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Please i need a private key cracker for my bitcoin wallet

I really need a private key cracker for my bitcoin wallet and also the password
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Little note pad guide I put together

***EDIT***
========I have now added a hideout crafting manual into this too now========
Hey guys. Nothing major. I just made this note pad guide. There might be some spelling error's here and there and inconsistencies but It's just here for people to use post wipe and for new players to use so they don't throw away useful stuff they pick up in raid. Have fun guys.
Just copy-paste it into a note pad text document and it should work fine Have fun PMC's
Content:
  1. Hideout upgrade manual
  2. Hideout Crafting manual
  3. Quest Item Manual
  4. Useful barter Manual
  5. Useful youtube videos
=================================================================================Hideout Upgrade list=================================================================================
Key:
PSU = Power supply unit
______________________________________
__________Air Filtering Unit__________
Level 1: $10,000

_____________Bitcoin Farm_____________
Level 1: 10 CPU fan, 5 PSU, 5 powercord, 1 electric drill
Level 2: 15 CPU fan, 5 PSU, 5 Circuit Board, 2 Phase control relay
Level 3: 25 CPU fan, 10 silicone tube, 1 Eletric motor, 2 Pressure gauge

___________Booze Generator____________
Level 1: 4 Silicone tube, 2 analog thermometer, 2 pressure gauge, 5 corrugated hose

______________Generator_______________
Level 1: ₽100,000
Level 2: 5 Phase control relay, 1 Eletric motor, 15 Wires
Level 3: 6 Phase control relay, 2 Eletric motor, 5 Spark plug, 5 PSU

_______________Heating________________
Level 1: ₽25,000
Level 2: ₽50,000
Level 3: 8 radiator Helix, 8 wires

_____________Illumination_____________
Level 1: ₽10,000
Level 2: 14 Light Bulb, 5 Wires
Level 3: ₽50,000, 7 Capacitors

__________Intelligence Center_________
Level 1: 1 Folder with Intelligence
Level 2: 3 Folder with Intelligence, 3 USB flash drive, 4 Powercord, 4 Hard drive
Level 3: 2 Military COFDM, 2 VPX flash storage, 3 Gas analyzer, 4 Military cable

_______________Lavatory_______________
Level 1: ₽2,000
Level 2: 3 Corrugated hose, 5 Pack of screws, 1 Electric drill
Level 3: 6 Corrugated hose, 2 Pressure gauge, 1 tool set, 3 Xenomorphic

_______________Library________________
Level 1: ₽400,000

______________Medstation______________
Level 1: ₽25,000
Level 2: ₽50,000, 1 Medical bloodset, 3 saline solution
Level 3: ₽150,000, 5 Saline solution, 1 LEDX

____________Nutrition Unit____________
Level 1: ₽25,000, 2 Phase control relay
Level 2: 4 Wrench, 2 Corrugated hose, 2 Akali, 1 Phase control relay
Level 3: ₽125,000, 3 Coffee Majaice, 3 sodium

______________Rest Space______________
Level 1: ₽10,000
Level 2: ₽35,000
Level 3: $3,000, 4 powercord, 5 capacitors, 7 wires

______________Scav Case_______________
Level 1: 2 Lion, 2 Gold Skull, 6 gold chain, 3 Roler

______________Security________________
Level 1: ₽20,000
Level 2: ₽45,000
Level 3: 2 Working LCD, 4 Wires, 8 NIXXOR lense, 1 SSD Drive

____________Shooting range____________
Level 1: 4 Pack of screws, 5 screw nut, 5 bolts, 3 Duct tape

_____________Solar Power______________
Level 1: €15,000

________________Stash_________________
Level 1: ₽3,500,000, 1 Handdrill, 7 pack of screws, 4 WD-40
Level 2: ₽8,500,000, 2 Eletric Drill, 8 pack of screws
Level 3: €150,000

________________Vents_________________
Level 1: ₽25,000
Level 2: 1 Electric motor, 1 car battery
Level 3: 2 Electric motor, 8 Wires, 3 circuit board, 3 Car Battery

____________Water Collector___________
Level 1: 4 Corrugated hose, 5 Bolts, 5 Screw nut, 3 Duct tape
Level 2: 6 Corrugated hose, 2 Electric motor, 2 Tool set
Level 3: ₽ 125,000, 2 Pliers Elite, 5 Shushtrilo sealing foam

______________Workbench_______________
Level 1: 2 Screw nuts, 2 Bolts, 1 Leatherman Multitool
Level 2: 3 Tool sets, 2 Electric drill, 6 bolts
Level 3: ₽195,000, 2 Pliers Elite, 1 Fireklean gun lube
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

================================================================================Hideout crafting list================================================================================
__________Intelligence Center_________
Flash drive: 1 GPhone, 1 GPX, 1 SSD Level 2
Intelligence: 3 Flash drive Level 3

_______________Lavatory_______________
Expeditionary fuel tank: 6 Zibbo, 8 Crinket Level 2
2 Corrugated hose: 1 Silicone tube, 3 Wires, 3 blue tape Level 2
Magazine case: 2 Expeditionary fuel tank, 1 M.Scissor, 3 bolts, 3 screw nut Level 2

______________Medstation______________
3 AI-2 Medkit: 1 meds Level 1
Salewa: 1 Painkillers, 1 Bandage, 1 Splint Level 1
2 Meds: 1 AI-2, 1 Bandage, 1 augmentin Level 2
2 IFAK: 2 Meds, 2 Army Bandage Level 2
Grizzly: 5 Meds Level 3

____________Nutrition Unit____________
Iskra Lunch box: 2 Crackers, 1 Tushonka, 1 Squash Level 1
7 Slickers: 1 Alyonka, 1 Oatflakes, 1 Crackers Level 2
8 Aquamari: 1 Superwater, 1 Silicone tube Level 3

