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February 03, 2017, 04:54:04 AM
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on 2017-01-23 from 7PM to 8PM this address (1EPKSuFjTH3xbCK3b5ebaPbe8iUGvKvF8a) started receiving (first arrow in pic below) lots of transactions which were all strange and then started sending them out (near second arrow)



all the transactions it was receiving were strange, for example each of the sending addresses send their balance in multiple transactions instead of just one (sometimes up to 9 transactions) within a very short time frame (from couple of seconds to 1 minute). all with these transactions had higher fee than the normal of that time. and if they are followed back, they are all involved in strange transactions with behavior similar to what happens during spam attacks (also at the same time when a peak happens in the size of mempool)

and surely enough spam attack happened on 2017-01-23 around 10 PM and mempool started growing fast. numbers going to 50-70K.

same process was repeated on 2017-01-30 for this address (16FEW2CboX5hVk3FqxNJ3Wt5StySpu1TZH)

a total amount of 1.6 million dollar in these two addresses and much more in related ones.

now i ask you, coincidence? idiocy? or mother of all spams?


another one:
3DFxwfbPhPcqwXDKAZs83pWGuwasYKqdyR (notice the 10 seconds apart transactions)


another one:
1GDhoFrzbQ6Yp9LitKEH8xnWhUjhmaQRft (notice the 1-10 seconds apart transactions starting from back in 2012)


The following set of quoted addresses are claimed to be used by Komodo notary nodes but all the transactions created by these keys are a waste of space so they are listed here as a part of spam attack.
an example transaction from the first key:
https://blockchain.info/tx/1148de03991e0bf17e2846e7eb9373f7ae280ca07349f637052a6874c5b2eb5c?show_adv=true



a little bit of history!
the oldest massive scale spam attack that i can remember was called "stress test" back in Aug and Sep 2015 where they started sending transaction with 0.0001BTC and 0.0001BTC fixed fee. then to make matters worse they started releasing the private keys of the addresses involved. soon there were hundreds of people with access to these keys and hundreds of transactions spending the same outputs.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=553487;sa=showPosts

interestingly enough, this method of spam attack is still being used. 1BoatSLRHtKNngkdXEeobR76b53LETtpyT is a well known bitcoin address used in vanitygen with a publicly known private key.

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February 03, 2017, 05:05:37 AM
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The earlier of these spam attacks has been discussed to death here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1762690.0

The graph of rise in transaction sets at the time did not follow the normal stochastic nature of random transaction events. There was a perfect curve with a rise in the number of transactions starting from 2017-01-24 at 06:00 until it peaked at 17:00. After that there have been random injections into the network to keep the value high. The perfect curve is consistent with a single entity constructing a careful crafted set of injections into the network.

See:
http://statoshi.info/dashboard/db/transactions

Change the graph to see the last seven days and you will see why this is not just some random rise in transactions.

It's once again likely a political stunt to bring attention to blocksize and/or segwit.

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February 03, 2017, 05:09:26 AM
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yes but i don't see any proof, such as addresses involved in this attack in that topic.
only thing that is filling it up and bumping it a couple of times is a couple of users like kiklo spreading false information.

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February 03, 2017, 05:28:12 AM
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yes but i don't see any proof, such as addresses involved in this attack in that topic.
only thing that is filling it up and bumping it a couple of times is a couple of users like kiklo spreading false information.

Very good catch there OP, I was also intrigued with the way this spam was done and I could also not figure out with what address it was done. Thanks for the graph, it makes it easier to see the impact as the mempool fills up. It is obvious this person or group knew exactly how to cripple the network and what attack to launch.

You have just given us the evidence and not the theory behind this attack. All the speculation can now be dropped, the evidence is there. ^smile^

These people are doing a lot more harm, than good with these attacks.

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February 22, 2017, 01:49:49 PM
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A new address involved with spam attacks:
Code:
1GDhoFrzbQ6Yp9LitKEH8xnWhUjhmaQRft
This one seems to be one of the old ones, spamming from 2012 up to now, and there is no other explanation for sending small amounts to the same address below with seconds apart.
Code:
1GmaH1FeGnioyGGd3RVyPXawTRQLS7g2v9
This time with much smaller fee amounts (~20 sat/byte) unlike the previous ones.

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February 25, 2017, 07:27:18 AM
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It's once again likely a political stunt to bring attention to blocksize and/or segwit.
This may or may not be true. However if you assume it to be true, then why not make these types of attacks more expensive to execute?

