BitMessage price - 1 MSG to usd value history chart - how ...

List of onion email providers in 2019

This is a throwback to the mega Email provider post from July 2017. I figured we should revisit the list and update it for 2019. I already went through and removed anything from the list that was dead.
Below is most of the original thread with a few new things added. The /onions community input is need to help make it even better!
I cannot stress how important it is to use PGP. PGP gives you up to 4096 bits of RSA encryption. When using PGP even the email provider that you are using can't see the contents of your emails. If you need practice, check out /gpgpractice.

Free

danwin1210 - Daniel Winzen's personal site which he offers free public email on. No Javascript.
Mail2Tor - Free, No javascript required.
cock.li - Free, needs JavaScript, has a 27 different email domains to choose from, Vincent Canfield (the owner) has refused to provide access to the US government in the past ( see here and here ).
elude.in - Free, No javascript required, open signup. They run completely on donations.
OnionMail - Free. Has Around ~24 servers. Doesn't require Javascript. List of OnionMail Servers you can sign up on = here
Systemli - Free, invite only
Paranoid - No javaScript. Invite only. Great service to say the least, If the sender doesn't encrypt the email they are sending to you with pgp Paranoid will encrypt it for you using your public key.
bitmessage.ch - Free, Has been around for a while. No javascript required.
VFEmail - Requires JavaScript for registration, keeps logs, has a lot of domains to choose from.
RiseUp - Request Membership. Leftist Political collective, anti-racism, fascism and misogyny.
Protonmail - Free, widely used, requires javascript, hosted in Switzerland.
SecMail - Free
CTemplar - Free, hosted in Iceland.
TorBox - Free, Javascript not needed.
SCRYPTMail - Requires JavaScript. 7-Day free trial.

Paid Only

RayServers - No JavaScript, accepts Bitcoin, Good customer support, keeps only necessary logs (no IPs), competent, VPS hosting, also provides VPNs, prices pending on your needs.
Mailbox - german provider with very low prices, only €1 a month for email and xmpp. No JavaScript required.
Mail City - Don't even bother visiting this site. Their prices are insane.
If you want to connect to the .onion imap/pop3 and smtp servers for these providers in an email client, The TorBirdy Add-on for Thunderbird is an excellent choice that has been DNS leak tested.

Receive email only

Guerilla Mail - Free
TempMailAddress - Free
Why is it important to have email over Tor?
Ask Ross Ulbricht, alleged creator of criminal marketplace Silk Road!
The FBI caught the man accused of creating Silk Road -- the shadowy e-commerce site it describes as "the most sophisticated and extensive criminal marketplace on the Internet today" -- after he allegedly posted his Gmail address online, according to court documents.
Why is it important to disable JavaScript?
Ask the creator of Freedomhosting who is now serving life in prison!
News reports linked Firefox browser vulnerability to a United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) operation targeting Freedom Hosting's owner, Eric Eoin Marques. In August 2013, it was discovered that the Firefox browsers in many older versions of the Tor Browser Bundle were vulnerable to a JavaScript attack, as NoScript was not enabled by default
Please comment below if you know any others that I haven't listed and I will add them to the list. Once this list is finalized, I will be putting it into the /onions wiki in an entire Email section. Thanks!
submitted by DrinkMoreCodeMore to onions [link] [comments]

Pros and cons of using BTC postage instead of PoW.

Some googling reveals that the lead developer thinks BTC postage isn't a good idea because of scaling issues. This surprises me, because I thought Bitcoin was supposed to scale to massive numbers of transactions and because it is good at micropayments.
I'd like to hear more about the pros and cons of BTC postage. I don't know if this would help Bitmessage, but I do think it would help Bitcoin, because it would provide an economically useful service which can only be paid for with BTC. It would also work well with an integrated Bitcoin - Bitmessage client.
submitted by mmeijeri to bitmessage [link] [comments]

I'm ready to build a killer app for BCH but I could use some advice on how to make it as appealing to Satoshi's ideals as possible.

After some research and a lot of business meetings, I've made the first progress necessary to create a MVNO focused on Cryptocurrencies (possibly just Bitcoin Cash).
A MVNO is a mobile phone provider that exists on the network of another larger provider. Some of the biggest examples are Boost Mobile, Cricket Wireless, EasyGo Wireless, Freedom Pop, MetroPCS, StraightTalk, etc.
The 'coolest' plan would be pay-as-you-go where every minute of voice usage, every megabyte of data usage, and every txt is paid for with BCH as the resource is consumed.
The problem is that there are some opposing issues related to billing, Satoshi's guiding principals, business needs, and various optimizations across a wide variety of layers. I would love everyone's input in order to formulate the best plan of action that'll be good for the network and still be appealing to crypto enthusiasts.
Satoshi gave us guidance and ethos that suggests each individual should be their own bank, but I want to be able to enable a level of automation that will allow payments to work without user interaction. If I want to allow SIM cards to be used in IoT devices or in user-supplied phones, there shouldn't be a requirement for a specific payment app to be running in userspace anywhere.
Obviously, it wouldn't be ideal to generate multiple on-chain transactions every minute to deduct for usage. Payment channels were an initial thought, but they require the user to actually send increment a value and resign the unbroadcast transaction. It's not fair or practical to require a user to do this.
I could just create a deposit address for users to send funds to and credit an internal register but that's too old-school and doesn't go with the concept that the money isn't yours if you don't hold the private key. I don't want to be responsible for holding unspent user funds.
I think I've found a good balance.
When a customer first signs up (and pays for the SIM kit or optional mobile phone), they'll be sent a new SIM card and a wallet card with a private key QR code and 12 word mnemonic seed and a pubkey qr code to check the balance on the other side. When they transfer funds to the wallet on the card, it'll activate the service. We'll also have the private key and once the wallet is funded, we'll set up a payment channel from their wallet to the service wallet. Everytime we get a callback from the provider network indicating usage, we'll update the channel on behalf of the user to increment the charges. Ever 24 to 72 hours, we'll tear down the channel and settle the transactions and build up a new channel.
When the wallet starts running low on funds, the user will be sent a message asking them to top up. If the imported the private key into a wallet app, they can just transfer more funds in. If not, they can log into the web portal to see a deposit address to send funds to.
By co-managing the private wallet associated with the SIM, it also opens up some interesting potentials with easy fund transfers between phone numbers on the system.
I would love to get everyone's input before moving forward. It won't require an insane outlay of funds, but writing the billing infrastructure and API integrations will represent some significant work. I also want to enable features like pointing multiple SIMs to a single wallet, selling add-on services like VPN's, allowing for quick number changes, VoIP gateways, bitmessage to txt gateway, etc.
I would like your input. What would be something really cool you could do with this kind of mobile provider? What features would you love to see that nobody else has? What kind of price point would you expect? Do you like the idea of pay-as-you-go or would you rather have standard rate plans? What about more choices of cryptos for wallet reloading?
submitted by DeftNerd to btc [link] [comments]

[For Hire] Web development, web design, scripting, automation, blockchain integration from $50 | 10% discount with Monero | Free consultation

Get your company website, personal website, online store, crypto platform, forum or script from Web4Crypto.
CMS: Wordpress, WooCommerce Custom solutions: HTML CSS JavaScript PHP SQL Python Node.js Bash Java
Prices from $50, pay with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero or other cryptos. 10% discount for payments in Monero. Escrow accepted.
Send a PM, visit https://web4crypto.xyz or email retprogramisto(at)bitmessage.ch for a free consultation.
submitted by retprogramisto to moneromarket [link] [comments]

[LFW - MULTI] Web development, web design, scripting, automation, blockchain integration from $50

Get your company website, personal website, online store, crypto platform, forum or script from Web4Crypto.
CMS: Wordpress, WooCommerce Custom solutions: HTML CSS JavaScript PHP SQL Python Node.js Bash Java
Prices from $50, pay with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero or other cryptos. 10% discount for payments in Monero. Escrow accepted.
Send a PM, visit https://web4crypto.xyz or email retprogramisto(at)bitmessage.ch for a free consultation.
submitted by retprogramisto to Jobs4Crypto [link] [comments]

[For Hire] Web development, web design, scripting, automation, blockchain integration from $50 | Bitcoin and Monero accepted | Free consultation

Get your company website, personal website, online store, crypto platform, forum or script from Web4Crypto.
CMS: Wordpress, WooCommerce Custom solutions: HTML CSS JavaScript PHP SQL Python Node.js Bash Java
Prices from $50, pay with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero or other cryptos. 10% discount for payments in Monero. Escrow accepted.
Send a PM, visit https://web4crypto.xyz or email retprogramisto(at)bitmessage.ch for a free consultation.
submitted by retprogramisto to Jobs4Bitcoins [link] [comments]

list of onion email providers

I cannot stress how important it is to use PGP. PGP gives you up to 4096 bits of RSA encryption. When using PGP even the email provider that you are using can't see the contents of your emails.
Free
Paid only
If you want to connect to the .onion imap/pop3 and smtp servers for these providers in an email client, The TorBirdy Add-on for Thunderbird is an excellent choice that has been DNS leak tested.
Why is it important to have email over TOR? ask Ross Ulbricht, alleged creator of criminal marketplace Silk Road!
The FBI caught the man accused of creating Silk Road -- the shadowy e-commerce site it describes as "the most sophisticated and extensive criminal marketplace on the Internet today" -- after he allegedly posted his Gmail address online, according to court documents.
Why is it important to disable JavaScript? Ask the creator of Freedomhosting who is now serving life in prison!
News reports linked Firefox browser vulnerability to a United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) operation targeting Freedom Hosting's owner, Eric Eoin Marques. In August 2013, it was discovered that the Firefox browsers in many older versions of the Tor Browser Bundle were vulnerable to a JavaScript attack, as NoScript was not enabled by default
I don't recommend any of these in particular and they aren't in any specific order, although in the past I used sagaint. I don't recommend using one with JavaScript as it can used to compromise your privacy (hopefully you are booting tails from usb or using whonix in a virtual machine when browsing onion sites as a precaution)
Please comment below if you know any others that I haven't listed and i will add them to the list
submitted by intaryr to onions [link] [comments]

"Code is Law": Comedy Gold Survey on Ethereum

Survey ID: 00001 Coin: Ethereum Client: Tyler Durden

Executive summary:

Ethereum is almost certainly the number 2 coin in comedy gold. It will likely surpass Bitcoin in comedy gold long before it passes it in market cap. Thanks in large part to a spam-based marketing campaign on Reddit, it also has a dedicated base of critics.
After its IPO, it was known as “Inthereum” for a while, infinitely powerful of course, as vaporware can do anything. It had a major version release, then another. Finally, a major smart contract, in terms of valuation, came along: The DAO. Not to be confused with other DAOs, before and after. The DAO was the biggest. It was going to be the best; it already was the best! Euphoria was off the charts.
Until just a few months in, a bug was found. And the killer app became the flash point. What could they do? Well, hard fork and give the money back, of course! And so they did.
“Code is Law”; but this is actually good for Ethereum because “[a]lthough some do question the analogy ‘code is law’. I do not. We just found out that we have a supreme court, the community!” [1]
After the D'OH, Ethereum struggles to top its ATH comedy gold, but there is still a bright future for popcorn and comedy gold from Ethereum.

