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A tour of the Gridcoin wallet

Hey guys, I thought I would put together an in-depth tour of the Gridcoin wallet software for all of our recent newcomers. Here I'll be outlining all the features and functions the windows GUI wallet has to offer, along with some basic RPC command usage. I'll be using the windows wallet as an example, but both linux and macOS should be rather similar. I'll be including as many pictures as I can as embedded hyperlinks.
Edit: Note that since I originally made this there has been a UI update, so your client will be different colors but all the button locations are in the same place.
This is my first post like this, so please forgive me if this appears a little scatter-brained.
This will not cover the mining setup process for pool or solo miners.
When you launch the wallet software for the first time you should be greeted with this screen.

OVERVIEW TAB

After that prompt, you should be left sitting on the main overview tab with several fields on it.
From top to bottom:

SEND TAB

Now onto the other tabs on the left side. Currently we're on the Overview tab, lets move down to the Send tab. This tab it pretty self-explanatory, you use it if you want to send coins, but I'll go over the fields here:
  • Pay To: Enter a valid gridcoin address to send coins too. Gridcoin addresses always start with an S or and R.
  • Label: Enter a label here and it will put that address in your "address book" under that label for later use. You can leave it blank if you don't want it in your address book.
  • Message: Enter a message here if you want it attached to your transaction.
  • Amount: How many coins you want to send.
  • Add Attachment: Leave this alone, it is broken.
  • Track Coins: This doesn't do anything.

RECEIVE TAB

Now down to the Receive tab. Here you should have a single address listed. If you double click on the label field, you can edit it's label.
  • New: Generate a new address.
If you click on an address, the rest of the options should be clickable.
  • Copy: Copy the selected address to your clipboard.
  • Show QR Code: Show a scan-able QR code for the selected address.
  • Sign Message: Cryptographically sign a message using the selected address.

TRANSACTIONS TAB

The Transactions tab is pretty boring considering we have no transactions yet. But as you can see there are some sorting tools at the top for when you do have transactions listed.

ADDRESS BOOK TAB

The Address Book is where all the addresses you've labeled (that aren't yours) will show up.
  • Verify Message: Verifies a message was signed by the selected address.
The rest of the functions are similar to the functions on the Receive tab.

VOTING TAB

Onto the Voting tab. There wont be any polls because we aren't in sync yet.
  • Reload Polls: Pretty self-explanatory, I've never had to use this.
  • Load History: By default, the wallet will only display active polls. If you want to view past polls you can use this.
  • Create Poll: You can create a network-wide poll. You must have 100,000 coins as a requirement to make a poll. (Creating a poll does not consume the coins)
Here's what the Voting tab will look like once you're in sync

CONTEXT BAR

Now onto the context bar menus on the top.
Under File you have:
  • Backup Wallet/Config: This lets you backup your wallet configuration file just in case.
  • Export: You can export your Transactions tab or Address Book in CSV format.
  • Sign message: Does the same thing as on the Receive tab.
  • Verify message: Does the same thing as on the Address Book tab.
  • Exit: Close the wallet.
Under Settings you have:
  • Encrypt Wallet: Encrypts your wallet with a password. (we'll come back to this)
  • Change Passphrase: Allows you to change your encryption password.
  • Options: Opens the options menu. (We'll come back to this)
Under Community you have:
Under Advanced you have:
  • Advanced Configuration: Opens the Advanced Configuration menu. (Not so advanced if you ask me)
  • Neural Network: Allows you to view solo miners project statistics. It will be largely blank if you're not in sync yet.
  • FAQ: Don't touch this, It is broken.
  • Foundation: Don't touch this, It is broken.
  • Rebuild Block Chain: Starts the client syncing from 0. Don't worry, using this will not make you lose coins.
  • Download Blocks: Downloads the latest official snapshot, can help speed up syncing. The download progress tends to sit at 99.99% for a long time, don't worry, it's working.
Under Help you have:
  • Debug window: Opens the debug window. (We'll come back to this)
  • Diagnostics: Don't touch this, it is broken. This has since been fixed. You can use this to see if there is anything wrong with your setup.
  • About Gridcoin: Opens the About Dialog. This gives you your client version and other information.

OPTIONS

Now back to the options menu under Settings > Options.
Here we have the options menu main tab:
  • Pay transaction fee: The transaction fee that will be automatically paid when you make a transaction.
  • Reserve: You can reserve an amount so that it will always be available for spending.
  • Start Gridcoin on system login: Pretty self-explanatory
  • Detach databases at shutdown: Speeds up shutdown, but causes your blockchain file to no longer be portable.
On the Network tab:
  • Map port using UPnP: Attempts to connect to nodes through UPnP.
  • Connect through SOCKS proxy: Allows you to connect through a proxy.
The window tab is pretty self-explanatory.
The Display tab is also pretty self-explanatory, with the exception of:
  • Display coin control features (experts only!): This allows you to have a great deal of control over the coins in your wallet, check this for now and I'll explain how to use it further down. Don't forget to click "Apply".

ENCRYPTING YOUR WALLET

Now that all of that is out of the way. The first thing you'll want to do is encrypt your wallet. This prevents anybody with access to your computer from sending coins. This is something I would recommend everyone do.
Go to Settings > Encrypt Wallet and create a password. YOU CANNOT RECOVER YOUR COINS IF YOU FORGET YOUR PASSWORD.
Your wallet will close and you will have to start it up again. This time when it opens up, you should have a new button in the bottom left. Now if you want to stake you will have to unlock your wallet. Notice the "For staking only" box that is checked by default. If you want to send a beacon for solo mining or vote, you will need to uncheck this box.

GETTING IN SYNC AND ICONS

Before we continue, Let's wait until we're in sync. Depending on your internet speeds, this could take from several hours to over a day or 2. This can be sped up by using Advanced > Download Blocks, but this can still take several hours.
This is what an in-sync client should look like. Notice the green check to the right of the Receive tab. All of these icons give you information when you hover your mouse over them.
The lock
The arrow tells you if you're staking. If you aren't staking, it will tell you why you're not staking. If you are staking it will give you an estimated staking time. Staking is a very random process and this is only an estimate, not a countdown.
The connection bars tell you how many connections to the network you have.
The check tells you if you're in sync.

WHAT IS STAKING?

Now I've said "stake" about a million times so far and haven't explained it. Gridcoin is a Proof of Stake (PoS) coin.
Unlike bitcoins Proof of Work (PoW), PoS uses little system resources, so you can use those resources for scientific work. PoS works by users "Staking" with their balance. The higher the balance, the higher the chance to create, or "stake" a block. This means you need to have a positive balance in order to stake. Theoretically, you can stake with any amount over 0.0125 coins, but in practice it's recommended to have at least 2000 coins to reliably stake.
Staking is important for solo miners, because they get paid when they stake. Pool miners don't need to stake in order to get paid however. So if you want to solo mine, you'll need to buy some coins from an exchange or start in the pool first and move to solo when you have enough coins.
In addition to Research Rewards for miners, anyone who holds coins (solo miners, pool miners, and investors) gets 1.5% interest annually on top of your coins. So it can be beneficial for pool miners to stake as well.
Here is a snippet of what a research rewards transaction looks like from my personal wallet. I have a label on that address of "Payout address" as you can see here.

UTXOS AND COIN CONTROL

At this point you'll need some coins. You can use one of our faucets like this one or this one to test coin control out.
First let me explain what a UTXO is. UTXO stands for Unspent Transaction Output. Say you have an address with 0 coins in it, and someone sends you 10 coins like I've done here. Those 10 coins are added to that address in the form of a UTXO, so we have an address with one 10 coin UTXO in it.
Now we receive another 5 coins at the same address, like so. Now we have an address with one 10 coin UTXO and one 5 coin UTXO. But how do we view how our addresses are split up into different UTXOs?
Earlier we checked the "Display coin control features" box in Settings > Options > Display. Once that's checked you'll notice there's another section in the Send tab labeled "Coin Control Features". If you click the "Inputs" button, you'll get a new window. And look, there's our 2 UTXOs.
All UTXOs try to stake separately from each other, and remember that the chance a UTXO has to stake is proportional to it's size. So in this situation, my 10 coin UTXO has twice the chance to stake as my 5 coin UTXO. Now wallets, especially ones that make a lot of transactions, can get very fragmented over time. I've fragmented my wallet a little so I can show you what I'm talking about.
How do we clean this up? We can consolidate all this into one UTXO by checking all the boxes on the left and selecting OK.
Now pay attention to the fields on the top:
  • Quantity: The total amount of UTXOs we have selected.
  • Amount: The total amount of coins we have selected.
  • Fee: How much it would cost in fees to send all those UTXOs (more UTXOs = more transaction data = more fees)
  • After Fee: Amount - Fees.
  • Bytes: How large the transaction is in bytes.
  • Priority: How your client would prioritize making a transaction with this specific set of UTXOs selected had you not used coin control.
  • Low Output: If your transaction is less than 0.01 coins (I think).
  • Change: What you will get back in change.
  • custom change address: You can set the address you get your change back at, by default it will generate a new address.
So let's fill out our transaction so we end up with 1 UTXO at the end.
In "Pay To:" Just put any address in your wallet, and for the amount put what it has listed in the "After Fee" Field. Just like this.
Notice how we get no change back.
Now click "Send", we'll be prompted to enter our passphrase and we're asked if we want to pay the fee, go ahead and click "Yes".
Now if we go back to the Overview tab we get this funky icon. If you hover your mouse over it, it says "Payment to yourself", and the -0.0002 GRC is the network transaction fee.
(Ignore the first one, that was me fragmenting my wallet)
Now if we look at the Coin Control menu, we can see that we've slimmed our wallet down from 7 UTXOs to 1.
Now why would you want to use coin control?
2 Situations:
  1. UTXOs less than 0.0125 coins cannot stake. So you can combine a lot of tiny, useless UTXOs into 1 bigger one that can stake.
  2. After a UTXO stakes, it cannot stake for another 16 hours. So if you have 1 large UTXO that is big enough to stake more than once every 16 hours, you can split it into smaller UTXOs which can allow you to stake slightly more often.
  3. By default, the wallet will always generate a new address for change, which can make your wallet get very messy if you're sending lots of transactions. Keep in mind that more UTXOs = larger transactions = more fees.
Sidenote - When you stake, you will earn all research rewards owed reguardless of which UTXO staked. However, you'll earn the 1.5% interest for that UTXO. Not your whole wallet.

FORKING

A fork is when the network splits into multiple chains, with part of the network on each chain. A fork can happen when 2 blocks are staked by different clients at the same time or very close to the same time, or when your client rejects a block that should have been accepted due to a bug in the code or through some other unique circumstance.
How do I know if I'm on a fork?
Generally you can spot a fork by looking at the difficulty on your Overview tab. With current network conditions, if your difficulty is below 0.1, then you're probably on a fork.
You can confirm this by comparing your blockhash with someone elses, like a block explorer.
Go to [Help > Debug Window > Console]. This is the RPC console, we can use to do a lot of things. You can type help to get a list of commands, and you can type help [command you need help with] (without the brackets) to get information on a command. We'll be using the getblockhash [block number] command.
Type getblockhash [block number] in the console, but replace [block number] with the number listed next to the "Blocks:" field on the Overview tab.
This will spit out a crazy string of characters, this is the "blockhash" of that block.
Now head over to your favorite block explorer, I'll be using gridcoinstats. Find the block that you have the hash for, use the search bar or just find it in the list of blocks.
Now compare your hash with the one gridcoinstats gives you. Does it match?
If it matches, then you're probably good to go. If it matches but you still think you're on a fork, then you can try other block explorers, such as gridcoin.network or neuralminer.io.
If it doesn't match, then you need to try to get off that fork.
How do I get off a fork?
  1. Just wait for an hour or two. 95% of the time your client is able to recover itself from a fork given a little time.
  2. Restart the client, wait a few minutes to see if it fixes itself. If it doesn't restart again and wait. Repeat about 4 or 5 times.
  3. Find where the fork started. Using the getblockhash command, go back some blocks and compare hashes with that on a block explorer so you can narrow down what the last block you and the block explorer had in common. Then use reorganize [the last block hash you had in common]. Note that reorganize takes a blockhash, not a block number.
  4. Use Advanced > Download Blocks.
  5. If none of this works, you can take a look at social media (reddit/steemit) and see what other people are saying.

