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New version of the KDE bitcoin applet

New version of the KDE bitcoin applet submitted by joelthelion to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Musical Bitcoin Bubbles Serve Java Applets, Malware

Musical Bitcoin Bubbles Serve Java Applets, Malware submitted by TheGift1973 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

I had a IFTT applet record the current price of bitcoin each day since July 16th 2017

I had a IFTT applet record the current price of bitcoin each day since July 16th 2017 submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Ubuntu bitcoin indicator applet

Ubuntu bitcoin indicator applet submitted by ynhwebdev to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Want a great Christmas 🎄 gift 🎁 this year ? Pre-order your custom made Satochip hardware wallet 💳 using our crowdfunding on Flipstarter 🐲 !

Want a great Christmas 🎄 gift 🎁 this year ? Pre-order your custom made Satochip hardware wallet 💳 using our crowdfunding on Flipstarter 🐲 !

Introduction

Satochip is an open source and community driven project that aims to provide affordable harware wallet solutions for everyone.
Since 2014, we are patiently working to give you an easy to use and affordable solution to store your favorite cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin Cash and SLP tokens. In that way, Satochip is the very first hardware wallet solution that supports natively all SLP tokens including USDH, USDT, SPICE, SOUR, HONK, MIST...
So far, the Satochip team is a Belgian self-funded startup that works hard to make it real.
Today, we would like to go further and be able to offer on-demand and customizable hardware wallet cards to everyone. In order to achieve that goal, we need you !

http://flipstarter.satochip.io <--

Bitcoin Cash hardware wallet on a smart card.

Open source project and funding solutions

As said, Satochip is a fully open source and self-funded project. That means our only source of revenue comes from the sales we make on our website.
Since the begining of the project, people keep asking us to make dedicated design with a picture of their dog, to make a student badge looking card or to print the SPICE or SOUR logo on it. Unfortunately, our printing process is conditionned by a minimum quantity to make and print a specific design.
We would like to acquire our own chip card printer so we can print on-demand and customizable Satochip cards. But how to achieve such a goal ? Satochip likes its sovereignty and wants to be master of its choices while keeping the project open source and community driven.
That's why we have decided to choose the peer-to-peer crowdfunding solution gracefuly offered by Flipstarter !

http://flipstarter.satochip.io <--

flipstarter.satochip.io

What we plan to do with the raised funds

With the raised funds, we plan to buy a dedicated smart card printer such :
  • the Fargo HID HDP6600 dual-side with the laminator module.
  • the IDP Smart-70 with the IPLO configuration.
  • the Zebra ZXP7 with the laminator module.
These printers cost around 6000$ to 9000$ (without the software program or the printer consumables).
On top of that, we also would like to create dedicated designs for the SLP token projects that would like it such as SPICE or SOUR tokens and list them on our shop.
Our designer team has already made some proposals :

SOUR hardware wallet by Satochip.

SPICE hardware wallet by Satochip.

Help us and get your own and unique Satochip hardware wallet!

If we reach our fundraising target, we would like to thank our backers with Satochip cards.

Help us and get (\)* :
Donation What you will get
0.05 BCH The official Satochip card reader.
0.10 BCH A Satochip card from the First Edition or the SLP card.
0.15 BCH A unique Satochip hardware wallet card with your own picture/image.
(\) Mix and match. For example: a 1 BCH donation can claim up to 9 Satochip cards and a card reader or a unique Satochip card, 8 Satochip First Edition and the card reader.*

All hardware wallet cards will come with our latest applet available on our Github so you can safely store and manage your BTC, BCH and SLP token, LTC, ETH and all the ERC-20 tokens ! As usual, we will provide a free shipping worldwide (for this campaign : tracked shipping is included).


Thank you for your support !

More information about Satochip

💮 Join us on Telegram
🐦 Join us on Twitter
👾 Check our website
🔨 Take a look at our GitHub

https://preview.redd.it/d7it6fsm34m51.png?width=400&format=png&auto=webp&s=24b59a50b1ae0512b7461096e96231af4e28df31
submitted by Satochip to btc [link] [comments]

Java Applet Attack Wipes Out Bitcoin Accounts On Mt. Gox

Java Applet Attack Wipes Out Bitcoin Accounts On Mt. Gox submitted by sebicas to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Satochip - Crowdfunding for customizable hardware wallet (SLP tokens - SPICE, SOUR... Or your dog - good present for Christmas 😀).

