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August 10, 2014, 01:39:15 AM
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Bought a few btc worth at 570k..not worried at all





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August 10, 2014, 02:15:52 AM
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Bought a few btc worth at 570k..not worried at all

We'll be seeing .01 within a month. You are right not to worry  Wink
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August 10, 2014, 02:31:45 AM
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Update!

I'd like to give everyone an update on the status of non-tech related progress of BTCD.  For the past, week, we've been in our little caves hard at work:)  

1) New logo and new look--we've been busy this past week re-branding BitcoinDark to reflect the tech that Jame's is working on.  We'll now have a unified Brand image to use when promotion begins.  I hope to share it with you guys in a few hours, if we can get it polished up by then.

2) New website---In conjunction with the new brand image, a new website is currently in the works.  The layout of the new site will be much simpler and I believe it will rival any other coin in terms of look and wow factor.  Think something along the lines of the bitsharesx site.

3) New Official Multi-pool---I understand many have been having issues with the current multi-pools.  IceColdTommy/xPooky has been hard at work on a new multi-pool, and by all testing accounts, it will be much more profitable and reliable.  A percentage of fee's generated from the multi-pool will also help to fund Core Dev.

4) PR / Promotion---I've engaged BitcoinPRbuzz to help us ramp up the marketing efforts.  They'll be starting an aggressive 30 day promotional campaign for BTCD this week, which will include 3 professional PR's to be distributed to thousands of Media outlets.  I know many have been wondering why we hadn't started professional promotion earlier, but to be honest, we just weren't ready yet.


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August 10, 2014, 02:34:05 AM
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network weight is alltime high 220000+
at least the highest I've seen it and about 50% higher than a few days ago
It seems that a lot of the recent buyers bought to stake!

I solved a pesky issue that was bugging me and this had a bit of a cascade effect to make sure the changes went everywhere needed. Basically, to authenticate that you are the one sending the encrypted packets I tokenize the message before encrypting, but this requires an acct passphrase. Not a problem for most things as almost all the commands are from user initiated actions, such as filling a form on the GUI. But needing to keep cutting and pasting a passphrase all the time is just asking for trouble, as one mistake and it ends up where people can see it.

This also relates to keeping the telepods you are storing safe from prying eyes. I expect that people will be making copies of telepods, so it is quite important to encrypt them as we cant assume it will always be in a safe environment. So, what to encrypt it with?

Remember when I posted how to automatically link a BTCD address with a NXT address? Turns out that neat trick solves this one too! I now support a "pubaddr" field in the jl777.conf file for each coin. So in the BTCD JSON, just put the BTCD address you use for other people to send you stuff. Remember, they might send BTCD or BTC or almost anything else and they can send to your published BTCD address. Kind of unexpected, but it is like the BTCD address is your post office box and the telepods are parcels that are being delivered to it. So, no need to limit BTCD address to receive BTCD telepods.

I will use this address to automatically generate a linked NXT address and even BTC address so you will have three public address that all point to the same post office box.

Now, before you start teleporting you do need to unlock your wallet, but just make it unlocked for the time needed to complete the teleports and we automatically get a reasonable mechanism to keep your telepods and passwords safe. You still need to really be careful with your BTCD wallet password! All the other passwords are compromised if that one is compromised.

Use the backup wallet anytime you get new telepods and make sure to keep a copy on USB and also a separate computer. The actual wallet password is something you should never be able to forget, yet be hard for others to guess. Standard password security and using this method of automatically linking the other addresses to the BTCD wallet, there is no additional vulnerabilities created.

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August 10, 2014, 02:48:16 AM
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and if anyone wants to join the BitcoinDark Promo Trello, or choose any of the displayed category... https://trello.com/b/BPl2YkZV/bitcoindark-promo

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August 10, 2014, 03:04:29 AM
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Speaking of encrypting the telepods, we have a rather large choice of methods to use:

aes
blowfish
xtea
rc5
rc6
saferp
twofish
safer_k64
safer_sk64
safer_k128
safer_sk128
rc2
des
des3
cast5
noekeon
skipjack
khazad
anubis

That's 19 possible ways to encrypt and that's only if we use one level of encryption. I dont know the details of all these encryptions to figure out which one is best to use for telepods. If anybody has insight into this, I'd appreciate any feedback

I could allow the exact encryption method and sequence to be encoded in the .conf file, this way it is totally flexible so we can always test it with various .conf files to see which ones have the best results, or maybe they will all be pretty much the same?

Offhand, I think JSON like this:

"ciphers":[{"skipjack":"RMhMMyuJcJFw2kdxuqTyZnkZ8ZYxvKTtAp"},{"aes":"RFN1LKmcmC2kywNK5MHt4eqzg4QEGoapTy"},{"blowfish":"REiBxsAkDJodK4L4NaDfMZQntkC3difwfA"}]

You can add more that three, or just have one. I just picked three telepod addresses I already generated as the second part of each JSON field. Each address -> privatekey and that will be used to seed the cipher. For accounts without a "ciphers" field would just default to one level using the default public address for seed and one of the above 19 I pick at random.

