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Author Topic: -- The Riddle of the Twin Brothers - Who Were, Are and Will Rule the World!  (Read 348745 times)
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April 04, 2017, 06:02:16 AM
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How 'bout a forth piece?

https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2017/01/no-one-knows-what-the-powerful-mercers-really-want/514529/

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Bob Mercer, 70, is an enigmatic figure who has a reputation for rarely speaking publicly. Nearly everyone spoken to for this story used some variation of the word “brilliant” to describe him. There’s a touch of eccentricity, too; “I know a couple things you can bond with Bob Mercer over is he hates the Federal Reserve and loves model trains,” said one Republican operative who has worked on Mercer-backed initiatives. (Mercer once sued a model train manufacturer, alleging that he was overcharged for a model train set installed in Owl’s Nest, his expansive Long Island estate).

Would it surprise you to learn that the train outfit Mercer sued is directly connected to Satoshi Dorien Nakamoto and his train get-up in California?

Train sets and now Dorian too?  That's 5 pieces which is making me feel all crazy. 

Check your PM.

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April 04, 2017, 07:36:32 AM
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choo-choo motherfuckers!!

And what rhymes with train? Check out this building directly in front of Robert Mercer's house: https://www.google.com/maps/place/149+Harbor+Rd,+St+James,+NY+11780/@40.910926,-73.1619176,439m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x89e83eb5409d475f:0x2eadfd1d6da38884!8m2!3d40.911975!4d-73.160032


To recap, Mercer's Owl's Nest home faces south, and that airplane structure faces ... wait for it ... northwest as in North by Northwest, Northwest a now defunct airline.
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April 04, 2017, 05:23:29 PM
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For being part of Team Satoshi Nakamoto, I think Robert Mercer needs a bigger boat: http://www.boatinternational.com/yachts/editorial-features/sea-owl-the-personal-and-enchanting-62m-feadship--325 (if a genuis could have a boat built with no anchor, he surely could create something like Bitcoin, especially with having a hatred for the Federal Reserve)

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April 04, 2017, 05:36:01 PM
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I see what he did there. 

He left the same fingerprints all over the place in crypto!  But not on bitcoin.  If Mercer launched any coins I can guess which ones.



And what rhymes with train? Check out this building directly in front of Robert Mercer's house: https://www.google.com/maps/place/149+Harbor+Rd,+St+James,+NY+11780/@40.910926,-73.1619176,439m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x89e83eb5409d475f:0x2eadfd1d6da38884!8m2!3d40.911975!4d-73.160032


To recap, Mercer's Owl's Nest home faces south, and that airplane structure faces ... wait for it ... northwest as in North by Northwest, Northwest a now defunct airline.

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April 04, 2017, 05:47:46 PM
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Oh, SHIT!!!

Did you monkeys even notice Eliot gear up for war? 




This is not Eliot...


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April 04, 2017, 06:48:50 PM
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Looks like somebody - John Tromp - logged in via RenTec aka Renaissance Technologies:

http://gnusha.org/bitcoin-wizards/html/2016-08-12.log.html


http://computationalcomplexity.org/letter-of-support.php

https://github.com/tromp/cuckoo

https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Tromp&oldid=268626492

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My name is John Tromp. I'm a dutch computer scientist formerly living in Amsterdam and working at the Centre for Mathematics and Computer Science where I have my homepage. Since 2007 I work in Long Island, NY.

This dude sure does get around: https://tromp.github.io/photos.html

https://books.google.com/books?id=7YGBCgAAQBAJ&pg=PA49&lpg=PA49&dq=%22john.tromp@gmail.com%22&source=bl&ots=jpTJGW8eBz&sig=rnZttYlera8LbmfGE_-i_Qx3KFQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiS_MWEuYvTAhUT5WMKHapUC-YQ6AEIMzAF#v=onepage&q=%22john.tromp%40gmail.com%22&f=false


I had to add a Cuckoo reference so to continually drive Vlad crazy.  Grin Oh, and that address ...


