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Bitcoin is SURGING upwards - what the heck is happening

Two days ago, it was at 1.90$ and now it just checked in > 3.80$
This is more than speculation, we have a huge unstable and otherwise unexplainable bubble going on.
Edit... In recent news:
*Paypal has frozen CoinPal's accounts (damn you, Paypal). http://www.bitcoin.org/smf/index.php?topic=2555.msg101084#msg101084
*MtGox is under a DDOS attack. http://www.bitcoin.org/smf/index.php?topic=6827.0
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Stumbled upon an old thread on the bitcoin forums. $40 worth a year ago is worth $60,000...

Thread in question: http://www.bitcoin.org/smf/index.php?topic=137.0
tl;dr: May of last year someone offered 10,000 bitcoins for some pizza. Someone mentions that that's about $41 worth. MtGox hit $6 today.
I'm so mad at myself that I didn't know about this before, bought a handful, forgot about them, then remembered a year later and found myself with tens (hundreds?) of thousands of dollars... Extreme serendipity?
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Why Do You Use Bitcoin? (poll on Bitcoin Forums)

IAMA student at a top law school writing a legal essay about bitcoins. To get some insight on the bitcoin community, I created a poll over at the Bitcoin Forums.
Please consider voting in the poll, contributing to the discussion over there, or starting a discussion here.
FYI, poll question is: Which of the following best describes you or why you use bitcoin?
Thanks! reubgr
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Game over scenario for Bitcoin?

This scenario worries me too. It may not be Google that attempts this, but someone out there could be jealous of Bitcoin and try to launch a similar currency.
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I'm working on BitCoin futures exchange service. What features would you like?

Here's Bitcoin.org forum discussion.
Problem with trading futures/options is that parties are very likely to default so reserves are required.
For the start I'm implementing a variant with capped profits/losses and full fixed size reserve. It is simple and reliable, but, I think, not quire convenient to traders. (Although there is a possibility to make it better to arbitragers/market makers who engage in multiple contracts at same time.)
So what should I do after that:
  1. Immediate settlement (as soon as price goes through a limit contract is settled immediately at limit price)
  2. Capped options (one side pays a fixed price, other side pays up to a certain amount which is fully reserved until settlement)
  3. Trade among trusted parties with relaxed reservation requirements
  4. Something else?
As for user interface, do you expect 'beginner mode'? Fancy graphs (e.g. payoff, order book etc.)?
Is SSL required? Are you ok with password auth?
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Adding MtRed to the GUIMiner server list

For those of you new to mining this is one of the easiest ways to setup your miner after registering on MtRed.
  1. Download GUIMiner. Extract it.
  2. Open the file servers.ini
  3. Replace the contents of it with this paste. It adds the MtRed server to the bottom of the server list.
  4. Launch GUIMiner and mine away!
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Help getting miner working

I am using this miner, http://www.bitcoin.org/smf/index.php?topic=3878.0, and have a 5670. Whenever I try to start mining, no matter what device I set it to, or if I try to use a pool or solo, it seems to get stuck at starting. It doesn't give any error messages, it simply says starting indefidently. I can cpu mine use the bitcoin client. any helpwould really be appreciated.
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CIA contracts lead Bitcoin developer for June talk; Bitcoins spike to $2.65

One of the biggest questions the Bitcoin community has been asking is, "What does the government think about untraceable digital cash?"
Now we know for sure that it's at least on their radar. Yesterday, the lead developer of Bitcoin, Gavin Andreson, announced on the Bitcoin forums that he will be speaking at the CIA:
I'm going to give a presentation about Bitcoin at CIA headquarters in June ... I think it might be a good chance to talk about why I think Bitcoin will make the world a better place. I think the goals of this project are to create a better currency, create a more competitive and efficient international payment system, and give people more direct control over their finances. And I don't think any of those goals are incompatible with the goals of government.
As an aside/plug - I am on the world's first Bitcoin Roadtrip. I've travelled two thousand miles in three weeks spending only Bitcoins. I have an AMA here that I am keeping an eye on.
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Bitcoin Economics: A discussion