Satochip - Crowdfunding for customizable hardware wallet (SLP tokens - SPICE, SOUR... Or your dog - good present for Christmas 😀).

Introduction

Satochip is an open source and community driven project that aims to provide affordable harware wallet solutions for everyone.
Since 2014, we are patiently working to give you an easy to use and affordable solution to store your favorite cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin Cash and SLP tokens. In that way, Satochip is the very first hardware wallet solution that supports natively all SLP tokens including USDH, USDT, SPICE, SOUR, HONK, MIST...
So far, the Satochip team is a Belgian self-funded startup that works hard to make it real.
Today, we would like to go further and be able to offer on-demand and customizable hardware wallet cards to everyone. In order to achieve that goal, we need you !

http://flipstarter.satochip.io <--
Bitcoin Cash hardware wallet on a smart card.

Open source project and funding solutions

As said, Satochip is a fully open source and self-funded project. That means our only source of revenue comes from the sales we make on our website.
Since the begining of the project, people keep asking us to make dedicated design with a picture of their dog, to make a student badge looking card or to print the SPICE or SOUR logo on it. Unfortunately, our printing process is conditionned by a minimum quantity to make and print a specific design.
We would like to acquire our own chip card printer so we can print on-demand and customizable Satochip cards. But how to achieve such a goal ? Satochip likes its sovereignty and wants to be master of its choices while keeping the project open source and community driven.
That's why we have decided to choose the peer-to-peer crowdfunding solution gracefuly offered by Flipstarter !

http://flipstarter.satochip.io <--
flipstarter.satochip.io

What we plan to do with the raised funds

With the raised funds, we plan to buy a dedicated smart card printer such :
  • the Fargo HID HDP6600 dual-side with the laminator module.
  • the IDP Smart-70 with the IPLO configuration.
  • the Zebra ZXP7 with the laminator module.
These printers cost around 6000$ to 9000$ (without the software program or the printer consumables).
On top of that, we also would like to create dedicated designs for the SLP token projects that would like it such as SPICE or SOUR tokens and list them on our shop.
Our designer team has already made some proposals :

SOUR hardware wallet by Satochip.
SPICE hardware wallet by Satochip.

Help us and get your own and unique Satochip hardware wallet!

If we reach our fundraising target, we would like to thank our backers with Satochip cards.

Help us and get (\)* :
Donation What you will get
0.05 BCH The official Satochip card reader.
0.10 BCH A Satochip card from the First Edition or the SLP card.
0.15 BCH A unique Satochip hardware wallet card with your own picture/image.
(\) Mix and match. For example: a 1 BCH donation can claim up to 9 Satochip cards and a card reader or a unique Satochip card, 8 Satochip First Edition and the card reader.*

All hardware wallet cards will come with our latest applet available on our Github so you can safely store and manage your BTC, BCH and SLP token, LTC, ETH and all the ERC-20 tokens ! As usual, we will provide a free shipping worldwide (for this campaign : tracked shipping is included).


Thank you for your support !

More information about Satochip

💮 Join us on Telegram
🐦 Join us on Twitter
👾 Check our website
🔨 Take a look at our GitHub

https://preview.redd.it/th19hls6vol51.png?width=400&format=png&auto=webp&s=13895341be5478bbc34c17e8c7644afe4af69f7e
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categorize applets in Ledger

considering the kinda extreme amount of coins, tokens and stuff the Ledger supports (according to their site it's over 1100), it might be useful to categorize the applets to find stuff easier for example you could make an optional categorized view based on which coin they are based (e.g. listing dash in the bitcoin category or tomochain in the ethereum category), and a seperate category for Tools etc. (stuff like U2F, SSH/PHP Agent or Ledger Hello go into there).
I mean a search bar is nice, but it only helps if you know what you want to look for. if I just wanna know what fun Tools Ledger offers, this is not overly helpful

Edit: Heading should have been "Categorize applets in ledger Live Manager"
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💳 Bitcoin on a smart card ! 💳

💳 Bitcoin on a smart card ! 💳
Edited to fit emergent_reasons comment.
Yeah boy 😎
You read correctly! Bitcoin Cash on a smart card, just like your bank card...
I present you the brand new and disruptive Satochip hardware wallet.
You can use it with Electron Cash (natively) 💪
It has a small form factor, the code loaded on the applet is fully open-source and it supports several crypto-currencies.
The security is done by the ultra secured chip, keys are generated then stored inside and never leave the chip. Access to the wallet is enforced by a PIN code.
Bank card format, PIN code, ... We try to make it super easy to use to get mass adoption!