CONFIGURATION FILE

Your configuration file depends on your operation system:
  • On Windows: %appdata%\GridcoinResearch\
  • On Linux: ~/.GridcoinResearch/
  • On MacOS: /Users/USERNAME/Library/Application/Support/GridcoinResearch/
And it should look like this.
If you open up your gridcoinresearch.conf, you'll see the default one it generated. Note that if you entered your email earlier, the first line will have your email on it instead of "investor". If you decided you want to solo mine but didn't enter your email when you first started the wallet, go ahead and put your email on the first line in place of "investor". If you're a pool miner, just leave it as "investor".
Next, it's recommended that you use the addnodes on the gridcoin wiki. So our gridcoinresearch.conf will look like this.
A useful line for solo miners is PrimaryCPID=[YOUR CPID]. Sometimes your wallet can pick up on the wrong CPID so it's good to have that in there if you're solo mining.

RUNNING A LISTENING NODE

A listening node is a node that listens for blocks and transactions broadcasted from nodes and forwards them on to other nodes. For example, during the syncing process when you're getting your node running for the first time, you're downloading all the blocks from listening nodes. So running a listening node helps support the network.
Running a gridcoin listening node is simple. All you need to do is add listen=1 to your gridcoinresearch.conf and you need to forward port 32749 on your router.
If you don't know how to port forward, I'd suggest googling "How to port forward [your router manufacturer]".

QUICK LINKS

Gridcoin.us Official Website
Gridcoin.science Unofficial Website
Gridcoinstats.eu Block Explorer
NeuralMiner.io Block Explorer
Gridcoinstats.eu Faucet
Gridcoin.ch Faucet
Gridcoin Wiki
Gridcoin Github
GRCPool
Arikado Pool
And that's all I have for now!
I plan to keep this post up-to-date with changes in the client. So if anyone has any suggestions, have clarifications they want made, or maybe I got something wrong, then please feel free to leave a comment below or PM me!
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LEARN HOW TO TRADE ATOMIC WALLET TOKEN (AWC) ON IDEX EXCHNAGE:

LEARN HOW TO TRADE ATOMIC WALLET TOKEN (AWC) ON IDEX EXCHNAGE:

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Atomic Wallet platform is the simplest way to connect buyers and sellers within a decentralized framework.
Of course, many might not be aware of what PundiX is. First of all, I will like to enlighten us on what PundiX is exactly. PundiX is a decentralized platform enabling users to buy goods with cryptocurrency in the real world. They have payment terminals at retail outlets, so people can buy something with cryptocurrency and both buyers and sellers are winning on the commission for the deal. All you need to do is to find a seller who has a Pundi XPOS terminal that supports NPXS, BTC, ETH (and ERC-20 tokens), XEM, QTUM (and QRC-20 tokens), ATC, XLM and more other cryptocurrencies. Great!
Discussed below are some good features PundiX:
XPOS is a smart device which is connected to the PundiX Blockchain. It enables the users who don't have a bank account use the NPXS tokens in their wallets in order to buy goods. The main features of PundiX payment terminal are following:
  • Accept cryptocurrencies as payment
  • Small and portable
  • Cheap and fast
  • Open source
  • Fast growth and scalability
The Pundi X's philosophy is not only to build a technologically superior chain, but also one that has real-life application.

START STAKING PUNDI X ON ATOMIC WALLET:

PundiX is a dividend token. That means you can keep your NPXS and get reward in a decentralized and universal Atomic Wallet that supports all the top Blockchains and other 300+ cryptocurrency assets.
You get 7.316% of your NPXS holdings each month from the Airdrop automatically deposited in the Atomic Wallet. If you have 100’000, you will get 7,316 of NPXS from Airdrop (there is this arrangement on ground; 7.316% for 2018; 2.11637% for 2019 and 0.88187 for 2020).

BUT WHAT ARE DIVIDEND TOKENS?

Some of the blockchains have dividend features, for instance; NPXS or NEXO, do have a Dividend Paying Cryptocurrencies. These companies share their profits by distributing dividends among their token owners. Tokens with dividend feature may also have voting rights similar as stocks. Proof of Stake (PoS) can be considered as a form of a dividend concept. Token holders keep their tokens in a supported wallet and receive the rewards for it during the time.
Furthermore, Atomic Wallet has integrated Simplex as a bank card operator. What this means is that, you can buy XRP, Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum just in a few clicks within the wallet application of Atomic.
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HOW TO GET ATOMIC WALLET COIN (AWC)

The AWC token created for the Atomic Wallet project is a strictly limited token that can also be used as a tradable asset. Below is a couple of ways to get AWC:
i. To claim AWC tokens, the first option is to install the Atomic Wallet App. Then claim free 25 AWC by leaving an email in the Airdrop tab. You will get your own promo-code to share. Once your friends install the app through your own promo code, they will receive 25 AWC for signing up and you will receive an additional 25 AWC for each referral.
ii. The second option is that you can take part in the Bounty campaign of Atomic Wallet and get AWC as a reward for likes and retweets or making your own content about Atomic Wallet on social media. Create an article or video and get much more tokens for quality content!
iii. And thirdly, you can buy AWC on the exchange, IDEX, for example. Create your own wallet, top up your balance with Ethereum and buy AWC with this trading pair.
The team at Atomic Wallet aims to create a full ecosystem with a lot of specific features, functioning on a decentralized basis.
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Become part of the Atomic community and enjoy the decentralized power!

For more information about the Atomic Wallet project, kindly get connected with these links:
WEBSITE: https://atomicwallet.io/
DOWNLOAD THE ATOMIC WALLET APP: https://AtomicWallet.io/downloads
TWITTER: https://twitter.com/atomicwallet
MEDIUM: https://medium.com/atomic-wallet
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/atomicwallet
REDDIT: https://www.reddit.com/useatomicwallet/
GITHUB: https://github.com/Atomicwallet


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ATOMIC WALLET GIVES YOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO STAKE Pundi X

ATOMIC WALLET GIVES YOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO STAKE Pundi X

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Atomic Wallet platform is the simplest way to connect buyers and sellers within a decentralized framework.
Of course, many might not be aware of what PundiX is. First of all, I will like to enlighten us on what PundiX is exactly. PundiX is a decentralized platform enabling users to buy goods with cryptocurrency in the real world. They have payment terminals at retail outlets, so people can buy something with cryptocurrency and both buyers and sellers are winning on the commission for the deal. All you need to do is to find a seller who has a Pundi XPOS terminal that supports NPXS, BTC, ETH (and ERC-20 tokens), XEM, QTUM (and QRC-20 tokens), ATC, XLM and more other cryptocurrencies. Great!
Discussed below are some good features PundiX:
XPOS is a smart device which is connected to the PundiX Blockchain. It enables the users who don't have a bank account use the NPXS tokens in their wallets in order to buy goods. The main features of PundiX payment terminal are following:
· Accept cryptocurrencies as payment
· Small and portable
· Cheap and fast
· Open source
· Fast growth and scalability
The Pundi X's philosophy is not only to build a technologically superior chain, but also one that has real-life application.

HOW TO START STAKING PUNDI X ON ATOMIC:

PundiX is a dividend token. That means you can keep your NPXS and get reward in a decentralized and universal Atomic Wallet that supports all the top Blockchains and other 300+ cryptocurrency assets.
You get 7.316% of your NPXS holdings each month from the Airdrop automatically deposited in the Atomic Wallet. If you have 100’000, you will get 7,316 of NPXS from Airdrop (there is this arrangement on ground; 7.316% for 2018; 2.11637% for 2019 and 0.88187 for 2020).
BUT WHAT ARE DIVIDEND TOKENS?
Some of the blockchains have dividend features, for instance; NPXS or NEXO, do have a Dividend Paying Cryptocurrencies. These companies share their profits by distributing dividends among their token owners. Tokens with dividend feature may also have voting rights similar as stocks. Proof of Stake (PoS) can be considered as a form of a dividend concept. Token holders keep their tokens in a supported wallet and receive the rewards for it during the time.
Furthermore, Atomic Wallet has integrated Simplex as a bank card operator. What this means is that, you can buy XRP, Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum just in a few clicks within the wallet application of Atomic.
https://preview.redd.it/jnmt6dtuf2n21.png?width=1088&format=png&auto=webp&s=665c5683b9ec2721f56e255ba4501d378dcda2bd

WAYS TO GET ATOMIC WALLET COIN (AWC)

The AWC token created for the Atomic Wallet project is a strictly limited token that can also be used as a tradable asset. Below is a couple of ways to get AWC:
i. To claim AWC tokens, the first option is to install the Atomic Wallet App. Then claim free 25 AWC by leaving an email in the Airdrop tab. You will get your own promo-code to share. Once your friends install the app through your own promo code, they will receive 25 AWC for signing up and you will receive an additional 25 AWC for each referral.
ii. The second option is that you can take part in the Bounty campaign of Atomic Wallet and get AWC as a reward for likes and retweets or making your own content about Atomic Wallet on social media. Create an article or video and get much more tokens for quality content!
iii. And thirdly, you can buy AWC on the exchange, IDEX, for example. Create your own wallet, top up your balance with Ethereum and buy AWC with this trading pair.
The team at Atomic Wallet aims to create a full ecosystem with a lot of specific features, functioning on a decentralized basis.
Become part of the Atomic community and enjoy the decentralized power!

For more information about the Atomic Wallet project, kindly get connected with these links:
WEBSITE: https://atomicwallet.io/
DOWNLOAD THE ATOMIC WALLET APP: https://AtomicWallet.io/downloads
TWITTER: https://twitter.com/atomicwallet
MEDIUM: https://medium.com/atomic-wallet
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/atomicwallet
REDDIT: https://www.reddit.com/useatomicwallet/
GITHUB: https://github.com/Atomicwallet


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BEWARE all ICOs and ICO issuers!!!!! Part 2

