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According to Guy Corem ex Spondoolies CEO there was a meeting in NY that Barry Silbert arranged and an agreement was made, it will be published in the morning NY time. /r/Bitcoin

According to Guy Corem ex Spondoolies CEO there was a meeting in NY that Barry Silbert arranged and an agreement was made, it will be published in the morning NY time. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bigger Blocks discussion Jonathan Toomin / Guy Corem /forum.bitcoin.com

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Bitcoin Discussion • Bigger Blocks discussion Jonathan Toomin / Guy Corem

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Israeli panel on Segwit/uasf. They got Guy Corem to wear the UASF hat. /r/Bitcoin

Israeli panel on Segwit/uasf. They got Guy Corem to wear the UASF hat. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Obvious case of Blockstream & Bitcoin Core product placement? (article series on privacy & cryptocurrencies)

In a 4-part series, Eric Wall neatly demonstrates how to do product placement for Blockstream, Bitcoin Core and their affiliates including the usual troupe of BS/Core "experts".
Note: "article series by the Human Rights Foundation (HRF) on privacy and cryptocurrency, funded by the Zcash Foundation".
Don't get me wrong, there is plenty good information contained in the articles linked below. But the product placement of Bitcoin Core, Lightning, Liquid and "Green", could hardly be more obvious. For an article series "on privacy and cryptocurrencies", there is a heavy focus on BTC except in a single part (III) where the privacy coins Zcash, Monero, Grin and Beam are examined.
I recommend you read the articles. Below I've pointed out certain items that are mentioned and linked frequently within each article.
Privacy and Cryptocurrency, Part I: How Private is Bitcoin?
Privacy and Cryptocurrency, Part II: Bitcoin Wallets
  • website: bitcoin.org (get started)
  • wallet: Bitcoin Core
  • wallet: Wasabi
  • wallet: Armory
  • wallet: mSigna
  • wallet: Bitcoin Knots
  • wallet: Electrum
  • person: Peter Todd
  • person: Jameson Lopp
  • person: Udi Wertheimer
  • person: Hampus Sjöberg
  • hardware wallet: Trezor
  • hardware wallet: Ledger
  • payment server: BTCPay Server
  • payment code service: PayNym.is (made by Samourai)
  • 2nd layer: Lightning Network
  • sidechain: Liquid (by Blockstream)
  • wallet: Blockstream Green (linked via blockstream site)
  • wallet: Samourai (linked via it's own site)
  • wallet: BRD (linked via bitcoin.org!)
  • wallet: Schildbach (linked via bitcoin.org!)
  • mailing list: bitcoin-dev (run by Bitcoin Core people)
Privacy and Cryptocurrency, Part III: Should You Use a Privacy Coin?
  • Lightning
  • Liquid
  • coin: Monero
  • coin: Zcash
  • coin: Grin
  • coin: Beam
  • person: Daniel Lehnberg (Grin)
  • person: Andrew Poelstra (Blockstream, MimbleWimble)
  • person: Guy Corem.(Beam)
  • person: Ian Miers (Zcash)
  • person: Francisco Cabañas (Monero)
Privacy and Cryptocurrency, Part IV: Stablecoins— Blacklists and Traceability
  • coin: USDT on Liquid
  • wallet: Blockstream Green
  • Lightning Network (for future support of Liquid tokens like USDT)
  • person: Jameson Lopp
  • person: Matt Odell
As we can see, every article prominently highlights of Blockstream or Bitcoin Core affiliated products, persons or related companies. And every article studiously omits any mention of Bitcoin Cash or any of the privacy technologies built on it (CashShuffle) or in development on it (CashFusion), or the stable coin USDH operating on top of Bitcoin Cash.
There are certainly other cryptocurrencies and projects on them which offer privacy features, but are left unexamined in this series (e.g. projects offering privacy on ETH, mixing in Dash, etc)
In conclusion the intentions ascribed to the HRF in the first article.
The intention of the Human Rights Foundation is to examine these technologies and elucidate on their potential of bringing economic and political freedom to the individual. While there are many angles in the context of money that are within the scope of such an endeavor, we’ve chosen to focus on the topic of privacy foremost. In that pursuit it’s also clear that the degree to which cryptocurrencies enable privacy is not by any means trivial or binary — it varies greatly depending on the user’s particular choice of core and ancillary technologies and usage patterns, as well as the capabilities and sophistication of the attacker.
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Jonathan Toomim on Bitcoin Classic: everything can be voted on, including 21M coins limit

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These are the companies who still support the NY Agreement

These are the companies who still support the NY Agreement and believe they should rule Bitcoin protocol. The NYA was settled between some businesses, with no users (nodes) and not a single core developer. This one is the first step in the attack we where long time fearing. This is a serious threat to Bitcoin principles.
Source: http://segwit.party/nya/
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The Hong Kong Agreement that has totally been breached by the Bitcoin Core Contributors.