5 Largest Veins of Comedy Gold

Here are the largest comedy gold veins in Ethereum in potential reserves in our estimation in approximately descending order:
  • Cultlike euphoria - Now, this can certainly be said to be common to almost all cryptocurrencies. But Ethereum seems special here, even more than Bitcoin's community. There is a real belief here that this coin is going to change the world. This helps play into a "this is very good for Ethereum" mindset, wherein even the D'OH fork was a great success!
There is no greater terror than a fiend on ether.
  • Vitalik Buterin - The best name in cryptocurrency! Young genius central to Ethereum and almost universally seen as the most important leader in the project. In our view, his endorsement and leadership during the D'OH fork led to that route being taken. That is, we believe if he had opposed it from the start, he may have been able to prevent it or at least have led to what is now called ETC being the dominant of the two.
And so in our view, Mr. Buterin runs a billion dollar cryptocurrency right now. He and his team seem to have done reasonably well so far; it seems likely they'll continue to thrive. To the best of my knowledge, confirmed on /ethereum, there hasn't been a drug market implemented in Ethereum or trading with ETH so far. But while it seems like a terrible idea, because of the lack of privacy and proven mutability of contracts, it seems like eventually there's going to be a major drug market accepting ETH just because it has such a high value. And, they point out, monero and zcoin’s core privacy feature will apparently be available on ETH after this next fork, so look forward to anonymous ETH fueling drug markets!
And then the interesting question will be raised of how Chief Justice Buterin will rule on the case, whether it is worthy of an intervention or not. If not a drug market, then another buggy and hacked contract. Or a hacked exchange, and the question of whether to make it or its users whole, or "let the hacker win".
  • DAOs - From the beginning, it was proposed that Ethereum itself and its reserve fund would be turned into a DAO. How exactly this was going to happen would be figured out later of course. There was an initial estimate of 2016 for the transition.
Of course, in 2016, The DAO and the D'OH happened. I'm not aware of a current further push to put all of ETH's future funding into a DAO. But I'm sure the topic will resurface. And it will be hilarious on so many levels. The DAO actually collapsed too soon for peak comedy gold extraction. It had been predicted that there would be no consensus on any proposals and that nothing would be funded, and that there would be gold from that. But it was just a few months in when the bug was found. And while the D'OH fork was certainly a rich vein of comedy gold, it wasn't as rich as what the DAO could have been if it had floundered around for a year or so before the hack.
Surprisingly, there's actually a running, apparently working DAO on ETH that was started even before The DAO: digixDAO. If it keeps on running, it will continue to be hilarious as other DAOs fail to learn from it. If it fails, there's all the more hilarity for Ethereum, making it the platform where anything complicated enough to look like an original use case will break. The very existence of digix is proof-of-comedy-gold.
  • Immutability - The whole central notion of immutability is going to be a recurring question for Ethereum after the D'OH. While there was a lot of sentiment of "just this once and never again" at the time, there will someday be another major issue, and the precedent will mean that at least a major debate among the community will be had. Ethereum is "mostly immutable". Bitcoin is far better protected here, because while it's true they've hard forked to fix a bug before, that was years ago and the community is far more fractured now. Ethereum has a demonstrated capacity to do both routine and controversial hard forks. This strength is also a challenge, as it will invite constant legal and ethical questions about when it's appropriate to modify the chain itself with a fork: that is, rolling back some or all transactions after major bugs, thefts, frauds, and so forth.
  • Concentration of funds - This one I'm just guessing at. Although rich lists do exist, obviously one entity like an exchange could pool funds in an address without one person owning that much, or one person could splits their coins among many accounts. But it gives a rough guide. In Bitcoin, the top 113 addresses, having more than 10,000 BTC, in total are 17.46% of the current supply [ 2 ]. And in Ethereum, it's true that the top two accounts are marked as exchange accounts [ 3 ]. Still, having lots of funds concentrated in a single exchange wallet seems to still have some potential for comedy gold. In Ethereum, the top 50 addresses have more than double the proportion of the top 113 in Bitcoin, a bit over 40% of the current supply. My guess would be there are still a lot of people who invested heavily in the initial ICO who have held onto a significant portion of their initial ETH. While some of these top addresses are exchanges, I think there are probably many individuals represented in here as well, and every one of them is a multimillionaire from this account alone.
Of course, so far, because ETH is still smaller than BTC in overall market cap, these top addresses aren't as huge as the top addresses in Bitcoin in current market value. But if ETH were to overtake BTC's current position with a relatively unchanged distribution, there would be some real comedy gold coming off this factor. Cribs could have a spin-off Ethereum series.
This concentration was a part of making The D'OH what it was in my view as well: in Bitcoin, there would never have been so much of the coin tied up in one particular venture, at least not now. But in Ethereum, this concentration and groupthink can combine to hilarious effect.

A Brief History of Comedy Gold in Ethereum:

“Laws, like sausages, cease to inspire respect in proportion as we know how they are made” - John Godfrey Saxe
In the beginning, there was an offering. The greatest coin the world had ever seen; step right up and buy it! There was even code; this is no vaporware! Sure, there was more work to be done, but the ICO would fund that work, the founders would get a little, and create a reserve for the future and the rest would be mineable.
There was also some of the most vociferous objections on BCT, declaring that the stake allocated to the founders was too large, pointing to other coins which had done smaller or done without. Arguing against the reserve; arguing against having a presale at all. Some people, of course, completely failing to read the documentation accurately to see what was even being proposed. And an almost complete radio silence from this large team working around the clock on Ethereum.
It took some months from when the initial ANN was made until the sale actually started, but by the time they had their sale, they had perhaps the best documentation at launch to-date. Of course, there were some areas which seemed to lack some detail, like the budgeting, but never mind that, it was finally launching!
Launching the sale, at least. In July and August of 2014, Ether was first sold. It was described as “fuel” for the virtual machine they were going to build [ 4 ].
And then, a year later, Ethereum was released live. By July 2016, it had already had its first major crisis after The DAO was hacked and the D’OH fork introduced in response.
But the fact that Ethereum was ever released, and that it was released so quickly, is truly incredible. There was more than one person who thought that the stated goals of Ethereum were not possible. And, of course, many initial goals and deadlines didn’t happen. But unlike the railbirds on BCT were convinced, the team did not fail nor did it run off with the money. They were given a blank check, and they actually delivered a working product which has been successful so far financially.
Of course, having its flagship smart contract go belly-up quite so quickly after having finally gotten a “killer app” seems rather unfortunate. The oracle problem (the question of how to reliably relate smart contracts to the outside world) seems unresolved, but partial solutions are inevitable and can only serve to make increasingly complex and thus popcorn-loaded contracts possible.
Right now, all seems relatively quiet. But rest assured, there remains plenty of euphoria and gas to drive many more cycles of comedy gold production. Ether huffers need something to throw their ETH at. The more complicated; the better! Given some of the creations that have been made in NXT, for instance, a few more years of creativity on ETH should yield some very complicated and pop-corn rich smart contracts.

Researcher’s Narrative:

I was relaxing in my office, waiting for business. It was a dingy little one-room affair, but it would serve for now. Particularly with no clients. I had poured myself a double shot, and was about to enjoy it, when suddenly the door opened.
A man walked in, familiar somehow although I couldn't place him. I reached out my hand instinctively, and instead of shaking it, he handed me a dollar.
"Hello?"
He pointed at the sign in the window, advertising a promotional one dollar gold survey for the first client. Always astute, I quickly surmised he wished to hire me.
"Of course, sir! What coin would you like?"
"Ethereum."
"Certainly! And may I have your name for the log?"
"Tyler Durdan."
And with that, my newest client left. I downed my double and poured a generous triple to follow it. This was going to be a long day.
Ethereum was the ultimate prize in my line of work. The coin which proved the adage that truth is stranger than fiction; which had proved itself a lucrative source of comedy gold.
And who am I? Guy Noir, private comedy gold surveyor. I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Premined scamcoins crashing on noname exchanges. I watched popcorn glitter in the dark on forgotten the BCT threads. Popcorn junkies strung out on a high, and I've delivered them more comedy gold, popcorn, salt and butter. There is never enough.
A dark night in a world that never sleeps and knows how to keep its secrets...But on the 12th Floor of the Acme Building, one man is still trying to find the answers to life's persistent questions: Guy Noir, private comedy gold surveyor.
Thank you, Narrator. Now, as I was saying, Ethereum is overloaded with gold. But the core is pretty straightforward:
Ethereum promised "smart contracts". Immutable. Turing-complete. This was what Bitcoin lacked. The bee's knees. Crypto 2.0. What could go wrong?
We'll skip over the "Inthereum" period. Perhaps the vaporware criticism was never fair: from their version, they had Proof-of-Concept code; they went through some iterations and eventually got to release.
Let's note clearly that there was plenty of time to determine some sort of official policy for what to do about a buggy or improperly written contract losing money. In Bitcoin, every hack has been a SFYL event, although it’s true that a bug in the coin itself was hard forked away before. Mt. Gox tried to blame malleability, but there was never a fork to try to recover funds. In Ethereum, immutability was often talked about. So far as I saw in skimming, “what if” scenarios to undo bugs wasn’t brought up front-and-center. Nor was immutability being debated that I saw.
So Ethereum releases. A major contract is launched, The DAO, which gets an astonishing portion of ETH invested. The world's largest crowd sale as they ultimately called it. All the major players in ETH buy into it, including Vitalik Buterin, the creator of Ethereum and the best name in cryptocurrency.
Just as they're starting to get into the comedy gold that The DAO doesn't really have a purpose, a bug is discovered. And just as its leader is assuring everyone that no funds are at risk, the funds start being drained out of the contract by an unknown party.
And suddenly immutable means "immutable unless we screw up on the biggest contract which everyone important has invested in heavily". Ethereum ultimately hard-forks to return investor funds and basically unwind The DAO. After claiming that the bug was in the contract, the coin itself is hard forked to fix the issue. And the first Ethereum clone results, one which simply does not follow the new hard fork.
So the natural question is: when can a contract be changed? In the first page of the Ethereum launch, this question was implied by asking about what would happen if there were an assassination market hosted by a smart contract on Ethereum. Of course, in reality, Ethereum is not really functional enough at present to enforce such a contract, but the question remains in case Ethereum were to actually attain a functioning smart contract platform.
Attempted reference to Tears in rain monologue, credit to Rutger Hauer
Guy Noir and narrator text lovingly stolen from Prairie Home Companion's Guy Noir, by Garrison B. Keillor.

Researcher’s Rant

Filed for psych eval
Twenty pages into the BCT ANN, I believe I have contracted cancer, again. I’m reminded of why I don’t generally go on BCT. As bad as altcoin forums tend to be for their circlejerking, it’s almost better than the, well, there’s really no way to put it other than FUD that inevitably appears in response to anything. Of course, it’s not paid shilling so much as it is willful and vocal ignorance. For all the critiques in that thread, most of them are utter nonsense and simply are misreading the initial information. On the other hand, it’s January 27th in the thread by now, with February 1st and the pre-sale start, and they don’t have their “prospectus” up yet. I also haven’t seen the change in mining rate yet.
Side note: eMunie; wtf? I guess I missed something? Either it’s gone through a namechange or it’s dead, because a quick coinmarketcap search didn’t find anything. A comedy gold mining project for another day.
Great; spoiler alert: fundraiser delayed apparently, so even more cancer to read through in that thread on the way to getting to a prospectus!
The first 44 pages of the thread was summarized thus: “I want to believe. Why are you not speaking to us? Throw me a bone. Just tell me what I want to hear, and I'll gladly throw my money in.” [ 5 ] Would that I had only had to read that quote rather than all 44 pages, and facing many more.
Pages and comments dragged on as I waded through the low-grade popcorn. When would this prospectus be released, so my torment would end? Oh god: a side-thread shows that by the time they get to April, there’s still no prospectus or presale date or estimate of when there may be a date [ 6 ]. It’s time to give up on reading through the cancerous mainthread on BCT and start jumping ahead pages to find the pre-sale and prospectus.
Okay, finally, in July, they release documents and start the sale [ 7 ]. Good enough.
I have mountains of links on my desk. Comedy gold is overflowing, but this is a survey expedition, not a mining operation. But by the time it’s surveyed, there’s always so much gold lined up to mine it gets hard to leave it behind and leave with the samples.
It’s time to hammer out some copy and close this file.
Folks, we hope you’ve enjoyed this descent into madness and comedy gold brought to you by the Comedy Gold Survey Company and our patron Tyler Durden. Do you need more comedy gold in your life? Of course you do! So please donate today; every $1 helps! I’ve added a new special: $5 lets you choose the next coin to be surveyed!
Thanks again to Tyler Durden, and I will now be re-watching Fight Club and questioning my sanity. Cheers y’all!
Resources:
Edit: 3/26/2020: Removed a link to a comment per request from the user.
Footnotes and other links:
submitted by coinaday to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

[For Hire] Web development, web design, scripting, automation, blockchain integration from $50

Get your company website, personal website, online store, crypto platform, forum or script from Web4Crypto.
CMS: Wordpress, WooCommerce Custom solutions: HTML CSS JavaScript PHP SQL Python Node.js Bash Java
Prices from $50, pay with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero or other cryptos. 10% discount for payments in Monero. Escrow accepted.
Send a PM, visit https://web4crypto.xyz or email retprogramisto(at)bitmessage.ch for a free consultation.
submitted by retprogramisto to Jobs4Bitcoins [link] [comments]