____________Water Collector___________
Superwater: 1 Water filter Level 3

______________Workbench_______________
Red gunpowder: 1 Blue gunpowder, 1 Green gunpowder, 1 match box Level 1
8 VOG-25 Khattabka grenade: 5 40 mm VOG-25, 5 fuze Level 1
1 Blue gunpowder: 70 5.45x39 mm PS Level 1
1 Motor: 2 Electric drill, 1 Flat screwdriver, 1 screwdriver Level 2
5 car battery: 1 6-STEN-140-M military battery, 1 Leatherman multitool Level 2
5 RGD-5 grenade: 1 OFZ 30x160mm shell Level 3
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Key:
* = Must be found in raid
^ = Requied Item
~~~~ = Common items to look out for.
=================================================================================Quest Items to keep=================================================================================
Prapor | Checking: Machinery key^
Prapor | Delivery from the past: Customs office key^
Prapor | Bad rep evidence: Portable cabin key of customs Factory zone^
Prapor | Ice Cream Cones: 6 60round AK magazines
Prapor | Shaking up teller: Dorm room 203 Key^
Prapor | The Punisher part 2: 10 Lower half-masks* ~~~~
Prapor | The Punisher part 4: 10 Bars A-2607- 95x18 | ANY Balaclava^ (CF, Balaclava, Ghost, Momex), Scav Vest^
Prapor | The Punisher part 5: 3 M4A1's, 3 AK-74N's, 5 PM Pistols
Prapor | The Punisher part 6: 10 USEC dogtags, 10 BEAR dogtags
Prapor | Regulated materials: Military Battery*, 10 30-mil. shells*

Therapist | Shortage: 5 Salewa kits
Therapist | Sanitary Standards part1: Gas analyzer*
Therapist | Sanitary Standards part2: 3 Gas analyzers
Therapist | Operation Aquarius part1: Dorm room 206 Key^
Therapist | Painkiller: 5 Morphine*
Therapist | Pharmacist: Dorm room 114 Key^
Therapist | General Wares: 15 Tushonka* ~~~~
Therapist | Car Repair: 4 Car batteries*, 8 Spark plugs* ~~~~
Therapist | Health care privacy part2: West wing room 306 key^
Therapist | Health care privacy part5: 3 Blue Gun powder^
Therapist | Hippocratic Vow: $500^
Therapist | Private clinic: 3 Ophthalmoscopes, 2 LEDX
Therapist | An apple a day: ₽400,000^


Skier | Supplier: 4 Module-3M bodyarmors, 4 TOZ-106 bolt-action shotguns
Skier | The Extortionist: Unknown key^
Skier | What's on the flash drive?: 2 USB flash drives
Skier | Golden Swag: Dorm room 303 Key^
Skier | Chemical part 1: Dorm room 220 Key
Skier | Chemical part 1: Dorm room 220 Key^
Skier | Friend from the west part 1: 2 MBSS Backpacks, 1 AVS platecarrier
Skier | Friend from the west part 2: $6,000
Skier | Vitamins part 1: Office 112 West wing key^, Key to EMERCOM medical unit^
Skier | Vitamins part 2: 5 Respirators*, 5 Medical bloodsets
Skier | Lend Lease Part 1: West wing room 216 key^, East wing room 306 key^, East wing room 308 key^
Skier | Chumming: 9 Gold Chains^
Skier | Bullshit: 1 Roler^, 1 SV-98 bolt-action sniper rifle^

Peacekeeper | Fishing gear: 1 SV-98 bolt-action sniper rifle^, 1 Leatherman Multitool^
Peacekeeper | Humanitarian supplies: 5 MRE lunch boxs
Peacekeeper | Spa tour part 3: 1 WD-40 100ml*, 2 Clin wipers*, 2 Corrugated hoses*, 2 Ox bleachs*
Peacekeeper | Spa tour part 4: West wing room 219 key^, West wing room 220 key^
Peacekeeper | Spa tour part 6: $8,000
Peacekeeper | Spa tour part 7: 4 Morphine*, 2 Akali*, 2 Corrugated hose*, 2 Propane*
Peacekeeper | Cargo X part 1: East wing room 306 key^, East wing room 308 key^
Peacekeeper | Lend Lease part 2: 3 Virtex programmable processor, 2 Military COFDM wireless Signal Transmitter,
Peacekeeper | Wet Job part 5: East wing room 328 key^, Health resort utility room key^
Peacekeeper | Mentor: €50,000

Mechanic | Farming part 1: 2 tool sets^
Mechanic | Farming part 2: 3 Powercord, 5 T-Shaped Plug, 3 Printed circuit board
Mechanic | Farming part 3: Customs office key^
Mechanic | Farming part 4: 7 Graphics cards, 7 CPU fans
Mechanic | Signal part 2: 3 PC CPU*, 3 Rechargeable battery*, 3 Printed Circuit board* , 3 Broken GPhone* ~~~~
Mechanic | Bad Habit: 7 Malboro Cigaarettes*, 7 Strike Cigarettes*, 7 Wilston cigarettes* ~~~~
Mechanic | Import: 2 UHF RFID Reader, 2 VPX Flash Storage Module
Mechanic | Fertilizers: 5 Wires*, 5 capacitors*

Ragman | Dressed to kill: 7 Ushanka ear-flap cap, 7 Kinda cowboy hat ~~~~
Ragman | Gratitude: Ghost balaclava^, Shemagh^, RayBench sunglasses^, Round frame sunglasses^
Ragman | Hot Delivery: 2 ComTac 2 headset^, 6B47 Helmet^, Gzhel-K armor^
Ragman | Database part 2: Key to OLI logistics department office^
Ragman | Sew it good part 1: 2 Shmaska, 2 Pilgrim backpack
Ragman | Sew it good part 2: 2 Gzhel-K armor
Ragman | Sew it good part 3: 2 6B43
Ragman | Sew it good part 4: 2 WTRig, 2 Black rock
Ragman | The blood of war part 2: 4 Fcond*
Ragman | Living high part 1: 3 lion, 3 horse, 2 cat, 1 roler
Ragman | Living high part 2: 3 teapot*, 2 Vase*
Ragman | Supervisor: Key to Goshan cash register
Ragman | Textile part 1: 5 Aramid fiber cloth*, 10 Ripstop cloth*, 3 paracord* ~~~~
Ragman | Textile part 2: 10 Fleece cloth*, 10 Polyamide fabric Cordura*, 5 KEKTAPE duct tape* ~~~~

Jaeger | Acquaintance: 5 Iskra lunch box, 6 Emelya rye croutons, 3 delicious beef stew ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Jaeger | The survivalist path thrifty: 2 Iskra lunch box^, 2 Water Bottle^
Jaeger | Huntsman path - the trophie: 1 golden TT*
Jaeger | Huntsman path - Sellout: Killa's helmet*
Jaeger | Huntsman path - Woods keeper: Shturman's key*
Jaeger | Ambulance: 3 CMS surgery kits, 2 Portable Defilbrillators
Jaeger | Shady Business: 3 flash drives*
Jaeger | Fishing place: 3 TerraGroup Labs access keycards*

Fence | Pickup: firesteel*, Antique axe*, antique Book*, FireKlean gunlube*, rooster*, Silver badge*, Deadlyslob beard oil*, Golden GPhone*, Devildog Mayo*, Sprats*, Fake Mustache*, Kotton Beanie*

=================================================================================Useful barter trades EFT=================================================================================

---Prapor---
RGD-5 Grenade: 1 ES lamp - REPUTATION LEVEL 2
F1 Grenade: 2 ES lamp's - REPUTATION LEVEL 3

---Therapist---
Painkillers: 2 Match boxes - REPUTATION LEVEL 1
Car medkit: 2 Duct Tape - REPUTATION LEVEL 1
Lunchbox: 1 Syringe - REPUTATION LEVEL 1
Office key: 4 Gold chains - REPUTATION LEVEL 2
Med case: 7 Blood sets, 7 Syringes, 2 Vasaline - REPUTATION LEVEL 2
Scav Junk Box: 100 level 10+ dogtags - REPUTATION LEVEL 2
Document case: 1 cat statue, 1 Lion Statue, 5 Horse statues - REPUTATION LEVEL 2
ICase: 20 Ophthalmoscope 10 meds OR 140 level 15 dogtags - REPUTATION LEVEL 3

---Peacekeeper---
MBSS Backpack: 1 Hard Drive - REPUTATION LEVEL 1
P226R Pistol: 4 A-2607 - REPUTATION LEVEL 1
Intelligence: 2 Black diaries, 2 Green diaries - REPUTATION LEVEL 3

---Mechanic---
VOG-17 Grenade: 1 Fuze - REPUTATION LEVEL 1
AmmoCase: 5 Blue gunpowder, 1 Green gunpowder - REPUTATION LEVEL 1
Toolset: 1 Pliers, 1 screw driver, 1 Wrench, 1tape, 1 tape - REPUTATION LEVEL 1
LCD Screen: 3 Broken LCD screens - REPUTATION LEVEL 2

---Ragman---
PACA Armor: 3 Half Masks - REPUTATION LEVEL 1
6B5-15 Armor: 3 soap, 4 Toilet paper - REPUTATION LEVEL 1
6B47 Helmet: 2 Bleach - REPUTATION LEVEL 1
GSSh-01Headset: 2 Paper - REPUTATION LEVEL 1
MBSS backpack: 2 Level 1 Dogtags - REPUTATION LEVEL 1
ComTac Headset: 6 Matchboxes - REPUTATION LEVEL 2
Tri-zip: 4 ES lamps - REPUTATION LEVEL 2
GZHEL armor: 2 Gold Chains, 3 Coffee - REPUTATION LEVEL 3

---Jaeger---
Fuel: 15 Matchbox - REPUTATION LEVEL 1
Food bag: 10 hot rod, 15 tar cola, 5 Herring, 5 squash - REPUTATION LEVEL 2
Sicc case: 10 Paracord, 15 Duct tape, 10 Blue tape, 12 Nails - REPUTATION LEVEL 3
Red rebel: 15 Propane tank, 10 Fcond, 15 Dry fuel - REPUTATION LEVEL 3
Grenade box: 5 survL, 15 matches, 8 repellent - REPUTATION LEVEL 3

=================================================================================Useful Videos=================================================================================

5 Weapon builds for level 1-10: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gaucOGg0Eg
3 Low recoil AK builds: https://youtu.be/gGtO79Mnp6E
3 Low recoil M4 builds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXNYEY8OlZ8
Body Armor guide: https://youtu.be/Cpbnt2beYkw
Helmet Guide: https://youtu.be/EVL18PTInAg
Pestily Playthrough Series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfhzNj4Fpcs&list=PLZJoJ7H5Zfou35S9qHj_lza1n-geWBW3s
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How to Explain the scarcity opportunity in Bitcoin: "Runescape Holiday drops"

How to Explain the scarcity opportunity in Bitcoin:
Hi all,
A lot of people struggle to explain the scarcity element of Bitcoin and why this has value to your buddies or to the so called No (or Pre) Coiners. I think a very easy way for people to understand is by relating to an old version of the MMORPG Runescape 2007scape, the classic and 2007 editions. As many people of my generation have played this game it can be an easy bridge for the ones that still remember it to Bitcoin. Anyone that played this game will remember so called “Holiday drops” as in the first few years the game existed Jagex (owner of the game) dropped random items such as Christmas crackers, Party hats, Easter eggs, Halloween masks and Santa hats. If you are struggling to explain to No (pre) coiners why Bitcoin has value, simply ask them if they (or perhaps their kids) have played Runescape and if the answer is "Yes" ask them about the value of one of those holiday drops. They will for sure recognize it and you could tell them the scarcity of Bitcoin is very similar in real life (with its hard cap supply at 21m BTC) to that of those drops within the game.
Some background:
In Runescape you had a really simple economic system. Players could collect in game money and items by killing creatures and collecting quests, within the game people could trade with each other basically exchanging goods for coins or for other goods (like in the real world). However, within the game there was high inflation because both coins (Runescape money) and (valuable) items where randomly dropped by dying creatures, so as a result there was a constant new supply of all of those items within the game making the items and money less scarce continuously diluting their value. The longer the game existed the more the monetary system within the game evolved and the more detailed the pricing between all the various in game products became. Most of the pricing was based on how useful the product was (according to the product stats) and the rarity of the product (determined by the drop rate and how difficult it was to kill the creatures that dropped the product). The only products in the game however that were not on a regular basis dropped by creatures were those Holiday drops. These items were randomly dropped once by Jagex and as a result over the years became rare items. Despite the fact that these items were completely useless, they became the most valuable items within the game as they were the only items with no new supply and therefore the most hard asset within the game.
Anyone that ever played the old version of Runescape back in time will know what happened to the value of those holiday drops and as a result, will understand the concept of scarcity and store of value.
For example look at “partyhats” (see explanation in the below pictures), In the 10 years that I played the game (2001-2011) the value of these useless things increased from nothing to over 2 billion Runescape money, just because its scarcity (it was dropped in 2001 and never newly created thereafter), similar for the other above mentioned one time holiday drops. Actually the most valuable item became the un-popped Christmas cracker what produced the party hats. A completely useless item except as store of value, all you could do with it was keep it in the bank or trade it to someone else, you could not even wear it or show off your wealth as you could with the other items. Another similarity between those items and Bitcoin was the impact of Decay; Both for Bitcoin and these holiday drops, the total number is/was decaying over time as for Bitcoin there are people that store there private keys which might get lost and for these holiday items in Runescape people who owned them either quit or had their accounts banned over time diluting the total remaining number in existence.
I think for anyone that every played this game this can convince them of Bitcoins scarcity and very easily explain why bitcoin has a decent chance to be worth much more in the future (millions and millions of people from my generation have played this game). Bitcoin Bitcoin, is the only form of commodity/money that has a hard cap supply and therefore will become the most scarce store of value in history of humanity. As a result, there is a significant probability that Bitcoin, especially once coming closer to the maximum number of coins mined (already at 18m/21m), will show similar price movements as to how the holiday drops prices within Runescape have moved over the years.
Party hats explained:

https://preview.redd.it/hq70idi9biu31.png?width=241&format=png&auto=webp&s=7e4834f7d64742c062235b4efe9e93602bc4cf8f
https://preview.redd.it/rzwc499abiu31.png?width=262&format=png&auto=webp&s=efe7cfb1b412d92271965d8d21f2643a508c1e46


Hope This helped some of you guys explaining Bitcoins scarcity element to your buddies.
~Benjamin
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How to Explain the scarcity opportunity in Bitcoin: "Runescape Holiday drops"

Hi all,
A lot of people struggle to explain the scarcity element of Bitcoin and why this has value to your buddies or to the so called No (or Pre) Coiners. I think a very easy way for people to understand is by relating to an old version of the MMORPG Runescape 2007scape, the classic and 2007 editions. As many people of my generation have played this game it can be an easy bridge for the ones that still remember it to Bitcoin. Anyone that played this game will remember so called “Holiday drops” as in the first few years the game existed Jagex (owner of the game) dropped random items such as Christmas crackers, Party hats, Easter eggs, Halloween masks and Santa hats. If you are struggling to explain to No (pre) coiners why Bitcoin has value, simply ask them if they (or perhaps their kids) have played Runescape and if the answer is "Yes" ask them about the value of one of those holiday drops. They will for sure recognize it and you could tell them the scarcity of Bitcoin is very similar in real life (with its hard cap supply at 21m BTC) to that of those drops within the game.
Some background:
In Runescape you had a really simple economic system. Players could collect in game money and items by killing creatures and collecting quests, within the game people could trade with each other basically exchanging goods for coins or for other goods (like in the real world). However, within the game there was high inflation because both coins (Runescape money) and (valuable) items where randomly dropped by dying creatures, so as a result there was a constant new supply of all of those items within the game making the items and money less scarce continuously diluting their value. The longer the game existed the more the monetary system within the game evolved and the more detailed the pricing between all the various in game products became. Most of the pricing was based on how useful the product was (according to the product stats) and the rarity of the product (determined by the drop rate and how difficult it was to kill the creatures that dropped the product). The only products in the game however that were not on a regular basis dropped by creatures were those Holiday drops. These items were randomly dropped once by Jagex and as a result over the years became rare items. Despite the fact that these items were completely useless, they became the most valuable items within the game as they were the only items with no new supply and therefore the most hard asset within the game.