For Part 1, please visit: Why ICO participants should AVOID ICOs unless they ABSOLUTELY TRUST the issuer. BEWARE all ICOs and ICO issuers!!!!! Part 2
Luvdub Coin recently made a public announcement for our airdrop and in less than 1 week, received submissions ranging in the thousands despite our intense KYC-AML procedure.
At this time, I felt compelled to write an article due to the alarming frequency of fraudulent activity and stolen data our verification team has witnessed in these past few days.
This article is broken into two parts and you are reading the second part, "What ICO issuers need to be aware of."
  1. Why ICO participants should AVOID ICOs unless they ABSOLUTELY TRUST the issuer.
  2. What ICO issuers need to be aware of.
This is by all means not a comprehensive list and I do not suggest that you rely solely on this article to make any decision that may have an impact on your privacy, security, or life. I, nor anyone at Luvdub Coin or Luvdub Nation Inc. can be held responsible for what you do with the information provided. You are the only person who can make sure your data and privacy is safe.
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What ICO issuers need to be aware of. So you hear all about the ICO craze where massive amounts of capital is being poured into a burgeoning industry. With ICOs like Telegram raising 1.7 billion dollars on its private sale alone or the Venezuelan government raising $735 million dollars for their oil backed cryptocurrency, you think, why can't I do this?
https://preview.redd.it/i5gidhsvvk411.jpg?width=3000&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=c02b315e7380c06674a3dc28e9c7139ea64c0b8b
While the allure of starting an ICO may sound endearing, keep in mind there are grave consequences if poorly executed. I'm not just referring to fines or imprisonment from government agencies either but the potential for your ICO to adversely impact the lives of hundreds or thousands of innocent individuals across the world. If you fail in your execution, your ICO participants will suffer too.
Assuming that your intentions are pure and that you really are trying to create a solution for an unmet problem, I'd like you to consider several aspects of an ICO that are crucial to your project.
  1. Jurisdiction
  2. Security
  3. Values
--- Jurisdiction
Where you and your ICO participants reside matter
While every country, state, or city may have their own perspective on the regulation of ICO offerings, it's paramount to the survival of your ICO to understand these laws. Not adhering to their requirements can have dire consequences such as receiving a fraud suit filed by the SEC.
Since we are a company incorporated in New York, I will briefly discuss some aspects to be aware of during an ICO from our stand point. Some of these include the exclusion of unsophisticated investors, verifying and defining accredited investors, FinCEN compliance, and a slew of other matters.
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In December 2017, SEC (Securities Exchange Commission) chairman Jay Clayton stated that all ICOs he came across should be classified as securities. This meant that ICOs that didn't comply with existing securities regulation faced scrutiny by the SEC. ICOs now are required to register with the SEC for their ICO and to undergo an extra layer of complexity in a murky world. Some alternatives to registration include:
Regulation D Rule 504: This rule allowed for companies to offer and sell up to $5,000,000 worth of securities within any 12-month period. The purchasers of the securities are to receive "restricted" securities where they cannot be sold for at least six months or a year without registering them. There are no limit on the number of investors. Regulation D Rule 506(b): This rule prevents general solicitation or advertisement to market the securities. Companies are allowed to sell to an unlimited number of accredited investors and up to 35 other purchasers. Even with the 35 other purchaser stipulation, all non-accredited investors would have to be considered "sophisticated" where they have sufficient knowledge and experience in order to effectively evaluate the merits and risks of the investment. The company would also provide information to investors that are free from false or misleading statements.
Regulation D Rule 506(c): This rule allows for general solicitation as long as: 1) The investors in the offering are all accredited investors; and 2) The company takes reasonable steps to verify that the investors are accredited investors, which could include reviewing documentation, such as W-2s, tax returns, bank and brokerage statements, credit reports and the like.
Regulation S: This rule allows for foreign investors to partake in securities purchase as long as the sale is made in an offshore transaction to a buyer outside the US. Also keep in mind that the tokens are to be considered "restricted" securities and not permissible to be resold under certain circumstances for a specific time frame.
Accredited Investors: Accredited investors can be individuals with an earned income that exceed $200,000 (or 300,000 together with a spouse) in each of the past two years, where they reasonably expect the same for the current year. They can also be individuals or together with a spouse having a net worth over $1 million excluding the value of their primary residence. Other accredited investors can be entities where all equity owners are accredited investors or trusts with assets exceeding $5 million.
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We're still watching you
Even if you do register your ICO appropriately, there are still other safeguards that must be put in place. Any deviation from certain requirements can result in significant ramifications for your ICO which would adversely affect your community involved. Some things to consider are:
FinCEN: The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has established certain requirements in regards to the exchange of securities/money/value. Some of these requirements include the registration for BSA (Bank Secrecy Act) E-filing to transmit data for questionable transactions. They also require that certain protocols are created and implemented by the ICO organizers to ensure that a standard is set by the organization.
OFAC Sanctions List: Following the terror attacks of 9/11, the USA PATRIOT Act was created to thwart specific money laundering and terrorist financing activities. This prevented certain individuals from conducting transactions with personnel on the OFAC Sanctions List.
KYC-AML: If you aren't supposed to deal with terrorist organizations or individuals who finance such activities, how would you know? By complying with KYC-AML(Know your customeAnti-money laundering) procedures. Some of these include:
1) obtaining customer identifying information from each customer prior to account opening; 2) verifying the identity of each customer, to the extent reasonable and practicable, within a reasonable time before or after account opening; 3) making and maintaining a record of information obtained relating to identity verification; 4) determining within a reasonable time after account opening or earlier whether a customer appears on any list of known or suspected terrorist organizations designated by Treasury and 5) providing each customer with adequate notice, prior to opening an account, that information is being requested to verify the customer's identity.
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Security
![img](sxflhigbwk411 " Privacy matters")
With the advent of the internet, the dissemination of information has increased exponentially. This revolution does come at a price where large scale hacks that jeopardize sensitive data appear to be a common occurrence. For our submission process, we noticed a plethora of stolen data being photoshopped to pass our KYC-AML procedures. Here are some things to help protect the data of your users and to comply with specific regulations:
Encryption: This alone should be a standard for all things. It's the difference from making your data public to the world or confining it. The minimum expectation is to have TLS (Transport Layer Security) for all transmissions over the internet. You may take this a step further and register your company for a positive EV-SSL certificate. You may also force https encryption through your site and apply forced https through your browser via an extension. Consider encrypting your hard drives and all other devices that store sensitive data as well.
IP Restriction: If there is sensitive data on any of your servers, please restrict entry to only the IP addresses that require access.
Backups: Servers blow up. Data gets lost. Code ruins everything. $!*& happens. Make sure you back up your data so that if anything goes wrong, you are able to revert back to a normal state for operation. Also, when dealing with sensitive information, you can also consider utilizing a device that is not physically connected to a network (air gap). Some people choose to turn off the WI-fi or disconnect the Ethernet cable but whatever you decide, think security first.
Formatting OS: Unless you're running Tails OS (Operating System), you may want to consider formatting the OS every few months. This can help reassure that anything malicious that made its way onto your computer can be effectively wiped.
Password Managers: If you aren't utilizing a password manager for your devices, start doing so now. You should not have the same password for multiple sites/apps. It's also a good idea to change your passwords every now and then.
2-factor Authentication: For sensitive information, you should look into 2 factor authentication. This requires a second step in order to access your site/files/app. Sometimes it is done through email, through text message, or using an app like Google Authenticator or Authy.
VPN: VPNs (Virtual private networks) are services that allow for you to access the internet with a different IP address. This helps to ensure that if someone obtains your IP, they would think that you are at another location thus ensuring your privacy and security. VPNs are generally inexpensive for the value and security they provide.
Scripts: If you are using Firefox, Chrome, etc., consider downloading an extension that blocks/restrict client-side javascript on the web browser. While it may make web pages more interactive, certain sites can add malicious code such as Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attacks. Keep in mind that deactivating javascript can cause certain sites to malfunction.
Ad blockers: Whatever ad blocker you choose, use it. There have been reports of sites pushing phony updates and other phishing attempts through redirects. In general, if you see an ad, don't click on it.
Email: Aside from never clicking on links, you should consider using plain text email as opposed to html. It is a lot easier to hide unsafe links through html. This is why whenever Luvdub Coin sends you an email from an official email address, you will ONLY receive it in plain text.
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Values
We lay out the foundation for success in the future
No matter what occurs in life, your decisions are based on your values. It is the experiences you encounter that determine your responses to your circumstances. If your team has strong leadership that is based on universal truths, you are able to accomplish anything and weather the storms. Without clear values and a mission, success becomes elusive and differences of opinion become divisive to the team.
Mission Statement: What is the purpose of your company/ICO? Are you looking just to reap tons of cash or do you want to make something better? Without a clear direction, your team will not have the focus to accomplish anything at its highest potential. Make a difference. Accountability: Do you see the world through the lens of a victim or someone who's powerful? Do you make excuses or own your faults? Do you have the make it happen factor? If you are ever in a situation that requires action, ask yourself, "which one of these mental states am I in?"
1) Unaware/unconscious of the problem. 2) Blaming others. 3) Making excuses. 4) Wait and hope the problem washes over. 5) Acknowledge that there is a problem. 6) Own the problem. 7) Find solutions. 8) Getting into action. Be powerful, not a victim.
Integrity: One of the most difficult aspects of leadership is integrity. Mean what you say and say what you mean. Do the right thing. When your back is up against the wall, it's your integrity that stands out and determines if you stand by your word. When the chips are down, it is our discipline that holds ourselves to the highest standard and to never deviate from righteousness. If someone is offering a kickback, don't accept. If there's a conflict of interest, kindly decline. We at Luvdub Coin do not accept offers for marketing services/ promotions that require any of our tokens or other forms of payment in exchange for social media referrals, youtube reviews, website listing, etc. without a disclaimer attached. Any underhand transactions not only creates distrust in the community but effectively tarnishes the value and reputation of a company/token.
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That's it for our ICO ramble!
The world of cryptocurrency is still in its infancy but if we hold ourselves and others to the highest standard, we can propel the human race forward. I wish that your upcoming ICO does as well as you could have ever dreamed!
Please help spread the word and let's all do the right thing.
This has been the second and last part of my ICO ramble.
For Part 1, please visit: Why ICO participants should AVOID ICOs unless they ABSOLUTELY TRUST the issuer.
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---> CREDITS CRYPTOCURRENCY CRED CX : JULY - AUGUST COMMUNITY UPDATES AND RUNNING ANALYSIS

