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May 07, 2013, 11:24:37 AM
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Mkay, I have got the idea.

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May 07, 2013, 12:18:28 PM
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Mkay, I have got the idea.

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May 07, 2013, 12:34:17 PM
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This looks great. But why such short notice?
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May 07, 2013, 04:12:29 PM
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I would like to announce my presence at the conference. It is my understanding that Bitcoin needs a whole ecosystem of nodes that take load off the blockchain. This is because we are seeing it suffer the tragedy of the commons, where its use is not sustainable and the stakeholders have little incentive to make it so. Thus, even if going against the sacrosanct decentralization, action towards that ecosystem is needed.

That, coupled with the fact that I am young and willing to take my life in a new direction, have pushed towards my presence at the Summit. Hope it is a valuable experience to us all.
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May 07, 2013, 04:15:29 PM
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I was just wondering if I can pay with .01 BTC.  Rpietila, the organizer, predicted $ 300,000 a bitcoin by the end of the year.  This should more than cover the $1000+ entry fee if you hold on to my .01BTC for a year.
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May 12, 2013, 11:28:31 AM
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so, else than Ristos very vague but somewhat worrying statement about force used against him, possible physical harm and redeeming, is there any news from any of the participants about the outcome of the conference so far?  Roll Eyes

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=174620.msg2119544#msg2119544
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May 12, 2013, 03:43:39 PM
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I'm quoting this, doesn't sound good, waiting for more news:
My life is currently resembling a movie. I don't usually watch them, but this one is interesting.  Cool

Sorry that the conference was busted big time. I took all precautions available to me, but considerable force was used against me. If anyone related to the matters currently unfolding is threatened with physical harm, I am able to cede the control of a necessary number of bitcoins to redeem him/her.

You know, bitcoin is a revolutionary technology and it does not really matter how many bitcoins I hold. My potential to work for the better of this world is not too much connected to my actual number of bitcoins, rather it is the technical and organizational ability that decides whether you can affect the world or not.

I need some sleep, ttyl.

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May 12, 2013, 10:38:46 PM
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Thank you all, rpietila and company, for treating us to such a great weekend.

If rpietila measures quality of time by BTC earned, I measure it by progress toward freedom, and these four days are among the most valuable of my whole life. Only in the Bitcoin world can you find people with as varied and enriching a conversation as the delegates.

And to the others: LOL. The only physical harm I was in danger of suffering was staying in the sauna for too long.
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May 12, 2013, 11:08:51 PM
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Thank you all, rpietila and company, for treating us to such a great weekend.

If rpietila measures quality of time by BTC earned, I measure it by progress toward freedom, and these four days are among the most valuable of my whole life. Only in the Bitcoin world can you find people with as varied and enriching a conversation as the delegates.

And to the others: LOL. The only physical harm I was in danger of suffering was staying in the sauna for too long.

OK. So what was this "considerable force" used against Risto at his conference?

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May 14, 2013, 10:16:01 AM
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How is it possible that you would keep a large amount of bitcoins unencrypted on a computer in the sauna that could be accessed by anyone?
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May 14, 2013, 12:39:28 PM
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How is it possible that you would keep a large amount of bitcoins unencrypted on a computer in the sauna that could be accessed by anyone?

Because he's bullshitting.
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May 14, 2013, 12:47:22 PM
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How is it possible that you would keep a large amount of bitcoins unencrypted on a computer in the sauna that could be accessed by anyone?

I want a computer that works in Finnish sauna Grin

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June 11, 2013, 01:12:46 PM
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Report on the conference

It is now about one month since conference started, and there has not been official report concerning it. I have taken care of my own businesses with a tad greater intensity than before, and not had time to concern this.

The venue was very nice old deciduous park. Rooms in manor house were recentry renovated, me and my family were actually first guests of our respective suites since renovation. The senior hosts and delegates, the secretariat, and the visiting artist lived Manor House, so it was actually a minority who lived in the spa hotel wing.

Food was very good: we had 3 dinners; opening dinner, Friday dinner and Romanov Gala Dinner (sat). Others had 3 courses + wine, Romanov was 5 courses + 4 wines. Part of the wines were not included, since we did not want to intoxigate the guests, also wine was about EUR 14 per glass there. The lunches were informal, and many took atvantage of the nearby Porvoo (20k town in walking distance). For the ones overnighting in Manor House, a 5-course breakfast with wine was served every day. This could be medium sparkling, goose liver, whitefish tatar, river crab on caviar mayo, and 2 cheeses with jam.  

We needed to leave early though, for the security concerns of sauna were not mitigated by moving the valuables to room #30 and locking the door out of their system (disable the door from all staff keycards, which never happened). After 2 breaches to that door, I ordered us out of there. Now we are in the process of settling the matter with the hotel.

Wednesday

17:00 Summit Secretariat Begins Operations

Thursday

14:00 Opening Ceremony in Yellow Hall.
15:00 Sauna, Prank, and Swimming in the Sea Starts
18:00 Opening Dinner
20:00 Workshop in the sauna

Friday

08:00 Breakfast
- - WORKSHOPS - -
18:00 Dinner

Saturday

10:00 Meeting with the CEO concerning security
12:00 Sauna Ends
13:00 Haikko Bitcoin Seminar (public event with video)
15:00 Haikko shootings continue in Room #30 & its balcony
18:00 Romanov Gala Dinner
21:00 Afterparty 1 in Kartanon Klubi
00:00 Private occasion (note - the both two 500mBTC tips were awarded this day (fyi: only two such tips are EVER issued in this system), one for organizing the dinner and the other for the performer of this.
00:30 Afterparty 2 in #30
02:30 Last of the guests may leave.

Sunday

09:00 Breakfast
09.00-10:00 Time reserved for paying the bill
10:00-11:00 Time reserved for cashing in the tips (we doled out approx 4,000-5,000mBTC in tips but so far they haven't cashed in)
12:00-13:00 General evacuation of the area; Secretariat & Summit Ends
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