Anyone that ever played the old version of Runescape back in time will know what happened to the value of those holiday drops and as a result, will understand the concept of scarcity and store of value.
For example look at “partyhats” (see explanation in the below pictures), In the 10 years that I played the game (2001-2011) the value of these useless things increased from nothing to over 2 billion Runescape money, just because its scarcity (it was dropped in 2001 and never newly created thereafter), similar for the other above mentioned one time holiday drops. Actually the most valuable item became the un-popped Christmas cracker what produced the party hats. A completely useless item except as store of value, all you could do with it was keep it in the bank or trade it to someone else, you could not even wear it or show off your wealth as you could with the other items. Another similarity between those items and Bitcoin was the impact of Decay; Both for Bitcoin and these holiday drops, the total number is/was decaying over time as for Bitcoin there are people that store there private keys which might get lost and for these holiday items in Runescape people who owned them either quit or had their accounts banned over time diluting the total remaining number in existence.
I think for anyone that every played this game this can convince them of Bitcoins scarcity and very easily explain why bitcoin has a decent chance to be worth much more in the future (millions and millions of people from my generation have played this game). Bitcoin Bitcoin, is the only form of commodity/money that has a hard cap supply and therefore will become the most scarce store of value in history of humanity. As a result, there is a significant probability that Bitcoin, especially once coming closer to the maximum number of coins mined (already at 18m/21m), will show similar price movements as to how the holiday drops prices within Runescape have moved over the years.
Party hats explained:
"Partyhats are obtained by opening Christmas crackers, dropped during the 2001 Christmas event. There are six different coloured partyhats, all with the same shape and size (red, yellow, green, blue, purple, and white). When worn by a player they resemble a crown. Because they are discontinued, they are very rare, much sought after and worth billions of coins, although they don't offer any stat bonuses. These are currently the most valuable objects in RuneScape. Partyhats are used to hold large sums of cash, because the gold coin limit is 2.147B and these hats are gaining wealth over time. Due to their rarity, these items hold a much higher Street value than their value on the Grand Exchange. In Runescape Classic, the price of partyhats was drastically changed after players abused a glitch by creating many partyhats (see Partyhat duplication glitch for more info.) Due to their high price, they have become recognised as a symbol of wealth in the game by players and non-player characters alike.
Over time, the volume of partyhats has been diminishing. The much smaller number of players when partyhats were released meant that not as many were acquired when available. Also, at the time of the release, partyhats were virtually worthless, meaning many players discarded them immediately. The majority of the few players who held onto them eventually quit RuneScape or were banned, leaving the number of active players with partyhats at a very, very low number.
Surprisingly, partyhats do play a pivotal role in the RuneScape economy. Players will use these items as investments, cash placements, staked items, and collectables. They are used as cash holders for players because of the stability of the item. Majority of partyhats are traded in world 2 around the grand exchange, but collectibles players wishing to buy or sell a partyhat may either have to advertise on the RuneScape forums, leave it in the Grand Exchange, or trade at much lowehigher prices to accommodate the few players that are willing to trade partyhats."

Hope This helped some of you guys explaining Bitcoins scarcity element to your buddies.
~Benjamin
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BIP38 Treasure Hunt

I've been thinking of putting together a bitcoin treasure hunt. It would start with the release of a BIP38 encrypted private key and a series of clues that each reveal parts of the encryption password. But I'm not sure how secure BIP38 would be to a determined cracker. So, I'm posting an encrypted private key here and inviting anyone interested to try and crack it. I'll post hints to the password periodically to determine at what point it can be cracked.
public key: 1L9hnNFEBpKLBdasKfxGrEjpxiMiaBWjVF
private key: 6PnQ6CqY5Pu4CiXEFh1fqomhBQadTdnVpr4mu25RN8kQkVPaNSa3NprBYh
Wallet value is .01 BTC, approx value $64.
The password is a series of 6 random words followed by a single digit. The words are all lower case and have no separator.
Hint 1: One of the words is: "bounded"
Hint 2: Other words include "piggy", "fife", and "saddles"
Hint 3: Another word: "malta"
Bonus Hint: The remaining hidden word is 6 letters long
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Why Kin is the Next $100 Billion Company (by Lee Lorenzen) 🚀🚀🚀

by Lee Lorenzen The man who said -in 2007- Facebook valuation should actually be $100Billion !
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxKRtIAArKQ
"I predict the market cap for all of the KIN tokens deployed during the next 5 years will exceed $100 Billion. This outcome may not have been the expected result of a "Dr. Evil-like" plan by Kik Interactive's CEO Ted Livingston but it will demonstrate to the world a genius-level method of customer acquisition and wealth-creation using a token-powered eco-system.
Before dismissing this prediction as hyperbole from a KIN fan boy or the pipe dream of a Kik founder, please read this entire post to understand why Kik is not only going to be worth that lofty valuation but it is also showing how other startups can use their same DAC -powered DAO technique to crystallize consensus, coordinate collaborations and change the world. In addition, you many want to read this supporting post on the why the author's next $100 billion prediction is credible >> https://kincoin.com/blogs/daily-kin-blog/why-the-authors-next-100-billion-prediction-is-credible
KIN will have 8 trillion of its 10 trillion tokens deployed and fully tradeable during the next 20 quarters. These 8 trillion tokens will be worth more than $100 billion and this means that Kik Interactive's market cap will also grow in value to more than $100 billion. The reason for this linkage is that Kik will benefit from the deployment of over $40 billion of KIN Rewards that will go mostly to supporting of the Kik Messenger platform and related Kik-owned services. This $40 billion represents $20 per customer that can be used to reward KIN developers who help Kik get to 2 billion users using their services (i.e., on par with Facebook's 2 billion users which they monetize at a level justifying their current market cap is $500 billion).
The following chart shows one method of achieving the $100 billion valuation based on 24% year over year growth. However, due to the special dynamics of a DAC-based token system coupled with a set of blockchain-constrained maximum allocation rules, this price may actually be achieved earlier than the 20 quarters shown below. https://kincoin.com/blogs/daily-kin-blog/why-kik-interactive-inc-is-the-next-100-billion-company
The following chart shows the KIN's price per token growth over these same 20 quarters. https://kincoin.com/blogs/daily-kin-blog/why-kik-interactive-inc-is-the-next-100-billion-company
The following chart shows the effect of the timed-release of the tokens assigned to Kik Interactive and to the Kin Rewards Engine. https://kincoin.com/blogs/daily-kin-blog/why-kik-interactive-inc-is-the-next-100-billion-company
While these are just predictions which anyone could make, the rationale for them is provided below along with the history of the author's last prediction about a company being worth $100 billion 5 years prior to their IPO.
What if the Little Red Hen could have ensured that everyone helped her?
In the classic children's book, the Little Red Hen ends up mad because she had to plant her wheat, harvest her grain, grind her flour and bake her bread all by herself and then must deal with her neighbors' requests that she share with them her loaves of bread -- even though they all refused to help her when she needed them the most.
Imagine if instead of doing all the bread making work herself, the Little Red Hen had created 100 tokens that she could pass out to her helpers with the promise that they could later exchange the 1 token that each earned for 1 loaf of bread. In this case, she would have had "paid helpers" to share the workload and thereby avoided the need to do it all herself and created a fair allocation method for the wealth that she envisioned as the entrepreneur and that she and her team created.
This is an example of how a token-based currency can be used as a startup funding source and as the payoff mechanism for virtually any Dominant Assurance Contract or DAC (see the key paper on The Private Provision of Public Goods via Dominant Assurance Contracts here: https://mason.gmu.edu/~atabarro/PrivateProvision.pdf by Alex Tabarrok from 1996 that explains in academic terms how his DAC invention works).
A DAC improves on the familiar Groupon "deal tipping" concept (i.e., a plain old Assurance Contract) because with a DAC the Groupon-like deal not only tips (i.e., creates a "winning payoff" for all members) when a threshold number of participants sign up in the required time but also provides for a smaller but still valuable “failure payoff” to each participant who merely signs up even if the minimum participation threshold isn’t reached.
This guarantee of a “failure payoff” causes more folks to take the time to sign up (even if they believe the chance of the deal tipping is a long shot) because their act of signing up is compensated by the “failure payoff.” So, all that is needed to make almost any deal tip is that the group value the “failure payoff” enough to warrant their time in applying for the “winning payoff” and that there be someone who is credible enough to back the “failure payoff.” (NOTE: Tabarrok calls this person the “Entrepreneur” but I prefer to call this person the "Sponsor" because it may be that this funding partner is distinct from the Entrepreneur who is typically more focused on delivering the "winning payoff").
A side-benefit of the DAC structure is that if the deal tips the “failure payoff” is never paid. This is important because it allows the Sponsor to be generous in the creation and size of the "failure payoff." Using our Little Red Hen (LRH) example, the Sponsor might guarantee that 1 LRH token is worth either 1 entire loaf of bread if and when all the necessary workers sign up, do their parts and the planned-for outcome is achieved or 1 cracker to be selected from the Sponsor's cracker barrel if and when the LRH eco-system fails to create enough loaves to cover the total obligation represented by the issued LRH tokens.
Like any form of money, the Bitcoin eco-system relies on the “collective acceptance” and “collective intentionality” of the participants. Thanks to Satoshi, Bitcoin has given the world a new “man on the moon” moment in that many new things now become possible because the Bitcoin global experiment has worked. Specifically, huge value can be created without the ongoing support of a competent, visible, human being actively driving the process forward (i.e., there is no CEO of Bitcoin who has to hire a team and manage a company).
To use a construction analogy, Satoshi was an architect who used his Bitcoin white paper to document his vision for a new type of skyscraper. The white paper also provided the rules for an eco-system of individuals whose collective acceptance of his vision of the completed skyscraper (and the future rents that it would generate) provided the ongoing funding mechanism necessary to reward the workers who choose to help build the skyscraper. While that may seem like an unlikely leap of faith on the workers' part, we are comforted by the fact that in the real world Bitcoin's market cap of over $87 billion has been built based on a similar belief in a shared vision by tens of thousands of individuals who chose to spend their money and time as miners to earn a future reward.
When a sufficient number of participants commit to help and/or actually help out they are given tokens that will deliver to them the “winning payoff” when the grand vision is realized. In the meantime, late arriving participants to the system are allowed to increase their number of tokens and therefore their relative stakes in the eco-system by using cash to buy tokens directly from current token holders. This provides early monetization opportunities as a type of “failure payoffs” to those who have already earned tokens but who don’t want to let their entire holdings ride until the ultimate determination of the “winning payoff” amount.
The genius of Satoshi’s model that wasn't demonstrated directly in the Bitcoin example is that the rewarded activities don’t have to be solely related to token infrastructure management (e.g., paying hardware miners for solving the math problems needed to update the blockchain). They can also be directed to reward activities that support the actual growth in the size and utility of the startup’s eco-system. The Kik.com launch of the KIN coin is a great example of this.
Total supply of Kin: 10 Trillion units
10% allocation: 1 Trillion units will be sold in the Token Distribution Event (TDE) and be used to fund Kik operations and to deploy the Kin Foundation and to execute additional features development planned for the Kin to integrate into Kik. The company will sell 1 trillion Kin tokens for $125 million through the TDE. Of that amount, $50 million has already been sold in a pre-sale, which received a 30% discount, comprising 488 billion Kin tokens (investors included Blockchain Capital, Pantera Capital, and Polychain Capital). The rest will be sold for $75 million during the TDE, comprising 512 billion Kin tokens.
30% allocation: 3 Trillion Kin will be allocated to Kik as the founding member of the Kin Foundation. In exchange, Kik will provide start-up resources, technology, and a covenant to integrate with the Kin cryptocurrency and brand. They will be unlocked and distributed to Kik at 10 percent per quarter, for 10 quarters.
60% allocation: 6 Trillion Kin will be under the purview of the Kin Foundation, locked under the Kin Rewards Engine scheme and will be used for the growth of the Kin Ecosystem and fund the operations of the foundation.
These are: – administration of the Kin token supply and Kin Rewards Engine – 57% – marketing – 1.5% – operational costs – 1.5%