https://new.reddit.com/CreditsCryptocurrency/comments/937w1n/we_need_to_talk_about_credits_llc_re_cfo/
We entered into August 2018 now a full 7 months after the launch of Cred CX @ Credits.Energy
As the jingle goes we have been hearing "Credits Cryptocurrency, Supports Green Energy"
Many are only waiting to have an exchange listing.... Many are questioning what they really have received after they paid for their Cred CX coins.
Most do not know they are still waiting for an actual Cred CX cryptocurrency coin.
If you read this I hope it will help educate some on matters of a cryptocurrency the one in review here is based upon cryptonote - The most popular cryptocurrency like Cred CX is Monero.
I would go over the last 7 months but there is little to Report. So little to report that Credits has not released a much anticipated end of July update as they did with the end of June. The end of June report was mostly about challenges and future or forward thinking and goals. Nothing in the way of a verifiable blockchain / coin.
Some ICO fundamentals:
~Dollars and Cents~
How well did the pre ICO and ICO and Now crowd sales do from a financial perspective is not clear to to purchasers and or investors alike.
The only thing I find is that in a May 2018 they edited the timeline infograph they ~ failed to reach the softcap of 100 million Cred CX sold. They have subsequently said that they have exceeded the softcap but have not made known a hard cap, nor do we know how many Cred CX where purchased as of this date.
As well they also have not published any official figures from their corporate offices regarding bonuses, incentives, airdrops or other distributions etc. This in addition to corporate distribution among themselves and their stake or holdings, the company, and what appears to be a un published foundation or "entity", there are no details about any such entity as of yet in our knowledge. Perhaps the whitepaper plans have changed again with out noting public revisions.
We do know that they are still taking orders for Cred CX and are reportedly going to "explore" merchant account options. July saw Paypal suspended on Credits.Energy website. Another red flag.
Our analysis leads us to think it went something like this...
Read the following:https://www.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency/comments/7zkzjz/go_fuck_yourself_paypal/
Hello xxxxx,
We are writing to you in regards to your PayPal Account.
PayPal appreciates that you have chosen us to accept payments for your business. A periodic review of your account shows that you are cryptocurrency trading using PayPal.
However, unfortunately we have determined there to be excessive risk involved with the business model that you engaged in using PayPal. While we wish you the best of success in your future business endeavors, we respectfully ask that you seek another method of payment for the online business.
Your remaining balance will be held in your PayPal account for 180 days from the date your account was limited. After 180 days, you will be notified via email with information on how to receive your remaining funds.
We deeply regret any inconvenience this matter may cause you.
Sincerely, PayPal Compliance Department PayPal"
^^The above was of an IOTA trader a well established coin.
Cash is still king with this ICO it appears.
Looking at their past known published crypto addresses used at some time over the last 7 months to receive crypto payments for orders of Cred CX it reveals "nominal" volumes. The current address advertised shows zero activity for in puts and out puts at the time of this writing.
I it is another cleaning of the crypto slate as it where. No update notification has been given of the change on social media other than now perhaps here. By publishing the explorer to their adresses and hashes here I am not promoting anything.
You can explore them here:
Bitcoin: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/1JFz4UHRrsKnL5aGj5V87FxFz7RxAmDJ3m?sort=0
Ethereum: https://etherscan.io/address/0x8ca65a6e0839ea2de06e0741b6325b9629eff928
With out the public having kept track of previously published address one would not know that they raised anything via crypto during this ICO and the pre ICO based on currently available data.
Please see this post for IMPORTANT INFORMATION: https://new.reddit.com/CreditsCryptocurrency/comments/937w1n/we_need_to_talk_about_credits_llc_re_cfo/
~ EXCHANGE LISTING/S ~
There is no data to reference as to who Credits llc has been in talks with or what applications they have submitted to whom. They say that is what they are doing still. Acceptance is reported to have been granted by two exchanges as to why thy have not taken the listing offer and acted upon it until now is not clear at all.
They have said they want to get it just right and the coin was not ready for release and others agreed. I am presuming that includes exchanges feedback, with out comments on the acceptance and negotiating there is nothing definitive I can find to clarify anything re exchange listings chatter.
The exchange listing seems to be the number one question with Cred CX owners.
~CODE~
We did not see any new code commits to the official github. Reginald Gaines created the first cryptonote fork 2 years ago.
Forked from Appinvestocred and is found here: https://github.com/CreditsCryptocurrency/cred-1
Appinvestor Reginald Gaines aka Appinvestor a seemingly abandoned github account that points to a now defunct domain and email, attached to a Business "AppInvestor.Co Inc"
Seattle Wa USA
[[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
http://www.appinvestor.co/
We do see the blockchain project for Cred CX "CRED-1" was updated 6 months ago on or about the time Reginald Gaines was last known to be developing for Credits LLC.
Reginald Gaines was known by me to have been paid by the founders based on past phone conversations,
In fact I advised founder Luke to cut him loose as he was at the time failing to deliver as contracted and development of the blockchain rested solely with him. He was holding the project up and I advised Luke to not be held hostage by a prepaid contractor and take the loss and move on quickly. Last conversation I had with him about it in Feb 2018 he reported to me that he had candidates lined up to replace him.
Mobile apps:
Bidhan Baral Co founder of Technojagat.com is said to be responsible for the android and iOS apps. We are not certain that what Bidhan and or others @ Credits in collaboration have released is a cryptocurrency / blockchain wallet. On Andorid the back end is served by firebase.google.com
Firebase is built on Google infrastructure and scales automatically, for even the largest apps.
Firebase is not a open distributed ledger aka blockchain. Credits plans to include a credits run private (in app) auth network in tandem with an actual open distributed ledger. How they have implemented this is unknown.
App Store Preview gives it a 5 out of 5 out of 8 Ratings currently.
The current progress report is minor setbacks re the mobile miner. No reports on any Windows, Mac, Linux wallets, or mining pools. As for as we know there is no published list of mining nodes or if code exist for "testnet" and or actual mining.
We have seen no community activity among miners to create their own pools to Mine Cred CX and there are literally billions that need to be mined.
What kind of computing infrastructure is Cred CX relying on in the future or have already deployed the blockchain on, who are the service providers, they are part and parcel to a healthy "ecosystem" who are the supply partners?
I am not convinced that withholding details about logical questions asked of a blockchain company start up, or not, is good for business.
The current advertised CTO @ Credits.energy is Justin Farmer, he has a previous private relationship with Rick Floyd CEO before both of them came to Credits.energy executive team.
He has been the chief technical officer according to the website since approx mid March of 2018...?
Justin's code developments or those of others he is in charge of as CTO appear to be one of the most closely guarded secrets about Credits LLC's coin Cred CX's development, just as much as fundraising data and operations.
Although this is not a secret many people do not know about the webwallet (https://wallet.credits.energy/) that is believe to be in part coded by Justin and Bindam. There are no verifiable details know to me. It is the code that I can reference as proof of development and evidence of an accomplishment task as set forth in the companies whitepaper... We do not beieve it is a webinterface to an actual blockchain but the same corporate ledger as is found in firebase.google.com that drives the android app.
Why Credits LLC Cred CX did not update github over most of the life of this opensource code based project has no official explanation as far as we are aware. Why they have not released where the development logs and code are is a mystery to us.
We have to presume that there are in fact those things some where. Both developmentally as is financially this companies ICO has been anything but transparent where it matters most.
Lastly on the subject of this topic heading is Steven Crider the Sr. Product Analyst is hoped to be in a position to provide his analysis on the product.
~GREEN ENERGY~
"Kendra" highlights the relationship between Credits (CRED - CX) and renewable energy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjSKSKMeK0k - Published on 2 May 2018
^^That is pretty much all of what some know regarding aabout Cred CX and how it support green energy.
Last know relationship building with green energy groups was focused on Denver area associations.
A Missed speaking engagement.
Former acting CEO and Credits LLC's founder Mr. Ingraham was said to have be confirmed as speaking on March 13th at Solar Power Mountain West about how Credits LLC via Cred CX is incorporating blockchain technology into the renewable energy sector. Mr. Ingraham was not able to attend that conference @ Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association (COSEIA). Since that time there has been no updates regarding green energy relationships or building a community of interested parties in the purported solar energy project on the outskirts of Denver Colorado.
With out a doubt the real world clean or green energy producing project is the most significantly complex and challenging part for Credits LLC and it's Cryptocurrency with a purpose .
It seems that Jared Wells has the best publicly documented insight on how credits is actually thinking in part what they are achieving in what can be called a Green energy Cypto Currency - A Crypto with a purpose.
"Credits.Energy, the “crypto with a mobile mining app that supports green energy,” aims to virtually eliminate the cost of supporting renewable energy. We asked Credits.Energy COO, Jared Wells, to explain what the current barri-ers to entry are in the renewable energy market:
“Mainstream adoption of solar and wind power is all about efficiency. Obviously, if I put a solar panel on my house, I need batteries to harness that power overnight, charge controllers to manage wattage and voltage, and a way to integrate that energy into the power system. These same basic components are required whether you have 1 panel or 400 panels . . . 1 turbine or 50 turbines. . . . So while the overall cost per watt in the solar and wind power har-nessing platform decreases incrementally by increasing the number of generation components involved in the sys-tem, it is inversely more expensive per unit of electricity to implement the smaller scale systems that can be afford-ed by an individual homeowner. In addition to that, there are so many people who live in leased or rented housing and are unable to attach solar panels or wind generators to their residences or who maybe just can’t afford to have their own system....
Credits.Energy intends to resolve this problem by allowing for simple purchasing and management of the CRED cryp-tocurrency token through their intuitive website and mobile applications. "
Source: https://cryptogo.news/2018/04/21/pr-green-energy-crypto-credits-energy-ico-is-now-live/
Google search: Credits.Energy ICO is now live Jared wells
As it is with the CEO, CFO, CTO, and Developers, Operations @ Credits has very little shared data on the strides taken to invest into a green energy project/s on the outskirts of Denver Colorado. The location of the Solar Project remains undisclosed. There has been no comments by the COO Jared or press releases with regards to acquisitions, investment or strategic partnerships with any Green energy related entities to date.
Participants in this ICO who participated based on the green energy components are due for a long anticipated report on how their investment and purchases have contributed to green energy, the environment and how it has helped the Cred CX ecosystem" and various charities.
~Community and Ecosystem~
Other than this reddit and the Facebook & Twitter pages Credits does not have a perceptible community.
Some cryptonote forks attract anaon coin investors, cryptopunks, miners etc. As there is know known blockchain and wallet / node / miner for Cred CX it is no surprise they have not joined our ranks as of yet. There is always the future.
Adoption and traction take time and delivering open source software tools to the community to create an ecosystem / auth network and mine the coins as reward for participation in the auth network. Potentially billions and billions of of hashes waiting to make this a viable anaon coin.
As for Ecosystem there is none that we can speak of. One can use the apps or webwallet to send and receive in app tokens. The functionality is only extended to include the ability to send a one line note. We have not tested to see what is the character limit is or if it is encrypted and will be recorded on the immutable open ledger.
So as a community, or one on one, holders I suppose could use it as a message or note app. It would "cost" you 1 Cred CX per as many characters you can write in the line space provided.
Although Cred CX is as said as being based on cryptonotes cryptonight algorithm it shares the note feature.
XDN has built a solid cryptonote enterprise on this one feature. Cred CX is it's sibling technically speaking.
"DigitalNote XDN is a decentralized private cryptocurrency. It is based on CryptoNote anonymous technology and has a unique untraceable encrypted messaging system with blockchain based staking for a defined period." https://digitalnote.biz/
There is always a bright side and we hope Cred CX will come into that as soon as is possible. DigitalNote XDN had a name change and a history that had it reinvent it's self several times...
About DigitalNote XDN
Formerly known as DarkNote XDN
Formerly known as duckNote XDN
As you can see they have had some stormy seas and needing to "right the ship". The question is how is Cred CX navigating those waters?
"May 30, 2014 — day of the first XDN block"
We have been long waiting and anticipating the announcement of Cred CX first block announcement.
With a new cryptocurrency the first block mined is like the fist minting of a new coin in metal. It is generally a celebrated event and anniversary date.
Accounts...
It is unclear how one deletes or closes out their accounts.
Example in the case of refunds. Do you send them back their Cred CX using the convenient email address feature they sent it from and use the Note space to file an invoice / refund? After that is settled how does one close the account out for good. How does one close an account or in cypto speak burn their coins with proof (on the open blockchain).
Not being able to transfer off app has left Cred CX use limited to, limited in app only functionality.
I have not ever seen any press or pr promoting this feature alone.
A community of testers would have really helped. No group feed back forum was used including this the reddit group. That leads us to...
~ PR / IR / Social Media ~
Very little evidence of a concerted social media campaign/s Relative new comer to the Credit's team is Torin Tostanoski the "Social Media Strategist". The strategy seems to be that less is more in the way of social media and customer relations / support.
As was pointed out to me in analysis of this aspect of this ICO was that one could have looked at the youtube channel and some have said it speaks volumes perhaps even enough to make an informed decision to pass on Cred CX - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChi2qFyDx5mynP52lTjDRLQ
Stats
Joined Jan 16, 2018
162 views
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VIDEOS: Uploads 1 title "Credits Cryptocurrency & Platform" 162 views 6 months ago
It appears to be abandoned. Rick Floyd has a youtube Chanel set up for credits but the original "official" youtube account is inactive for over 6 months now....
Bitcointalk.org - Good news they created a Topic for Cred CX there. A powerful creditable account and community to have a voice in as an ICO, trader, miner. Minimal activity on the content and any substantial information shared has given no cause for exposure to arguably an ICO's best source of support in all things cryptocurrency. It is a market place for ideas and collaboration as well as investment and traders. See: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3086671.20
Most PR was done in the form of paid for press releases and they where picked up and syndicated on crypto centric investments aka ICO's and technology blogs. I do not know of the effectiveness of the paid adwords and facebook ads. Facebook delivered a blow to all ICO's this year with a change in policy.
Many holders of Cred CX are baffled by the choice to not improve Credits social media presence and reach. As it is, it remains a decidedly non communicative, non transparent ICO on this front as well.
With some issues in its executive ranks, lacklustre ICO participation, and very little to report regarding progress some might think it not surprising to have a policy that seems to be based on one of silence is golden.
~WHERE ARE WE AT?~
The issue is at this point very, very, basic: Where are our cryptonote blockchain tokens / coined as Cred CX?
What many holders in the public do not know is they do not need an exchange or mobile app with a mobile miner to hold the coins and exchange them. We have yet to see code written by them for the actual blockchain.
There are mobile apps and a webwallet. OK.
Where are Windows, OSX, and Linux wallets and miners? Where are Cred CX testnet/s? and the credits internal node network? Who has been recruiting or building a mining pool?
This reddit should be abuzz with posts about such things and @ Bitcointalk.org
The last update on twitter after a full calendar month of no updates @ credits.energy we hear that there are minor set backs and re the mobile mining feature. That could very well may be. It is understandable to have compliance issues both technical and policy, to not ever reference technical or policy data is a red flag for many.
It also does not explain why a mobile platform with an off app network cannot not give us our hashes, our coins on an immutable ledger aka blockchain. Cred CX Cryptocurrency a cryptonote fork is an anonymous coin by default. Transactions on the apps and on credits internal auth network are not truly anon, and require the public open blockchain for distributed off credits network authentications of transactions for them to be so.
We have not been given it. When looking at credchain.org (<--- Hint the foundation that is or is not?) it redirects to credits.energy.
The chain explorer is not publicly active nor is the source code for anything as far as we can see other than the github - Last updated 6 months ago... It is a fork (a copy for those who might not know what a fork is) - no development code or update to or of code have been committed to the projects opensource software repository as advertised on the website.
How is the premine going? Is it started or over? Where are the cryptonotes coined and mined as Cred CX?
Do I need a mobile app with mining features to use my cryptonote wallet, no, no one does. So if a "feature" is what the project hangs on that is a red flag.
A quick way Cred CX could be made viable and live right now is like this:
MyMonero is the only web wallet for Monero. It is operated and owned by Riccardo Spagni, who is one of the lead Monero developers.
The wallet works like any account. You create an account and can login online to access your funds. MyMonero only encrypts your keys and stores the data on its servers. It cannot access your funds.
See https://mymonero.com/ for a live example
Monero Desktop Wallet
The best and only Monero desktop wallet is the official client which is a full node.
It can be downloaded from the official Monero website.
Credits position:
"...crypto with a mobile mining app..." A Crypto. A mobile mining app. One does not need a mobile mining "feature" in an app for there to be a coin or crypto wallet, in fact it is quite the opposite in certain respects. "Technicalities"
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So set backs as of August 2018... We have no progress reports we just have our own ongoing independent analysis.
I hope this has been helpful to the community. Your feed back is welcomed.
If you have questions or concerns feel free to post here. Start a new topic.
I am certain there are other things people can share here that would be of a benefit to the community as small as it may be at the moment.
Supporters and fans of Cred CX are welcomed to share what good news the have and what inspires their enthusiasm and support for Cred CX. COME WAVE THE GREEN FLAGS FOR CRED (CX)
We are looking into sponsoring a Cred CX airdrop and give aways! Tell your Friends :-)
We hope for the best and truly want to see the CRED CX coin succeed
"Stay tuned" here for more in depth reports and analysis on (Cred) (CX)
John
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BEWARE all ICOs and ICO issuers!!!!! Part 2

