04-24 04:44 - 'Anybody else hear about this disturbing stuff? By the way, their patent number is WO2020 – 060606. Reminds me of "Revelation 13" and I'm not Religious.' (centipedenation.com) by /u/intheworldnotof removed from /r/Bitcoin within 49-59min
The blocksize debate, the personal attacks against reputable members of the community, and the Craig Wright revelations are all part of a well orchestrated campaign against Bitcoin. Proof inside?
Uber TL;DR: Craig Wright, anonymously via a report relating to the PGP key from December, attempted to smear and discredit members of the Bitcoin development community, accused Bitcoin Core of hijacking Bitcoin by imposing a blocksize limit, attacked small-block supporters, and heavily promoted big blocks. I hypothesize that the on-going blocksize campaign and Craig are highly connected. Scroll down for a non-Uber TL;DR, or just read the whole thing (yes, its long :)). First, some background. After the December leaks, a paper pertaining to disprove Greg Maxwell's (nullc) allegations of backdating the PGP key has been released by an unknown (at the time) author, titled "Appeal to authority: A failure of trust".
Abstract: In December 2015, a Motherboard article suggested that cryptographic keys ... were created using technology that was not available on the dates they were supposedly made ... in this paper we present evidence that disproves this claim ... In addition, a warning is rung regarding the onset of centralised authority in the control of bitcoin that has been achieved through Blocksize restrictions. These restrictions have led to centralisation of Bitcoin via the dogma of the core development team ...
As for the backdated keys revealed in the December outing, Mr Wright presents a report by First Response, a computer-forensics firm, which states that these keys could have been generated with an older version of the software in question.
While they do not explicitly state that this is the same paper linked above, what are the odds that two different papers were written to support Craig's claims? In all likelihood, Economist refers to the same "Appeal to authority: A failure of trust" paper, mentioning that it was written by a computer forensics firm named First Response. Now, to the interesting part. Within the paper (supposedly written by an independent third party firm), we have the following text:
Generally, an appeal to authority is fallacious when we cite those who have no special expertise. This is of greater concern when we have an individual believed or purporting to be an expert who abuses trust. Even experts have agendas and the only means to ensure that trust is valid is to hold those experts to a greater level of scrutiny.
That very same text (the bold portion) is also mentioned in that same Economist article, but this time attributed to Craig Wright himself:
In an article in the press kit accompanying the publication of his blog post, he takes aim at Gregory Maxwell, one of the leading bitcoin developers, who first claimed that the cryptographic keys in Mr Wright’s leaked documents were backdated. “Even experts have agendas,” he writes, “and the only means to ensure that trust is valid is to hold experts to a greater level of scrutiny.”
This could mean one of two things: either that Craig wrote that report (and presented it as-if it was written by an independent third party forensics company), or that The Economist mis-attributed the text to Craig instead of to the First Response report. However, they already refer to this report earlier in the very same article (the second quote on this post) and attribute it to First Response. It is very unlikely that they later in the same article they would mis-attribute this report to Craig. In addition, what does a forensics company has to do with Bitcoin politics? Why would they even mention that subject? And how would they even have the knowledge to do so? My conclusion is: this report was written by none other than Craig Wright himself, who later used similar phrasing for self-attributed texts in his press kit. He then managed to get First Response to sign-off on that report (or simply just lied about them being involved - would be interesting to try and check that). Now, to the disturbing part. The author of this paper goes out of his way to attack and discredit Gregory Maxwell, over and over, throughout the entire article. He also repeatedly attacks the Bitcoin Core development community, the Bitcoin governance model, and those advocating for smaller blocks. I would say that 70%-80% of that paper is focused on politics, personal attacks against the Bitcoin technical community and heavy promotion for big blocks (later, in the Economist article, he's also advocating for 340GB blocks), in various phrasing that repeat over and over, with only 20%-30% of it actually being related to the technical questions surrounding the PGP key. Here are some selected quotes (there are many more!):
We may either conclude that Gregory Maxwell understood what he was asserting and has intentionally misled the community in stating that the PGP keys referenced had been backdated, or that a Bitcoin core developer did not understand the workings of PGP sufficiently.
In addition, a warning is rung regarding the onset of centralised authority in the control of bitcoin that has been achieved through Blocksize restrictions.