Satochip - Bitcoin Cash hardware wallet on a smart card.

🔥 🔥 Because cyrpto's are the P2P money for the world 🔥 🔥
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I am really sick of people asking me to disable my adblock.

Look, I get it, you have to feed yourself, donate to some orphanage, you promise, swear, double pinky swear that this won't be like all those other times when sites randomly started "scanning my computer for viruses". That it totally will not be like that time your site opened ten browser windows to random bullshit. Or like that time your videos randomly starting playing, with no input for me, at fuck you volume, because you thought I could really use some solid info on detergent.
I hear you, it will be different, you learned your lesson, it will be different, it will be solely "tasteful" text ads, instead of banners covering some 30% of the extent of the page, and that this time, there will be no tricks where they expand when the mouse is around them so that I accidentally click them and go on a fun "well, gotta close all this shit now and figure where I was and what I was doing" adventure.
What I mean is, I've listened to you. I agree you should get some kinda remuneration for your content, you need to make a living, etc.
And don't get me wrong, you do stuff I like, I will toss a dollar or two on bitcoin, patreon, whatever.
But... look. You had my confidence. I didn't come on the net knowing what adware, malware, code injection, intrusive ads, agressive auto playing videos, etc, were.
I only learned because you would go out of your way, time and time again, to punk me with random idiotic bullshit. And I mean the idiotic more as a dig on me than on you. I thought I could trust you. That your site was same, it would run, it wouldn't give me a virus, crash my computer, overly annoy me, waste my time, et fucking cetera.
But you had to have your cake and eat it too. And I don't mean sketchy human mating documentary sites. I mean news sites, mainstream sites, tech sites, gaming sites, aps that would insert stupid fucking search bars onto my browser and would conveniently open affiliate links for me all the fucking time irrelevant of what I was doing.
But you know what?
I. Am. Done.
I just dont trust you anymore. I am not gonna disable the armor YOU made me use. I am not going to experience sites loading slower, putting a higher load on my rig, and generally being a pain. You had your chance. You blew it.
Its a bit late to tell me you'll do better. You had myriad chances. And you didn't.
And the funny thing is that a lot of sites, still have ads, ads that don't get removed, simple, not obtrusive images, without scripts, java, fucking video, flash, silverlight, etcetera etcetera. And even with ads blocked, I still see those.
Hell, sometimes I even click on those.
But your fucking hellish collages of endless noisy, obnoxious bullshit? Its done.
Bonus unpopular LPT: A ton of sites that complain about adblockers and won't let you see content with them on, can be accessed easily by clicking the refresh, then stop button on your browser before the ad check applet runs.
Let the downvoting begin!

Edit:

05_D0
What works almost everytime is clicking inspect element, go a couple of indentations up and hitting delete. Works 99% of the time and is actually faster then disabling the adblock and refreshing the page'
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Is EOS Network Broken? BAR Provides the Best Using Experience for Users!