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February 25, 2017, 07:29:10 AM
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Just a question, why do these spammers not simply spam double-spends, if they're not trying to get their transactions into the block? Because 20 sat/bye most probably wont get confirmed, right?



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February 25, 2017, 07:31:59 AM
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The only question need to be answered is WHY?
What the hell is their purpose? To bring down bitcoin? This could be a work of someone who is really being stepped by bitcoin and what are those? Banks? Alts? Government? Gold investors? They even use a large amount of money just to make other transactions slower. They sure want some bitcoin user to give up using it.

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February 25, 2017, 08:05:09 AM
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The only question need to be answered is WHY?
What the hell is their purpose? To bring down bitcoin? This could be a work of someone who is really being stepped by bitcoin and what are those? Banks? Alts? Government? Gold investors? They even use a large amount of money just to make other transactions slower. They sure want some bitcoin user to give up using it.

I think their purpose is to create a balance, I believe so. Bitcoin is the continuous appreciation with a perfect curve, and suddenly it stopped and unpredictable change, I think that's their adjustment, your questions really reasonable. that's just my speculation temporary, actually I do not know why. if possible, I think we need someone more professional, a talented entrepreneur, or someone more knowledgeable and he will explain to us everything.

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February 26, 2017, 03:03:13 PM
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Adresses spotted by amaclin (from https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1803970.0) are not spamming but used by komodo notary nodes
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1605144.0
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February 26, 2017, 03:35:20 PM
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Or maybe the government dogs are trying to DDOS the blockchain network through sending spammy transactions to the entire network.
For simple reasons like to hurt the bitcoin price value and to stop it from soaring up.
After all, bitcoin is their biggest rival in the market so they wanna take down this digital currency that they dont have any control to.

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February 26, 2017, 03:57:52 PM
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Might be dark net money laundry business considering the net amount of coins in the addresses

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February 26, 2017, 05:38:10 PM
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Adresses spotted by amaclin (from https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1803970.0) are not spamming but used by komodo notary nodes
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1605144.0

You've already gotten a proper answer so i won't repeat it.
but in this topic, i am listing all the "Spams" on bitcoin blockchain whenever i find a series of them anywhere. and as you can see i am keeping the "why" of it to a minimum.

and this IS spam no matter the reason:
64 tx_in and 50 tx_out

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February 28, 2017, 08:09:04 AM
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You've already gotten a proper answer so i won't repeat it.
You should repeat such things more and more times.
There are several reasons to do it.
a) My English language is not too strong to explain everything clear to native speakers
b) I am not famous person and my words have been questioned
c) If you repeat words - this will be yours words.

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February 28, 2017, 08:12:55 AM
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This may or may not be true. However if you assume it to be true, then why not make these types of attacks more expensive to execute?
Nobody can make them more expensive as an individual. Segwit would provide more room, therefore it would require more fees to do this.

Might be dark net money laundry business considering the net amount of coins in the addresses
Doubtful.

Or maybe the government dogs are trying to DDOS the blockchain network through sending spammy transactions to the entire network.
For simple reasons like to hurt the bitcoin price value and to stop it from soaring up.
After all, bitcoin is their biggest rival in the market so they wanna take down this digital currency that they dont have any control to.
Highly doubtful.

OP this is a nice find. I was confident it was another wave of 'subtle' spam. Remember, people like Roger Ver have massive amounts of Bitcoin and could do this for a long time (not that I'm saying its him).

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February 28, 2017, 08:34:09 AM
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You've already gotten a proper answer so i won't repeat it.
You should repeat such things more and more times.
There are several reasons to do it.
a) My English language is not too strong to explain everything clear to native speakers
b) I am not famous person and my words have been questioned
c) If you repeat words - this will be yours words.

haha, i am not native English speaker either. and besides for some people it doesn't matter what you say, how many times you say it and who is saying it Smiley
and i am trying not to get sucked in who and why of these spams as much as possible that's why i didn't repeat and just linked the reply.

OP this is a nice find. I was confident it was another wave of 'subtle' spam. Remember, people like Roger Ver have massive amounts of Bitcoin and could do this for a long time (not that I'm saying its him).