I would like to address FUD regarding colored coins and ChromaWallet

I am the lead developer of ChromaWallet. I've noticed that people who are presumably proponents of competing projects post comments which are dismissive and hostile towards colored coins and ChromaWallet. In many cases these posts are based on information which is only half-true, or sometimes not true at all. I'd like to address this unfair criticism here instead of chasing each individual comment.
FUD: Colored coins are irrelevant, because we already have Counterparty. (Also, Mastercoin, Ethereum, BitShares, NXT and so on.)
This would be true if Counterparty could do everything which colored coins can, but that's just not true. Counterparty uses a fundamentally different approach, which means that some things which can be implemented on top of colored coins are impossible with Counterparty, particularly:
Fast trading. First of all, let's consider how it is done in Counterparty: orders are submitted as separate transactions, which can be included into blockchain in arbitrary order. That means that you cannot reliably cancel an order or change price until your original transaction gets into a Bitcoin block, which takes on average 10 minutes. Thus you cannot change price very often (don't forget that you pay a transaction fee for each new order).
Also, you know whether your order was matched only after it is in a block, which, again, takes something on scale of 10 minutes. If you want to buy an asset for Bitcoin, it's even worse; first you need to find a matching order, and then you need to do a Bitcoin payment. In the best case, this requires two Bitcoin blocks, thus average time is 20 minutes. In the worst case, if your Bitcoin transaction is confirmed too late, you will lose your Bitcoins without getting that asset. On the sellers end, you might wait for several hours, but payment won't arrive.
On the bright side, Coutnerparty "dex" requires only Bitcoin network/blockchain. So it is highly available. But slow. Potentially problematic when you use Bitcoin as a currency.
On the other hand, in case with colored coins, trading protocol can be implemented as a separate protocol built on top of core coloring protocol and atomic transactions. As such, it is very flexible, you can choose trade-offs relevant to your particular applications.
Let's consider a specific protocol, p2ptrade (which was first released, as a working proof-of-concept, in January 2013, as a part of ArmoryX):
ArmoryX is dead now, but the similar thing is implemented in ChromaWallet, so you can see yourself that it takes around 5 seconds to complete a trade, not 10 minutes, and not 1 hour.
Micropayment channels, transaction aggregation: Paying a standard Bitcoin fee for each payment is not cool, for many applications that's too much. With colored coins we can use almost all standard Bitcoin features, which can make payments much cheaper and/or faster. I don't think that can work with Counterparty.
SPV: With colored coins, we can implement a "thin" client which will be able to independently verify payments without downloading the whole blockchain. In fact, that's how ChromaWallet works now, it's very similar to Electrum. We can also implement a mobile and in-browser clients which do not need to trust the server.
I could go on, but I hope it's obvious that Counterparty isn't the best at everything, and there might be some room for colored coins. (To be fair, there are certain things which Counterparty can do, but colored coins can't: Counterparty can resolve CFDs and bets based on asset price automatically.)
As for other projects (NXT, Ethereum, BitShares...), they have numerous advantages, but still aren't completely "dominating" over colored coins: I believe the fact that colored coins can provide complete integration with Bitcoin is a significant feature which justifies its existence.
FUD: Development is slow.
Answer: This is partially true.
First of all, few words about ChromaWallet. It started as an open source project supported by donations, which allowed us to to release an alpha version. But then, after donations dwindled, development pace have drastically slowed down. But recently we have organized a for-profit company which will continue to develop ChromaWallet, hopefully at much faster pace. (The wallet will remain open source, of course; we're going to monetize services which will be useful to wallet's users.) One example of what it have already done is coloredcoinjs-lib, a JS library for colored coins. It is something like 90% complete after one month of development.
Then there are several other projects like CoinPrism and Iridis, which are making good progress.
So, yeah, it could be faster, but it is hardly a reason to dismiss colored coins.
FUD: Development efforts are fragmented.
Answer: Well, they are: there are several different implementations. I don't see it as a bad thing, though: there are, probably, dozens of different potential applications of colored coins. We don't need same piece of software doing everything.
I see colored coins as a toolkit for implementing different kinds of applications on top of Bitcoin blockchain, not as a particular standard.
FUD: ChromaWallet isn't working.
I'm fairly certain it's working. It has some deficiencies (like some error messages are displayed in console instead of being shown in GUI), but they are relatively minor. What's important, you can send and receive payments, even p2ptrade is working. Still, it is a beta. We would rather take more time for testing and fixing, thus we ask people to avoid using it for anything of value. Better be safe than sorry, you know.
FUD: ChromaWallet requires complex installation process.
This was true for alpha release which was in December, but not for more recent beta release. Just download, unpack and it works. We're working on web and mobile versions now...
FUD: p2ptrade is not decentralized, there is no colored coins decentralized exchange!
Well, it depends on how you define a "decentralized exchange", of course.
p2ptrade, as implemented in ArmoryX and ChromaWallet, relies on a communication channel implemented as an HTTP service. The thing is, anybody can run his own service. So it is definitely decentralized, as it allows two (or more) parties to trade without relying on a central service.
Also, Iridis implements a similar thing which uses BitMessage for communication.
submitted by killerstorm to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Should I want (for science, or a friend) to create a website that is of somewhat questionable content...

...where should I host it? Again, nothing too obscene, or extremely illegal, just questionable content, products or services to some (especially in US), or other parts of the world. Nothing that could get me in serious trouble though. I do, however, want to maintain that anonymity and that safe gap of separation between the operation and my personal self.
I was initially thinking Iceland, because of its strict and upstanding privacy laws. I once had used orangewebsite.com awhile back and was quite impressed. They are based out of Iceland and I did a project for a client with a similar request. The hosting is reasonably priced and they allow you to pay with Bitcoin; using XMR.TO, one can end up paying in untraceable currency and it gets converted to BTC without a trail to track. I would then also use VPN (ProtonVPN, paid with likewise with BTC/XMR.TO) and then logging into the site panel using Whonix (I have my reason not to use Tails) where all credentials would be stored in an encrypted format; in addition any communication with the client was done with privnote.com and email services like Lelantos.org (onion), Sigaint.org (onion), ProtonMail, Tutanota and Bitmessage.ch.
For some reason I have always been concerned that I was overlooking something. Can't help but being paranoid that something is so obvious that I am not seeing it and missing it completely. Any ideas or suggestions to improve the protection of my identity (and that of any future client, of course)? Thanks!
submitted by mijalis to privacytoolsIO [link] [comments]

Log of AMA @ ark.io/slack with bitbay.market - @dzimbeck (David Zimbeck), @Munti (Bjørn Alsos)

