Wat als ik kom te overlijden? Bitcoins en erfgenamen.

Looking for a good "deadman's switch" to send Bitcoin info to family member in case of death

Ideally it would be in the form of an email. For example, it would monitor my FaceBook logins and send out an email if it does not detect a login within 15 days, etc...
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Deadman's switch on 4ch/v/ activated and shows that AI is literally everywhere watching and listening to us all the time. Creepy shit /r/conspiracy

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Deadman's switch on 4ch/v/ activated and shows that AI is literally everywhere watching and listening to us all the time. Creepy shit /conspiracy submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

We all know there's tech available to fake live interaction such as interviews. With that being said, Is Assange alive? Was he killed in October of 2016 because of his links to Seth Rich? He hasn't signed anything with his PGP since then.His deadman switch was activated into the bitcoin blockchain.

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CryptoWill- Deadman's switch bitcoin wallet implanted as biometric device sends your bitcoins to preselected recipient when your heart stops beating... coming soon

CryptoWill- Deadman's switch bitcoin wallet implanted as biometric device sends your bitcoins to preselected recipient when your heart stops beating... coming soon submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Exchange-Feature-Request: Deadman Switch /r/Bitcoin

Exchange-Feature-Request: Deadman Switch /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Did wikileaks rely on Twitter for the deadman switch? /r/WhereIsAssange

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Did wikileaks rely on Twitter for the deadman switch? /WhereIsAssange submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: If real, the Deadman's Switch first part? /r/WhereIsAssange

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: If real, the Deadman's Switch first part? /WhereIsAssange submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Looking for a good "deadman's switch" to send Bitcoin info to family member in case of death /r/Bitcoin

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Was Epstein behind an anonymous team that created Satoshi Nakamoto?