There is an inherent warning in the foregoing discussion with regard to the growing power of individuals who may not fully grasp the full potential of the Blockchain but who nevertheless have a disproportionate level of influence.
In limiting the size of the Block, the issue of control and the use of the protocol is centralised to a limited number of developers.
The bitcoin core protocol was never designed to be a single implementation maintain by a small cabal acting to restrain the heretics. In restricting the Blocksize, the end is the creation of a centralised management body.
Several core developers, including Gregory Maxwell have assumed a mantle of control. This is centralisation. It is not companies that we need to ensure do not violate our trust, but individuals.
Gregory Maxwell has been an avid supporter in limiting Blocksize. The arguments as to the technical validity of this change are political and act against the core principles of Bitcoin. The retention of limits on Block size consolidates power into the hands of a few individuals.
The position that has been assumed by those seeking centralisation of Bitcoin for many years is to create an artificial scarcity within Bitcoin associated with the limits on the Blocksize.
Those with power need to be held to a higher standard.
We can clearly assert that the evidence Maxwell has presented to justify his assertions to Motherboard that the PGP keys is false. His motives in this remain a mystery.
This report also uses the strawman logical fallacy, attributing Greg with claims that he never made while avoiding quoting his exact words (instead, optin to quote the press's paraphrase of Greg's words). While Greg said that the algorithms weren't in wide use at the alleged time of the key creation, they repeatedly mis-quote him as claiming that it was impossible to generate such a key at the time. Based on this strawman, they build mountains and hillsides, claiming that they can prove their claim in absolute logical terms ("This is a binary outcome and there cannot be any other result. Either creating the keys was possible, or the evidence reported by Motherboard was unfounded"). That was what Greg actually wrote:
Incidentally; there is now more evidence that it's faked. The PGP key being used was clearly backdated: its metadata contains cipher-suites which were not widely used until later software.
This is what the report claims:
In the logical analysis of evidence, we cannot have contradictions. Where such a contradiction exists, we need to check our premises. In this process that we are exploring together, either we can recreate a similar key along the lines of the one Maxwell has stated could not have existed (WAS NEVER SAID! N.I.) and must have been backdated, or we cannot. If we can create a key using the GnuPG software from 2007 and add the attributes of the disputed keys to a newly created key pair, then Maxwell is wrong. If we cannot complete this process, then he was correct and the keys could have been backdated. This is a binary outcome and there cannot be any other result. Either creating the keys was possible, or the evidence reported by Motherboard was unfounded.
We see here the default hash list of “2.8.3” as Maxwell asserts is the only available choice. (WAS NEVER SAID! N.I.)
The importance of this statement is that Maxwell has firmly asserted that the algorithms, “8,2,9,10,11” have only been added from a later period in 2009 ... We have engaged in this exercise in order to demonstrate that the former statement made by Maxwell is incorrect.
This exercise proves that those algorithms that had been stated to not exist at the time within GnuPG 1.4.7 had indeed been implemented. Maxwell’s assertion is false.
That report is, of course, total and utter nonsense. The algorithms did exists in PGP (no one claimed otherwise), but there was no ciphersuite that combined them together. It was indeed possible to manually select that ciphersuite, the command to do so would look like that:
There's no way that anyone would choose these exact algorithms under the exact same order before it was added as the default to PGP. Its important to note that the ciphersuite was chosen by the open source community after much discussions and knowledge acquired over time regarding the algorithms, which showed this combination to be the most secure. Foreseeing that this suite is going to be the state of the art, a few years before the PGP community figured it out, is extremely unlikely. TL;DR
After Greg exposed Craig's bluff regarding the PGP key from December, Craig writes a report that allegedly proves his key wasn't backdated. It is published on late December '15 - Early January '16 (anyone has an exact date?).
That entire article is based on a strawman, and doesn't really prove anything. It shows that it could be technically possible to create such a key at the alleged time, but completely disregards the fact that the likelihood of that happening is practically zero.
He released this report anonymously, not attributing it to anyone.
He uses this opportunity to discredit Greg, repeatedly attacking his personal integrity and technical competence. He also attacks Bitcoin Core with claims of an hostile takeover by a "small cabal" that wants to control Bitcoin by restricting the blocksize. He smears the "small blocks camp", while heavily advocating for larger blocks. He does that using personal attacks and severe words pointed at highly respected members of the community. About 70%-80% of the report isn't related to the PGP key at all, but rather to politics and attacks.