On February 21st, 2016, in Hong Kong’s Cyberport, representatives from the bitcoin industry and members of the development community have agreed on the following points:
Based on the above points, the timeline will likely follow the below dates.
The undersigned support this roadmap.
Together, we are:
Kevin Pan - Manager - AntPool
Anatoly Legkodymov - CEO - A-XBT
Larry Salibra - Bitcoin Association Hong Kong
Leonhard Weese - Bitcoin Association Hong Kong
Cory Fields - Bitcoin Core Contributor
Johnson Lau - Bitcoin Core Contributor
Luke Dashjr - Bitcoin Core Contributor
Matt Corallo - Bitcoin Core Contributor
Peter Todd - Bitcoin Core Contributor
Kang Xie - Bitcoin Roundtable
Phil Potter - Chief Strategy Officer - Bitfinex
Valery Vavilov - CEO - BitFury
Alex Petrov - CIO - BitFury
Jihan Wu - Co-CEO - Bitmain
Micree Zhan - Co-CEO - Bitmain
James Hilliard - Pool/Farm Admin - BitmainWarranty
Yoshi Goto - CEO - BitmainWarranty
Alex Shultz - CEO - BIT-X Exchange
Han Solo - CEO - Blockcloud
Adam Back - President - Blockstream
Bobby Lee - CEO - BTCC
Samson Mow - COO - BTCC
Robin Yao - CTO - BW
Obi Nwosu - Managing Director - Coinfloor
Mark Lamb - Founder - Coinfloor
Wang Chun - Admin - F2Pool
Marco Streng - CEO - Genesis Mining
Marco Krohn - CFO - Genesis Mining
Oleksandr Lutskevych - CEO - GHash.IO & CEX.IO
Wu Gang - CEO - HaoBTC
Leon Li - CEO - Huobi
Zhang Jian - Vice President - Huobi
Eric Larchevêque - CEO - Ledger
Jack Liao - CEO - LIGHTNINGASIC & BitExchange
Star Xu - CEO - OKCoin
Jack Liu - Head of International - OKCoin
Guy Corem - CEO - Spondoolies-Tech
Pindar Wong - Sponsor
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Breaking Down Bitcoin's "AsicBoost Scandal"

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What about the other NYA signatories?

The New York Agreement (NYA) was the official start of the SegWit2X project. It was signed by some 50 companies and individuals.
Some of those dropped off along the way. Six of them signed the "surrrender" message to the development list.
What about the other people and companies in the orginal list? Did they know/support the cancellation? What is their position now?
In particular, what about Barry Silbert and the Digital Currency Group, who seemed to be the locomotive of that train?
National Enquirer mind wants to know...
The NYA signatories as of 2017-05-25:
1Hash (China) Abra (United States) ANX (Hong Kong) Bitangel.com /Chandler Guo (China) BitClub Network (Hong Kong) Bitcoin.com (St. Kitts & Nevis) - Roger Ver's site, promised to support BCH on 2017-11-09. Bitex (Argentina) bitFlyer (Japan) Bitfury (United States) Bitmain (China) - Jihan Wu's company, signed "quit" message 2017-11-08. BitPay (United States) - CEO Stephen Pair asked S2X to give up on 2017-??-??. BitPesa (Kenya) BitOasis (United Arab Emirates) Bitso (Mexico) Bitwala (Germany) Bixin.com (China) Blockchain (UK) Bloq (United States) - Jeff Garzik's company, signed "quit" message 2017-11-08. btc.com (China) BTCC (China) BTC.TOP (China) BTER.com (China) Circle (United States) Civic (United States) Coinbase (United States) Coins.ph (Phillipines) CryptoFacilities (UK) Decentral (Canada) Digital Currency Group (United States) F2Pool (China) - withdrew from NYA on 2017-??-??. Filament (United States) Gavin Andresen (United States) Genesis Global Trading (United States) Genesis Mining (Hong Kong) GoCoin (Isle of Man) Grayscale Investments (United States) Guy Corem (Israel) Jaxx (Canada) - withdrew from NYA on 2017-??-??. Korbit (South Korea) Luno (Singapore) MONI (Finland) Netki (United States) OB1 (United States) Purse (United States) Ripio (Argentina) Safello (Sweden) SFOX (United States) ShapeShift (Switzerland) - Eric Vorhees company, signed "quit" message 2017-11-08. surBTC (Chile) - Added BCH trading on 2017-11-13 or so. Unocoin (India) Vaultoro (Germany) Veem (United States) ViaBTC (China) Wayniloans (Argentina) Xapo (United States) - Wences Casares's company, signed "quit" message 2017-11-08. Yours (United States) - Ryan X. Charles, Switched to Bitcoin Cash on 2017-??-?? 
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An interesting PM I received last night