"The behavior of termites, together with ants and bees, is a precursor to trust because they have an extraordinary ability to form relationships and sophisticated social structures based on mutual altruism even though individually they are fundamentally dumb. Money itself is a derivative of trust. If we can figure out how termites come together, then we may be able to better understand the underlying principles of market behavior -- and make big money."
—Jeffrey Epstein, Letter to Martin Nowak (evolutionary game theory scientist), 2002. https://nymag.com/nymetro/news/people/n_7912/index.html
——————————————————— “I have this idea of a future with virtual peer to peer banking. A kind of decentralized and secured system. Gone would be the times that governments and banks can track and interfere with our money transfers. Or even interfere with the total amount of money on earth. My envisioned sytem would have a fixed total amount of money. But each money unit (say virtual coin) is divisable indefinitely. So a kind of deflation would replace inflation. The total value of the money in the world would be a fixed number. It poses no problem for liquidity, because the currency can be divided anytime. However maybe people will not spend their money much, because it's value will increase often. Other problems raise in the areas of security, malicious use, and how to come towards such system from current systems? These are just ideas, I like to hear comments or about net resources on this subject.”
—X, UK finance forum, 2002. https://archive.ph/T7ZBD
——————————————————— “My studies are not complete as I am working on the intersection between evolutionary dynamics, social statistical mechanics, game theory, computational biology and synthetic biology in an attempt to discover the mathematical underpinnings of competition verses cooperation. Included in this is an attempt to formularize the efficiencies of social prosthetic systems. First attempts have been to analogize it to heat and energy transfers across variable resistance nodal networks. I'm further attempting to find a derivation of “power” (Why does everybody want it?) in an ecological social system that would include variables for reputation, trust or awe and the inherent strategically diverse tactics of deception.”
—Jeffrey Epstein, application to secure Visiting Fellowship position at Harvard. 2006. https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/6880926/HarvardEpsteinReport.pdf
——————————————————— “A purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash would allow online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution. Digital signatures provide part of the solution, but the main benefits are lost if a trusted third party is still required to prevent double-spending. We propose a solution to the double-spending problem using a peer-to-peer network. The network timestamps transactions by hashing them into an ongoing chain of hash-based proof-of-work, forming a record that cannot be changed without redoing the proof-of-work. The longest chain not only serves as proof of the sequence of events witnessed, but proof that it came from the largest pool of CPU power. As long as a majority of CPU power is controlled by nodes that are not cooperating to attack the network, they'll generate the longest chain and outpace attackers. The network itself requires minimal structure. Messages are broadcast on a best effort basis, and nodes can leave and rejoin the network at will, accepting the longest proof-of-work chain as proof of what happened while they were gone.
Commerce on the Internet has come to rely almost exclusively on financial institutions serving as trusted third parties to process electronic payments. While the system works well enough for most transactions, it still suffers from the inherent weaknesses of the trust based model. Completely non-reversible transactions are not really possible, since financial institutions cannot avoid mediating disputes. The cost of mediation increases transaction costs, limiting the minimum practical transaction size and cutting off the possibility for small casual transactions, and there is a broader cost in the loss of ability to make non-reversible payments for non- reversible services. With the possibility of reversal, the need for trust spreads. Merchants must be wary of their customers, hassling them for more information than they would otherwise need. A certain percentage of fraud is accepted as unavoidable. These costs and payment uncertainties can be avoided in person by using physical currency, but no mechanism exists to make payments over a communications channel without a trusted party.”
—Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin Whitepaper, 2008. https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
—————————other relevant links: 2017: Epstein publicly endorsed Bitcoin as a store of value, publically funded many bitcoin “maximalist” projects HODLr since when?
2013: Links and instructions on accessing Cheese Pizza embedded on the bitcoin blockchain on blk00052 Ultimate deadman’s switch?
2013: Death of Dave Kleinman, PALM BEACH COUNTY POLICE Computer Forensics Expert and reputed encrypter of Satoshi’s 1 million Bitcoin Investigating said deadman’s switch or Epstein’s encrypted CP/blackmail confiscated by Palm Beach County police?
2003-2008: Paul Calder LeRoux “Solotsi”, #1 Bitcoin programmer candidate sets up dozens of shell companies for money laundering, drug trafficking, weapons trafficking, mining/logging enterprises, paying off assassinations. He is the founder of E4M/TrueCrypt—only encryption unbreakable by NSA according to Snowden. He is also proported to be the bastard grandson of a US senator. He lobbied Mugabe with the help of Ari Ben-Menashe of Israeli intelligence once. He came under satoshi speculation after being mentioned in a footnote of redacted Wright vs Kleinman Estate case, coincidentally being litigated by Virginia Guiffry’s law firm.
August 2019: Computer-Generated Deep Fake AI Satoshi Nakamoto? No further confirmation of this guy has appeared, either as a real person or as further proof he is Satoshi. Seems to be hiding behind mysterious shell company.
*my post got removed from bitcoin for being off-topic and deleted from Epstein probably for mentioning pizzagate, can it find a home here?
Edit: added Jeffrey’s Visiting Fellowship statement from the Harvard Report
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Deadman switch activated on Dread

From Dread
HugBunter's Deadman Has Been Switched
Don't panic we have contingencies for this.
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Hash: SHA256
Bitcoin Blockheight: 596837
Block Hash: 00000000000000000001392879d1aa00ceef235690227437315aa003593e594e
HugBunter's deadman has been switched. It has been three full days without any contact when in all purposes the site update should have been pushed already. Hug does disappear at times and recently he disappeared for just over a day do to personal problems. All I can hope is he is alive and well. Not harmed, captured, or dead.
However we must assume the worse in this case. If something happend and he is alive he will be able to validate himself with a signed PGP message and some internal information.
If he does not return in one weeks time from his message all server's content will be removed and the source code for dread will be released to the open public. In it's current state (without the upgrades that HugBunter was suppost to push three days ago) the site would be full of spam and phishing in no time. On the final days before dread's maintance system was turned on, hours of time per day was spent removing content and accounts spamming the forum. It was unusable.
This downtime was only suppost to be a few days at most to get the final touches to the codebase upgrade done without needing to handle all the spam at the same time. While HugBunter at times does disappear for days he generally doesn't do it when dread is down and can't be brought back up. I just hope he is alive.
There might be a simple explaination for this (health problems for example) but until that time we must assume the worse.
At this time if you need a darknet discussion forum there is
Darknet Avengers: http://avengersdutyk3xf.onion
Envoy Forum: http://envoys5appps3bin.onion
The Hub Forum: http://thehub7xbw4dc5r2.onion
I wish everyone the best,
Paris
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Was Epstein behind an anonymous team that created Satoshi Nakamoto?

