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Old 17-01-2014, 15:53   #601   link
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Hou uw geld al maar klaar
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Old 17-01-2014, 16:23   #602   link
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Alsof die op de exchanges gaan gedumpt worden.
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Old 20-01-2014, 17:22   #603   link
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Old 20-01-2014, 17:27   #604   link
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Old 20-01-2014, 17:43   #605   link
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average/hour is 10% van bitcoin. plaatst het wat in context, want de transacties zijn kleiner in waarde.
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Old 20-01-2014, 17:46   #606   link
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average/hour is 10% van bitcoin. plaatst het wat in context, want de transacties zijn kleiner in waarde.
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Old 20-01-2014, 17:50   #607   link
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kzit hier dogecoins te mijnen dat het geen naam heeft
allemaal voor cool runnings 2
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Old 20-01-2014, 21:40   #608   link
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Beste delen uit de New York Times hun artikel over Bitcoin idool "Dread Pirate Roberts", de man achter de Silk Road drugs/moord/kinderporno markt:
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Dread Pirate Roberts agreed to the price but wanted “proof of death,” asking nob to instruct the killers to send a video, “and if they can’t do that, then pictures” of the deceased.

Only the broad outlines are known of what must have been a highly cinematic dumb show of violence. What is clear from the criminal complaint is that by Feb. 21, nob sent photos of Mr. Green doing a fine impression of a corpse. Mr. Green had “died of asphyxiation/heart rupture” while being tortured, nob explained. Dread Pirate Roberts replied that he found the images disturbing, but that he did not have any other choice.

“I just wish more people had some integrity,” D.P.R. wrote.

In the months that followed, D.P.R. would pay a supposed hit man named “redandwhite” $150,000 in Bitcoins to whack a blackmailer who was threatening to release the identities of Silk Road users, and later a seller who appears to have scammed buyers en masse. When redandwhite noted that the scammer lived with three roommates, D.P.R. was persuaded to kill all four of them, at a cost of $500,000.

The government contends that the whole enterprise was likely a swindle. Whether these targets were in cahoots with redandwhite, or were the creation of redandwhite, is not clear. But authorities in Canada, where all five killings were supposed to have taken place, found no trace of crimes that matched redandwhite’s descriptions, according to federal prosecutors.

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What few friends realized is where his philosophical quest had brought him. At Penn State, he was becoming a dedicated libertarian. He joined the school’s Libertarian Club and wore a Ron Paul for President shirt to classes. Mr. Ulbricht was quoted in the school’s newspaper, The Daily Collegian, saying of Mr. Paul, “there’s a lot to learn from him and his message of what it means to be a U.S. citizen and what it means to be a free individual.”

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“I walk tall, proud and free, knowing that the actions I take eat away at the infrastructure that keeps oppression alive,” D.P.R. wrote on Silk Road in March 2012. “Now it is profitable to throw off one’s chains, with amazing crypto technology reducing the risk of doing so dramatically. How many niches have yet to be filled in the world of anonymous online markets? The opportunity to prosper and take part in a revolution of epic proportions is at our fingertips!”

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“I suspect that the online drug marketplace is a passing fad because it’s too traceable, too vulnerable to hacking,” said Mr. Weaver at the International Computer Science Institute. Once Bitcoins are converted to another currency, the government can subpoena the records of the exchange where the transaction took place and harvest all the information it needs. “Bitcoin isn’t really a ‘coin’ as much as a distributed, public balance ledger,” Mr. Weaver added, “with every balance and transaction recorded.”

Hence Bitcoin’s wry new nickname in legal circles: “Prosecution Futures.”

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/19/bu...rafficker.html
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Old 22-01-2014, 16:54   #609   link
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it looks like those poor girls signed up to be in a porn, not to be degraded and humiliated like that
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Old 27-01-2014, 21:05   #610   link
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Weer een Bitcoin tycoon achter slot en grendel:
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BitInstant CEO Charlie Shrem Arrested for Alleged Money Laundering

Charles Shrem, who ran a New York-based Bitcoin exchange, was arrested Monday and charged with engaging in a money laundering scheme with a user of Silk Road, the notorious deep web black market.

In the federal criminal complaint, the Southern District of New York charges Shrem, the 24-year-old CEO of BitInstant, with three counts, including one count operating an unlicensed money transmitting business, one count of money laundering conspiracy and one count willful failure to file suspicious activity report. Robert Faiella, a Silk Road user who operated under the name “BTCKing,” was charged with one count of operating an unlicensed money transmitting business and one count money laundering conspiracy.

The complaint alleges that Faiella took orders from Silk Road users hoping to purchase Bitcoin, the anonymous peer-to-peer crypto-currency. Shrem then filled the orders by transferring funds into an account controlled by Faiella and hosted on a third-party Japan-based Bitcoin exchange. Together the two allegedly sold over $1 million in Bitcoin to Silk Road users, who then used those Bitcoins to attempt to purchase anonymously drugs and other illegal goods from the deep web black market.

