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If you are a miner and make sure that transaction is only in the blocks you mine, you always get your transaction fee back. (This does not remove the possibility that someone just fat-fingered it using very unrestricted wallet software.)
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Funny thing, I see no campaign for you...so I don't see how it could possibly work (for the advertizer).
Notice the sig I am wearing and the avatar too. They are from Bitcasino 🙂

Note: The sig is not visible in WO but in other boards.
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Funny thing, I see no campaign for you...so I don't see how it could possibly work (for the advertizer).
Notice the sig I am wearing and the avatar too. They are from Bitcasino 🙂

All I see is the letter B and then a text that is not very specific, sorry.
Ah, after you added the note, I understand.
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All I see is the letter B and then a text that is not very specific, sorry.
Ah, after you added the note, I understand.
Thank God you finally got it LOL
Do you spend all your time only in the WO? Seems like you have no idea what is going on in the other boards LOL
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Wow, I thought I was an idiot sending over $50 as a fee moving 1.25BTC last week.

Didn’t Roger Ver send a 1 million USD fee once Grin

Scammer Roger got other problems on his mind.

This what happens when you execute numerous hardforks.  Cheesy



https://twitter.com/TheCryptoconomy/status/1131962447823278080
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May 24, 2019, 05:52:00 PM

Just consider the bitcasino one. 0.02BTC times 52 weeks and that 1.04BTC a year.

Sometimes I feel this urge to wear the WO hat but then again I tell myself every satoshi counts for the future and when it's free then just take it. I also feel honored to wear this sig by the way. I mean look at the campaign we are only five here. It's a privilege too.

Anyone comfortably placed in a decent campaign would be barking mad to give it up. In five or ten or more years from now people posting here will be vomiting in amazement at how much posting one's dick pics added up to.

Imagine how many others would love to have the opportunity we have.

You could easily make 0.1-0.2 BTC a week from campaigns in 2015. If I add up everything I've gathered and facetiously apply it to the ATH it's probably not too far off a quarter of a million dollars.

If it gets to you that badly print out a hat and tape it to your forehead. I know which avatar I'd be sticking with.

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May 24, 2019, 05:53:05 PM

If you are a miner and make sure that transaction is only in the blocks you mine, you always get your transaction fee back. (This does not remove the possibility that someone just fat-fingered it using very unrestricted wallet software.)


The address associated with this account has had a high volume of transactions associated with it since April. https://blockchair.com/litecoin/address/LQzZk5X5nBbDjbiexp5cVDczEXrNUdHzzQ My guess is that it is some kind of exchange.
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May 24, 2019, 06:14:31 PM

My campaign got stomped by the Feds and I can't find a new one. The camps get filled almost instantly and it always happen when I am not in front of a PC, and I am almost 7/24 in front of a pc.

I thought I found the perfect camp which would last years just like chipmixer. Lasted only 8 weeks.

sadface

...I was also participating in camps in 2014-2016 but I was too generous... People like LFC managed to grab 6-8 coins, I probably got only 1.5 or smth. Sig camp money looked like pocket money at that time and I thought my "real job" was making the real money. Now my whole crypto portfolio isn't more than 6btc and I paid shitton ($20k) for them. I wasn't getting them while they were throwing them away for free.
 

You can't get dumber than this probably.
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May 24, 2019, 06:19:29 PM

My campaign got stomped by the Feds and I can't find a new one. The camps get filled almost instantly and it always happen when I am not in front of a PC, and I am almost 7/24 in front of a pc.

I thought I found the perfect camp which would last years just like chipmixer. Lasted only 8 weeks.

sadface

I think Hhampuz is/was running a porn sig campaign here. Made me smile Smiley
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May 24, 2019, 06:20:42 PM

weeeeeeeee

 I'm trying to figure out why I haven't put you on ignore yet.

 This insipid post of yours is a pretty decent contender, if you're shouting "Timber!" at this time.

I find him/her amusing for some reason.

For some reason... *most* of the time there is something lovable about it/him.

