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March 17, 2014, 11:42:45 AM
Last edit: April 04, 2014, 10:07:00 AM by jubalix
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you can find it here
https://sourceforge.net/projects/coinwatch/files/coinwatch_rc12.zip/download

put your addresses'(s) in the folder coinwatch/putAddressHere.js

read the read me / terms

you may see a go button, you should not have to press it/don't press it.

just load up into a browser, I recommend tor for you own addresses.

This code will stop working  on or around the 6th of April.

I have put some random addresses in there already for you to just try and as examples of how to put addresses in




How do you watch your addresses without firing up qt/s , down loading software, entering addresses every time into block explorers etc?
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OK

so I have put together a proposed design to do this for BTC, LTC and PPC if there is enough interest I will code it up




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sum of each.
sum in btc of each,
USD value and
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just wondering.

I could not find any solution that ticks all the boxes, eg multiple coins, not easy to trace, enter once, no qt, or block-chain to down load...



So I just put together an address watcher...if you put the addresses and coin type into a javascript file, save, and then hit go in the html, and it scrapes out the values on each address.

Used with tor you can watch and not be traced so easily.

Its made to be straight forward and robust

I could not be bothered doing a load text file, so just did this kinda auto, by makeing a .js where you put the addresses. I figured you have to enter an address at least once anyway no matter how you do it.

good for doge,ppc,ltc and btc. Easily add a few more.

if there is enough interest I may distribute it.

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March 17, 2014, 12:45:48 PM
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I developped a small CLI script in ruby doing just that with the blockchain.info API.
You can check it out here on github.

I hope this helps.

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March 17, 2014, 09:11:20 PM
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I developped a small CLI script in ruby doing just that with the blockchain.info API.
You can check it out here on github.

I hope this helps.

thanks...how would i look without revealing my ip....12p or something?

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March 17, 2014, 09:27:04 PM
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I developped a small CLI script in ruby doing just that with the blockchain.info API.
You can check it out here on github.

I hope this helps.

thanks...how would i look without revealing my ip....12p or something?
Why are you so afraid of revealing your IP(as it pertains to BC.i)? Chances are you visited Blockchain.INFO long before you started to want to hide your IP.

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March 18, 2014, 08:37:26 AM
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I developped a small CLI script in ruby doing just that with the blockchain.info API.
You can check it out here on github.

I hope this helps.

thanks...how would i look without revealing my ip....12p or something?
Why are you so afraid of revealing your IP(as it pertains to BC.i)? Chances are you visited Blockchain.INFO long before you started to want to hide your IP.

i was watching a youtube video on local blockchain usage and they recommended a benefit was the blockchain.info or any hosted chain could collect and thus match ownership to IP's, vis traffic analysis if you keep looking at say the same address it become mroeo fa certiantity the owner is sat on that IP. It does not matter if I have visted blochaine ans the very small amount of BTC I had has all been moved on to knew keys I have not looked at.

specifically this video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UImXoukuF5Y

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March 18, 2014, 01:26:03 PM
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I developped a small CLI script in ruby doing just that with the blockchain.info API.
You can check it out here on github.

I hope this helps.

thanks...how would i look without revealing my ip....12p or something?
Why are you so afraid of revealing your IP(as it pertains to BC.i)? Chances are you visited Blockchain.INFO long before you started to want to hide your IP.

i was watching a youtube video on local blockchain usage and they recommended a benefit was the blockchain.info or any hosted chain could collect and thus match ownership to IP's, vis traffic analysis if you keep looking at say the same address it become mroeo fa certiantity the owner is sat on that IP. It does not matter if I have visted blochaine ans the very small amount of BTC I had has all been moved on to knew keys I have not looked at.

specifically this video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UImXoukuF5Y

Yeah, I wouldn't be surprised if blockchain.info & blockr.io have both mapped my addresses to my IP, pretty obvious when it occurs.

1. Visit from my IP to an empty address
2. One minute, address gets funded some cash.

Not too hard to match those two together, issue is, I see no major issue in that, if you're really that scared, either run a full node (and use listunspent) that won't reveal your IP address as there's no difference between an owner and a relay for receiving money, here's the difference:-

Relay:-
1. Get TXID
2. Validate TXID
3. Send TXID

Owner:-
1. Get TXID
2. Validate TXID
3. Run any notification/functions, such as telling the user or running a script, updating databases, etc...
4. Send TXID

(Obviously that's overly simplified), so, anyone looking in, on both, just sees:-

1. Get TXID
2. Send TXID

Not all that much info there. As for using an API, try using something like tor, but, even then, your IP is public info (as tor has to publicize your IP in order to relay people through you, assuming you're a relay, if you're not, you're still communicating with people on tor and thus they have your IP).

