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April 12, 2019, 04:15:54 PM

there is a steel punch plate for private keys Smiley https://www.blockplate.com/

That's an interesting idea... Of course if you're a moron who uses a really simple mnemonic its not going to help you. From the how it works:

"These words are pulled from a specific list of 2048 words.  In this list, the first 4 letters are unique to each word.

In other words, there are no two words in this list with the same first 4 letters.

That means if you have the first 4 letters, you know the rest of the word by looking for those first 4 letters in the BIP39 list. Some wallets will even fill in the rest of the word once the first 4 letters are entered."


Hmm... so its built for a 6 word mnemonic out of a list of 2048 words... well that makes 17.54 trillion possible combinations so its probably OK. Of course how you generate the seed matters immensely as well.
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April 12, 2019, 04:22:22 PM

The mighty Floppy disk
The only mobile storage available back then.
Who had one/some?

Hell. I've even still got a USB FDD (floppy disk drive).
I have floppy disk driver.  Cheesy
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April 12, 2019, 04:30:11 PM
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That escalated quickly. Now I'm experiencing severe FOMO Roll Eyes



Looks interesting anyway.
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April 12, 2019, 04:30:40 PM

If you didnt spend 5 minutes waiting for an audio tape to load a game, you didnt live the golden age.
I miss my ZX Spectrum..All the squeaks and sounds only to end with an "R Tape Loading error"


10 Rem This is my private key

Save "wallet"

...good luck retrieving it  Grin

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I’m early 30’s.

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April 12, 2019, 04:32:26 PM

IMF poll: cryptocurrency payments will be mainstream by 2024.

https://bitcoinist.com/imf-cryptocurrency-payments-bitcoin-2024/
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April 12, 2019, 04:35:42 PM

Hello WO`s!
I'm sorry about the offtopic, but it's too funny. Grin
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April 12, 2019, 04:43:11 PM



Its not passing but both ways it ain’t Roll Eyes
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April 12, 2019, 04:46:15 PM
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My first computer (games console) was a Commadore Amiga, 500 Plus.


Great little machine, years ahead of its time.

If Commodore hadn't bankrupted itself with an ill-advised foray into gaming consoles, the Apple Mackintosh would have withered on the vine.

The Amiga had it beat for graphics and sound and the PC ruled the business world.

What a loss.
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April 12, 2019, 04:50:37 PM

Dickhead Craig is paying to dox hodlnaught(?) Saying he's going to sue him for libel for saying he isn't Satoshi. People are sick of his shit.
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April 12, 2019, 04:53:32 PM

Good afternoon WO brothers.

And we are still holding tight above $5k 🙂

Thanks for the Merit btw.

3 more to go until I’ve earnt 600 by myself. I’m miles behind Merit legend micG though Cheesy

You helping me getting there bro Cheesy Cheesy

Let us hope HAZARD is bench warmer this sunday Roll Eyes

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April 12, 2019, 04:53:57 PM
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Good morning hodlers.

Allied forces have once again taken the offensive against entrenched fiat sympathizers. Moderate gains against $5k resistance has brought the fighting spirit back out for Bulls, who are looking to press their advantage with further upside movement. The action is surely bound to intensify as forces engage in hand to hand combat on this highly contested battlefield over the coming weekend.
 
Port Control has received several reports of strange sightings atop the battlements. We would like to assure the troops that there is absolutely nothing unusual happening and that they are not receiving a higher than usual dose of gamma rays. Port Control would also like to add that no, we have not been taken over by an advanced benevolent cat like race from a distant galaxy.  That is all.



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Still stuck between $4.9k support and $5.1k resistance as we move along a small channel. A firmer floor has been building upwards thanks to strong support at $5k and its possible we might break above the cloud again.  More sideways movement as we retest the upper bounds of resistance. #dyor

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April 12, 2019, 04:55:00 PM

Shit my daily btc aclumation isn't high enough, I need more gpus!
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April 12, 2019, 04:57:39 PM

Madame Alexa knows how many Bitcoin you have



i will never own an alexa/google/amazon voice activated device, unless there is an actual physical switch to cut the mics out of circuit.

i didnt really understand fully the ramification till the other day when i was going over with my wife  how to recover my btc stack in case of my death. i was going to tell her the passphrase to my trezor (it would be written down also, this was just for discussion). but when i was going to tell the the passphrase i stopped. because while i dont own an alexa/google/amazon device, i do have a smartphone and smart watch, which have mics of course.

so here i am in my own house, wondering if anything i say might go out to servers that humans can access (humans review random snips of voice data).

wtf, my own home, which i have spent considerable time and money hardening both physical and electronic networks, is useless if the closed source algo that trigger sending data for no fully understood by the end user.

btw many modern tvs have mics and web cams built in now. and IoT stuff like security cameras, some of which have mics so you can use then for intercoms, are notoriously bad at security and most will never get updates.

so much the attach surfaces are pretty big.

now i dont assume my phone and watch and compromised, but with the amount of money i have in btc it would be foolish to at least consider these scenarios,

like any smartphone or laptop with a built in mic is powered off and put in another room when setting up wallet seed words. paranoia? sure but it is based on failings of the current tech used.

