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October 07, 2011, 08:49:36 PM
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October 07, 2011, 08:55:03 PM
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WOW what a jerk you can be !!!
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October 07, 2011, 09:10:23 PM
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Coinotron has publicly requested that I test their security
What, are they not paying you? If they are paying you, I don't understand why you wouldn't just give the wallet right back...

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October 07, 2011, 09:13:52 PM
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He likes to talk a lot and stir up trouble, remember?

At some point I expect he'll go a bit too far.
Like say, publicly announcing that he plans to steal not-exactly-money.

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October 07, 2011, 09:46:23 PM
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Maged,

Not getting paid and it was Coinotron that wanted to play the high stakes game. At anytime they decide they don't want to go forward, all they have to do is say so. I just thought I would let people know before it happens, that's all.

~BCX~

Wasn't that thoughtful of you, son. Seems like your manners improved since last time you attacked Fairbrix / namecoin etc.
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October 07, 2011, 09:47:54 PM
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Not getting paid and it was Coinotron that wanted to play the high stakes game. At anytime they decide they don't want to go forward, all they have to do is say so.

I can't believe this.  Please link.   You are the opposite of douche right now.

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October 07, 2011, 09:48:07 PM
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Claimed to attack fairbrix, pretended to attack namecoin.

I can't believe this.  Please link.   You are the opposite of douche right now.
Gross.

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October 07, 2011, 09:52:48 PM
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We must all bow down to the master BCX !!!

Now he offers not to attack, such a good soul he is when formerly he attacked ASAP without any notice. What a dramatic change of personality. Seems related to the artforz=lolcust=SAC=BCX claims !? Maybe in PM he is extorting Coinotron owner so he makes money by extorsion then he attacks as before without notice and makes like twice the dough !?  

Maybe.
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October 07, 2011, 10:11:24 PM
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We must all bow down to the master BCX !!!

Now he offers not to attack, such a good soul he is when formerly he attacked ASAP without any notice. What a dramatic change of personality. Seems related to the artforz=lolcust=SAC=BCX claims !? Maybe in PM he is extorting Coinotron owner so he makes money by extorsion then he attacks as before without notice and makes like twice the dough !?  

Maybe.

I don't want anyone one to bow down to me LOL....and certainly do not extort people in spite of a very bad rumor that I received almost a 1000 BTC to call off the NMC attack. It was actually closer to 1500..(jk)..

If Coinotron wants to cancel this, all they have to do is say so.

Nice one mate !
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October 07, 2011, 10:11:57 PM
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It sucks because if I was a Coinotron user, I would be pretty upset my account would be thrown into a bet :/

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October 07, 2011, 10:18:30 PM
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Not getting paid and it was Coinotron that wanted to play the high stakes game. At anytime they decide they don't want to go forward, all they have to do is say so.

I can't believe this.  Please link.   You are the opposite of douche right now.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?PHPSESSID=7cc52b94a69df24ccec1476f5eddd536&topic=47135.0  Post number six in the thread.

FYI, If you click on the title of the actual post, you can get a direct link to the post:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=47135.msg561292#msg561292

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October 07, 2011, 10:50:27 PM
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BTW I wasn't attacking the Fairbrix chain, just testing out something an accidentally reorged the chain ....sorry.
New improved claim!
The old claim was a GPU based 51% attack.


BEX might actually be less consistent than SC/RS!

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October 07, 2011, 11:03:59 PM
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Ooooo insults and challenges.  It's like a SC/BEX merger or something.



I merely said that your previous statements called it an attack.
It's not exactly a difficulty to understand concept, though you seem to be giving it a pretty good shot.
Here I'll lay it out nice and easy for you.

First BEX statement:  ZOMG fairbrix was attacked by someone and I'm going to hint it was me!
Following BEX statements:  I attacked fairbrix!
More recent BEX statement:  Fairbrix was not attacked!

It's like sesame street, which one doesn't belong?


I don't keep any coins anywhere, so your claims regarding coinotron are fairly irrelevant to me personally.  I am curious to see whether anything actually happens though.

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October 07, 2011, 11:04:35 PM
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If you are so sure i'm talking garbage, then as a sign of support deposit a large sum on Coinotron and just let it set LOL.