Efficiency and using experience are two main factors which hinder the implementation of blockchain application.
Recently, EOS, known as blockchain 3.0, has become a big issue. EOS calls itself TPS transfer with at million level, and the whole network is free of gas. However, it was robbed by econnoisseurs in a airdrop activity on November 1, which directly led to serious congestion of the main network, nearly paralyzed. That’s really disappointing. According to EOS blockchain browser, TPS is around 4000 after the main network goes online for more than one year. In fact, not only EOS, but also Ethereum, known as blockchain 2.0, has been seriously congested. For example, in 2017, CryptoKitty blockchain game and ERC-20 USDT on-line transfer in September 2019.
On November 13, Block.one, the parent company of EOS, announced in the community that it would participate in node voting to deal with the problem of network operation. However, at this stage, EOS held by Block.one is equivalent to 300 million dollars, accounting for about 10% of the total circulation. Such a huge proportion will lead to a more centralized community governance.
In terms of using experience, EOS based on graphene architecture is actually very good. Bitcoin blocks in ten minutes, and Ethereum takes about one minute. In terms of confirmation time, Bitcoin takes about one hour, and Ethereum needs ten minutes, but graphene architecture only takes seconds. In particular, there is no trading fee, which has attracted many fans. According to the requirements for network resource management of EOS, the utilization of CPU, RAM, bandwidth, etc. is based on EOS mortgage. The short-term congestion caused by EOS airdrop is precisely because the CPU resources is pretty popular. The threshold of EOS resource model is too high but the efficiency is too low. In the stage of network congestion, its “threshold using restriction” may lead to a higher using cost, which goes against the original intention of “low cost or even permanent free” of EOS.
BAR is also based on graphene architecture, but in order to improve using experience and make it to a real daily level. BAR blockchain also draws on the technical characteristics of LMAXExBARge, which can handle 6 million transactions per second. The advantage of LMAXExBARge is that it uses an object-oriented data mode. All content is saved in memory, and validation is divided into dependent state and independent state to be checked. By keeping the logic of core business in a single thread and the encryption operations (hash and signature) outside the logic of core business, the BAR blockchain can theoretically handle more than 1 million transactions per second without spending a lot of energy on optimization.
In terms of the utilization of network resource, BAR rejects excessive hype of resources and has launched tap node mode to rewarded node miners to the greatest extent,. Through the complete open source code of BAR blockchain, the third-party autonomous organization will connect the interface with the application layer path (such as App, web page, Applet) developed by itself and open it to the public. The third-party autonomous organization can open the node with faucet function and ensure the decentralization of the network. The faucet account obtains about 80% of all the trading fees generated by all the ordinary members registered through the faucet account as rewards. The faucet node will bear the operation of the main network and eliminate congestion.
The ecosystem of BAR includes not only exchanges, but also Chain-Bar, a decentralized information transfer tool and also a platform for self-media release, and GOCAN, decentralized global network which is open and affiliated. It has over one million user flow and a solid technical foundation. The most powerful public chain is nobody but BAR.
BAR has recently increased by more than 110%, ranking first in the public chain area of Feixiaohao for many times. There is no doubt that BAR, with a large number of potential activities, is gradually returning rich investment feedback for users.
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Security Announcement! ListenToBitcoin is no longer on Google's Malware Domains (so your browser won't block it), but is still infected with wallet stealing malware!

Security Announcement! ListenToBitcoin is no longer on Google's Malware Domains (so your browser won't block it), but is still infected with wallet stealing malware! submitted by compgenius999 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Dose of Ether Podcast Covers The Phonon Network Off-Chain Scaling Solution & The GridPlus Team Answers Their Questions

