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It is constantly brought up that the community should not trust exchanges or bitcoin banks with long term storage. Hardware wallets share some of the same faults, especially with their security as centralized organisations utilizing legacy systems like bank accounts and mail. From an article 2 years ago questioning the security of the Trezor >...hologram seal is an authenticity measure, not a security measure..." It is also known that the NSA, or other organizations could force back doors into hardware wallets. In terms of the long term storage of a financial asset, should the chance of a delivered Hardware Wallet, or a company being forced to implement a backdoor be a concern brought more to the communities attention? I observe that hardware wallets are frequently given as better suggestions to bitbanks and web wallets. Should these factors be brought up as a caveat with hardware wallets just as the security concerns with other centralized organisations? Could or is there a decentralized solution to the hardware wallet? (edit: I apologize if bad formatting)

posted by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Bitcoin on October 20, 2016 09:43:28

Good point on censorship. I should have completed that statement with "say these things - without rebuttal." Maybe he is just useful. Nchain minions had no probelm pushing Joannas' Tokeda proposal. I find the timing of all of that just before Nov. 18' very interesting.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on August 3, 2020 12:42:41

I understand now, thanks.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on August 3, 2020 12:04:08

Great to hear that support is building. We need to keep going!

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on August 3, 2020 11:51:06

Death by 1,000 cuts. With that strategy you will have lost without even realizing it.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on August 3, 2020 11:43:10

Well I couldn't fit minutes of him praising Amaury vs dozens and dozens of CTOs he apparently audits. That is exactly what he means weather you like it or not.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on August 2, 2020 19:55:06

"That you can't afford" is not much much different from "that you can almost never afford." Followed by minutes of him praising Amaury. Yeah that is exactly what he means.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on August 2, 2020 19:52:33

So many down votes. I guess some people don't want this to be known.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on August 2, 2020 12:40:03

Sorry, I should have added it. Here you go:

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on August 2, 2020 02:08:50

Some really good discussions. Things get spicy around 3 hr.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on August 1, 2020 13:34:35

Yes, and we should not repeat the same mistakes. So we should actively be on the lookout.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on July 25, 2020 14:10:33

It makes sense if the goal is to force a split.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on July 25, 2020 13:16:24

All just my opinion but: we don't need to remove ABC, as they are valuable. We just need ABC to not be the main client being used. I believe this is because Amaury practices Game Theory. In this game Amaury wishes to implement the IFP. So every move is an attempt to have this happen. But if Amaury is the one to initiate a split it may not be as favorable of an outcome for him.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on July 25, 2020 12:52:28

For the most favorable outcome for Amaury, he can't be the one to split. So if he doesn't have majority hashrate behind ABC it won't happen.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on July 25, 2020 12:40:21

The guy on the farright tried to destroy BCH. The guy with his arm around his neck is starting to take actions that seem to inflict obvious negative impact upon BCH. The guy next to him has argued with Andrew Stone on behalf of nchain to promote a split and now he is back promoting a split. Maybe it's all coincidence and no one has any planned efforts to stop P2P cash. I hope that is the case.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on July 25, 2020 12:32:54

I appreciate all of your efforts. Your actions speak for themselves. Especially with your support of BCHN. On the other hand the one on Amaurys right worked with nChain and is constantly pushing the split narrative recently. Maybe it's completely unrelated.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on July 25, 2020 12:28:24

I'm pretty sure they have been trying to co opt P2P electronic cash since 2016 at a hotel in london, if not before.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on July 25, 2020 12:24:29

It's a shame that Mark has to waste his valuable time on this.I believe the most relevant part is that Mark mentions this is a "philosophical debate." Another subtle hint that there is no technical argument . "Personally, I don't have strong feelings either way about the philosophy of doing blockchain reparations to maintain an exact long term schedule, so I think the high-level idea of this algorithm is fine. However, I can imagine that blockchain reparations are not widely desired, and I would personally not have pushed to include them unless there was clear demand."