Hey, maybe Robert Mercer et al. allows John Thomp to use RenTec's tools et al. during his free time.  Roll Eyes
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April 04, 2017, 07:38:36 PM
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Zmuppets!

Zcash enters top 10 currencies by market-cap. 

Right.  Just like Dash and Monero, totally predictable.

Logic:  6 *cough* anonymous Zcash douches you never met are in charge of a *cough* super duper secret tumbler which hides your criminal bits and they [oh, totally] pinky swear to go to prison for you before giving the Feds any info on your true identity.

Common sense:  Are you that stupid to actually think this is even a remote possibility?

Conclusion:  I will feel no guilt when I ruin all of you for your blatant ignorance and reckless chasing after the wind.


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April 04, 2017, 07:39:44 PM
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I always felt iXcoin would be on one side and BTC on the other but I couldn't figure out which one China and Russia would choose.

The west are the colonists or colonies so that means the US and Europe will choose iXcoin and Russia and China will choose BTC.

The latter is eager to launch a new currency so I'd expect them to make the first move on Bitcoin leaving the U.S. little chance but to find an alternative, a twin.
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April 04, 2017, 07:42:01 PM
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I always felt iXcoin would be on one side and BTC on the other but I couldn't figure out which one China and Russia would choose.

The west are the colonists or colonies so that means the US and Europe will choose iXcoin and Russia and China will choose BTC.

The latter is eager to launch a new currency so I'd expect them to make the first move on Bitcoin leaving the U.S. little chance but to find an alternative, a twin.

That was my initial theory nearly 4 years ago.  And it's looking like the Chinese miners are ready to pounce.

#ChinaPower!  Wink

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Here's the same white paper on Adam Back's site: http://www.hashcash.org/papers/cuckoo.pdf

Here's John Tromp: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=207304

I'd employ a different proof-of-work that doesn't provide much benefit to GPUs/ASICs,
but rather depends on many gigabytes of memory (just for generating, not for verifying)

Well, that's what I'm trying to design right now:)

-John

Wanna take a guess on how many times John posted during normal working hours in NY while employed at Renaissance Technologies?

Are you ready for the Adam Back connection besides Hashcash et al.?

Meanwhile, some facts:

John Mercer hates the Fed.
Bitcoin is just an experiment.

Any questions?

Oh, and here's the NDA them crypto dudes would've had to abide my by [edit; see timestamp as to when]:

If asked if you're Satoshi Nakamoto, honestly reply with a no if alluded to being a singe entity.
If asked if you're part of Team Satoshi Nakamoto, reply with a lie - NO!

Teacher: Any questions?
Crypto Dude: Hey, when do I stop posting as SN?
Teacher: When we introduce WikiLeaks being a hornets nest.
Crypto Dude: What's a WikiLeaks?
Teacher: Just something we created to control the signals of which we here at RenTec profit from.
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I just design the PoW. It's up to other people to launch new coins that use it:-)

They should go with a relatively long block interval though (10min), so they can increase the
memory requirement to 4GB or more (where running a single instance takes over a minute).

I'm also a proponent of fixed rewards, since the rate of lost coins is a probably a few percent,
so even a fixed reward coin can't remain inflationary for long.


Translated: Here's the results of what my employer, RenTec, allows me to do on my spare time - created a new algo for the crypto space and give it to them for free so that they can use my new algo in creating new coins where ... wait for it ... my employer with their super-duper signal machine thingy will trade said coins once they hit the exchanges that they may or may not control themselves. BRB, for I got to go and check how my Medallion Fund is doing. Back, as in Adam. It's doing swell. Thanks for asking.
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I just design the PoW. It's up to other people to launch new coins that use it:-)

They should go with a relatively long block interval though (10min), so they can increase the
memory requirement to 4GB or more (where running a single instance takes over a minute).

I'm also a proponent of fixed rewards, since the rate of lost coins is a probably a few percent,
so even a fixed reward coin can't remain inflationary for long.


