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June 27, 2018, 10:45:46 PM
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(sorry to keep going off-topic on I0coin)

But, my theory is this:

Someone is doing testing or has deployed, or is in the process of deploying, a large amount of ASIC using covert asic BOOST. Reasons being:

1.  Sudden large increase of hash power and diff on Bitcoin and Merged-mined BTC coins

2. Empty/small size blocks

- Empty blocks being added to BTC's chain
- Small block sizes
 
Mining empty blocks and small blocks are clues that covert asic boost is in use. Covert asic boost

"Miners must look for one collision of 4 bytes, which is 32 bits — so this collision is one of 232 hashing attempts. We take the square root this due to the birthday paradox to arrive at a  n approximate expected total of 65,536 attempts.

Each attempt may require changing the extra nonce to generate a new Merkle root hash.  However, due to the structure of the Merkle tree, this would require even more additional hashing. If we change the extra nonce, a new is hash is required for each row of the Merkle tree. For a large Bitcoin block with perhaps 10 or more rows, this is a lot of extra work and  is an inefficient process.

The following methodologies may make this process more efficient:

Option 1 is to produce empty or smaller blocks. This simply reduces the size of the Merkle tree and therefore requires fewer hashing operations to generate a different Merkle root hash. The extra nonce can therefore vary in the normal way to produce more Merkle root hashes."

- A few other options to make the process more efficient.

Each option, however, can have an undesirable effect on your operations if not done correctly, which brings me to:

3. Skewed transaction time stamps.

- We are seeing a large # of blocks containing (received) time stamps that are way out out whack. I can think of many reasons this would happen:

   - Huge hash increase on local network overloading systems (self inflicted DDoS). Think of a computer processor and system like a highway. Sudden increase of massive amounts of data clogs
     things up. Quite simply, if there are any constraints placed upon the call to/from the clock register, there will be time corruption.  
   - Buggy or flawed/low quality chip design
   - Sudden temperature changes
   - Environmental issues causing frequency changes
   - Power supplies that are not clean/stable
   - Packet storms and overloaded network resulting in timing update issues
If current UNIX time is 1530041671 (06/26/2018 @ 7:34pm utc), and system issues result in time being updated or read as say, 1030041671 (one bit off), we see transaction received time set to 12/04/2002 @ 10:41pm UTC

China is supposed putting an end to crypto miners in China. Complete BS obviously.. Seems like they are ramping things up instead.


That is some great analysis and really helps me picture some of what is happening here.  Let me ask you though - with all of your facts on mining and such not being my wheelhouse - who can factually prove that Bitcoin (BTC) is directly minting its own new coins?  By producing a block reward from mining BTC directly?

Are you saying the blocks generated from merge mining are abnormal?
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June 27, 2018, 11:16:32 PM
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Are you saying the blocks generated from merge mining are abnormal?


I believe he’s saying that BTC isn’t being directly mined, but rather thru I0 and via DVC.

Kinda hard to argue with the hard facts he’s put up. 

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June 28, 2018, 03:35:18 AM
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(sorry to keep going off-topic on I0coin)

But, my theory is this:

Someone is doing testing or has deployed, or is in the process of deploying, a large amount of ASIC using covert asic BOOST. Reasons being:

1.  Sudden large increase of hash power and diff on Bitcoin and Merged-mined BTC coins

2. Empty/small size blocks

- Empty blocks being added to BTC's chain
- Small block sizes
 
Mining empty blocks and small blocks are clues that covert asic boost is in use. Covert asic boost

"Miners must look for one collision of 4 bytes, which is 32 bits — so this collision is one of 232 hashing attempts. We take the square root this due to the birthday paradox to arrive at a  n approximate expected total of 65,536 attempts.

Each attempt may require changing the extra nonce to generate a new Merkle root hash.  However, due to the structure of the Merkle tree, this would require even more additional hashing. If we change the extra nonce, a new is hash is required for each row of the Merkle tree. For a large Bitcoin block with perhaps 10 or more rows, this is a lot of extra work and  is an inefficient process.

The following methodologies may make this process more efficient:

Option 1 is to produce empty or smaller blocks. This simply reduces the size of the Merkle tree and therefore requires fewer hashing operations to generate a different Merkle root hash. The extra nonce can therefore vary in the normal way to produce more Merkle root hashes."

- A few other options to make the process more efficient.

