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"#BitcoinSV Wiki - the new canonical source of information about Bitcoin - the way Satoshi intended. Great resource for developers and anyone who wants to learn about #BSV"

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SecuX Crypto Hardware Wallets V20, W20 and W10 Ranked #4, #7 and #8 among Ezvid Wiki’s Top 10 Best Bitcoin Wallets 2020

SecuX Crypto Hardware Wallets V20, W20 and W10 Ranked #4, #7 and #8 among Ezvid Wiki’s Top 10 Best Bitcoin Wallets 2020 submitted by SecuXwallet to u/SecuXwallet [link] [comments]

SecuX Crypto Hardware Wallets V20, W20 and W10 Ranked #4, #7 and #8 among Ezvid Wiki’s Top 10 Best Bitcoin Wallets 2020

SecuX Crypto Hardware Wallets V20, W20 and W10 Ranked #4, #7 and #8 among Ezvid Wiki’s Top 10 Best Bitcoin Wallets 2020 submitted by SecuXvault to u/SecuXvault [link] [comments]

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CoinGeek London: Bitcoin SV Wiki and BSV Devcon revealed (current BTC/USD price is $9,604.78)

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CoinGeek London: Bitcoin SV Wiki and BSV Devcon revealed

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Idea: r/Bitcoin creates a simple "How to Start a Local Bitcoin Club" wiki, to promote towns/neighborhoods using Bitcoin for regular buying and selling business between peers

Inspired by this post
I'd love to see us promote the original purpose of Bitcoin, which is a peer-to-peer way to trade money directly between individuals' wallets, rather than via exchanges or other middleman sites (like Bisq) or processing companies (like Bitpay).
I know that I got into Bitcoin when some cool folks on Reddit were giving it away to anyone who asked, and that made me get a wallet and learn how to use it. It was just so much easier than trying to get into an exchange (which I eventually did do, because I wanted to get more).
So, since it seems like one of the biggest challenges to Bitcoin adoption is not having anyone to trade with, and creating local Bitcoin clubs, to help people connect to one another, personally, so that they can offer and receive bitcoin for whatever kinds of exchanges they want to do, could be an extremely useful tool.
Local businesses could sponsor or just join the clubs as well, so that folks in a community build up strong connections for using Bitcoin for normal business.
Also, the more we exchange Bitcoin with people we are closer to (than central exchanges and the total strangers on them) the more we focus on making sure that exchanges are "fair" in the sense of not trying to only trade it away or spend when it's high, and just using it all the time, so that losses and gains are less pronounced, and folks are more comfortable using it all the time.
Maybe we could put together a little "how to form a Bitcoin club" website/video/flyer for anyone to use and share.
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I created a page cataloging backup and storage methods on the bitcoin wiki - looking for more info
This page is intended to review existing methods to help people make informed choices (more help needed!).
I'm wondering if anyone out there knows of other published methods on how to properly store and backup a bitcoin wallet. Ideally, these would be methods that are as well put together as but any method that attempts to be complete (even if it isn't) would be helpful. Its also useful to document which protocols are not safe and why. So anything of the level of quality of anything currently on that page would be helpful.
So does anyone know any methods that aren't already on the list?
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An Addition To The Bitcoin Wiki Page On Quantum Computing And Mosca’s Theorem Of Risk Determination Applied To Blockchain.

An Addition To The Bitcoin Wiki Page On Quantum Computing And Mosca’s Theorem Of Risk Determination Applied To Blockchain. submitted by QRCollector to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Bitcoin nodes could easily keep up with both VISA and MasterCard combined, using only fairly modest hardware - Bitcoin Wiki from 2011

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"With some modifications to the software, full Bitcoin nodes could easily keep up with both VISA and MasterCard combined, using only fairly modest hardware" -Bitcoin Wiki in 2011

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If you wanna buy (not trade) BTC in the UK, which exchange do you recommended?

I’m not from the UK, it’s for a friend. I’m trying to make his transition into Crypto as painless as possible. There’s a long list of exchanges available, so any suggestion(s) would be helpful.
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An Addition To The Bitcoin Wiki Page On Quantum Computing And Mosca’s Theorem Of Risk Determination Applied To Blockchain.

An Addition To The Bitcoin Wiki Page On Quantum Computing And Mosca’s Theorem Of Risk Determination Applied To Blockchain. submitted by QRCollector to QRL [link] [comments]

Has anyone bought with Banxa before?

I was about to buy some btc on Edge and seen that Banxa has a fee of 2.5% compared to others which are around 7% to 9% and was wondering if anyone has used it before and is it trust worthy.
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"Given that this paper is now peer reviewed and approved:, It would seem that the 'official' Bitcoin wiki is wrong. Bitcoin Script is Turing Complete. Guess @ProfFaustus was right! Is the selfish mining paper also peer reviewed?"