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on July 24, 2020 13:36:26

I would add Johnmuck and Ultrafresh Lisk Ascend are no longer involved in the community so I would not recommend slamper and nimbus.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on July 17, 2020 11:45:04

People are more against how it was implemented, not the idea itself. I personally find the idea of exploring self funding mechanism very interesting. The issue that I personally have is that the IFP was added in with no debate. I believe it was also added after the feature freeze where no new code was to be included for the update. It also created a centralized control of the funds with just one address.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on June 20, 2020 12:17:32

3 months ago, when it mattered, Chris Pacia openly supported the the IFP and attacked BU accusing them of having incentive to block funding to other teams. Why? because he is on the whitelist. I don't fault him for making that play, big risk big reward.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on May 7, 2020 10:49:52

It starts off pretty high level. Amaury mentions "a meta encryption protocol" using QUIC but replacing TLS with noise. "We want to use noise, then plug in secp256k1 as an elliptic curve, and maybe sha256..." This seems to be the description of the new Avalanche consensus. Maybe someone could enlighten us. Edit: At 15:00 Chris T tries to explain / understand it and he seems confused as well XD

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on April 15, 2020 12:10:08

Then the only thing that remains is letting us know why ABC has not removed the IFP. Alternatively, why it is being kept in?

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on April 14, 2020 14:08:23

Campaign for them to receive funding.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on April 13, 2020 13:44:12

Thanks for clarifying. I was going off of the first paragraph description from your wiki link which describes the common method as making proprietary software. Though I don't like that idea, I do hope that you succeed in finding an effective funding mechanism.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on April 2, 2020 13:06:42

I appreciate ABC and I understand their concern of lacking funding. But I don't think I like the path they seem to be going down.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on April 2, 2020 11:47:50

If you can show me where you have publicly stated that you would not accept any money from the IFP before the Bitcoin Cash Node was announced then I will take everything I have said back.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on March 24, 2020 18:56:50

If AVA is successful with it then we can just adopt it later.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on March 24, 2020 14:56:35

Yes, but the IFP had a % earmarked for the homies. So it's not like you needed to work for ABC to have been hoping for a cut.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on March 24, 2020 14:40:08

Honestly, yes. Ever since that one where Joannes Vermorel argued tirelessly against tokenization with Andrew Stone they have pretty much been a for show. Edit: To add, I have learned some things from their conversations. But then you have times where Emil (of all people) gets yelled at and called a liar.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on March 24, 2020 14:30:53

Pretty sure Andrea is allowed to be there for more symbolic purposes.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on March 24, 2020 14:19:19

I consider almost everyone who sits in on the Bitcoin Cash Dev meetings to be an ABC homie.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on March 24, 2020 14:08:32

So, one of the ABC homies realizes he won't be getting millions to freely experiment on BCH. Instead, he goes to a chain that is the front runner of research in the new tech he wanted to experiment with. Seems reasonable. Maybe free market forces are at work, and people don't really like the idea of investing much into experimental changes to the consensus.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on March 24, 2020 11:53:25

Moving up in the world...

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/CryptoCurrency on March 3, 2020 10:34:20

This was one of the guys who worked with CSW and helped SV split. The article is sensationalism and just stirring of the pot.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Bitcoincash on February 21, 2020 10:35:57

Great presentation, in case anyone was wondering. (Stone calls the bear market at 3 min.) [](

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on January 10, 2020 11:43:12

I assume many will be in effect next year. Starting with 3.0 and finality.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on December 18, 2019 12:59:45

I thought that they passed something to convert 125 BTC into BCH.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on December 6, 2019 13:19:50

We will be airdropping Chronicler Tokens to address that is participating in voting over the next 8 months.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on December 4, 2019 18:48:22

What about other proposals like double spend proofs. Have you looked into how they compare?

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on November 24, 2019 12:07:41

Interesting. So the items have a cap on what can be crafted on chain. Recipes also have what may be a World Cap on publishing recipes. So players can't do anything on the blockchain. This seems like a major bug, can't publish a single thing to the blockchain with this game right now XD Seems like a bug that makes the game unplayable as far as actually utilizing the blockchain.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on October 15, 2019 14:11:55

It won't allow for items to be crafted on chain. It says there is some sort of cap in the game world that was hit and needs to be raised. Sad

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on October 14, 2019 15:20:18

I will also give him TOPS and he likely had other improvements. However, partisan issues aside, there are fundamental things issues that are not being addressed. This is why louisiana is overall dead last. I think we need someone who doesn't defend themselves by calling such reports inaccurate. Also, I wouldn't be too quick to assume my political affiliations :)

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Louisiana on October 13, 2019 13:15:56

Ranked 50th as worst state for 3 years. He did bring us up a couple ranks for healthcare but we lost more rannsnin other sectors.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Louisiana on October 13, 2019 01:46:26