dr10 Let us all welcome team from :bitbay: bitbay.market :bitbay: - @dzimbeck (David zimbeck ) and @Munti (Bjørn Alsos). You can all start asking them questions. I'd ask team from bitbay.market to use @ username to the one they are responding to and I'd like to ask all the community to give them some time to catch up if too many questions in backlog, before asking more so questions don't get lost. Thank you!
dzimbeck Hi
dr10 Hello
Munti Hi
dzimbeck Wow you guys have quite the slack. 7k people
dzimbeck very professional site too, always noticed that
dr10 haha, yeah grew a bit over time
dzimbeck Also a decent domain.
arigard @dzimbeck Man, I remember you from back in the day in Blackcoin
dzimbeck Haha yes that is where I started
dr10 okay guys, start with your questions :wink:
Munti Is there anyone helping us keep track of any questions we might miss because we are busy answering?
dzimbeck But I'm not the dev of Blackcoin
dzimbeck I only wrote Halo into it because I needed an alt
dr10 I have an eye on the chat and people notice when you didnt answer it, dont worry :smile:
dzimbeck and didn't want to start a pump thing
tranzer What is BitBay in few words. Are you anonymous marketplace? (edited)
dzimbeck Unbreakable contracts, Anonymous serverless markets and rolling peg
dzimbeck all of those features are extremely important for decentralization and computer science in general
dzimbeck "Unbreakable contracts" is the non-technical term for "Double deposit escrow"
dzimbeck It works by both parties placing a deposit in a joint account
dzimbeck and if they cheat each other they both lose their funds when the time limit expires
dzimbeck making the contract somewhat unbreakable
dzimbeck regardless of what is agreed to
btcmacroecon what if one cheats the other?
dzimbeck since it's a joint account
btcmacroecon hunt them down?
dzimbeck you need that person to sign off
dzimbeck so they lose money
dzimbeck they can't cheat you
dzimbeck example:
dzimbeck you want to buy a guitar
dzimbeck which costs 100 dollars
dzimbeck so you put up a deposit of 100 and also 100 into the joint account
dzimbeck the seller also puts up 100 to guarantee shipping and their own honesty
dzimbeck when the seller sends the guitar if you steal it
dzimbeck then seller won't sign off on the contract
dzimbeck causing both parties to lose money
dzimbeck (you just paid 200 for a 100 dollar it)
dzimbeck So this forces users to work together
dzimbeck better than E-bay with arbiters
dzimbeck in fact.. I am shocked this isn't the industry standard
tranzer Are there any limits on how much can someone sell or buy item for?
dzimbeck I've been doing this for 4 years since BitHalo started
Munti When you use double deposit escrow, your protection is based upon the fact that no one can gain anything by breaking the deal. That pretty much eliminates scammers as there is no incentive for them.
btcmacroecon what if the seller "says" the other stole the guitar, when in reality it was received, it's jus seller wont sign off on it to be a dick
dzimbeck No limits
dzimbeck and deposits are negotiable (edited)
donze Nice idea
ulyssessyoungo interesting
dzimbeck @btcmacroecon Because the seller will lose money if he does
Munti I actually just bought a property in our marketplace. Got the paperwork in the mail today
donze Your market is active?
dzimbeck Being a dick doesn't profit a dime
donze Or work in progress
dzimbeck It actually costs money to be a dick
dzimbeck which is what we WANT
arigard @dzimbeck is that similar to the two way mad escrow Particl are working on?
ulyssessyoungo I like the sound of that
dzimbeck we want jerks to be broke
dzimbeck we want politicians to be the ones begging for food on the street
ulyssessyoungo do you have any system beyond that
Munti Our marketplace has been operational since early 2015
ulyssessyoungo to see if people honor the contracts?
ulyssessyoungo like user history or something
dzimbeck Oh there is tons of systems in BitBay
little_round Particl took it from bitbay
dzimbeck we actually have a wall of features
ulyssessyoungo I mean like
ulyssessyoungo say a guy has a history of blowing up contracts
dzimbeck http://bitbay.market/wall
ulyssessyoungo are those people easily identified as bad business?
tranzer Do you have numbers of how many people "were dicks" and how much was already agreed upon in your marketplace (like yearly turnaround)?
dzimbeck Yes
dzimbeck You can see how many contracts their profile has blown up
dzimbeck so you can mathematically calculate what their deposit should be!
dzimbeck It's like the perfect escrow for p2p transactions
ulyssessyoungo that's nice
Munti Actually particl (then shadowcoin) tried to hire David to make the marketplace for them many years ago. When he declined, they tried to revers enginer his code. They failed :slightly_smiling_face:
ulyssessyoungo So like a reputation system?
ulyssessyoungo I always check vendor reputations on alibaba, amazon etc.
arigard @Munti really? Interesting..
dzimbeck And it's been working for 3+ years it was actually the worlds first smart contracts
dzimbeck Yep
btcmacroecon is there a scenario when a seller would lose money if it harmed the buyer, even if seller loses money, adversely affecting the buyer, even if guitar received, to cause buyer to lose money? Or woul buyer come out ahead cause of guitar, or would that mean net loss for buyer in this scenario, despite "seller wouldn't do it cause he loses money assumption"
dzimbeck we have a reputation system
dzimbeck Yes you are right
dzimbeck but consider this @btcmacroecon
shtand Does the seller always match 100% of the value of what they're selling?
dzimbeck The seller does cause buyer to lose
dzimbeck but now they have proof they are blowing up contracts
dzimbeck who would want to work with that seller later?
dzimbeck Also that seller would be asked in future deals for a LARGER deposit
btcmacroecon ok and ebay has good marketplace for reputation.
dzimbeck meaning being a jerk is progressive;y cost inhibitive
dzimbeck And this reputation system there is no way to lie about it
Munti @dzimbeck I just noticed we both forget to use @ to make it clear who we are answering
dzimbeck because there is cryptographic proof you blew up the funds
btcmacroecon ok good to wait for established track record
dzimbeck I will use the @ more thanks
dzimbeck @shtand Not always
ulyssessyoungo eBay is good with the reputation system but not so much the arbitration
ulyssessyoungo so that makes me interested in alternatives
dzimbeck matching 1:1 is a great way to deal with strangers you don't trust
dzimbeck But a great seller might only put up 10%
ulyssessyoungo i've been screwed selling some high ticket items on ebay before, not terribly so but enough to make me wonder what the point of a middleman is if they just side with the buyer in most cases
dzimbeck exactly!!
donze safex will be full anonymous and will give dividends to those who own it, what are the advantages of bitbay other than being ahead in the roadmap?
dzimbeck But guys this isn't just buying and selling
dzimbeck who here has outsourced?
btcmacroecon What about where damage or not represented product as advertised? same thing? comes down to reputation scores?
dzimbeck @donze that would be the rolling peg we will get to that
arigard Does Bitbay have any anon functionality?
dzimbeck @btcmacroecon Realize a seller loses funds for damaged items if blown up. He will be much more motivated to work with buyer than he would be in e-bay
dzimbeck BitBays markets are anon
Munti @ donze If safex is able to pay dividends, they will need to take that money from somewhere. Fees? We have no fees (edited)
dzimbeck because they use Bitmessage
dzimbeck and we don't bloat the blockchain
dzimbeck because Bitmessage is p2p
dzimbeck and no chain is used
shtand what's determining who a 'great seller' is and what % they need to match then?
dzimbeck thus no servers
kimchi ...where does bitbay profit come from?
tranzer How is BitBay team being funded?
dzimbeck sender is hidden because messages are passed around making it hard to find the origin
dzimbeck decoding messages is plausible deniability because nobody knows if you have decryption key
dzimbeck (a market is a shared key)
dzimbeck @shtand A great seller would be someone with tons of contracts that didn't blow up
RQDxRocket joined #trading_altcoins.
arigard What about transactions, are they hidden too?
Munti @kimchi BitBay in itself does not need profit. The holders of the coin will get their profit from higher value because we gain adoption. and we are years ahead in this race, so should have a decent chance to increase price a lot
dzimbeck @kimchi I don't profit much from BitBay. We are mostly self funded
moon joined #trading_altcoins.
ulyssessyoungo Yeah it's not a centralized service so i don't see why it would need "profit" given that it's just a network
btcmacroecon does bitbay have any interest in their service being used with other projects to form a marketplace? any room for collaboration if buyers / sellers can be rounded up for establishing marketplace, reputation, including commodity trading?
ulyssessyoungo BAY is POS right?
tranzer Is BitBay POS or mineable or what consensus algo does it use?
dzimbeck @arigard Transactions aren't anon
dzimbeck but I'm a big ffan of zero knowledge proofs
dzimbeck There is ways to hide the person broadcasting using Bitmessage
dzimbeck but I haven't implemented
dzimbeck I'm a purist so if an anon route is chosen later then it will be on a very high level
arigard Will you be looking to do those kinds of things in the future? Maybe something like Zerocoin etc?
dzimbeck @tranzer POS
kimchi When can I see the beta version?
Munti @kimchi Also, Double deposit escrow ties up a lot of money, so when marketplace becomes really active , that will have tremendous impact on coin supply (reduced supply because of DDE). An average daily turnover on our marketplace of 1k dollars can create demand for as much as 30k-50k dollars worth of Bay (edited)
dzimbeck Maybe a side chain arigard
dzimbeck Since the main chain doesn't need to be anon
dzimbeck also anon would interfere with the rolling peg
dzimbeck Jesus zero proof:heart_eyes:
dzimbeck depending on what i choose for it
donze What is actual year trade volume of bitbay?
Munti @btcmacroecon BitBay is open for working with partners
dzimbeck @ulyssessyoungo yeah profit from escrow is not wise since it eliminates the middle man, we would not want the liability
dzimbeck also I meant to say earlier
dzimbeck these contracts work with employees too
dzimbeck so an employee is forced to honor his/her word
dzimbeck and employer is forced to pay
dzimbeck so no more unreliable outsourcers
Munti @donze Trade volume varies a lot like it does for most coins
dzimbeck It's been over a million a lot
btcmacroecon what do you think about creating a trading floor for commodities, or whatever "product" or "service" say "electronics" or "beer" or "metals"
dzimbeck but then it goes down to 50-500k
dzimbeck We don't fake our volume
dzimbeck :smile:
dzimbeck that is why, this is a very organic project
dzimbeck You see I used to be BitHalo
dzimbeck which was years before Ethereum
dzimbeck and was hired on to the BitBay project, the people who hired me disappeared
dzimbeck so the community and myself took it over
dzimbeck making it pretty organic
ulyssessyoungo I have been in your Slack for some time, i can vouch that you guys seem to be one of the more transparent teams.
Munti @btcmacroecon We already kind of have a trading floor for commodities. We have a fully working marketplace. In one of the comming updates we will also add templates for auctions.
dzimbeck BitHalo is still active but it's worth pointing out that all new templates and features will be withheld from BitHalo to give BitBay maximum impact
Bitbay1 uploaded this image: m2.jpg 1 Comment
btcmacroecon i like the concept and not of ebay as a seller given their fees, or as a buyer with paypal.
ulyssessyoungo lol those boots
dzimbeck Ebays biggest problem is scam buyers
dzimbeck no way to stop it
dzimbeck In our platform that is not going to happen
dzimbeck And let me stress something else
dzimbeck This is Bitcoin
dzimbeck which is anonymous
dzimbeck so scams are more prevalent
dzimbeck which is why it shocks me
dzimbeck that this isn't the industry standard for escrow
btcmacroecon but the man is wise
dzimbeck Plus we don't have to deal with arbiters
dzimbeck the analogy is you go to court... would you trust 12 peers and a judge to decide your fate?
dzimbeck I wouldn't
dzimbeck A witness where it's your word against theirs
dzimbeck This is a better system. There is no judge
dzimbeck just perp and victim
btcmacroecon i havent been to court once where the truth was spoken
dzimbeck empowering victims a little bit more
dzimbeck "instant karma"
dzimbeck That is exactly why I made this
btcmacroecon i had proof attorney was lying but judge refused to let me play it as i ha proo
dzimbeck Oh jesus
dzimbeck that sucks
btcmacroecon i was going to hit play in courtroom but she freaked out on the bench said i would not play it in her courtroom!
V01D Would there be any backlash against the name bitbay in the future if a company like eBay felt threatened?
dzimbeck Yeah also realize that losing a deposit makes a victim feel like the person who screwed them paid for it
btcmacroecon protected the liar
dzimbeck I don't think so but we can always rebrand
dzimbeck there is an exchange called BitBay too
dzimbeck timing was almost the same as ours
btcmacroecon 591 price on bay on bittrex
dzimbeck we had an international presence first
dzimbeck As for price
Munti @VO1D I don't see how ebay could do something about that. But then I'm not a lawyer
dzimbeck This IS a trading channel
V01D I see, thank you
dzimbeck we should talk about the rolling peg
btcmacroecon i sold all bay at 860
dzimbeck So when the project started I wasn't the founder
btcmacroecon pissed i could have got 870
dzimbeck so I knew there had to be a way to protect investors in case something bad happened
Munti LOL
dzimbeck So the rolling peg was designed
dzimbeck similar to an economic crawling peg
dzimbeck The way it works is this: we can control the supply of the coin by simply freezing it
dzimbeck so as most coins only inflate
dzimbeck this coin does both
dzimbeck it inflates and deflates
yin :open_mouth:
dzimbeck but it only freezes the coins temporarily to stop dumps on the market
dzimbeck and it does so exactly fairly
codnose It's been a bad 24 hours for lots of alts. It will bounce back @btcmacroecon ;)
dzimbeck coins have memory in this system so each coin knows it's own liquidity
funkedelics proof to back up your claim? Munti Actually particl (then shadowcoin) tried to hire David to make the marketplace for them many years ago. When he declined, they tried to revers enginer his code. They failed :slightly_smiling_face: Posted in #trading_altcoinsToday at 7:09 PM
dzimbeck reddit
btcmacroecon yah i hope to reposition on this coin as we speak
codnose Good few days for bay recently. I'm holding since a while back
dzimbeck there is proof where I fought with veritasBS from ShadowCash
dzimbeck They tried to reverse my code
Bitbay1 Freezing via decentralized voting?
dzimbeck it was famous
funkedelics link?
Munti @funkedelics On reddit as David said. I'm sure we can find a link for you after this session is over
dzimbeck Someone else can find it
dzimbeck @funkedelics
dzimbeck It is on the blackcoin subreddit
btcmacroecon what are you doing to avoid illegal activity, kyc, and silk road activity?
dzimbeck if you wanna look
dzimbeck @btcmacroecon I have a mod key which users subscribe to
dzimbeck which is handed out
dzimbeck so decentralized mod i guess
dzimbeck also users encrypt their IP within their orders
dzimbeck so if for some reason a swat team shows up at my house I just tell them they are free to use it
kimchi What is the return or refund?..
dzimbeck In theory we shouldn't need to deal with silk road type problems
btcmacroecon id say get a fkn warrant, shut the door
dzimbeck since we don't host anything
dzimbeck That too
codnose Rolling peg sounds very interesting. Is there a link here?
dzimbeck But we don't live in a fair world @btcmacroecon
dzimbeck USA arrested a guy in Greece who was a Russian citizen
dzimbeck nonsense
btcmacroecon and those that vote i big corrupt government blame trump
dzimbeck https://bitbay.market/about/pegging/ BitBay Rolling Peg - BitBay Price volatility is cryptocurrency's biggest challenge - BitBay's rolling peg will reduce volatility by dynamically controlling supply. Learn more here.
dzimbeck Never blame Trump
dzimbeck blame military intelligence
dzimbeck and compartmentalization
Munti @codnose our site is going through a little redesign atm, but the info on the rolling peg will be back up soon
btcmacroecon new vorld odor! I blame "globalism"
imyb commented on Bitbay1’s file m2.jpg Is this really what it's going to look like?
dzimbeck :smile:
codnose Great thanks @Munti
Munti LOL, it was back up (edited)
dzimbeck well whatever powerful people do
dzimbeck it's our job to come up with solutions like unbreakable contracts
dzimbeck these contracts work in an anarchy
dzimbeck literally
dzimbeck The rolling peg is meant to allow low cap coins
dzimbeck to thrive
little_round @imyb No, it will be changed
dzimbeck because the control of supply lets us force the price
dzimbeck by voting on supply
yin damn your product sounds awesome! but you need a redesign of your website :smile:
dzimbeck so example
btcmacroecon so you in essence have a dashboard already active.
dzimbeck if a user has 1000 coins at 100% at .10 cents per coin
WeeMan Mike joined #trading_altcoins.
dzimbeck and the network deflates to 50%
dzimbeck he would have 500 coins liquid and 500 frozen
Munti @btcmacroecon What do you mean by dashboard?
dzimbeck he can move the liquid coins as much as he wants
btcmacroecon you have a marketplace or dashboard like ebay has basically?
dzimbeck the frozen coins he can move but with a penalty a one month delay
Munti @btcmacroecon Yes (edited)
dzimbeck which makes a secondary market for trading frozen coins
codnose Like the eBay dashboard right @btcmacroecon ?
dzimbeck at a more speculative value
btcmacroecon you just need to expand on it with volume
Bitbay1 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9hEpu8gZMzEcP22rMYX0Iw/videos YouTube BitBay Official BitBay youtube channel
dzimbeck we can assume his liquid coins would be worth about double than before if demand is about the same
btcmacroecon do you offer any affiliate programs to market for that volume?
dzimbeck Good idea
dzimbeck @btcmacroecon Working on that now
dzimbeck We have just started discussions about incentives
dzimbeck @kimchi please elaborate
dzimbeck return or refund on what?
kimchi I bought shoes. But what if a brick comes? There is an image on top that sells shoes.
dzimbeck Then seller would pay 100 dollars
dzimbeck if you blow it up
dzimbeck so negotiate a refund
dzimbeck the seller will most definitely reconsider
dzimbeck since he doesn't want to pay 100 dollars to be a joker
dzimbeck You can cancel contracts
dzimbeck returning all funds
Anoeng joined #trading_altcoins.
dzimbeck upon mutual consent
dzimbeck everything is consent
btcmacroecon does bitbay have the ability to accept payment in a variety of cryptocurrency? I think that's where volume could come in, or a gateway to exchange tokens and buyer / seller can arrive at payment and yet can be worked via bitbay smart contract or escrowing? could that work, is it possible, if not care to explore it?
dzimbeck the way a contract should be
dzimbeck Yes
codnose Ha that's awesome actually. Why would a seller send anything else knowing they'd lose their deposit ?
dzimbeck You can use Ark to pay
dzimbeck Bay is only used as a deposit
dzimbeck you might have to specify the coins you would accept in your contract
ulyssessyoungo nice
ulyssessyoungo i like that
btcmacroecon and what about dogecoin for example?
codnose Yeah that's cool
ulyssessyoungo Definitely adds to the viability of the platform
codnose Whatcoin? Lol
dzimbeck yeah codnose it forces honesty
dzimbeck and the same for employees
Munti @btcmacroecon Also, our platform is very broad. You can use it for almost anything. We already had all kinds of things sold there from pins to property. Many coins have also been sold there. Our market is like an improved localbitcoin. Binary opptions is also you can find on our marketoplace regularly. And I'm sure we havent even scrathced the surface yet. In the future we will have API's so ppl can tailor their own version of our marketplace.
dzimbeck if I hire someone using this system
btcmacroecon ok deposit only, making more sense now
ulyssessyoungo BAY as a currency would certainly take off best after the Rolling Peg
dzimbeck they better do what they say
ulyssessyoungo but in the meantime that's awesome that you can use other coins
dzimbeck I actually used to it motivate myself
Bitbay1 Why not sell Ark for Bay on the market :slightly_smiling_face:
Bitbay1 or Btc
dzimbeck had my friend blow up my money if I didn't do my daily errands
dzimbeck imagine having 10 grand deterrent
dzimbeck :smile:
bivins Greetings
dzimbeck You can trade coins on the market
dzimbeck especially microtrade
codnose You bought some land using this you said @Munti ?
dzimbeck but it is slow
dzimbeck for that I recommend atomic trade
dzimbeck It's not that fast paced trading that traders demand...
dzimbeck but
codnose No worries about losing any money ? I take it it wasn't just a few dollars
dzimbeck Someone did sell IOTA on our platform
dzimbeck and did lots of deals
Bitbay1 yes before IOTA came into the exchanges
Munti @codnose Yes I did. Got the paperwork in the mail today. 5 acres of land in California. (And I live in Norway) (edited)
prasanth can we stake coins in the market client??
Munti Yes
dzimbeck Staking is done using 2 keys
dzimbeck so you can actually stake over LAN too
tranzer Could BitBay somehow bridge with Ark and offer their services to Ark users?
dzimbeck using 2 computers
dzimbeck it's called "cold staking"
dzimbeck no hacking is possible here
dzimbeck ever
dzimbeck you can hide keys in images
btcmacroecon ok i admit failure on setting up CoinURL as I tried to set up online store, to sell some code, my wildlife photography, and rocks and gems I prospect, I'd like to set up BitBay on an Iframe into my site, and capture affiliate biz. Sounds like this is almost possible, and I could sell my jade right through my site, at least offer it up, right?
dzimbeck and have dual passwords and use 2 computers to sign transactions automated
Munti @tranzer We would have to look into that. But I don't see any reason why we could not.
dzimbeck We need a web wallet
dzimbeck that is our biggest challenge
dzimbeck since I made this with a "security first" attitude
dzimbeck being a cryptographer (edited)
dzimbeck I forgot the reason to make everything web based
Munti @btcmacroecon We are not quite there yet, but yes, that's where we're going
dzimbeck Didn't want to sacrifice security
dzimbeck now I realize there is a need for web based platforms
codnose I follow you on twitter and saw that mentioned the other day. It's coming soon? @dzimbeck
dzimbeck that sacrifice a little security for speed and ease of use in phones
dzimbeck A web wallet?
codnose Yeah
dzimbeck Yeah well we will have a basic web wallet very soon
dzimbeck its actually a very nice one (edited)
dzimbeck But I was referring to a market wallet
dzimbeck one with the full contract implementation
dzimbeck we hope to do that after the peg is successful
Munti Keep an eye on our next weekly update (sunday) for roadmap for the rest of this year. You will get details there
dzimbeck since it's more important to deliver on what I promise
dzimbeck than to make up new features
dzimbeck aka "scope creep" a programmers worst enemy
mergatroid Hello
dzimbeck Hi
mergatroid Please comment on recent news around SEC delistings on bittrex - what steps are you taking to communicate with user base as to whether your a security and what you plan to do if you are classified as such
dzimbeck The rolling peg is the priority
dzimbeck Since Tether is unreliable
dzimbeck this is a decentralized peg
dzimbeck that isn't fixed at a certain price
dzimbeck so it can "roll" the price up
codnose Sounds like you have a lot of nice things planned :)
dzimbeck so it starts at say 5 cents
dzimbeck and slowly rolls up to 10 cents
dzimbeck over X amount of time
dzimbeck after that we would love to focus on web implementations
dzimbeck however anyone who wants to plug this into their site should contact us, we can set up some API calls for sure
Munti @mergatroid I just became aware of the SEC issue on Bittrex today, and have not had time to study it. But going by the little I did read, it doesn't seem to be a problem for us.
mergatroid Ok - so no plan so far understand
dzimbeck we aren't a security
dzimbeck because we don't pay dividends
mergatroid Thankyou
codnose Just on your website now @dzimbeck @Munti
dr10 OK we are approaching 1 hour mark. If you guys have any questions left, go ahead. Anything bitbay.market team would like to add or tell - feel free to do.
V01D Thanks for your time bitbay team
dzimbeck Thanks for doing this! It was fun. And maybe I have a few questions about Ark later
dzimbeck :slightly_smiling_face:
codnose Looking good. Thanks for stopping by :)
dzimbeck Any other questions?
dzimbeck Perhaps regarding the peg, contracts or markets?
Boris Is dzimbeck a god?
dzimbeck :smile:
dzimbeck no
dzimbeck I bleed
codnose Haha I'd heard that too
codnose At least in coding terms lol
dr10 Thank you David and Bjørn for taking the time to do this AMA! All the best with the project and you are always welcome to hang around our Slack
Munti If anyone wants more info, you are welcome to our slack http://bitbay.market/wp-login.php?action=slack-invitation
dzimbeck Honestly a little bit of effort is all these things take
dzimbeck Thanks dr10
Munti Thanks for having us. This was fun
submitted by Dr10tv to BitBay [link] [comments]