The 57% allocated to the Kin Rewards Engine will be introduced into circulation as periodic rewards. Every year, 20 percent of the remaining rewards allocation will be issued as periodic incentive payments, diminishing over time as the currency gains overall value.
Kik == $100 Billion Company Prediction Given the fact that KIN is being dropped into an eco-system of hundreds of millions of Kik messenger clients, my belief is that Kik will become the next $100 billion company based on the strength of KIN and that KIN will have at least a 10x growth from their TDE price. If one doesn’t participate in the KIN TDE or buy KIN with cash shortly thereafter, the smart play is to start doing things to grow the Kik platform and earn your share of each day’s worth of KIN allocation.
Ted Livingston is the genius CEO of Kik who, along with his advisor William Mougayar, explains here how this will work:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=88&v=TopXEyEBrBM
What interests me most about this model is how the Kik Messenger app becomes the beneficiary of an army of participants in the KIN eco-system with no dilution from either the KIN token distribution event or the Kik-friendly token distribution system. This represents a very entrepreneur-friendly method (i.e., 0% dilution) of funding any startup that requires a large number of financially-motivated participants (i.e., the people we used to call employees, contractors vendors and sometimes even customers) with a cash alternative that comes from these early participants’ belief in the future value of the currency.
Something similar could have been created in a traditional Silicon Valley startup but all the employees would need to receive only options in the company (i.e., no cash salaries) and they would have to wait for their “winning payoffs” to occur via an IPO. In addition, there would need to be something like a pre-IPO, secondary-market in this startup's options that would allow the employees to cash out a little bit of their equity along the way to pay their bills. Although the SEC won’t allow such an option-only, compensation approach for US-based startups, Satoshi and Livingston have found a way around this.
Kudos to them and kudos to those of us who find a way to apply token-powered DACs to our attempts to crystallize consensus, coordinate collaborations and change the world."
ADDENDUM (by Bobikin) Kin is really impressive ! It is too bad that the team doesn't show more respect to the ICO contributors. Many of us feel that we have been misled and don't appreciate to have been considered as cash cow, then treated as flipper... Personally I really don't like how mods censore some posts, or ban some people from Telegram ! *
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Hardware wallets - the best protection against hacking

Hardware wallets - the best protection against hacking

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Cryptocurrencies, and especially Bitcoin, constantly attract close attention from crypto fraudsters who use them in illegal activities. Using the latest technology, crackers find any vulnerability at sites and wallets to steal coins and transfer them to their accounts.
Crypto exchanges are constantly looking for ways to protect against hacking, but not all of them are effective. However, there are those that provide sufficiently reliable protection against hacking, although no one now will provide a guarantee that they will also be able to protect against penetration. These methods include hardware wallets.
In fact, a hardware wallet is a physical device that stores private keys and does not transmit any information to the coin vault remotely and to the network. The size of the hardware wallet does not exceed the size of the flash drive and can be carried with you.
Why hardware wallets are now considered the most reliable means of hacking? They are equipped with several security algorithms using several secret codes. The first one is the pin code used to enter the wallet. You also need to enter a program password to get access to the wallet balance. A special phrase is also used to restore access to the repository.
All user assets are stored offline, if transfers need to be transferred to the blockchain, then the wallet can be connected via usb. A feature of this type of wallet is that access to cryptocurrency resources is available only when there is a PC and a hardware wallet at the same time.
Even if suddenly a hacker succeeds in taking possession of a wallet, then he will be able to use it, since he does not have a PIN code. Hacking a hardware wallet is extremely difficult or almost impossible, because after three attempts to enter the wallet, it blocks and recovery is possible only from the owner, who knows the phrase, which consists of dozens of words, each of which is not related to each other.
We can’t state that the hardware wallet is a universal way to protect against hackers, since they also improve their hacking methods, but so far they still remain the most protected from penetration. They may soon invent new ways to protect against cryptocurrency funds theft.
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WolfpackBOT - The world's fastest and most secure trading bot

WolfpackBOT - The world's fastest and most secure trading bot

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INTRODUCTION

According to wikipedia, Blockchain is originally known as bloc chain, It is a growing list of records known as blocks which is linked using cryptography, each of these blocks contain a cryptographic hash of the initial block, a transaction data and a time stamp.
Since its emergence in the year 2008, when Nakamoto satoshi discovered and introduced bitcoin, there has been serious efforts to integrate the blockchain technology into several aspects of various process of global business , The blockchain technology has been described as having the potential to disrupt many industries with immutability, low-cost transaction, and enhanced maximum security. So many other blockchain implementations have been deployed and developed with unique features designed to specific use-cases.
The blockchain technology has made possible to issue assets through a distributed ledger framework. With cryptocurrency tokens, Assets can be given economic value in order to validate and initiate transactional processes.

ADVANTAGES OF BLOCKCHAIN:

  1. Decentralised payment processing,
  2. Creating an immutable system of recording,
  3. Reducing Cost of Transaction and
  4. Enhanced Security.
  5. Now that we have reminded ourselves of what blockchain technology is, let’s look into the subject matter.

ABOUT WolfpackBOT

WolfpackBOT is a highly advanced cryptocurrency trading software that allows for the execution of trades at lightning speed using proprietary trading algorithms, proprietary “Werewolf” Trading Analysis configurations, or user customized settings based on personal trading style. WolfpackBOT also allows for simultaneous trading access to all compatible cryptocurrency exchanges that are available to the bot, and all trading pairs with the WerewolfBOT subscription package.
WolfpackBOT is introducing an industry first, a beautiful automated cryptocurrency trading console: The WolfBOX. This efficient and sleek piece of hardware will conveniently allow for the full utilization of a bot subscription without the need for a VPS or dedicated computer. The WolfBOX will also include a built-in secure Hardware Wallet and RFID card reader to optimize ease-of-use and functionality.
WolfpackBOT trading software is enabled with limit, market, and “Wolf Trade” orders on all trading candles, including one-minute candles, with the widest array of technical trading indicators available on the market. WolfpackBOT's proprietary “Wolf Trade” orders provide superior market sell orders with a bite! WolfpackBOT is the only trading bot to feature live price scanning on your positions and also handles partial fills with ease, meaning you don’t miss out on orders. WolfpackBOT is incredibly fast and can fulfill up to 10,000 trades per day depending on market conditions and subscription package.
WolfpackBOT allows simultaneous trading access to all cryptocurrency exchanges that are available to the bot, and all trading pairs through the WerewolfBOT subscription plan. Not only do inferior bots allow limited access to one exchange and one trading pair per bot, they also store your API keys remotely on servers which are potentially susceptible to hacks and pump and dump attacks. User security and API key protection holds a high priority within the WolfpackBOT framework which is why it is the only trading bot that gives users full control with local management of their API keys.
Masternode and Proof of Work X11 Blockchain
Wolfcoin Blockchain with X11 Proof of Work Mining and Masternode Reward Systems The Wolfcoin blockchain and network are both designed and engineered to ensure store of value, transactional speed and security, and fungibility. The main goal of the Wolfcoin blockchain is to facilitate fast and secure transactions with a governance that helps sustain the network for the benefit of all users. The Wolfcoin blockchain is a two-tier network comprised of a Proof of Work (PoW) consensus mechanism powered by miners and a Proof of Service (PoSe) system powered by masternodes.
The Wolfcoin blockchain is secured through Proof of Work (PoW) in which miners attempt to solve difficult problems with specialized computers. When a problem is solved, the miner receives the right to add a new block to the blockchain. If the problem was solved correctly, the miner is rewarded once the block is added.
The second tier, which is powered by masternodes, enables Wolfcoin to facilitate private and instant transactions with Private Send and Instant Send. Masternodes are also rewarded when miners discover new blocks.
The block reward is distributed with 80% going to the masternodes and 20% going to miners. The masternode system is referred to as Proof of Service (PoSe), since the masternodes provide crucial services that support the features of the network.
Masternodes also oversee the network and have the power to reject improperly formed blocks from miners. If a miner tried to take the entire block reward for themselves, the masternode network would orphan the block ensuring that it would not be added to the blockchain.
In short, miners power the first tier, which is the basic sending and receiving of funds and prevention of double spending. Masternodes power the second tier, which provide the added features that make Wolfcoin different from other cryptocurrencies. Masternodes do not mine, and mining computers cannot serve as masternodes.
Additionally, each masternode is “secured” by 10,000 WOLF. Those WOLF remain under the sole control of their owner at all times. The funds are not locked in any way; however, if enough of the funds are moved or spent to cause the user’s holdings to drop below 10,000 Wolfcoin, the associated masternode will go offline and stop receiving rewards.
By pre-ordering your WolfpackBOT subscription, you will also receive Wolfcoin as a reward that can be utilized in the following ways:
  • Redeemable for WolfpackBOT subscriptions
  • Redeemable for the WolfBOX Console
  • Redeemable for WolfpackBOT and Wolfcoin apparel and merchandise
  • Fungible utility that can be exchanged for like value on exchanges
When you hold at least 10,000 Wolfcoin in your Wolfcoin wallet connected to a static IP address, you will become a masternode, meaning you will have a chance to receive 80 percent of the block reward every sixty seconds.

THE FEATURES

WolfpackBOT Automated Trading Software:

After the crowdsale, Wolfcoin will be the exclusive method of payment for WolfpackBOT Automated Trading Software subscriptions.

Multiple Technical Analysis Indicators:

WolfpackBOT offers the widest array of multiple Technical Analysis indicators, oscillators, configurations and settings available in the world of Automated Cryptocurrency Trading Bots. WolfpackBOT provides Bollinger Bands, Double EMA, Elliot Wave, EMA, EMA Cross, Fibonacci Sequence, KAMA, MA Cross, MACD, RSI, SMA, Stochastic, Stochastic RSI, Triple EMA, and many more!

Shorting Features:

WolfpackBOT includes Cryptocurrency Shorting Features that allow users to short their positions and buy them back at the lower price to maximize their returns.

Copyrighted Crash Protection:

Crash Protection, one of WolfpackBOT's most advanced features, enables users the option to automatically scan and convert all positions to a stable coin at the sign of our proprietary Hidden Bear Divergence Indicator, and then buy back into base currency to resume trading at the sign of our proprietary Hidden Bull Divergence Indicator.

Language Translator:

WolfpackBOT has a built in Language Translator that instantly translates the entire BOT into Dutch, English, French, German, or Spanish.

All Trading Pairs on all available Exchanges:

WolfpackBOT allows our customers to simultaneously trade on multiple cryptocurrency exchanges, and with all the exchange’s trading pairs available for trading. The best part is that it’s all possible on one bot with one subscription to the WerewolfBOT package!

Coin Selector:

While other automated trading platforms only allow for a limited amount of coins per subscription, WolfpackBOT allows all trading pairs and all coins to be traded on all the available major exchanges with the WerewolfBOT subscription. WolfpackBOT's proprietary Coin Selector allows for users to choose whether to trade all cryptocurrencies or blacklist some, thus not trading them at all, as well as search for the highest volume, greatest performing, or a specific volatility range of coins for a given timeframe.

Werewolf Configurations and Settings:

Werewolf Configurations and Settings are copyrighted trading algorithms that use proprietary optimum settings for trading: the perfect configuration for experienced and inexperienced traders alike. These settings can be adjusted to the current market trend, with preset configurations for bear, sideways, and bull markets.

Werewolf Ultimate:

Werewolf Ultimate is the ultimate choice when trading. It doesn't trade a particular trading pair or particular coins, it trades them all. It goes in for the kill to increase the potential returns. Crash Protection is a built-in feature in Werewolf Ultimate.

Werewolf Bull Market:

Werewolf Bull Market are preset settings and configurations that are usable when your Base Trading Pair is in a Bull Run. Werewolf Bull Market settings are optimized for such conditions and should only be used in a Bull Run Market.

Werewolf Sideways Market:

Werewolf Sideways Market are preset settings and configurations that are usable when your Base Trading Pair is trading sideways. Werewolf Sideways Market settings are optimized for such conditions and should only be used in a Sideways Trading Market.

Werewolf Bear Market:

Werewolf Bear Market are preset settings and configurations that are usable when your Base Trading Pair is in a Bear Run. Werewolf Bear Market settings are optimized for such conditions and should only be used in a Bear Run Market.

The WolfBOX Hardware Console:

WolfpackBOT also offers an industry first: a beautiful hardware console, The WolfBOX. Our console comes preloaded with WolfpackBOT Automated Trading Software and also includes a built-in secure hardware wallet. Some of the key features of the WolfBOX include our high-speed CPU, solid-state hard drive, built-in RFID card reader, and integrated Bitpay and Coinbase wallets.