Each option, however, can have an undesirable effect on your operations if not done correctly, which brings me to:

3. Skewed transaction time stamps.

- We are seeing a large # of blocks containing (received) time stamps that are way out out whack. I can think of many reasons this would happen:

   - Huge hash increase on local network overloading systems (self inflicted DDoS). Think of a computer processor and system like a highway. Sudden increase of massive amounts of data clogs
     things up. Quite simply, if there are any constraints placed upon the call to/from the clock register, there will be time corruption.  
   - Buggy or flawed/low quality chip design
   - Sudden temperature changes
   - Environmental issues causing frequency changes
   - Power supplies that are not clean/stable
   - Packet storms and overloaded network resulting in timing update issues
If current UNIX time is 1530041671 (06/26/2018 @ 7:34pm utc), and system issues result in time being updated or read as say, 1030041671 (one bit off), we see transaction received time set to 12/04/2002 @ 10:41pm UTC

China is supposed putting an end to crypto miners in China. Complete BS obviously.. Seems like they are ramping things up instead.


That is some great analysis and really helps me picture some of what is happening here.  Let me ask you though - with all of your facts on mining and such not being my wheelhouse - who can factually prove that Bitcoin (BTC) is directly minting its own new coins?  By producing a block reward from mining BTC directly?

Are you saying the blocks generated from merge mining are abnormal?


I'm saving that Devcoins should not be 1:1 with BTC...

I0C + DVC + IXC

https://btczero.org
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June 28, 2018, 04:05:36 AM
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Treccia I read in your article about the possibility of the BTC not reorganize properly, what would happen? NLX plans the testnet with zeroprotocol in Q3, which started exactly in 3 days... After that, what else is missing? Will ETC start operations on coinbase and wall street arrive?
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June 28, 2018, 03:35:55 PM
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Treccia I read in your article about the possibility of the BTC not reorganize properly, what would happen? NLX plans the testnet with zeroprotocol in Q3, which started exactly in 3 days... After that, what else is missing? Will ETC start operations on coinbase and wall street arrive?

I don't know if you're alluding to state reorganization but my main point is everything will lead to that.  After reorganization things will be fully functioning and code will be correctly encoded and decoded in a way that smoothly functions for future use of the blockchain.

I0C + DVC + IXC

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June 28, 2018, 03:49:36 PM
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This is the best coin out there.  21 M, directly tied to Bitcoin the ledger...  Is mined, when Bitcoin the ledger, is not.

Combined with IXC = 42 million and 99.99% minted.

Secure, stable, and about to explode.

Only SSL patched crypto that would be compliant with new PCI DSS v 3.2.1 making it the only crypto allowed to be a Bitcoin Visa Debit Card.  Would make instant adoption possible through anywhere Visa, MC, AmEx, Discover are accepted.

How can it be any clearer?  Vlad, am I making sense?

I0C + DVC + IXC

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June 28, 2018, 05:51:17 PM
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This is the best coin out there.  21 M, directly tied to Bitcoin the ledger...  Is mined, when Bitcoin the ledger, is not.

Combined with IXC = 42 million and 99.99% minted.

Secure, stable, and about to explode.

Only SSL patched crypto that would be compliant with new PCI DSS v 3.2.1 making it the only crypto allowed to be a Bitcoin Visa Debit Card.  Would make instant adoption possible through anywhere Visa, MC, AmEx, Discover are accepted.

How can it be any clearer?  Vlad, am I making sense?

Crystal clear to my ears.  Post deserving of 7 merit points.  7 is a good number.  Smiley

Hopefully the rumors are true and we’ll get the truth by Saturday. 

iXcoin - Welcome to the F U T U R E!
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June 28, 2018, 08:13:33 PM
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This is the best coin out there.  21 M, directly tied to Bitcoin the ledger...  Is mined, when Bitcoin the ledger, is not.

Combined with IXC = 42 million and 99.99% minted.

Secure, stable, and about to explode.

Only SSL patched crypto that would be compliant with new PCI DSS v 3.2.1 making it the only crypto allowed to be a Bitcoin Visa Debit Card.  Would make instant adoption possible through anywhere Visa, MC, AmEx, Discover are accepted.

How can it be any clearer?  Vlad, am I making sense?

Crystal clear to my ears.  Post deserving of 7 merit points.  7 is a good number.  Smiley

Hopefully the rumors are true and we’ll get the truth by Saturday. 

Saturday being the 7th day of the week? Wink

I0C + DVC + IXC

https://btczero.org
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June 28, 2018, 10:16:41 PM
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This is the best coin out there.  21 M, directly tied to Bitcoin the ledger...  Is mined, when Bitcoin the ledger, is not.