Please tell me what you guys think about this:
from ASICBOOSTMYASS sent 15 hours ago
Adam Back is an ASICBOOST hypocrite.
He was Chief Cryptography Consultant for Spondoolies Tech in Isreal Link He was a consultant, shareholder and their expert on SHA256 and HashCash. (I have a friend who was an investor in Spondoolies).
He helped them patent and design the same ASICBOOST technology they are now accusing BITMAIN of using. Spondoolies Patent - Adam's name isn't on the Patent but he was the person who actually designed this for them and he let them file the patent for it.
Spondoolies raised money and bragged about how their chips were more energy efficient using the same technique that BlockstreamCore is now attacking Bitmain about using and you can bet he was behind AntBleed.
"I have a non-standard implementation of SHA-256 [the cryptographic software algorithm used by the Bitcoin protocol], as well as a very good physical implementation of the engine on the ASIC," said Corem. 
from Coindesk article
So we need to disable ASICBOOST now that Spondoolies is bankrupt and only Bitmain is using they technique, but Adam Back was fine with Spondoolies using the technique when they were selling miners.
This shows how corrupt AXA/BlockstreamCore are. Dr. Adam Back and his buddy gmaxwell knew that ASICBOOST was being using by a company that Adam was a consultant and shareholder too but they don't mention that when they attack Jihan & Bitmain.
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PSA: (non) existing Hong Kong agreement expires officially TODAY!

CURRENT DATE IN HONG KONG: SATURDAY, 18 FEBRUARY 2017. THE HK AGREEMENT HAS EXPIRED.
Miners, Your Turn!

"The undersigned support this roadmap. Together, we are:

Kevin Pan Manager - AntPool

Anatoly Legkodymov CEO - A-XBT

Larry Salibra - Bitcoin Association Hong Kong

Leonhard Weese - Bitcoin Association Hong Kong

Cory Fields - Bitcoin Core Contributor

Johnson Lau - Bitcoin Core Contributor

Luke Dashjr - Bitcoin Core Contributor

Matt Corallo - Bitcoin Core Contributor

Peter Todd - Bitcoin Core Contributor

Kang Xie - Bitcoin Roundtable

Phil Potter - Chief Strategy Officer Bitfinex

Valery Vavilov - CEO BitFury

Alex Petrov - CIO BitFury

Jihan Wu - Co-CEO Bitmain

Micree Zhan - Co-CEO Bitmain

James Hilliard - Pool/Farm Admin BitmainWarranty

Yoshi Goto - CEO BitmainWarranty

Alex Shultz - CEO BIT-X Exchange

Han Solo - CEO Blockcloud

Adam Back - President Blockstream -> Individual -> President Blockstream

Bobby Lee - CEO BTCC

Samsung Mow - COO BTCC -> Professional Twitter Troll -> Former COO BTCC 😕

Robin Yao - CTO BW

Obi Nwosu - Managing Director Coinfloor

Mark Lamb - Founder Coinfloor

Wang Chun - Admin F2Pool

Marco Streng - CEO Genesis Mining

Marco Krohn - CFO Genesis Mining

Oleksandr Lutskevych - CEO GHash.IO & CEX.IO

Wu Gang - CEO HaoBTC

Leon Li - CEO Huobi

Zhang Jian - Vice President Huobi

Eric Larchevêque - CEO Ledger

Jack Liao - CEO LIGHTNINGASIC & BitExchange

Star Xu - CEO OKCoin

Jack Liu - Head of International OKCoin

Guy Corem - CEO Spondoolies-Tech

Pindar Wong - Sponsor"

source
background story
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Again: The complete list of NYA/Segwit2x signers in case YOU want to back out as well. Avoid these AND ALSO their services!

