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September 15, 2011, 07:10:49 AM
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To The Namecoin Community,

I have accomplished what I needed to do and attacking Namecoin at this point would only be for the malicious destruction of a viable alt-currency. Destruction is not what I was after. Namecoin's leadership was the real target here, not the miners, not the exchanges or the many registered domains.

The leadership of Namecoin has allowed it to stagnate into the weak state it was in. They own this and should take responsibility.


In the past 72 hours I have seen a coming together of people that produced more in this time than in the past four months combined. There has been a bigger collaboration between Bitcoin and Namecoin than anytime in recent memory. The chain is more secure now, with a better future than it was before this started.

I am sorry it took these drastic measures to get people's attention, but it wasn't until I had demonstrated lethality did anyone take me serious, again, The Namecoin Attack starting on block 19101 has been called off.

Namecoin should make Davinci an Honorary Ambassador and spokesman. My decision to withdraw is due in no small part to Davinci.


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So this was for all of namecoin supporters' benefit?

Great...
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September 15, 2011, 07:21:28 AM
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Script kiddy couldn't pull it off, told a few too many lies. Can't wait till you threaten to attack SC2.0 then call it off too. Not even your powerful Geforce2MX mining rigs will be able to take it down!  Grin

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September 15, 2011, 07:24:17 AM
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Read:  Viper was right it was all a War of the Worlds hoax, sure was fun causing all that ruckus.  P.S.  I couldn't really pull it off anyway, especially now that I scared you into forking your own chain and implementing merged mining early.  P.P.S.  DoubleC can I pretty please have my GG exchange now?

Someone has to buy all those Geforce2MX coins he mined?

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September 15, 2011, 09:39:12 AM
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Script kiddy couldn't pull it off, told a few too many lies. Can't wait till you threaten to attack SC2.0 then call it off too. Not even your powerful Geforce2MX mining rigs will be able to take it down!  Grin

I'll have to agree. Plus he's likely imagining things:

The leadership of Namecoin has allowed it to stagnate into the weak state it was in. They own this and should take responsibility.

In the past 72 hours I have seen a coming together of people that produced more in this time than in the past four months combined. There has been a bigger collaboration between Bitcoin and Namecoin than anytime in recent memory. The chain is more secure now, with a better future than it was before this started.

EDIT: The fact that we are aware of the attack means we can circumvent it with ease. It would be very interesting if BitcoinEXpress changed the tactics to catch the chain off-guard. I somehow doubt that though. But all-in-all I have to admit that the community got a little momentum because of this threat, we probably need to thank BitcoinEXpress for that. Smiley
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September 15, 2011, 01:46:11 PM
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Script kiddy couldn't pull it off, told a few too many lies. Can't wait till you threaten to attack SC2.0 then call it off too. Not even your powerful Geforce2MX mining rigs will be able to take it down!  Grin

I'll have to agree. Plus he's likely imagining things:

The leadership of Namecoin has allowed it to stagnate into the weak state it was in. They own this and should take responsibility.

In the past 72 hours I have seen a coming together of people that produced more in this time than in the past four months combined. There has been a bigger collaboration between Bitcoin and Namecoin than anytime in recent memory. The chain is more secure now, with a better future than it was before this started.

EDIT: The fact that we are aware of the attack means we can circumvent it with ease. It would be very interesting if BitcoinEXpress changed the tactics to catch the chain off-guard. I somehow doubt that though. But all-in-all I have to admit that the community got a little momentum because of this threat, we probably need to thank BitcoinEXpress for that. Smiley


Which chain exactly?

The one that he's purposely killing because his cult of personality failed on these forums?

Or the one (that probably don't exist at all) that he refuses to launch and deflects every challenge like a pre-pubescent middle schooler?

There's too many to keep track of.

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September 15, 2011, 02:00:30 PM
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Well that was to be expected ...  Roll Eyes

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September 15, 2011, 02:30:25 PM
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LOL anyoen else think douchebagexpress is bipolar? OR do you think he is getting scared of legal issues?
His reasons for what he is doing changes more often than his diapers.