Faraday cage room and Cryptosteel. Wink
Thinking of it, I'll probably just have to build a room like that when I bother getting a new property. Just in case I ever need to have some serious talks with somebody. Faraday cage + no electronic devices inside (smartphones could still record and send the audio later).

I think these kinds of problems are good to have though. They keep you on the edge if you consider them and keep you from turning into a potato and they're not as bad as having to worry about getting shot or eaten by a bear.

For the same price of the faraday cage room you can build a nice pool and have those conversations in it. Just make sure the other guys fully submerge at some point if they have long hair where they could hide some tiny recorder.
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April 12, 2019, 05:12:28 PM
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Madame Alexa knows how many Bitcoin you have



i will never own an alexa/google/amazon voice activated device, unless there is an actual physical switch to cut the mics out of circuit.

i didnt really understand fully the ramification till the other day when i was going over with my wife  how to recover my btc stack in case of my death. i was going to tell her the passphrase to my trezor (it would be written down also, this was just for discussion). but when i was going to tell the the passphrase i stopped. because while i dont own an alexa/google/amazon device, i do have a smartphone and smart watch, which have mics of course.

so here i am in my own house, wondering if anything i say might go out to servers that humans can access (humans review random snips of voice data).

wtf, my own home, which i have spent considerable time and money hardening both physical and electronic networks, is useless if the closed source algo that trigger sending data for no fully understood reason by the end user.

btw many modern tvs have mics and web cams built in now. and IoT stuff like security cameras, some of which have mics so you can use then for intercoms, are notoriously bad at security and most will never get updates.

so much the attach surfaces are pretty big.

now i dont assume my phone and watch and compromised, but with the amount of money i have in btc it would be foolish to at least consider these scenarios,

like any smartphone or laptop with a built in mic is powered off and put in another room when setting up wallet seed words. paranoia? sure but it is based on failings of the current tech used.

- You don't need to stop using your potentially exploitable devices if you use them right. Ie: I have cameras all over my places, the perimeter ones I don't really care and assume someone could be watching (even if I have taken all the measures to stop that), the inside home ones are only turned when there's noone inside... again I don't care if someone would be watching/listening (when we are not there).

- Don't think only potentially "spy" devices could be an attack vector. You said you were discussing key recovery with your wife... good thing you didn't say the passphrase but not because of your smartphone an/or smart watch.... more traditional eavesdropping methods like a laser beam mic could be employed against you. Always try to consider all potential attack vectors, and pay special attention to traditional ones as thats where the easiest exploit usually comes.

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April 12, 2019, 05:15:06 PM

The safest solution is to say nothing to your wife.
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April 12, 2019, 05:20:40 PM

I'm pretty psyched I definitely figured we be somewhere in the 4s by now.
4s, 5s or even 3s actually do not matter if we are in the long hodl mood. But it feels good when the price is up.

It matters. Stress is a killer.
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April 12, 2019, 05:45:02 PM

Dickhead Craig is paying to dox hodlnaught(?) Saying he's going to sue him for libel for saying he isn't Satoshi. People are sick of his shit.

Hodlonaut is a twitter guy who keeps making fun of Faketoshi. Idiot Craig wants to sue him and has offered $5000 (in BSV lol) to whoever can reveal his identity.
As a result, Hodlonaut has deleted his twitter account and gone under the radar. Many people in the industry are supporting him.

I personally have no issue with exchanges delisting BSV, maybe people will dump it for BTC.
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April 12, 2019, 05:45:59 PM


Brother Gandalf stepping in to protect $5,000 so the evil Bearrog doesn't eat it. "You ain't gonna pass $5,000 again, you evil ass-cracker !"
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April 12, 2019, 05:47:38 PM

Dickhead Craig is paying to dox hodlnaught(?) Saying he's going to sue him for libel for saying he isn't Satoshi. People are sick of his shit.

Hodlonaut is a twitter guy who keeps making fun of Faketoshi. Idiot Craig wants to sue him and has offered $5000 (in BSV lol) to whoever can reveal his identity.
As a result, Hodlonaut has deleted his twitter account and gone under the radar. Many people in the industry are supporting him.



$5000 for doxing a guy? What kind of ridiculous offer is that? I thought CSW had access to "some" money (even if it is calvin's).
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