Was Epstein behind an anonymous team that created Satoshi Nakamoto?
"The behavior of termites, together with ants and bees, is a precursor to trust because they have an extraordinary ability to form relationships and sophisticated social structures based on mutual altruism even though individually they are fundamentally dumb. Money itself is a derivative of trust. If we can figure out how termites come together, then we may be able to better understand the underlying principles of market behavior -- and make big money."
—Jeffrey Epstein, Letter to Martin Nowak (evolutionary game theory scientist), 2002. https://nymag.com/nymetro/news/people/n_7912/index.html
——————————————————— “I have this idea of a future with virtual peer to peer banking. A kind of decentralized and secured system. Gone would be the times that governments and banks can track and interfere with our money transfers. Or even interfere with the total amount of money on earth. My envisioned sytem would have a fixed total amount of money. But each money unit (say virtual coin) is divisable indefinitely. So a kind of deflation would replace inflation. The total value of the money in the world would be a fixed number. It poses no problem for liquidity, because the currency can be divided anytime. However maybe people will not spend their money much, because it's value will increase often. Other problems raise in the areas of security, malicious use, and how to come towards such system from current systems? These are just ideas, I like to hear comments or about net resources on this subject.”
—X, UK finance forum, 2002. https://archive.ph/T7ZBD
——————————————————— “A purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash would allow online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution. Digital signatures provide part of the solution, but the main benefits are lost if a trusted third party is still required to prevent double-spending. We propose a solution to the double-spending problem using a peer-to-peer network. The network timestamps transactions by hashing them into an ongoing chain of hash-based proof-of-work, forming a record that cannot be changed without redoing the proof-of-work. The longest chain not only serves as proof of the sequence of events witnessed, but proof that it came from the largest pool of CPU power. As long as a majority of CPU power is controlled by nodes that are not cooperating to attack the network, they'll generate the longest chain and outpace attackers. The network itself requires minimal structure. Messages are broadcast on a best effort basis, and nodes can leave and rejoin the network at will, accepting the longest proof-of-work chain as proof of what happened while they were gone.
Commerce on the Internet has come to rely almost exclusively on financial institutions serving as trusted third parties to process electronic payments. While the system works well enough for most transactions, it still suffers from the inherent weaknesses of the trust based model. Completely non-reversible transactions are not really possible, since financial institutions cannot avoid mediating disputes. The cost of mediation increases transaction costs, limiting the minimum practical transaction size and cutting off the possibility for small casual transactions, and there is a broader cost in the loss of ability to make non-reversible payments for non- reversible services. With the possibility of reversal, the need for trust spreads. Merchants must be wary of their customers, hassling them for more information than they would otherwise need. A certain percentage of fraud is accepted as unavoidable. These costs and payment uncertainties can be avoided in person by using physical currency, but no mechanism exists to make payments over a communications channel without a trusted party.”
—Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin Whitepaper, 2008. https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
—————————other relevant links:
2017: Epstein publicly endorsed Bitcoin as a store of value, publically funded many bitcoin “maximalist” projects HODLr since when?
2013: Links and instructions on accessing Cheese Pizza embedded on the bitcoin blockchain on blk00052 Ultimate deadman’s switch?
2013: Death of Dave Kleinman, PALM BEACH COUNTY POLICE Computer Forensics Expert and reputed encrypter of Satoshi’s 1 million Bitcoin Investigating said deadman’s switch or Epstein’s encrypted CP confiscated by police?
2003-2008: Paul Calder LeRoux “Solotsi”, #1 Bitcoin programmer candidate sets up DOZENS OF SHELL COMPANIES for money laundering, drug trafficking, weapons trafficking, mining/logging enterprises, paying off assassinations. He is the founder of E4M/TrueCrypt—only encryption unbreakable by NSA according to Snowden. He is also proported to be the bastard grandson of a US senator. He lobbied Mugabe with the help of Ari Ben-Menashe of Israeli intelligence once. He came under satoshi speculation after being mentioned in a footnote of redacted Wright vs Kleinman Estate case, coincidentally being litigated by Virginia Guiffry’s law firm.
August 2019: Computer-Generated Deep Fake AI Satoshi Nakamoto? No further confirmation of this guy has appeared, either as a real person or as further proof he is Satoshi. Seems to be hiding behind mysterious shell company.
*my post got removed from bitcoin for being off-topic and deleted from Epstein probably for mentioning pizzagate, can it find a home here?
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All of the AMA questions/comments from the darkoverlord re: 9/11 insurance leak extortion here