I've been reading some of the Bitcoin forum discussion on Bitcoin Economics and I wanted bring up some of the points made for a more interactive discussion (I'm only an armchair economist with limited knowledge but am really interested in Bitcoin as a currency/commodity so any answer would be appreciated).
1) Hoarding: If Bitcoin:dollar value keeps increasing (it's near parity), deflation becomes a concern. However, assuming Bitcoin is a widely-used currency at the time of reference, wouldn't there only be a limited amount of hoarding? My reasoning is that even though you can save BTC to spend for more items later (or the same items cheaper), some things just can't be bought later (food, water, even TV's, iPods since people just sometimes need their stuff now). --Also, wouldn't decreasing prices consequently increase demand? Does this assumption prevent a deflationary spiral?
2) (this is my concern/question): FF to the end of BTC creation where there are 21 million in circulation. Assuming the user base is growing, won't there only be deflation? As in, would prices ever increase and if so, what would be the market conditions occurring for this to happen?
3) "As it is an alternative currency, it will have the drawback of the bi-metal fiasco, but the expectation is because there will be a cap in the amount of bitcoins ever available, bitcoin would win the value race IF, and only IF we can generate a real economy with bitcoin as the monetary agent." Response: Which will not happen under the current model due to its enormous "investability". --Why is this?
4) Stability of Bitcoin vs. Fiat currencies. -I don't even know what to say but would love to hear opinions.
5) Inflation and it's importance to any currency. I understand that our current system of inflation discourages saving (unless there's an interest rate to make it worth our while) so what could be done to discourage excessive saving? I realize this kinda ties into the first point but I think it's a distinct point to be made.
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UNCOMMONN at Bitcointalk

UNCOMMONN at Bitcointalk

https://preview.redd.it/mqnykobeywk51.jpg?width=1280&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=2fcc67aee646b94aaa8080a0992dba046e1715cb

If you’re looking for the best place to discuss cryptocurrencies, Bitcointalk becomes the obvious number one choice — it’s the oldest and biggest internet forum about the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies as a whole. The website launched in 2009 when Bitcoin was worth just about a fraction of a cent.
Originally, Bitcointalk was created by Satoshi Nakamoto – the creator of Bitcoin, who may or may not be a person or a group of people whose identity has remained in the shadows ever since. Prior to creating Bitcointalk, Satoshi would use SourceForge to discuss his creation. Unfortunately, the logs of those discussions are gone now. His original Bitcointalk profile is still available – last seen online 13 December 2010.
According to stats, there are 2.8 million registered users on the forum who have written over 54.8 million posts in total. Since its creation, Bitcointalk has had a few billion pageviews. An average of 500 new users sign up every day with the ratio of men to women at 4:1.
Bitcointalk.org was built with SMF – an open-source software pack. Its design and functionality haven’t really changed since the day it launched. The “Announcements (Altcoins)” subforum is one of the most popular on the entire website, followed by “Bitcoin discussion” and “Altcoin discussion”.
Our project has decided to start a thread on that subforum – we invite you to visit the official UNCOMMONN project thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5272737.new#new
We will be glad to see you among the visitors of our Bitcointalk thread where you can share your opinions and give feedback!
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AMEPAY at Bitcointalk

AMEPAY at Bitcointalk
If you’re looking for the best place to discuss cryptocurrencies, Bitcointalk becomes the obvious number one choice — it’s the oldest and biggest internet forum about the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies as a whole. The website launched in 2009 when Bitcoin was worth just about a fraction of a cent.
️Originally, Bitcointalk was created by Satoshi Nakamoto — the creator of Bitcoin, who may or may not be a person or a group of people whose identity has remained in the shadows ever since. Prior to creating Bitcointalk, Satoshi would use SourceForge to discuss his creation. Unfortunately, the logs of those discussions are gone now. His original Bitcointalk profile is still available — last seen online 13 December 2010.
️According to stats, there are 2.8 million registered users on the forum who have written over 54.8 million posts in total. Since its creation, Bitcointalk has had a few billion pageviews. An average of 500 new users sign up every day with the ratio of men to women at 4:1.
️Bitcointalk.org (http://%E2%96%AA%EF%B8%8FBitcointalk.org) was built with SMF — an open-source software pack. Its design and functionality haven’t really changed since the day it launched. The “Announcements (Altcoins)” subforum is one of the most popular on the entire website, followed by “Bitcoin discussion” and “Altcoin discussion”.
️Our project has decided to start a thread on that subforum — we invite you to visit the official AMEPAY project thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5266054.new#
️We will be glad to see you among the visitors of our Bitcointalk thread where you can share your opinions and give feedback!
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Lotto National at Bitcointalk

