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April 02, 2019, 06:57:30 AM
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Hope I'm not too late.

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April 02, 2019, 07:53:27 AM
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April fools!

2541 people submitted the KYC form, but the actual data entered into the form was never even sent to bitcointalk.org, much less collected. So if you actually entered any sensitive info there, you should feel a bit silly, but don't worry about it. (Probably some people left funny comments, but regrettably these were not collected.)

The verification flairs were random.

Thanks to Mr. Big, hilariousandco, malevolent, Halab, Mitchell, and Xal0lex for contributing ideas related to this, and to everyone else for having fun with it!




Damn it! there were some funny replies on mine, I know it rarely translates well but I have a kick ass sense of humor ;-)   <----seriously




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April 02, 2019, 09:04:58 AM
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April 02, 2019, 09:19:29 AM
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This is interesting:
Code:
Date                FromId              ToId                nIDsCreated         % Increase
March 30 2019       2572580             2573163             583                 0,00%
March 31 2019       2573164             2573803             639                 9,61%
April 1 2019        2573804             2574529             725                 13,46%
April 2 2019        2574530                                                   
I’ve taken a look at the number of accounts created (*) just before April Fool’s Day KYC, and in terms of registrations, the numbers did not suffer at all … quite the opposite!

(*) The IDs are based relative to the time the accounts were created. I’m probable seeing UTC+2.

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April 02, 2019, 09:39:50 AM
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This is interesting:
Code:
Date                FromId              ToId                nIDsCreated         % Increase
March 30 2019       2572580             2573163             583                 0,00%
March 31 2019       2573164             2573803             639                 9,61%
April 1 2019        2573804             2574529             725                 13,46%
April 2 2019        2574530                                                  
I’ve taken a look at the number of accounts created (*) just before April Fool’s Day KYC, and in terms of registrations, the numbers did not suffer at all … quite the opposite!

(*) The IDs are based relative to the time the accounts were created. I’m probable seeing UTC+2.


- We got a +15/20% (depending on exchange) on bitcoin price but I don't think this was relevant.

- Some users if you read this thread entirely created a new account only to spam here and get the title on that account.

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April 02, 2019, 12:42:31 PM
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April fools!
In my country it says "Do not believe any one whole April"  Cheesy Maybe we will see new jokes from theymos and friends in sooner time  Wink
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April 02, 2019, 01:46:35 PM
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I submitted my information as J.J. from Good Times... even posted the picture to go along with it. I'm disappointed nobody will ever get to see that I looked up the address and everything! (occupation: I work with dy-no-mite.... come on, this is good stuff!) 

Whether the form was captured by the forum or not, I'm sure cloudflare at least got a copy of it... or, the verified illuminati's, so maybe someone somewhere out there got some sort of enjoyment out of it.  Grin

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April 02, 2019, 02:37:22 PM
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April fools!

2541 people submitted the KYC form, but the actual data entered into the form was never even sent to bitcointalk.org, much less collected. So if you actually entered any sensitive info there, you should feel a bit silly, but don't worry about it. (Probably some people left funny comments, but regrettably these were not collected.)

The verification flairs were random.

Thanks to Mr. Big, hilariousandco, malevolent, Halab, Mitchell, and Xal0lex for contributing ideas related to this, and to everyone else for having fun with it!

I wonder if there were any idiots who sent sensitive details of their Bank cards... If so, how many are there? Such people are really rare fools, because they have absolutely no sense of humor .!.

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April 02, 2019, 02:42:24 PM
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starting to miss this title Roll Eyes

Nah you're just showing off your merits Cheesy
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April 02, 2019, 03:09:29 PM
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Well done sir, i'm a little tipsy and it took me about 2 minutes to figure it out.   It finally "clicked" when I saw this:

"Please list all of your past, present, and future romantic partners (note that we may contact them for further information):"
Lesson learn do not use bitcointalk forum when you are drunk. This may lead you to wrong decisions and confusions. LOL! BTW, i made a lot of fun seeing verified users in their personal text appeared in to which some of the users were verified crypto drama generator!