For Part 1, please visit: Why ICO participants should AVOID ICOs unless they ABSOLUTELY TRUST the issuer.BEWARE all ICOs and ICO issuers!!!!! Part 2
Luvdub Coin recently made a public announcement for our airdrop and in less than 1 week, received submissions ranging in the thousands despite our intense KYC-AML procedure.
At this time, I felt compelled to write an article due to the alarming frequency of fraudulent activity and stolen data our verification team has witnessed in these past few days.
This article is broken into two parts and you are reading the second part, "What ICO issuers need to be aware of."
1. Why ICO participants should AVOID ICOs unless they ABSOLUTELY TRUST the issuer.2. What ICO issuers need to be aware of.
This is by all means not a comprehensive list and I do not suggest that you rely solely on this article to make any decision that may have an impact on your privacy, security, or life. I, nor anyone at Luvdub Coin or Luvdub Nation Inc. can be held responsible for what you do with the information provided. You are the only person who can make sure your data and privacy is safe.
---
What ICO issuers need to be aware of.So you hear all about the ICO craze where massive amounts of capital is being poured into a burgeoning industry. With ICOs like Telegram raising 1.7 billion dollars on its private sale alone or the Venezuelan government raising $735 million dollars for their oil backed cryptocurrency, you think, why can't I do this?
While the allure of starting an ICO may sound endearing, keep in mind there are grave consequences if poorly executed. I'm not just referring to fines or imprisonment from government agencies either but the potential for your ICO to adversely impact the lives of hundreds or thousands of innocent individuals across the world. If you fail in your execution, your ICO participants will suffer too.
Assuming that your intentions are pure and that you really are trying to create a solution for an unmet problem, I'd like you to consider several aspects of an ICO that are crucial to your project.
  1. Jurisdiction
  2. Security
  3. Values
---Jurisdiction
Where you and your ICO participants reside matter
While every country, state, or city may have their own perspective on the regulation of ICO offerings, it's paramount to the survival of your ICO to understand these laws. Not adhering to their requirements can have dire consequences such as receiving a fraud suit filed by the SEC.
Since we are a company incorporated in New York, I will briefly discuss some aspects to be aware of during an ICO from our stand point. Some of these include the exclusion of unsophisticated investors, verifying and defining accredited investors, FinCEN compliance, and a slew of other matters.
---
In December 2017, SEC (Securities Exchange Commission) chairman Jay Clayton stated that all ICOs he came across should be classified as securities. This meant that ICOs that didn't comply with existing securities regulation faced scrutiny by the SEC. ICOs now are required to register with the SEC for their ICO and to undergo an extra layer of complexity in a murky world. Some methods of circumvention to registration include:
Regulation D Rule 504: This rule allowed for companies to offer and sell up to $5,000,000 worth of securities within any 12-month period. The purchasers of the securities are to receive "restricted" securities where they cannot be sold for at least six months or a year without registering them. There are no limit on the number of investors.Regulation D Rule 506(b): This rule prevents general solicitation or advertisement to market the securities. Companies are allowed to sell to an unlimited number of accredited investors and up to 35 other purchasers. Even with the 35 other purchaser stipulation, all non-accredited investors would have to be considered "sophisticated" where they have sufficient knowledge and experience in order to effectively evaluate the merits and risks of the investment. The company would also provide information to investors that are free from false or misleading statements.
Regulation D Rule 506(c): This rule allows for general solicitation as long as:
  1. The investors in the offering are all accredited investors; and
  2. The company takes reasonable steps to verify that the investors are accredited investors, which could include reviewing documentation, such as W-2s, tax returns, bank and brokerage statements, credit reports and the like.
Regulation S: This rule allows for foreign investors to partake in securities purchase as long as the sale is made in an offshore transaction to a buyer outside the US. Also keep in mind that the tokens are to be considered "restricted" securities and not permissible to be resold under certain circumstances for a specific time frame.
Accredited Investors: Accredited investors can be individuals with an earned income that exceed $200,000 (or 300,000 together with a spouse) in each of the past two years, where they reasonably expect the same for the current year. They can also be individuals or together with a spouse having a net worth over $1 million excluding the value of their primary residence. Other accredited investors can be entities where all equity owners are accredited investors or trusts with assets exceeding $5 million.
---
We're still watching you
Even if you do register your ICO appropriately, there are still other safeguards that must be put in place. Any deviation from certain requirements can result in significant ramifications for your ICO which would adversely affect your community involved. Some things to consider are:
FinCEN: The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has established certain requirements in regards to the exchange of securities/money/value. Some of these requirements include the registration for BSA (Bank Secrecy Act) E-filing to transmit data for questionable transactions. They also require that certain protocols are created and implemented by the ICO organizers to ensure that a standard is set by the organization.
OFAC Sanctions List: Following the terror attacks of 9/11, the USA PATRIOT Act was created to thwart specific money laundering and terrorist financing activities. This prevented certain individuals from conducting transactions with personnel on the OFAC Sanctions List.
KYC-AML: If you aren't supposed to deal with terrorist organizations or individuals who finance such activities, how would you know? By complying with KYC-AML(Know your customeAnti-money laundering) procedures. Some of these include:
  1. obtaining customer identifying information from each customer prior to account opening;
  2. verifying the identity of each customer, to the extent reasonable and practicable, within a reasonable time before or after account opening;
  3. making and maintaining a record of information obtained relating to identity verification;
  4. determining within a reasonable time after account opening or earlier whether a customer appears on any list of known or suspected terrorist organizations designated by Treasury and
  5. providing each customer with adequate notice, prior to opening an account, that information is being requested to verify the customer's identity.
---
Security
Privacy matters
With the advent of the internet, the dissemination of information has increased exponentially. This revolution does come at a price where large scale hacks that jeopardize sensitive data appear to be a common occurrence. For our submission process, we noticed a plethora of stolen data being photoshopped to pass our KYC-AML procedures. Here are some things to help protect the data of your users and to comply with specific regulations:
Encryption: This alone should be a standard for all things. It's the difference from making your data public to the world or confining it. The minimum expectation is to have TLS (Transport Layer Security) for all transmissions over the internet. You may take this a step further and register your company for a positive EV-SSL certificate. You may also force https encryption through your site and apply forced https through your browser via an extension. Consider encrypting your hard drives and all other devices that store sensitive data as well.
IP Restriction: If there is sensitive data on any of your servers, please restrict entry to only the IP addresses that require access.
Backups: Servers blow up. Data gets lost. Code ruins everything. $!*& happens. Make sure you back up your data so that if anything goes wrong, you are able to revert back to a normal state for operation. Also, when dealing with sensitive information, you can also consider utilizing a device that is not physically connected to a network (air gap). Some people choose to turn off the WI-fi or disconnect the Ethernet cable but whatever you decide, think security first.
Formatting OS: Unless you're running Tails OS (Operating System), you may want to consider formatting the OS every few months. This can help reassure that anything malicious that made its way onto your computer can be effectively wiped.
Password Managers: If you aren't utilizing a password manager for your devices, start doing so now. You should not have the same password for multiple sites/apps. It's also a good idea to occasionally change your passwords every now and then.
2-factor Authentication: For sensitive information, you should look into 2 factor authentication. This requires a second step in order to access your site/files/app. Sometimes it is done through email, through text message, or using an app like Google Authenticator or Authy.
VPN: VPNs (Virtual private networks) are services that allow for you to access the internet with a different IP address. This helps to ensure that if someone obtains your IP, they would think that you are at another location thus ensuring your privacy and security. VPNs are generally inexpensive for the value and security they provide.
Scripts: If you are using Firefox, Chrome, etc., consider downloading an extension that blocks/restrict client-side javascript on the web browser. While it may make web pages more interactive, certain sites can add malicious code such as Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attacks. Keep in mind that deactivating javascript can cause certain sites to malfunction.
Ad blockers: Whatever ad blocker you choose, use it. There have been reports of sites pushing phony updates and other phishing attempts through redirects. In general, if you see an ad, don't click on it.
Email: Aside from never clicking on links, you should consider using plain text email as opposed to html. It is a lot easier to hide unsafe links through html. This is why whenever Luvdub Coin sends you an email from an official email address, you will ONLY receive it in plain text.
---
Values
We lay out the foundation for success in the future
No matter what occurs in life, your decisions are based on your values. It is the experiences you encounter that determine your responses to your circumstances. If your team has strong leadership that is based on universal truths, you are able to accomplish anything and weather the storms. Without clear values and a mission, success becomes elusive and differences of opinion become divisive to the team.
Mission Statement: What is the purpose of your company/ICO? Are you looking just to reap tons of cash or do you want to make something better? Without a clear direction, your team will not have the focus to accomplish anything at its highest potential. Make a difference.Accountability: Do you see the world through the lens of a victim or someone who's powerful? Do you make excuses or own your faults? Do you have the make it happen factor? If you are ever in a situation that requires action, ask yourself, "which one of these mental states am I in?"
  1. Unaware/unconscious of the problem.
  2. Blaming others.
  3. Making excuses.
  4. Wait and hope the problem washes over.
  5. Acknowledge that there is a problem.
  6. Own the problem.
  7. Find solutions.
  8. Getting into action.Be powerful, not a victim.
Integrity: One of the most difficult aspects of leadership is integrity. Mean what you say and say what you mean. Do the right thing. When your back is up against the wall, it's your integrity that stands out and determines if you stand by your word. When the chips are down, it is our discipline that holds ourselves to the highest standard and to never deviate from righteousness. If someone is offering a kickback, don't accept. If there's a conflict of interest, kindly decline. We at Luvdub Coin do not accept offers for marketing services/ promotions that require any of our tokens or other forms of payment in exchange for social media referrals, youtube reviews, website listing, etc. without a disclaimer attached. Any underhand transactions not only creates distrust in the community but effectively tarnishes the value and reputation of a company/token.
---
That's it for our ICO ramble!
The world of cryptocurrency is still in its infancy but if we hold ourselves and others to the highest standard, we can propel the human race forward. I wish that your upcoming ICO does as well as you could have ever dreamed!
Please help spread the word and let's all do the right thing.
This has been the second and last part of my ICO ramble.
For Part 1, please visit: Why ICO participants should AVOID ICOs unless they ABSOLUTELY TRUST the issuer.
GET INVOLVED at www.luvdubcoin.comAlso check out our other sites:Telegram | Facebook | Github | White Paper | Youtube | Reddit | Twitter | BitcoinTalk
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BEWARE all ICOs and ICO issuers!!!!! Part 2