Thanks, i can't take all the credit though. i usually find these things from different sources and i thought why not make topic and put them all in one place maybe someone finds out more about who really is doing these spams by doing some blockchain analysis.

and i am trying not to reserve my opinion about who and why of these spams to myself (feel free to discuss it though) and mostly stick to the fact that these spams are happening and this is one of the examples of how users are affected (bitmixer payments):

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February 28, 2017, 08:42:44 AM
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me using ViaBTC accelerator
Sometimes it can not help
Take this link to your collection
https://blockchain.info/address/39sfuA8pY4UfybgEZi7uvA13jkGzZpsg5K
You can see a lot of chained transactions here.
The owner wastes blockchain space sending the chain of transactions instead of
making one tx with many outputs. Nobody cares Smiley

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February 28, 2017, 08:44:12 AM
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Here's another list as provided by a IRC member. The left number is not the number of TXs, but rather the number of created UTXOs from a certain address, currently sitting unconfirmed in the mempool:

Code:
1250;"13hB6VxWn52YuzXJJ9FE6Y7NVnT5CtRjmD"
1225;"1FoXbDsvXgwVoFwkszaZjkuRRDADoWTygX"
1114;"37p9pUugydmoLpQyFLLqGAgjWmUFERa1Pq"
797;"1DZQLUB5nYngw52zUoA7AQ1aJ74UXr4nBF"
707;"3QQB6AWxaga6wTs6Xwq8FYppgrGinGu15f"
675;"1GKzbQR4NMLXCCYFiFVFXE52gffjv8cLUs"
660;"1Pby9MMZxWyJCh1mwTWu88R5b16RLwDhds"
646;"18RJoQdpxZuCMn9UgdhuDWYAtz4b3uHWSh"
646;"1EH8kxoWZa8wZ7aBRjTCHbQoXAqaKkEu3d"
644;"19sk6EAGn2TNZsRoxKcp4vPe597cj1dmXj"
643;"15R3C2ZKmak5pCc4duLY2jLtFD3o1jaeNd"
642;"1MghixZrbhncwLGWXiP3ZdeDKhzBaJQPKu"
642;"1PigjQNtoDha3xRHivKfRSCfioNzYEukzM"
642;"1L5ykndv7aiEB33ojjDqyTKjmVykiHtobH"
641;"19bNaMgEkqx4ns53MUrvCz8yZgHRXVouxi"
641;"1NxrVmbHuPfxzf4E5bCF4pU5kVDqjQsPMr"
640;"1N7WEwgnh5rFuznG5gy38ZkeeWacLFWZnF"
640;"1F2YvHS6zJv4jTqFgMM4erUXcRXH8W798u"
639;"1PzfSMCJXNggBpb5MZj4UqcTnDgvKheJqr"
639;"16dD2ivfipYyg3s5MiVy9RJTissxnxde9x"
638;"1GxR3ci8Q8UdrzU3PDEfMswpeQdNphKrrj"
638;"18tFbBp4Vn7eBaPDkfms4WcQHDbpScAkuG"
638;"13swCVuXeZhWkmwEXod83Mv2YWKVqYeMVS"
638;"1FUbfkGzm7fcrexDCkx2ATFghJY7u7nZf8"
635;"1PKQ4ssN4hpJmpmkNYVSTxadNNbDLJ7v37"
635;"13Yd4cceh8JsBukRuRx1H1kt7jbvcV2rYy"
632;"1Ezn5qr7VxNu8ysBgViL3rX1uFxnNL4Fu"
631;"1C8c66yipm2vwxJAZCKpi3BJKdV4EaCNGL"
619;"12BPPXrTBEdNDJip5LpAy8LuURE9MRGXiq"
589;"1BkFfsYufY83DqBsd4sYGSGCWMhUEQmeNW"
588;"1HmixPDLTcVSqiyne2JFLj1F1hKVmpC1pU"
584;"1GSd9b6Kzfh25uqZEfsC2rwN6mMUvwuLGi"