Lotto National at Bitcointalk
If you’re looking for the best place to discuss cryptocurrencies, Bitcointalk becomes the obvious number one choice — it’s the oldest and biggest internet forum about the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies as a whole. The website launched in 2009 when Bitcoin was worth just about a fraction of a cent.
Originally, Bitcointalk was created by Satoshi Nakamoto – the creator of Bitcoin, who may or may not be a person or a group of people whose identity has remained in the shadows ever since. Prior to creating Bitcointalk, Satoshi would use SourceForge to discuss his creation.
Unfortunately, the logs of those discussions are gone now. His original Bitcointalk profile is still available – last seen online 13 December 2010.
According to stats, there are 2.66 million registered users on the forum who have written over 52.5 million posts in total. Since its creation, Bitcointalk has had a few billion pageviews. An average of 500 new users sign up every day with the ratio of men to women at 4:1.
Bitcointalk.org was built with SMF – an open-source software pack. Its design and functionality haven’t really changed since the day it launched. The “Announcements (Altcoins)” subforum is one of the most popular on the entire website, followed by “Bitcoin discussion” and “Altcoin discussion”.
Our project has decided to start a thread on that subforum – we invite you to visit the official Lotto National project thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5233323
We will be glad to see you among the visitors of our Bitcointalk thread where you can share your opinions and give feedback!
https://preview.redd.it/yel7wxfp56n41.png?width=2000&format=png&auto=webp&s=f7ed18def2a8911a1e1ab17248c2e01db3f16230
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Bankcoin Reserve at Bitcointalk

Bankcoin Reserve at Bitcointalk
If you’re looking for the best place to discuss cryptocurrencies, Bitcointalk becomes the obvious number one choice — it’s the oldest and biggest internet forum about the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies as a whole. The website launched in 2009 when Bitcoin was worth just about a fraction of a cent.
Originally, Bitcointalk was created by Satoshi Nakamoto — the creator of Bitcoin, who may or may not be a person or a group of people whose identity has remained in the shadows ever since. Prior to creating Bitcointalk, Satoshi would use SourceForge to discuss his creation. Unfortunately, the logs of those discussions are gone now. His original Bitcointalk profile is still available — last seen online 13 December 2010 ( https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3 )
According to stats, there are 2.66 million registered users on the forum who have written over 52.5 million posts in total. Since its creation, Bitcointalk has had a few billion pageviews. An average of 500 new users sign up every day with the ratio of men to women at 4:1.
Bitcointalk.org was built with SMF — an open-source software pack.
Its design and functionality haven’t really changed since the day it launched.
The “Announcements (Altcoins)” subforum is one of the most popular on the entire website, followed by “Bitcoin discussion” and “Altcoin discussion”.
Our project has decided to start a thread on that subforum — we invite you to visit the official Bankcoin Reserve project thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5199314.new#new
We will be glad to see you among the visitors of our Bitcointalk thread where you can share your opinions and give feedback!
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Freelanex at Bitcointalk

Freelanex at Bitcointalk
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If you’re looking for the best place to discuss cryptocurrencies, Bitcointalk becomes the obvious number one choice — it’s the oldest and biggest internet forum about the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies as a whole. The website launched in 2009 when Bitcoin was worth just about a fraction of a cent.
Originally, Bitcointalk was created by Satoshi Nakamoto – the creator of Bitcoin, who may or may not be a person or a group of people whose identity has remained in the shadows ever since. Prior to creating Bitcointalk, Satoshi would use SourceForge to discuss his creation. Unfortunately, the logs of those discussions are gone now. His original Bitcointalk profile is still available – last seen online 13 December 2010 ( https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3 )
One of the last things he talked about before disappearing was about WikiLeaks. Here’s what he said: “It would have been nice to get this attention in any other context. WikiLeaks has kicked the hornet's nest, and the swarm is headed towards us.”
According to stats, there are 2.66 million registered users on the forum who have written over 52.5 million posts in total. Since its creation, Bitcointalk has had a few billion pageviews. Since its creation, Bitcointalk has had a few billion pageviews.
An average of 500 new users sign up every day with the ratio of men to women at 4:1.
Bitcointalk.org was built with SMF – an open source software pack.
Its design and functionality haven’t really changed since the day it launched.
The “Announcements (Altcoins)” subforum is one of the most popular on the entire website, followed by “Bitcoin discussion” and “Altcoin discussion”.
“Announcements (Altcoins)” has become especially popular since 2017 with the rise of ICOs and token generation events that happen almost every day. Our project has decided to start a thread on that subforum – we invite you to visit the official Freelanex project thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5185611.0
We will be glad to see you among the visitors of our Bitcointalk thread where you can share your opinions and give feedback!
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Bitcoin Poker experiment going pretty well, just needs more players

