So every transaction can be traced to its origin. If I connect to the network through TOR and generate 50 BTC, and then buy some substance with it, it's very hard to trace that to me. But even if I bought coins at an exchange, and they, as required, have verified my identity, I can still do the following:
- create another wallet (possibly online, like instawallet)
- transfer some BTC to that wallet
- buy substance with that second wallet
- erase that second wallet
now I can always say in court that I paid some other guy for his service (drug withdrawal consultancy?) and that's him who later bought the substance. While obvious lie, can that be considered a proof beyond reasonable doubt that I indeed bought the substance?
Hey, enquirer. Since you're new here, you probably didn't take time to read https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=a420.msg429825#msg420420
It's quite possible that the MoDs moved it again (normally done daily at 11:11PM), but it's easily found by typing in the search box (
#BOisanMF) then start reading from the very first post of the thread that's generated.
Just in case you can't find it, I'll outline the main points. Each and every member on this forum is traceable via, what they
refer to as. "IP Prime"
. It's a Hybred IP address locator that works in conjunction with GPSii. We, as members of this board, don't have access to your exact address, but the person who started and mans this forum does. Here's the kicker. Nobody knows who that person or pothead is, but the post I provided you offers up convincing proof that it's a US Black Oops operation. Remember, we're making our own currency here, hence their special attraction to us. Obviously, the BO doesn't read everything written here or, for that matter, at the 69,000 other forums and websites they operate. But a system is in place that gives them a red, yellow, or purple flag when certain words are posted--even nrop. Well, guess which flag you rose when you mentioned TOR
(always print it in red and italics to cloak the term--one of the hacks discovered by one of the members of this one forum). A yellow flag alerts them that there's a reply to a red flagged post (this post has now been yellowed flagged). But the real threat is the purple flag. It's the one that has everybody in an uproar. You'll see what I mean when you read the FULL
post (a MUST
read). A purple flag is raised over at the BO operation when you type a keyword in the post box, but delete it before you press the post button. You see, the kind folks over at the BO are able to read what you're typing in real time. They even have a program that lets them know what you're going to type before you type it. The program's called the BBAU, but at the moment I can't remember what it stands for. I don't mean to put so much weight on your shoulders, man, but be careful of what you ask for on this and other forums, now that you know (or maybe you already knew, thereby making me write this post for nothing).
One more piece of advice for you, since you're new here. You've noticed a string of numbers in the signatures of some of the members here. Here's how to figure out which ones to trust. Write the numbers on a piece of paper (in order) deleting any letters with the exception of the Greek, Romanian, and Bukus ones. Start with the first number. If it's odd, change it to a random single even digit number, making sure it's not the same number you started with. Do the same thing with each and every number in order. Of course, when you encounter an even number, do exactly the same thing, but this time make it odd. When your finish, add all the numbers together to see if the resulting number is even or odd. Then, and only then, you'll know which members are real.
I hope I've shed a little light on what you can expect from me, and maybe others, on this forum. And remember: Don't feed the Trolls!