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Come on people, ether raises 26,000+ BTC! then other important projects like dark wallet raises little scratch.
Dark wallet and anon coin mixing is sooooooo important for "legitimate" business just as much as iligitamate businesses because no business owner wants thier competitors to figure out income or who a supplier is or how much they are paying for supplies. Just normal business.
It is important for bitcoins future to be anon by default.
“We want highly skilled, hard working people that are fans of bitcoin as a technology, and perhaps less as a movement – you need to be able to separate business from politics if you want to operate in the highly regulatory space of financial services.” It is always hard to attract talent to startups, and it is even harder to attract talent to a startup in a new ‘risky’ technology.
Darkwallet has the opposite problem. We WANT politicised highly motivated individuals that think for themselves and are honest with us. We have lots of talent offering us their help from designers at the top of their field to highly skilled programmers. We just don't have the resources to pay people, and so everyone chips in a little of their time and things inch slowly along. It's easy for me to sell the project, and take investor money. But I want to keep this project pure to its goals and integrity, and working for the community instead of selling it off to the highest bidders for their profit. I want Bitcoin users to profit from this project. We need to raise 40 BTC to make the release, and then we'll be in a strong position as a project to raise capital from multiple sources to fund development. So don't be shy, we will deliver the best production ready wallet with unmatched technology on all fronts. Tools to create your own DAC, launder money to your own private super tax haven, a smooth beautiful experience and the best in instant yet private blockchain technology (that no other wallet has). Who https://wiki.unsystem.net/en/index.php/DarkWallet/Project_multisig_fund Keep Darkwallet in your hands.
So it's no secret that BIP101 and similar hard fork proposals have been a controversial topic, especially here in /bitcoin. I've seen theymos called out for censorship time and time again, and while I don't condone what he did, I've started to understand it. When I first heard about the proposals to increase the block size, I was skeptical at best. I had run a full node at home for some time, and was beginning to worry about the large footprint it was starting to take on my hard drive. Of my laptop. So I wasn't an always on full node, but I was frequently on. And I was running out of space. Then came the bip101 centralization FUD. About the same time, I started to read about lighting networks, and asked some questions about it and the blocksize increase on this forum. I'll admit I got a bit-on for lightning as I read about it (and more recently when I read about a similar idea to lightning, but somehow different [and I can't remember the name or the whitepaper where I read it]). Then came the lightning centralization conspiracy, and I became a skeptic. I think it was core v0.11 where they introduced blockchain trimming, I started to feel a little better about the idea of larger block sizes. I can always trim the size down, right? I told myself. So maybe bip101 wasn't so bad? Hard drives are always getting bigger, so shouldn't that be enough? I think I was swayed to Mike and Gavin's arguments when I watched them in a video talk about how they are being oppressed about this, and decided I was on the side of blocksize increase. Then came the big dogs hailing their support; this oddly made me feel better about it, where I'm naturally skeptical of large corporations' endorsements. BIP101 wont do any harm anyway, right? I think I was wrong. I asked myself What are the consequences of increasing the blocksize over time? Do we honestly expect the average user to be able to keep up with an ever-increasing block size? I know I move slower than that; I don't buy a new computer every two years. Four-to-six, maybe. But I've already been drowned out of using my laptop to keep an up-to-date blockchain (I know it probably wasn't a good idea in the first place). Where will the full nodes go? Mike and Gavin are centralization fanboys, I think it's fair to say. Sorry, guys, if I'm mislabeling you - I'm pretty sure I've seen you more or less say that outright, though. I'm not. Like the now-defunct author of DarkWallet, Amir Taaki has said, there is no political neutrality here. Bitcoin is meant to take power from central hands, and divide it amongst the people. Now, I have no idea where genjix went, but I've found myself agreeing with him on this - bitcoin isn't a good payment processor. Now, I'm not sure if it was meant to be - or needs to be. There are already many options proposed to add decentralized (even distributed) payment processing - that can scale - that don't necessarily require a blocksize increase. Now I'm realizing that bip101 is a proposal that will only serve to transfer wealth and power to the largest companies. I'm finding myself convinced that full nodes will be forced onto servers and data centers, and I disagree with Gavin and Mike that that is a good thing. I think that will kill bitcoin and its value. Here's how I'm starting to see it. The blockchain is like a fast version of bank transfers. It sucks for transfering small amounts of money over many transactions, but it didn't need to fulfill that. No one asked your bank to be a paypal, or a visa. I really believe that we can build on top of where the blockchain is right now, without chainging block sizes again, and even relieve stress without decreasing the amount of transactions capable. The best ideas for new apps are yet to come. We can build tools that enhance bitcoin, and utilize it without changing its fundamental purpose and message. Kissing up to large corporations and governments will not make bitcoin a better place. They have enough power - lets work on increasing ours. tl;dr Please, don't adopt bip101. The other alternatives will come soon enough.
sx Bitcoin utilities (new installation instructions and information inside)
Hi! My aim with this project is to provide a set of modular Bitcoin commandline utilities, that admin types can engage with Bitcoin functionality without having to write code. By chaining all these commands together in different ways, you can do offline transactions, maintain a wallet, work with deterministic keys, ... It would be cool to see Bitcoin wallets written in bash script using these tools to handle the core functionality. I believe the more we give good tools to the community, the more we can decentralise development and increase access to the core technology for all types. Use this bash shell script to install sx: http://libbitcoin.dyne.org/install-sx.sh
Now send some funds to your address (0.01 BTC). In this example we will send the funds to 13Ft7SkreJY9D823NPm4t6D1cBqLYTJtAe.
100000 Satoshis (0.001 BTC) in total. 90000 Satoshis (0.0009 BTC) to send. 10000 Satoshis (0.0001 BTC) for the fee.
Use blockchain.info (or the history tool provided here) to lookup the output for this address. Note down the transaction hash and transaction index. Here is a screenshot of blockchain.info: http://i.imgur.com/dZvqJIV.png We can see the tx hash is: 97e06e49dfdd26c5a904670971ccf4c7fe7d9da53cb379bf9b442fc9427080b3 And there is a single output at index 1 that we want to spend (the 2nd one for 0.001 BTC). Construct the transaction:
Because there is 100000 Satoshis going in, but only 90000 Satoshis out, the remaining 10000 Satoshis (0.0001 BTC) will be taken by the Bitcoin network as a fee. This is how fees work internally in Bitcoin. 'showtx' allows inspecting of tx files.
You can use either the master_public.key or the wallet.seed for generating Bitcoin receive addresses. But you cannot use the master_public.key for generating the private keys for spending those Bitcoins.
For Electrum compatible 12 word seeds, use the mnemonic tool.
$ echo 148f0a1d77e20dbaee3ff920ca40240d | sx-mnemonic people blonde admit dart couple different truth common alas stumble time cookie $ echo "people blonde admit dart couple different truth common alas stumble time cookie" | sx-mnemonic 148f0a1d77e20dbaee3ff920ca40240d
The balance/history tools can then use a network connection to make requests against the load balancer.
It's possible to run as many backend workers as you like. The load balancer (obbalancer) will distribute requests evenly among the backends. Use worker-output.sh to view debug info from the worker. Each worker must have their own unique copy of the blockchain database. See the Obelisk config files in /uslocal/etc/obelisk/. The sx config file is stored at ~/.sx.cfg (there's an example at /uslocal/share/sx.cfg). You can change this configuration parameter using './configure --sysconfigdir=/etc/'. By configuring different workers and load balancers, you can run multiple setups on the same host. By default it is no pointing at my development server, but I will change this soon and migrate to a new host. Also I make no guarantees about stability or compatibility.
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