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October 02, 2010, 12:18:48 AM
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I think that nelisky is one of the dev-team. Smiley

A hacker by heart and trade Wink

And no, from my personal experience I never managed to break a wallet using satoshi's deploys... but then again I'm not using them all that often. I broke my own wallet, my fault, nothing to see here!
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October 02, 2010, 12:47:27 AM
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It finally happened, I have corrupted my wallet file beyond any hope. Good thing I only spare change there Smiley

Anyway, no more nelisky on the list, please! no reason sending the coins to nowhere at all. As soon as I make a little sense out of my 10+ bitcoin clients running with different wallets and versions I'll post a new address. And I'm running behind too, I owe you guys 6 payments already...

ouch!

At least you didnt lose over 9000! Cheesy
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October 02, 2010, 12:59:06 AM
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It finally happened, I have corrupted my wallet file beyond any hope. Good thing I only spare change there Smiley

Anyway, no more nelisky on the list, please! no reason sending the coins to nowhere at all. As soon as I make a little sense out of my 10+ bitcoin clients running with different wallets and versions I'll post a new address. And I'm running behind too, I owe you guys 6 payments already...

ouch!

At least you didnt lose over 9000! Cheesy

Yeah, I'm careful with the wallets I play with, but there is a very low statistical probability that I loose 9000 coins anyway... Summing all my wallets I have ~2600 Smiley
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October 02, 2010, 01:55:17 AM
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Greetings to all and hoping for future successes for bitcoin.

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October 02, 2010, 04:37:38 AM
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My bitcoin client is flooded with pif payments...the consequences will never be the same!

*has copy and paste rsi...
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October 03, 2010, 01:04:11 PM
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Please remove me from the list. I'll continue forwarding but it's too much hassle for too little gain (i.e. sending someone 0.01 BTC isn't going to make bitcoin grow much).
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October 04, 2010, 10:23:01 AM
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Please remove me from the list. I'll continue forwarding but it's too much hassle for too little gain (i.e. sending someone 0.01 BTC isn't going to make bitcoin grow much).

Yeah it needs to be automated to help with the rsi factor . Ill take you off the list.
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October 07, 2010, 04:23:28 AM
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New PIF address for Smartzkid! I finally moved bitcoin over to my server; I donated my current coins away and will start anew from here Smiley

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Could someone explain how coins can be split up? The way I understand it, each coin has its own hash. This and the P2P nature of the system mean that imposters cannot 'make' coins. However, what's to keep someone's client from saying 'hey you, i actually own 99% of that coin'?

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October 07, 2010, 06:11:05 AM
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New PIF address for Smartzkid! I finally moved bitcoin over to my server; I donated my current coins away and will start anew from here Smiley

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Could someone explain how coins can be split up? The way I understand it, each coin has its own hash. This and the P2P nature of the system mean that imposters cannot 'make' coins. However, what's to keep someone's client from saying 'hey you, i actually own 99% of that coin'?

As I understood the system, key pairs are used to identify transactions, not bitcoins.

There is no such thing as a "coin" in the information system.  Only transactions.  The owner of some value is identified by the knowlegde of the last private key of some transaction in the last block.  The amount is the amount of the transaction.
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October 07, 2010, 02:41:39 PM
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As I understood the system, key pairs are used to identify transactions, not bitcoins.

There is no such thing as a "coin" in the information system.  Only transactions.  The owner of some value is identified by the knowlegde of the last private key of some transaction in the last block.  The amount is the amount of the transaction.


Ohh, I see! Thank you, sir.

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October 14, 2010, 06:29:26 PM
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Hi I'll. I'm up for paying it forward.

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November 08, 2010, 08:17:52 PM
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OK, I want to play! 16AquDrvnJ49sUBeyR4Q4SmiLCvB6QGAMW

I don't have many BTC so far, but since the idea is to redistribute what one's received, I guess it should work. Cheesy
I wish I could even put more bitcoins into the game so that it becomes more interesting, but I have only 2.05 so far.  Embarrassed

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November 08, 2010, 08:23:26 PM
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New PIF address for Smartzkid! I finally moved bitcoin over to my server; I donated my current coins away and will start anew from here Smiley

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Could someone explain how coins can be split up? The way I understand it, each coin has its own hash. This and the P2P nature of the system mean that imposters cannot 'make' coins. However, what's to keep someone's client from saying 'hey you, i actually own 99% of that coin'?

As I understood the system, key pairs are used to identify transactions, not bitcoins.

There is no such thing as a "coin" in the information system.  Only transactions.  The owner of some value is identified by the knowlegde of the last private key of some transaction in the last block.  The amount is the amount of the transaction.


Close, but not quite.  You are correct that no actual digital coins exist, and that all balances are basicly the tallies of the transactions recorded upon a massive collective ledger that we call the blockchain.  But keypairs don't identify transactions, either; they only identify addresses (which are most like account numbers in the Swiss banking system, the only form of identification that is either neccessary or possible)  It is not neccessary for each transaction to have a unique keypair, for example, even though that is a common practice.

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November 30, 2010, 04:22:10 PM
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I am accumulating the "published bitcoin address for general donations / tips" for everyone here, at http://bitcoinaddress.com   If you would please, check your name (forum handle) on this list and verify that I have the correct address for you, for that purpose...   Please send additions/updates/corrections to me via PM here.
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December 02, 2010, 12:29:10 AM
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I find the idea of your Bitcoin Phone book cool but take into account some people split up different addresses for different forums/communities.

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December 02, 2010, 11:11:24 AM
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I am accumulating the "published bitcoin address for general donations / tips"

I think it's better for the tip addresses to be located at the same place as the tippable material. Otherwise they get out of date, or you get confusion between different people who use the same handle, etc. Also, having the tip address at the content is better publicity for bitcoin.
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December 03, 2010, 02:34:19 AM
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I wanna pay it forward! :0
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December 03, 2010, 02:42:48 AM
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I am accumulating the "published bitcoin address for general donations / tips"

I think it's better for the tip addresses to be located at the same place as the tippable material. Otherwise they get out of date, or you get confusion between different people who use the same handle, etc. Also, having the tip address at the content is better publicity for bitcoin.

Agree. Also making a new one for each bit of content lets the author know what people are liking.

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December 03, 2010, 04:42:55 AM
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This dearly needs automation.... Tongue


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December 03, 2010, 11:24:05 PM
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Pay it forward is like laundering your money eh why not.
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