Don't use Blockchain.info iOS wallet if you need to send exact amount
Unfortunately this bug isn't fixed for a year now. I don't know why. When you scan a QR code with with bitcoin url scheme somehow iOS blockchain.info wallet strip around 100-200 satoshi. The consequence are underpaid invoices. Upvote for visibility and fix.
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PayPal zieht Bitcoin als Einzahlungsinstrument in Betracht
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The QR code in the Trinity wallet contains a string of 81 characters indicating an address. Only to people familiar to IOTA, this has a meaning and even then, no one will quickly recognize the exact length of 81 characters. Other information in QR codes contains a URI, like a web URL, mailto, contact data in VCF, etc. Any QR code scanner will directly know what to do with that information. Even Bitcoin has a URI: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/BIP_0021 I think that IOTA could also benefit from having a proper URI scheme, like: iota://pay/address/?tag=,amount= iota://pay/use.. iota://mam//read iota://mam//post?message= iota://listen/ Items in stores could then be provided with tags for automatic payment or reading of a URL with information about the authenticity. Applications in the IOTA ecosystem can then work seamlessly together, the step to introducing IOTA can be transparent for most users and services can be built on top of IOTA more easily. The next step would then of course be an exchange format, where distributed wallets can communicate with each other, contact data that can be exchanged over the Tangle, etc. I think the first step to this would be a clean URI scheme, but I haven't found anything and seeing that the Trinity wallet does not even include this, I doubt that this idea was considered before. I also do not think that the community can define a good scheme, as only the IF knows what's in the pipeline and are at the forefront of standardization. Is anyone aware of efforts in this direction or reasons why this does not seem to have been done yet?
[Wyoming, US] Is it legal for a website to falsely claim to be registered in this state?
I don't want to give the website hits, so I'm leaving the URL out of this post. A cryptocurrency YouTuber with a modest following caught my attention about a year ago and I have used my OSINT skills to reasonably conclude he's a con man. I've got about 40 screenshots confirming he is using a pseudonym, has lied about being a special operator in the U.S. military, has multiple felony convictions, and he is grossly exaggerating his success in cryptocurrency. All of this has been in service to pump-and-dump schemes involving alternatives to Bitcoin. His latest venture is an online course in becoming a social media influencer. Someone with OSINT skills exceeding mine has published a blog post outlining it as a scam using a lot of the old tricks, like buying "Likes," "Friends," and reviews. This time, he has name-dropped an extremely popular YouTuber but there's no indication they've even heard of him. My first thought was to shoot that YouTuber's talent management office a screenshot of the use of their likeness and the URL, but that's where I'm stuck. His website has a "terms of service" that looks legitimate, but the address is for a P.O. Box in Wyoming (he is not, nor has he ever been a resident there). The Wyoming Secretary of State business registry has no record of any LLC or SP that uses the address. I spoke to an ex of his and she said in the past he would claim his "business" was incorporated somewhere and simply not file any paperwork to save money. I sent an e-mail to the Wyoming SoS with the link and asking an approximation of this question, but they simply said they were "just an office for filing" and suggested that a lawyer might be able to help me. I can't think of a way to effectively warn people who might be duped, so I feel like I have a moral obligation to deplatform him. That said, I really can't afford to drop whatever amount a lawyer would require for a consultation. Is what he's doing illegal? To whom should I share my evidence that he's lying about these things to enrich himself?
🤔Your Opinion Matters 🔥 So Store It Safely On-Chain And Earn From It
💡Yup - Rate Anything on Any Website
Yup is a second layer social capital protocol built on EOS blockchain. It enables you to upvote or downvote all the content on the internet. It also facilitates a reward scheme and governance model centered around reputation, which means it pays you to rate the internet. Here’s how you can get money and clout: Add the browser extension, it takes just two clicks and is 100% free. Click the Yup icon and rate anything, like cute pet photos, viral debates, top influencers, fun memes, gifs, or any random links. Then how to earn your tokens and influence? If others give similar opinions to you, you’ll earn YUPX tokens. The tokens can be swapped for Venmo or Amazon cash. You can use the extension on any site. Additionally, some reactions on major social media such as Twitter likes, YouTube likes, Reddit upvotes, Google Maps ratings will be treated as Yup votes too. Begin “yupping” right away and earn!