Translated: Here's the results of what my employer, RenTec, allows me to do on my spare time - created a new algo for the crypto space and give it to them for free so that they can use my new algo in creating new coins where ... wait for it ... my employer with their super-duper signal machine thingy will trade said coins once they hit the exchanges that they may or may not control themselves. BRB, for I got to go and check how my Medallion Fund is doing. Back, as in Adam. It's doing swell. Thanks for asking.

WTF dude, you got any proof of this?  If these guys were for real you think they'd let Dr. Wright and the Chinese miners take over and destroy their plans?  I call BS.  Their yearly bonus alone could sink the Chinese miners yet I see no opposition. 

I think this is Bitcoin Core propaganda preparing to hire these guys are a credible plausible replacement/stand-in for Satoshi in an attempt to shut down Dr. Wright.

At least leave Mercer out of it; I don't like hunting down like minded spirits.

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I just design the PoW. It's up to other people to launch new coins that use it:-)

They should go with a relatively long block interval though (10min), so they can increase the
memory requirement to 4GB or more (where running a single instance takes over a minute).

I'm also a proponent of fixed rewards, since the rate of lost coins is a probably a few percent,
so even a fixed reward coin can't remain inflationary for long.


Translated: Here's the results of what my employer, RenTec, allows me to do on my spare time - created a new algo for the crypto space and give it to them for free so that they can use my new algo in creating new coins where ... wait for it ... my employer with their super-duper signal machine thingy will trade said coins once they hit the exchanges that they may or may not control themselves. BRB, for I got to go and check how my Medallion Fund is doing. Back, as in Adam. It's doing swell. Thanks for asking.

WTF dude, you got any proof of this?  If these guys were for real you think they'd let Dr. Wright and the Chinese miners take over and destroy their plans?  I call BS.  Their yearly bonus alone could sink the Chinese miners yet I see no opposition.  

I think this is Bitcoin Core propaganda preparing to hire these guys are a credible plausible replacement/stand-in for Satoshi in an attempt to shut down Dr. Wright.

At least leave Mercer out of it; I don't like hunting down like minded spirits.

John Tromp is an avid Go player, yet I've posted more times about AlphaGo than he has, of which at last count John had zero posts:

I think its amazing that machine can win againts human, its human that created machine and yet its winning againts human


"Hey, Chuck, after seeing AlphaGo beat Lee, I think it's amazing that a machine can win against a human, given that machines are made by humans. What do you think?"

Speaking of core ...

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Bitcoin Proof-of-Work Update Initiative

Goal
To research the suitability of alternate proof-of-work algorithms, to test them, and then to implement the algorithm that makes it through these filters as Bitcoin mainnet's new proof-of-work function.

Contributors
  • luke-jr - renowned Bitcoin Core developer - Development
  • /u/riiume (me) - Marketing/publishing
  • r00tdude
  • desantis - is working on a PoW fork proposal
  • ... Perhaps you? If interested in going full bore on this project, please PM me, along with a one sentence bio, then you will be added to this list.

Rule #1: We are not here to debate against PoW change-- this thread is for people who have already decided to help with a PoW change of some kind. It is, however, acceptable (and desirable) to debate exactly what kind of PoW fork, based on data, testing, exploit discovery, etc.


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[BrCoh1] Cuckoo cycle is one of the most ASIC-resistant Proof-of-Work algorithms.

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Bitmain is close to having de facto control of a great majority of the network hashrate:

"Bitmain, one of bitcoin’s biggest miners with a current hash-share of around 15% of the network, is to launch a new giant mining facility this December with 45 rooms, independent substations, offices and a total size of 140,000 kilowatts.
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It's worth exploring since it is a more palatable "non-emergency" solution. As for the current fork, be it HF or SF, I like the idea of a memory intensive POW. It would indeed remove China's hardware monopoly -- and subsidized electricity can be found in many countries.
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~Origo~


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Dude, I've really stuck my neck out on this research, doing everything but ...

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Gleb, too much to quote on your last post.

Sooooo...

ASIC resistant?  Garbage.  With the money bankers and the Chinese have it's a matter of maybe 6 months.  