583;"1JedibY1Aepb6CjtiKVMb6h8bhXzgiYSL2"
582;"1CwzdV2srLLCnf87erExNA4oEURz2AxPY3"
582;"1J1SMGPzfobKReMvCYfaBf4tshzzeDc9Db"
581;"1M3hLovi5JckrEB1SbN5xXKzhqCRQLLtHa"
580;"1PZSMG2qBKuQcemzeV8odYADD6xYhwMBcT"
579;"1HePRTS9UKZjSh2cfDnzfy44w6T6g4z8hS"
577;"1E2ac2gxeFR2ir1H3vqETTperWkiXkwy99"
576;"1EXnwhS6xD2FHxKMUuuVYdYXnuq421xwUP"
576;"1HvDEybR7sX1w3VPcKKpSMGEmqN2kBGAp2"
576;"1LaTUQVT6jk2wv1w9CE27UZd2SZDrzJtx8"
576;"1M7yrxRLefgjxPNXMtsRfQ2ExJT1aoYr8a"
576;"15mC3hFa1gkcaKQFf3VJJ7KnjrekoozMro"
575;"15GgmzJH9idwdQriM6SjZkWejWoHiobn5N"
574;"1TWDh4PrHLFujRYujyZBWs2NPJN1hVux4"
574;"169d1dD8HYf5SDHzVsxvK56jdGuRondtyA"
572;"1975tJqepTaVZKCLGNQWjHSp1wSCSuybke"
570;"171ERtCXZha6huG6CneqqXBbNhng57Dnb6"
506;"1M2sapnonA8iancSEhLAJgjQGeQC47PKNA"
500;"1FcbmVyyDjp4XSpruVKSMxRX8E7oWh1QAv"
465;"1cYgJk61B8XhNJmLgbxWQ8C1cTD9i62bC"
457;"1Jk7tz1aV4nSkqpurNzdgUTf5fety9g7JP"
454;"15FxFngAdULgovYV1jDy4AHSPsgKCdKWb5"
441;"1HPpy2dJ5TYudTaMZkW9Eu539iyttNScnd"
440;"18rdKmjrg1EawxgiVT3ikLExj6GWS2MNCk"
402;"1GjwxCA3RckyWGogdZamb35Zq1HNXyHQJs"
400;"1MDY66ydrMtN1EmPYwBJskP2wkikrr7WGZ"
370;"1D24UGSHdandjkuUKzM8at8rtcmqBdgiYz"
360;"19PfW28kMoM16uYGpvZcVZx3iGEUP3AHQk"
341;"3LQxUzikM2rWBhUFrLFNiuWPbPLLJn84DB"
340;"19vteuqLwgLdq8UmGWAA7gYkL2aZRQgNK4"
270;"1KvYT82JhJLhZTnVsp3MwPnFJLkc73Tn27"
264;"19QC3ApwwVBeY3EfGGdzdVVwdjSLMeTknB"
250;"13v2uozKR8JfeYyG2C3GfELZxkBgnEhjvK"
250;"35emx395afKAKAr72VoePVbu3FJvxLPVny"
250;"1PACMqxUTqQUnUiMheBMAFhD2qpkDReKrF"
250;"1D11s1DB52qn6Rp2iWZQWXG8pLNTsBGDLC"
250;"1EdEUGSpJCDmf7RAJCYwwXUQ2tKCk2waJe"
247;"1QKsZkTUwuatjf9zd7WYbcQeEVBfbCX6HR"
240;"17CQCr6rJ27ChKeQ9uuzeNZupTfppgshax"
213;"1E3gMVrNFvS653XWaKbGXJcuJs1z5p2Bzm"
211;"14HUEW3SC7RLGfc33J8gDW51oJWeu25cPH"
211;"16VxU8EpfNZ16oG7dgNpBCh5c7WMZVRcNS"
206;"1G5kXhf4tN9ab42znVGcwVVkN96nQaQBR7"
205;"17GQri4MxjP231V5jAm1ZR4YU5nz85zGUt"
205;"153rZWspvsW8SA9rfB3DBuhpe1GoJ8N9jZ"
193;"1GPCJvsRyVkggbJDEd2tEGoyNcFoRELRPA"
187;"1LX1eXXZFcCnUsvLLidRYBTv6DZkUSqEwR"
183;"1EWGQkZbQV3gLz1bzHQoYXbh6Kd94giDDe"
183;"1D5bPm1YAdn9WvAAixht7PbACU3TtkqtJJ"
182;"1G9272Wv7h34CWpX11S3AMifrePCE3G1ta"
179;"1KyxX2Rh7q28E2yEuRHR91zvTTPppcZxNr"
178;"19NKNfwSYQFhoiBEgVCG69svZV3DJQ2ZgU"
177;"182KLHGQbjiyuFQYq4TDezZt7QbTtSUj8o"
177;"1JzqQxXdaqgTMssNty3VCfdyAx1Zpk6ZsX"
168;"1JgKZuWFy2Ca9KDNvj7SRFBCSL3Q1ymzfg"
166;"1MMDDRbaF2nb7injpX3SmdTBYYotSaX95J"
164;"1P1GUaN2PeRDAR7SmqEBhphc9yDfpCAERJ"
163;"12XE2J9WBXuVEADYEPSoahQr8XTKAYgXTv"
162;"148cwk1kyJUXWG2g4TBiGg5iHU3GE8u94b"
158;"13fVT6Xvtdk6sZWwkV7xNd4YBr6ZuKKt6h"
157;"1GH1H5zHYPkZxehXMzrUEUbYm8NVY79SWd"
157;"1779BrCmaiva7qx8UykY8GgJ18CHNPf1UF"
155;"121SRQJ1dTeJqb3G3x1hEq8ycs86WUmp88"
153;"1EjjEEAMQQTKcfpTs5zFA9xF69zrRqQ212"
152;"1PujTSpgKtw8gsLWLbxTjShA6k67CgBPQm"