💡Koalament - Store Your Comment Safely
Koalament is an opensource commenting service that uses an extension to store comments on the Bitcoin SV blockchain. Your comment will be bound to a key (label), that can be a URL, hashtag, brand name, topic, etc. No user, webmaster, service provider, etc. can remove your comments as a result of a disagreement between parties. It does not require any permission to access the browser’s data and your privacy is protected. So you can leave a truly censorship-free comment on any website! It supports Chrome and Firefox browsers. The steps to install the extension and make things work are pretty much like Yup. But for Koalament, you have to log in with a specific wallet. The Koalament team charges a fee that in total wouldn’t pass $0.006 per comment to prevent users from spamming the network. Enjoy the decentralized and uncensored web!
💡AltYes - Turn Your Browser Into Your Posting “UI”
AltYes makes it possible for you to share content on various social networks within a few clicks. AltYes is providing a very user-friendly browser extension to completely socialize the internet on an unprecedented level. You can crosspost anything on different platforms. See a meme on Twitter? You can easily share it with your community on Telegram.? Find some useful knowledge on Wikipedia? Post it on your Facebook timeline right away. With AltYes, you are also able to potentially earn some extra income for sharing your life and experiences with the world. If you share content to Hive blockchain, where this project is built, you might get some tokens as a reward. So you can enjoy the benefit of blockchain tokenization by simply surfing in your browser, without having to know all the ins and outs of programming. It’s available for Chrome, Brave, Firefox and Netbox browsers. Yes, turn your browser into your posting “UI” now. You may also like:
Ergo’s smart contracts and DeFi functionality are built on Sigma protocols – a powerful, flexible class of zero-knowledge proofs. Find out more about why they’re so important, and how they put Ergo head and shoulders above the competition. Cryptography is a fascinating area, and one of the most exciting and intriguing concepts it offers are zero-knowledge proofs. In simple terms, a zero-knowledge proof allows someone to prove they know the solution to a problem without actually revealing the solution itself. Let’s say someone picks up a phone in a bar. You can prove it’s yours by hiding the screen, entering the unlock code and showing the unlocked screen to the person who found it. This is a simple example of a zero-knowledge proof: you have proven you own the phone without giving away any sensitive information. In cryptography, most practical problems are associated with secrets. The most popular application lies in digital signatures, used by millions of people around the world every day. Essentially, these involve saying: ‘This message proves I know the private key associated with this public key – but I’m not revealing the private key itself’. (Not every digital signature scheme uses zero-knowledge proofs, but the most popular do.) Sigma protocols Among the hundreds or even thousands of zero-knowledge protocols, there is a sub-class of efficient and composable proof-of-knowledge protocols called Sigma Protocols. These are also known as Generalized Schnorr Proofs. Sigma protocols can be represented as digital signatures in a straightforward way, so we can effectively think of them as signatures in the context of blockchain. A Schnorr signature is a simple Sigma protocol signature, then. Schnorr signatures have been proposed as an alternative to Bitcoin’s current signatures. (It is one of the most efficient signature schemes, which is why it would be beneficial for Bitcoin.) However, there are dozens of other Sigma protocols. One of the great things about them is that they are composable, using simple AND and OR logic. So you can ask for a signature with the following statement: ‘Prove to me knowledge of either this secret OR that secret’ (this is a one-of-two ring signature). Or you can ask, ‘Prove to me knowledge of any two of these three secrets’ (a two-of-three ring signature). Those are just two simple examples; there are many more, and they can be far more complex and sophisticated. Ergo: Sigma + blockchain When combined with a blockchain, these composable proofs enable some very powerful use cases. The logic for proofs can include conditions based on blockchain state. For example, ‘If the deadline block height has been reached, Alice can provide knowledge of a secret key for a refund. OR a ring signature from Alice and Bob is required to spend coins.’ Or ‘If this account holds a minimum of 100 ERG, Alice OR Bob can remove funds above that amount.’ Thus some very interesting and flexible DeFi applications can be built on Ergo, using secure, straightforward and efficient Sigma protocols. Share post: Facebook Twitter Ergoplatform.org
Ergo enables new models of financial interaction, underpinned by smart contracts built on flexible and powerful Sigma protocols but easily accessible to developers. One of the most exciting things about blockchain is the possibility of making digital agreements without any trusted intermediaries. In the simplest use case, pioneered by Bitcoin, Alice can send a payment directly to Bob, wherever the two of them are located around the world, with no bank or any trusted third party needed. However, with the functionality of a modern blockchain like Ergo, it is possible to make far more complex and sophisticated financial agreements than simple payments. Take the following example. Gold-backed tokens Alice uses ERGs to purchase gold-backed tokens from Bob. Bob stores the gold in a secure vault, and uses the blockchain to issue one token for every Troy ounce of gold he has. Alice can then use these tokens freely in different contracts, transferring and trading them under whatever conditions