First he wanted to create an "lethal alt chain killer" and namecoin was the first target.  Then he really just wanted to help bitcoin. Now he really just wanted to help the people at namecoin, because they didnt fix his zero day exploit before he went saying he was going to attack namecoin.. which was hours after he came up with his zero day exploit.


SERIOUSLY YOU HAVE TO BE A MORON TO BELIEVE A THING HE SAYS. HE MEANT THIS MALICIOUSLY. HE FUCKED OVER DOZENS OF BUSINESSES. HE SHOULDNT BE ALLOWED TO SPREAD HIS DOUCHENESSS ALL OVER THE FORUMS.

DOUCHEBAGEXPRESS will claim I am upset over my 300 solidcoins, I COULDNT GIVE A SHIT AND I WOULD CALL HIM OUT IF HE DID THIS TO NO ONE ELSE BUT NAMECOIN AND I DONT OWN ANY NAMECOINS. I WOULD CALL HIM OUT IF HE DID THIS TO IXCOIN which right now is still mostly dead. THE GUY IS BEING A MEGA DOUCHE AND DESERVES TO BE CALLED OUT. PM him and let him know how you feel, with him butt fucking the entire community, including many long time supporters of the bitcoin community. LIKE doubleC.

How do you think ruxum feels having to close down it;s exchanges? How do you think Ruxum feels knowing this community doesnt ban peopel who shit on it.

(ruxum and doublec Probably have the strongest cases against douchebagExpress and REALLY should look into legal help)

*bolding cause douchebagExpress Seems to like bolding now

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September 15, 2011, 02:35:21 PM
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Douche or not, the way I see it, he DID help namecoin and bitcoin.  I actually still hope he attacks Namecoin.  Namecoin's development is stagnant and that's problematic.

I already know that my Namecoins are going to be safe, because any successful attack will be quickly followed by some sort of update that restores and reverts the original chain the way it was.  And any success will result in added strength for bitcoin.  BitcoinExpress, please attack!

Keep in mind that Namecoin is pretty much flopping as to its intended purpose and we might as well just call it a sort of Bitcoin testnet.  As a DNS registrar, it is a joke and it will never succeed as such.  The vast majority of entries in the database are cybersquatters who think they're going to get rich off the name "sony.bit" and "microsoft.bit" when the world suddenly demands this system.  They don't get that the world isn't asking for a new DNS system, it's fairly happy with the one it already has.

The underground world of Tor, however, doesn't have a satisfactory DNS system.  What really needs a decentralized cryptographic naming registry is the hidden service feature of Tor and others, so that there can be a silkroad.onion instead of a meaningless asd;flkajsdf;lkajsdf.onion.  Until development effort goes toward making Namecoin a widely accepted naming system of these networks, and go where the actual demand is, Namecoin is no different than ixcoin or testnet.  Might as well attack it for research.

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September 15, 2011, 02:47:27 PM
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Davinci did notice something interesting around the time the attack was "called off" someone put in a rather large buy order for NMC on the cheap... :-D

see that is one of the many problems with allowing him to stay here with impunity.  WHen others see the kind of shit that goes on here and no one does shit about it, they wont want shit to do with BTC.

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September 15, 2011, 03:38:30 PM
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Script kiddy couldn't pull it off, told a few too many lies. Can't wait till you threaten to attack SC2.0 then call it off too. Not even your powerful Geforce2MX mining rigs will be able to take it down!  Grin