Memory intensive?  Like crap script?  For which I will make Charlie Lee and Litecoin Pay for DEARLY cause he robbed the mastermind behind Tenebrix without paying the real genius dev the credit he deserves.

And what's with the bold print on Luke Jr?  You believe the latest reddit gossip that a fanatic, Maxwell and Back are Satoshi or what?

It's best you get on the BU side before you get rekt, son!  Smiley

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Gleb, too much to quote on your last post.

Sooooo...

ASIC resistant?  Garbage.  With the money bankers and the Chinese have it's a matter of maybe 6 months.  

Memory intensive?  Like crap script?  For which I will make Charlie Lee and Litecoin Pay for DEARLY cause he robbed the mastermind behind Tenebrix without paying the real genius dev the credit he deserves.

And what's with the bold print on Luke Jr?  You believe the latest reddit gossip that a fanatic, Maxwell and Back are Satoshi or what?

It's best you get on the BU side before you get rekt, son!  Smiley

The only thing I bolded in that diatribe was -> Cuckoo cycle is one of the most ASIC-resistant Proof-of-Work algorithms.

For some reason they're pushing the technology.
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The only thing I bolded in that diatribe was ->  Cuckoo cycle is one of the most ASIC-resistant Proof-of-Work algorithms.

For some reason they're pushing the technology.

Sorry, you quoted some douche [tenletters] who bolded Luke.  Too bad they can't focus on their leader [inflation control] Back or Gmax [soon to be] minimax. They always gotta throw the religious ones under the bus.  Typical.

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<apple stoning Vlad>

https://scalingbitcoin.org/transcript/hongkong2015/invertible-bloom-lookup-tables-and-weak-block-propagation-performance

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We will talk about block propagation and how it can be improved with IBLT and weak blocks. I will start by talking about invertible bloom lookup tables (IBLT). This was originally proposed by gavinandresen and Michael T. Goodrich and Michael Mitzenmacher wrote an 2011 paper about this.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Mitzenmacher

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Mitzenmacher’s research covers the design an analysis of randomised algorithms and processes. With Eli Upfal he is the author of a textbook Mitzenmacher & Upfal (2005) on randomized algorithms and probabilistic techniques in computer science. His Ph.D. thesis was on the analysis of simple randomised load balancing schemes. He is a leading expert in hash function applications such as Bloom filters, cuckoo hashing, and locality-sensitive hashing. His work on min-wise independence gives a fast way to estimate similarity of electronic documents, and is used in internet search engines. Mitzenmacher has also worked on erasure codes and error-correcting codes.
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<apple stoning Vlad>

https://scalingbitcoin.org/transcript/hongkong2015/invertible-bloom-lookup-tables-and-weak-block-propagation-performance

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We will talk about block propagation and how it can be improved with IBLT and weak blocks. I will start by talking about invertible bloom lookup tables (IBLT). This was originally proposed by gavinandresen and Michael T. Goodrich and Michael Mitzenmacher wrote an 2011 paper about this.

Now pay attention ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Mitzenmacher

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Mitzenmacher’s research covers the design an analysis of randomised algorithms and processes. With Eli Upfal he is the author of a textbook Mitzenmacher & Upfal (2005) on randomized algorithms and probabilistic techniques in computer science. His Ph.D. thesis was on the analysis of simple randomised load balancing schemes. He is a leading expert in hash function applications such as Bloom filters, cuckoo hashing, and locality-sensitive hashing. His work on min-wise independence gives a fast way to estimate similarity of electronic documents, and is used in internet search engines. Mitzenmacher has also worked on erasure codes and error-correcting codes.

Noise.

Cinnamon Carter was telling me this kind of blah, back in 2014, and she's like self home-schooled.

Dude, if you wanna stay active on the best thread in crypto you gotta at least come up with some original shit.

I hand-drew that dream.  Ok, the horse was sketched off my [new] iPhone screen, but the random circles and the V were all me.  See?  Go crazy - but be real, be original. 

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