150;"156NuKWrWCFHaBmyXjWqgihyAWduVtQxhZ"
150;"1716E8woCCVMFzmUWetqfK4rbTAvX9xfJ8"
150;"1Q3gAEHNe4y8UWNE9z6WtBrtZocgTeV6Vf"
146;"19drsTcWBkygxk5DJAPeeQqCtGxpavDj66"
145;"157wzc9C8UY68HUnwF2WLxoeUcGcFxAwgc"
141;"1BCh6GtanggqHKD9nHmm3NmDwBMf7KmG4X"
141;"3EKdAKLiZv94LJQHjr2L2JtHxsKW28Wiwr"
140;"19cK43WiDpntvu7YCi1cEMNFEGdwsjYBpn"
140;"1JSh6xDMjoRS52YesGGciMy6pvChkkKDs7"
140;"1Jygx6dmpjhrFgfAqJSCXu5CD7NqHcr652"
136;"1AScRhqdXMrJyxNmjEapMZi1PLFsqmLquG"
136;"1G7k2mkUoz25jiSxeBuP97WmAst6NWQC5Z"
126;"13Ch5nWBgsV4NoB7snCHT7uPiyFFfS5hQh"
126;"185MQZojeqtDo13pjDUe8PNr5owtqGuPZJ"
125;"1Hc6U7UmVD3Wa7hJXRpksJa6ttCjZzageR"
125;"1FcrSziChjfWX1dS55Db6rJSevx5QbZyWc"
125;"17KUHqLhY88166MtT645PCGeWCsQRyFe6m"
125;"1KNR5jnSRv3CmvR7xzkTzR1oFwo1UCB8Fd"
122;"14TvaNdEuPEiM5Hsyo2vsZJiZhHyehhJKQ"
121;"18AZp93AoaEgQPK6VYFPCNgWazi7K58Bpa"
121;"1ANSmDXk9F3VhV1BsCvLbLTtLJW3XSUChG"
121;"18Pjdm8RuHfBPgrx3974LHZjcVx7qmFo2y"
120;"15YBST9Kpf8a5s5o9pgSiQ82o1mfd7kuZE"
119;"1Q456FcECHd9y8touwjFBsoRh9PJjrrV9B"
119;"1cqUCP8YTSRKsQLnsPsooDLuYmWXwyBBf"
119;"1P83WT5TWiJGUAk6X3bwktf4CUQh3j3tHy"
118;"1DFTeAaVtUuNKU9y9fyU3YVF3Bken787Mp"
118;"18N4PSaqno1D6RXignBynUJ8zkW6yBrrem"
117;"1L4pBeLzSPMCKVBwGFWdyjdgc1UEuR8pdF"
117;"1P2xfghmu23PfVuZ5NsfLAH55dJhJHUCwU"
117;"1GPzHTbC4HgcmbAcMGKt5YWAdBstugymux"
116;"1KkU92vjswHyAwnHbGjdjQExVvKkT1E9M8"
115;"18FRmr7nvjcmzG9KPFxNNZvB2c4Pbpk4E2"
114;"1DZa7UuMFM9BbFpoZojhm5egNqQJt3Mjm1"
112;"1GiaJ66uDehJFPn49NUPSLYQiktxNuFYzQ"
112;"1K87H4v2dNGfh9HsAmrgpWc7NxwoFH7YP7"
111;"1ENkKLJgZ84m3JucHFJWuF74rDopt4gXNt"
110;"1BVjFnAeZWw682Lhsg2P4xNewAkiJwod75"
110;"1LBmnR2mDb2fmf5RPGRSZCyPZuGEFAxCf2"
109;"16bYBW15jDq9tYbi6sFwohPfoY7bo8yAhQ"
109;"143dyQPihcCTEay7rtdwbvMckw6b848wUD"
109;"1K7Ufy1M21ixNt6B66f2xsFe81WkyKRKcP"
108;"195Q1un8jy6wZrWBQQhJzasoFaMZ9cG7au"
108;"19YiURKAttASeAJKbAENaNaK6VAGNtGe1f"
108;"16KkY8JwdUpZySYzL2EU8iCF3WsHoxkpgs"
107;"1FHEyk2Ap7p7SbvpcLtaHo34tXwjWiJ1H7"
107;"1NqoSisHuBiFy1atUeCWnrqnmwYeCSKRAj"
106;"1HwmtqFtN1a5SgUDh2MxFwTZe2PYFDQXWz"
106;"12pLcrHFBZJckT6YpjcivTg8kW5rGMFna1"
106;"12EE5Fbm6PN2So5rhbd4Up5W2nt47N7vYy"
105;"15sgzRZpXpz29iTHSFg9151WTagaK4JMXG"
105;"1San1XgvyDsBEvK95HfY9ADw5u3dvcCB7"
105;"15seisBmwcbhBDHwkFXeQET4m5CGfY878R"
105;"1CyERErm7eWHX5mmeuZnTYKYN28WweBhkh"
104;"17AmSb8a3JxDxG6cbq1kuAjeTseHzV8T2x"
104;"12GMZRE5cE1MGVZ3LMjF9GEB6qEkvM7gT9"
104;"18LooxAX9pZA3WaWrW6jL9gA1dNrFLHBGH"
104;"16TE2gpJWA3hN1bEguQh5ku6zok8SfK36y"
102;"1MBng9BQGFHAkeX5T12FGQbzDw3bjUup3X"
102;"17X9qF1QxpbnQ2LjLZ8G8PqLyp3mPUTfJA"
102;"1MsaKCKwksA2wYDMpuhC2GFyYXvjZjv1Au"
102;"17CGGXnTYBtWcFa1AvJ3CkhqFpfbACZpP4"
101;"1GdyDJkVD63TJhG8sCJV2fsZo1E4cVg4UB"
100;"15wZrEymWgY8F5qCfa1tfbc6gqK2Qtzd7Z"
100;"1DcKtPuiUHBAjQsWn34tL7aaCh3CzfzSXU"