Q: This doesn't seem like something a group that uses the darkweb would do in public.
A: This is something we do. We can't speak for the others. This is our modus operandi. We like to do everything we can to squeeze every last coin out of our victims. We're financially motivated.
For everyone else asking why we're not dumping it all, we have. It's available to torrent.
Our official Press Release with more info is available here: pastebin.com/4F5R8QyQ
Q: 9.8 gigs seems a lot for just documents. Does it include videos or audio recordings? A: We're withholding anything that isn't text-readable for now.
Q: who did 9/11 in your opinion based on the docs? A: We don't really give a fuck. We want internet money.
We've already released a select few documents to serve as proof of our claims. We're about to change the fucking world. Edward Snowden's NSA leak will be pale in comparison.
Q: (ID: QYsiPYKc) A: When we deal with clients who have PoF, we provide such presentations.
We're quite wealthy, earning hundreds of BTC per year in profit from our systematic cyber-extortion. GCHQ coined that term for us. You can read their advisory about this organisation.
Q: Hi, thedarkoverlord, Have you considered that information may well be used crash the monetary system you hope to be compensated in? A: Fantastic question, mate. We're not concerned about that as we receive our payments only in internet money like Bitcoin. The monetary crash will be your problem. We always advise our clients to diversify and acquire different convertible currencies.
Q: Explain attack vector that lead to initial shell. Web based? Misconfigired service? Well known exploit? A: Nice try, Mandiant.
Q: How? You stated that your intent was to sell it to the highest bidder. That just means that it will get buried. A: We're financially motivated. We're not motivated by saving the planet.
Q: Waiting for overlords dead man switch A: We have several layers of 'dead man's switches' deployed. This is why the entire archive we'd plan to release is freely downloadable now. We're sitting on our high entropy master encryption keys that can be released through even a failure of the organisation.
Q: The thing is, I (and few others) are willing to pay. Provided that OP understands at least basics how such trades are executed. A: We're highly reputable, having sold hundreds of BTC worth of intellectual property, R&D, databases, and more. Our official contact details are in our office Press Release. Please contact us using PGP. We'll happily conform to your requirements to substantiate our loot.
Q: if you DO get paid then we can assume the world's not save because you'd not release them right? A: That's correct. We're not here to save the world. We're here to get paid internet money. We're not motivated by ego or charity, only money.
Q: Hey thedarkoverlord, give us something for free you poofters. A: We already have. Pay attention, fag.
For everyone speaking about the hack of a global insurer, you should understand how sophisticated litigation works. We're sitting on SSI and SCI from TSA, FBI, FAA, USDOJ, and others. Refer to our official PR for more information.
Q: Thoughts on Cicada 3301 and WikiLeaks? particularly who is behind Cicada? A: We don't speculate on other organisations. We focus on ourselves.
Q: Do you have a timeline you can disclose for releasing each layer? A: There is a timeline, but we can't share details about that.
Q: Your group could have chosen to privately auction this info to the same exact bidders you will likely get through these public antics. That makes me question your timing. Why disrupt our system of things and way of life now ( assuming your I do is as world changing as you state)? Why now? A: Tis the season.
Q: I don't give a shit what he wants I'll kick in 20 bucks for anything that peaks my interest one single doc to prove it's not a nothing burger with no strings attached I've been sitting on btc since 50 btc blocks. A: Ff you'd like to be the first person to purchase a single file or two from us, you're welcome to. We'd happily sell you something right now. Our Twitter has our e-mail on it. Get in contact, mate.
Q: what would anyone who is selling world shattering documents for millions of dollars try selling them on 4chan? A: We're not selling anything on 4chan. We're working SEO right now. Google 'thedarkoverlord' and see for yourself. It's driving a tremendous amount of traffic to our content. This is all calculated and pre-arranged.
Q: Fuck yeah based hackerman. I read the release, make those fuckers pay for breaking the deal. They should pay extra just for being so stupid to let you find anything in their network in the first place. Too easy probably, IT people are lazy as fuck. Get paid. A: We've probably hacked your company too.
