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August 12, 2019, 05:45:51 PM

Boring price action, I’m ready for an early week pump, who’s with me?

Yeah, man, same here  Cool
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August 12, 2019, 06:32:31 PM

Pump, Dump
Noodles, no noodles.

You are too concerned with what was,
and what will be....

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August 12, 2019, 07:25:06 PM

Pretty accurate.....






https://twitter.com/cryptovanessa/status/1160964677473570816?s=21
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August 12, 2019, 07:26:34 PM

OK Wall Observers!

Time for some free shitcoins that we can dump en masse to pump up this puppy!

I've already earned $80 in free lumens, EOS, BAT & other shitcoins, although I admit some of them are actually very innovative, sophisticated & interesting, but I will probably wait for the next dip and then trade them all for BTC
Maybe I'll stake some EOS since that's fun.
With my reflinks, I can earn even more coins and tokens.
Do this, then you can invite your friends to do the same and you double your free tokens and coins.
If anyone wants to log in to the free coin giveaway with my reflink, I'd be grateful.
Just PM me for the link
NEW OR Existing customers can use any of these links.
Hurry, 2 of 7 coins have been all claimed.
Do a dump en masse at the next big dip and we can mini-pump up BTC - WIN-WIN!
It's worth having an account at Coinbase for all the freebies that keep coming, IMO, keeping just a little trading money & BTC in my wallets.
80% of my BTC is in my Trezor wallet.
https://www.coinbase.com/earn

how long did it take for your shitcoins to appear in your account?  I'm not seeing my goddamn free lumens goddammit
I did it today and got $53CAD worth instantly. Complete the quiz question under each vid.
Edit: That was confusing, WTF is DAI anyway?   Converting $20 worth back where it belongs BTC
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August 12, 2019, 07:28:57 PM

BREAKING: SEC Delays Decisions on 3 Bitcoin ETF Proposals Until Autumn

https://www.coindesk.com/sec-delays-decisions-on-3-bitcoin-etf-proposals-until-autumn
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August 12, 2019, 07:34:48 PM

WO gang.
BTC is so lazy in these days, but I think this news is really important:



 LITECOIN WALLETS HIT BY LARGE-SCALE DUSTING ATTACK, SO WHAT IS IT?

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Reports are emerging that Litecoin wallets have been hit by a new kind of cyber-attack called dusting. It has not affected LTC markets but is something that crypto traders and holders should be aware of. Binance Academy offered an explanation.

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In short, a dusting attack is when scammers attempt to break the privacy of a cryptocurrency, Litecoin in this case, by sending tiny amounts of it to private wallets. The attackers then attempt to trace the transactional activity of these wallets in an attempt to discover the identity of the person that owns them.

The term ‘dust’ refers to the tiny fractions of crypto coins that most users ignore. A couple of hundred satoshis may be referred to as ‘dust’ as the sum is so tiny that most people would not even notice it. It is also prevalent on crypto exchanges as the remnants of transactions that remain in wallets and can no longer be user or transferred.

Here a description of the attack on Binance academy.
https://www.binance.vision/security/what-is-a-dusting-attack

This technique is used on Bitcoin to, so be alert WO gang: when someone send you some sats, be safe!


Maybe I am dumb but I don’t really get this. How does dusting an address make any difference ?   You can trace the flow of funds either with or without the dust ?   All transactions are public data.
I didn't understand this before either, but it is a way to link different adresses in the same wallet, it can not do more than that.  Maybe you used an old address once and it is empty.  However, you still have some funds on a newer address in the same wallet.  You spend funds from that wallet.  You were not aware the old wallet received some dust, and the dust was included in the transaction, showing both the old and new address as inputs to the same tx, and therefore probably part of the same wallet, belonging to the same person.  If there was identity info attached to any of the 2 addresses, that identity info is now linked to the other address.

TLDR: basically assume al addresses in the same wallet are known to be linked, and make separate wallets if you don't want it to be linked.

Ok I get it now.  It is a way of forcing address reuse, where an address known to be linked to X can be forcibly reused to link new addresses to X.
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August 12, 2019, 07:40:37 PM


Bitcoin does not care it monitors everyone equal, that is obviously not welcome by everyone.

Sorry ðºÞæ you are now on my ignore list, rules is rules.

Confirmed ignored.
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WO gang.
BTC is so lazy in these days, but I think this news is really important:



 LITECOIN WALLETS HIT BY LARGE-SCALE DUSTING ATTACK, SO WHAT IS IT?

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Reports are emerging that Litecoin wallets have been hit by a new kind of cyber-attack called dusting. It has not affected LTC markets but is something that crypto traders and holders should be aware of. Binance Academy offered an explanation.

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In short, a dusting attack is when scammers attempt to break the privacy of a cryptocurrency, Litecoin in this case, by sending tiny amounts of it to private wallets. The attackers then attempt to trace the transactional activity of these wallets in an attempt to discover the identity of the person that owns them.

The term ‘dust’ refers to the tiny fractions of crypto coins that most users ignore. A couple of hundred satoshis may be referred to as ‘dust’ as the sum is so tiny that most people would not even notice it. It is also prevalent on crypto exchanges as the remnants of transactions that remain in wallets and can no longer be user or transferred.

Here a description of the attack on Binance academy.
https://www.binance.vision/it/security/what-is-a-dusting-attack

This technique is used on Bitcoin too, so be alert WO gang: when someone send you some sats, be safe!


