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September 25, 2014, 04:44:21 PM
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Is there a way to just block Laxo Trade transactions? this is annoying.

nope and there's no way to block them just ignore them and they will get confirmed some time.
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September 25, 2014, 05:20:16 PM
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It is very similar to the system we know from receiving ordinary mail. If someone knows your address then can they send you a letter, no mater if you like it or not. If I knew your home address, then could I send you a letter and you would not be able to prevent me for doing so...


Aha... good point, never thought of it that way before.

OTOH with snail-mail you DO have the option to write "Moved No Forwarding Address Return To Sender" on the unopened envelope and drop it back into the mail... LOL.   Maybe bitcoin could have something similar.

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September 25, 2014, 05:27:54 PM
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Is there a way to just block Laxo Trade transactions? this is annoying.

No.

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September 25, 2014, 05:32:59 PM
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It is very similar to the system we know from receiving ordinary mail. If someone knows your address then can they send you a letter, no mater if you like it or not. If I knew your home address, then could I send you a letter and you would not be able to prevent me for doing so...


Aha... good point, never thought of it that way before.

OTOH with snail-mail you DO have the option to write "Moved No Forwarding Address Return To Sender" on the unopened envelope and drop it back into the mail... LOL.   Maybe bitcoin could have something similar.

It would definitely be a nice feature to be able auto send input from certain addy back to its origin (I do not have an overview how it should be implemented, but the transaction should be free from tx fee), it would require that your wallet is online and open though. Nevertheless, I just expect that the spam company will start shuffling the addys, then would you not be able to predict what addy to enable "auto-return" for.

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September 25, 2014, 05:54:47 PM
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Is there a way to just block Laxo Trade transactions? this is annoying.

None that I've ever been figure out. I'm hoping Laxo Trade and blockchain-spammers like that one will just run out of Bitcoin eventually.
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September 25, 2014, 06:51:59 PM
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I'm not complaining about laxotrade's free mBTC

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September 25, 2014, 07:41:25 PM
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Is there a way to just block Laxo Trade transactions? this is annoying.

No.


Change BTC address and don't let them discover your address again?
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September 25, 2014, 08:24:53 PM
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Change BTC address and don't let them discover your address again?


No... as I said above, apparently what they're doing is "screen scraping" valid bitcoin addresses AS they FLOW thru the BLOCKCHAIN.

So USING an address in any way makes it catchable by these idiots.

I have had single-use disposable addresses (on casino website, for example) that have shown up .00000001 immediately after ONE transaction has gone thru it.

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September 26, 2014, 12:22:58 PM
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Change BTC address and don't let them discover your address again?


No... as I said above, apparently what they're doing is "screen scraping" valid bitcoin addresses AS they FLOW thru the BLOCKCHAIN.

So USING an address in any way makes it catchable by these idiots.

I have had single-use disposable addresses (on casino website, for example) that have shown up .00000001 immediately after ONE transaction has gone thru it.

I can confirm this. I've changed my address a ton of times and they all end up recieving this misterious Laxo Trade 1 satoshi transaction. Now I only need to create 1 million addresses to achieve 1 BTC  Roll Eyes



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September 26, 2014, 12:43:49 PM
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Change BTC address and don't let them discover your address again?


No... as I said above, apparently what they're doing is "screen scraping" valid bitcoin addresses AS they FLOW thru the BLOCKCHAIN.

So USING an address in any way makes it catchable by these idiots.

I have had single-use disposable addresses (on casino website, for example) that have shown up .00000001 immediately after ONE transaction has gone thru it.

I can confirm this. I've changed my address a ton of times and they all end up recieving this misterious Laxo Trade 1 satoshi transaction. Now I only need to create 1 million addresses to achieve 1 BTC  Roll Eyes

Actually, you will need to create 100 Million addresses to achieve your free bitcoin.

Cryptography is one of the few things you can truly trust.
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September 26, 2014, 12:46:01 PM
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Change BTC address and don't let them discover your address again?


No... as I said above, apparently what they're doing is "screen scraping" valid bitcoin addresses AS they FLOW thru the BLOCKCHAIN.

So USING an address in any way makes it catchable by these idiots.

I have had single-use disposable addresses (on casino website, for example) that have shown up .00000001 immediately after ONE transaction has gone thru it.

I can confirm this. I've changed my address a ton of times and they all end up recieving this misterious Laxo Trade 1 satoshi transaction. Now I only need to create 1 million addresses to achieve 1 BTC  Roll Eyes

Actually, you will need to create 100 Million addresses to achieve your free bitcoin.

Laxotrade sends 0.0001 BTC not 1 satoshi

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September 26, 2014, 01:12:00 PM
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Change BTC address and don't let them discover your address again?


