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Hi guys. Just an update to let you know we haven't been sitting around on our asses doing noting. Mycelium Entropy - Still no update from the manufacturer since we submitted all the work requests three weeks ago and they started working. Hopefully this means everything is going well on their side, and we'll have the finished assembled units within the next few weeks. At that point, it's just flash, package, and ship. In the mean time, we have finalized SSS split key support in the Entropy device and support for it in our Mycelium wallet, and added some minor things, like being able to generate a new wallet by pressing the button instead of removing and reinserting the device. It doesn't generate a new seed from our entropy source, but there is enough entropy in it to be useful for a few paper wallets. Mycelium Bitcoincard - We received a whole bunch of finished circuit boards in the office a few weeks ago. Still finalizing the software and design before we get these things out to get laminated, and buttons labeled (we don't want to print button labels before we are sure which ones we should use for what). They look pretty cool so far. Goal is still to finish these some time around 2015 Q1/Q2. For those who may have missed it, these cards have changed drastically since that video we came out with 2 years ago, and although they still use a single bitcoin address (at least in the first versions), there's nothing identifiable in the radio, so, contrary to video claims, no, merchants (or others) won't be able to track you by your radio ID. Mycelium Wallet - Tons of work has been going on with this one. We hope to get version 2.1 out by early December, and many of those have just been released in beta. These features include:
Preview of Shamir's Secret Sharing import/cold storage (the 2-of-3 key split that Entropy will use)
Optimized transaction output selector that omits dust and makes fees smaller on average
Fix issue that prevented LocalTrader from letting you pick an address due to "too many requests"
New NFC functions
Show Grand Total of your active account balance in accounts view
Customizable fees (you can now use the Bitcoin Core default fee that's 1/10th as small at the old one)
and various other minor bug fixes. If you can't wait to get all the goodies and want to get access to them now, please join our beta program here https://plus.google.com/communities/102264813364583686576 Otherwise we will hopefully get these out to you within a week or two. Besides that, we have also set up and got Tor working on our nodes as a hidden service, in preparation for moving our wallets to that. The progress to total privacy is slow, but definitely moving. One thing that is moving way slower that we had hoped is LocalTrader adoption. For those who don't know, it's basically LocalBitcoins built right into our wallet. The difference is that while LocalBitcoins holds your coins in escrow while you trade, and retains the entire log of your trades and communications, our system trades bitcoins directly wallet to wallet, and keeps all communications encrypted peer to peer, so we don't have access to anything the traders do. We only charge 0.2% per trade to use our service, and if you want to trade through some other channel after you meet, that's fine too. The problem is that the number of listed traders offering to buy or sell is still very low. So, if you wish to trade, or even if you use LocalBitcoins and don't want to lose your profile, we ask that you at least still add yourself as a trader to advertise your location. We're fine if once you get a trade, you point the buyer to your LocalBitcoins account and use that to finish your transaction. Thanks for your support, and as always feedback, suggestions, and feature requests are always welcome.
PSA New Yorkers: Mycelium Local Traders is still alive.
I'm not affiliated with Mycelium in any shape of way, but I just dug up this overlooked gem of a comment from Rassah. Mycelium holds no escrow and servers (as well as the team) are outside US, so NY can't go after them; the website even offers a way to sideload the app in case anything happens to the Play Store version. Local Traders does not do escrow, so be sure be meet in high-traffic areas in person! A shoutout to the Mycelium team: I know this might be jeopardizing your future revenue stream, but if you can make the local trader function decentralized (not dependent on Mycelium servers)... I can't imagine any other outcome than being crowned Saviors of Bitcoin. Just sayin'.
I have sent this modmail to the admins regarding /r/bitcoin. Now we wait..
The mods on /bitcoin are very corrupt. They are being paid by a private company called Blockstream. The censorship is freaking abysmal. Summary: Theymos, the main mod of Bitcoin and owner of bitcointalk.org accepted over 6,000 BTC (Currently worth 2.5 MILLION DOLLARS) in donations over the years, as a supposed fund for improving bitcointalk. The forum was never improved, in fact it was hacked, and he even ran ads for obvious scams like BFL, because apparently 6k BTC isn't enough. Now, like 4 or 5 years later, he started laundering the coins (because people started to wake up and he needs to make the coins disappear) by paying some "software company" this ridiculous amount to build a custom forum (Really? Why not just use one of the several robust open source options out there?). Turns out all the developers from this "company" are college kids (all from Hawaii, probably his friends since he's in college too) with no real experience in web development, and yet each of them will be paid more than Gavin. On top of that, Theymos bought the Bitcoin wiki straight from Mark Karpeles, because he wants to control all of our channels of communication. Tons of noobs have had their coins stolen with links posted in that wiki. At some point he also assigned StarMaged as a mod (his personal hound, who had never used reddit before that), who has threatened many times with banning me for "saying lies" (lol, but trolls can shit freely all over the place, and they love him). Then he ended up banning me under some lame unrelated excuse, and removed lots of the things I posted . These are just a few off the top my head Lead moderator talking about censorship 72,000 character ~70 kb CSS rule to change the way voting appears Mods censor the number 398364 (first bitcoin classic block mined) Mod team removes post regarding a block mined with Bitcoin Classic software two identical posts with wildly different votes Also look at this post on bitcoin front page now https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/48s9ip/bitcoin_is_on_the_front_page_of_rtechnology/ The default sort order is controversial and all the downvoted below threshold comments are expanded. (Look at the + besides the expanded comment).. THIS IS CLEARLY VOTE MANIPULATION. OTHER STUFF theymos and his gang is doing as collected by themoneyguy :
You can pay to be unbanned, no wonder he loves censorship. This would also explain why he has let Bitcoin become a shithole (a paradise for trolls, who are actively protected by his lapdog StarMaged and company): he prefers that people use bitcointalk so that he can ban by IP (which you can't do on reddit), and have people pay him to get unbanned.