Didn't really like him either.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Louisiana on October 13, 2019 01:31:48

Louisiana is in a sad state. It's one of the worst states to live in. Everyone is leaving, they are not moving here. Look up the facts. I'll take anyone different then JBE.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Louisiana on October 13, 2019 00:25:50

The calculations were to determine how much each voter would get in the Airdrop for Moracle. It is being concluded because Moracle is going to be moving into full production with a release of the white paper and PoC in the coming months.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on September 25, 2019 13:40:44

I'm sure some people really need that 1 lisk they receive a month from the Stellar Delegate, but I think that the price is so low that we need to fund development in the ecosystem not hope that delegates are rent seekers.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on September 24, 2019 11:38:33

No, 40% has been earmarked to two companies. Sidechain Solutions which is funding the Moracle Token and just last week discovered a major security issue that was merged into core. LiskUSA has hosted dozens of meetups and represented Lisk at many conferences including speaking positions at the National Libertarian Convention. I would say these two organisations have done more in the last year for Lisk then most of the other delegates.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on September 24, 2019 11:36:06

Finding a major security issue and having it merged into core. Developing training tools, opening public APIs, snapshots, funding of various delegate tools such as Lemiis Dynamic Forging Controller, and the release of Moracle, which will be one of the first Sidechains to be launched on Lisk. That's just to start. I would look here or check the GitHub for more information.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on September 24, 2019 11:25:03

Real companies require real money. Not a few thousand dollars from selling a stack, but consistent income. I believe Stellar has a small fulltime team and just last week gave away over 1,000 lisk where a major bug was found. I'm sure you are concerned that other delegates might do the same, but other delegates don't contribute to the ecosystem and will let it die while they rent seek it to death.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on September 24, 2019 11:22:15

One of the many projects that the Stellar Delegate helped to fund is the Moracle Sidechain project. If you voted for Stellar during this time, you will receive a proportional amount of Moracle tokens when it is released.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on September 24, 2019 11:13:41

I believe the main launch was in China.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on September 12, 2019 19:08:44

Link to the article: [](

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on September 12, 2019 15:02:18

Very exciting. Liquidity is the major factor to adoption and increased value.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on July 30, 2019 11:24:05

BCH is for people who like to spend their cryptocurrency and not hoard it like gold =)

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on July 30, 2019 11:22:28

I'm sorry for your loss by selling at one of the lowest points for lisk value. So I understand you are upset. However, they have enough funding for several years. You are correct though, if you want to make a quick buck don't look into lisk. If you want to develop and deploy in JS I would recommend this out. It's good to be ahead of the game before the full version is released.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/CryptoCurrency on July 26, 2019 16:51:10

It is a shame. However, it is on the roadmap to change the voting model and I believe it will give more favor to Delegates like Liberspirita.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/CryptoCurrency on July 25, 2019 15:41:09

Correct. This is just the Alpha, so it has limitations. Full customization will come in time.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/CryptoCurrency on July 25, 2019 12:29:05

I'm trying to understand this part. "SLP utilizes a model that could be described as Proof-of-Work/Proof-of-Trust." Does this Proof-of-Trust come from nodes just deciding to follow "a minimalistic set of rules overlayed onto the support of the PoW backbone."

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on July 17, 2019 11:54:38

Avalanche is not on the table for the next upgrade. Feature Freeze is next month, I don't think they will release anything about it yet.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on July 17, 2019 11:19:22

Discussion on allowing a longer chain of unconfirmed transactions took up a large portion of the conversation. I don't think anything was determined on that front. Something about removing child pays for parent?

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on July 13, 2019 14:27:48

Good stuff. Keep up the good work!

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on April 5, 2019 16:51:47

Still one of the largest and most profitable companies in the space.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on March 21, 2019 10:56:50

When the next bull market is confirmed. 2 years likely.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on January 21, 2019 19:43:11

I noticed recently that you signed up to join the BU board. Not sure if you got voted in or not yet, but good luck. I think you will add a lot of value to the community.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on December 13, 2018 11:51:58

When a miner mines a block they are rewarded BTC/BCH. The reward for mining a block is cut in half every 4 years. Right now they get 12.5 BTC/BCH. After the halving miners get 6.25 per block. (1 block around every 10 minutes)

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on November 16, 2018 10:31:55

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on November 15, 2018 15:29:07

Something like this would be fantastic. Great idea.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on October 4, 2018 13:17:36