Combined with IXC = 42 million and 99.99% minted.

Secure, stable, and about to explode.

Only SSL patched crypto that would be compliant with new PCI DSS v 3.2.1 making it the only crypto allowed to be a Bitcoin Visa Debit Card.  Would make instant adoption possible through anywhere Visa, MC, AmEx, Discover are accepted.

How can it be any clearer?  Vlad, am I making sense?

Crystal clear to my ears.  Post deserving of 7 merit points.  7 is a good number.  Smiley

Hopefully the rumors are true and we’ll get the truth by Saturday. 

Saturday being the 7th day of the week? Wink

Oh, I didn’t even think of that, the numbers are so right for Saturday.  Smiley

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June 28, 2018, 10:23:08 PM
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This is the best coin out there.  21 M, directly tied to Bitcoin the ledger...  Is mined, when Bitcoin the ledger, is not.

Combined with IXC = 42 million and 99.99% minted.

Secure, stable, and about to explode.

Only SSL patched crypto that would be compliant with new PCI DSS v 3.2.1 making it the only crypto allowed to be a Bitcoin Visa Debit Card.  Would make instant adoption possible through anywhere Visa, MC, AmEx, Discover are accepted.

How can it be any clearer?  Vlad, am I making sense?

Crystal clear to my ears.  Post deserving of 7 merit points.  7 is a good number.  Smiley

Hopefully the rumors are true and we’ll get the truth by Saturday. 

Saturday being the 7th day of the week? Wink

Lukedashjr would disagree.Sunday is the 7th day of the week  Wink
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June 28, 2018, 10:32:12 PM
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Lukedashjr would disagree.Sunday is the 7th day of the week  Wink

Haha, you just had to, didn’t you? 

It’s a pretty easy to prove historical fact that Saturday is the 7th day.

You can choose to worship on any day but that doesn’t change that simple fact.  Smiley

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June 29, 2018, 05:58:12 AM
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Lukedashjr would disagree.Sunday is the 7th day of the week  Wink

Haha, you just had to, didn’t you?  

It’s a pretty easy to prove historical fact that Saturday is the 7th day.

You can choose to worship on any day but that doesn’t change that simple fact.  Smiley

Love the topic and mystery of these index coins and btc origins...
Thanks for your persistence in your medium articles Dan ...lots to digest...

Not sure where else to ask so I'll throw it inline here...

Looking to get what I bought off exchanges before reorganization.

I downloaded i0coin wallet and the full blockchain but cannot find the data folder to insert blockchain on my Win10.
Anybody now where the data folder would be? The unzipped folder shows 4 i0coin applications; -cli, d, -qt and -tx...
Also is there a blockchain download for the ixcoin wallet or should I just use Coinami for now until synced?
  
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June 29, 2018, 07:10:24 AM
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Lukedashjr would disagree.Sunday is the 7th day of the week  Wink

Haha, you just had to, didn’t you?  

It’s a pretty easy to prove historical fact that Saturday is the 7th day.

You can choose to worship on any day but that doesn’t change that simple fact.  Smiley

Love the topic and mystery of these index coins and btc origins...
Thanks for your persistence in your medium articles Dan ...lots to digest...

Not sure where else to ask so I'll throw it inline here...

Looking to get what I bought off exchanges before reorganization.

I downloaded i0coin wallet and the full blockchain but cannot find the data folder to insert blockchain on my Win10.
Anybody now where the data folder would be? The unzipped folder shows 4 i0coin applications; -cli, d, -qt and -tx...
Also is there a blockchain download for the ixcoin wallet or should I just use Coinami for now until synced?
Yes, I just met this I0coin and all that mystery about it! Will all these facts presented will definitely happen? Why more than 7 years for all this? Anyway I'll buy some I0C so as not to miss any train, people doubted the BTC and then we all know what happened.
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June 29, 2018, 08:36:08 AM
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This is the best coin out there.  21 M, directly tied to Bitcoin the ledger...  Is mined, when Bitcoin the ledger, is not.

Combined with IXC = 42 million and 99.99% minted.

Secure, stable, and about to explode.

Only SSL patched crypto that would be compliant with new PCI DSS v 3.2.1 making it the only crypto allowed to be a Bitcoin Visa Debit Card.  Would make instant adoption possible through anywhere Visa, MC, AmEx, Discover are accepted.

How can it be any clearer?  Vlad, am I making sense?

