@deadalnix: The timestamp is a part of the block, which means that whoever found the block decides what to put in it. The timestamp must be no sooner than the median of the past 11 blocks. Also, if a node receives a block with a timestamp more than 2 hours in the future it will reject it and not propagate it. – Meni Rosenfeld Mar 16 '14 at 16:10 Tierion  have been making use of the Bitcoin blockc hain to timestamp and verify data. Nevertheless, the OP_RETURN method has several limitations that are intrinsic to the v ery speciﬁcities At the outset, let me clarify that Bitcoin itself is not a scam, but how Bitcoin is being sold is a scam. More about that below. To start out, it is important to understand what Bitcoin really is. This enables gitian builds from any operating system supporting Oracle VirtualBox and HashiCorp's vagrant and packer VM-creation utilities. Simply checkout a copy of the bitcoin source tree with this PR applied from an internet-connected machine, and do cd contrib/vagrant && make. Dependencies and build products are properly cached to provide faster subsequent builds. NEM Venture, the investment venture capital of the NEM ecosystem, announced that it has invested in SharpShark, a platform that provides a timestamp solution
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