sETM1HEfb7vGc
Kz2qPGJnBEypQYXmsHQ8h2riQZHASQvZrVS5JNc57QdTxvEghZCT
L3E5YNtdVAMQ1uaMQEksR3YzCZ4mquiDFnLyfRN69qTBWZ16DGxs
worhiper_-_
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 700
Merit: 500


View Profile
September 11, 2015, 02:12:56 AM
 #356



Transactions average more than 1Kb each. Isn't that x4 the average?
basil00
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 60
Merit: 10


View Profile
September 11, 2015, 02:21:35 AM
 #357

If you want a detailed look at the spam (rather than trying to infer it from mempool sizes), then try TxMon: https://reqrypt.org/txmon.html (disclosure: txmon is my own project).

Currently it reports: tx/s=2.93 bytes/s=13596.2
(enabled via --verbose command-line option).

Note that the 1MB limit supports ~1666.7 bytes/s, so we are currently about 8x capacity.  I've seen it spike to ~100000 bytes/s, which even overwhelms 8MB blocks.
voxelot
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 265
Merit: 250


View Profile
September 11, 2015, 03:01:42 AM
 #358

CoinWallet

johnyj
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1848
Merit: 1000


Beyond Imagination


View Profile
September 11, 2015, 03:25:22 AM
 #359

Actually I regard this as some kind of bitcoin faucet, not spam. Because you are still possible to construct valid transactions with decent fee, just each transaction is so huge that it stress the network heavily

A normal 1 input transaction is 220 bytes, but a 2000 input transaction will be 400KB, almost fill an average block. I think any transaction that combines more than 10 input should have significantly raised fee to discourage this kind of low value high frequency transaction

This test just showed that the blockchain is not suitable to do low value high frequency transaction, no matter how big the block size is

austinhaney79
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 3
Merit: 0


View Profile
September 11, 2015, 03:25:35 AM
 #360

So, what, I uploaded a shit ton of these keys, it says I have oodles of btc in my blockchain acc, and I can't do shit with it... Fucking useless I guess, unless anyone has any ideas?
Pages: « 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 [18] 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 »
  Print  
 
Jump to:  

Sponsored by , a Bitcoin-accepting VPN.
Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.19 | SMF © 2006-2009, Simple Machines Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!