Some people are now claiming that most of the bitcoins came from ads, not direct donations. Well look at these random screenshots and see what the money from those ads was supposed to be used for: Screenshot of round 11 - Screenshot of Round 60. Ultimately, it doesn't matter where the money came from. We were told the money was going to be used in improving the forum. Five years, one big hack, and multiple scams later, donators are still waiting. It's like selling cookies and telling people it's for a charity, and then keeping the money for yourself. It's fraud anywhere in the world.
Theymos's lapdogs say "The money is his to do as he pleases!". If the money is his (even after calling it "donations" for improving the forum), then why is he and his friends charging a monthly fee for holding the coins? - Screenshot. By the way, there you can see there are several other persons involved, so he has several persons that will defend him there and here no matter what, because they have financial interest in doing so. One such example is Rassah, who was dumb enough to use the same name here on reddit, and you can see him defending theymos without disclosing he's holding 750 BTC of those funds.
We have tried to create alternate subreddits eg. (/btc and /bitcoin_uncensored but this is clearly against the rules. Almost the whole community wants removal of Theymos and his mod team. Please look into it. Thank you very much. We'll see what happens. EDITED a correction where I accidentally wrote 25 million dollars instead of 2.5. Sent the correction to the admins also.
Question: Would it be possible to add a flag, which miners get my transaction?
Because of this BU bs the recent time here, I thought about if it's easy to integrate a flag into bitcoin transactions, so only selected miners can process my transaction? Maybe with some public / private key, which I can set - so only mining pools which have the private key can use my transaction for mining? What do you think? Edit: it would be great if you could choose your preferred miners in your mycelium wallet? Do you think it's hard to implement? paging rassah
Someone robbed my Mycelium Wallet HD account. Total loss, ~2 BTC. Details within.
Help me find out what may have happened, please. On the 13th, I bought some Bitcoins while traveling in another country of Europe (not having access to my main computer). On the 27th at around midnight local time, someone appeared to have swept away not just my money, but the money of tons of other accounts (follow the corresponding transaction link). Furthermore, the specific funds of my account were spread to many different accounts, which smells to me like a tumbler / Blockchain Shared Send-esque service were used. Only today did I find out that I am now ~USD450 poorer, through no fault of my own. Shit. Address history <- history of the specific address of the HD wallet I was using. The few facts I have to go on make me suspect one of two possibilities:
Someone compromised my phone, reading the wallet files directly (this bypasses the PIN). This does not explain why there are several other addresses involved in the same transaction (totaling ~10 BTC transfer as you can see).
Someone out there has discovered a weakness in the cryptography of Mycelium pertaining the generation of HD wallets. Thus, I, along with many others who were using Mycelium, were robbed simultaneously. This seems more consistent with the transaction outputs from the public key of my HD wallet that was robbed.
Anyone who can help me figure out what happened here? Paging Rassah to see if there is something he knows that I don't know.
Dmitry (Rassah) Murashchik. Dmitry has been involved in bitcoin in various capacities, including mining, investing, helping with related project development, venture funding, and volunteering as a Bitcoin consultant for “Bitcoin 101″ tables at various conferences. Rassah is a big believer in bitcoin’s ability to help the poor, both through donations and remittances, which incur often-unreasonable fees of up to 11% when sent through an established money transfer business. This hits senders of small amounts the hardest. If the gift equals $500 or more, a charity must sign a donor’s Form 8283 to receive it and go through the deduction procedure. For Bitcoin donations worth over $5,000 that are not publicly-traded securities, organizations should provide information about fair market value. List of Charity Organizations Accepting Bitcoin Bitcoin and the Future of Cryptofinance, one of the three cryptocurrency Meetup groups in active Austin community welcomed a special speaker this week. Dmitry (Rassah) Murashchik is Community Manager at Mycelium, Director, Treasurer, Accountant at Bitcoin100, and CEO, CFO at TozoniMAGLEV.Dmitry is well respected in the Bitcoin community and sometimes known as “the guy who has a Prius with An haife Bitcoin Cash daga ragar Bitcoin! Bugu da ƙari, alewa na bitcoin ya zubo daga can! A wannan lokacin, Ina so in yi bayani game da rarrabuwar kuɗin kwastomomi tare da taken tsabar tsabar kuɗi ta bitcoin
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