Crystal clear to my ears.  Post deserving of 7 merit points.  7 is a good number.  Smiley

Hopefully the rumors are true and we’ll get the truth by Saturday. 

Saturday being the 7th day of the week? Wink

Lukedashjr would disagree.Sunday is the 7th day of the week  Wink

My Saturday is RV's Sunday.  Wink

https://medium.com/@danieltreccia/bitmark-zuckerberg-5344282235d1

D-Day: June 30, 2018.

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June 29, 2018, 08:51:01 AM
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Lukedashjr would disagree.Sunday is the 7th day of the week  Wink

Haha, you just had to, didn’t you?  

It’s a pretty easy to prove historical fact that Saturday is the 7th day.

You can choose to worship on any day but that doesn’t change that simple fact.  Smiley

Love the topic and mystery of these index coins and btc origins...
Thanks for your persistence in your medium articles Dan ...lots to digest...

Not sure where else to ask so I'll throw it inline here...

Looking to get what I bought off exchanges before reorganization.

I downloaded i0coin wallet and the full blockchain but cannot find the data folder to insert blockchain on my Win10.
Anybody now where the data folder would be? The unzipped folder shows 4 i0coin applications; -cli, d, -qt and -tx...
Also is there a blockchain download for the ixcoin wallet or should I just use Coinami for now until synced?
  


Do you need to put this in a wallet to take advantage of the potential upside? Or is it okay if I leave it on cryptopia?
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June 29, 2018, 11:58:29 AM
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Lukedashjr would disagree.Sunday is the 7th day of the week  Wink

Haha, you just had to, didn’t you?  

It’s a pretty easy to prove historical fact that Saturday is the 7th day.

You can choose to worship on any day but that doesn’t change that simple fact.  Smiley

Love the topic and mystery of these index coins and btc origins...
Thanks for your persistence in your medium articles Dan ...lots to digest...

Not sure where else to ask so I'll throw it inline here...

Looking to get what I bought off exchanges before reorganization.

I downloaded i0coin wallet and the full blockchain but cannot find the data folder to insert blockchain on my Win10.
Anybody now where the data folder would be? The unzipped folder shows 4 i0coin applications; -cli, d, -qt and -tx...
Also is there a blockchain download for the ixcoin wallet or should I just use Coinami for now until synced?
Yes, I just met this I0coin and all that mystery about it! Will all these facts presented will definitely happen? Why more than 7 years for all this? Anyway I'll buy some I0C so as not to miss any train, people doubted the BTC and then we all know what happened.

7 is a good number.  Love that number.   Grin

And everything [internet 2.0] had to be ready.

And finally, 7 years of ultra cheap coins and easy access to mine and purchase for mass fair distribution.

Time is up, I hope as many people as possible listened! 

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June 29, 2018, 11:59:57 AM
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Lukedashjr would disagree.Sunday is the 7th day of the week  Wink

Haha, you just had to, didn’t you?  

It’s a pretty easy to prove historical fact that Saturday is the 7th day.

You can choose to worship on any day but that doesn’t change that simple fact.  Smiley

Love the topic and mystery of these index coins and btc origins...
Thanks for your persistence in your medium articles Dan ...lots to digest...

Not sure where else to ask so I'll throw it inline here...

Looking to get what I bought off exchanges before reorganization.

I downloaded i0coin wallet and the full blockchain but cannot find the data folder to insert blockchain on my Win10.
Anybody now where the data folder would be? The unzipped folder shows 4 i0coin applications; -cli, d, -qt and -tx...
Also is there a blockchain download for the ixcoin wallet or should I just use Coinami for now until synced?
  


Do you need to put this in a wallet to take advantage of the potential upside? Or is it okay if I leave it on cryptopia?

Holding your own private keys is the best way.  That means cold storage.  Sadly I0 isn’t on Coinomi yet. 

iXcoin - Welcome to the F U T U R E!
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June 29, 2018, 02:01:48 PM
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Looks like there are not many coins on cryptopia.

One thing that is really strange is the small sellorders. this does not feel right.

Any remarks on that?
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June 29, 2018, 02:52:50 PM
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clearly scam
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June 30, 2018, 01:36:02 AM
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So, does Core BTC have more than 21 hours to try to fit into what the big financial industry demands to have security in transactions and dealings with the cards? Basically it's impossible or else, someone has been working on it, I don't have technical training in the area, in other words, I0C is the sovereign! Will anyone assume that I0C is the index of all cryptocurrencies?
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