The oddest thing was when he went on some weird tirade against Monero in the Monero Speculation thread...  The reason I think that is odd is that if ANYONE needs to be occasionally availing themselves of the privacy Monero affords it's that walking flashback.
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May 24, 2019, 06:23:24 PM

My campaign got stomped by the Feds and I can't find a new one. The camps get filled almost instantly and it always happen when I am not in front of a PC, and I am almost 7/24 in front of a pc.

If my campaign winds down I think that'll be my last one unless something unexpected pops up.

All that'll be left will be gambling pretty much and my only opinions on gambling are that it's evil and shit. I doubt that attitude would be much of an asset to them.
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May 24, 2019, 06:24:43 PM

BTW: starlink.com just went live.
Won't somebody please think of the poles?!
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What a dumpster fire ... and this is further proof that the markets can remain irrational longer than expected as BCH should be dumping now.

As expected, Due to BCHs lack of hashrate miners are double spending and reorging on BCH blockchain. Here is when it occurred last time-

https://twitter.com/TheCryptoconomy/status/1131962447823278080

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‼️#BCH /#bcash was hit by 51% attack from just 2 miners, http://BTC.TOP  & http://BTC.com
- & no one seems to be talking about it. 🤨 Thread 👇🏻
1/  What I've gathered from loose details:First, there was an unintentional split with the recent #BCH "upgrade."

2/Since the original split in 2017, there has been a significant number of coins accidentally sent to "anyone can spend" addresses (due to tx compatibility of sigs, but no #SegWit on #BCH), or possibly they've been replayed from #Bitcoin onto the #BCH network.

3/Because of this, tons of coins (#BCH) would essentially be "up for grabs." However, devs implemented a protocol rule called CLEANSTACK, making P2SH coins unspendable.
This was to be removed with May 15 fork, basically handing the coins to miners. https://github.com/bitcoincashorg/bitcoincash.org/blob/master/spec/2019-05-15-upgrade.md

4/During the unintentional fork, someone exploited a bug (details are really hard to find) to add invalid TXs to @Bitcoin_ABC's client mempool. To counter, http://BTC.TOP  mined empty blocks (the bad TXs made blocks impossible to produce) coinspice.io/news/unknown-attacker-fails-to-disrupt-bch-upgrade

5/Due to low hash rate of the network, http://BTC.TOP  actually controlled over half (~54%) of #BCH hash power. Putting them in a position to essentially dictate which blocks were accepted by the network. (we'll see the problem here in a sec) https://bitcoinexchangeguide.com/is-bitcoin-cash-under-a-51-percent-attack-as-one-bch-mining-pool-nears-over-half-control/

6/ In the confusion, an unknown miner (possibly the attacker, but unconfirmed) tried to snatch a bunch of P2SH/#Segwit coins.  But http://BTC.TOP  & http://BTC.COM  were expecting, and/or preparing to recover SegWit coins themselves...https://honest.cash/kiarahpromise/sigop-counting-4528

7/According to discussions, http://BTC.top  and http://BTC.com  were working with another party to recover #SegWit coins to rightful owners (exchanges and/or users).
How they sourced the rightful owners I'm not sure, but this appears to be "reddit consensus.

8/ When the unknown miner tried to take the coins themselves, http://BTC.TOP  & http://BTC.COM  saw & immediately decided to re-org & remove these TXs, in favor of their own TXs, spending the same P2SH coins, + many others.  https://honest.cash/kiarahpromise/sigop-counting-4528

9/It apparently took hours to figure out what happened as none of this was public yet. It appears the 2 miners were ready & communicating with each other directly & possibly another party (exchange or devs) for coordinating the re-org. Cant find specifics from involved parties.  https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7WMLRhXoAAzlEd.jpg

10/So just 2 miners, in secret & w/ no trouble, took it upon themselves to remove 2 blocks w/ another’s TXs, & replace with their own. Bizarrely, some are celebrating!
Some devs are quiet, but jtoomim (#BCH dev) called it “justice,” & “punishment” for “antisocial behavior.”  https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7WM4hNXkAAfAsu.jpg
  https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7WM5NGW0AALecm.jpg

11/One dev seems to be actually discussing how dangerous of a precedent this was & has the only write-up that I can find so far on what exactly occurred. #BCH
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7WNXlnW0AACJqw.jpg

12/This is what everyone warned about of endless HFs. Its an attack vector, kills Lindy effect, & has turned #BCH into a political mess where private comms control what does/doesn't get in a block. I can’t tell if no one cares, or if they just want to ignore it?