In his press kit for the revelation, he attaches this report, this time attributed to a forensics company called First Response. In addition to the report, he attaches more attacks against Greg, which he does attribute to himself. The phrasing of his self-attributed attacks strikes an extraordinary resemblance to the attacks in the report.
Having read this report, I now believe that what we're seeing is another stage of a well orchestrated attack on Bitcoin, whose goal is to discredit reputable members of the Bitcoin community, create factions within the community and to sow distrust among community members. This attack hasn't started now. The opening shot was the block size campaign, which was designed to spread toxicity and dissent, promote personal attacks against thought leaders and technical experts, and split the community into two opposing camps. The goal is to dissemble the human and social fabric of Bitcoin, to subvert our trust in the cypher-punk "leaders" of the bitcoin space and to create chaos and confusion, in order to prepare the ground for the second stage - an hostile takeover of the Bitcoin protocol development via a person claiming to be Satoshi Nakamoto, which will support this new development team and lead people after him. I don't usually tend to be overly conspirative, but this report is highly disturbing. It has the very clear agenda of attacking Bitcoin Core and the consensus mechanism, while heavily promoting big blocks. We have appealing evidence that it was written by Craig, which also continues his attack as part of his press release. All of that leads me to believe that the blocksize campaign, the non-stop attacks against the Bitcoin development community and thought leaders, and the Craig revelation as "being Satoshi" are all tightly connected as part of an orchestrated attack. And all of that follows repeating evidence of ongoing sock-puppets and rating manipulation within our online communities, Sybilattackson the P2P network to create a false image of Classic support, and DDoS attacks. (interesting to note that voting manipulation was put into use with greater vigor during the Craig revelations, according to theymos - "there's substantial vote manipulation in /Bitcoin right now"). I truly believe that this is the real thing. We're witnessing an orchestrated full-scale attack on Bitcoin, by a well-organized entity with significant financial means. Buckle up!
Butter begrudgingly admits that Bitcoin is a Pyramid Scheme. Says it is OK, because EVERYTHING is a pyramid scheme. Entire financial world is upended as this bombshell revelation sinks in and corporations worldwide stop wasting effort producing goods.
Is there a good writeup anywhere of the last few days' forking fuckup, and the revelation that FIFTY FUCKING PERCENT of the hash power DOESN'T FUCKING BOTHER VERIFYING TRANSACTIONS, which is LITERALLY THE JOB THEY GET BITCOINS FOR?
AMA Announcement: Robert Alice Project - Raising money for Fran Finney's ALS - Monday, 5th October 2020 - 5PM (PST)
We are pleased to invite Robert Alice Project for an AMA here at CyptoCurrency on Monday, 5th October 2020 at 5 pm PST / 12 am GST. One artist's journey to hand-paint all 12.3 million digits of Bitcoin's code over 3 years, Portraits of a Mind by Robert Alice is the largest work of art in blockchain's history and is the first artwork and NFT from the crypto space to be exhibited and auctioned at Christie's New York on October 7. Read more about it here: https://decrypt.co/42581/a-massive-bitcoin-artwork-is-being-auctioned-at-christies Link to Christies: https://www.christies.com/lotfindeinstallations-video-art/robert-alice-block-21-6283759-details.aspx?from=searchresults&intObjectID=6283759 The Robert Alice project was founded by Benjamin Gentilli, a London-based artist , in 2018 to promote blockchain culture within the visual arts. Ben is a big supporter of ALS, and they are currently launching the largest work of art in Bitcoin's history. He has hand painted all 12.3 million digits of code behind BTC version 0.1.0, it took 3 years and is over 50m long. Join the artist Robert Alice for an AMA here, to ask questions about the making of the 50 meter painting, plus a few little revelations about Satoshi and Hal Finney that no one else knows but him….. Robert Alice will be donating 0.00019 ($2) for every question asked, split between CoinCenter and Social Alpha Foundation. Date/Time: Monday, 5th October 2020 - 5 pm (PST) / 12 am (GST) Duration: 1 Hour Photos: https://imgur.com/a/cNCcRRZ
Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: A Decade of Banks Behaving Badly Is Being Laid Bare in Australia - From lying to regulators, falsifying documents and taking bribes to extracting fees from customers long since dead, the revelations a /r/worldnews