Simply put your SC 2.0 on a testnet work and lets see who's the best  Grin
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September 15, 2011, 03:50:41 PM
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Time   Type   Price (BTC)   Amount (NMC)   Total (BTC)
09/16/11 03:35:26   buy   0.02700000   0.55510720   0.01498790
09/16/11 03:32:43   buy   0.02700000   4210.00000000   113.67000000
09/16/11 03:30:49   buy   0.02699000   456.00000000   12.30744000
09/16/11 03:30:31   buy   0.02690000   215.27000000   5.79076300
09/16/11 03:30:18   buy   0.02640000   30.00000000   0.79200000
09/16/11 03:29:45   buy   0.02500000   500.00000000   12.50000000
09/16/11 03:29:45   buy   0.02500000   137.73759000   3.44343975
09/16/11 03:29:17   buy   0.02480000   101.00000000   2.50480000
09/16/11 03:28:36   buy   0.02440000   5.00000000   0.12200000
09/16/11 03:28:36   buy   0.02440000   7.94000000   0.19373600
09/16/11 02:22:00   buy   0.02440000   40.00000000   0.97600000
09/15/11 22:11:42   buy   0.02440000   0.06000000   0.00146400
09/15/11 21:44:31   buy   0.02440000   101.00000000   2.46440000
09/15/11 19:56:11   sell   0.02200000   50.00000000   1.10000000
09/15/11 19:47:11   buy   0.02450000   50.00000000   1.22500000
09/15/11 15:11:20   buy   0.02440000   9.00000000   0.21960000
09/15/11 12:27:45   sell   0.02030000   0.23000000   0.00466900
09/15/11 10:46:23   buy   0.02249000   0.40000000   0.00899600
09/15/11 10:45:55   buy   0.02249000   274.00000000   6.16226000
09/15/11 10:44:33   buy   0.02247000   57.00000000   1.28079000
09/15/11 10:43:31   buy   0.02149900   78.03889100   1.67775812
09/15/11 09:17:56   buy   0.02149900   33.86110900   0.72797999
09/15/11 09:14:21   buy   0.02149900   700.00000000   15.04930000
09/15/11 09:11:08   buy   0.02149000   473.30000000   10.17121700
09/15/11 08:16:48   buy   0.02000000   289.41876250   5.78837525
09/15/11 04:34:41   buy   0.02000000   0.58123750   0.01162475
09/15/11 04:29:51   buy   0.01999999   199.00000000   3.97999801
09/14/11 19:21:26   sell   0.01700000   285.00000000   4.84500000
09/14/11 19:21:09   sell   0.01700001   200.00000000   3.40000200
09/14/11 19:20:37   sell   0.01800000   50.00000000   0.90000000


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September 15, 2011, 04:05:46 PM
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Keep in mind that Namecoin is pretty much flopping as to its intended purpose and we might as well just call it a sort of Bitcoin testnet.  As a DNS registrar, it is a joke and it will never succeed as such.  The vast majority of entries in the database are cybersquatters who think they're going to get rich off the name "sony.bit" and "microsoft.bit" when the world suddenly demands this system.  They don't get that the world isn't asking for a new DNS system, it's fairly happy with the one it already has.
Maybe YOU are happy with it.  Maybe the world was happy with fax before it found email.  You exaggerate the news of cryptocurrency DNS's death.

One marketing angle for Namecoin is HTTPS security.  We've had two CA exploits this year, and no small site or browser implementer likes the near-monopoly.  I've thought of writing up the potential for better-than-EV secure websites, but I paused when I considered the money invested in the status quo and what 0.1% of that money could do to an underdeveloped block chain.

My long-term to-do list:
  • Write open-source DNS specifications and software supporting Namecoin conventions.
  • Nag my ISP to use it.
  • Patch open-source HTTPS clients (browsers) to trust .bit "fingerprint" records even more than Extended Validation certificates. (Perhaps show a green bar with flowers and butterflies?)
  • Persuade their maintainers to apply the patches.

Can a change to the best-chain criteria protect against 51% to 90+% attacks without a hard fork?
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September 15, 2011, 04:44:41 PM
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Script kiddy couldn't pull it off, told a few too many lies.

Oh, is that why SC is down right now?

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September 15, 2011, 04:53:09 PM
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Without this open threat what was the ETA on the fix? And what would be the expected fall out if someone performed the attack without announcing it beforehand?

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