Now, using this method means that in addition to your BTCD wallet password the exact sequence of the ciphers/addresses is REQUIRED to decrypt your telepods. That means if you ever lose this sequence, the telepods are lost!
I cannot stress this enough. Nobody will be able to decrypt the telepods if the cipher sequence is not known. So if you do use this, I highly recommend that you come up with some sort of mneumonic that is easy to remember so you can recreate the cipher sequence and then also label the addresses used in a way that you can recognize the sequence, but somehow other people wont.

I realize, arbitrarily nested encryption sequences might be a bit of overkill, but I am designing Teleport system to keep it safe from attackers and to be generational. If you do put significant wealth into telepods, then I would suggest to:

dumpprivkey <address>

This will spit out a bunch of letters and numbers. This is the privatekey!! Be VERY careful as this like like the key that opens the telepods. So, make a file (do not save it) with the cipher, address and the privkey, one to each line. and then take a picture of it. Make a printout in a secure place, eg. your own printer and store both the removable media the pic was saved and the printout in a safe deposit box or some physical location that you are comfortable having the keys to all those telepods in.

Dont save this file, so it never goes on your HDD. Also make sure you have no key loggers or spyware, etc. Maybe doing this on some old laptop you buy just for doing this. reformat HDD, install fresh OS and get a copy of the BTCD wallet.dat. Dont ever need to go online with this offline laptop. Better to use some sort of Ubuntu desktop instead of Windows, but with care, even Windows should be OK if you are installing a trusted copy and never go online.

James

P.S. I am writing in such detail so that someone can go through these posts to make user manual


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August 10, 2014, 03:12:09 AM
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does somebody know how to make a poll?
maybe we can vote on which of the 19 ciphers to use for the default method
community determined encryption method. I think that could be a first

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does somebody know how to make a poll?
maybe we can vote on which of the 19 ciphers to use for the default method
community determined encryption method. I think that could be a first

James

I think only the OP can do it.





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August 10, 2014, 03:51:23 AM
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does somebody know how to make a poll?
maybe we can vote on which of the 19 ciphers to use for the default method
community determined encryption method. I think that could be a first

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I think only the OP can do it.

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Can this thing reach 500,000 Satoshi?  Wow!!!

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Can this thing reach 500,000 Satoshi?  Wow!!!

it was nearly at 600k yesterday Smiley





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Last edit: August 10, 2014, 05:35:12 AM by jl777
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OK, got the JSON parsing of the "ciphers" field added to jl777.conf and while I was at it, I got all the encryption/decryption functions added to the codebase, along with initializing them and getting all the functions needed to process them in realtime. turns out I also needed sha256, but I will need that for other things too, so it is good it is integrated into the new codebase. I also added rmd160 as that is used for bitcoin encryption

I still have the actual encryption/decryption loop to do, but with all the parsing done and all the ciphers accessible, I will save that task for when I am too tired to do anything too difficult.

Add another 1000 lines to the code size and that's just the code I had to push through the automated context customizer. The actual cipher codes and data tables are probably around 20,000 more lines! I am not calling any system libraries, so all the code that is needed is right there in case there is ever an issue to be investigated, I can always start debugging from the source.

I didnt plan to get all this fancy user configurable cipher sequences in, but it had to be done before production release so just shuffling the order of getting stuff done. My guess is no other crypto allows the user to customize how their files are encrypted this way. Also noteworthy is that the way things are setup, even though all public addresses go to the same "post office box", each one will end up with a customizable "ciphers" field. This just makes me realize I need a field in the telepod filename to tell what coin's public address it received from, otherwise I would have to try all the various possibilities and that seems pretty inefficient

James

having multiple ciphers sequences complicated things a bit, I think for initial release only 1 ciphers sequence will be supported, but there should be no reason (other than debug time) that we cant have multiple cipher sequences

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August 10, 2014, 05:13:13 AM
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Any idea when http://btcd.xpool.ca/ will be back up?  Im currently still able to mine, but cant access the page.

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August 10, 2014, 05:31:27 AM
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Don't use plain old DES.  It is not safe.

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August 10, 2014, 05:36:20 AM
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Don't use plain old DES.  It is not safe.
Thanks!
I will delete it from the possible list of ciphers, any others that have been cracked?

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August 10, 2014, 05:41:04 AM
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I remember when the EFF made Deep Crack in '99, but I haven't kept up with the state of cryptography since then.  I'm no expert.  

With that said, my naive recommendation is to use AES.

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August 10, 2014, 06:03:13 AM
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Hope everyone enjoys the new look!






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August 10, 2014, 06:11:12 AM
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Nobody cares what you think  Kiss about buying bitcoindark, its a decent coin
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August 10, 2014, 06:14:55 AM
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design is better, perhaps change the case from BITCOINDARK to BitcoinDARK.

the buys vs sells in the order book are amazing, almost no one is selling.

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August 10, 2014, 06:40:39 AM
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Hope everyone enjoys the new look!







I like the way it conveys "bitcoin" in dark
Not sure about upper lower case, but the important thing is to convey that BTCD makes bitcoin itself dark
people will assume (correctly) that BTCD itself is dark, but most will be surprised that BTCD makes Bitcoin Dark

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