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Do we need a new and decentralized "Bitcoin Cash Wiki"?

Over time language has been co-opted, powerful package deal terms were invented to steer conversation and the old resources for learning about Bitcoin (such as the old forum, wiki and subreddit) are no longer trustworthy.
Terms such as "full nodes" and "miners" rather than network nodes and SPVs create havoc in the minds of newcomers and generally lead them into the camp of Bitcoin Core. The harm of the latter can be debated (although the majority opinion around here should surprise no one), but the first is clearly a negative and comes back to haunt the larger crypto community again and again.
Now that we have a new subreddit and a new .org site, should we try to make a new wiki that explicitly uses the same terminology as the white paper and Satoshi did?
I think so. This would help us stay on track rather than falling into the trap of using somebody else's flawed terms when trying to explain how Bitcoin works or making a consistent argument.
Let's discuss:
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User gets scammed via Bitcoin wiki. He blames the admins and the users blame him

Some say its his fault for following a noob guide (starter guide) and being a noob.
The entire thread is full of butter.
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Made a Cryptocurrency Wiki, since Bitcoin Wiki is censored and didn't cover intertwined connections, which to me is very interesting

I know today hurts us in our portfolios but hey, let's focus on building the ecosystem instead of focussing on price drops like the ones today.
This collection of information started out as a way to aid my own memory since there is so much happening in this crypto space. Can’t remember every technical term, name and connection, right?
Some of this info is not necessarily my own opinion plus I have tried to stay as neutral as possible.

The wiki is divided in 4 sections:


In which you will find explanations on often used terms and slang. Stuff like Whales, UASF's, what a nonce is and many Proof-of's).


A long list of many cryptocurrencies and all the info I have come upon. Big ones like Bitcoin) and Monero). And smaller ones like FlorinCoin) or Veritaseum). Scams are also warned for.


The many groups and projects that circle around this Crypto mania. Exchanges like Kraken, wallets like Jaxx, see all the intertwined links a company like Digital Currency Group has. But also big known names like Google and Microsoft have a lot of links with crypto projects these days.


Where you can read that Jesse Powell played Magic the Gathering with Roger Ver in highschool or how many projects Anthony Di Lorio is involved in. Get to know Steven Nerayoff, a man who advises at least 9 projects.
Like I said, it started out as just something I made for myself, but grew, and now friends and also anons use it to quickly check something out or refreshen their memory.
I am only human, so if there are mistakes, or something that is outdated, or is missing, hit me up or help out!
Found this helpful?
You might wanna check out my Medium account, I made a couple pieces to help out new beginners, stuff like and introduction to Crypto, how to accept crypto in your own business, and also a checklist to use before you invest into a coin. They were made back in early 2017, so some information might be a bit dated, but they have helped out many people I met at meetups and stores or online.
Have a good one fellow blockchain fanatics!
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TIL every popular Bitcoin discussion forum, including /r/bitcoin, BitcoinTalk, the Bitcoin Wiki, and, are in the full control of one individual, and his sock-puppets.

TIL every popular Bitcoin discussion forum, including /bitcoin, BitcoinTalk, the Bitcoin Wiki, and, are in the full control of one individual, and his sock-puppets. submitted by wtfpasswordz to conspiracy [link] [comments]

US OFAC issues advisory: ransom payments for ransomware may involve felony charges and personal civil liability for staff.