Q: I'd be willing to chip in with others to see it if I was sure it would be world shaking info. Not something the average person would change the TV when it came up on the news. On a scale of 1-10 how system breaking is the info? A: You're the smart one here, asking the right questions. We'd say it's a 7.5, all things considered. Snowden may have been a 5.5, maybe a 6. More people care about 911 than USA spying. Now, our next release about UFOs, yeah, that's a 10 mate, but it's going to wait until we're done here. If you'd like to buy 911 documents from us, read the answers above.
Anyone can see ample proof on our official PR and our official Twitter @tdo_h4ck3rs. This is quiet real. We'd like to top Edward Snowden. Everyone saying they're coming for us: we know. GCHQ has published advisories about us and the Billings Gazette news publisher leaked the fact that the CIA and NSA event attempted to locate us last year in October after we closed down 50.000 students and 36 schools in an entire region of Montana for 7 days. This is readily available news.
Q: Actually appears legit. On a scale of 1 to 10, how likely do you think it is that your leak could cause a former-sitting president to get lynched? Also, hope your DMS shoots to a Blockchian. A: We'd rather not say, for fear of his safety.
We'll be sharing a few new screencaps momentarily, to stir the pot a bit.
Q: why are you doing ransom instead of exploiting this information for insider trading A: We're experts in systematic cyber-extortion, according to GCHQ. We do what we're best at.
Q: Do you have anything really damaging on Hillary or Obama? A: We're unwilling to answer this question.
Q: Holy kek, FreeBSD is one of the most insecure OS, no joke. A: We utilise Windows Embedded.
Q: That's a bit of a lame answer. Why pick a risky strategy like cyber extortion, when you can stay under the radar, and do insider trading from a beach in Asia? A: We don't discuss out TTPs in public.
Q: So given your financial motivation, is it safe to assume you’re “group” is more anarchy than order? That is to say, are you looking to shift power,take power, or destroy power? A: We're not interested in power, only internet money.
Q: Their answer here will actually clue in their degree of technical competency. I'd add - justify why it will reach this price. A: We haven't shared a price, at all. Depending on what a buyer would like, we adjust our offer.
Q: Iron Mountain is a military base. Why is a WTC Insurer shredding documents on it? A: Great question. We'll direct you to ur official PR which details it. We'll quote the issue for you below:
"When major incidents like the WTC 911 incident happen, part of the litigation must involve SSI (Sensitive Security Information) and SCI (Special Compartment Information) from the likes of the FBI, CIA, TSA, FAA, DOD, and others being introduced into evidence, but of course this can't become public, for fear of compromising a nation's security, so they temporarily release these materials to the solicitor firms involved in the litigation with the strict demand they're destroyed after their use and that remain highly protected and confidential to only be used behind closed doors. However, humans aren't perfect and many of these documents don't become destroyed, and when thedarkoverlord comes along hacking all these solicitor firms, investment banks, and global insurers, we stumble upon the juiciest secrets a government has to offer."
Q: Hey do you take hack requests? I have a couple of bitcoins... A: Visit our official Twitter @tdo_h4ck3rs where our contact details are readily available. We operate on a strict protocol and often times require bonding.
Q: why leak on new years eve A: Because it forces about a dozen Fortune 500 companies in the UK and USA to build damage control and COA plans on their New Years holiday, robbing them of any pleasure and bringing in their new year at a new low.
Q: if i purchase the doc's, whats stopping me uploading it everywhere? will you guys get annoyed? A: Once we're paid, they're yours. You do as we you wish. We couldn't care any less.
Q: yeah has there been any strange shit happening that makes you think they're on to you or that you've being targetted already? A: Other than them telling victims to pay us because it's the best move to save their arses, we sleep like babies.
Q: Likes,kind of a career ending big heist, don't you think? A: We already live like the ending of a great heist movie, on warm beaches with loads of internet money. We're quite happy.
Q: Why do you care about their pleasure or them starting new year at all time low, thought this was all just business? A: It's all business. Psychologically, they're most vulnerable when this process is used and it resutls in higher success rates for us.
Q: Apparently the guy they caught was in Serbia. A: A complete random stranger.
Q: The question about crypto was good, do you have any predictions about BTC next year and do you think it's still the best currency to invest in? A: We predict we'll earn even more BTC. As our clients are paying us while we have them bent over a barrel, we always advise them to buy up for their personal portfolios.
Q: Do you have a deadman set up A: We do.
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Assange to be arrested?