Native Russian speakers/linguists, does this text read like the sort of English written by Russians? Or does it seem crafted to look that way?

This is the text posted by the group allegedly responsible for hacking an NSA-associated entity called "Equation Group". Some have speculated that this text is obviously crafted to look Russian, while not actually being Russian. Any thoughts? Text below. I really can't tell, because I'm not a linguist. I hope there are some experts / Russian speakers around who can help or share their expertise. Should this question be inappropriate here, please let me know.
Background information here:
http://www.dailydot.com/layer8/shadow-brokers-nsa-equation-group-hack/
http://arstechnica.com/security/2016/08/group-claims-to-hack-nsa-tied-hackers-posts-exploits-as-proof/
!!! Attention government sponsors of cyber warfare and those who profit from it !!!!
How much you pay for enemies cyber weapons? Not malware you find in networks. Both sides, RAT + LP, full state sponsor tool set? We find cyber weapons made by creators of stuxnet, duqu, flame. Kaspersky calls Equation Group. We follow Equation Group traffic. We find Equation Group source range. We hack Equation Group. We find many many Equation Group cyber weapons. You see pictures. We give you some Equation Group files free, you see. This is good proof no? You enjoy!!! You break many things. You find many intrusions. You write many words. But not all, we are auction the best files.
(...)
Auction Instructions
We auction best files to highest bidder. Auction files better than stuxnet. Auction files better than free files we already give you. The party which sends most bitcoins to address: [censored] before bidding stops is winner, we tell how to decrypt. Very important!!! When you send bitcoin you add additional output to transaction. You add OP_Return output. In Op_Return output you put your (bidder) contact info. We suggest use bitmessage or I2P-bote email address. No other information will be disclosed by us publicly. Do not believe unsigned messages. We will contact winner with decryption instructions. Winner can do with files as they please, we not release files to public.
FAQ
Q: Why I want auction files, why send bitcoin? A: If you like free files (proof), you send bitcoin. If you want know your networks hacked, you send bitcoin. If you want hack networks as like equation group, you send bitcoin. If you want reverse, write many words, make big name for self, get many customers, you send bitcoin. If want to know what we take, you send bitcoin.
Q: What is in auction files? A: Is secret. Equation Group not know what lost. We want Equation Group to bid so we keep secret. You bid against Equation Group, win and find out or bid pump price up, piss them off, everyone wins.
Q: What if bid and no win, get bitcoins back? A: Sorry lose bidding war lose bitcoin and files. Lose Lose. Bid to win! But maybe not total loss. Instead to losers we give consolation prize. If our auction raises 1,000,000 (million) btc total, then we dump more Equation Group files, same quality, unencrypted, for free, to everyone.
Q: When does auction end? A: Unknown. When we feel is time to end. Keep bidding until we announce winner.
Q: Why I trust you? A: No trust, risk. You like reward, you take risk, maybe win, maybe not, no guarantees. There could be hack, steal, jail, dead, or war tomorrow. You worry more, protect self from other bidders, trolls, and haters.
Closing Remarks
!!! Attention Wealthy Elites !!!
We have final message for "Wealthy Elites". We know what is wealthy but what is Elites? Elites is making laws protect self and friends, lie and fuck other peoples. Elites is breaking laws, regular peoples go to jail, life ruin, family ruin, but not Elites. Elites is breaking laws, many peoples know Elites guilty, Elites call top friends at law enforcement and government agencies, offer bribes, make promise future handjobs, (but no blowjobs). Elites top friends announce, no law broken, no crime commit. Reporters (not call journalist) make living say write only nice things about Elites, convince dumb cattle, is just politics, everything is awesome, check out our ads and our prostitutes. Then Elites runs for president. Why run for president when already control country like dictatorship? What this have do with fun Cyber Weapons Auction? We want make sure Wealthy Elite recognizes the danger cyber weapons, this message, our auction, poses to their wealth and control. Let us spell out for Elites. Your wealth and control depends on electronic data. You see what "Equation Group" can do. You see what cryptolockers and stuxnet can do. You see free files we give for free. You see attacks on banks and SWIFT in news. Maybe there is Equation Group version of cryptolocker+stuxnet for banks and financial systems? If Equation Group lose control of cyber weapons, who else lose or find cyber weapons? If electronic data go bye bye where leave Wealthy Elites? Maybe with dumb cattle? "Do you feel in charge?" Wealthy Elites, you send bitcoins, you bid in auction, maybe big advantage for you?
submitted by t00th0rn to russian [link] [comments]

[OFFER] Get your business website, personal website, online store, forum or platform from $30 (Web development and design)

Get your company website, personal website, online store, crypto platform, forum or script from Web4Crypto.
Fully functional and easy to edit websites based on Wordpress, WooCommerce, pricing between $30-$70 and timeframe between 24 hours-3 days, 3 months free email support.
Pay with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero or other cryptos. 10% discount for payments in Monero. Escrow accepted.
If you dont have bitcoin yet, buy bitcoin with Amazon gift card, Paypal, credit card or cash at https://paxful.com, https://liberalcoins.com, https://coinatmradar.com or /cash4cash. If you find it difficult to get bitcoin, PM me and we find a solution.
For custom solutions with HTML CSS JavaScript PHP SQL Python Node.js Bash Java please send an email to retprogramisto(at)bitmessage.ch
Send a PM, visit https://web4crypto.xyz or email retprogramisto(at)bitmessage.ch for a free consultation.
submitted by retprogramisto to slavelabour [link] [comments]

Halo schedule and the conference.

So from the conference we have increased in numbers and popularity. We were by far the most crowded booth! I was asked to speak at the Texas conference next year(among others), met with Paypal and started discussion of integration, collaborated with several developers, met with a dev team from Intel and got a promise for a very small amount of seed capital. We can however use it to pull in angel investors. The crypto market in general has been low in volume and people will need time to see the full power of the program and to get tired of the zero sum game on coinmarketcap. So don't worry about the price there is a few things I think are the reason for lack of volume. The first reason is obvious... we didn't get enough exposure yet for POS 2.0 and Halo. The things take time and marketing. The next reason is because aside from onion network which is somewhat compromised, there is a lack of use of the client in the real world. We want the world to be free so there a very large userbase to reach and it will take time. We need a better UI and Api! After this, greater usage will come once people see the full vision implemented in the client! So people need to see markets, pools, chat, jobs and a full on economy at their fingertips. This is coming we are working around the clock to get it to happen. Furthermore, the Blackcoin HFT centric exchange and NightTrader online exchange are coming and they WILL draw volume and price. Why? Because ask yourself this: what do Bitcoin and Litecoin have in common aside from being early? They are all used on exchanges as a reserve currency. Once Blackcoin is a reserve on both exchanges its volume will spike and the price will stabilize. Add this to the fact that NightTrader is getting two exchanges. The boom is coming not only for Blackcoin but a massive change in crypto is on the way. This story has only begun. So as I have my work cut out for me we have picked up 2 new major team members. Here is what to expect in the upcoming period.
*Linux/Mac (Sorry I'm late we have the build done I was in transit) *Bug Fixes *BitHalo for download *API *NightTrader exchange *Other features stated on the site *Channels and the economy inside the client(the best part) *New UI *Bitmessage fix *Perfecting the client, adding more features etc *And then the moon!
These a things coming as soon as possible so keep posted and keep spreading the word, reach out to angels, news, market, help develop, start bounties etc we are starting to make an impact. Keep your head up! We have people who want to help. The api will be huge since it will allow more developers to come in from outside. We need bounties and marketers. My team is now at least 5 members and growing. Unlike other companies this is not vaporware. This is the real deal no BS client. Lets rock cryptoland!
submitted by dzimbeck to blackcoin [link] [comments]

DNS Is Back - Darknet Design Services, Hosting, & e-Commerce Development. Start your own darknet site today.

Hello everyone! DNS is back!
Well, we never really left, but have been busy on a separate project we'll be announcing at the beginning of the new year.
With work tapering down on the project we've decided to re-announce our return to darknet design & development services.

Darknet Site Design Service

Some of our past sites that were popular include Cat Fact 1.0 and 2.0, DPRK Darknet Market, Project Genesis, as well as several vendor sites.
We don't just upload a stock script, set it up, and call it a day - we offer custom design and development for your site to appear and function exactly as you want.
Of course we can also offer stock scripts, if clients prefer, and modify it to be able to use on the darknet since many stock scripts don't work properly (or securely) on the darknet.

Stock Scripts

Just a few of the stock scripts we already have modified to work on the darknet are:

Custom Scripts

Along with custom built scripts to emulate the designed of the functions of clearnet sites, such as :

Custom Front-End Framework

Front End Framework is the code called css that defines the site style and appearance that the users see on their browsers.
For custom sites, we are not limited to custom HTML but rather have a selection of frameworks we can use to make the site appear beautiful and run great with minimal CSS (in most cases).
Just some of the options for the framework (the code that determines how the site appears to users):

Hosting

We do not offer hosting upfront as a stand-alone package, but do offer hosting for any sites that are built. Our reasoning is that if one knows enough to configure their own server for Tor, they should set up their own server and manage it - offering users access to our servers in the past caused several issues, and it’s not something we’re going to spend time on this go around.
The majority was not malicious users, but rather users that set incorrect configurations which we’d often have to spend hours to locate and fix, since most users failed to backup their servers and a simple rollback was not permitted without potentially losing customer data.
So, instead of hosting packages of different types, we’re just offering standard fees for hosting on the server. Instead of using a series on small, medium, and large servers (simplified but based on server resources) we just have one big server running a VM instance for each clients site.
So, for hosting a site that was designed by us, we have defined the price by the type of site that is hosted.
Site Type Size PHP SQL 1 Month 3 Month 6 Month 1 Year
Basic 32mb YES NO $1.00 $2.50 $4.00 $6.00
Novelty 512mb YES YES $3.00 $8.00 $12.00 $20.00
Forum 2gb YES YES $8.00 $20.00 $30.00 $50.00
Vendor 4gb YES YES $10.00 $25.00 $40.00 $60.00
Market 25gb YES YES $100.00 $250.00 $400.00 $600.00
We’ve tried to make the price low enough so that even the most basic of vendors or individuals starting our can have their own site. If you still can’t afford it, just contact us and we’ll work something out. We also offer custom onion sites that we can generate and use for your site. Below are the prices for generating them. This is a one time fee, although there is an additional fee for adding more than 1 onion site to your account as a separate site or mirror. Additional Onion Sites:
Custom Characters Time Needed Price
4 <1 Minute FREE
5 5 Minute $5.00
6 30 Minutes $10.00
7 2 Hours $20.00
8 1 Day $50.00
9 3 Days $100.00
10 1 Week $250.00
Each clients site is jailed to it’s own VM and network, and communicates through a WHOINX server meaning that the clients VM can only access TOR through the WHOINX server - it is not connected physically to the internet in any way.
This way if the front end server has problems due to malicious behavior, only the front end will be shut down and taken offline - the clients files on the backend server will never be compromised. This also prevents a large number of web based attacks to unobscure the servers information and location.