The Dose of Ether podcast just revisited GridPlus on their latest episode and dived into their questions about the Phonon Network off-chain scaling solution for Ethereum and Bitcoin (and potentially other chains supported on the Lattice1 in the near future). The section covering Phonon Network begins around 36 minutes into the episode and runs till the end.
Mark D'Agostino and Karl Kreder answered some of the questions raised on Twitter and the GridPlus Telegram. Here are some of the responses provided:
Is the Lattice1 required for using Phonon Network?
Karl: " To address some of the questions. The Lattice1 is not required to use Phonon just a compatible smart card. However, having a Lattice1 allows you to do it more securely in a potentially automated way. There are plans afoot that should allow cards to operate across many vendors. " "Other manufacturers can certainly produce this as well, and these cards are pretty cheap. "
Does this require using some kind of hardware though?
Mark: "Yes! It requires having at a minimum the Java Phonon applet on a card. On the brightside, a manufacturer can produce these relatively cheaply. I bet there will be options for end users to buy them for ~$10 or so once at scale. It does not require a secure card reader (the Lattice1), but that is the safest option. A standard insecure card reader may be totally find for a user based upon their threat model. If they are making sub $5 phonon transactions, they are probably fine trusting an insecure card reader. "
Is this the Mac "walled garden" model?
Mark: "No. The Java Phonon applet is open sourced. We imagine other companies may want to produce these cards as well. I *think* Status will likely support it. It will be up to the end user who to trust. Or potentially certificates can go onto an onchain registry of certificates of cards made by supported or trusted manufacturers."
How are double spends prevented?
Karl: " The way that double spends are prevented is by the cards establishing trust when they interact. This is done via manufacturer certificates and a challenge response. Certificates attest to the HW and SW of a card. This gives assurance that Phonons are deleted once sent. The cards need to establish validity of HW/SW on a counterparties card. At manufacture, the card producer signs a public key associated with a cards PUF which serves as an attestation of HW/SW. Users/cards can then decide which cert issuers to trust. Unique certs are on each card"
What happens if I lose the SafeCard I'm storing my Phonons on?
Karl: " There are some trade offs to Phonon. Specifically, if you lose a card, you lose the money on that card. There can’t be recovery else preventing double spends would be impossible. Phonons should be thought of and treated like cash. Convenient but not super durable. "
Could a Status Keyards potentially talk to a GridPlus SafeCard?
Mark: "This is actually a really good question and has many implications. It will come down to a few things. We use certificates on cards which attest to the manufacturer. I trust the Status team, I think they are good actors. I would accept a Phonon from a Status card. I may not accept a Phonon from a random card who I don't know the manufacturer. We are exploring different ways to safely extend the root of trust to additional manufacturers. There is a neat idea floating around that needs to be fully fleshed out, but it looks like putting the certificates of the cards into an on chain registry. That's one way to let many different companies produce cards for Phonon. It would be up to the users to determine which manufacturers are trusted and should be able to add certs to the registry. This gets pretty complex and its only implementation route. Its totally unnecessary if we wanted to create a Phonon smart contract that was supported just by GridPlus or just by Status or just by both of us. But if we want many manufacturers to be able to produce cards to support this system, then it is a pretty clever way to do so."
Is there a time lock component or a need for both parties to be online simultaneously?
Mark: " Nothing like this exists. There is no concept of timeouts, there is no concept of CheckLockTimeVerify from bitcoin or a smart contract that does this in Ethereum. If you lose your card, or lose your pin code, you lose your Phonon. This keeps the implementation very simple, and makes Phonons act most similarly to cash. This has lots of implications, you probably don't want large value transactions in Phonon. Phonon also can't do complex EVM transactions. It's not a replacement for plasma or generalized state channels. It does do private scalable transfers really well, at zero cost. But there are more risks (like no backups)."
Lucian from Dose of Ether later joined the GridPlus Telegram to ask further questions so if you're curious to learn more join up and read through that discussion and share your own questions as well!
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How do you keep track of Portfolio?

Hi all, I am currently using Blockfolio to minitor my portfolio but I did want something within Excel or desktop app? is anyone using anything that they have found useful?
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TREZOR shipments delayed till Jan - but with some extra features

TREZOR shipments delayed till Jan - but with some extra features submitted by firepacket to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

[Meta] The Libgen/Sci-hub thread: How-to's, updates, and news

Greetings, scholars!

Please leave suggestions, edits, tips, etc. in the comments or PM me.
Libgen’s shakeup the last few weeks has prompted the creation of this post as a reference thread for news and updates regarding the current state of affairs. We rely on the community for most of the Libgen news, so please comment here if you have any so that we can integrate it. Additionally, Libgen and Sci-hub user guides are (will be) posted below as comments which will be permalinked on the sidebar. Feel free to share these links with requesters who are not familiar with Libgen/Sci-hub.
With the increased difficulty (albeit not much for seasoned users) and uncertainty of accessing Libgen, we should remember that /scholar began promoting their use only ~a year ago. As a fulfiller, you’re welcome to use whatever means of sharing you please, but please be considerate of those who have not used these services before and help them be successful. Of course it is your choice to directly upload articles via file hosting services, or suggest that a requester retrieve the article via Libgen/Sci-hub, but please be kind with your suggestions. The purpose of this subreddit remains unchanged: to (quickly) share knowledge with those in need. A giant THANK YOU to all those who have helped their brethren!

Libgen status: Online (as of Apr 23, 2016) - Please consider making a donation for a new mirror

As of 7/21/15, the "Scientific articles" button appears to be gone from the main Libgen pages.
As far as I know, each of these links searches the same database.
Libgen servers are blocking USA IP addresses. The easiest way around this is to use the .unblocked domain; i.e. https://libgen.unblocked.li for articles and https://libgen.unblocked.li/scimag for books. For a more streamlined solution, use free VPN service like betternet VPN (chrome:firefox) or Zenmate (chrome:firefox) to access. Zenmate is recommended because you can choose your country of proxy. You can also try hidebux or use the Tor browser. See this post for more discussion. UK IPs will not serve Libgen requests, but UKers can still access Libgen (I believe, correct me here) via http://gen.lib.rus.ec/ See this post for more discussion.

Sci-hub status: Online, but note new domains (as of Apr 22, 2016) .