12-22 07:03 - 'Low and behold, a pretty shocking revelation and this has already been downvoted. Why? Did I make something up? No; I quoted directly and stated a couple of facts. So why the down votes? Does anyone wonder at this point...' by /u/BCHisrogerscoin removed from /r/Bitcoin within 23-33min
So I'm looking through my old yearbooks, and I'm realizing that I missed out on a crucial part of my life: during high school, I was supposed to have a punk phase. I can't believe I missed it! It seemed like everyone was rocking their unruly hair, their unkempt clothes, and their general disaffection towards life. Man, Green Day released new records, and there was an unrelenting hatred for all types of authority figures... Wait, this is just a slab of concrete with newspaper articles from 2020 stapled to it, isn't it. Regardless, the universe is telling me it's time for me to reclaim my lost childhood experiences; to go back to a better time. Unfortunately, latent legal issues surrounding my controversial "BONG HiTS 4 JESUS" sign prevent me from going within 500 feet of any type of school, so winning the basketball championship and visiting the aquarium are right out. But I can still be the moodiest, edgiest, darkest person on the planet, and now that I've beaten Shadow the Hedgehog all the way through and went to Hot Topic, it's time to build a commander deck that's truly me. Presenting: RAMSESO V E R D A R K!
Ramses is the bad boy your mother would never let take you to IHOP. Not that he'd care; his business is killing, and he's efficient at it too, costing the least out of any commander I've ever written about. You want to sit around and drink tea with your little enchanted princess friends? Ramses Overdark is here to tell you how the real world works. Nothing personnel, kid.
Commander For You
Like a TI-83 Silver Edition, Ramses is a stone-cold calculating problem solver, but he only gets that way with some preparation. See, killing is a business, Ramses' business, and the one thing every business needs is synergy. So call me Nathan Fielder, because I'm going to unveil the plan that will keep this enterprise running smoothly:
Procure the payment.
Keep your friends close.
Keep your enemies closer.
Go to work.
As a teenager, I procrastinated from my task of being edgy by protesting government-backed financial institutions with the Bitcoin community, and one thing you learn there very quickly is that assassination ain't cheap. The first and most obvious barrier to breaking 18 U.S. Code § 1117 is his six mana casting cost, and unlike Gabriel, Ramses demands something a little more tangible than a green thumb to appease him. We're going to use the usual fare: rings, trinkets, stones, lockets, relics... archives... spheres? With you as an investor, Ramses' business (which is killing) will make a killing, letting us take full advantage of Revel in Riches as both a ramp tool and backup win condition. Ramses will also often require additional gas to keep going, whether it be finding a steady stream of enchantments to throw onto enemies, or to finding ways to close out games.
And don't forget about the artifacts that sacrifice themselves for cards: In a pinch, you can throw Curator's Ward onto them instead of Ramses.
Enchantment payoffs are few and far between in Dimir, so we're keeping this build a bit creature-light; but the ones we take with are absolutely vital for our success. While Ramses is no Cleopatra, he's still managed to form relationships with some important Greek allies:
Hateful Eidolon is another great draw engine. You're going to be enchanting enemy creatures constantly, so it'll be a steady stream of card advantage.
Protean Thaumaturge can transform into copies of anything on the board, and since you're usually targeting huge threats, he's straight value.
If you prefer just taking creatures instead of becoming them, Rootwater Matriarch is the mother everyone wants to follow, as she takes control of enemy enchanted creatures.
Man, she's way cooler than my mom. Incidentally, these control changing effects can go away, so lets include a sacrifice outlet, like Blasting Station.
Nighthowler is both the name of my new punk band and a decent Bestow creature. Cast it as a creature directly, or use it to build up Ramses' hit-list first.
Blightcaster lets you snipe less relevant creatures while you go for the big ones. I like saying "pew!" when I ping things. Please, take me seriously.
Grim Guardian is an Aristocrats-style payoff for enchantments, which is exactly the sort of talent Ramses' agents should be recruiting.
Rootwater Shaman gives your enchantments flash, making your targets subtle and you s n e a k y. Pretty sus, bro.