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We invite you to visit the official Modihost project thread

We invite you to visit the official Modihost project thread
If you’re looking for the best place to discuss cryptocurrencies, Bitcointalk becomes the obvious number one choice — it’s the oldest and biggest internet forum about the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies as a whole. The website launched in 2009 when Bitcoin was worth just about a fraction of a cent.
Originally, Bitcointalk was created by Satoshi Nakamoto — the creator of Bitcoin, who may or may not be a person or a group of people whose identity has remained in the shadows ever since. Prior to creating Bitcointalk, Satoshi would use SourceForge to discuss his creation.
Unfortunately, the logs of those discussions are gone now. His original Bitcointalk profile is still available — last seen online 13 December 2010 ( https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3 )
According to stats, there are 2.66 million registered users on the forum who have written over 52.5 million posts in total.
Since its creation, Bitcointalk has had a few billion pageviews. An average of 500 new users sign up every day with the ratio of men to women at 4:1.
Bitcointalk.org was built with SMF — an open-source software pack. Its design and functionality haven’t really changed since the day it launched.
The “Announcements (Altcoins)” subforum is one of the most popular on the entire website, followed by “Bitcoin discussion” and “Altcoin discussion”.
Our project has decided to start a thread on that subforum — we invite you to visit the official Modihost project thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5191078.new#new
We will be glad to see you among the visitors of our Bitcointalk thread where you can share your opinions and give feedback!


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GIGAJOULE at Bitcointalk

GIGAJOULE at Bitcointalk
Bitcointalk is the oldest and biggest internet forum about the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies as a whole. The website appeared in 2009 when bitcoin was worth just a fraction of a cent.
Originally Bitcointalk was created by Satoshi Nakamoto – the father of bitcoin, the man, or, perhaps, even a group of people whose identity has remained in the shadows ever since. Before Bitcointalk, Satoshi used SourceForge to discuss issues regarding bitcoin. Unfortunately, that forum is gone now. You can, however, still find Satoshi’s Bitcointalk profile – last seen online 13 December 2010 ( https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3 )
One of the last posts by Satoshi before he finally disappeared was about WikiLeaks. Here’s what he said: “It would have been nice to get this attention in any other context. WikiLeaks has kicked the hornet's nest, and the swarm is headed towards us.”
According to statistics, there are 2.66 million registered users on the forum who wrote over 52 million posts in total. Since the inception of Bitcointalk, the website has had a few billion pageviews.
An average of 500 new users sign up every day with men to women ratio sitting at 4:1. Bitcointalk.org was built using SMF – an open source software pack. Design and functionality have not really changed since its very first day.
The “Announcements (Altcoins)” subforum is one of the most popular on the whole website, followed by Bitcoin discussion and Altcoin discussion.
Announcements (Altcoins) has become especially popular in 2017 with the steady rise of ICOs and token generation events that happen every week. This week another thread appeared on that subforum – the official GIGAJOULE project thread
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5182913.msg52398964#msg52398964
We will be glad to see you among our visitors on the Bitcointalk forum where you can share your opinions and feedback.

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Hydrostandart at Bitcointalk

Hydrostandart at Bitcointalk
If you’re looking for the best place to discuss cryptocurrencies, Bitcointalk becomes the obvious number one choice — it’s the oldest and biggest internet forum about the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies as a whole. The website launched in 2009 when Bitcoin was worth just about a fraction of a cent.
Originally, Bitcointalk was created by Satoshi Nakamoto – the creator of Bitcoin, who may or may not be a person or a group of people whose identity has remained in the shadows ever since. Prior to creating Bitcointalk, Satoshi would use SourceForge to discuss his creation. Unfortunately, the logs of those discussions are gone now. His original Bitcointalk profile is still available – last seen online 13 December 2010 ( https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3 )
According to stats, there are 2.66 million registered users on the forum who have written over 52.5 million posts in total. Since its creation, Bitcointalk has had a few billion pageviews. An average of 500 new users sign up every day with the ratio of men to women at 4:1.
Bitcointalk.org was built with SMF – an open-source software pack.
Its design and functionality haven’t really changed since the day it launched.
The “Announcements (Altcoins)” subforum is one of the most popular on the entire website, followed by “Bitcoin discussion” and “Altcoin discussion”.
Our project has decided to start a thread on that subforum – we invite you to visit the official Hydrostandart project thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5193543.msg52781598#msg52781598
We will be glad to see you among the visitors of our Bitcointalk thread where you can share your opinions and give feedback!