Except Vechain has such low github activity. Maybe if they spent more time coding and less time shilling, they would be close to lisk in the top of the activity charts.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on September 26, 2018 10:39:21

Except you don't say anything useful, so no need to listen. Only spreading fud and whining because you bought at the ATH of a bull market.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on September 26, 2018 10:36:13

Anyone else find it ironic that people from a Meditation sub are so annoyed by a particular type of post that doesn't effect them at all? Maybe you need to meditate more lol

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Meditation on September 5, 2018 11:31:43

The libertarian party.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on August 7, 2018 20:10:52

For reference:

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on May 21, 2018 10:43:35

Almost the entire market is down from ATH. You can't lose money unless you sell so, good luck!

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on May 17, 2018 12:37:36

The State of Lisk: Looking Good!

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on May 16, 2018 22:18:43

And here he is talking about it at the Statoshi Vision Conference:

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on May 12, 2018 12:55:05

I suspect this is the work of Ken Shishido:

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on May 12, 2018 12:54:16

What do you think needs to be fixed in DPOS?

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on April 4, 2018 10:34:32

The grand conspiracy. The entire ecosystem controlled by one guy. Or maybe, the market was due for a correction because too many newbies bought in at all time highs.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on December 22, 2017 13:23:59

I think they them to release new firmware. Someone in is apparently working on it. You could go over there and ask them to find out.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on December 4, 2017 09:55:40

No one. I don't think they have plans to vote either.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on November 30, 2017 19:54:38

Thanks for your informative reply! I modding can be hard work especially if they have a close marketing campaign they are following. I have been in the space for a little while but I am just getting active in the online community. So, I'm trying to get a feel for things right now. Thanks again.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on November 30, 2017 11:50:49

They did some good work paving the way. However, I think it's a good move for HQ to move away from the delegate positions and voting to remain as unbiased as possible.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on November 30, 2017 11:44:47

Sorry. I noticed people asking why there posts about delegates were moved. I found them all her: Just seems like anything on the topic is moved to a mostly dead subreddit.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on November 30, 2017 11:37:29

I personally think that new users are smart enough to understand consensus methods and would be interested in learning about the one for lisk before getting involved. From what you are saying it is an issue with spamming the topic?

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Lisk on November 30, 2017 11:14:15

He replies to dead in the comments on yours

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on October 5, 2017 15:41:37

Lowest it has been in a while

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on September 21, 2017 20:11:07

Try Bitcoin Cash, it's operating at 26 tps. Edit: Compared to Bitcoin at 2.7 tps.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/BitcoinMarkets on August 16, 2017 09:44:52

They inform us well before hand to minimize volatility. Things would have only been shaken up if they did something unexpected (like not raise rates.)

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/BitcoinMarkets on March 15, 2017 18:36:25

Being able to use it without anyone's permission is what I think should be considered above all. In the case of third party solutions, you must have their permission, (their solution) to buy your coffee.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/BitcoinMarkets on March 13, 2017 12:02:26

Bitcoin transactions are costing too much because of a "block size limit" and not everyone can get their transaction through quickly. One group of devs think that the solution is to force everyone onto third party solutions. The other group wants to allow the 'block size limit" to be somewhat dynamic so that it can be raised as needed. The latter of the two is starting to have more mining support because people want to be able to use bitcoin without permission of some third party.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/BitcoinMarkets on March 13, 2017 11:07:51

Anyone who is looking to get into bitcoin will look at the fundamentals. Current transaction costs vs. what was promised to bitcoin users from years ago does not match up. Many are likely staying on the sidelines until the fundamentals are solved and there is no fear of crashes due to forks.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/BitcoinMarkets on March 13, 2017 11:02:40

Hashing power = Security. All price and liquidity would move from the smaller chain to the larger (more secure chain.) Take ETH and ETC as an example. The difference here, is many more companies are connected to BTC. Unlike with ETH, I'm sure many of these companies would attempt to kill the smaller chain because the smaller chain would directly take from the primary chains market share.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/BitcoinMarkets on February 6, 2017 15:40:23


Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/Bitcoin on January 8, 2017 13:04:07

The total address space is 2^160 To put that in perspective, there are only 2^63 grains of sand on all of the beaches of the Earth ( We can record every coffee transaction to ever exist for the rest of humanity on the blockchain.

Commented by /u/1KeepMoving in /r/btc on August 8, 2016 09:11:58