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November 14, 2015, 12:10:26 AM
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I would take the offer of HotSwap. If he really could crack the 50 entropy password within 2-4 weeks then this is the best deal for you. I would give it a try.

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November 14, 2015, 05:58:44 PM
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I would make an offer if the start bid was a little lower.   I am interested, and have a few ideas, but they are all long shots.

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November 20, 2015, 05:24:21 PM
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So what if i make this a challenge combined with a lottery?

Brainstorming:

I send a copy of the extracted keyfile for let's say 0.05BTC
Everybody that 'buys' the keyfile is put on a list, and if someone manages to crack the passphrase, the contents of the wallet get divided by all those users.


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November 20, 2015, 05:36:26 PM
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So what if i make this a challenge combined with a lottery?

Brainstorming:

I send a copy of the extracted keyfile for let's say 0.05BTC
Everybody that 'buys' the keyfile is put on a list, and if someone manages to crack the passphrase, the contents of the wallet get divided by all those users.



More than likely most would just buy a spot on the list and do nothing.
Small price to pay for a bunch of BTC

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November 20, 2015, 05:50:36 PM
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So what if i make this a challenge combined with a lottery?

Brainstorming:

I send a copy of the extracted keyfile for let's say 0.05BTC
Everybody that 'buys' the keyfile is put on a list, and if someone manages to crack the passphrase, the contents of the wallet get divided by all those users.


what about you publish extracted data and anyone who cracks the password would 'blackmail' you for bounty, simple Smiley

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November 20, 2015, 05:52:31 PM
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So what if i make this a challenge combined with a lottery?

Brainstorming:

I send a copy of the extracted keyfile for let's say 0.05BTC
Everybody that 'buys' the keyfile is put on a list, and if someone manages to crack the passphrase, the contents of the wallet get divided by all those users.


what about you publish extracted data and anyone who cracks the password would 'blackmail' you for bounty, simple Smiley

That's what i'm trying to avoid  Grin

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November 20, 2015, 06:02:09 PM
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So what if i make this a challenge combined with a lottery?

Brainstorming:

I send a copy of the extracted keyfile for let's say 0.05BTC
Everybody that 'buys' the keyfile is put on a list, and if someone manages to crack the passphrase, the contents of the wallet get divided by all those users.


what about you publish extracted data and anyone who cracks the password would 'blackmail' you for bounty, simple Smiley

That's what i'm trying to avoid  Grin
nothing bad about this in my opininon, you could get to media with such competiton, you could end up with multiple users who solved the password and you just pick the best offer Smiley

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November 22, 2015, 07:28:48 PM
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So what if i make this a challenge combined with a lottery?

Brainstorming:

I send a copy of the extracted keyfile for let's say 0.05BTC
Everybody that 'buys' the keyfile is put on a list, and if someone manages to crack the passphrase, the contents of the wallet get divided by all those users.


what about you publish extracted data and anyone who cracks the password would 'blackmail' you for bounty, simple Smiley

That's what i'm trying to avoid  Grin
nothing bad about this in my opininon, you could get to media with such competiton, you could end up with multiple users who solved the password and you just pick the best offer Smiley

Good idea, but there have to be minimum - something like 1BTC
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November 22, 2015, 08:02:57 PM
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So what if i make this a challenge combined with a lottery?

Brainstorming:

I send a copy of the extracted keyfile for let's say 0.05BTC
Everybody that 'buys' the keyfile is put on a list, and if someone manages to crack the passphrase, the contents of the wallet get divided by all those users.


what about you publish extracted data and anyone who cracks the password would 'blackmail' you for bounty, simple Smiley

That's what i'm trying to avoid  Grin
nothing bad about this in my opininon, you could get to media with such competiton, you could end up with multiple users who solved the password and you just pick the best offer Smiley

Good idea, but there have to be minimum - something like 1BTC

That's way to steep.

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