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Digital Wallet Project at Bitcointalk

Digital Wallet Project at Bitcointalk
If you’re looking for the best place to discuss cryptocurrencies, Bitcointalk becomes the obvious number one choice — it’s the oldest and biggest internet forum about the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies as a whole. The website launched in 2009 when Bitcoin was worth just about a fraction of a cent.
Originally, Bitcointalk was created by Satoshi Nakamoto — the creator of Bitcoin, who may or may not be a person or a group of people whose identity has remained in the shadows ever since. Prior to creating Bitcointalk, Satoshi would use SourceForge to discuss his creation. Unfortunately, the logs of those discussions are gone now. His original Bitcointalk profile is still available — last seen online 13 December 2010 ( https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3 )
One of the last things he talked about before disappearing was about WikiLeaks. Here’s what he said: “It would have been nice to get this attention in any other context. WikiLeaks has kicked the hornet’s nest, and the swarm is headed towards us.”
According to stats, there are 2.68 million registered users on the forum who have written over 52.8 million posts in total. Since its creation, Bitcointalk has had a few billion pageviews. Since its creation, Bitcointalk has had a few billion pageviews.
An average of 500 new users sign up every day with the ratio of men to women at 4:1.
Bitcointalk.org was built with SMF — an open source software pack. Its design and functionality haven’t really changed since the day it launched. The “Announcements (Altcoins)” subforum is one of the most popular on the entire website, followed by “Bitcoin discussion” and “Altcoin discussion”.
“Announcements (Altcoins)” has become especially popular since 2017 with the rise of ICOs and token generation events that happen almost every day. Our project has decided to start a thread on that subforum — we invite you to visit the official Digital Wallet project thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5195642.new#new
We will be glad to see you among the visitors of our Bitcointalk thread where you can share your opinions and give feedback!


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Do you know about Bitcointalk as much as we do?

Do you know about Bitcointalk as much as we do?
If you are interested in cryptocurrencies then you probably know about the Bitcointalk forum!
But do you know as much about it as we do?
https://preview.redd.it/yxqwvji0eqp11.jpg?width=960&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=98922037ca29db88c823ef80e1d039ec513ee5d0
Bitcointalk is the oldest and largest online forum dedicated to blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. The site appeared on the Internet in 2009, when the price of Bitcoin was only one tenth of a cent.
Bitcointalk was originally created by Satoshi Nakamoto – the "father" of bitcoin, a person whose true identity is unknown (maybe he is not a person, but a group of people).
Satoshi's profile on Bitcointalk can be found today - the last time he went to his account was on the 13 of December 2010 (link to his profile https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3).
One of Satoshi's last posts, before he eventually disappeared was a post about WikiLeaks in which Satoshi claimed that "WikiLeaks has rained a hornet's nest and now it is heading towards us."
According to the forum, there are now about 2.4 million users registered on the site, who’ve written about 47 million messages. Since the creation of Bitcointalk the content on the site has received several billion page views. On average about 403 new users register on the forum every day, and the ratio of men to women is 4:1.
Bitcointalk.org was constructed with the use of software package an open source named SMF. It is curious that the design and functionality of the forum have not been changed since its first publication.
By far the most popular topic on Bitcointalk is a branch of "Altcoin Ads", followed by section of "Bitcoin discussion" and "Altcoin debate". By the way, the branch of "Altcoin Ads" has become especially popular since 2017 due to the constantly growing number of ICOs and token sales, which are held every week.
Our PayDay Coin project also has a branch on the forum https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3145437 and we will be happy to see all our investors in our section on Bitcointalk and invite you to express your opinion and ask questions.



