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March 19, 2015, 02:16:44 PM

https://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2015/03/17/making-windows-10-more-personal-and-more-secure-with-windows-hello/

Yeah it's Windows, but this will be the future of security. Biometric wallets FTW.

"Windows Hello introduces system support for biometric authentication – using your face, iris, or fingerprint to unlock your devices – with technology that is much safer than traditional passwords"

Alohar!! http://www.techtimes.com/articles/34023/20150219/alohar-mobile-security-authentication.htm

(security is going to go beyond traditional biometric profiling ^^, for instance using machine learning to learn from the data collected by our devices and using that to build far more complex identification verification models from that data... going to be listening to our heartbeats eventually no doubt too, incidentally our phones will also turn into onboard doctors, as well as onboard policemen)

Very true. I remember reading somewhere about a device that was already able to monitor an individual's ECG waves as they are even more unique than fingerprints. This stuff is being created as we type.
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March 19, 2015, 02:18:11 PM

I have a hunch facepay is not going to kick off... I have this feeling that facebook and money just don't go together. It would feel weird to a user, at this time anyway. All they wanna do is look at stupid videos, pictures and comments, not deal with something serious like money. That comes on a different platform.

I wonder though what possible solutions there are to the problem of innate human laziness and inertia. I mean, bitcoin could be great an all, but do people really want to switch to some new innovative currency for transacting, when their iphone has it all laid out for them in traditional bucks format?

should I make a thread for this? has it been discussed already? (probably)
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March 19, 2015, 02:19:49 PM

https://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2015/03/17/making-windows-10-more-personal-and-more-secure-with-windows-hello/

Yeah it's Windows, but this will be the future of security. Biometric wallets FTW.

"Windows Hello introduces system support for biometric authentication – using your face, iris, or fingerprint to unlock your devices – with technology that is much safer than traditional passwords"

Alohar!! http://www.techtimes.com/articles/34023/20150219/alohar-mobile-security-authentication.htm

(security is going to go beyond traditional biometric profiling ^^, for instance using machine learning to learn from the data collected by our devices and using that to build far more complex identification verification models from that data... going to be listening to our heartbeats eventually no doubt too, incidentally our phones will also turn into onboard doctors, as well as onboard policemen)

Very true. I remember reading somewhere about a device that was already able to monitor an individual's ECG waves as they are even more unique than fingerprints. This stuff is being created as we type.

that would be so sweet, especially when the tech comes bundled with zero day exploits and built in backdoors that lead straight to the NSAs data collection centre Cheesy
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i'm really not surprised by this ..
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https://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2015/03/17/making-windows-10-more-personal-and-more-secure-with-windows-hello/

Yeah it's Windows, but this will be the future of security. Biometric wallets FTW.

"Windows Hello introduces system support for biometric authentication – using your face, iris, or fingerprint to unlock your devices – with technology that is much safer than traditional passwords"

Alohar!! http://www.techtimes.com/articles/34023/20150219/alohar-mobile-security-authentication.htm

(security is going to go beyond traditional biometric profiling ^^, for instance using machine learning to learn from the data collected by our devices and using that to build far more complex identification verification models from that data... going to be listening to our heartbeats eventually no doubt too, incidentally our phones will also turn into onboard doctors, as well as onboard policemen)

Very true. I remember reading somewhere about a device that was already able to monitor an individual's ECG waves as they are even more unique than fingerprints. This stuff is being created as we type.

that would be so sweet, especially when the tech comes bundled with zero day exploits and built in backdoors that lead straight to the NSAs data collection centre Cheesy

Yup... afraid so, but then it is not exactly a case of "newsflash- shocking news just in, the NSA are watching, and apparently will continue to do so" and it is not as if Apple, inc applepay ^^ and all of the others,  are now, or will be in the future immune from this. Neither will it stop the evolution of the tech from occurring.

The tech is coming/already here, it is the way people accept it, or not, or get around it, or not,  that will determine how useful and or detrimental it will be to society. I am afraid that people will continue to sleep walk straight into it.


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Yup... afraid so, but then it is not exactly a case of "newsflash- shocking news just in, the NSA are watching, and apparently will continue to do so" and it is not as if Apple, inc applepay ^^ and all of the others,  are now, or will be in the future immune from this. Neither will it stop the evolution of the tech from occurring.

The tech is coming/already here, it is the way people accept it, or not, or get around it, or not,  that will determine how useful and or detrimental it will be to society. I am afraid that people will continue to sleep walk straight into it.


of course, it's a sarcastic comment I couldn't avoid as often the excitement around and infatuation with new technology forgets to check itself. As with any tool it's how you use it that is the key not the tool itself.

yeah... sometimes I just wish people would wake the fuck up  Smiley

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https://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2015/03/17/making-windows-10-more-personal-and-more-secure-with-windows-hello/

Yeah it's Windows, but this will be the future of security. Biometric wallets FTW.