If you don't want to support Segwit2x, avoid all of these companies AND their services at least until the end of December!
Those who already backed out may be usable and are marked below. (---)
Definitely avoid those written in bold if you want to shout out NOB2X! emphatically.
1Hash (China) Abra (United States) ANX (Hong Kong) Bitangel.com /Chandler Guo (China) BitClub Network (Hong Kong) Bitcoin.com (St. Kitts & Nevis) Bitex (Argentina) bitFlyer (Japan) Bitfury (United States) Bitmain (China) BitPay (United States) BitPesa (Kenya) BitOasis (United Arab Emirates) Bitso (Mexico) ---Bitwala (Germany) BACKED OUT! Bixin.com (China) Blockchain (UK) Bloq (United States) btc.com (China) BTCC (China) BTC.TOP (China) BTER.com (China) Circle (United States) Civic (United States) Coinbase (United States) Coins.ph (Phillipines) CryptoFacilities (UK) Decentral (Canada) Digital Currency Group (United States) ---F2Pool (China) BACKED OUT! Filament (United States) Gavin Andresen (United States) Genesis Global Trading (United States) Genesis Mining (Hong Kong) GoCoin (Isle of Man) Grayscale Investments (United States) Guy Corem (Israel) Jaxx (Canada) Korbit (South Korea) Luno (Singapore) MONI (Finland) Netki (United States) OB1 (United States) Purse (United States) Ripio (Argentina) Safello (Sweden) SFOX (United States) ShapeShift (Switzerland) surBTC (Chile) Unocoin (India) ---Vaultoro (Germany) BACKED OUT! Veem (United States) ViaBTC (China) ---Wayniloans (Argentina) BACKED OUT! Xapo (United States) Yours (United States)
Corrections are welcome!
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Stacks of burned Miners after Bitcoin Mining Company in Thailand Destroyed by Fire

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] These are the companies who still support the NY Agreement

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The original post's content was as follows:
These are the companies who still support the NY Agreement and believe they should rule Bitcoin protocol. The NYA was settled between some businesses, with no users (nodes) and not a single core developer. This one is the first step in the attack we where long time fearing. This is a serious threat to Bitcoin principles.
  • Abra (United States)
  • ANX (Hong Kong)
  • Bitangel.com / Chandler Guo (China)
  • Bitex (Argentina)
  • bitFlyer (Japan)
  • Bitfury (United States)
  • BitPay (United States)
  • BitPesa (Kenya)
  • Bitso (Mexico)
  • Bixin.com (China)
  • Blockchain (UK)
  • Bloq (United States)
  • BTCC (China)
  • BTER.com (China)
  • Circle (United States)
  • Civic (United States)
  • Coinbase (United States)
  • Coins.ph (Phillipines)
  • Decentral (Canada)
  • Digital Currency Group (United States)
  • Filament (United States)
  • Genesis Global Trading (United States)
  • Genesis Mining (Hong Kong)
  • GoCoin (Isle of Man)
  • Grayscale Investments (United States)
  • Guy Corem (Israel)
  • Jaxx (Canada)
  • Korbit (South Korea)
  • Luno (Singapore)
  • MONI (Finland)
  • Netki (United States)
  • OB1 (United States)
  • Purse (United States)
  • Ripio (Argentina)
  • Safello (Sweden)
  • SFOX (United States)
  • ShapeShift (Switzerland)
  • Unocoin (India)
  • Veem (United States)
  • Xapo (United States)
Source: http://segwit.party/nya/
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Again: The complete list of NYA/Segwit2x signers in case YOU want to back out as well. Avoid thes...