Assange to be arrested? submitted by TomPain1776 to WhereIsAssange [link] [comments]

I have never been more impressed by Coinkite. So few bitcoin services acknowledge the inevitability of death, much less help make sure your coins don't die with you.

I have never been more impressed by Coinkite. So few bitcoin services acknowledge the inevitability of death, much less help make sure your coins don't die with you. submitted by -XB- to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Software you would like to see added to HomelabOS?

Note, this is not intended to be an ask that anyone do anything to add this software to HomelabOS. Rather it's intended to capture the list of software I want to add eventually. Perhaps it will be of interest to others. I'm also curious to see what's on other people's lists.
Here's my top 3:
Media
Payments
Security
Collaboration
Communication
Pastebin
Filesharing
Search
Sysadmin
Accounting
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Remember to leave your keys in your testament

After I showed bitcoin to my parents, they managed to stump me with a question: what happens when you die?
Banks will give the executor access to the funds when you give them a death certificate, and will let you drill safety deposit boxes. But you need fundamentally different preparations for bitcoins. A bit of searching shows that this has been discussed a few times, but really it should be included in more bitcoin tutorials out there. If you're going to hold a significant amount of bitcoins, then you really should write a will giving away your private key. To discourage your lawyer from stealing the money, it could be in a tamper-evident sealed envelope, or in a safety deposit box, or in some secret place identified by a treasure map in your will.
Redditors have suggested more sophisticated alternatives that require less trust, but more technical savvy. You can have your key sent out by a deadman switch instead of a will. Your can encrypt your key as long as your heirs know how to decrypt it. You can distribute your private key in shards with a technique called Shamir's secret sharing. Shamir's system allows some of the shards to be lost, but some minimum number must be assembled to unlock. If we got smart contracts up and running, maybe it could all be done on the blockchain. If there's no activity in your wallet for a month, the bitcoins are automatically distributed to your family's addresses? If a number of designated people vote that you are in fact dead, the funds are passed on?
Redditors have suggested the following deadman switches: http://www.deadmansswitch.net/ https://deathswitch.com/ http://www.deadman.io/
For Shamir, the following have been proposed: http://point-at-infinity.org/ssss/ - linux or unix only http://passguardian.com/ https://www.bitaddress.org
I read about people putting all their retirement savings into bitcoin, some of them in brain wallets, and I think more awareness should be raised about this issue.
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CIA Leaks...my pet theory of everything