For Part 1, please visit: Why ICO participants should AVOID ICOs unless they ABSOLUTELY TRUST the issuer.BEWARE all ICOs and ICO issuers!!!!! Part 2
Check out this article with images on our Medium blog.
Luvdub Coin recently made a public announcement for our airdrop and in less than 1 week, received submissions ranging in the thousands despite our intense KYC-AML procedure.
At this time, I felt compelled to write an article due to the alarming frequency of fraudulent activity and stolen data our verification team has witnessed in these past few days.
This article is broken into two parts and you are reading the second part, "What ICO issuers need to be aware of."
1. Why ICO participants should AVOID ICOs unless they ABSOLUTELY TRUST the issuer.2. What ICO issuers need to be aware of.
This is by all means not a comprehensive list and I do not suggest that you rely solely on this article to make any decision that may have an impact on your privacy, security, or life. I, nor anyone at Luvdub Coin or Luvdub Nation Inc. can be held responsible for what you do with the information provided. You are the only person who can make sure your data and privacy is safe.
---
**What ICO issuers need to be aware of.**So you hear all about the ICO craze where massive amounts of capital is being poured into a burgeoning industry. With ICOs like Telegram raising 1.7 billion dollars on its private sale alone or the Venezuelan government raising $735 million dollars for their oil backed cryptocurrency, you think, why can't I do this?
While the allure of starting an ICO may sound endearing, keep in mind there are grave consequences if poorly executed. I'm not just referring to fines or imprisonment from government agencies either but the potential for your ICO to adversely impact the lives of hundreds or thousands of innocent individuals across the world. If you fail in your execution, your ICO participants will suffer too.
Assuming that your intentions are pure and that you really are trying to create a solution for an unmet problem, I'd like you to consider several aspects of an ICO that are crucial to your project.
  1. Jurisdiction
  2. Security
  3. Values
---JurisdictionWhere you and your ICO participants reside matter
While every country, state, or city may have their own perspective on the regulation of ICO offerings, it's paramount to the survival of your ICO to understand these laws. Not adhering to their requirements can have dire consequences such as receiving a fraud suit filed by the SEC.
Since we are a company incorporated in New York, I will briefly discuss some aspects to be aware of during an ICO from our stand point. Some of these include the exclusion of unsophisticated investors, verifying and defining accredited investors, FinCEN compliance, and a slew of other matters.
---
In December 2017, SEC (Securities Exchange Commission) chairman Jay Clayton stated that all ICOs he came across should be classified as securities. This meant that ICOs that didn't comply with existing securities regulation faced scrutiny by the SEC. ICOs now are required to register with the SEC for their ICO and to undergo an extra layer of complexity in a murky world. Some alternatives to registration include:
Regulation D Rule 504: This rule allowed for companies to offer and sell up to $5,000,000 worth of securities within any 12-month period. The purchasers of the securities are to receive "restricted" securities where they cannot be sold for at least six months or a year without registering them. There are no limit on the number of investors.Regulation D Rule 506(b): This rule prevents general solicitation or advertisement to market the securities. Companies are allowed to sell to an unlimited number of accredited investors and up to 35 other purchasers. Even with the 35 other purchaser stipulation, all non-accredited investors would have to be considered "sophisticated" where they have sufficient knowledge and experience in order to effectively evaluate the merits and risks of the investment. The company would also provide information to investors that are free from false or misleading statements.
Regulation D Rule 506(c): This rule allows for general solicitation as long as:
  1. The investors in the offering are all accredited investors; and
  2. The company takes reasonable steps to verify that the investors are accredited investors, which could include reviewing documentation, such as W-2s, tax returns, bank and brokerage statements, credit reports and the like.
Regulation S: This rule allows for foreign investors to partake in securities purchase as long as the sale is made in an offshore transaction to a buyer outside the US. Also keep in mind that the tokens are to be considered "restricted" securities and not permissible to be resold under certain circumstances for a specific time frame.
Accredited Investors: Accredited investors can be individuals with an earned income that exceed $200,000 (or 300,000 together with a spouse) in each of the past two years, where they reasonably expect the same for the current year. They can also be individuals or together with a spouse having a net worth over $1 million excluding the value of their primary residence. Other accredited investors can be entities where all equity owners are accredited investors or trusts with assets exceeding $5 million.
---We're still watching you
Even if you do register your ICO appropriately, there are still other safeguards that must be put in place. Any deviation from certain requirements can result in significant ramifications for your ICO which would adversely affect your community involved. Some things to consider are:
FinCEN: The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has established certain requirements in regards to the exchange of securities/money/value. Some of these requirements include the registration for BSA (Bank Secrecy Act) E-filing to transmit data for questionable transactions. They also require that certain protocols are created and implemented by the ICO organizers to ensure that a standard is set by the organization.
OFAC Sanctions List: Following the terror attacks of 9/11, the USA PATRIOT Act was created to thwart specific money laundering and terrorist financing activities. This prevented certain individuals from conducting transactions with personnel on the OFAC Sanctions List.
KYC-AML: If you aren't supposed to deal with terrorist organizations or individuals who finance such activities, how would you know? By complying with KYC-AML(Know your customeAnti-money laundering) procedures. Some of these include:
  1. obtaining customer identifying information from each customer prior to account opening;
  2. verifying the identity of each customer, to the extent reasonable and practicable, within a reasonable time before or after account opening;
  3. making and maintaining a record of information obtained relating to identity verification;
  4. determining within a reasonable time after account opening or earlier whether a customer appears on any list of known or suspected terrorist organizations designated by Treasury and
  5. providing each customer with adequate notice, prior to opening an account, that information is being requested to verify the customer's identity.
---
SecurityPrivacy matters
With the advent of the internet, the dissemination of information has increased exponentially. This revolution does come at a price where large scale hacks that jeopardize sensitive data appear to be a common occurrence. For our submission process, we noticed a plethora of stolen data being photoshopped to pass our KYC-AML procedures. Here are some things to help protect the data of your users and to comply with specific regulations:
Encryption: This alone should be a standard for all things. It's the difference from making your data public to the world or confining it. The minimum expectation is to have TLS (Transport Layer Security) for all transmissions over the internet. You may take this a step further and register your company for a positive EV-SSL certificate. You may also force https encryption through your site and apply forced https through your browser via an extension. Consider encrypting your hard drives and all other devices that store sensitive data as well.
IP Restriction: If there is sensitive data on any of your servers, please restrict entry to only the IP addresses that require access.
Backups: Servers blow up. Data gets lost. Code ruins everything. $!*& happens. Make sure you back up your data so that if anything goes wrong, you are able to revert back to a normal state for operation. Also, when dealing with sensitive information, you can also consider utilizing a device that is not physically connected to a network (air gap). Some people choose to turn off the WI-fi or disconnect the Ethernet cable but whatever you decide, think security first.
Formatting OS: Unless you're running Tails OS (Operating System), you may want to consider formatting the OS every few months. This can help reassure that anything malicious that made its way onto your computer can be effectively wiped.
Password Managers: If you aren't utilizing a password manager for your devices, start doing so now. You should not have the same password for multiple sites/apps. It's also a good idea to change your passwords every now and then.
2-factor Authentication: For sensitive information, you should look into 2 factor authentication. This requires a second step in order to access your site/files/app. Sometimes it is done through email, through text message, or using an app like Google Authenticator or Authy.
VPN: VPNs (Virtual private networks) are services that allow for you to access the internet with a different IP address. This helps to ensure that if someone obtains your IP, they would think that you are at another location thus ensuring your privacy and security. VPNs are generally inexpensive for the value and security they provide.
Scripts: If you are using Firefox, Chrome, etc., consider downloading an extension that blocks/restrict client-side javascript on the web browser. While it may make web pages more interactive, certain sites can add malicious code such as Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attacks. Keep in mind that deactivating javascript can cause certain sites to malfunction.
Ad blockers: Whatever ad blocker you choose, use it. There have been reports of sites pushing phony updates and other phishing attempts through redirects. In general, if you see an ad, don't click on it.
Email: Aside from never clicking on links, you should consider using plain text email as opposed to html. It is a lot easier to hide unsafe links through html. This is why whenever Luvdub Coin sends you an email from an official email address, you will ONLY receive it in plain text.
---
ValuesWe lay out the foundation for success in the future
No matter what occurs in life, your decisions are based on your values. It is the experiences you encounter that determine your responses to your circumstances. If your team has strong leadership that is based on universal truths, you are able to accomplish anything and weather the storms. Without clear values and a mission, success becomes elusive and differences of opinion become divisive to the team.
Mission Statement: What is the purpose of your company/ICO? Are you looking just to reap tons of cash or do you want to make something better? Without a clear direction, your team will not have the focus to accomplish anything at its highest potential. Make a difference.Accountability: Do you see the world through the lens of a victim or someone who's powerful? Do you make excuses or own your faults? Do you have the make it happen factor? If you are ever in a situation that requires action, ask yourself, "which one of these mental states am I in?"
  1. Unaware/unconscious of the problem.
  2. Blaming others.
  3. Making excuses.
  4. Wait and hope the problem washes over.
  5. Acknowledge that there is a problem.
  6. Own the problem.
  7. Find solutions.
  8. Getting into action.Be powerful, not a victim.
Integrity: One of the most difficult aspects of leadership is integrity. Mean what you say and say what you mean. Do the right thing. When your back is up against the wall, it's your integrity that stands out and determines if you stand by your word. When the chips are down, it is our discipline that holds ourselves to the highest standard and to never deviate from righteousness. If someone is offering a kickback, don't accept. If there's a conflict of interest, kindly decline. We at Luvdub Coin do not accept offers for marketing services/ promotions that require any of our tokens or other forms of payment in exchange for social media referrals, youtube reviews, website listing, etc. without a disclaimer attached. Any underhand transactions not only creates distrust in the community but effectively tarnishes the value and reputation of a company/token.
---That's it for our ICO ramble!
The world of cryptocurrency is still in its infancy but if we hold ourselves and others to the highest standard, we can propel the human race forward. I wish that your upcoming ICO does as well as you could have ever dreamed!
Please help spread the word and let's all do the right thing.
This has been the second and last part of my ICO ramble.
For Part 1, please visit: Why ICO participants should AVOID ICOs unless they ABSOLUTELY TRUST the issuer.
GET INVOLVED at www.luvdubcoin.comAlso check out our other sites:Telegram | Facebook | Github | White Paper | Youtube | Reddit | Twitter | BitcoinTalk
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FREE OpenCart 3.x and 2.3 Bitcoin Extension without registration

Actually, data shows that there are more than 385.000 live websites using OpenCart. Almost half of the users are based in the US (126.000), far ahead of Russia (46.000) and Great Britain (20.000). But in fact, with Apirone you can receive bitcoins from customers around the world, no matter where they live or what kind of activity they do. In addition, no registration required, no KYC, there is no need for an account, and no document of any kind to fill.

Payment process:
https://reddit.com/link/9he3qk/video/rjolikx8ddn11/player

Benefits of Using the Bitcoin OpenCart Plugin

Official OpenCart extensions marketplace: https://www.opencart.com/index.php?route=marketplace/extension/info&extension_id=34039
OpenCart 3.x:
https://apirone.com/integrations/opencart-3
Open Source GitHub link: https://github.com/Apirone/OpenCartV3
OcStore and OpenCart 2.3:
https://apirone.com/integrations/opencart-2
https://apirone.com/integrations/ocstore
Open Source GitHub link: https://github.com/Apirone/ocstore
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Why the BIP-72 Payment Protocol URI Standard is Insecure Against MITM Attacks | Peter Todd | Sep 29 2017

Peter Todd on Sep 29 2017:
On Thu, Sep 28, 2017 at 03:43:05PM +0300, Sjors Provoost via bitcoin-dev wrote:
Andreas Schildbach wrote:
This feels redundant to me; the payment protocol already has an
expiration time.
The BIP-70 payment protocol has significant overhead and most importantly requires back and forth. Emailing a bitcoin address or printing it on an invoice is much easier, so I would expect people to keep doing that.
The BIP-70 payment protocol used via BIP-72 URI's is insecure, as payment qr
codes don't cryptographically commit to the identity of the merchant, which
means a MITM attacker can redirect the payment if they can obtain a SSL cert
that the wallet accepts.
For example, if I have a wallet on my phone and go to pay a
merchant, a BIP-72 URI will look like the following(1):
bitcoin:mq7se9wy2egettFxPbmn99cK8v5AFq55Lx?amount=0.11&r;=https://merchant.com/pay.php?h%3D2a8628fc2fbe 
A wallet following the BIP-72 standard will "ignore the bitcoin
address/amount/label/message in the URI and instead fetch a PaymentRequest
message and then follow the payment protocol, as described in BIP 70."
So my phone will make a second connection - likely on a second network with a
totally different set of MITM attackers - to https://merchant.com
In short, while my browser may have gotten the correct URL with the correct
Bitcoin address, by using the payment protocol my wallet is discarding that
information and giving MITM attackers a second chance at redirecting my payment
to them. That wallet is also likely using an off-the-shelf SSL library, with
nothing other than an infrequently updated set of root certificates to use to
verify the certificate; your browser has access to a whole host of better
technologies, such as HSTS pinning, certificate transparency, and frequently
updated root certificate lists with proper revocation (see Symantec).
As an ad-hoc, unstandardized, extension Android Wallet for Bitcoin at least
supports a h= parameter with a hash commitment to what the payment request
should be, and will reject the MITM attacker if that hash doesn't match. But
that's not actually in the standard itself, and as far as I can tell has never
been made into a BIP.
As-is BIP-72 is very dangerous and should be depreciated, with a new BIP made
to replace it.
1) As an aside, it's absolutely hilarious that this URL taken straight from
BIP-72 has the merchant using PHP, given its truly terrible track record for
security.