Wolfpack Consulting

Our company offers its services and expertise as Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Specialists to individuals and companies. We offer consulting services in the fields of blockchain and cryptocurrency development and management.

Wolfpack Philanthropy

We are dedicated to the proposition that we have a responsibility to use a portion of our company’s revenue to help create a better world and a brighter future. As we move forward, our philanthropic efforts include environmental stewardship, renewable energy, human rights, economic development, as well as animal and wildlife rescue and conservation with an emphasis on dogs and wolves.

Wolfcoin Information

THE WOLFCOIN Wolfcoin is the coin that fuels all WolfpackBOT's projects.
This utility, coupled with the reward systems with mining and Masternoding capabilities, makes the use of Wolfcoin potentially appealing to all WolfpackBOT users whom are interested in receiving additional Wolfcoin for subscriptions, merchandise and other rewards such as passive cryptocurrency portfolio growth.
THE WOLFCOIN WALLET WolfpackBOT uses our proprietary Wolfcoin Core QT wallet.
February 2018 Conceptual development of WolfpackBOT Software
May 2018 Company Roadmap development Alpha models of WolfpackBOT Software
June 2018 Ongoing research, development, and testing
October 2018 Advertising and Marketing Campaign Starts Wallets available for payment; BTC, BTG, DASH, DOGE, ETC, ETH, LTC October 15 - Pre-registration begins
November 2018 November 1 - Crowdsale Stage I begins
December 2018 Official presentation of WolfpackBOT beta Software Preview Creation of Wolfcoin (WOLF: 300,000,000 coins pre-mined on Genesis Block) WolfpackBOT beta Software release to selected customers
December 21 - Launch network and mine Genesis block
December 22 - PoW / Mainnet
December 23 - Blockchain and network testing
December 28 - Iquidis Wolfcoin Block Explorer released on our website
January 2019 January 1 - Wolfcoin Core wallets available for download on the website January 1 - Wallet and Masternode Tutorial available January 1 - Masternode and PoW instructional videos available January 1 - Subscription Pre-order Coin Rewards disbursed Announcement listing WOLF on top-10 Exchange
February 2019 February 1 - Crowdsale Stage I Ends February 1 - Crowdsale Stage II Begins
March 2019 March 15 - Crowdsale Stage II Ends March 15 - Crowdsale Stage III Begins WolfpackBOT Software roll-out to contributors WolfBOX Console available for Pre-order
April 2019 WolfpackBOT Subscriptions available for customers First Major version released: automated, manual, and paper trading WolfpackBOT Live support center April 30 - Crowdsale Stage III Ends
May 2019 WolfBOX Consoles Pre-orders first shipment
June 2019 New trading features such as new exchanges, strategy options and indicators
July 2019 New trading features such as new exchanges, strategy options or indicators
August 2019 WolfpackBOT Software Trading Platform V2.0 Second major release: Strategy Marketplace and Back-testing
September 2019 New trading features such as new exchanges, strategy options or indicators
October 2019 WolfpackBOT Software Trading Platform V3.0 Third major release: Signals Marketplace (Supporting 3rd Party App Signals) Mobile Application for WolfpackBOT Software and Trading Platform
November 2019 New trading features such as new exchanges, strategy options or indicator
December 2019 WolfpackBOT Software Trading Platform V4.0
January 2020 WolfpackBOT Software Trading Platform V5.0 Fourth major release: Machine Learning Strategy Optimization

THE AMAZING TEAM

Philip Longhurst Chief Executive Officer The leader of our pack and the man behind the WolfpackBOT trading bot, Philip Longhurst is a mathematical genius, engineer, day trader, and animal rescuer. As an account manager for J.P. Morgan and MBNA Bank, Phil managed the accounts of several high-profile clients and businesses. He has been successfully trading stocks for over twenty-five years and has successfully applied his trading expertise and mathematical acumen to the cryptocurrency market since 2013.
Philip holds bachelor's degrees in mechanical engineering and business administration and is a loving husband, father, and family man who has been rescuing dogs since 1995. His driving desire is to use the success of Wolfpack Group to create a brighter future for humanity. He currently resides in the United States of America with his wife, daughter, and dogs.
Rogier Pointl Chief Financial Officer Rogier Pointl is a successful entrepreneur with nearly twenty-five years of experience in business management, marketing, financial administration, economics, and fintech. Rogier holds bachelor's degrees in Business Communications and Financial Administration. He is a pioneer in the field of virtual reality, having served as CEO and owner of Simworld, the first virtual reality racing center in Europe, where he oversaw the development of advanced simulator and virtual reality hardware and software.
Rogier is an experienced trader and has been trading stocks since 2007. He began applying his expertise to the cryptocurrency market in 2010, gaining experience as a Bitcoin miner along the way. Rogier is a loving husband and father and currently resides in the Netherlands with his wife and two daughters.
Jason Cormier Chief Technical Officer Jason Cormier is a humble -but extraordinary- individual who is blessed with a Mensa IQ of 151, he is continually driven by a desire for knowledge and self-growth. He is self-taught in Visual Basics, C#, C++, HTML, and CSS and began developing programs and applications at the age of 14, including the TCB Wallet, which was the first ever wallet program that held its users' log in names and passwords. Jason is a cryptocurrency guru whose expertise includes cryptocurrency mining farms, proof-of-stake, masternodes, and cryptocurrency trading.
Jason holds Associate degrees in Computer Science and Psychology, and currently resides in the United States of America with his wife and son.
Jay McKinney Chief Web Development and Design Officer Jay is a veteran of the Iraq War who put his life on the line in combat to protect our freedoms. To center himself while stationed in the Iraqi warzone, he taught himself C# as he knew honing his Web Development skills would help him provide a better future for himself and his family. Upon returning home safely, he worked his way through college and holds bachelor's degrees in Computer Programming and Web Development & Design.
Jay has worked for the Kentucky Housing Corporation, serving as a software engineer and web developer. He is a loving family man who currently resides in the United States of America with his wife and two children.
David Johnson Chief Software Development Officer David holds a Master of Science degree in Information Systems and a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a specialization in Information Systems, graduating with Magna Cum Laude status. He has worked for the Kentucky Housing Corporation, serving as a network analyst and software engineer. As an entrepreneur, he has owned his own web and software development company since 2009, creating and maintaining several websites in C# and PHP, and has been operating the crypto-oriented YouTube channel BigBits since 2017, where he discusses automated Cryptocurrency trading strategies.
David is a proud father of two and resides in the United States of America with his wife and children. Like any good Kentuckian, he is a huge fan of the University of Kentucky's college sports teams.
Gabriel Condrea Software and Web Development Officer Gabriel Condrea holds a bachelor's degree in electrical and computer engineering and has worked as a software developer and senior systems engineer in both the United States and the United Kingdom, working with a variety of programming languages and IDEs. He has used his expertise to create Manufacturing and SCADA systems in industrial applications.
Gabriel also applies his engineering skills to cryptocurrency day trading, seeking to automate the process. He loves to travel and currently resides in the United States with his girlfriend.
Igor Otorepec Chief Hardware Development Officer Igor is an engineer with twenty years of experience specializing in advanced PLC programming and industrial robotics. He is also an IT security expert and a CEC Certified Ethical Cracker who uses his skills to expose and patch security vulnerabilities in blockchain codes.
Igor is an advanced cryptocurrency trader and Kung Fu master who uses bio-hacking as a way of life to keep his 'chi' constantly centered. He currently resides in Austria with his loving wife.
Manik Ehhsan Director of Marketing and Public Relations Manik holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and has over five years of experience in Web Development, Digital Marketing and Graphics Design. He has also managed the marketing for more than 30 successful Cryptocurrency start-ups and projects, and specializes in SEO and ASO. Manik is also a Cryptocurrency project promotion expert with an emphasis on Masternodes and building Social Media Communities.
Manik has focused his life on Cryptocurrency and currently resides in Bangladesh with his loving family.
Rance Garrison Chief Marketing Officer Rance Garrison holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration and specialized in Seminary Studies for his Master's degree. He served as an AmeriCorps VISTA at WMMT-FM, the radio station owned by Appalshop, an arts and education center in Kentucky, and has also specialized in local cable television advertising. Rance is also a musician who has released several albums independently over the last decade.
Rance is very dedicated to his local community and is most excited by the potential implications of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology for rural and remote economies. He currently resides in the United States of America with his wife, dog, and cats.
Paul Gabens Chief Public Relations Officer A master negotiator with a penchant for strategy, Paul Gabens brings more than twenty years of marketing and promotional experience in the automotive, hospitality, and entertainment industries to the Wolfpack. He is also an avid stock and cryptocurrency trader, having first entered into the cryptocurrency market two years ago, embracing his passion for crypto with the same vigor as his love for travel, classic cars, extreme roller coasters, and surfing.
Paul holds degrees in business management, marketing, and automotive aftermarket. He currently resides in the United States with his fiancé and two cats.
Blake Stanley Marketing and Social Media Officer Blake Stanley is a cryptocurrency enthusiast who also has over six years of experience managing both government and private sector client and customer relations. A strategic thinker and expert in the field of social media-based advertising, Blake also owns and manages his own online marketing company where he has been successfully curating and implementing online marketing and advertising strategies for his clients for the past three years.
Blake is a proud father and family man and currently lives in the United States with his daughter and fiancé.
Martin Kilgore Market and Trading Analyst Martin Kilgore holds bachelor’s degrees in both accounting and mathematics, having researched Knot Theory and the Jones Polynomial during his undergraduate studies, giving him a firm edge when analyzing market conditions. He has worked as a staff accountant for several governmental organizations.
Martin lives in the United States with his fiancé.
Jonathan McDonald Chief Trading Strategy Officer Jonathan has honed his trading skills over the past five years by studying and implementing economics, financial strategy, Forex trading analysis and trading bots. Through his constant learning, he discovered Cryptocurrency after seeing the difference in market volatility and high yield trading. His fine-tuned trading strategies complement Crypto markets perfectly, and he has been implementing trading strategies to the Cryptocurrency market for over a year with phenomenal results. Jonathan is constantly improving his trading skills with an emphasis on scalping techniques. He has applied his trading skillset to the WolfpackBOT and enjoys working alongside the Wolfpack in creating the fastest trading bot on the market.
Jonathan currently resides in Canada with his supportive girlfriend and family.
Web site: https://www.wolfpackbot.com/
Technical document: https://www.wolfpackbot.com/Pdf/whitepaper_en.pdf
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WolfpackBOT - The world's fastest and most secure trading bot

WolfpackBOT - The world's fastest and most secure trading bot

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INTRODUCTION

Cryptocurrency is essentially digital money traded from one person to another through the use of pseudonyms. There are no intermediaries like banks, no governmental oversight or authority, and no fees. The “crypto” in cryptocurrency refers to the use of cryptography to ensure the security and privacy of every transaction.
New coins are created through a technique called mining. The process requires powerful computers that solve complex math problems. Each problem should take about 10 minutes to solve, and results in the creation of a predetermined number of coins. The total number of coins that can be created is fixed — there’s a limit of 21 million bitcoins that can be created. The number of coins rewarded for solving each problem dwindles as time goes on.
Bitcoin is believed to have been created in 2009 by Satoshi Nakamoto, an enigmatic figure who has so far proven all but impossible to definitively identify. By using cryptography to control the creation and tracking of a digital currency, Nakamoto took that power away from central authorities like governments.
Bitcoin was the first and most famous digital currency, but you can choose from more than 1,500, including ether, litecoin and even cryptokitties. For awhile, you saw these currencies only in the darkest corners of the internet, where people used them for all sorts of questionable, even illegal, activities. Drug dealers liked them because they made transactions all but invisible, and trolls at the Kremlin-backed Internet Research Agency used bitcoin to finance their campaign to influence the 2016 election.
That started to change in 2014, when Overstock became the first major US retailer to accept bitcoin. Companies like Expedia and Microsoft followed suit.
One of the biggest misconceptions about cryptocurrencies is that you need thousands of dollars to invest. It’s an easy assumption to make, especially in the case of bitcoin, which stayed under $1,000 from about 2010 to 2017. But then it took off, surpassing thousand-dollar milestones at a pace that seemed quicker than you could refresh your phone.
The staggering value is off-putting to many. But unlike most stocks, you can buy a fraction of a bitcoin so you don’t need thousands to get into the crypto game.

OVERVIEW OF WolfpackBOT

WolfpackBOT is a highly advanced cryptocurrency trading software that allows for the execution of trades at lightning speed using proprietary trading algorithms, proprietary “Werewolf” Trading Analysis configurations, or user customized settings based on personal trading style. WolfpackBOT also allows for simultaneous trading access to all compatible cryptocurrency exchanges that are available to the bot, and all trading pairs with the WerewolfBOT subscription package.