she specifies in the smart contract code. When Alice wants to sell the tokens for physical gold, she can conduct another transaction with Bob, receiving ERG in return, at market price. The point of blockchain contracts is to eliminate the need for trust. While the purchase transaction is now trustless, in this instance Alice still needs to trust Bob about two things. Firstly, Bob may refuse to swap the gold tokens back to ERG at the correct price when Alice wants to sell. Secondly, Bob may default on his obligations – running away with the gold, or misusing the funds he receives and running a fractional reserve. Extending the contracts To address these issues, we can create an Oracle, or decentralised price feed. This uses multiple sources of external data to record the price of gold to the blockchain at regular intervals. This price feed will be the reference point for the redemption contract that manages the sale of Alice’s gold with Bob (or any other participant). Thus the system automatically enforces the right price when a swap takes place. The second situation requires a third-party insurer, Charlie, whose service is also hosted on the blockchain with a smart contract. When Alice purchases gold from Bob, she additionally buys an insurance contract from Charlie. The payment can be dependent on factors including the amount of insurance required, and Bob’s reputation – again, managed by a decentralized feedback mechanism. Now, if Bob defaults, Alice will automatically receive the value of her gold tokens, with Charlie effectively acting as a buyer of last resort. Programmable contracts There are, of course, many other example use cases like this one. We can also extend this use case, adding further economic actors. For example, Charlie may sell shares in his insurance business to Dave and other participants, providing them with a proportion of revenues in return for ensuring he has the capital he needs to cover any liabilities from the outset. However, even the most complex use case is simpler than general-purpose software that can be used to program any contract. After all, generalised logic must be both far-reaching and secure. Moreover, even a specialised contract is made up of many steps, each of which is fairly simple. Thus another requirement for a general-purpose platform is that it should simplify the process of writing contracts, making them as accessible (and safe) as possible. This can be achieved with the use of template agreements, with customisable parameters. The insurance contract above could be based on a module with flexible parameters, for example. This could be used and reused in many different circumstances. Ergo’s approach This is essentially the approach that Ergo takes, providing superior support for real-world financial agreements. It does this through:
Support for multi-stage contracts (watch details for developers)
A simple high-level language, ErgoScript, enabling clear descriptions of contractual logic
Support for formal verification of contracts for improved security guarantees (Ergo Platform deployed its first formally verified p2p crowdfunding contract just three months after the network launched)
Easy Oracle creation
Native support for complex signature schemes In short, creating financial contracts on the blockchain isn’t just about the functionality you provide. It’s about making that functionality safe and accessible, as well as powerful. Ergo achieves this and more.
Japan's crypto-friendly financial services company SBI Holdings will give shareholders the option to receive the XRP cryptocurrency as a benefit.
SBI announced on Friday shareholders could either take the benefit in XRP or another product offered by health food and cosmetics subsidiary SBI Alapromo. Under the scheme, new shareholders on the company's registry as of the starting date of March 31 can accept XRP to the value of 2,000 yen (around $18), while those who've been shareholders for over a year will receive 8,000 yen ($73.50) in the cryptocurrency. The Alapromo alternatives include cosmetics, health supplements and brown rice powder. All shareholders are being given a 50-percent discount on supplements and cosmetics sold by the subsidiary. There is caveat for those who would take the XRP benefit: they must be resident in Japan and have an account at SBI's cryptocurrency exchange VC Trade, which launched in 2018 as the first crypto trading platform backed by a bank. SBI has been one of the most active corporations in crypto and blockchain. As well as the exchange, it has a crypto mining division that recently was reported to be involved in potentially the world's biggest bitcoin mine under development in Texas. The firm has also formed a joint venture with Ripple, which is involved in the development of XRP, to offer a cash transfer app called Money Tap. That project has seen participation from a number of Japanese banks.
Looking for frontend developers and artists for building CryptoPandas during the SLP hackathon!
We’re looking for experts for building CryptoPandas during the SLP hackathon. CryptoPandas is basically an adaptation of CryptoKitties to the Bitcoin Cash blockchain, but with lower fees and an (arguably) cuter species. CryptoPandas uses SLP NFT1 tokens to represent the genome of a panda. New pandas can be birthed by anyone who has a male and a female panda. Only panda tokens following the birthing specification will be considered valid, similar to how only SLP transactions have to follow the SLP rules, albeit invalid token transactions may exist on the blockchain. For the user, the process looks as follows:
Acquire pandas (by buying them/receiving them from someone else, or by birthing them given two pandas of opposite gender).
Select two pandas that should do their didgeridoo business.
The app creates 3 transactions, where the last one, the fertilizing transaction, pays a breeding fee to the operators of CryptoPandas, and broadcasts them to the network.