Design & Development Prices

Each site has it’s own unique requirements, and as such as can only give estimates. For some the estimate may be more, others it may be cheaper than the actual price. For instance, our basic sites are set at $25, but if you only want a landing page with your email and PGP key the actual price will be closer to $10. On the other hand, if you want a 200 page reference site that can fit within 10mb the actual price will be closer to $50. So, with that in mind, here are estimates for just a few of the site types we can offer:
A few notes.

PGP Key

-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK----- Version: GnuPG v1 mQENBFQvbFoBCACtAPpIfWvfap7jXDUB75J7VLWhRtERfBvAlg65KdTZ+94mwZaP h0O5h99UYw8PHfwaTB3VlXAWungglhu6vmCNwicvqEpKtSmJk72uRwQWn9qC3DAX ti/anbKXUnUORdVElELzIDAklyB0qWT2kk8lj4qHEiY0q1tlTrOjJ+sNTXd7OkU4 BEPpi2jD7BYEXmdxHIgP6A4JLcnsLlXpWKTy6klX4nP9HO2OIEThIfcPUevOq1lK U7EH1KPXYBDz8aPa/alAz8EWgrkIRMp986DEMQhF10F0QEsFx2y3cuph5D20fWp9 nOWUjVYU1OYtgbV24z5ZTTNASbrZKm3/zyifABEBAAG0Q0RhcmtuZXQgU29sdXRp b25zIChodHRwczovL2RhcmtuZXRzb2x1dGlvbnMuY29tKSA8ZG5zQGxlbGFudG9z Lm9yZz6JATYEEwEKACAFAlQvbFoCGwMFCwkIBwMFFQoJCAsEFgIBAAIeAQIXgAAK CRBNq3hzOzobNzpJB/9kGUK8E3L9pbWqaH3gzVLHT9nDhSoow6l3ezqLP3ZBhKY5 CoYiYJfc2XwmkrR1TkjiUsweFsjqK1CPngA3Fiu7uw+dGzYc9SNk52aNkmUiLQN5 Fl6wKGBjy2OHdqZ8AfLw27JzKqEtWyrCkz4GBuG2h7FHvOzGvQIYO2V2TOCsCXFd UuutGrgZsTNy6yq3vJSirCXgFnbexyvkLhjNwkJ3lIY2EBb+3kJWIRQRZwjZGib9 SBt0k9wQMP0KhQbzKzWnJ+Pw0s6gwUYynCLEojUMzO2bWHIDVYK8Nsn9m0oCdpGb GMjNUFx/qObXF+yfMsAdrYc7pvkocxwu6Yki3ChAuQENBFQvbFoBCAC9zVRH7e1a KkCZlOkBuWJVt4DX4RToJD+JtRA1anhGtCBSTsnPo7uEDTKSbcQcsXCqiz4BITLp wPDCs8F8DtOI3olpNw9IbMTSduVk+uu1X2/Idp1PRCgxZU/lFa3Q28b3IXGoNzg8 NJTXVCDLBEpHmMFTCESsT/odF31yuzi3IfZ3bybO13Ouwlrgew9HVixsuAy+fwHN jhNMlxBXtC8zYxtjH759fXEmWu3o4wsO6GeERGaSnmfg+uvD+xOmuKNmLo+GnXUP Y7n0mbmwK1/eO02XH/WFfUoVwNDG7LtbY2Tmigk7f2vwY1WC65pXELZt7B5/ZGDX PuZPn8cC/SbXABEBAAGJAR8EGAEKAAkFAlQvbFoCGwwACgkQTat4czs6Gzcwbgf/ f5Sq3vpBV1y0A26mZ/7cGBKuUAMQh6nXYJZ9IqPmB3ZAohrsb3TqKT8XK+MrsO1C uZO83ehIIENs2X7XZAyGuhDIaHivyL8hvWNiDpWLqiiSkdRolvGNpHqZZnnaEssG jirLg+O7T/xWXZZ5dniLMHg+qFtVCTOmxwKmTRM8KUy3MFn141h8irT98al3Gm/8 VtPK+M0CRmlPpNdY62Szzl4IwOrRznDtR84j1k5HLfuUeUruCqKFjXCUlitSlMl6 hCJBWuGkmzVZ/eUwanSk82uQZ4FqaHQql8fjqI1WBJrWkPhYBDfYVH8wewCRkAkl jyCOo1O6ZW/M2HYe/AYdxg== =6uVT -----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK----- 

Contact

PM On Reddit [email protected] Bitmessage: BM-NBM3N8cVucFzaBXHSco1Lf8CE9BRV5Y3
submitted by darknetsolutions to onions [link] [comments]

Russian speaking linguists, does this text read like the sort of English written by Russians? Or does it seem crafted to look that way?

This is the text posted by the group allegedly responsible for hacking an NSA-associated entity called "Equation Group". Some have speculated that this text is obviously crafted to look Russian, while not actually being Russian. Any thoughts? Text below. I really can't tell, because I'm not a linguist. I hope there are some experts / Russian speakers around who can help or share their expertise. Should this question be inappropriate here, please let me know.
Background information here:
http://www.dailydot.com/layer8/shadow-brokers-nsa-equation-group-hack/
http://arstechnica.com/security/2016/08/group-claims-to-hack-nsa-tied-hackers-posts-exploits-as-proof/
!!! Attention government sponsors of cyber warfare and those who profit from it !!!!
How much you pay for enemies cyber weapons? Not malware you find in networks. Both sides, RAT + LP, full state sponsor tool set? We find cyber weapons made by creators of stuxnet, duqu, flame. Kaspersky calls Equation Group. We follow Equation Group traffic. We find Equation Group source range. We hack Equation Group. We find many many Equation Group cyber weapons. You see pictures. We give you some Equation Group files free, you see. This is good proof no? You enjoy!!! You break many things. You find many intrusions. You write many words. But not all, we are auction the best files.
(...)
Auction Instructions
We auction best files to highest bidder. Auction files better than stuxnet. Auction files better than free files we already give you. The party which sends most bitcoins to address: [censored] before bidding stops is winner, we tell how to decrypt. Very important!!! When you send bitcoin you add additional output to transaction. You add OP_Return output. In Op_Return output you put your (bidder) contact info. We suggest use bitmessage or I2P-bote email address. No other information will be disclosed by us publicly. Do not believe unsigned messages. We will contact winner with decryption instructions. Winner can do with files as they please, we not release files to public.
FAQ
Q: Why I want auction files, why send bitcoin? A: If you like free files (proof), you send bitcoin. If you want know your networks hacked, you send bitcoin. If you want hack networks as like equation group, you send bitcoin. If you want reverse, write many words, make big name for self, get many customers, you send bitcoin. If want to know what we take, you send bitcoin.
Q: What is in auction files? A: Is secret. Equation Group not know what lost. We want Equation Group to bid so we keep secret. You bid against Equation Group, win and find out or bid pump price up, piss them off, everyone wins.
Q: What if bid and no win, get bitcoins back? A: Sorry lose bidding war lose bitcoin and files. Lose Lose. Bid to win! But maybe not total loss. Instead to losers we give consolation prize. If our auction raises 1,000,000 (million) btc total, then we dump more Equation Group files, same quality, unencrypted, for free, to everyone.
Q: When does auction end? A: Unknown. When we feel is time to end. Keep bidding until we announce winner.
Q: Why I trust you? A: No trust, risk. You like reward, you take risk, maybe win, maybe not, no guarantees. There could be hack, steal, jail, dead, or war tomorrow. You worry more, protect self from other bidders, trolls, and haters.
Closing Remarks
!!! Attention Wealthy Elites !!!
We have final message for "Wealthy Elites". We know what is wealthy but what is Elites? Elites is making laws protect self and friends, lie and fuck other peoples. Elites is breaking laws, regular peoples go to jail, life ruin, family ruin, but not Elites. Elites is breaking laws, many peoples know Elites guilty, Elites call top friends at law enforcement and government agencies, offer bribes, make promise future handjobs, (but no blowjobs). Elites top friends announce, no law broken, no crime commit. Reporters (not call journalist) make living say write only nice things about Elites, convince dumb cattle, is just politics, everything is awesome, check out our ads and our prostitutes. Then Elites runs for president. Why run for president when already control country like dictatorship? What this have do with fun Cyber Weapons Auction? We want make sure Wealthy Elite recognizes the danger cyber weapons, this message, our auction, poses to their wealth and control. Let us spell out for Elites. Your wealth and control depends on electronic data. You see what "Equation Group" can do. You see what cryptolockers and stuxnet can do. You see free files we give for free. You see attacks on banks and SWIFT in news. Maybe there is Equation Group version of cryptolocker+stuxnet for banks and financial systems? If Equation Group lose control of cyber weapons, who else lose or find cyber weapons? If electronic data go bye bye where leave Wealthy Elites? Maybe with dumb cattle? "Do you feel in charge?" Wealthy Elites, you send bitcoins, you bid in auction, maybe big advantage for you?
submitted by t00th0rn to asklinguistics [link] [comments]

[OFFER] Web design, development, scripting | Monero accepted

Get a complete website for desktop and mobile from $30 or a script from $10.

10% discount for payments in Monero

Website

Type Framework Price
Company website Wordpress, Drupal $50
Blog Wordpress, Drupal $30
Online store Magento, WooCommerce $100
Social network, intranet HumHub $100
Forum MyBB $30
Custom website layout Bootstrap, HTML, CSS, JS $30-$50
PSD-to-HTML Bootstrap, HTML, CSS, JS $30-$50
Price includes:
You must provide the website content (text and images). I can provide public domain stock images.
Time frame: 2 days - 1 week

Scripting

Type Language Price
Repair or extend code HTML, CSS $10
Repair or extend script PHP, JavaScript, Node.js, Python, Bash $20-$50
Automation, scraper, crawler PHP, Node.js, Python, Bash $20-$50
Custom script PHP, JavaScript, Node.js, Python, Bash $20-$50
Price depends on complexity.
Time frame: 1-5 days

Payment

Payment in Bitcoin, Monero or other cryptocurrencies ( https://shapeshift.io/ ).
Buy bitcoin anonymously with cash or gift card at https://localbitcoins.com/ .

