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Hello Again Everyone,

Before I begin; this is obviously a less used account, so I'm presenting two more accounts
of mine that aren't -XXIII-, hopefully to gain a little more trust as I step into this community.

Crunchbang forums, monkey of rage c.2014: http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?pid=440527#p440527
Reddit, 008660100108, c.2015: https://www.reddit.com/r/test/comments/42rems/womp/

Allow me to present the third incarnation of keysCrow, Anonymous Multisig Escrow.

keysCrow was built to be less of an escrow service and more of a resource for a third key in 2-of-3 multisig Bitcoin transactions.
We intend on being as little involved in the transactions taking place as possible. We don't take exchange information, output destination, build, sign, nor broadcast transactions. The only time keysCrow will contact it's users is for a dispute claim.

keysCrow is available as a hidden service:
   http://crow3inkebaymnzn.onion/
As well as clearnet (SSL WARNING! SELF SIGNED CERT)
   http://keyscrow.com

Contact methods:
   email:      support@keyscrow.com
   freenode IRC:   http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=keyscrow&uio=MTE9MTEzcf
   bitmessage:   BM-2cXjCXeFz7kMDTaKhEGXyiHiPhXckBMdi1
   reddit:      https://reddit.com/u/-XXIII-
   
How to use keysCrow:

Once a deal has been reached with the buyer and seller, an escrow provider can now be sought out. When selecting keysCrow to create your multisig addresses, please have the following information available:

    Your desired dispute arbiter, understand the difference between selecting keysCrow and a trusted cosigner:
        Selecting keysCrow will create a 2-of-3 multisig address, with the arbiter being keysCrow support staff.
        Selecting a trusted arbiter creates a 2-of-4 multisig address, with a known community member being the dispute arbiter.
    A valid email address,
        Used for support communication
    A PGP key, optional; highly recommended
        If provided, all email to users will be encrypted. All support tickets sent to staff are encrypted.
    A Public P2SH Key,
        Used to sign the multisig address into existence.
    And whether you are the Bitcoin sender, or the recipient thereof.

Filling in and submitting the contract form will generate a URL which is to be shared with the sencondary involved party. This URL will automatically update to display the multisig address and redeemScript after the second party signs the contract with the above information via the provided URL.

It is at this point where users are free to send Bitcoin, and finalize transactions without needing the involvement of keysCrow or it's arbiters. However, keysCrow provides the option for the sender to 'release' the server's private key to the Bitcoin recipient, which will allow them to withdraw Bitcoin from the multisig address. Any transaction finalized this way is automatically closed, and no further support will be provided on the contract.

Note: This website does NOT automatically create or sign rawtransactions into the network.

Automated processes:

    Creating multisig addresses, 2-of-3/2-of-4
    Delivers server private key to BTC recipient on sender's request
        For manual withdrawl by the recipient
    Submission of support tickets to escrow arbiters

At no point in time will keysCrow or it's arbiters contact users regarding transactions, unless a dispute ticket is submitted.

Why is my email address needed?
User email addresses are used for support purposes: in the event of a dispute, we may contact either or both contract signees for further involvement.

We may also send the Bitcoin Recipient the server's randomly generated private keys at the request of the Bitcoin Sender, which will enable the Recipient to finalize and withdraw Bitcoin from the multisig escrow address. As per above, the contract is considered closed at this point.

How are disputes handled?
When a support ticket is created, an encrypted email is sent to the selected arbiter. A support member will contact the person who submitted the ticket, gather necessary info, then proceed with announcing a dispute to the other party. In the event of a dispute being unable to come to a resolution, the total amount of Bitcoin will be split 50% between the buyer and seller, minus dispute fees. Considering the 2-of-N nature of multisig, besides the arbiter at least one party must agree to sign the resolution transaction.

How much do you charge?
All escrow transactions are finalized by without keysCrow's involvement, therefore we cannot take any fees for escrow.
Dispute tickets incure a 1% fee, which goes to the selected arbiter. Tips generated by the contact form also proceed to the selected arbiter.


 
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GO AWAY SCAM LOL

I wouldn't be saying that with such a negative trust level.
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GO AWAY SCAM LOL

I wouldn't be saying that with such a negative trust level.

Just shut up you noob fool you are SCAMMER
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January 28, 2016, 11:41:31 AM
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GO AWAY SCAM LOL

I wouldn't be saying that with such a negative trust level.

Just shut up you noob fool you are SCAMMER

Explain to me how I can scam people out of their money when the site doesn't even build nor sign transactions?? How could I possibly scam them when the redeemScript matches the public P2SH address perfectly??

I've clearly gone out of my way to prove I'm honest and legit, and will continue to do so. Unless you have something constructive to say: GTFO troll, your comments are worthless.
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