Once the fertilizing transaction is confirmed on the network, the genome is determined and the panda can be born. Based on the genome of the parents, the transaction hash of the fertilizing transaction and the blockhash of the block that mined the fertilizing transaction, a new genome is determined.
The app broadcasts a transaction containing the fertilizing transaction and an SLP NFT1 parent token to create a SLP NFT1 child token containing this genome, which is the new panda.
The user can now sell the panda, keep it, or breed new pandas with it. (He could also burn it but that wouldn’t be very polite).
For the implementation during the hackathon, the following has to be implemented:
Two smart contracts, one for the fertilizing transaction and one for the CryptoPandas parent token.
A backend that maintains around 100 CryptoPandas parent tokens on the chain.
A backend that validates (see below) and lists panda tokens of a specific address (+caching).
A nice website that displays the pandas the user owns and where the user can select two pandas to do the didgeridoo. It should also allow sending pandas to a different address.
Artwork for the pandas, that means different pictures for different genes which will be layered according to the genome of the panda.
This would require the following experts: - A Script/CashScript developer (that could be me). - An SLP-savvy backend developer (could be me too). - A general backend developer who sets up the APIs for the frontend and does the panda validation. - An SLP-savvy frontend developer (assuming WebAssembly is an option, that would be pretty much the same as the above) for performing the birthing process. - A panda-savvy artist who’s able to create different layers for different traits of pandas (definitely not me). - A general frontend developer who’s good at creating a good UX (absolutely not me). If any of the above seem attractive to you, please write me on telegram: @tobiassan The technical process looks as follows (review SLP NFT1 specification for SLP details):
The user selects two pandas of opposite gender from their wallet
The app creates two DNA transactions for each panda, where the panda is both kept alive as new output (usually, procreation doesn’t result in death) and where a DNA baton output is created that will be consumed in a fertilizing transaction
The app then creates a fertilizing transaction, which consumes both DNA outputs, puts some metadata in OP_RETURN, and creates a new P2SH smart contract output with 0.001 BCH as birthing fee.
* The first challenge (or function) of the P2SH smart contract can only be spent by the creator of the fertilizing transaction and must send 0.001 BCH to the operators of CryptoPandas at vout=2. This will be chosen if the user wants to birth the panda after reviewing its stats
* The second challenge can only be spent by the operators of CryptoPandas pandas with a timelock of 1 day. This will be chosen if the user didn’t birth the panda after a day, and the fee can be claimed by the operators of CryptoPandas.
The app waits until the fertilizing transaction is mined and then notifies the user that the panda is ready to be born.
For the birthing transaction, an SLP NFT1 CryptoPandas parent token is required (see SLP NFT1 spec). These will be provided as anyone-can-spend smart contracts by the operators of CryptoPandas. They will maintain a pool of ~100 outputs that contain this parent token in the following P2SH output with two challenges:
* The output can be spent by anyone as long as 0.001 BCH are send to the operators of CryptoPandas at vout=2 and the input appears at the first position (vin=0).
* The output can be spent by the operators of CryptoPandas.
After the fertilizing transaction has been mined, the genome of the new panda is determined. It’s the result of gene swapping and random mutation based on the blockhash of the block containing the fertilizing transaction.
To get a panda token, a new SLP NFT1 GENESIS transaction will be created with the genome as part of the .
For this, the P2SH output of the fertilizing transaction will be combined with a CryptoPandas parent token as above and both spent for the GENESIS transaction. The fee for the birthing is already part of the P2SH output and just has to be forwarded to the operators of CryptoPandas.
Immediately, the user can send the new panda token to a different address just like any other SLP NFT1 token.
While this scheme is quite complex, it fully non-interactive, ie. the only thing the operators of CryptoPandas have to do is maintain a pool of anyone-can-spend parent tokens. Verification has the same properties as the Simple Ledger Protocol, meaning to verify a panda token, a DAG check has to be performed.