According to Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara:

“As alleged, Robert Faiella and Charlie Shrem schemed to sell over $1 million in Bitcoins to criminals bent on trafficking narcotics on the dark web drug site, Silk Road. Truly innovative business models don’t need to resort to old-fashioned law-breaking, and when Bitcoins, like any traditional currency, are laundered and used to fuel criminal activity, law enforcement has no choice but to act. We will aggressively pursue those who would coopt new forms of currency for illicit purposes.”

Shrem is a well-known advocate for Bitcoin, and is a part-owner of EVR, the only New York City bar which to accept Bitcoin. He was such an evangelist for the currency that he earned mythic status among proponents of the virtual currency in New York. “Charlie wears the [passwords] to his bitcoin account imprinted on a ring around his finger,” one Bitcoin insider told The New York Observer last April. “I heard his co-workers call him ‘four-finger Charlie’ because they joke people will want to cut his finger off to get the key. If the price keeps going up, he could have a million dollars in that ring!”

Shrem’s company BitInstant is backed by well-known Silicon Valley investors, including Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss. The exchange has been offline for many months. A class action suit was filed against Shrem’s company, BitInstant, in August, alleging misrepresentation of the speed of its services.

Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, co-founders of Winklevoss Capital, a firm that is an investor in BitInstant, provided TIME with the following statement:

When we invested in BitInstant in the fall of 2012, its management made a commitment to us that they would abide by all applicable laws – including money laundering laws – and we expected nothing less. Although BitInstant is not named in today’s indictment of Charlie Shrem, we are obviously deeply concerned about his arrest. We were passive investors in BitInstant and will do everything we can to help law enforcement officials. We fully support any and all governmental efforts to ensure that money laundering requirements are enforced, and look forward to clearer regulation being implemented on the purchase and sale of bitcoins.

http://business.time.com/2014/01/27/...#ixzz2rdQsn4A3
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Old 29-01-2014, 15:17   #611   link
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But one day in November, a few weeks after launching the ATM, Demeter noticed something peculiar as he perused the machine’s transaction data at his office, across town from the coffee shop. At one point, the machine had voided 15 transactions in a row, for no obvious reason. So he drove down to the cafe, and as he walked through the front door, he immediately saw the problem.

A man was sitting next to the machine, at one of the cafe’s wooden tables, and he was holding a sign that read: “Don’t Pay Transaction Fees.” This very human entrepreneur, you see, was undercutting the world’s first bitcoin ATM. As people walked in to use the machine — which was charging a 7 percent transaction fee — he offered to exchange their money, by hand, at a lower rate.
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Old 31-01-2014, 11:00   #612   link
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Wie zit er hier allemaal coins (bitcoin, litecoin, doge, whatever, ...) te minen eigenlijk?
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Old 31-01-2014, 12:15   #613   link
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Old 31-01-2014, 16:56   #614   link
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Spijtig dat CSM hier de debiel uithangt , maar het is zijn thread. Mine hier op het moment op 200 PC's en 4 servers Primecoin. 40EUR/dag extra geld. Moest hier wat meer serieus over gepraat kunnen worden was het hier nog gezellig. Ben geen believer in het blijven van Primecoin dus zet het meteen om in fiat.

Voor de rest, op dit moment 2K USD in NXT(coin) zitten. Nie veel investering, maar toch al 300% winst. Op het moment geen boosten meer. 5K USD in BTC vorige week ingekocht toen BTC op 750 USD stond. Kijken wat het doet. Zakken denk ik in ieder geval niet.
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Old 31-01-2014, 16:58   #615   link
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40 euro per dag voor 200 pc's ? (is dat gelijk niet super onefficiënt ? 200 pc's aan stroom enzo)

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Old 31-01-2014, 17:00   #616   link
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Zijn dat de PCs op de school waar je netwerk regelt?

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Old 31-01-2014, 17:10   #617   link
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En die school laat dat gewoon toe? waw...
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Old 31-01-2014, 17:21   #618   link
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Old 31-01-2014, 17:24   #619   link
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Spijtig dat CSM hier de debiel uithangt , maar het is zijn thread. Mine hier op het moment op 200 PC's en 4 servers Primecoin. 40EUR/dag extra geld. Moest hier wat meer serieus over gepraat kunnen worden was het hier nog gezellig. Ben geen believer in het blijven van Primecoin dus zet het meteen om in fiat.

Voor de rest, op dit moment 2K USD in NXT(coin) zitten. Nie veel investering, maar toch al 300% winst. Op het moment geen boosten meer. 5K USD in BTC vorige week ingekocht toen BTC op 750 USD stond. Kijken wat het doet. Zakken denk ik in ieder geval niet.
Ik dacht dat ge een hippie waart maar ik ben duidelijk mis
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Old 31-01-2014, 17:28   #620   link
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Los van het feit dat Hercule aan het trollen is denk ik dat er betere dingen zijn om te minen dan primecoin momenteel. Nuja, als ge ongemerkt en gratis 200 PC's voor u kunt laten minen dat verandert de zaak natuurlijk.
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