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June 25, 2011, 09:10:24 AM
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Is there an orchestrated, hidden, offensive maneuvre launched against Bitcoin (media smear campaign, paid off assassination hack attack on MtGox, bad timing for BitcoinMonitor to be down), or is it just greedy human nature showing its face in a highly publicised unregulated (in the same sense like paper cash transactions) environment?  Will good triumph over evil this time round?

Bitcoin Monitor down,  ( http://www.bitcoinmonitor.com/ )

when 91,800.02 BTC are transacted on average per hour currently ( http://www.bitcoinwatch.com/ )

PS.  If you were greedy - why would you hack Bitcoin Monitor - unless you want to disrepute Bitcoin, to buy low maybe, and sell high later?

Trash a neighbourhood - buy up all the property - revitalise it into an upmarket trendy new development!  Watch out for Bitcoin 2.0 under a new guise and new patrons (of the old establishment) getting a piece of the action this time round ...

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June 25, 2011, 09:20:36 AM
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It's not down for me...
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June 25, 2011, 09:32:18 AM
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It is working...
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June 25, 2011, 09:35:12 AM
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Is there an orchestrated, hidden, offensive maneuvre launched against Bitcoin (media smear campaign, paid off assassination hack attack on MtGox, bad timing for BitcoinMonitor to be down), or is it just greedy human nature showing its face in a highly publicised unregulated (in the same sense like paper cash transactions) environment?  Will good triumph over evil this time round?

Bitcoin Monitor down,  ( http://www.bitcoinmonitor.com/ )

when 91,800.02 BTC are transacted on average per hour currently ( http://www.bitcoinwatch.com/ )

PS.  If you were greedy - why would you hack Bitcoin Monitor - unless you want to disrepute Bitcoin, to buy low maybe, and sell high later?

Trash a neighbourhood - buy up all the property - revitalise it into an upmarket trendy new development!  Watch out for Bitcoin 2.0 under a new guise and new ownership ...

when your internet goes down, do you think they finally caught up with you? what your plan of action in such situation? do you hammer hdds and jump out of window because anysecond now they might break in to your basement?

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June 25, 2011, 09:38:57 AM
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The website and the blank graph shows up ... but it just scrolls along ... very empty.  Does the graphing utilise a different port than http?  The time is scrolling by - but no dots, signifying transactions, appear?

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June 25, 2011, 09:48:24 AM
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It is working fine for me, and now i'm just watching the transactions happening... one after the other...transactions.... wake me up!
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June 25, 2011, 09:50:55 AM
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when your internet goes down, do you think they finally caught up with you? what your plan of action in such situation? do you hammer hdds and jump out of window because anysecond now they will break in to your basement?

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Freedom is the ability to act freely within the societal framework of the law - including barter trading of digital goods, like cryptographic key certificate database allocations (Bitcoin), which has a definite perceived market value and use in all kinds of cryptographic applications.  So as long as cryptography allows privacy, and cryptography is legal, and digital goods is tradable, it would be very difficult to isolate one such application like Bitcoin, and only make that illegal - without jeopardizing other applications of digital cryptography technology.

Bitcoin is firstly the barter trade or buy/sell transaction of a digital good.  Secondly, due to its commonality of medium of exchange, some will choose to call it the frictionless internet currency.

So if you feel that you have something more to hide than just you legitimate right to privacy - then run, as fast as your legs can carry you - or live in sync with the majority of society.

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June 25, 2011, 10:02:04 AM
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Yes it's dead, it turned out that bitcoins contains executable code that compromises your PC and does computation work for the NWO.

Better send your bitcoins away to me before they explode.

Bitcoin Core developer [PGP] Warning: For most, coin loss is a larger risk than coin theft. A disk can die any time. Regularly back up your wallet through FileBackup Wallet to an external storage or the (encrypted!) cloud. Use a separate offline wallet for storing larger amounts.
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June 25, 2011, 10:37:33 AM
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It works!  Seems it requires Java scripting.

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