Agent of Erebos is repeatable graveyard exile, which isn't necessarily worth a slot but it pisses off Sandy, my Muldrotha-playing ex-wife.
Our deck only runs sixteen creatures, and while being a lone-wolf is edgy, it's not the type of edge I want to be. I feel like I'm a Halloween bobbing apple -- razor edgy; the type of edge that speaks to people, in the very depths of their soul, and causes them to rebel against the man. In the end, I will be so edgy that even those rotten adults will realize I'm right. Enchant opposing creatures with reanimation-on-death enchantments:
Once opposing creatures are enchanted with one of these Auras, they become juicy targets for Ramses, as killing them will put them into play under your control. Unfortunately, six isn't a critical mass for Ramses; to ensure that Ramses' business isn't killed by a lack of clientele, let's use some recursive enchantments.
Remember Dragon Fangs from the last article? Dragon Shadow and Dragon Wings come back to haunt your opponents, auto-enchanting beefy boys at your discretion to give Ramses a target.
Echoing Fallen Angel from Ramses' set League of Legends, Fallen Ideal is a recursive enchantment that's also a sacrifice outlet.
The "Most 2020 Mood Award" goes to Despondency, which lowers a creature's power and keeps comin' back, again and again.
Screams from Within is unique in that it will auto-attach after death instead of coming back to your hand. Be aware that if you've got no enemy targets, it's gonna end up on Ramses.
Slow Motion's Pendrell-type effect might be enough to save you a Ramses activation if your opponent doesn't care enough to pay the toll.
Rounding out the auras, we've got a few utility spells we can play for neat effects:
Ramses' weapon of choice is obviously the Doom Blade, which he'll cast for you if his target is enchanted with Chime of Night.
If you prefer opponents to discard cards instead, Dying Wail's got you covered.
Your opponents will be at world's end when you exile their big threats off the top of their deck with Dead Man's Chest. This is the type of luxury even Gonti's jealous of!
And here's some spicy tech for you: Ensoul Artifact lets Ramses remove an artifact with his ability.
A lot of creatures are going to end up dead, which makes Rise of the Dark Realms a great end-game finisher. But that's boring. Are you ready to learn Ramses' true dark secret? Because here's where I blow your mind.
...lets you sacrifice Iridescent Drake to Blasting Station which...
...deals 1 damage and triggers the enchantment which means...
..Iridescent Drake goes onto the battlefield, returning...
This combo will make you feel like Joker, because your opponents will never see it coming. You've got some redundancy in the deck in case things don't pan out: use Fallen Ideal as your sacrifice outlet and win condition to swing with an evasive infinity/infinity attacker, or deal damage using Grim Guardian's Constellation trigger. Should Iridescent Drake be interacted with (which is illegal, by the way), use Ill Gotten Gains to get your combo pieces back to hand and recur some protective counterspells. I'm not a punk, I'm a goddamn dragon genius. Finally, the deck is truly me!
In conclusion, the Ramses Overdark deck for the Commander format is a fun and powerful budget deck for you to try. I hope you enjoyed reading my paper as much as I enjoyed writing- ...Buh? Oh. I guess I reverted to hastily written high school paper writing. Is that really what I sounded like? You know, people say you never really realize what you have until it's gone. It's easy to look to memories of better days and feel that melancholy drop in your stomach. It's natural to feel wistful for a time past when rain drips down the window. But the truth is also that you don't really realize what you don't have until you obtain it. Our experiences may be painful now, but that's no reason to give up hope. You can get over darkness. Look forward instead of back, because in that future lies a wiser you.