Relevant Excerpt:
Under the authority of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) or the Trading with the Enemy Act (TWEA),9 U.S. persons are generally prohibited from engaging in transactions, directly or indirectly, with individuals or entities (“persons”) on OFAC’s Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List (SDN List), other blocked persons, and those covered by comprehensive country or region embargoes (e.g., Cuba, the Crimea region of Ukraine, Iran, North Korea, and Syria). Additionally, any transaction that causes a violation under IEEPA, including transactions by a non-U.S. person which causes a U.S. person to violate any IEEPA-based sanctions, is also prohibited. U.S. persons, wherever located, are also generally prohibited from facilitating actions of non-U.S. persons, which could not be directly performed by U.S. persons due to U.S. sanctions regulations. OFAC may impose civil penalties for sanctions violations based on strict liability, meaning that a person subject to U.S. jurisdiction may be held civilly liable even if it did not know or have reason to know it was engaging in a transaction with a person that is prohibited under sanctions laws and regulations administered by OFAC.
Sauce Here:
OFAC Sanctions list here:
Analysis: Both TWEA and IEEPA carries Criminal and Civil penalties, so under these acts they can fine the company, fine staff directly, or press criminal charges. We know the US Government as part of both the 5 eyes agreements and domestic bank monitoring programs under FACTA monitors all international wire transfers. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies generally leave a paper trail that can be traced back to who purchased the currency.
What I expect to start happening here is most CFO's are going to write off the cost of the ransom as a tax deduction which tips off the IRS that a ransom of some kind was paid. I expect the next step is the IRS is going to start asking for additional proof of payment and additional information about the cases. That puts CFO's in a bind, because I expect both the IRS, and federal courts, won't let it fly that you didn't know who you were paying money to under the TWEA. They'll sit on the data, and when eventually an APT Group gets compromised, they'll trace the payments back via said tax records. At that point, if your org paid under this, that data gets used to open up a search warrant and then they rip you a new one especially if the payment was substantial.
The bigger issue here is it opens up tremendous liability for security services firms and insurers who pay ransoms on behalf of clients or advise clients to pay ransoms.
Now is a good time to review your backup strategy and ensure you have tested backups that are isolated from your infrastructure.
For those of you with your hands tied behind your back, now is a good time to gently remind your management staff, and especially the CFO if you have their ear, that they cannot rely on the renound cryptographic competence of our eastern european bretheren, and that their worst-case risk is a determined remote attacker and adversary of the US infecting your network, destroying the data while making it look like a ransomware attack, selling you worthless encryption keys to fund their operation before flaunting the fact they took you for a fool with a press release taking credit for the attack to tip off state government you paid them in order to further disrupt the company operations via putting your talented technical staff or c-suite staff in handcuffs and injuring your PR.
To those of you in the business who are afraid of being scapegoated or in a tenuous situation, getchu some evidence tape and some tags, some vanilla envelopes and a glue stick. Print 2 copies, put one copy in a folder, seal it with evidence tape and a tag, then use your handy glue stick to adhere the other vanilla folder to its back and put the 2nd copy in so you can review the paperwork without breaking the evidence seal and shove that sucker in a fire proof safe or safety deposit box. Also, Mailstore home is free.
TL;DR: If your company is attacked by ransomware, tell the management only facts of the occurance you know, what you can and cannot do for them, and don't advise them of anything upto and including getting a security services firm involved. I wouldn't even tell them paying the ransom might work. If you're going to have a verbal conversation, make it a one-on-one.
Happy Saturday all!
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A complete list of everything our PMC has to do in Tarkov

Have you ever wondered the insane amount of suffering our PMC has to endure to complete every quest in the game and have the Hideout maxed out? Well, wonder no longer, because I've done the math.
Disclaimer: Long post ahead. I've used guides, data and analysis by other content creators, like Pestily, Europino and Questalace, as well as the all-mighty Tarkov Wiki to make this list. The resulting data should reflect the almost-perfect 100% Tarkov Speedrun starting with a Standard Account at the end of 12.7.
I don't know if this has been done before, so cut me some slack for any inconsistencies, as I did this for fun.

The PMCs character arc will take our poor USECs and BEARs from battle-tested veterans to blood-thirsty killing machines the likes of Atila, with an indescribable amount of mental and physical trauma. This is all on the traders, who force us to commit genocide just to gain a standing with them. Here is the ranking:
This totals to a staggering 488 Scavs and 166 PMCs. 654 mothers will mourn the deaths of their sons, as you long surpass Simo Häyhä as the most effective soldier in recorded history.

Use, place, find in raid or deliver:
Apart from sustaining irreparable psychological damage as the bringer of so much death, your PMC is also expected to retrieve a back-breaking amount of loot for his Hideout and the 7 Traders of the Apocalypse. From life-saving devices to mere cigarettes, your PMC will have to.

After all this Devil wears Prada reenactment, your PMC is faced with a Sisyphus-like destiny. You need to improve your skills until you get to Health level 9, Stress Resistance level 6, Sniper level 9, Memory level 8, Searching level 9, Charisma level 10, Vitality level 5, Endurance level 2, Attention level 3, Metabolism level 3 and Strength level 2. Some of this skills improve others, so let's start by the independent ones and asume you can completely avoid the deminishing returns mechanic.
And that's it. You want to escape Tarkov? Pay the toll!
Edit: Some pesky typos
Edit 2: Fixed the results of the Vitality skill, thanks to Erkeric for the correction
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Do we have a publicly editable Wiki for city-wise brick-and-mortar shops that accept Bitcoin?

We need to start using Bitcoin. I don't think we have a Wikipedia-styled (or like Wikitravel) wiki that enlists all shops that accept Bitcoin. The list will be ever-expanding and the go-to place for Bitcoin enthusiasts who want to put the currency into actual real-life use.
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