Digital gold: Promoting and advancing gold worldwide
https://preview.redd.it/laj54dy42ah41.png?width=572&format=png&auto=webp&s=4a77aa5809e117b9ef0424b6d26df39dfe71fadf Introduction Digital gold is a blockchain based endeavor that expect to set the gold market with blockchain going for digitalization of gold, the essential metal which have been used as a methods for bit and experience for unlimited years. Customers can use the platform in a brief moment purchase the GOLD token, each coin being identifying with one gram of 99.99% FINE gold that is controlled in the company's(DIGITAL GOLD LTD) vaults. In like way, the tokens pull in customers to in a meandering way use gold to make budgetary exchanges, or to utilize it as a wealth hoarding approach. To help give a striking degree of trust, all gold traversed the GOLD token is managed in the alliance's expressed vault, in relationship with BullionStar. Every GOLD is given using ethereum sharp understanding ,without a doubt the aggregate of GOLD tokens put into stream can be ensured by frameworks for any Ethereum square explorer and 100% of this tokens got are checked by physical gold. The firm is ambiguous from the estimation of physical gold that is discovered the chance to support customers, and set away in a BullionStar based secure vault. Customers are permitted to complete their due affirmation by referencing the BullionStar live outline reports. Everything considered, an unapproachable audit report is given on a quarterly clarification, in that inspiration driving requirement referencing the estimation of gold being controlled. DIGITAL GOLD: THE Fate OF GOLD WITH BLOCKCHAIN The Digital Gold endeavor isn't a Hidden Coin Offering, as no crowdfunding effort is being done. All undertakings are self-kept up, consequently any checking of the GOLD token results in an undulating mind blowing understanding based confirming of physical gold. https://preview.redd.it/ngknssu73ah41.png?width=501&format=png&auto=webp&s=575712dfe2928688cdb048d6b0e169059ea79f08 POSITIVE Highlights OF GOLD TOKENS
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Admins: Implement the Onion Mirror Guidelines to remain listed on dark.fail
Admins, To reduce the impact of phishing and to ease automatic PGP verification of mirrors, dark.fail is now defining the Onion Mirror Guidelines. (“OMG”) Admins that implement this standard show a commitment to user safety by proving ownership of all URLs associated with their site, and by committing to regularly prove control of their PGP key. Sites which do not implement these guidelines by Dec 1, 2019 will be marked as "unverified" on dark.fail and listed below all other sites. DarkDotFail ========= Onion Mirror Guidelines ("OMG") Version alpha You must host these text files at all of your .onion URLs: /pgp.txt - Required - HTTP 200 text/plain - A list of all PGP public keys allowed to announce your official mirrors. - May contain multiple PGP keys. - All keys must be ASCII armored. - Do not list a key here unless it is trusted to sign official .onion URLs. - Example: http://darkfailllnkf4vf.onion/pgp.txt /mirrors.txt - Required - HTTP 200 text/plain - PGP SIGNED list of all official mirrors of your site. - Mirrors must be signed by a PGP key which is in /pgp.txt hosted at all of your URLs. - Any line in this file which begins with “http://“ or “https://“ is an official mirror of your site. - Mirrors must all host the same content. No related forums, no link lists. Place forums, other sites in /related.txt instead. - All valid mirrors must only contain a scheme and domain name, no ports or paths. - /pgp.txt and /mirrors.txt must have the same content on all of your URLs. - Text which is not intended to be parsed as an official mirror must be commented out with a “#” as the first character on the line. - Example: http://darkfailllnkf4vf.onion/mirrors.txt /canary.txt - Required - HTTP 200 text/plain - PGP SIGNED message MUST be updated every 14 days. - Can be signed by any key specified in /pgp.txt - The message must contain the latest Bitcoin block hash and the current date in YYYY-MM-DD format, with string “I am in control of my PGP key.” and must also include the string "I will update this canary within 14 days." - If you cannot do this you should not be running a darknet market. - Example: http://darkfailllnkf4vf.onion/canary.txt /related.txt - Optional - HTTP 200 text/plain - PGP SIGNED list of all .onion sites related to your site. - This is where you list forums, link lists, related services. - Follow the same rules as /mirrors.txt
Matthew Peterson, chief marketing officer at Jive Communications, adds that in the future, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will drastically change their roles: “…cryptocurrencies are revolutionary ideas that are currently camouflaged in get-rich quick schemes. Sometimes, attackers create a fake URL by replacing one letter of the address. For instance, they can replace a zero in it instead of the letter ‘o’ which can lead you to a fake site. Bitcoin Wallet Scams. All users of Bitcoin require a "wallet" to store, send, and receive their currency. Sadly, scammers have discovered ways to create fake wallets and defraud consumers. -- Bitcoin pyramid schemes. These scams are harder to recognize than the more egregious bitcoin-flipping examples described above, but the end result is the same; the scammer eventually makes off ... Even if they’re not technically scams, it’s a mathematical fact that all “legitimate” Bitcoin cloud mining businesses and consumer-oriented miner rental schemes are invariably bad investments. Learn more about how Bitcoin mining works, and how cloud mining doesn’t. How to avoid cryptocurrency mining scams
The Money Flower and why Bitcoin is a ponzi scheme ...
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