The following post by castorfromtheva is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been silently removed.
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The original post's content was as follows:
If you don't want to support Segwit2x, avoid all of these companies AND their services at least until the end of December!
Those who already backed out may be usable and are marked below. (---)
Definitely avoid those written in bold if you want to shout out NOB2X! emphatically.
1Hash (China) Abra (United States) ANX (Hong Kong) Bitangel.com /Chandler Guo (China) BitClub Network (Hong Kong) Bitcoin.com (St. Kitts & Nevis) Bitex (Argentina) bitFlyer (Japan) Bitfury (United States) Bitmain (China) BitPay (United States) BitPesa (Kenya) BitOasis (United Arab Emirates) Bitso (Mexico) ---Bitwala (Germany) BACKED OUT! Bixin.com (China) Blockchain (UK) Bloq (United States) btc.com (China) ---BTCC (China) BACKED OUT! BTC.TOP (China) BTER.com (China) Circle (United States) Civic (United States) Coinbase (United States) Coins.ph (Phillipines) CryptoFacilities (UK) Decentral (Canada) Digital Currency Group (United States) ---F2Pool (China) BACKED OUT! Filament (United States) Gavin Andresen (United States) Genesis Global Trading (United States) Genesis Mining (Hong Kong) GoCoin (Isle of Man) Grayscale Investments (United States) Guy Corem (Israel) Jaxx (Canada) Korbit (South Korea) Luno (Singapore) MONI (Finland) Netki (United States) OB1 (United States) Purse (United States) Ripio (Argentina) Safello (Sweden) SFOX (United States) ShapeShift (Switzerland) surBTC (Chile) Unocoin (India) ---Vaultoro (Germany) BACKED OUT! Veem (United States) ViaBTC (China) ---Wayniloans (Argentina) BACKED OUT! Xapo (United States) Yours (United States)
Corrections are welcome!
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07-21 18:38 - '[quote] then why did the most influential leaders all agree to do a hardfork with a year lead up time? / [quote] [link] / Why did all these people disagree with you? / What changed u/theymos ? why is is more dangerous no...' by /u/AnonymousRev removed from /r/Bitcoin within 253-258min

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this sort of hardfork probably couldn't happen in today's Bitcoin
then why did the most influential leaders all agree to do a hardfork with a year lead up time?
The code for the hard-fork will therefore be available by July 2016.
[link]1
Why did all these people disagree with you?
What changed theymos ? why is is more dangerous now then ever?
Is it because of the bitch fit people had when miners mined classic blocks anyway? is the real danger you loosing control? and not really economic dangers of non full nodes.
It is really hypocritically to ban so many people and users for talking about this. Yet you are making posts and steering conversation on your viewpoint.
When really there is a long long long list of people who actually matter and disagree with you.
Kevin Pan Manager AntPool
Anatoly Legkodymov CEO A-XBT
Larry Salibra Bitcoin Association Hong Kong
Leonhard Weese Bitcoin Association Hong Kong
Cory Fields Bitcoin Core Contributor
Johnson Lau Bitcoin Core Contributor
Luke Dashjr Bitcoin Core Contributor
Matt Corallo Bitcoin Core Contributor
Peter Todd Bitcoin Core Contributor
Kang Xie Bitcoin Roundtable
Phil Potter Chief Strategy Officer Bitfinex
Valery Vavilov CEO BitFury
Alex Petrov CIO BitFury
Jihan Wu Co-CEO Bitmain
Micree Zhan Co-CEO Bitmain
James Hilliard Pool/Farm Admin BitmainWarranty
Yoshi Goto CEO BitmainWarranty
Alex Shultz CEO BIT-X Exchange
Han Solo CEO Blockcloud
Adam Back President Blockstream
Bobby Lee CEO BTCC
Samson Mow COO BTCC
Robin Yao CTO BW
Obi Nwosu Managing Director Coinfloor
Mark Lamb Founder Coinfloor
Wang Chun Admin F2Pool
Marco Streng CEO Genesis Mining
Marco Krohn CFO Genesis Mining
Oleksandr Lutskevych CEO GHash.IO & CEX.IO
Wu Gang CEO HaoBTC
Leon Li CEO Huobi
Zhang Jian Vice President Huobi
Eric Larchevêque CEO Ledger
Jack Liao CEO LIGHTNINGASIC & BitExchange
Star Xu CEO OKCoin
Jack Liu Head of International OKCoin
Guy Corem CEO Spondoolies-Tech
Pindar Wong Sponsor
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Author: AnonymousRev
1: https://medium.com/@bitcoinroundtable/bitcoin-roundtable-consensus-266d475a61ff#.pw4crj5ke
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