The NSA monitors banks and credit card transactions -- sometimes in apparent violation of national laws and global regulations. The European SWIFT financial transaction network is being tapped on different levels. What actions has r/bitcoin taken in response to this revelation? (Thanks E. Snowden)
The blocksize debate, the personal attacks against reputable members of the community, and the Craig Wright revelations are all part of a well orchestrated campaign against Bitcoin. Proof inside? : Bitcoin
AMA Announcement: Robert Alice Project - Raising funds for Coin Center and Social Alpha ($21 a question answered) - Today 5 pm (PST) / 12 am (GST)
We are pleased to invite Robert Alice Project for an AMA here at CyptoCurrency on Monday, 5th October 2020 at 5 pm PST / 12 am GST. One artist's journey to hand-paint all 12.3 million digits of Bitcoin's code over 3 years, Portraits of a Mind by Robert Alice is the largest work of art in blockchain's history and is the first artwork and NFT from the crypto space to be exhibited and auctioned at Christie's New York on October 7. Read more about it here: https://decrypt.co/42581/a-massive-bitcoin-artwork-is-being-auctioned-at-christies Link to Christies: https://www.christies.com/lotfindeinstallations-video-art/robert-alice-block-21-6283759-details.aspx?from=searchresults&intObjectID=6283759 The Robert Alice project was founded by Benjamin Gentilli, a London-based artist , in 2018 to promote blockchain culture within the visual arts. He has hand painted all 12.3 million digits of code behind BTC version 0.1.0, it took 3 years and is over 50m long. Join the artist Robert Alice for an AMA here, to ask questions about the making of the 50 meter painting, plus a few little revelations about Satoshi and Hal Finney that no one else knows but him….. Robert Alice will be donating $21 for every question answered, split between CoinCenter and Social Alpha Foundation. Plus he will announcing a philanthropic drive with ALS, the charity Fran Finney supports. Date/Time: Monday, 5th October 2020 - 5 pm (PST) / 12 am (GST) Duration: 1 Hour Photos: https://imgur.com/a/cNCcRRZ
Correction episode 368 There seems to be an agreement among the TFH team, that Trump being a Mob boss puts him in play as different family (13 families) than the currently existing satanic pedophiles. So instead of looking at them as families I have started looking at these families as individual secret societies. Mind you these are long games, played out over decades and centuries. From this point the breakdown of who operates and runs each society is imperative to understanding them. If we look at Hitler we find the Rothschilds connections to him, and can safely assume that the nazi's brought to the United States through operation paperclip are also tied in with this family. The play into 368 comes with Warrener Von Braun as a founder of NASA. The control of the space narrative is imperative to the next cabals world control. We see Elon Musk coming through to take control of this narrative through space X. Potentially putting Elon in as a member of the new guard. We also have Edward Snowden, releasing his revelations on the NSA. Which gave way to "Q team" headed up by General Flynn within the NSA to investigate what Snowden revealed. After the 4th of July video tweet by Flynn, doing the WWG1WGA phrase it confirmed Flynn's placement within "Q." Snowden also seemed to have a pretty free life within Russia where his level of anonymity and location have never seemed to be a concern. We also have Russia who has kicked the Rothschilds central banks out of their countries ever since collapse of the USSR. Not confirmed but there seems to be significant supporting evidence to Flynn, Snowden, & Putin being apart of this new guard. Lastly and most important but the biggest unknown is Satoshi Nakamoto. Arguably the single biggest hater of the Rothschilds central banking cabal. Here's the stretch, Satoshi is actually Julian Assange. Through the syntax of the posts written by satoshi we are lead to believe Satoshi is either British or Australian. Checking the boxes. We also have the timelines, Satoshi's last post was December 2011. With Assange going on the run early 2012. Bitcoin had to exist with a market value price for assange and wikileaks to exist. Since the United States controls international transactions through SWIFT and has massive leverage among banks, they were able to shut down Assange from the current financial system. Bitcoin was neccessary for him to succeed and everything he uncovered was harmful towards the central banks. Now with his extradition coming up to blow the lid off Russiagate and Seth Rich. Effectively making him a crucial role to the whole takedown and putting him within the new guards secret society. Elon paying homage back to Tesla, after learning that John Trump and Nikola were friends with each other, plus watching Elons biggest baby of solar energy as the take over, uprooting the oil industries, seems all too coincidental to not be a complete plan that had been laid out for a long time. The new gaurd has been working at putting the technocracy in place for years. Including Elons grandfather in Canada trying to put the technocracy in place. At the end of episode 368 there was talk of no more government and just corporations. With 5g, starlink & nuerolink there is no need for governments. Safety will be covered through the surveillance grid, bankers are unnecessary because of bitcoin & potentially defi (decetralized finance). The world is ripe for the last gaurd to take over before it becomes impossible to take them over. Hopefully this makes sense, its my first post for TFHpod
Bitcoin and blockchain link to the Mark of the Beast (666)
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