"Windows Hello introduces system support for biometric authentication – using your face, iris, or fingerprint to unlock your devices – with technology that is much safer than traditional passwords"

Alohar!! http://www.techtimes.com/articles/34023/20150219/alohar-mobile-security-authentication.htm

(security is going to go beyond traditional biometric profiling ^^, for instance using machine learning to learn from the data collected by our devices and using that to build far more complex identification verification models from that data... going to be listening to our heartbeats eventually no doubt too, incidentally our phones will also turn into onboard doctors, as well as onboard policemen)

Very true. I remember reading somewhere about a device that was already able to monitor an individual's ECG waves as they are even more unique than fingerprints. This stuff is being created as we type.

What happens if you stop typing?

Yep, the ecg thing is being developed by a UK bank.
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https://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2015/03/17/making-windows-10-more-personal-and-more-secure-with-windows-hello/

Yeah it's Windows, but this will be the future of security. Biometric wallets FTW.

"Windows Hello introduces system support for biometric authentication – using your face, iris, or fingerprint to unlock your devices – with technology that is much safer than traditional passwords"

Alohar!! http://www.techtimes.com/articles/34023/20150219/alohar-mobile-security-authentication.htm

(security is going to go beyond traditional biometric profiling ^^, for instance using machine learning to learn from the data collected by our devices and using that to build far more complex identification verification models from that data... going to be listening to our heartbeats eventually no doubt too, incidentally our phones will also turn into onboard doctors, as well as onboard policemen)

Very true. I remember reading somewhere about a device that was already able to monitor an individual's ECG waves as they are even more unique than fingerprints. This stuff is being created as we type.

What happens if you stop typing?

Yep, the ecg thing is being developed by a UK bank.

Ha. Very droll.

Edit: personally I think it is very healthy that shorters are getting back in the game here.

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March 19, 2015, 03:51:49 PM

In the assumption that a bear's wish is to see a bull in despair, then why don't bears want another 10X exponential spike? Surely, bears would take the most pleasure the harder the fall, and they can stand to make more money on the way down as well.
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In the assumption that a bear's wish is to see a bull in despair, then why don't bears want another 10X exponential spike? Surely, bears would take the most pleasure the harder the fall, and they can stand to make more money on the way down as well.

Bears want early gratification. Bulls are happy to accumulate positions over years Smiley

Bulls around from early years? Most rich.
Bears around from early years? Edward50, XiaoXiao, Kwukduck, Nagle - not rich but sticking to their guns - bitcoin is going to single digits!! Smiley
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Bears around from early years? Edward50, XiaoXiao, Kwukduck, Nagle - not rich but sticking to their guns - bitcoin is going to single digits!! Smiley

With all those combined years of expertise they should combine heads and come up with their own coin that never, ever stops spiraling down. It could put a lot of minds at rest and they'll be nicer around the house.
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March 19, 2015, 04:05:04 PM

Steady drip drip drip buying on finex.

The opposite was taking place a few months ago after a heavy whale dump in reaction to news.
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March 19, 2015, 04:14:07 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.  Almost halfway back from yesterday's dip I see.

The big drop below $250 occurred too late for me to take advantage of it last night but I guess a $20 dip is still worth buying.
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March 19, 2015, 04:14:41 PM

I am expecting the price of Bitcoin to rise up to atleast 300 or over by monday but then again that is my speculation...what do you guys think?
300 this week seem " hard " , i think it can rise 260 by this week-end and then we may see a dump
or pump  Embarrassed l you are from sellers right ?? you like that bitcoin price go to the top  Cheesy !
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March 19, 2015, 04:18:20 PM

I see some people are talking about bears and bulls?  What the heck does this have to do with bitcoin anyhow?  I'm a total newb by the way....
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I see some people are talking about bears and bulls?  What the heck does this have to do with bitcoin anyhow?  I'm a total newb by the way....

In stocks there are "bear markets" and "bull markets."

For an over simplified description:

Bears are pessimists
Bulls are optimists

Bears believe the price is going down
Bulls believe the price is going up

Why anyone who is involved with BTC enjoys being a "bear" is beyond my understanding.  Sure, bear markets are a part of the cycle but I would think logically being a long term "bull" makes more sense.

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March 19, 2015, 04:27:21 PM

In the assumption that a bear's wish is to see a bull in despair, then why don't bears want another 10X exponential spike? Surely, bears would take the most pleasure the harder the fall, and they can stand to make more money on the way down as well.

Bears want early gratification. Bulls are happy to accumulate positions over years Smiley

Bulls around from early years? Most rich.
Bears around from early years? Edward50, XiaoXiao, Kwukduck, Nagle - not rich but sticking to their guns - bitcoin is going to single digits!! Smiley

It really, really isn't.
Even if it did why would that make you happy, you won't make any money then will you.
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I see some people are talking about bears and bulls?  What the heck does this have to do with bitcoin anyhow?  I'm a total newb by the way....

In stocks there are "bear markets" and "bull markets."

For an over simplified description:

Bears are pessimists
Bulls are optimists

Bears believe the price is going down
Bulls believe the price is going up

Why anyone who is involved with BTC enjoys being a "bear" is beyond my understanding.  Sure, bear markets are a part of the cycle but I would think logically being a long term "bull" makes more sense.



Because it is the way you make money in a overall bear market like this one for 16 months?
Follow the trend and make money. Don't fight against it.
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