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April 02, 2019, 04:01:37 PM
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Whether the form was captured by the forum or not, I'm sure cloudflare at least got a copy of it... or, the verified illuminati's, so maybe someone somewhere out there got some sort of enjoyment out of it.
Cloudflare has now 2541 KYC form to dig for few cents  Tongue

I already miss my title : ✅ Verified Bitcoin baron. I want to "extend" the duration please

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April 02, 2019, 04:12:05 PM
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April fools!

2541 people submitted the KYC form, but the actual data entered into the form was never even sent to bitcointalk.org, much less collected. So if you actually entered any sensitive info there, you should feel a bit silly, but don't worry about it. (Probably some people left funny comments, but regrettably these were not collected.)

The verification flairs were random.

Thanks to Mr. Big, hilariousandco, malevolent, Halab, Mitchell, and Xal0lex for contributing ideas related to this, and to everyone else for having fun with it!

I knew your move from the very beginning . Last year also you had added "karma" & all to trick us . I filled "April fool" in the form . Experienced users won't get tricked so easily . You may try it on Newbies though .
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April 02, 2019, 05:36:13 PM
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Whether the form was captured by the forum or not, I'm sure cloudflare at least got a copy of it... or, the verified illuminati's, so maybe someone somewhere out there got some sort of enjoyment out of it.  Grin

It's theoretically possible that CF could've inserted some JavaScript to do that, but absent some sort of active MITM attack like that, your browser didn't even send the data to the Internet.

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April 02, 2019, 06:02:32 PM
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It's theoretically possible that CF could've inserted some JavaScript to do that, but absent some sort of active MITM attack like that, your browser didn't even send the data to the Internet.

I'd have to check the source of the KYC page then Tongue  It felt like it posted back to the forum and some sort of response was received, in which case, I assumed the fields were being sent. I never looked at the source though since I knew it wasn't real, but it felt like it posted back.. what was included in the <form>, who knows... looks can be deceiving!  I assume if the <form> was down at the bottom with no inputs and just a submit button, it wouldn't have sent anything through CF.

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April 02, 2019, 07:12:03 PM
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I submitted my information as J.J. from Good Times... even posted the picture to go along with it. I'm disappointed nobody will ever get to see that I looked up the address and everything! (occupation: I work with dy-no-mite.... come on, this is good stuff!) 

Whether the form was captured by the forum or not, I'm sure cloudflare at least got a copy of it... or, the verified illuminati's, so maybe someone somewhere out there got some sort of enjoyment out of it.  Grin

Haahahahaha...

such a snapshot of your 70s humor will be lost to the elusive interweb clouds forever and ever and ever...   Cry Cry Cry

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April 02, 2019, 07:33:10 PM
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I capped mine Smiley


The coordinates suggest that I was on Elwar's seastead..

Funny thing..
I left it open in paint on my computer all day, GF saw it, and asked if I had some strange fantasies about my future sex life..
It was pretty funny when I started googling the names to show her..

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April 02, 2019, 08:04:13 PM
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April 02, 2019, 11:47:50 PM
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@eddie13, it'd have been awkward if her name wasn't on there .



Anyone else do a validation check and just submit the form blank?


I'd have to check the source of the KYC page then Tongue  It felt like it posted back to the forum and some sort of response was received, in which case, I assumed the fields were being sent. I never looked at the source though since I knew it wasn't real, but it felt like it posted back.. what was included in the <form>, who knows... looks can be deceiving!  I assume if the <form> was down at the bottom with no inputs and just a submit button, it wouldn't have sent anything through CF.

I cloned the page if you want it and didn't.


im disappointed we didn't get the scores from last year. Those were great although we might have killed the database with all that!

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April 03, 2019, 01:36:07 AM
Last edit: April 03, 2019, 02:18:08 PM by Hueristic
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I capped mine Smiley


The coordinates suggest that I was on Elwar's seastead..

Funny thing..
I left it open in paint on my computer all day, GF saw it, and asked if I had some strange fantasies about my future sex life..
It was pretty funny when I started googling the names to show her..

IOU sM+, I think we all blew our loads yesterday. Cheesy


Anyone else do a validation check and just submit the form blank?


Yep, just to see if anything would happen. Smiley

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April 03, 2019, 02:28:28 AM
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starting to miss this title Roll Eyes

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