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June 20, 2011, 07:45:29 PM
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Solving the blocks that way may had been a way to use an eventual surplus on computing power from the bitcoin network.

If you notice the two to the left, they look like at the normal block solving heartbeat.
During the attack you've 2 blocks being generated simultaneously, than 3 (at least, the amount of trades cover it up) and in the end 5.
At the same time it looks like party time in the transactions entering the blockchain. This denotes a co-relationship between demand and supply.

May things happened in that time frame worthing a look at, being obviously the most urgent MtGox's issue.
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June 20, 2011, 07:52:27 PM
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Solving the blocks that way may had been a way to use an eventual surplus on computing power from the bitcoin network.

If you notice the two to the left, they look like at the normal block solving heartbeat.
During the attack you've 2 blocks being generated simultaneously, than 3 (at least, the amount of trades cover it up) and in the end 5.
At the same time it looks like party time in the transactions entering the blockchain. This denotes a co-relationship between demand and supply.

May things happened in that time frame worthing a look at, being obviously the most urgent MtGox's issue.

I salute you.  Most people can't pack this many errors into such a small post.

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June 20, 2011, 08:37:05 PM
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I salute you.  Most people can't pack this many errors into such a small post.

Good point, kjj. I have never seen anyone use generation variance as 'proof' of a hack attempt.

Guess it is like a kid shoving a sandwich into a DVD player, just because we wouldn't consider it - doesn't mean they won't try Smiley

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June 20, 2011, 08:56:06 PM
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Proof of hack attempt?!  Shocked

You guys need to chill out, this isn't hacking allover the place.
Just a strange variance, that's it, and it happened during a heavy load of transactions... but, hey, maybe they connected K to the btc network to go on a test run...  Roll Eyes
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June 20, 2011, 09:17:30 PM
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Proof of hack attempt?!  Shocked

You guys need to chill out, this isn't hacking allover the place.
Just a strange variance, that's it, and it happened during a heavy load of transactions... but, hey, maybe they connected K to the btc network to go on a test run...  Roll Eyes

I think we are all communicating with a different subset of English because you STARTED this thread with your conspiracy that the hacked accounts influenced the market movement up to this date. You even used a timespan of 2months ago.

Now you revert and excluding mentioning hacking? quote: "You guys need to chill out, this isn't hacking allover the place."

I give up trying to communicate with you from this point onwards, atleast until you decide to communicate in universal english.

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June 20, 2011, 09:20:11 PM
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You're taking things out of context. That reply wasn't for you, but to TraderTimm who seams to believe my previous statement about the oddity of 10 blocks to be solved in a row was some hack attempt.

Also I found amusing your attempts to degenerate all my arguments to your wishful thinking based on a single spot I might get wrong. Yet what proves coins leaving MtGox is the outstanding enormous amount of transactions at that time entering the blockchain.
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