Maybe I am dumb but I don’t really get this. How does dusting an address make any difference ?   You can trace the flow of funds either with or without the dust ?   All transactions are public data.
I didn't understand this before either, but it is a way to link different adresses in the same wallet, it can not do more than that.  Maybe you used an old address once and it is empty.  However, you still have some funds on a newer address in the same wallet.  You spend funds from that wallet.  You were not aware the old wallet received some dust, and the dust was included in the transaction, showing both the old and new address as inputs to the same tx, and therefore probably part of the same wallet, belonging to the same person.  If there was identity info attached to any of the 2 addresses, that identity info is now linked to the other address.

TLDR: basically assume al addresses in the same wallet are known to be linked, and make separate wallets if you don't want it to be linked.

Ok I get it now.  It is a way of forcing address reuse, where an address known to be linked to X can be forcibly reused to link new addresses to X.

Exactly. This.
I don’t know how effective it is, but the risk is that one.
To me, honestly, you really want to be separated to your coins if you get caught in this kind of attack.
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August 12, 2019, 07:44:05 PM

OK Wall Observers!

Time for some free shitcoins that we can dump en masse to pump up this puppy!

I've already earned $80 in free lumens, EOS, BAT & other shitcoins, although I admit some of them are actually very innovative, sophisticated & interesting, but I will probably wait for the next dip and then trade them all for BTC
Maybe I'll stake some EOS since that's fun.
With my reflinks, I can earn even more coins and tokens.
Do this, then you can invite your friends to do the same and you double your free tokens and coins.
If anyone wants to log in to the free coin giveaway with my reflink, I'd be grateful.
Just PM me for the link
NEW OR Existing customers can use any of these links.
Hurry, 2 of 7 coins have been all claimed.
Do a dump en masse at the next big dip and we can mini-pump up BTC - WIN-WIN!
It's worth having an account at Coinbase for all the freebies that keep coming, IMO, keeping just a little trading money & BTC in my wallets.
80% of my BTC is in my Trezor wallet.
https://www.coinbase.com/earn

how long did it take for your shitcoins to appear in your account?  I'm not seeing my goddamn free lumens goddammit

 Coinbase was subject to the #deletecoinbase movement for acquiring a spyware team that worked for oppressive governments and incorporating that team into its exchange.

https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-delete-coinbase-neutrino-crypto

Coinbase can gtfo and keep its glass baubles
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Don't we all love a friendly reminder from time to time..... I bet there where some boring times as well in .30$ or at 1,2$ etc

I don't mind some sideways at 5-dig at all Cheesy

Potential high risk investment with amazing strong fundamentals and absurd high rewards ....only one thing patience, luckily i'm a patient Dude !!!! Cheesy Cheesy

The guy is a shitcoiner now.  Just goes to show some people will never learn.
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Don't we all love a friendly reminder from time to time..... I bet there where some boring times as well in .30$ or at 1,2$ etc

I don't mind some sideways at 5-dig at all Cheesy

Potential high risk investment with amazing strong fundamentals and absurd high rewards ....only one thing patience, luckily i'm a patient Dude !!!! Cheesy Cheesy

The guy is a shitcoiner now.  Just goes to show some people will never learn.

If that was me I’d stay out of crypto for good. Why torture yourself every day & still be involved?
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August 12, 2019, 08:02:22 PM

Yes, stopped using conbase until today just for the airdrop. I'll take my .003X BTC directly to a vendor never to touch my stash. Win/Win?
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August 12, 2019, 08:35:17 PM

Laying down in my “endzone” “HODLnest”

With milk and  cookies, still to recover from the past weekend Roll Eyes

@BTC when recovered, please Then continue the pump ....
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August 12, 2019, 08:37:59 PM

Laying down in my “endzone” “HODLnest”

With milk and  cookies, still to recover from the past weekend Roll Eyes

@BTC when recovered, please Then continue the pump ....

 Milk and cookies are also good for the soul Smiley
good night Mr. MicG
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August 12, 2019, 08:44:02 PM

Confirmed ignored.

It's a violation of men's rights to have to read SJW tard posts from people like Jojo69 and HairyMaclarry in this thread, and a violation of human rights for anyone to have to read JayJuanGee posts.
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August 12, 2019, 08:52:12 PM

Laying down in my “endzone” “HODLnest”

With milk and  cookies, still to recover from the past weekend Roll Eyes

@BTC when recovered, please Then continue the pump ....

Micman, you don’t get enough sleep, crazy guy!

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August 12, 2019, 08:57:49 PM

My son 7 just told me the future

1. Conveyor belts, no more walking anywhere

2. Busses will cost £100

3. No more tablets or computers



What could lead us to this demise?

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My son 7 just told me the future

1. Conveyor belts, no more walking anywhere

2. Busses will cost £100

3. No more tablets or computers



What could lead us to this demise?



So Then only silver to play with?
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Edit: That was confusing, WTF is DAI anyway?   Converting $20 worth back where it belongs BTC

Yeah just did the Dai thing too. Don't have a frikken clue what all that convoluted mumbo jumbo was about,
but ended up with a $20 spot of the latest shitcoin stable coin, so all good! ( I got the other ones a few weeks ago)
  Oh yeah, convert that shit to bitcoin thank you! (that last step isn't in the tutorial , but it should be...lol)

Jeeeeezus, before you know it, Coinbase is gonna be another Yobit Shitcoin Central Station, ffs.

Yeah, if it wasn't for crypto, I'd be getting mighty bored in my old age....
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August 12, 2019, 10:04:47 PM

You could always consolidate all the dust into new addresses. Then from that new address, hop it a couple of times to different new addresses. Then run them through some large mixer, like CoinJoin or similar.

No...you can't.

Yes ... you can. Or maybe, you can't. But I can.
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