Other profiles

https://www.xbtfreelancer.com/use12525
https://www.cryptogrind.com/profile/593e3146c86879422002f4af
https://github.com/retprogramisto

Contact

Send a PM
Start a chat on XBTFreelancer or Cryptogrind
Send an email: retprogramisto[ɑt]bitmessage.ch (PGP key)
Jabber / XMPP: retprogramisto[ɑt]jwchat.org
Bitmessage: BM-2cXhMmnP6pBaoeeNGWf3HNW82oxPEdtMU8
submitted by retprogramisto to moneromarket [link] [comments]

Log of AMA with bitbay.market - @dzimbeck (David Zimbeck), @Munti (Bjørn Alsos)

dr10 Let us all welcome team from :bitbay: bitbay.market :bitbay: - @dzimbeck (David zimbeck ) and @Munti (Bjørn Alsos). You can all start asking them questions. I'd ask team from bitbay.market to use @ username to the one they are responding to and I'd like to ask all the community to give them some time to catch up if too many questions in backlog, before asking more so questions don't get lost. Thank you!
dzimbeck Hi
dr10 Hello
Munti Hi
dzimbeck Wow you guys have quite the slack. 7k people
dzimbeck very professional site too, always noticed that
dr10 haha, yeah grew a bit over time
dzimbeck Also a decent domain.
arigard @dzimbeck Man, I remember you from back in the day in Blackcoin
dzimbeck Haha yes that is where I started
dr10 okay guys, start with your questions :wink:
Munti Is there anyone helping us keep track of any questions we might miss because we are busy answering?
dzimbeck But I'm not the dev of Blackcoin
dzimbeck I only wrote Halo into it because I needed an alt
dr10 I have an eye on the chat and people notice when you didnt answer it, dont worry :smile:
dzimbeck and didn't want to start a pump thing
tranzer What is BitBay in few words. Are you anonymous marketplace? (edited)
dzimbeck Unbreakable contracts, Anonymous serverless markets and rolling peg
dzimbeck all of those features are extremely important for decentralization and computer science in general
dzimbeck "Unbreakable contracts" is the non-technical term for "Double deposit escrow"
dzimbeck It works by both parties placing a deposit in a joint account
dzimbeck and if they cheat each other they both lose their funds when the time limit expires
dzimbeck making the contract somewhat unbreakable
dzimbeck regardless of what is agreed to
btcmacroecon what if one cheats the other?
dzimbeck since it's a joint account
btcmacroecon hunt them down?
dzimbeck you need that person to sign off
dzimbeck so they lose money
dzimbeck they can't cheat you
dzimbeck example:
dzimbeck you want to buy a guitar
dzimbeck which costs 100 dollars
dzimbeck so you put up a deposit of 100 and also 100 into the joint account
dzimbeck the seller also puts up 100 to guarantee shipping and their own honesty
dzimbeck when the seller sends the guitar if you steal it
dzimbeck then seller won't sign off on the contract
dzimbeck causing both parties to lose money
dzimbeck (you just paid 200 for a 100 dollar it)
dzimbeck So this forces users to work together
dzimbeck better than E-bay with arbiters
dzimbeck in fact.. I am shocked this isn't the industry standard
tranzer Are there any limits on how much can someone sell or buy item for?
dzimbeck I've been doing this for 4 years since BitHalo started
Munti When you use double deposit escrow, your protection is based upon the fact that no one can gain anything by breaking the deal. That pretty much eliminates scammers as there is no incentive for them.
btcmacroecon what if the seller "says" the other stole the guitar, when in reality it was received, it's jus seller wont sign off on it to be a dick
dzimbeck No limits
dzimbeck and deposits are negotiable (edited)
donze Nice idea
ulyssessyoungo interesting
dzimbeck @btcmacroecon Because the seller will lose money if he does
Munti I actually just bought a property in our marketplace. Got the paperwork in the mail today
donze Your market is active?
dzimbeck Being a dick doesn't profit a dime
donze Or work in progress
dzimbeck It actually costs money to be a dick
dzimbeck which is what we WANT
arigard @dzimbeck is that similar to the two way mad escrow Particl are working on?
ulyssessyoungo I like the sound of that
dzimbeck we want jerks to be broke
dzimbeck we want politicians to be the ones begging for food on the street
ulyssessyoungo do you have any system beyond that
Munti Our marketplace has been operational since early 2015
ulyssessyoungo to see if people honor the contracts?
ulyssessyoungo like user history or something
dzimbeck Oh there is tons of systems in BitBay
little_round Particl took it from bitbay
dzimbeck we actually have a wall of features
ulyssessyoungo I mean like
ulyssessyoungo say a guy has a history of blowing up contracts
dzimbeck http://bitbay.market/wall
ulyssessyoungo are those people easily identified as bad business?
tranzer Do you have numbers of how many people "were dicks" and how much was already agreed upon in your marketplace (like yearly turnaround)?
dzimbeck Yes
dzimbeck You can see how many contracts their profile has blown up
dzimbeck so you can mathematically calculate what their deposit should be!
dzimbeck It's like the perfect escrow for p2p transactions
ulyssessyoungo that's nice
Munti Actually particl (then shadowcoin) tried to hire David to make the marketplace for them many years ago. When he declined, they tried to revers enginer his code. They failed :slightly_smiling_face:
ulyssessyoungo So like a reputation system?
ulyssessyoungo I always check vendor reputations on alibaba, amazon etc.
arigard @Munti really? Interesting..
dzimbeck And it's been working for 3+ years it was actually the worlds first smart contracts
dzimbeck Yep
btcmacroecon is there a scenario when a seller would lose money if it harmed the buyer, even if seller loses money, adversely affecting the buyer, even if guitar received, to cause buyer to lose money? Or woul buyer come out ahead cause of guitar, or would that mean net loss for buyer in this scenario, despite "seller wouldn't do it cause he loses money assumption"
dzimbeck we have a reputation system
dzimbeck Yes you are right
dzimbeck but consider this @btcmacroecon
shtand Does the seller always match 100% of the value of what they're selling?
dzimbeck The seller does cause buyer to lose
dzimbeck but now they have proof they are blowing up contracts
dzimbeck who would want to work with that seller later?
dzimbeck Also that seller would be asked in future deals for a LARGER deposit
btcmacroecon ok and ebay has good marketplace for reputation.
dzimbeck meaning being a jerk is progressive;y cost inhibitive
dzimbeck And this reputation system there is no way to lie about it
Munti @dzimbeck I just noticed we both forget to use @ to make it clear who we are answering
dzimbeck because there is cryptographic proof you blew up the funds
btcmacroecon ok good to wait for established track record
dzimbeck I will use the @ more thanks
dzimbeck @shtand Not always
ulyssessyoungo eBay is good with the reputation system but not so much the arbitration
ulyssessyoungo so that makes me interested in alternatives
dzimbeck matching 1:1 is a great way to deal with strangers you don't trust
dzimbeck But a great seller might only put up 10%
ulyssessyoungo i've been screwed selling some high ticket items on ebay before, not terribly so but enough to make me wonder what the point of a middleman is if they just side with the buyer in most cases
dzimbeck exactly!!
donze safex will be full anonymous and will give dividends to those who own it, what are the advantages of bitbay other than being ahead in the roadmap?
dzimbeck But guys this isn't just buying and selling
dzimbeck who here has outsourced?
btcmacroecon What about where damage or not represented product as advertised? same thing? comes down to reputation scores?
dzimbeck @donze that would be the rolling peg we will get to that
arigard Does Bitbay have any anon functionality?
dzimbeck @btcmacroecon Realize a seller loses funds for damaged items if blown up. He will be much more motivated to work with buyer than he would be in e-bay
dzimbeck BitBays markets are anon
Munti @ donze If safex is able to pay dividends, they will need to take that money from somewhere. Fees? We have no fees (edited)
dzimbeck because they use Bitmessage
dzimbeck and we don't bloat the blockchain
dzimbeck because Bitmessage is p2p
dzimbeck and no chain is used
shtand what's determining who a 'great seller' is and what % they need to match then?
dzimbeck thus no servers
kimchi ...where does bitbay profit come from?
tranzer How is BitBay team being funded?
dzimbeck sender is hidden because messages are passed around making it hard to find the origin
dzimbeck decoding messages is plausible deniability because nobody knows if you have decryption key
dzimbeck (a market is a shared key)
dzimbeck @shtand A great seller would be someone with tons of contracts that didn't blow up
RQDxRocket joined #trading_altcoins.
arigard What about transactions, are they hidden too?
Munti @kimchi BitBay in itself does not need profit. The holders of the coin will get their profit from higher value because we gain adoption. and we are years ahead in this race, so should have a decent chance to increase price a lot
dzimbeck @kimchi I don't profit much from BitBay. We are mostly self funded
moon joined #trading_altcoins.
ulyssessyoungo Yeah it's not a centralized service so i don't see why it would need "profit" given that it's just a network
btcmacroecon does bitbay have any interest in their service being used with other projects to form a marketplace? any room for collaboration if buyers / sellers can be rounded up for establishing marketplace, reputation, including commodity trading?
ulyssessyoungo BAY is POS right?
tranzer Is BitBay POS or mineable or what consensus algo does it use?
dzimbeck @arigard Transactions aren't anon
dzimbeck but I'm a big ffan of zero knowledge proofs
dzimbeck There is ways to hide the person broadcasting using Bitmessage
dzimbeck but I haven't implemented
dzimbeck I'm a purist so if an anon route is chosen later then it will be on a very high level
arigard Will you be looking to do those kinds of things in the future? Maybe something like Zerocoin etc?
dzimbeck @tranzer POS
kimchi When can I see the beta version?
Munti @kimchi Also, Double deposit escrow ties up a lot of money, so when marketplace becomes really active , that will have tremendous impact on coin supply (reduced supply because of DDE). An average daily turnover on our marketplace of 1k dollars can create demand for as much as 30k-50k dollars worth of Bay (edited)
dzimbeck Maybe a side chain arigard
dzimbeck Since the main chain doesn't need to be anon
dzimbeck also anon would interfere with the rolling peg
dzimbeck Jesus zero proof:heart_eyes:
dzimbeck depending on what i choose for it
donze What is actual year trade volume of bitbay?
Munti @btcmacroecon BitBay is open for working with partners
dzimbeck @ulyssessyoungo yeah profit from escrow is not wise since it eliminates the middle man, we would not want the liability
dzimbeck also I meant to say earlier
dzimbeck these contracts work with employees too
dzimbeck so an employee is forced to honor his/her word
dzimbeck and employer is forced to pay
dzimbeck so no more unreliable outsourcers
Munti @donze Trade volume varies a lot like it does for most coins
dzimbeck It's been over a million a lot
btcmacroecon what do you think about creating a trading floor for commodities, or whatever "product" or "service" say "electronics" or "beer" or "metals"
dzimbeck but then it goes down to 50-500k
dzimbeck We don't fake our volume
dzimbeck :smile:
dzimbeck that is why, this is a very organic project
dzimbeck You see I used to be BitHalo
dzimbeck which was years before Ethereum
dzimbeck and was hired on to the BitBay project, the people who hired me disappeared
dzimbeck so the community and myself took it over
dzimbeck making it pretty organic
ulyssessyoungo I have been in your Slack for some time, i can vouch that you guys seem to be one of the more transparent teams.
Munti @btcmacroecon We already kind of have a trading floor for commodities. We have a fully working marketplace. In one of the comming updates we will also add templates for auctions.
dzimbeck BitHalo is still active but it's worth pointing out that all new templates and features will be withheld from BitHalo to give BitBay maximum impact
Bitbay1 uploaded this image: m2.jpg 1 Comment
btcmacroecon i like the concept and not of ebay as a seller given their fees, or as a buyer with paypal.
ulyssessyoungo lol those boots
dzimbeck Ebays biggest problem is scam buyers
dzimbeck no way to stop it
dzimbeck In our platform that is not going to happen
dzimbeck And let me stress something else
dzimbeck This is Bitcoin
dzimbeck which is anonymous
dzimbeck so scams are more prevalent
dzimbeck which is why it shocks me
dzimbeck that this isn't the industry standard for escrow
btcmacroecon but the man is wise
dzimbeck Plus we don't have to deal with arbiters
dzimbeck the analogy is you go to court... would you trust 12 peers and a judge to decide your fate?
dzimbeck I wouldn't
dzimbeck A witness where it's your word against theirs
dzimbeck This is a better system. There is no judge
dzimbeck just perp and victim
btcmacroecon i havent been to court once where the truth was spoken
dzimbeck empowering victims a little bit more
dzimbeck "instant karma"
dzimbeck That is exactly why I made this
btcmacroecon i had proof attorney was lying but judge refused to let me play it as i ha proo
dzimbeck Oh jesus
dzimbeck that sucks
btcmacroecon i was going to hit play in courtroom but she freaked out on the bench said i would not play it in her courtroom!
V01D Would there be any backlash against the name bitbay in the future if a company like eBay felt threatened?
dzimbeck Yeah also realize that losing a deposit makes a victim feel like the person who screwed them paid for it
btcmacroecon protected the liar
dzimbeck I don't think so but we can always rebrand
dzimbeck there is an exchange called BitBay too
dzimbeck timing was almost the same as ours
btcmacroecon 591 price on bay on bittrex
dzimbeck we had an international presence first
dzimbeck As for price
Munti @VO1D I don't see how ebay could do something about that. But then I'm not a lawyer
dzimbeck This IS a trading channel
V01D I see, thank you
dzimbeck we should talk about the rolling peg
btcmacroecon i sold all bay at 860
dzimbeck So when the project started I wasn't the founder
btcmacroecon pissed i could have got 870
dzimbeck so I knew there had to be a way to protect investors in case something bad happened
Munti LOL
dzimbeck So the rolling peg was designed
dzimbeck similar to an economic crawling peg
dzimbeck The way it works is this: we can control the supply of the coin by simply freezing it
dzimbeck so as most coins only inflate
dzimbeck this coin does both
dzimbeck it inflates and deflates
yin :open_mouth:
dzimbeck but it only freezes the coins temporarily to stop dumps on the market
dzimbeck and it does so exactly fairly
codnose It's been a bad 24 hours for lots of alts. It will bounce back @btcmacroecon ;)
dzimbeck coins have memory in this system so each coin knows it's own liquidity
funkedelics proof to back up your claim? Munti Actually particl (then shadowcoin) tried to hire David to make the marketplace for them many years ago. When he declined, they tried to revers enginer his code. They failed :slightly_smiling_face: Posted in #trading_altcoinsToday at 7:09 PM
dzimbeck reddit
btcmacroecon yah i hope to reposition on this coin as we speak
codnose Good few days for bay recently. I'm holding since a while back
dzimbeck there is proof where I fought with veritasBS from ShadowCash
dzimbeck They tried to reverse my code
Bitbay1 Freezing via decentralized voting?
dzimbeck it was famous
funkedelics link?
Munti @funkedelics On reddit as David said. I'm sure we can find a link for you after this session is over
dzimbeck Someone else can find it
dzimbeck @funkedelics
dzimbeck It is on the blackcoin subreddit
btcmacroecon what are you doing to avoid illegal activity, kyc, and silk road activity?
dzimbeck if you wanna look
dzimbeck @btcmacroecon I have a mod key which users subscribe to
dzimbeck which is handed out
dzimbeck so decentralized mod i guess
dzimbeck also users encrypt their IP within their orders
dzimbeck so if for some reason a swat team shows up at my house I just tell them they are free to use it
kimchi What is the return or refund?..
dzimbeck In theory we shouldn't need to deal with silk road type problems
btcmacroecon id say get a fkn warrant, shut the door
dzimbeck since we don't host anything
dzimbeck That too
codnose Rolling peg sounds very interesting. Is there a link here?
dzimbeck But we don't live in a fair world @btcmacroecon
dzimbeck USA arrested a guy in Greece who was a Russian citizen
dzimbeck nonsense
btcmacroecon and those that vote i big corrupt government blame trump
dzimbeck https://bitbay.market/about/pegging/ BitBay Rolling Peg - BitBay Price volatility is cryptocurrency's biggest challenge - BitBay's rolling peg will reduce volatility by dynamically controlling supply. Learn more here.
dzimbeck Never blame Trump
dzimbeck blame military intelligence
dzimbeck and compartmentalization
Munti @codnose our site is going through a little redesign atm, but the info on the rolling peg will be back up soon
btcmacroecon new vorld odor! I blame "globalism"
imyb commented on Bitbay1’s file m2.jpg Is this really what it's going to look like?
dzimbeck :smile:
codnose Great thanks @Munti
Munti LOL, it was back up (edited)
dzimbeck well whatever powerful people do
dzimbeck it's our job to come up with solutions like unbreakable contracts
dzimbeck these contracts work in an anarchy
dzimbeck literally
dzimbeck The rolling peg is meant to allow low cap coins
dzimbeck to thrive
little_round @imyb No, it will be changed
dzimbeck because the control of supply lets us force the price
dzimbeck by voting on supply
yin damn your product sounds awesome! but you need a redesign of your website :smile:
dzimbeck so example
btcmacroecon so you in essence have a dashboard already active.
dzimbeck if a user has 1000 coins at 100% at .10 cents per coin
WeeMan Mike joined #trading_altcoins.
dzimbeck and the network deflates to 50%
dzimbeck he would have 500 coins liquid and 500 frozen
Munti @btcmacroecon What do you mean by dashboard?
dzimbeck he can move the liquid coins as much as he wants
btcmacroecon you have a marketplace or dashboard like ebay has basically?
dzimbeck the frozen coins he can move but with a penalty a one month delay
Munti @btcmacroecon Yes (edited)
dzimbeck which makes a secondary market for trading frozen coins
codnose Like the eBay dashboard right @btcmacroecon ?
dzimbeck at a more speculative value
btcmacroecon you just need to expand on it with volume
Bitbay1 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9hEpu8gZMzEcP22rMYX0Iw/videos YouTube BitBay Official BitBay youtube channel
dzimbeck we can assume his liquid coins would be worth about double than before if demand is about the same
btcmacroecon do you offer any affiliate programs to market for that volume?
dzimbeck Good idea
dzimbeck @btcmacroecon Working on that now
dzimbeck We have just started discussions about incentives
dzimbeck @kimchi please elaborate
dzimbeck return or refund on what?
kimchi I bought shoes. But what if a brick comes? There is an image on top that sells shoes.
dzimbeck Then seller would pay 100 dollars
dzimbeck if you blow it up
dzimbeck so negotiate a refund
dzimbeck the seller will most definitely reconsider
dzimbeck since he doesn't want to pay 100 dollars to be a joker
dzimbeck You can cancel contracts
dzimbeck returning all funds
Anoeng joined #trading_altcoins.
dzimbeck upon mutual consent
dzimbeck everything is consent
btcmacroecon does bitbay have the ability to accept payment in a variety of cryptocurrency? I think that's where volume could come in, or a gateway to exchange tokens and buyer / seller can arrive at payment and yet can be worked via bitbay smart contract or escrowing? could that work, is it possible, if not care to explore it?
dzimbeck the way a contract should be
dzimbeck Yes
codnose Ha that's awesome actually. Why would a seller send anything else knowing they'd lose their deposit ?
dzimbeck You can use Ark to pay
dzimbeck Bay is only used as a deposit
dzimbeck you might have to specify the coins you would accept in your contract
ulyssessyoungo nice
ulyssessyoungo i like that
btcmacroecon and what about dogecoin for example?
codnose Yeah that's cool
ulyssessyoungo Definitely adds to the viability of the platform
codnose Whatcoin? Lol
dzimbeck yeah codnose it forces honesty
dzimbeck and the same for employees
Munti @btcmacroecon Also, our platform is very broad. You can use it for almost anything. We already had all kinds of things sold there from pins to property. Many coins have also been sold there. Our market is like an improved localbitcoin. Binary opptions is also you can find on our marketoplace regularly. And I'm sure we havent even scrathced the surface yet. In the future we will have API's so ppl can tailor their own version of our marketplace.
dzimbeck if I hire someone using this system
btcmacroecon ok deposit only, making more sense now
ulyssessyoungo BAY as a currency would certainly take off best after the Rolling Peg
dzimbeck they better do what they say
ulyssessyoungo but in the meantime that's awesome that you can use other coins
dzimbeck I actually used to it motivate myself
Bitbay1 Why not sell Ark for Bay on the market :slightly_smiling_face:
Bitbay1 or Btc
dzimbeck had my friend blow up my money if I didn't do my daily errands
dzimbeck imagine having 10 grand deterrent
dzimbeck :smile:
bivins Greetings
dzimbeck You can trade coins on the market
dzimbeck especially microtrade
codnose You bought some land using this you said @Munti ?
dzimbeck but it is slow
dzimbeck for that I recommend atomic trade
dzimbeck It's not that fast paced trading that traders demand...
dzimbeck but
codnose No worries about losing any money ? I take it it wasn't just a few dollars
dzimbeck Someone did sell IOTA on our platform
dzimbeck and did lots of deals
Bitbay1 yes before IOTA came into the exchanges
Munti @codnose Yes I did. Got the paperwork in the mail today. 5 acres of land in California. (And I live in Norway) (edited)
prasanth can we stake coins in the market client??
Munti Yes
dzimbeck Staking is done using 2 keys
dzimbeck so you can actually stake over LAN too
tranzer Could BitBay somehow bridge with Ark and offer their services to Ark users?
dzimbeck using 2 computers
dzimbeck it's called "cold staking"
dzimbeck no hacking is possible here
dzimbeck ever
dzimbeck you can hide keys in images
btcmacroecon ok i admit failure on setting up CoinURL as I tried to set up online store, to sell some code, my wildlife photography, and rocks and gems I prospect, I'd like to set up BitBay on an Iframe into my site, and capture affiliate biz. Sounds like this is almost possible, and I could sell my jade right through my site, at least offer it up, right?
dzimbeck and have dual passwords and use 2 computers to sign transactions automated
Munti @tranzer We would have to look into that. But I don't see any reason why we could not.
dzimbeck We need a web wallet
dzimbeck that is our biggest challenge
dzimbeck since I made this with a "security first" attitude
dzimbeck being a cryptographer (edited)
dzimbeck I forgot the reason to make everything web based
Munti @btcmacroecon We are not quite there yet, but yes, that's where we're going
dzimbeck Didn't want to sacrifice security
dzimbeck now I realize there is a need for web based platforms
codnose I follow you on twitter and saw that mentioned the other day. It's coming soon? @dzimbeck
dzimbeck that sacrifice a little security for speed and ease of use in phones
dzimbeck A web wallet?
codnose Yeah
dzimbeck Yeah well we will have a basic web wallet very soon
dzimbeck its actually a very nice one (edited)
dzimbeck But I was referring to a market wallet
dzimbeck one with the full contract implementation
dzimbeck we hope to do that after the peg is successful
Munti Keep an eye on our next weekly update (sunday) for roadmap for the rest of this year. You will get details there
dzimbeck since it's more important to deliver on what I promise
dzimbeck than to make up new features
dzimbeck aka "scope creep" a programmers worst enemy
mergatroid Hello
dzimbeck Hi
mergatroid Please comment on recent news around SEC delistings on bittrex - what steps are you taking to communicate with user base as to whether your a security and what you plan to do if you are classified as such
dzimbeck The rolling peg is the priority
dzimbeck Since Tether is unreliable
dzimbeck this is a decentralized peg
dzimbeck that isn't fixed at a certain price
dzimbeck so it can "roll" the price up
codnose Sounds like you have a lot of nice things planned :)
dzimbeck so it starts at say 5 cents
dzimbeck and slowly rolls up to 10 cents
dzimbeck over X amount of time
dzimbeck after that we would love to focus on web implementations
dzimbeck however anyone who wants to plug this into their site should contact us, we can set up some API calls for sure
Munti @mergatroid I just became aware of the SEC issue on Bittrex today, and have not had time to study it. But going by the little I did read, it doesn't seem to be a problem for us.
mergatroid Ok - so no plan so far understand
dzimbeck we aren't a security
dzimbeck because we don't pay dividends
mergatroid Thankyou
codnose Just on your website now @dzimbeck @Munti
dr10 OK we are approaching 1 hour mark. If you guys have any questions left, go ahead. Anything bitbay.market team would like to add or tell - feel free to do.
V01D Thanks for your time bitbay team
dzimbeck Thanks for doing this! It was fun. And maybe I have a few questions about Ark later
dzimbeck :slightly_smiling_face:
codnose Looking good. Thanks for stopping by :)
dzimbeck Any other questions?
dzimbeck Perhaps regarding the peg, contracts or markets?
Boris Is dzimbeck a god?
dzimbeck :smile:
dzimbeck no
dzimbeck I bleed
codnose Haha I'd heard that too
codnose At least in coding terms lol
dr10 Thank you David and Bjørn for taking the time to do this AMA! All the best with the project and you are always welcome to hang around our Slack
Munti If anyone wants more info, you are welcome to our slack http://bitbay.market/wp-login.php?action=slack-invitation
dzimbeck Honestly a little bit of effort is all these things take
dzimbeck Thanks dr10
Munti Thanks for having us. This was fun
submitted by Dr10tv to ArkEcosystem [link] [comments]