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Vladimir (Atlantis admin) official statement

I saw this posted in the SR forum and figured I would repost in case others have difficulty accessing the forums. Hi all,
It has come to our attention that some users on Silk Road believe the following;
1. That I am a scammer and was involved in a Ponzi scam on Silk Road. 2. The moderators at Atlantis market are deleting user comments. 3. Our forums term of use policy is aimed to arrest people and record information. 4. That we are DDoS'ing Silk Road. 5. Our PGP system is crackable.
I'd like to take the time to address each point and if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reply to this thread. The staff members at Atlantis and I are happy to address your questions.
1) This belief has come into existence as 'Vladimir' was a scammer on Silk Road and thus people thought I was the same person as him. Unfortunately without knowing Vladimir's past history, this is my name and the one I have chosen to use. Hypothetically if I was Vladimir, why would I use a scammers alias at a market place which deals directly with user funds? It wouldn't help build trust in our market place and doesn't make any sense at all. Its the equivalent of pirateat40 creating a new Bitcoin Savings and Trust scheme and asking people to re-invest in it. We're proud to say that in our 7 weeks of operation, we have suffered no down time, no users have lost funds and security concerns have been addressed promptly (like increasing PGP key support up to 16Kbits).
2) We have deleted posts only related to spam, posts involving unfounded claims or accusations (FUD) and have deleted no posts in which people have given us criticism, bug reports or requests about improving security. You can check the relevant forum sections to find examples of this. We actively encourage this feedback as it helps us create a better market place. We are here to help users and are happy to reply to any security concerns or criticism you have. We have also created a sticky topic in the general forums for people to post whatever conspiracy theories they like. We will not be moderating this thread however the other forum rules still apply.
3) We used the default term of service which comes with the forum software. You can find an exact replica when you download and install the SMF software. This has now been updated.
4) We believe competition is healthy and believe that Dead Pirate Roberts is a great leader. We also need to shed the light that Silk Road has had technical issues in the past, even when we weren't around. Things like item listing image hijacking, denial of service attacks, site upgrades and switching hosting providers all caused down time. Although it would assist in us gaining more market share if our largest competitor is down, we have no desire to resort to dodgy tactics. We believe that what goes around comes around.
5) The auto-encryption service only works IF the user or vendors uploads their PGP public key (we support key sizes of 1024 - 16384 bits). However, Atlantis also supports manual encryption outside of Atlantis in which users can use a PGP client to encrypt their message. Atlantis administrators and law enforcement could not decipher the encrypted message without the users private key. With all this said, the security comes down to the end user. If they don't trust the auto-encryption service, they can STILL manually encrypt the message outside of Atlantis and thus there is absolutely no risk of anyone being able to decipher the message. To this day, PGP with large key sizes (>= 4096bits) is still uncrackable, you can find more information about it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pretty_Good_Privacy#Security_quality. Noting: 'there is no known method which will allow a person or group to break PGP encryption by cryptographic or computational means.'
As stated earlier, if you have any concerns please don't hesitate to reply to this thread. Lastly, we'd like to thank all the people who have put their trust in Atlantis and believe in where we are heading. The ride is only just starting and we're glad to have you as part of Atlantis
http://atlmlxbk2mbupwgr.onion/index.php?topic=235.0
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🔹If you’re interested in cryptocurrencies, you have likely heard about the Bitcointalk forum! But do you know as much about it as we do?

🔹Bitcointalk is the oldest and biggest internet forum about the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies as a whole. The website appeared in 2009 when bitcoin was worth just a fraction of a cent. Since then the price of this most famous currency has soared and today is sat at $9 253,46 dollars per coin.
🔹Originally Bitcointalk was created by Satoshi Nakamoto – the father of bitcoin, the man, or, perhaps, even a group of people whose identity has remained in the shadows ever since. Before Bitcointalk, Satoshi used SourceForge to discuss issues regarding bitcoin. Unfortunately, that forum is gone now.
🔹You can, however, still find Satoshi’s Bitcointalk profile – last seen online 13 December 2010 ( https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3) One of the last posts by Satoshi before he finally disappeared was about WikiLeaks. Here’s what he said: “It would have been nice to get this attention in any other context. WikiLeaks has kicked the hornet's nest, and the swarm is headed towards us.”
🔹According to statistics, there are 1.3 million registered users on the forum who wrote over 28.5 million posts in total. Since the inception of Bitcointalk, the website has had a few billion pageviews. An average of 403 new users sign up every day with men to women ratio sitting at 4:1.
Bitcointalk.org was built using SMF – an open source software pack. Design and functionality have not really changed since its very first day.
🔹The “Announcements (Altcoins)” subforum is one of the most popular on the whole website, followed by Bitcoin discussion and Altcoin discussion.
🔹Announcements (Altcoins) has become especially popular in 2017 with the steady rise of ICOs and token generation events that happen every week. This week another thread appeared on that subforum – the official Monopoly project thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3315370.new#new and we will be glad to see you among our visitors on the Bitcointalk forum where you can share your opinions and feedback.
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