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February 28, 2017, 08:57:29 AM
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Here's another list as provided by a IRC member. The left number is not the number of TXs, but rather the number of created UTXOs from a certain address, currently sitting unconfirmed in the mempool:

1) 1250;"13hB6VxWn52YuzXJJ9FE6Y7NVnT5CtRjmD"
2) 1225;"1FoXbDsvXgwVoFwkszaZjkuRRDADoWTygX"
3) 1114;"37p9pUugydmoLpQyFLLqGAgjWmUFERa1Pq"

Seems to me, at least two of top-3 addresses belongs to one person/service  Grin
https://blockchain.info/address/13hB6VxWn52YuzXJJ9FE6Y7NVnT5CtRjmD
https://blockchain.info/address/37p9pUugydmoLpQyFLLqGAgjWmUFERa1Pq

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February 28, 2017, 10:05:17 AM
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Here's another list as provided by a IRC member. The left number is not the number of TXs, but rather the number of created UTXOs from a certain address, currently sitting unconfirmed in the mempool:

1) 1250;"13hB6VxWn52YuzXJJ9FE6Y7NVnT5CtRjmD"
2) 1225;"1FoXbDsvXgwVoFwkszaZjkuRRDADoWTygX"
3) 1114;"37p9pUugydmoLpQyFLLqGAgjWmUFERa1Pq"

Seems to me, at least two of top-3 addresses belongs to one person/service  Grin
https://blockchain.info/address/13hB6VxWn52YuzXJJ9FE6Y7NVnT5CtRjmD
https://blockchain.info/address/37p9pUugydmoLpQyFLLqGAgjWmUFERa1Pq


All transactions posted by Lauda are more or less being operated by one entity (you just didn't want to browse through the entire list Tongue). I tend to say that it is coming from (wealthy) BU enthusiasts, but I can't back it up with solid proof unless I find important connections.
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If at some point is proven that these addresses are in fact just troll spamming, isn't there a way for pools or nodes to blacklist coins coming from these addresses? I know it's a hated measure, but at least it would give these troll spammers less incentive to continue their nasty practices.

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