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March 18, 2014, 09:50:24 PM
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does tor encrypt my data though until exit node or something???

what about i2p?

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March 18, 2014, 09:59:01 PM
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Perhaps flatfly's chainsnort? Last I checked it had an RPC version that doesn't leak anything (able to connect to local bitcoind daemon).
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March 18, 2014, 10:16:58 PM
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does tor encrypt my data though until exit node or something???

what about i2p?

Yes, data to first node is encrypted, data from first node to second node is encrypted on top of data from you to second node is encrypted, data from second node to third node is encrypted on top of data from you to the third node, then, everything from there on isn't encrypted (unless using application layer encryption, such as HTTPS).

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March 19, 2014, 02:05:58 AM
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does tor encrypt my data though until exit node or something???

what about i2p?

Yes, data to first node is encrypted, data from first node to second node is encrypted on top of data from you to second node is encrypted, data from second node to third node is encrypted on top of data from you to the third node, then, everything from there on isn't encrypted (unless using application layer encryption, such as HTTPS).

so [on tor] then they would know where I am looking...but not what I am looking at it that correct or what the responses were..

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March 19, 2014, 02:34:54 AM
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You can do this with bitcoind using (experimental) support for watchonly wallets.

The only branch I know of that properly functions right now is sipa's watchonly branch:

https://github.com/sipa/bitcoin/tree/watchonly

You're looking for the importaddress command.

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March 31, 2014, 01:28:15 PM
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how can an adress have a negative Balance?

https://blockchain.info/tr/address/1N2f642sbgCMbNtXFajz9XDACDFnFzdXzV
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It's a bug with blockchain.info.

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bump

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April 01, 2014, 10:40:31 PM
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btcd does this with their websocket extensions; https://github.com/conformal/btcws

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btcd does this with their websocket extensions; https://github.com/conformal/btcws

how does that work?

can you get ltc and ppc

is is a sort of interface that can be put in a web site do you have an example?

it looks like a modified node is still required to be run, my propsal involves no running of a node

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We've built something that does this for about 80 different coins and you can vote (for free) for other coins to be added.

We do not store any private key data.

We would add all the coins, but the alt-coins are just coming out way too fast.

If you're storing coins on any of 10 major exchanges (Cryptsy, BTC-e, Coins-E, etc), we'll add those in to the balance as well.  We just need a read-only API key.

If you're mining, we'll also connect to the API of the most common MPOS type pools and track the confirmed/unconfirmed balances, and show you your hash rate.

Then, if you want to filter it, you can look at it by coin, by address, or by location (exchange, blockchain, mining pool, etc).  We'll sum up everything on the blockchains, or at exchanges so you can see what you're third-party exposure looks like.

You can set notifications if your total balance goes up/down by X% or by a fixed $USD amount.  Or, you can specify when just one coin like DOGE or IFC goes up by X%.

We always require a SSL connection to our site to prevent snooping by whomever.

Take a look:
https://CoinCPA.com

There's also some screeshots here on Coinbase's Apps:
https://coinbase.com/apps/5339eac5da84696e7600003f

And, we have an API if you want to build on top of CoinCPA.

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We've built something that does this for about 80 different coins and you can vote (for free) for other coins to be added.

We do not store any private key data.

We would add all the coins, but the alt-coins are just coming out way too fast.

If you're storing coins on any of 10 major exchanges (Cryptsy, BTC-e, Coins-E, etc), we'll add those in to the balance as well.  We just need a read-only API key.

If you're mining, we'll also connect to the API of the most common MPOS type pools and track the confirmed/unconfirmed balances, and show you your hash rate.

Then, if you want to filter it, you can look at it by coin, by address, or by location (exchange, blockchain, mining pool, etc).  We'll sum up everything on the blockchains, or at exchanges so you can see what you're third-party exposure looks like.

You can set notifications if your total balance goes up/down by X% or by a fixed $USD amount.  Or, you can specify when just one coin like DOGE or IFC goes up by X%.



We always require a SSL connection to our site to prevent snooping by whomever.

Take a look:
https://CoinCPA.com

There's also some screeshots here on Coinbase's Apps:
https://coinbase.com/apps/5339eac5da84696e7600003f

And, we have an API if you want to build on top of CoinCPA.

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So your service, the image is not clear, can I just put address in, store them locally and pull out the data, from the chains do I have to pay for you api to do this???

What I am after and propose is I never send and address or wallet or anything to any third party that I have to sign up for.

Also I want to be able to use tor to look, so that it makes it hard to see if I send something

nor do I want to have to run a local node

so API calls through Tor to no singing service....

It seems your service requires payment, sign up and then use

is this right???



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bump

software ready. see first post

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