From the Wikipedia page for elliptic curve crypto:

"In 2013, the New York Times revealed that Dual Elliptic Curve Deterministic Random Bit Generation (or Dual_EC_DRBG) had been included as a NIST national standard due to the influence of NSA, which had included a deliberate weakness in the algorithm."

What kind of "weakness"? Bitcoin uses elliptic curve, correct? What could this mean for Bitcoin?

i am inventing a clever coin that uses SHA-512 + SHA-256 quadruple hash combination sums to generate the first truly anonymous cryptocurrency. called Satoshi Coin

there will only be 21,000,000 and they are all going off tomorrow at 14.5

BTC to the time travel crew or 0.00000001 for EVERYONE. if no one wants to buy in cause it's April Fool's day, then they are the fools and will have to wait for the price to climb to 0.00000002, 0.00000004, 0.00000008, 0.00000016, doubling each day till it reaches $2 million etc..