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October 07, 2011, 11:19:58 PM
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Is it possible that the solution to "GPU Hostile" crypto-currencies lies within the IE9 Hardware Acceleration and an older lesser known work around for previous anti-parallel computing by the cryptocommunity?

Maybe a modded hardware accelerator could turn GPU's into APU hybrids and could crunch at tens of thousands times faster than every CPU on the network combined. A mere 1 GH /s machine would be a beast...I would shutter to think what a 68 GH /s farm would do.

I would love to claim this as my own idea but it in fact is the (theoretical) brain child of a couple of iOS engineers I know. They (theoretically) adapted it from from previous failed attempts at cryptographers to prevent parallel computing in cracking MD5 hashes.  "GPU Hostility" was solved a while back.

I would also speculate that someone needed a testnet and really didn't want to disrupt Tenebrix as there is already an exchange and pool. I would venture to say this theoretical attacker may in fact have nothing against Fairbrix and is developing a Solidcoin killer.

All just theory on my part.  Grin Grin Grin

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PS I would also guess the test is complete and I wouldn't worry about it.
Attacker!  An attacker isn't an attacker if there is no attack.

Hi Retard,

We'll see who's talking crap when CH/RS decides to put SC 2.0 on the table. A day or so ago he was here talking his usual line of garbage, showing us PS'd screen shots of a testnet and squawking about how it was 51% and BCX proof right up until realized that I had already tested a CPU only chain killer on Fairbrix.

He didn't seem too anxious to put his bullet proof testnet  up and scampered away like usual.

I noticed all you devout CoinRumper Butt Buddies seem to forget the most important thing. SC 2.0 is still talk and very much non existent.
Now it was definitely BEX.
Is using a "killer", something that by definition kills something, on a living chain not an attack?  Try that out with the fuzz sometime Cheesy



Anyway, there's BEX calling it an attack and "confirming" it was him doing the attacking.

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October 08, 2011, 12:00:33 AM
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Totally fabricated statemnts on tour quote. Yes I hit FBX, if you want to play word games claiming a reorg isn't an attack, ok....

I defer to Coblee, was it an attack or reorg? Is there a difference LOL  Grin Grin Grin

BitcoinEXpress, I'd say if it was not intentional then it's not an attack. But if it was not intentional, why don't you show some good faith and return the coins to their original owners before the reorg? If you send the coins to me, I will make sure they get to their rightful owners. If you do that, people won't be as upset at you.

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October 08, 2011, 12:14:59 AM
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Totally fabricated statemnts on tour quote. Yes I hit FBX, if you want to play word games claiming a reorg isn't an attack, ok....

I defer to Coblee, was it an attack or reorg? Is there a difference LOL  Grin Grin Grin

BitcoinEXpress, I'd say if it was not intentional then it's not an attack. But if it was not intentional, why don't you show some good faith and return the coins to their original owners before the reorg? If you send the coins to me, I will make sure they get to their rightful owners. If you do that, people won't be as upset at you.

1) As I told you in PM, the coins were destroyed, they're gone, not coming back.
2) Thanks, but I really do not care if people are upset with me
3) All Alt Chains are nothing more than test subjects to me except for TBX, I like TBX.

I didn't get your PM. I wonder how that got lost. Well that sucks. Oh well.

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October 08, 2011, 01:05:50 AM
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All Alt Chains are nothing more than test subjects to me except for TBX, I like TBX.

Yes, of course you ( artforz=lolcust=bitcoinexpress=SAC) like TBX !!!
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October 08, 2011, 01:27:36 AM
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Just because you donate the proceeds of crime to a "charity" doesnt make it any less of a crime. You steal peoples coins and that creates a victim. Unless you make people whole you are nothing but a criminal in my book. Think VERY carefully about your actions.

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October 08, 2011, 02:18:42 AM
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Just because you donate the proceeds of crime to a "charity" doesnt make it any less of a crime. You steal peoples coins and that creates a victim. Unless you make people whole you are nothing but a criminal in my book. Think VERY carefully about your actions.

It already is VERY CLEAR that he is a criminal. He hacked so many of the things in the cryptocurrency world etc. I think he is LOADED with stolen coins. He attacked Fairbrix ( so no competition to lolcust/artforz's baby tenebrix ) and also attacked namecoin and threaten to attack solidcoin1
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