13/There are at least a few people (maybe only partially) realizing that this basically kills any perception that #BCH is "decentralized, censorship resistant money."  And leaves them to fight over whether the miners are "good guys" or "bad guys" with their actions. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7WOrXcWkAE2EA3.jpg

14/Very curious to see others who could dig further (& more thoroughly) into this, as details are not easy to find, & there seem to no articles about the 51% as far as I can tell. 😁
/fin
 
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May 24, 2019, 06:36:04 PM

My campaign got stomped by the Feds and I can't find a new one. The camps get filled almost instantly and it always happen when I am not in front of a PC, and I am almost 7/24 in front of a pc.

If my campaign winds down I think that'll be my last one unless something unexpected pops up.

All that'll be left will be gambling pretty much and my only opinions on gambling are that it's evil and shit. I doubt that attitude would be much of an asset to them.

I looked a bit and some newer "campaigns" pay relative peanuts, yet demand a lot of activity.
The one's that don't accept new members look better.
Oh, well. It's just it is difficult (and not very profitable) to mine btc now.
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What a dumpster fire ... and this is further proof that the markets can remain irrational longer than expected as BCH should be dumping now.

As expected, Due to BCHs lack of hashrate miners are double spending and reorging on BCH blockchain. Here is when it occurred last time-

https://twitter.com/TheCryptoconomy/status/1131962447823278080

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‼️#BCH /#bcash was hit by 51% attack from just 2 miners, http://BTC.TOP  & http://BTC.com
- & no one seems to be talking about it. 🤨 Thread 👇🏻
1/  What I've gathered from loose details:First, there was an unintentional split with the recent #BCH "upgrade."

2/Since the original split in 2017, there has been a significant number of coins accidentally sent to "anyone can spend" addresses (due to tx compatibility of sigs, but no #SegWit on #BCH), or possibly they've been replayed from #Bitcoin onto the #BCH network.

3/Because of this, tons of coins (#BCH) would essentially be "up for grabs." However, devs implemented a protocol rule called CLEANSTACK, making P2SH coins unspendable.
This was to be removed with May 15 fork, basically handing the coins to miners. https://github.com/bitcoincashorg/bitcoincash.org/blob/master/spec/2019-05-15-upgrade.md

4/During the unintentional fork, someone exploited a bug (details are really hard to find) to add invalid TXs to @Bitcoin_ABC's client mempool. To counter, http://BTC.TOP  mined empty blocks (the bad TXs made blocks impossible to produce) coinspice.io/news/unknown-attacker-fails-to-disrupt-bch-upgrade

5/Due to low hash rate of the network, http://BTC.TOP  actually controlled over half (~54%) of #BCH hash power. Putting them in a position to essentially dictate which blocks were accepted by the network. (we'll see the problem here in a sec) https://bitcoinexchangeguide.com/is-bitcoin-cash-under-a-51-percent-attack-as-one-bch-mining-pool-nears-over-half-control/

6/ In the confusion, an unknown miner (possibly the attacker, but unconfirmed) tried to snatch a bunch of P2SH/#Segwit coins.  But http://BTC.TOP  & http://BTC.COM  were expecting, and/or preparing to recover SegWit coins themselves...https://honest.cash/kiarahpromise/sigop-counting-4528

7/According to discussions, http://BTC.top  and http://BTC.com  were working with another party to recover #SegWit coins to rightful owners (exchanges and/or users).
How they sourced the rightful owners I'm not sure, but this appears to be "reddit consensus.