From Sci-Hub: URGENT! The blocking of Sci-Hub domains is ongoing. It is very likely that soon sci-hub.io address will stop working. Yes, we have another addresses to move on. But there is a better solution. You can simply specify 31.184.194.81 as one of your DNS servers in your computer network settings. Any domain will work then regardless of any blocking. How to do this? There is an instruction available for OpenDNS, however you can use it for Sci-Hub too. Just type in 31.184.194.81 instead of 208.67.222.222. At the university, you can also ask computer network administrators to configure this DNS server for Sci-Hub domains. This operation will revive even for old addresses: sci-hub.org, sci-hub.club and others. Please share this information to all interested parties, and Best regards!
Sci-hub may require proxy for US users.

News

Journal Article featuring (in part) /scholar
How Piracy Became a Cause Celebre in the World of Academics June 2016
Elsevier still pissed and frustrated with sci-hub May 2016
Who's downloading pirated papers? Everyone Apriil 2016
Should all research papers be free? (NY Times) March 2016
(US) Court Orders Shutdown of (Russian-hosted) Libgen, Bookfi, and Scihub. November 4, 2015.
A provocative piece in the Guardian predicting an academic ‘Biblioleaks’ and a further analysis of that article. August 13, 2015.
Court case filed in New York: Elsevier vs Sci-hub et. al
Libgen goes down due to legal pressure - June 22, 2015
Libgen sued by Elsevier - June 9, 2015

Other Libgen/Sci-hub Links

Sci-hub applet for Chrome and Firefox and examples on how to use it.
Official DevForums (in Russian)
Info about Libgen from its forum
Donate to libgen: bitcoin 1ENFY4h7ntGZbqwcwpQtXVFJrPnfXRHQLe
Donate to Sci-hub: paypal [removed] or bitcoin 1K4t2vSBSS2xFjZ6PofYnbgZewjeqbG1TM
Torrents:
Articles torrents
Books torrents
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Upgraded my shrine for no real reason but it looks good. The start of hopefully many aesthetic mods for the future, Suggestions Brothers?

Upgraded my shrine for no real reason but it looks good. The start of hopefully many aesthetic mods for the future, Suggestions Brothers? submitted by pocketpotato to pcmasterrace [link] [comments]

A Bitoin Cash geek contest that's lasting 3 days(6/1~6/3) has ended in a satisfactory way. Here's top 3 teams' works for BCH application.

Top 1 mempool team
Top 2 ViaBTC team & GON
Top 3 西安哈希战队,比特币运输船,神雕侠侣
mempool: URI-paying browser plug-ins and systems based on Bitcoin Cash. By extending the HTTP/1.1 Status Code 402 protocol, the browser plug-in is allowed to automatically/manually pay for a URI-authorized browser plug-in/server system when payment is required.
ViaBTC: The BCH-based authenticator is designed to enhance the software experience. Now it's deployed on IOS and Andorid. This authenticator can permanetly store date, sychronize on multiple devices, recover data quickly and does not require server. It's tamper-resistant. It's working principle is accqiring GA information, encrypting private key, sharding, adding markers and making generated transactions.
GON: TokenDice (Token Dice), a fully-chained 1v1 quiz application based on BCH decentralized. Its implementation principle is to open the opcode: OP_DATASIGNVERIFY, RPC: signmessage, createrawtransaction, buildscript, signtx, lock script, and unlock script (contract code): The player enters a random value, takes a model n, and calculates the outcome.
神雕侠侣: IFPassword password management software (ifpass.cash) is designed to allow more people to benefit from the blockchain. The application stems from the fact that there are many passwords in real life, weak password security levels, duplication of passwords on different platforms, inability to remember passwords, and lack of trust in third parties such as icloud. The application enables users to manage passwords (traditional websites), private key management (for new websites), one-click login (browser plug-ins), and realize permanent storage on the chain, importing them at any time, and using browsers and applets. Light application. 比特币运输船: Shell books were developed by a team of students from the sophomore at the Computer College of Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications. This is a product based on blockchain technology developed for target groups aged 15-29. You can record your own fading diary, read interesting diaries of others, write diaries with interesting people, and create memories with time. 西安哈希战队:BCH investment ecosystem aims to use BCH to invest in the world and use BCH to invest in traditional financial markets. With the gameplay process is simple and direct, information is linked, can not be changed, can see more or bearish, BCH buy-in, the target is a complete chain of contracts, the user orders information on the chain and so on.
If you'd like to know more of the contest's details, you can search "bchgeek" on the Internet. But the language is Chinese. Glad to know that people from all over the world is making effort for BCH.
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BWallet is completely open source now