WolfpackBOT is introducing an industry first, a beautiful automated cryptocurrency trading console: The WolfBOX. This efficient and sleek piece of hardware will conveniently allow for the full utilization of a bot subscription without the need for a VPS or dedicated computer. The WolfBOX will also include a built-in secure Hardware Wallet and RFID card reader to optimize ease-of-use and functionality.
WolfpackBOT trading software is enabled with limit, market, and “Wolf Trade” orders on all trading candles, including one-minute candles, with the widest array of technical trading indicators available on the market. WolfpackBOT's proprietary “Wolf Trade” orders provide superior market sell orders with a bite! WolfpackBOT is the only trading bot to feature live price scanning on your positions and also handles partial fills with ease, meaning you don’t miss out on orders. WolfpackBOT is incredibly fast and can fulfill up to 10,000 trades per day depending on market conditions and subscription package.
WolfpackBOT allows simultaneous trading access to all cryptocurrency exchanges that are available to the bot, and all trading pairs through the WerewolfBOT subscription plan. Not only do inferior bots allow limited access to one exchange and one trading pair per bot, they also store your API keys remotely on servers which are potentially susceptible to hacks and pump and dump attacks. User security and API key protection holds a high priority within the WolfpackBOT framework which is why it is the only trading bot that gives users full control with local management of their API keys.
Masternode and Proof of Work X11 Blockchain
Wolfcoin Blockchain with X11 Proof of Work Mining and Masternode Reward Systems The Wolfcoin blockchain and network are both designed and engineered to ensure store of value, transactional speed and security, and fungibility. The main goal of the Wolfcoin blockchain is to facilitate fast and secure transactions with a governance that helps sustain the network for the benefit of all users. The Wolfcoin blockchain is a two-tier network comprised of a Proof of Work (PoW) consensus mechanism powered by miners and a Proof of Service (PoSe) system powered by masternodes.
The Wolfcoin blockchain is secured through Proof of Work (PoW) in which miners attempt to solve difficult problems with specialized computers. When a problem is solved, the miner receives the right to add a new block to the blockchain. If the problem was solved correctly, the miner is rewarded once the block is added.
The second tier, which is powered by masternodes, enables Wolfcoin to facilitate private and instant transactions with Private Send and Instant Send. Masternodes are also rewarded when miners discover new blocks.
The block reward is distributed with 80% going to the masternodes and 20% going to miners. The masternode system is referred to as Proof of Service (PoSe), since the masternodes provide crucial services that support the features of the network.
Masternodes also oversee the network and have the power to reject improperly formed blocks from miners. If a miner tried to take the entire block reward for themselves, the masternode network would orphan the block ensuring that it would not be added to the blockchain.
In short, miners power the first tier, which is the basic sending and receiving of funds and prevention of double spending. Masternodes power the second tier, which provide the added features that make Wolfcoin different from other cryptocurrencies. Masternodes do not mine, and mining computers cannot serve as masternodes.
Additionally, each masternode is “secured” by 10,000 WOLF. Those WOLF remain under the sole control of their owner at all times. The funds are not locked in any way; however, if enough of the funds are moved or spent to cause the user’s holdings to drop below 10,000 Wolfcoin, the associated masternode will go offline and stop receiving rewards.
By pre-ordering your WolfpackBOT subscription, you will also receive Wolfcoin as a reward that can be utilized in the following ways:
  • Redeemable for WolfpackBOT subscriptions
  • Redeemable for the WolfBOX Console
  • Redeemable for WolfpackBOT and Wolfcoin apparel and merchandise
  • Fungible utility that can be exchanged for like value on exchanges
When you hold at least 10,000 Wolfcoin in your Wolfcoin wallet connected to a static IP address, you will become a masternode, meaning you will have a chance to receive 80 percent of the block reward every sixty seconds.

THE FEATURES

WolfpackBOT Automated Trading Software:

After the crowdsale, Wolfcoin will be the exclusive method of payment for WolfpackBOT Automated Trading Software subscriptions.

Multiple Technical Analysis Indicators:

WolfpackBOT offers the widest array of multiple Technical Analysis indicators, oscillators, configurations and settings available in the world of Automated Cryptocurrency Trading Bots. WolfpackBOT provides Bollinger Bands, Double EMA, Elliot Wave, EMA, EMA Cross, Fibonacci Sequence, KAMA, MA Cross, MACD, RSI, SMA, Stochastic, Stochastic RSI, Triple EMA, and many more!

Shorting Features:

WolfpackBOT includes Cryptocurrency Shorting Features that allow users to short their positions and buy them back at the lower price to maximize their returns.

Copyrighted Crash Protection:

Crash Protection, one of WolfpackBOT's most advanced features, enables users the option to automatically scan and convert all positions to a stable coin at the sign of our proprietary Hidden Bear Divergence Indicator, and then buy back into base currency to resume trading at the sign of our proprietary Hidden Bull Divergence Indicator.

Language Translator:

WolfpackBOT has a built in Language Translator that instantly translates the entire BOT into Dutch, English, French, German, or Spanish.

All Trading Pairs on all available Exchanges:

WolfpackBOT allows our customers to simultaneously trade on multiple cryptocurrency exchanges, and with all the exchange’s trading pairs available for trading. The best part is that it’s all possible on one bot with one subscription to the WerewolfBOT package!

Coin Selector:

While other automated trading platforms only allow for a limited amount of coins per subscription, WolfpackBOT allows all trading pairs and all coins to be traded on all the available major exchanges with the WerewolfBOT subscription. WolfpackBOT's proprietary Coin Selector allows for users to choose whether to trade all cryptocurrencies or blacklist some, thus not trading them at all, as well as search for the highest volume, greatest performing, or a specific volatility range of coins for a given timeframe.

Werewolf Configurations and Settings:

Werewolf Configurations and Settings are copyrighted trading algorithms that use proprietary optimum settings for trading: the perfect configuration for experienced and inexperienced traders alike. These settings can be adjusted to the current market trend, with preset configurations for bear, sideways, and bull markets.

Werewolf Ultimate:

Werewolf Ultimate is the ultimate choice when trading. It doesn't trade a particular trading pair or particular coins, it trades them all. It goes in for the kill to increase the potential returns. Crash Protection is a built-in feature in Werewolf Ultimate.

Werewolf Bull Market:

Werewolf Bull Market are preset settings and configurations that are usable when your Base Trading Pair is in a Bull Run. Werewolf Bull Market settings are optimized for such conditions and should only be used in a Bull Run Market.

Werewolf Sideways Market:

Werewolf Sideways Market are preset settings and configurations that are usable when your Base Trading Pair is trading sideways. Werewolf Sideways Market settings are optimized for such conditions and should only be used in a Sideways Trading Market.

Werewolf Bear Market:

Werewolf Bear Market are preset settings and configurations that are usable when your Base Trading Pair is in a Bear Run. Werewolf Bear Market settings are optimized for such conditions and should only be used in a Bear Run Market.

The WolfBOX Hardware Console:

WolfpackBOT also offers an industry first: a beautiful hardware console, The WolfBOX. Our console comes preloaded with WolfpackBOT Automated Trading Software and also includes a built-in secure hardware wallet. Some of the key features of the WolfBOX include our high-speed CPU, solid-state hard drive, built-in RFID card reader, and integrated Bitpay and Coinbase wallets.

Wolfpack Consulting

Our company offers its services and expertise as Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Specialists to individuals and companies. We offer consulting services in the fields of blockchain and cryptocurrency development and management.

Wolfpack Philanthropy

We are dedicated to the proposition that we have a responsibility to use a portion of our company’s revenue to help create a better world and a brighter future. As we move forward, our philanthropic efforts include environmental stewardship, renewable energy, human rights, economic development, as well as animal and wildlife rescue and conservation with an emphasis on dogs and wolves.

Wolfcoin Information

THE WOLFCOIN Wolfcoin is the coin that fuels all WolfpackBOT's projects.
This utility, coupled with the reward systems with mining and Masternoding capabilities, makes the use of Wolfcoin potentially appealing to all WolfpackBOT users whom are interested in receiving additional Wolfcoin for subscriptions, merchandise and other rewards such as passive cryptocurrency portfolio growth.
THE WOLFCOIN WALLET WolfpackBOT uses our proprietary Wolfcoin Core QT wallet.
February 2018 Conceptual development of WolfpackBOT Software
May 2018 Company Roadmap development Alpha models of WolfpackBOT Software
June 2018 Ongoing research, development, and testing
October 2018 Advertising and Marketing Campaign Starts Wallets available for payment; BTC, BTG, DASH, DOGE, ETC, ETH, LTC October 15 - Pre-registration begins
November 2018 November 1 - Crowdsale Stage I begins
December 2018 Official presentation of WolfpackBOT beta Software Preview Creation of Wolfcoin (WOLF: 300,000,000 coins pre-mined on Genesis Block) WolfpackBOT beta Software release to selected customers
December 21 - Launch network and mine Genesis block
December 22 - PoW / Mainnet
December 23 - Blockchain and network testing
December 28 - Iquidis Wolfcoin Block Explorer released on our website
January 2019 January 1 - Wolfcoin Core wallets available for download on the website January 1 - Wallet and Masternode Tutorial available January 1 - Masternode and PoW instructional videos available January 1 - Subscription Pre-order Coin Rewards disbursed Announcement listing WOLF on top-10 Exchange
February 2019 February 1 - Crowdsale Stage I Ends February 1 - Crowdsale Stage II Begins
March 2019 March 15 - Crowdsale Stage II Ends March 15 - Crowdsale Stage III Begins WolfpackBOT Software roll-out to contributors WolfBOX Console available for Pre-order
April 2019 WolfpackBOT Subscriptions available for customers First Major version released: automated, manual, and paper trading WolfpackBOT Live support center April 30 - Crowdsale Stage III Ends
May 2019 WolfBOX Consoles Pre-orders first shipment
June 2019 New trading features such as new exchanges, strategy options and indicators
July 2019 New trading features such as new exchanges, strategy options or indicators
August 2019 WolfpackBOT Software Trading Platform V2.0 Second major release: Strategy Marketplace and Back-testing
September 2019 New trading features such as new exchanges, strategy options or indicators
October 2019 WolfpackBOT Software Trading Platform V3.0 Third major release: Signals Marketplace (Supporting 3rd Party App Signals) Mobile Application for WolfpackBOT Software and Trading Platform
November 2019 New trading features such as new exchanges, strategy options or indicator
December 2019 WolfpackBOT Software Trading Platform V4.0
January 2020 WolfpackBOT Software Trading Platform V5.0 Fourth major release: Machine Learning Strategy Optimization

THE AMAZING TEAM

Philip Longhurst Chief Executive Officer The leader of our pack and the man behind the WolfpackBOT trading bot, Philip Longhurst is a mathematical genius, engineer, day trader, and animal rescuer. As an account manager for J.P. Morgan and MBNA Bank, Phil managed the accounts of several high-profile clients and businesses. He has been successfully trading stocks for over twenty-five years and has successfully applied his trading expertise and mathematical acumen to the cryptocurrency market since 2013.
Philip holds bachelor's degrees in mechanical engineering and business administration and is a loving husband, father, and family man who has been rescuing dogs since 1995. His driving desire is to use the success of Wolfpack Group to create a brighter future for humanity. He currently resides in the United States of America with his wife, daughter, and dogs.
Rogier Pointl Chief Financial Officer Rogier Pointl is a successful entrepreneur with nearly twenty-five years of experience in business management, marketing, financial administration, economics, and fintech. Rogier holds bachelor's degrees in Business Communications and Financial Administration. He is a pioneer in the field of virtual reality, having served as CEO and owner of Simworld, the first virtual reality racing center in Europe, where he oversaw the development of advanced simulator and virtual reality hardware and software.
Rogier is an experienced trader and has been trading stocks since 2007. He began applying his expertise to the cryptocurrency market in 2010, gaining experience as a Bitcoin miner along the way. Rogier is a loving husband and father and currently resides in the Netherlands with his wife and two daughters.
Jason Cormier Chief Technical Officer Jason Cormier is a humble -but extraordinary- individual who is blessed with a Mensa IQ of 151, he is continually driven by a desire for knowledge and self-growth. He is self-taught in Visual Basics, C#, C++, HTML, and CSS and began developing programs and applications at the age of 14, including the TCB Wallet, which was the first ever wallet program that held its users' log in names and passwords. Jason is a cryptocurrency guru whose expertise includes cryptocurrency mining farms, proof-of-stake, masternodes, and cryptocurrency trading.
Jason holds Associate degrees in Computer Science and Psychology, and currently resides in the United States of America with his wife and son.
Jay McKinney Chief Web Development and Design Officer Jay is a veteran of the Iraq War who put his life on the line in combat to protect our freedoms. To center himself while stationed in the Iraqi warzone, he taught himself C# as he knew honing his Web Development skills would help him provide a better future for himself and his family. Upon returning home safely, he worked his way through college and holds bachelor's degrees in Computer Programming and Web Development & Design.
Jay has worked for the Kentucky Housing Corporation, serving as a software engineer and web developer. He is a loving family man who currently resides in the United States of America with his wife and two children.