8/ When the unknown miner tried to take the coins themselves, http://BTC.TOP  & http://BTC.COM  saw & immediately decided to re-org & remove these TXs, in favor of their own TXs, spending the same P2SH coins, + many others.  https://honest.cash/kiarahpromise/sigop-counting-4528

9/It apparently took hours to figure out what happened as none of this was public yet. It appears the 2 miners were ready & communicating with each other directly & possibly another party (exchange or devs) for coordinating the re-org. Cant find specifics from involved parties.  https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7WMLRhXoAAzlEd.jpg

10/So just 2 miners, in secret & w/ no trouble, took it upon themselves to remove 2 blocks w/ another’s TXs, & replace with their own. Bizarrely, some are celebrating!
Some devs are quiet, but jtoomim (#BCH dev) called it “justice,” & “punishment” for “antisocial behavior.”  https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7WM4hNXkAAfAsu.jpg
  https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7WM5NGW0AALecm.jpg

11/One dev seems to be actually discussing how dangerous of a precedent this was & has the only write-up that I can find so far on what exactly occurred. #BCH
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7WNXlnW0AACJqw.jpg

12/This is what everyone warned about of endless HFs. Its an attack vector, kills Lindy effect, & has turned #BCH into a political mess where private comms control what does/doesn't get in a block. I can’t tell if no one cares, or if they just want to ignore it?

13/There are at least a few people (maybe only partially) realizing that this basically kills any perception that #BCH is "decentralized, censorship resistant money."  And leaves them to fight over whether the miners are "good guys" or "bad guys" with their actions. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D7WOrXcWkAE2EA3.jpg

14/Very curious to see others who could dig further (& more thoroughly) into this, as details are not easy to find, & there seem to no articles about the 51% as far as I can tell. 😁
/fin
 

Rational people just don't own any bcash in the first place so no one can dump it. It's the same shitcoin that was burning part of the rewards by the pool cause they had too many of them.
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May 24, 2019, 06:44:09 PM

I looked a bit and some newer "campaigns" pay relative peanuts, yet demand a lot of activity.

I came to the same conclusion.  No matter how high the future price becomes I'd rather be off doing other things rather than having to trawl my mind to come up something to write about an ICO or gambling site.
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May 24, 2019, 06:46:49 PM

My campaign got stomped by the Feds and I can't find a new one. The camps get filled almost instantly and it always happen when I am not in front of a PC, and I am almost 7/24 in front of a pc.

I thought I found the perfect camp which would last years just like chipmixer. Lasted only 8 weeks.

sadface

...I was also participating in camps in 2014-2016 but I was too generous... People like LFC managed to grab 6-8 coins, I probably got only 1.5 or smth. Sig camp money looked like pocket money at that time and I thought my "real job" was making the real money. Now my whole crypto portfolio isn't more than 6btc and I paid shitton ($20k) for them. I wasn't getting them while they were throwing them away for free.
 

You can't get dumber than this probably.
Every experience has a price to paid. You would not feel bad if Bitcoin price was $50k now but here we are. If you believe in Bitcoin (I am sure you do) then HODL. You know we are going to the moon soon. Bitcoin never disappointed us and will never do.

I think you are talking about the bestmixer campaign?

Observing $8,072.
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May 24, 2019, 06:48:11 PM

I looked a bit and some newer "campaigns" pay relative peanuts, yet demand a lot of activity.

I came to the same conclusion.  No matter how high the future price becomes I'd rather be off doing other things rather than having to trawl my mind to come up something to write about an ICO or gambling site.

That's the exact mindset which made me poor.

Choosing the best paying campaign is fine but not liking them for paying low isn't a great idea. You guys probably feel like that because you already made your 2-3 digits stashes.  Wink

bitmixer was paying 0.035/week and when btc was $500, it was $17/week. At best, when btc was $1k, it was $34/week. By not posting, I was literally throwing my money away. And I skipped, weeks, months... Please explain this to me.  Grin

I think you are talking about the bestmixer campaign?

Y. Bestmixer got rekt. and $50k would make me happy definitely. It wouldn't be $1m net worth but I would definitely be happy.
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I think Hhampuz is/was running a porn sig campaign here. Made me smile Smiley
Sexycam.red 😂
The sig design was nice by the way.
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@mindrust every drop counts...
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