https://petertodd.org 'peter'[:-1]@petertodd.org
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Here Is a Summary of the Most Popular Payment Gateway Solutions

We recently posted a question about what payment gateways you used and why (you can see that Q here ), and wanted to follow up with a summary of some of the most popular ones out there should you be looking to compare solutions:
Braintree
Braintree has become a competitive payment gateway since its launch in 2010. Eventually getting acquired by PayPal, Braintree now operates as a “PayPal Company” and could be one of the most progressive movers in the payment industry.
They accept payments from PayPal, Apple Pay, Android Pay, Venmo, and even Coinbase (bitcoin)! And, of course, they process traditional online payments as well. What’s notable about the company is their expansion into alternative payment methods. If your target demographic purchases through one of these alternative methods, you might consider Braintree as your payment gateway.
Supported Platforms: Bigcommerce, Magento, Spree Commerce, WooCommerce, Shopify (See other integrations here )
Processing Rates
Contract
There are no contract requirements with Braintree, and you get to take all of your customer data with you for free!
Clients: Bonobos, Airbnb, Uber, Casper, and more
Stripe (what we prefer to develop with)
Stripe began with a simple purpose: make it simple for businesses to do business online. They have a bit of a different appeal in that they build for developers, not merchants. This is an interesting approach for the company and shows their true vision is in the future.
By listening to and working with developers first, the company can be on the forefront of building progressive payment solutions. This was the case with their recent launch of Relay for Stripe.
If it is important for your company to be on top of capturing sales in a “non-traditional way” (through a third-party app, via marketplace, through subscriptions), then Stripe could be the right solution for you.
Supported Platforms: Bigcommerce, Shopify, WooCommerce, Magento, Spree Commerce (see other integrations here )
Processing Rates
Contract
There are no contract requirements, but you must have to agree to the Terms of Service & Privacy Policy.
Clients: Harry’s, Fitbit, Task Rabbit, Lyft, and more
Authorize.Net
Authorize.Net has been in the payment processing space for a while – since 1996. Because of its seniority in the space, this provider has maintained a decent portion of the payment gateway market share. Like the above-mentioned gateways, Authorize.Net provides similar fraud protection services, subscription capabilities, and simple checkout options.
The downside is that if you need to transfer your data, you cannot do it as seamlessly as Braintree’s free migration service. If you want to eventually leave Authorize.Net you will have to redo the entire process of collecting payment information from your clients for recurring billing and payment method. Not fun for you or for customers. On the bright side, Authorize.Net has a friendly interface and allows you to get fairly granular with your security settings so this is a nice plus for your development team (learned this from blk_slp)
Supported Platforms: Bigcommerce, Shopify, Volusion, WordPress, Magento (see other integrations here )
Processing Rates
Contract
Authorize.Net has a month-to-month option with no early termination fees, but if you choose to go through a reseller, you may encounter a contract and termination fees. Here is a detailed list of the “fine print” of their services agreement.
PayPal
The name “PayPal” is synonymous with online payments because they spearheaded the movement back in the late 90s – and they’re still going strong today. As mentioned above, they’ve acquired Braintree and now have that and Venmo under their belt. PayPal has also since separated from eBay, so they are one powerful and progressive entity on their own.
PayPal is a great alternative or “back up” solution to any other gateway solution you may have on your site. You can, of course, use it as your sole solution, but many brands have it as an alternative choice at checkout. Why? It’s a time saver and an alternative to people who do not wish to dole out their credit card info to every retailer they are purchasing from.
With over 165 million users it’s definitely a trusted platform, and chances are a good portion of your demographic has a PayPal account. This could be a good “backup” gateway for you to implement and do some A/B testing on your checkout experience. It could be the difference in making or losing a sale.
Supported Platforms: ALL. Since PayPal usually redirects to its own site, no platform integration is necessary. If you want to integrate with PayPal Express, the redirect is skipped entirely and the necessary information is provided by the Express API.
Processing Rates
Contract
Paypal does not have a contract obligation and you can cancel at any time. You do have to comply with the PayPal user agreement which you can read in full here.
Clients: You can see an exhaustive list of PayPal’s store directory here.
Amazon Payments
Amazon Payments launched in 2007 with the goal of providing users the same checkout experience they recieve from Amazon.com on other sites. Like PayPal, your customers’ transaction(s) can be conducted through Amazon Payments without leaving your website (conducted “inline”).
A plus about Amazon Payments is that your customers can have access to their 1-click shipping options, which is a feature of the Amazon.com checkout that highly increases conversions. If your customer base shops on Amazon, introducing this feature could greatly speed up your checkout process and, therefore, increase conversions.
Supported Platforms: Magento, Shopify, WooCommerce, Volusion (see other integrations here )
Processing Rates
Contracts
Amazon Payments does not operate on a contract and you can cancel your account anytime. Read more about cancellation here.
Clients: Patagonia, Jockey, Honest.Co, Blick, and more
Orbital Payment Gateway by Chase Paymentech
Chase is quite a big name to be moving in the payment gateway space. Naturally, it comes with pros and cons. One of the pros of choosing Orbital Gateway as your solution is that you may be able to get a much lower processing rate than offered by any company listed here (more on that below).
The main con stems from dealing with such a large entity. When companies are this large, they have problems maintaining customer service and providing a high quality product. Don’t expect the level of customer service from Chase that you’d get from PayPal. So, the processing rate is attractive, but it comes at a cost. Additionally, reviews of this gateway show that Orbital is very good at tailoring their pricing to the business versus a flat-rate for all types. If you are looking to lower your cost on processing rates, Orbital may be the right solution for you.
This solution has, however, racked up a lot of negative reviews.
Supported Platforms: Magento, Shopify, WooCommerce
Processing Rates
Contract
Orbital Gateway has now moved away from a contract agreement (though if you purchase through a reseller you may still encounter this) and is now on a monthly model. However, if you sign up to receive equipment from Orbital, you will probably encounter a 24-month service agreement.
World Pay
Another one of the original online payment providers, WorldPay started processing online payments in 1994. They are a global solution and have over 150,000 clients in the U.S. alone. However, because they are such a large company their customer service suffers.
Additionally, there may be some cancellation fees depending on what your WorldPay rep sets you up with in the beginning (more on that below). WorldPay is attractive in its lower rates, but it seems to be laced with fees and charges. Like Orbital, if you are looking for a lower processing rate, this gateway could be the right solution for you – but it’s going to come with a tradeoff. Overall, this solution seems outdated in both interface and pricing model. Our advice would be to read as many reviews as possible before using this solution.
Supported Platforms: BigCommerce, Magento, Spree Commerce, Shopify, WooCommerce
Processing Rates
Contract
With WorldPay, you have a contract of 3 years. Should you choose to cancel early, your fees can be anywhere from $95 – $295. You can read more about their contracts and cancellation fees here, and also take a look at the actual Terms & Conditions on their site.
That wraps it up! Thanks to the users who gave feedback in the original question - your insight helps so much. Especially from a developer's perspective as many people in this sub are owners/biz devs so it helps to have the technical perspective.
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SquirrelMail developer working on a RuggedInbox replacement

pdontthink at BitcoinTalk.org, who claims to be the main developer of SquirrelMail, posted in the former support thread for RuggedInbox.com talking about his plans to build a system similar to RuggedInbox and throws out some interesting ideas.
Hi everyone,
First, don't get over-excited about the title of my post -- that's pure conjecture at the moment, and even if it could come true, it would come with a load of caveats.
I'm the main developer of SquirrelMail and have quite a number of years of mail server experience (I make my living as a consultant for people running such systems). I'm also a big security and privacy advocate, and am no stranger to pretty much any topic around these parts. In fact, I helped the RuggedInbox admins when they were considering adding GPG to their webmail interface, and I've run mail over Tor since the early days of Tormail.
I have recently started working on a privacy-oriented email system that we had planned to take public later this year, but I randomly came upon the fact that RuggedInbox seems to have shut down for good and thought maybe we could help...
It is conceivable that if the RuggedInbox admins wanted to hand over the password hashes for their users, we could resurrect all accounts. In fact, I suppose if they want to hand over the domain, or just redirect their MX, we could keep your mail flowing. I suppose we could take all the email data, too, but that could be a bit much.
Mind you, I've not spoken with the admins, and moreover, I'm VERY MUCH NOT looking to get into the same boat that they've been in (props to them for sticking it out so long). I've seen systems attacked by DDOS, I've seen CAPTCHAs demolished, and I've watched spammers send out their filth, triggering widespread blacklistings and it's no fun.
I am a strong believer that people should be able to find a free email account that they can use without their home IP address being exposed to recipients. I don't think you should have to give your mobile number to get a simple email account. Yet, even just these two things are VERY hard to come by, at least in one place. However, the reason for this is as much practical as it is tin-foil-hat: spammers & scammers ruin it for the rest of us. It's one thing to make a strong stance as a privacy advocate, but when people abuse your service to the point that no one else will accept your email, it becomes pointless. So, sadly, you end up with these choices that coincide with anti-privacy interests: take something from your users that links them to their real world identity.
Our planned approach to this has been something of a hybrid: we'd be offering free accounts, but they'd come with fairly restrictive policies. You'd have to pay to get more features and less restrictions. Best part is that Bitcoin payments would be welcome, allowing for users to retain their privacy during signup.
Yet, there's still the DDOS problems and the consistent stream of anonymous attacks coming via Tor, but I digress.
Our service is currently operational, but it's far from feature-complete. There are some key differences, both positive (offers automatic encryption of all incoming email, other important privacy-oriented features) and negative (I'm not coming at this as an anonymous party). There's lots more to be said, but let me not digress any further.
'm putting this out to both the community and the admins of RuggedInbox to see what interest there is... and again, mind you, our launch was not intended to come nearly this soon, so there would probably be plenty of migration headaches if we were to attempt such.
Let me know what you think,
Paul
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Full tutorial for setting up a hidden service store

Hello everybody! There are a lot of vendors which reputation is very high and may be trusted for direct orders. If they do not want to rely only on third parties markets and be dependant to their downtime, death, exit scam etc. with this tutorial they will be able to easily setup a private store (and harden it a bit).
Advantages:
Disadvantages:
This tutorial will guide you with the entire procedure, from buying a server to setting up Anonymart. This tutorial assumes that you will start with a freshly installed Debian 7. Other setup and software may interfere with my setup script, so if you are unsure read the source code.

Buying the server

This is probably the hardest part. You should look for a provider who accept Bitcoin and that has not strict practices on verifying customers identities.
One of the best resources for finding out such providers is:
https://www.exoticvps.com/
While there are some providers like vultr.com which will not ask for personal details and will not complain about tor, I'd suggest to avoid such large scale companies (especially if based in the US). For example, if we assume the scenario where everybody choose Vultr because it's the easier place to obtain a server, LE may force Vultr to monitor all instances which generate tor traffic without being a a tor node. After that they may cause some seconds of downtime each and compare the result to the availability of the store. The whole point of this tutorial is to decentralize, and you really should think always about that.
On most providers you can't order via Tor with obviously fake credentials because all of them use MaxMind fraud prevention which will blacklist all orders done via Tor, VPN or anonymous proxies.
First of all install proxychains on your torified system. You can install it in Tails and debian based distributions with
sudo apt-get install proxychains
(on Whonix this step is not required)
Now, in order to place an order which seems legit to fraud prevention we need a clean ip from a residential connection. This is what Socks Proxies exist for so you should buy some at Vip72 (or obviously any other provider). The demo cost 3$ and you can pay with Bitcoin via Tor.
After your payment has been verified you should be able to browse Socks Proxies by their Country/Region.
Select one and test it via proxychains. Proxychains is useful because, as the name says, it can chain proxy, so you can connect to the specified set of proxy you want via tor.
Here's the default configuration:
[ProxyList] # add proxy here ... # meanwile # defaults set to "tor" socks4 127.0.0.1 9050 
Now add the selected proxy to the conf:
sudo nano /etc/proxychains.conf
[ProxyList] # add proxy here ... # meanwile # defaults set to "tor" socks4 127.0.0.1 9050 socks5   
Now open a browser using proxychains:
proxychains chromium
or
proxychains firefox
Keep in mind that this should not be done with tor-browser because it's iser agents and other specifics are detected by the anti fraud system.
If the socks proxy is working you should be able to browse the internet. If nothing loads, just get another socks and change the proxychains configuration.
Now go to http://www.fakenamegenerator.com/ and get something which will match your proxy and seems to be believable.
Choose your provider and try to order depending on which location you prefer and how much money you wish to spend. Keep in mind that this tutorial is aimed to full system, so if you are not ordering a dedicated server but a VPS you should select a full virtualized one (KVM, vmware, XEN-HVM). Unless you're expecting a huge load, 512MB of RAM and 10GB oh storage should be enough.
Your provider will send you an email with information to access to you control panel from where you will be able to install the operating system. This tutorial is specifically for Debian 7 x64 (x86 is ok too), but if you know what you are doing you can obviously

Basic server setup

First of all you have to generate a ssh key if you already don't have one.
ssh-keygen -t ecdsa
With that command we are generating a 256 bits ECDSA key.
If you left the dafult options you should be able to get the public key using:
cat .ssh/id_ecdsa.pub
Now login to your newly installed server. The panel should have generally asked you to provide a root password or sent via email a random generated one. Since here we're assuming that you are on Tails, Whonix or any othe system which force all connections trough tor. In particular, if you are on Tails, you should enable SSH keys persistence. If you continue on the tutorial skipping this part, you will loose your keys and the access to the server as soon as you shutdown your computer.
ssh [email protected]
Answer yes to the first question.
Now the last step:
git clone https://github.com/anonymart/anonymart.git /vawww/anonymart
sh /vawww/anonymart/bin/full_setup.sh
The installation script will update the system, remove useless packages, install the required ones, configure a nginx+php-fpm+mysql stack, configure tor, configure iptables and much more. If everything goes smoothly at the end it should tell you an onion address which will be the the url of your store and an onion address which you will use to connect via ssh to the server instead of the original ip.