Will the price crash affect the bitcoin mining network ... Chainlink, Bitcoin, Tezos Technical Analysis, Price Prediction, Targets, News (BTC LINK XTZ) WATCH OUT! MASSIVE BITCOIN DUMP COULD BE HAPPENING TOMORROW THE NEXT PRICE WILL SHOCK YOU!! Web-based Bitmessage Client? -- MadBitcoins! launches Bitstarter! Please Donate Today! LOOK!! BITCOIN BREAKING OUT TODAY?!!  The FED Quarantines Cash!!

BitMessage price, charts, volume, market cap, supply, news, exchange rates, historical prices, msg to usd converter, msg coin complete info/stats. The World's Leading One-stop Digital Asset Service Platform. Sign up . Worldwide distributed digital asset trading platform Bitcoin Risks Deeper Price Pullback as Exchange Inflows Spike. Omkar Godbole Sep 3, 2020. Pornhub. Pornhub Adds Bitcoin and Litecoin Payments for Premium Content. Daniel Palmer Sep 2, 2020. 24h ... The developer of peer-to-peer messenger Bitmessage, Jonathan Warren, testified against Australian computer scientist Craig Wright stating that some of Wright’s documents in a recent trial were faked.. Per a court document released on Aug. 13, Warren testified in the course of an ongoing lawsuit against Wright filed by the estate of David Kleiman, who was a cyber-security expert, whom many ... Price BitMessage (MSG) today to (BTC), cryptocurrency all time high ATH, see the price change history with percentage gain and loss, compare with the Bitcoin and Gold market cap

[index] [44101] [3306] [36023] [36948] [32512] [33920] [14023] [28465] [30576] [19705]

Will the price crash affect the bitcoin mining network ...

bitcoin, BTC, Bitcoin price, BTC price, bitcoin price prediction, BTC 2020, btc price prediction, Crypto, Bitcoin price targets, BTC TA, Bitcoin TA, bitcoin trading, bitcoin news, bitcoin news ... 🔴 BITCOIN LIVE 🔴 BTC HISTORICAL BREAKOUT, ALTCOINS TOO- Ep.1069 - Crypto Technical Analysis Mitch Ray 1,194 watching Live now Bitcoin Halving 2020: History & Price Prediction (A Simple ... Bitcoin, xtz, link, targets, price analysis, news today. Bitcoin tezos chainlink prediction. Bullish or bearish? 👏 THUMBS UP & SUBSCRIBE NOW 🤑! ... Bitcoin Technical Analysis & Bitcoin News Today: I'll use technical analysis on the Bitcoin price to make a Bitcoin price prediction. Watch the video to learn more! Watch the video to learn more ... bitcoin, BTC, Bitcoin price, BTC price, bitcoin price prediction, BTC 2020, btc price prediction, Crypto, Bitcoin price targets, BTC TA, Bitcoin TA, bitcoin trading, bitcoin news, bitcoin news ...

#