David Johnson Chief Software Development Officer David holds a Master of Science degree in Information Systems and a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a specialization in Information Systems, graduating with Magna Cum Laude status. He has worked for the Kentucky Housing Corporation, serving as a network analyst and software engineer. As an entrepreneur, he has owned his own web and software development company since 2009, creating and maintaining several websites in C# and PHP, and has been operating the crypto-oriented YouTube channel BigBits since 2017, where he discusses automated Cryptocurrency trading strategies.
David is a proud father of two and resides in the United States of America with his wife and children. Like any good Kentuckian, he is a huge fan of the University of Kentucky's college sports teams.
Gabriel Condrea Software and Web Development Officer Gabriel Condrea holds a bachelor's degree in electrical and computer engineering and has worked as a software developer and senior systems engineer in both the United States and the United Kingdom, working with a variety of programming languages and IDEs. He has used his expertise to create Manufacturing and SCADA systems in industrial applications.
Gabriel also applies his engineering skills to cryptocurrency day trading, seeking to automate the process. He loves to travel and currently resides in the United States with his girlfriend.
Igor Otorepec Chief Hardware Development Officer Igor is an engineer with twenty years of experience specializing in advanced PLC programming and industrial robotics. He is also an IT security expert and a CEC Certified Ethical Cracker who uses his skills to expose and patch security vulnerabilities in blockchain codes.
Igor is an advanced cryptocurrency trader and Kung Fu master who uses bio-hacking as a way of life to keep his 'chi' constantly centered. He currently resides in Austria with his loving wife.
Manik Ehhsan Director of Marketing and Public Relations Manik holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and has over five years of experience in Web Development, Digital Marketing and Graphics Design. He has also managed the marketing for more than 30 successful Cryptocurrency start-ups and projects, and specializes in SEO and ASO. Manik is also a Cryptocurrency project promotion expert with an emphasis on Masternodes and building Social Media Communities.
Manik has focused his life on Cryptocurrency and currently resides in Bangladesh with his loving family.
Rance Garrison Chief Marketing Officer Rance Garrison holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration and specialized in Seminary Studies for his Master's degree. He served as an AmeriCorps VISTA at WMMT-FM, the radio station owned by Appalshop, an arts and education center in Kentucky, and has also specialized in local cable television advertising. Rance is also a musician who has released several albums independently over the last decade.
Rance is very dedicated to his local community and is most excited by the potential implications of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology for rural and remote economies. He currently resides in the United States of America with his wife, dog, and cats.
Paul Gabens Chief Public Relations Officer A master negotiator with a penchant for strategy, Paul Gabens brings more than twenty years of marketing and promotional experience in the automotive, hospitality, and entertainment industries to the Wolfpack. He is also an avid stock and cryptocurrency trader, having first entered into the cryptocurrency market two years ago, embracing his passion for crypto with the same vigor as his love for travel, classic cars, extreme roller coasters, and surfing.
Paul holds degrees in business management, marketing, and automotive aftermarket. He currently resides in the United States with his fiancé and two cats.
Blake Stanley Marketing and Social Media Officer Blake Stanley is a cryptocurrency enthusiast who also has over six years of experience managing both government and private sector client and customer relations. A strategic thinker and expert in the field of social media-based advertising, Blake also owns and manages his own online marketing company where he has been successfully curating and implementing online marketing and advertising strategies for his clients for the past three years.
Blake is a proud father and family man and currently lives in the United States with his daughter and fiancé.
Martin Kilgore Market and Trading Analyst Martin Kilgore holds bachelor’s degrees in both accounting and mathematics, having researched Knot Theory and the Jones Polynomial during his undergraduate studies, giving him a firm edge when analyzing market conditions. He has worked as a staff accountant for several governmental organizations.
Martin lives in the United States with his fiancé.
Jonathan McDonald Chief Trading Strategy Officer Jonathan has honed his trading skills over the past five years by studying and implementing economics, financial strategy, Forex trading analysis and trading bots. Through his constant learning, he discovered Cryptocurrency after seeing the difference in market volatility and high yield trading. His fine-tuned trading strategies complement Crypto markets perfectly, and he has been implementing trading strategies to the Cryptocurrency market for over a year with phenomenal results. Jonathan is constantly improving his trading skills with an emphasis on scalping techniques. He has applied his trading skillset to the WolfpackBOT and enjoys working alongside the Wolfpack in creating the fastest trading bot on the market.
Jonathan currently resides in Canada with his supportive girlfriend and family.
Web site: https://www.wolfpackbot.com/
Technical document: https://www.wolfpackbot.com/Pdf/whitepaper_en.pdf
Bounty0x username: idrixoxo
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The 2019 CQF Bitcoin Code Cracking Challenge and Random Giveaway

The 2019 CQF Bitcoin Code Cracking Challenge and Random Giveaway

Imagine you are trying to capture a spy that is receiving funds from their handler through a secret code in a YouTube channel. You want to identify how they are moving money in order to bring down the entire operation. Your job: crack the code
A secret passphrase has been hidden in the Crypto Quantamental YouTube channel. CQF will be posting clues all throughout the year to help you solve the code (see the bottom of this post). If you crack this passphrase you’ll get access to this wallet: 19WQ2RMuM6tC98CGxJUgSK8BgFHytKdLdE

Right now, the wallet has about 1 bitcoin in it.

Non-code breakers will still have 10 chances at winning 20% of the wallet balance through random draws in 2019!

The ultimate goal of this challenge is to spread education to people through the CQF YouTube videos. Those videos include education on financial markets, technical analysis, risk management, foundational concepts, and much more! This challenge is designed so both code breakers and non code-breakers can participate and potentially learn something new!
If the code is not cracked by December 31, 2019 CQF will simply reveal the entire cipher. Then it is a race to see who can solve it first!

How to win up to 20% of the wallet in one of the 10 random drawings

Mandatory

Optional

Note: If you are caught lying about any of the above (for example signing up, or subscribing) then you will be immediately disqualified from the draw. The winner must have 10 followers, 10 tweets, and 10 followings in order to help avoid spam accounts. The winner must DM cryptoqf within 24 hours of drawing to claim their winnings (must provide a btc address). The winner can then guess the part of the secret pass phrase for a 7% winning boost. The winner must be able to prove all claimed winning boosts such as YouTube subscribing/comments or signing up to the various platforms. All actions to receive a winning boost must have occurred prior to being selected as a winner. The random drawings end if the code is cracked and the wallet funds are claimed.

Three ways to win:


  1. Code crackers: Find the secret passphrase located within the Crypto Quantamental YouTube channel. CQF will be posting clues all throughout the year that will help you crack the code.
  2. Non-Code crackers: There will be 10 random drawings where you can win up to 20% of the BTC found in the wallet. The dates of the drawing will be on or about 3/15/19, 4/15/19, 5/15/19, 6/15/19, 7/15/19, 8/15/19, 9/15/19, 10/15/19, 11/15/19, and 12/30/19. If the code is cracked before a drawing date the drawing will not occur (competition ended).
  3. Everyone: CQF will post (across various platforms) the cipher on 12/31/2019, detailing exactly how to find the secret passphrase. At that point it is simply a race to see who cracks it first!

How to check if your guess at the passphrase is correct:


  1. Go to brainwallet.io
  2. Type in your passphrase guess, including generic salt
  3. If public key matches the above then make note of the private key
  4. Then go to blockchain.info
  5. Create a wallet
  6. Import the private key for the secret wallet
  7. Transfer the BTC to your account!

Clues for code crackers:

CQF will post clues to help you crack the code. These clues will be found on future YouTube videos.twitter posts, and other platforms. You will not need all clues in order to crack the passphrase. Some clues will be more obvious than others. On average there will be multiple clues per week.
Initial Clues (check Twitter and YouTube for other initial clues):

  1. Forget the daily updates
  2. Let's just play
  3. First find the salt!

Interested in Contributing or Sponsoring?

Reach out to @cryptoqf on twitter. Sponsorship opportunities will vary depending on the phase of the competition. CQF will happily do reviews, interviews, or make your own code cracking challenge etc. for a contribution into the unclaimed wallet.
Feel free to support this educational effort by donating directly into the wallet: 19WQ2RMuM6tC98CGxJUgSK8BgFHytKdLdE

Important Note:

CQF has received no compensation, in either BTC or USD, for this challenge. Future compensation, if any, will be tied to potential referrals and YouTube advertising (so basically none!). At launch date all contributed bitcoin to the unclaimed bitcoin wallet was donated directly by CQF. Any and all contributions to the challenge will go directly into the unclaimed bitcoin wallet. None of this should be considered financial advice or a recommendation to use any service. Please do your own research. Dates and rules are subject to change. Cryptocurrency investing and trading has the risk of major loss, so please consult with your own financial advisor that understands your own personal financial situation.
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An exhaustive look at private keys for the uninitiated.

I wrote this explanation of private keys several months ago for folks in /BitcoinBeginners, but I thought some of the new people here might get some benefit out of it. There is no TL;DR. Sorry for the length! Any corrections or clarifications are welcome and appreciated!
A private key is just a really big number--that's it. If someone discovers the number you've chosen to use as your private key, they will be able to access any bitcoins assigned to that number. This may seem disconcerting at first. After all, if someone were to just happen to guess your number, they would have access to all your bitcoins, right? But many types of security come down to knowing or possessing something that is difficult to guess or reproduce. For example, a Master brand combination padlock with a 3 number combination on a dial with 0-36 has around 50,653 possible combinations (373 ). A typical pin-tumbler lock today has 5 pins with each pin having only about 10 different height levels meaning that there are only 100,000 (105 ) effective combinations for an average house key. Even a credit card number is only 15 characters long with 10 digits per character. That means there are only 1015 possible combinations of credit card numbers which is equivalent to about 1 quadrillion (there is some added security by combining that number with an expiration date and 3-digit security code, but I'm ignoring that for now). The point is, we're accustomed to using much smaller pools of possible combinations to protect many parts of our lives today.
By comparison, a private key for Bitcoin begins as a 256-bit number or a number that is 256 characters long with 2 digits per character (a bit in the binary number system that computers understand is either 1 or 0), which is 2256. That's huge. How huge? Remember that 1015 was equal to a quadrillion? A 256-bit private key used for Bitcoin can be any number between 0 and 115 quattuorvigintillion 792 trevigintillion 89 duovigintillion 237 unvigintillion 316 vigintillion 195 novemdecillion 423 octodecillion 570 septendecillion 985 sexdecillion 8 quindecillion 687 quattuordecillion 907 tredecillion 852 duodecillion 837 undecillion 564 decillion 279 nonillion 74 octillion 904 septillion 382 sextillion 605 quintillion 163 quadrillion 141 trillion 518 billion 161 million 494 thousand 336.
In reality (because of some of the fancy math we do to that 256-bit number to make it a bit more useable create the public key pair value which we will use as the address), some of the available addresses will overlap, so the actual pool of available addresses is more like 2160, but we're still talking about a gigantic number of possible addresses. To give you some context on the sheer scale of 2160, the number of grains of sand on the Earth is estimated at about 266. The number of stars in the universe is estimated at about 276. There are approximately 296 atoms in a cubic meter of water, and the number of atoms in the sun is estimated at 2190. Need a visual comparison? This graph shows the number of available Bitcoin addresses compared to the width of the universe in Zeptometers (one Zeptometer is one quintillionth of a meter) and the age of the universe in Yoctoseconds (one Yoctosecond is one sextrillionth of a second). So your private key with its 2160 possible combinations should be pretty safely hidden. Even a computer that could execute 1013 instructions per second would take around 5 trillion years to guess your private key.
Since most humans can't keep a number in the quatturovigintillion's in their head, there are a number of tricks we can use to make it easier to manage. One thing we can do is to reduce the number of characters we have to remember, and the way to do that is to change the numerical base we use. Computers represent numbers in binary (also called base 2) which means every digit in the number is either a 0 or 1. To represent a private key in base 2, we have to use 256 places. To represent the same number in the base 10 we most commonly use, where each digit can be 0-9, we would only need 77 places. So, the higher the base, the smaller the resulting string. Base 16 (also known as hexadecimal) uses 0-9 and A-F for a total of 16 different possibilities for each digit. This reduces the number of places needed to represent the number to 64. There are many other bases that use different characters to represent more and more of the number, but the most common numerical base to use for Bitcoin addresses is Base 58 (actually, it's a special version of Base 58 called Base58Check which only uses characters that are not easily confused visually like 0 and O, and includes a 32-bit checksum appended to the payload, and has an extra step to preserve leading zero bytes). The result is a string of letters and numbers that is usually about 51 characters long.