No... as I said above, apparently what they're doing is "screen scraping" valid bitcoin addresses AS they FLOW thru the BLOCKCHAIN.

So USING an address in any way makes it catchable by these idiots.

I have had single-use disposable addresses (on casino website, for example) that have shown up .00000001 immediately after ONE transaction has gone thru it.

I can confirm this. I've changed my address a ton of times and they all end up recieving this misterious Laxo Trade 1 satoshi transaction. Now I only need to create 1 million addresses to achieve 1 BTC  Roll Eyes

Actually, you will need to create 100 Million addresses to achieve your free bitcoin.

Laxotrade sends 0.0001 BTC not 1 satoshi
Still, this isn't a good idea. The transactions may never be confirmed depending on the fees paid and the age of coin. It would take a lot of fees to send 1million 0.0001. Your CPU would be quite maxed out generating 1million addresses and your wallet.dat would be extremely big.














 

 

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September 26, 2014, 01:14:03 PM
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Change BTC address and don't let them discover your address again?


No... as I said above, apparently what they're doing is "screen scraping" valid bitcoin addresses AS they FLOW thru the BLOCKCHAIN.

So USING an address in any way makes it catchable by these idiots.

I have had single-use disposable addresses (on casino website, for example) that have shown up .00000001 immediately after ONE transaction has gone thru it.

I can confirm this. I've changed my address a ton of times and they all end up recieving this misterious Laxo Trade 1 satoshi transaction. Now I only need to create 1 million addresses to achieve 1 BTC  Roll Eyes

Actually, you will need to create 100 Million addresses to achieve your free bitcoin.

Laxotrade sends 0.0001 BTC not 1 satoshi
Still, this isn't a good idea. The transactions may never be confirmed depending on the fees paid and the age of coin. It would take a lot of fees to send 1million 0.0001. Your CPU would be quite maxed out generating 1million addresses and your wallet.dat would be extremely big.

That's a major flaw in the system then, wouldn't you agree?

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September 26, 2014, 01:56:49 PM
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Change BTC address and don't let them discover your address again?


No... as I said above, apparently what they're doing is "screen scraping" valid bitcoin addresses AS they FLOW thru the BLOCKCHAIN.

So USING an address in any way makes it catchable by these idiots.

I have had single-use disposable addresses (on casino website, for example) that have shown up .00000001 immediately after ONE transaction has gone thru it.

I can confirm this. I've changed my address a ton of times and they all end up recieving this misterious Laxo Trade 1 satoshi transaction. Now I only need to create 1 million addresses to achieve 1 BTC  Roll Eyes

Actually, you will need to create 100 Million addresses to achieve your free bitcoin.

Laxotrade sends 0.0001 BTC not 1 satoshi

Not always.
You may check https://blockchain.info/address/1LaxoTrQy51LnB289VmoSAgN6J6UrJbfL9, and you will see Laxo sometimes sent 1 satoshi, sometimes 1000 satoshi, sometimes 10000 satoshi and there are even a few 0.001 BTC payments.
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September 26, 2014, 02:02:12 PM
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That's a major flaw in the system then, wouldn't you agree?

To be honest, it is not a problem to me.
As long as your wallet has a coin control function, those 1-satoshi dust outputs (confirmed or unconfirmed) won't produce any problem.
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September 26, 2014, 02:40:21 PM
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Maybe I should set up a bot that creates a new address every second, and send a small amount to it so it shows up on the blockchain. Then have the bot send from that address to a new one 1 second later. Rack up a million satoshis lol
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September 26, 2014, 02:53:36 PM
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Maybe I should set up a bot that creates a new address every second, and send a small amount to it so it shows up on the blockchain. Then have the bot send from that address to a new one 1 second later. Rack up a million satoshis lol

Don't forget that you need to pay 10000 satoshi as transaction fee for each of your transactions lol. Tongue
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September 26, 2014, 02:57:06 PM
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Maybe I should set up a bot that creates a new address every second, and send a small amount to it so it shows up on the blockchain. Then have the bot send from that address to a new one 1 second later. Rack up a million satoshis lol

Don't forget that you need to pay 10000 satoshi as transaction fee for each of your transactions lol. Tongue

That's easy, just use faucets

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September 26, 2014, 02:57:18 PM
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Maybe I should set up a bot that creates a new address every second, and send a small amount to it so it shows up on the blockchain. Then have the bot send from that address to a new one 1 second later. Rack up a million satoshis lol

Don't forget that you need to pay 10000 satoshi as transaction fee for each of your transactions lol. Tongue

Well, not necessarily. But the transaction might never confirm if he does not.

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September 26, 2014, 03:19:05 PM
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I got also some of these transactions, some has confirmed and other not.
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