While Trezor is quietly changing their License and stay half-opensource, BWallet is completely open source now:
1.schematic: https://github.com/BWallet/bwallet-sch
2.browser plug-in: https://github.com/BWallet/bwallet-applet
3.web wallet: https://github.com/BWallet/webwallet
4.BWallet server: https://github.com/BWallet/java-obelisk https://github.com/BWallet/bwallet-server https://github.com/BWallet/libbitcoin
5.More source: https://github.com/BWallet?tab=repositories
After this, bitcoiner can choose:
1.Buy Trezor device;
2.Buy BWallet device;
3.Make own Hardware Wallet. like XXXWallet
4.And build own web wallet.
DON'T WORRY, BWALLET WILL NEVER CHANGE THE LICENSE.
We are happy to see more and more bitcoiner review BWallet device & server codes. And we are happy to see more and more bitcoiner make own Hardware Wallet.
Do I must buy Trezor? The answer is No!
BWallet is not for life-saving cold storage, it's just a safe hotwallet.
BWallet offer more choices to bitcoiners.
---- BUY BWALLET HERE <------
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Twitter to reddit — filtering out posts by keyword

I have a Twitter-to-subreddit applet that posts tweets by specific twitter users to a subreddit. Does anyone know how to exclude tweets that include a particular keyword, say, “bitcoin”? Thanks.
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A Bitoin Cash geek contest that's lasting 3 days(6/1~6/3) has ended in a satisfactory way. Here's top 3 teams' works for BCH application.

Top 1 mempool team
Top 2 ViaBTC team & GON
Top 3 西安哈希战队,比特币运输船,神雕侠侣
mempool: URI-paying browser plug-ins and systems based on Bitcoin Cash. By extending the HTTP/1.1 Status Code 402 protocol, the browser plug-in is allowed to automatically/manually pay for a URI-authorized browser plug-in/server system when payment is required.
ViaBTC: The BCH-based authenticator is designed to enhance the software experience. Now it's deployed on IOS and Andorid. This authenticator can permanetly store date, sychronize on multiple devices, recover data quickly and does not require server. It's tamper-resistant. It's working principle is accqiring GA information, encrypting private key, sharding, adding markers and making generated transactions.
GON: TokenDice (Token Dice), a fully-chained 1v1 quiz application based on BCH decentralized. Its implementation principle is to open the opcode: OP_DATASIGNVERIFY, RPC: signmessage, createrawtransaction, buildscript, signtx, lock script, and unlock script (contract code): The player enters a random value, takes a model n, and calculates the outcome.
神雕侠侣: IFPassword password management software (ifpass.cash) is designed to allow more people to benefit from the blockchain. The application stems from the fact that there are many passwords in real life, weak password security levels, duplication of passwords on different platforms, inability to remember passwords, and lack of trust in third parties such as icloud. The application enables users to manage passwords (traditional websites), private key management (for new websites), one-click login (browser plug-ins), and realize permanent storage on the chain, importing them at any time, and using browsers and applets. Light application. 比特币运输船: Shell books were developed by a team of students from the sophomore at the Computer College of Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications. This is a product based on blockchain technology developed for target groups aged 15-29. You can record your own fading diary, read interesting diaries of others, write diaries with interesting people, and create memories with time. 西安哈希战队:BCH investment ecosystem aims to use BCH to invest in the world and use BCH to invest in traditional financial markets. With the gameplay process is simple and direct, information is linked, can not be changed, can see more or bearish, BCH buy-in, the target is a complete chain of contracts, the user orders information on the chain and so on.
If you'd like to know more of the contest's details, you can search "bchgeek" on the Internet. But the language is Chinese.
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Aegees Messenger: Development Status and Plans