Of course, if you don't want to waste time trying to memorize a string of 51 characters, most of us trust our Bitcoin wallet applications to write that number to a file and to keep track of it for us. But anytime you write down your key, you make it vulnerable to being discovered, especially if the thing you write it on is connected to the Internet. This is why it is smart to encrypt the file containing your private key. And this is where some people get confused: The passphrase for your private key, in this example, is only for locally decrypting a file on your computer or device that stores your private key. It is not for using or accessing the private key itself. You cannot passphrase-protect the ability to use your private key to prevent an unauthorized person from using your private key, you can only take steps to hide what that key actually is.
Another way you can hide your private key to make it easier to transport on paper is by using an encryption process developed specifically for Bitcoin addresses known as BIP38 (BIP stands for Bitcoin Improvement Proposal). BIP38 allows you to create a new address which looks similar to a Bitcoin private key, but will not function as one directly. Instead, you will need to decrypt the BIP38 address using a program that understands how to decrypt BIP38 using the passphrase that encrypted the address. This is a handy process because you can carry a BIP38 protected address around on a piece of paper, and as long as you remember the passphrase, your bitcoins should remain safe even if the paper is stolen or lost. Again, this doesn't protect someone from using your private key if they discover it in some other way, but it will conceal your private key when you write it down to make it more difficult to discover.
Now, you may have heard in some cases that a passphrase is a private key. This may be confusing, but this is just referring to another way to keep track of this very large number. There are mathmatical formulas that can take data of any length and by passing it through the formula they create a number with the same number of bits every time. These formulas are called hashing algorithms. One such hashing algorithm is called SHA-256 which can take data of any length and produce a 256-bit number from it. You could give it a single word that's 6 letters long, or give it a text file with all the collected works of William Shakespeare in it and each one would produce a unique 256-bit number. And because of the properties of the formula, as long as you feed it the same data that you did originally it will always produce the same number as a result (called a hash). So, when someone tells you that their passphrase is their private key, they mean that they have fed their passphrase through a hashing algorithm to produce a 256-bit number from which they can use as their private key. This process is also known as a brain wallet. While this may seem clever you're essentially pitting your memory capacity against a cracker with a computer, and the odds are the computer will win. Please avoid using brain wallets if you have the choice.
If your private key is ever exposed or if it can ever be calculated using a hashing algorithm, that is all someone needs to take any bitcoins contained in that address, so take good care of it!
edit: just clarifying a couple of points
edit2: updated the name of the number between which private keys can be used, and clarifying that the math is applied to the public key which is what introduces the potential for collisions
edit3: clarifying what Base58Check differs from Base58
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SR1 trial: DPR's private key

One of the released evidence exhibits (torrent, 538MB) is GX 296.pdf (mirror), which is a PGP private key, specifically: SilkRoad.asc, "dated modified 11/22/2011 8:21:46 AM".
This is the ASCII-armored private key of the main DPR public key, the one he signed forum posts with and messaged with people. I was surprised to see it screenshotted like that, and I thought it would be hilarious if I could take the private key and announce that I was actually the real DPR by signing it with his key (since I've occasionally been accused of it).
But it's a screenshot and not something one can copy-paste, which makes things difficult since every letter has to be perfect for the key to be valid. So I took an evening to carefully transcribe it; it took multiple passes to figure out each and every transcription error (mostly 1/l, O/0, which look nearly identical in the font*), but I finally did it:
-----BEGIN PGP PRIVATE KEY BLOCK----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.11 (GNU/Linux) lQO+BE2VWMwBCADcoI5qldde46EI80fHSTCS4CuJn1Py4AQjJvpAqFColeAm9xb1 /hb0ZUsG3vwod7uiPJdMlq3+1o3TSv9JlO3DPf7I50owQ9+S1ixXebouTvfpEKSb dq1IWAu+O4PtlmFEb76MOmjOzoeV8We8kCRFq8ThoK979A1DR09KsaDfSjCITdsU mQyVaRN0dCaj33V/QAPQybYAjNDEiNd0e1tV22n1dl6z2oVUgfJiuTVI5C0FhSKP c3odexbKUSVk9tkUWcfnk8+9HF5jGNHnUSjWxMkG1uZUDdWKl4yJqQhBHdYqcz8A hcJ6xADbFeoYEO6z5NEjXV0KmoDRCi4C7gdfABEBAAH+AgMC7Hbd7rIjH9vHfrZp /lhwGpLJknlcg/xD4nhaFtrlAVW5Lqn/oL/JqXKX6buPMGWsqrc+E/7A1ZMMHTl0 bn99MSQi1mTkCVyJP4xTpKouLmLIxvzy2/GOMGS03QX8iSzbE4j0el/c5YlYEQr4 genr8Xq9Iyv73W+1n+yOQvJ9PqaMFdyAZLIdNuEgBzvXSt00a5bLKjbL/KuoTdrA C3D1bc0HDlKnzVLcSAFat+y6A5B4EuI/d1oW2Id1tq3azuUpEb9ctG26sYtw7ipE edNjcwsO9XA+vNTnPy9ms698yf615Bwioih5FYNM3Vsqc1zLpv5XwdYWWRW4WRIW xiqqgv6oGh6+HU9XMV937+1VNDf4k4sNXECjxQ4B0MX/F5eWEsfIlqt4V2HMEDE/ eQ0zQbVRhf2MBJ6n6Vw6DDEUEv+4Dn9CUdYSyJPsK7/0JLO/VnKoPqvwhq+p7hZ4 JMHPWwFoMsT3Nuj15Nk3CrgDGE9C6GSyP88BTnSbgyqe9erFHXTOm80r6OfKpDVB h8/nt7iCFxlPcTLqkUoZf1ZwmlJCSD5fB9/yaAwTc3klFdkiPe0ZFODa/aLOqZrG AoYLsPMt9fntzrnXfwsTthkBxDSFiTxxxlRe1eQeRlALO2Bm5Qfn6jRGhrIraX RksscWcFWptjVlm9CDr2al7otX/RPqFjX3uiJMZfBFoYDmb49xdGaptlMCHaD6Wm XJFb4Wiu1ovERN38AT6IxXFPmPJw6SKrSmVeV5Pmn9+SHtfjAA+st0EMGhzBtW2N uZr0wwO1/EcrzaOP4So7n7IqmG3nKafibY2q5Occn/BHqvTKaik+q4b6a/vVdTtl Erp3hXlGk/6UpBLT5RYbU4p7WLGAj5r8DAyH0kI1+tcCxBKD9WVLSFzYqH9Ea59g 77QkU2lsayBSb2FkIDxzdGFmZkBzaWxrcm9hZG1hcmtldC5vcmc+iQE4BBMBAgAi BQJNlVjMAhsPBgsJCAcDAgYVCAIJCgsEFgIDAQIeAQIXgAAKCRACIkI7Z7f6JV/P B/92DrCPpqfzF6EPu1g6Mxt/39EAosKr4YwmVE5DuY+g6pR2dOtDfvkt3QxQkURB QeyaKOQNuXus4vDQi4kcmzHD3DLmc0A0wQzGOyl0a+LwdqUOtckL4SIPbEzSDP9e sOZOweGkBkSDB13KBkW4fFbDGkEcYHZyUt/jFgxflMLtnxAksR1fH0NbmZnUr1e4 L7p+QylRuXOhGLObOTU0n7KDbuZijgqKDKyV6yEXfLJDrZqzlqmoh+DJisn+53Br glDwt7p3MHR3ejyausNeodK7FJ0sY0uHUHuUOmF2xDGvHVb/jrwS5sb7k8YMuq ptRgsMLFLebgM3jrCg78g23k =D+ez -----END PGP PRIVATE KEY BLOCK----- 
This imports into my GPG without any CRC problems and with correct metadata, so it should be right. But it turns out to be passphrase-protected! Dammit! My first try to decrypt it was to take the server exhibit, write down every password given in it, and try those:
109j7IAier 2n3fh4n3o 2t31fKF5hm 2WBx5obj 34534r3f 384jdridh 3j483r87yfn38 _47JB+p1\j}[email protected](L[nZ)#W- 4B5HMiJYy0N0bbK5 4pVAW9bv 4W8IWDjInLguJD8T 83drj3984 8pz2PGGEmn3h3hGJ 8sa7dhf8a7 938ru39 9MPGCtBK abrault66 abstractapproachfillsthemindwithjoy acharlton66 achrlton66 ameeraissa66 [email protected] [email protected] bTyL5RbC cbrady66 cdigby66 dboone66 dFDrN345DSftX dQsQRighnXczcphJ dsmith66 dwallace66 dwiurhi37n EgXcn1ANYF eK5nJgfDqERQ3K96 fahu6wq4ue fwarren66 gboyle66 gtilly66 hallahaa hR6vpCxaGY HuKKtaoLLa hulluh832 J39hlF4n Je)pae]yuxeif7xi jknCRfR3yq3hbtzp k8JqM7Cijw kborunda66 kclark66 LaQXhcURAGMME3gq lmackrell66 lzielinski66 mgatewood66 nlbosm42093 nsj8jdke oh3bdc8wcn rlvrGdex RPGLdgjjveBtHpEN SD8rcicL sfa76ht7 sofas-qxsch sums-XATq86P the2Fieshaqu tkiW23GL U5f305OX Uha4zFYo v6ay080942 w732ihrw7e w8j374847dhw wefi7y4mwh wjBSGHvfEQdfh9oZ x4TiJfRE XUVYNGBgvu7fb5Hw yMrEATSQ7BsBEouV zFAvzSBUXcC0 zS08HbISvSZcB5Ex 
None of these seemed to work for me. (imposter also tried the Elcom dictionary +0-9, 6-9 characters, alphabet, lowercase.)
So then I turned to a password cracker, specifically John the Ripper (WP), whose bleeding-jumbo edition I compiled with OpenCL (so it could use my wimpy GPU, which for Bitcoin mining could do something like 50mh/s); John doesn't handle GPG natively, but it apparently does ship with a tool gpg2john to convert the passphrase hash to something it can work with, which yields:
Silk Road:$gpg$*1*668*2048*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*3*254*2*2*8*7eb669fe58701a92*6029312*ec76ddeeb2231fdb:::Silk Road ::/home/gwern/sr.asc 
I think one could also try pgpry but I didn't since I got john up and running before I saw it.
Since the server passwords failed, and I saw a variety of characters and capitalizations, I had john do bruteforce:
john --format=gpg-opencl --incremental=ASCII sr-hash 
I ran it for about a week, and finally lost my patience. I was hoping it'd be like one of the short passphrases in the server password list, which would have been bruteforced by now. I wound up ending john at
0g 9:13:13:11 0g/s 74.14p/s 74.14c/s 74.14C/s dsssii..dlshk2 
(john.log, john.rec)
Oh well. It was worth a shot. Not everything pans out.
But maybe someone with a GPU cluster or better at password cracking wants to give it a shot and reveal the passphrase? I can't pretend to be DPR after posting this, but it would still be interesting to go back and decrypt some of the messages to DPR on the SR1 forums. (Why should LE have all the snooping fun?)
* these characters also mean OCR is not very useful for transcribing crypto keys; every character has to be perfect, so since you're going to be going character-by-character anyway... One thought I had was that the right key was only maybe 5-10 edits away from the OCR version or my first hand-draft, so it should be feasible to brute-force all versions within a certain edit distance to see if their CRC is right or brute-force specific transpositions. But I don't transcribe keys nearly often enough to bother writing such a tool.
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LOLLOLOOLOL's Crash Course on Common Sense, and Risk Mitigation with Bitcoin.

Bitcoin is a new and potentially revolutionary technology. It’s a game changer in the financial world, and we’ve yet to see widespread adoption on a meaningful scale. We are still early adopters.

However, we’re growing rapidly. /Bitcoin currently has just under 50,000 subscribers - and tomorrow we’ll breach that wall. This post is intended for those that may need some help keeping their Bitcoin safe.

Bitcoin is the rough equivalent of digital cash
This section will focus less on how cool this is, and more on how critical it is to understand this.
When one holds a wad of cash, ownership is implied by the fact that he is physically holding those bills. When one hands that wad of cash to another, transfer of ownership is implied. It’s bad practice to give someone cash one doesn’t want him to keep.
In comparison to a person’s debit card, the funds in the bank account belong to the person named on the card. This is what allows a bank to refund fraudulent charges. Great - it has its time and place. We won’t discuss it here.
Bitcoin is cash. Ownership can be thought of as defined by access to the private key. What does this mean?
“Owning” Bitcoin, and the good grace of others
One variant of a Bitcoin wallet is called a “web wallet.” A web wallet is effectively a tradeoff of security for convenience.
The convenience is that one can make access his Bitcoin anyplace where he has internet (and a web browser). The tradeoff is that the user must trust another entity with the private keys that hold his Bitcoin.
Is it possible that there’s some value of Bitcoin deposited that is greater than the quantity of Bitcoin that the company can reasonably expect to generate in the service’s lifetime? Well, yes. But I’m no conspiracy theorist - just something to keep in mind.
When one “deposits” Bitcoin into a service, whether an exchange, a web wallet, gambling website, Silk Road, etc, he relies on the financial stability, security, and good graces of the service in question to return his Bitcoin, or a purchased product.
One only owns Bitcoin when he has the private key, and he can be reasonably sure nobody else has it either.
Basic password security
This isn’t directly relevant to Bitcoin, but hang with me cause this is great life advice.
Basic computer security (Windows)
(This section is a bit of a joke. While I think it’s great advice because it’s always worked for me, the same may not be true for you. Practice common sense)
If you’ve never had a virus or malware:
  1. Verify that you actually have an antivirus installed, up to date, and regularly scanning.
  2. Run a scan.
  3. If you’re clean… Awesome, keep on doing what you’re doing.
If you have had a virus or malware:
  1. Follow steps 1 and 2 from the previous section.
  2. STOP installing things that you don’t intend to install.
  3. STOP putting off computer updates
  4. STOP downloading things from shady places
  5. STOP clicking links in emails
It’s easy. Keep your computer up to date, scan it regularly, and don’t do shady things.
People are volatile (and Bitcoin too!!)
Bitcoin is bringing hordes of people into unfamiliar territory. While the average Bitcoin user may not be your average joe, he’s also not a professional investor.
And even if he is an investor, Bitcoin is a different game.
Many are exposed to exchanges like MtGox without meaningful previous experience. You are still an early adopter. There’s no reason to jump into anything before you understand it and are comfortable with it.
Remember that you’re playing with money here. The risks are greater than that of fiat. There may not be any recourse for mistakes. You may have to rely on others to hold your Bitcoin for a time. At the end of the day, make sure you own your Bitcoin.
I am not going to say, “don’t invest more than you can afford to lose,” cause let’s face it, I like to live life on the edge. But remember, just as we are a community that can give a hand to another, we’re also a group of individuals playing in the wild wild west.
There are scams out there. People will attempt to manipulate you into doing things that are not beneficial to you. People will steal your Bitcoin if they can. We are a community - but don’t ask for buying/selling advice.
Oh yeah, Bitcoin is also pretty volatile. The general advice concerning this is, “buy high, sell low.”
Other kinds of wallets
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Dice Rolled Private Keys

So I was thinking about rolling my own dice to generate private and public keys using a linux boot CD on a internet-less computer. For those intersted see this guide here (I did not write this).
So I have a few questions about how safe rolling your own keys are. Keep in mind Im not asking about PRNG or the reasons why to roll your own dice for keys vs computer generated. I am asking about human error in the process of making keys.
ALL these questions are not related about hackers/crackers/guessers but MORE on the fact that if you deposit bitcoins into a weird public key(miscalculated private key thus weird public key), could you still retreive them as long as you had a private key? I ask these questions because I want to get into the nitty gritty but don’t want to fire off bitcoins to a bad address thinking I can retrieve them later.
Thanks guys
UPDATE: I understand that public keys come from private keys. Maybe malformed priv keys cant even generate pub keys. but if they could, would it still work on the network?
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