Configure anonymart

Now go to your new url. You will be redirected to /settings/create where you will create the basic settings for yout store. Choose a very strong password. Bitcoin address for payments will be generated using your Electrum master key (which can't be used to spend the coins) using BIP32.

Final

I've already coded a small script where vendors may enter their onion url signed with their GPG key. The script will look up on Grams for that GPG key and match the vendor to the url and add it to a public database. If some stores start to popup, i will make it available as a hidden service.
Donations: 12xjgV2sUSMrPAeFHj3r2sgV6wSjt2QMBP

Some notes on anonymart

The original developer of anonymart has decided to abandon the project because interested in something else. I was already collaborating with him before that decision so he decided to pass to me the lead of it. I've reviewed part of the code and i haven't seen security issues, but this doesn't mean it's 100% secure. I'll do my best to review it all and add some missing features like:
  • Two factor authentication
  • Switch from blockchain.info api to lookup on Electrum stratum servers
  • Add the possibility to add more than one image per product
  • Change the order id from incremental to a random one
  • Add JSON api to list store products to facilitate third parties search engines
Unfortunately I'm not very familiar with laravel yet, so before messing with the code I'd need some times, so don't expect huge updates soon.
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[WTS]

Premium domains for sale ...
I'm prepared to take payment in DarkCoin, Vertcoin, BTC or LTC
Please PM your offers, and if you like any of the domains, then please comment below. I appreciate the encouragement and feedback. I hope I'm making the right decision to sell them!
You can also directly email me at the address shown here: http://jpr.im/jpr.jpg
These are great Bitcoin related domains. Check out the list below, and contact me through Reddit or via the BitCoinTalk forums: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=343629.0
"Trust" is a very important concept in the Bitcoin world, and owning a premium domain is a business advantage.
All domains are based at Enom and will be pushed to your account, or transferred away with ease.
With that said ... here are my Bitcoin domains for sale.
BitcoinAccountant.com A keyword rich domain suitable for accountants, tax advice, financial guidance and more. This domain is easily branded and represents one of the most lucrative Bitcoin services.
BitcoinEscrowService.com An obvious choice for an escrow service. This is another industry that is set to grow in importance, as more people use Bitcoin.
BitcoinVisionary.com If you were an early adopter, and see yourself as a Bitcoin consultant, then this is a great domain. Easily branded, and conveys trust and instant respect. The perfect domain for a blog or personal site ...
BitcoinTraded.com An excellent domain for an exchange, or any type of market place. This domain could also be easily branded to a service, an application or a premium blog. It's quite easy to remember and looks great when put on paper.
BitcoinPreferred.com ** SOLD ** This is the Bitcoin version of "Visa Preferred", and well branded, international concept by big bad Visa. Setup a business and brand this idea. Charge merchants for services or offer advice.
BitcoinExchanged.com Another excellent domain for a Bitcoin exchange. It seems Mt. Gox owns BitcoinExchange.com so you will no doubt pickup type traffic for free, forever. A nice sounding domain, just perfect for an exchange.
BitcoinFanpage.com You can redirect this back to a Facebook fanpage, or setup a blog or premium website. This is a great domain to collect Bitcoin news, or get feedback from other Bitcoin fans. You could sell advertising or setup a fanpage building service, for Bitcoin.
BitcoinCompetition.com Thinking about running a Bitcoin competition? It's so easy, with the transparent nature of the blockchain. Run a lottery, a dice game or any type of competition. Use the domain to list other people's games - or think outside the box, and setup a website about alternative crypto currencies.
BitcoinManagers.com An excellent domain for an investment group. Manage other people's Bitcoin or offer financial advice. Manage the development of the Bitcoin eco-system, setup a wallet style exchange. Lots of possibility.
BitcoinBankruptcy.com You know it's going to happen right? Offer bankruptcy advice for those in financial trouble. Or, setup one of those conspiracy blogs, and discuss the end of our beloved Bitcoin. A great domain for accountants and lawyers alike Smiley
BitcoinAuditing.com Another useful domain for an accounting firm. This would also brand well, for an online service that allows people to perform security audits on their existing infrastructure. It could also be used as a consultation blog or website
BitcoinCoding.com Perfect for web developers, that want to offer their programming and design skills for Bitcoin. This is a good domain for a blog or website, that discusses the code and maths behind Bitcoin.
BitcoinSold.com A great domain for the sale of Bitcoin - both in Virtual and physical format. A nice domain to setup a consultation blog, or a full blown exchange.
BitcoinTrainer.com A great domain for someone who wants to train others how to use Bitcoin. Teach people how to integrate the Bitcoin system into their local business. OR ... setup a personal trainer website, and accept Bitcoin?
BitcoinRequired.com ** SOLD ** Setup an online or offline service, a product or a consultation business based around the idea of Bitcoin being "required". This is perfect for certain industries where chargebacks are high.
BitcoinSells.com An interesting domain, perhaps for a buys/sells style exchange. It could also be used as a positive blog, that explains the advantages of Bitcoin etc.
BitcoinPioneer.com Were you around when Bitcoin was a few dollars? You're a true Bitcoin pioneer! Brand yourself or your business. Demand respect and setup your own personal blog, premium website or Bitcoin service.
BitcoinLion.com A nice, catchy brandable domain name. Perfect for a consultant, or a service service business. For the more imaginative ... how about selling lions? (hey, that might be a stretch ok)
BitcoinGuidance.com A great domain for a financial or legal consultant. Offer guidance on all matters Bitcoin. This domain inspires instant trust and brands well.
BitcoinHigh.com Want to get high? Setup a drug or pharmaceutical website, offer advice and sell drug related stuff. OR ... setup a trading blog, website or service and indicate the industry highs and lows ...
BitcoinDiversification.com Another useful name, for a consultant, or a service that allows Bitcoin advocates to diversify their holdings. Sell physical Bitcoins, gold or silver, or setup some kind of arbitrage exchange that will allow customers to diversify their funds.
OneClickBitcoin.com A great domain for a plugin, a service or a business that sells products/services. Easily branded and very catchy. You could setup a browser extension, or create an instant exchange with this domain.
BitcoinProfessional.com Another excellent domain for a consultant. If you're looking for that extra bit of professional reputation, then this domain may work well for you. You could list other professionals. Perfect for tax, financial & legal professionals.
BargainBitcoins.com Another great domain for an exchange or trading website. Very catchy and brandable. If you firmly believe that Bitcoins are a current bargain, then let the world know. Setup a blog, a premium website or service. Can also be used for physical Bitcoin sales.
BitcoinsBuyer.com Another domain for an exchange, or perhaps a business that buys physical Bitcoins. Quite simple and easily branded.
BitcoinSupporters.com Are you a Bitcoin supporter? Of course you are ... now let the world know! This is the perfect website for community groups, a forum, a blog or service. The Bitcoin world is still so tiny, so gather people together and help them understand Bitcoin Smiley
BitcoinSpotPrice.com A good domain name for a price/exchange comparison system. This could also be a useful blog or website where you discuss the volatile nature of Bitcoin.
BitcoinSocialNetwork.com Thinking about setting up a social network, based on Bitcoin? What a great idea, and an even better domain name! Bitcoin allows micropayments, and this will change the world in ways we cannot imagine. Create your own social network and integrate the Bitcoin payment systems into the very core ...
BitcoinConsultant.us An excellent domain for a Bitcoin consultant based in the United States. Short, simple, easily branded and looks great on a business card. If you have made money buying and selling Bitcoin, then you can start your own consultation business in minutes ...
BitcoinService.net A nice domain - the "Bitcoin Service Network", could list different services, and is suitable for a blog or domain.
BuyingBitcoins.info A nice domain for an exchange, or an information based blog that offers advice on buying Bitcoins. The .info extension is quite unique and this domain is easily branded. Know anything about buying bitcoins? Let the world know, through your new website Smiley
BitcoinTradingSpot.com Another excellent Bitcoin exchange domain name. Start your own exchange, or setup an auction/buying system and let people buy and sell products and services. The "Bitcoin Trading Spot" is easily branded and suitable for many business models.
BitcoinsExchange.net The "Bitcoins Exchange Network" - another useful domain for a Bitcoin exchange. Setup a local exchange, buy and sell products and services. Bitcoin continues to grow so help connect buyers to sellers and earn a slice!
Bitcoin-Arbitrage.com A nice, simply hyphenated domain name based around the idea of Bitcoin arbritage. Setup a blog, an automated service, a product or consultation website. The volatile nature of Bitcoin means arbritage can be very profitable.
BitcoinCounsel.com An excellent domain for legal counsel, or financial advice. As the early adopters become rich, they will need solid advice on a range of tax, legal and financial issues. Start a service business, offer a product or publish a blog on important issues.
BitcoinFreelancers.net The "Bitcoin Freelancers Network" is an easily branded domain that allows designers and programmers to list their services. Lots of opportunity here!
OnlineCasinoBitcoin.com A keyword rich domain, that is sure to get plenty of free organic website traffic. Setup a casino directory, your own Bitcoin casino, a blog or website on gambling. Lots of opportunity here Smiley
BitcoinOpenExchange.com A nice domain based around the idea of open source Bitcoin exchange. This domain inspires trust, and could be used to setup a localbitcoins.com competitor.
BitcoinCharityFoundation.com A great domain for a charity fund, an organization or consultation business. List charities, accept donations or run an information based blog Smiley
BitcoinBranch.com A short domain for an exchange. Could be useful for a bricks and mortar style business. Call into your local "Bitcoin Branch" to withdraw your Bitcoins! Nice and simple and easily brandable.
BitcoinCleaner.com Create a Bitcoin tumbler, or cleaning service. Accept Bitcoins from customers, mix and blend them inside your cleaning system, and output fresh, clean Bitcoins. OR, setup a cleaning business, that only accepts Bitcoins. Lots of opportunity here Smiley
BitcoinBio.com A great domain for a bio or pharmaceutical compay. It's also a nice short domain, for a consultant that wants to put his/her bio online. Great for a personal blog or something bigger ...
BitcoinArmour.com A brandable domain for a product, a service or a public information website. Security is becoming more and more important - and this domain lends itself to lots of ideas.
Thanks for taking the time to read :)
PM me, email me, or shoot me a message on Bitcointalk.
Equivalent Vertcoin, DarkCoin, LTC or BTC accepted!
Cheers, Johnathan My email is shown here: http://jpr.im/jpr.jpg
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BitPay – Accept Bitcoin Payments - YouTube So You Want To Use Bitcoin On Your Website? How to use Block.IO API with PHP How to integrate bitpay payment gateway in php website How to integrate Bitcoin payments on your website / webshop

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