Aegees Messenger: Development Status and Plans


What is being tested, what is planned and some new ideas
Here we are again, to tell you more about Aegees Messenger and our plans to make it the most protected and convenient messenger on the market. This time, we’ll talk in more detail about the new functions we are working on and the project timeline, including testing and release plans. We’ll also share some of our ideas for the future.
Completed Development and Work in Progress
When it comes to core functions, we have already completed the development of text messaging, file exchange, audio calling, group chat and desktop versions of the app as well as a syncing solution and multiple device support – and of course, stickers!
There’s one more detail we are particularly proud to report – it was tough, but we’ve done it! The crypto container that will serve the app’s revolutionary data security component is ready too. Also, in the first half of 2018, we successfully implemented ARGON2i, a KDF algorithm that protects passwords from hacking and hashes all data that’s transferred to servers. We have also established a global server infrastructure to support our app.
The main super-task we have set for ourselves can be summed up as, “no data stored on servers and no non-encrypted data transfers”. It’s a worthy goal, but it sure did make the development process much more challenging, time-consuming and resource intensive. Even the most basic details are much harder to develop with those preconditions taken into consideration – like syncing chats on multiple devices or drafting a plain text message.
Part of our team is now focused on testing; this week, it’s audio-conferencing. This is our current priority, because even the current market leaders only say that this function is ‘coming soon’, whereas we have already developed ours and all data flows in our app will be encrypted.
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Among other things, we are now trying out our ‘weak password’ testing tool and working on many system components that we are checking for iPad compatibility issues. We are also working on overall app stability and performance based on performance logs and error reports extracted from Google Play and App Store.
In other words, we are very close to the soft launch phase, and we are planning our first global product release at the end of the year. It will feature all of the functions and features that have been developed so far.
Coming Soon
We plan to use the remaining time before the end of the year to finish very many tasks, including developing a quick ‘user invite’ function and video calling. We also plan to build a file manager for the crypto container, implement support for user stickers and make sure the system is operating in at least five languages in our first release or, if time allows - twenty. Our ultimate goal is for messenger app to support 40 different languages.
As if that wasn’t enough, we’ll be working hard on our cryptocurrency tools for the app. We aim to complete the cryptocurrency transfer and exchange function, at least partially, in time for the global launch.
We have already developed the server-side element of Bitcoin transactions and by the year’s end, we plan to implement fully functional mechanisms for transfers and currency exchange operations with Bitcoin, DASH, Ether and NEM. Another item on our ‘to-do’ list is to develop a blockchain-based recording system for user transactions, because we see blockchain technology as the new standard for electronic validation.
We also plan to add more security mechanisms on top of the core security functionality we have already developed. In August, we intend to implement timed message deletion to boost privacy and user data protection. We will also design and develop facial recognition and voice biometrics authentication solutions to go with our innovative “intruder’s eye on the screen” detection system.
Because of possible crackdowns in countries where official policies will not permit products and services that guarantee its users complete anonymity, we’ve decided to develop a solution for that too. To make our app ‘block-proof’, we’re going to implement a decentralised transport infrastructure that is also on track to be completed this year.
What’s Next?
These are the four main points we will implement in the development of our product:
• Migration to the Aegees.DCI fully decentralised infrastructure;
• Boosting communication security while maintaining a user-friendly UI;
• Further development of a cryptocurrency transaction kits and the launch of our own cryptocurrency;
• Identifying and pursuing additional system integration opportunities.
We plan to complete migration to the decentralised infrastructure called, Aegees.DCI, in 2019. We will have to set up a P2P transport layer consisting of one thousand nodes and we plan to use the cjdns communication protocol.
We intend to improve our app’s primary function as a communication tool through enhancing its existing functionality and adding new options. For example, we plan to implement video conferencing and hidden chats. We are also considering an integration solution with SMS and Email messaging. Screen and theme customisation tools will also be made available in 2019.
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We will continue to work on our cryptocurrency transaction kit by expanding the list of supported currencies with a view to implementing support for thirteen cryptocurrencies by the start of 2019:
1. Bitcoin 2. Etherium 3. DASH 4. NEM 5. Monero 6. Ripple 7. Bitcoin Cash 8. EOS 9. Litecoin 10. Stelar 11. TRON 12. IOTA 13. zCash
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Following this, we intend on developing a proprietary cryptocurrency exchange platform, launching AEGT, our own cryptocurrency and making a cryptocurrency wallet within the app available for all supported currencies.
Also in our development pipeline right now are solutions for integration with communication and trading bots and a system to equip our messenger with a media file playback applet and document viewer.
The Bottom Line
We are working every day to bring all of these plans to fruition and we’ve already completed the groundwork for many of the solutions. But now its time to step up the pace and really make things happen. So we’ll be burning the midnight oil as you stay tuned for more info!
Until next time!
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