This was from another comment of mine. I had predicted the leaks were going to be all about the CIA. Someone found that a bit ago, and asked me to expound on why that was. I love Assange for what he has done. But, I would ask you to consider this, and remember this information is STILL super useful. But, I still believe it is possible that Assange was compromised. This is how I think it worked. Please tell me what you think!
My comment from other thread:
I was hoping I was wrong, because to me this substantiates the theory that he was taken or compromised by the CIA specifically. Assange is likely now a CIA asset. That doesn't mean these leaks aren't still useful, just that their purpose needs to be addressed. My theory starts with one about Snowden.
Now, I was a huge Snowden fan, and called all those people framing him as controlled opposition shills and fuckfaces and all that yadda yadda, I bought that hook line and sinker, because I didn't understand the motive until the other day.
I stumbled across someone else's theory about Snowden. They asked me to look at the effect of the Snowden leaks, and the depth of the content. It was a chilling effect. The idea behind the Snowden leaks was that the NSA is all powerful, all knowing, and had been forever. So, if you ever thought you were getting something past them, you were fucking wrong. And managed to do this without giving you anything substantial you could do anything about. Because as it played out, the actual legal methodology that justified what they were doing was explained. Doesn't matter what we think ethically about the NSA, now there is this idea that it is legal.
tl;dr - Snowden leaks were a fucking advertisement to the power and scope of the NSA. Total psyop.
So, now we get to the CIA, they took this one step further. Not only is this an advertisement for their prowess in cyber warfare, but it is shown that their tools "got loose into the wild". And a "hacker" on 4chan conveniently comes along and demonstrates the truth of that statement. Shows that he has in fact installed these programs and that they work on his personal machine. Now, I did not see that thread, but the rumor of it has already spread as truth. So, for all intents and purposes, it is believed now.
What does that accomplish? A couple things. First of all it adds to the mythology that the CIA are fucking retarded and incompetent. They have been pushing this for some time. But, in addition to that, since "any hacker on 4chan" could be using these tools, they no longer have any culpability when any attacks are found to be using their tools' fingerprints. They have given doubt to anyone who might want to go after them for using this shit because "we lost control of those tools long ago, and who knows might be using them, but it's not us because wikileaks caught us and we learnt our lessons...plus remember we are retarded!"
Now, let's go back to when Assange panicked and dropped those pre-commits and encrypted insurance files. At that time his deadman's switch was engaged, and all of the keys were dumped into the Bitcoin blockchain. It is my belief that the substance of the wikileaks from today are contianed in the original insurance files. There have been quiet projects going on to unlock those files, despite them going to great pains to prevent it. I don't know how successful they were, but we can suppose that the CIA expected someone to be successful.
So, this information was already compromised. Releasing it now under their controlled narrative doesn't hurt them. And, just like the NSA, these are likely all of their old techniques and they have long since developed new ones. I have been trying to put all this together for awhile, what do you think?
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How lock_time could have rescued Silkroad bitcoins.

There's a little-known feature built into bitcoin to let you make transactions that are only valid after a certain time or certain blockheight. Silk Road could have used this feature to put a deadman's switch on the BTC they were holding.
For every bitcoin that you gave to SR, they could have sent you a signed transaction that lets you send the BTC back to yourself after, say, 4000 blocks (about 1 month). You hold on to that transaction but can't submit it until it's time.
If everything works as normal then before the month is up, SR sends the BTC from that contract to a new, fresh address. This makes the contract worthless. You'd need to sign in and download another deadman's switch.
But if SR gets captured, within a month, your contract transaction is good and you get your money back. You're still trusting SR to do it right and not steal your money but at least if the server turns off, you still get your money. In fact, SR doesn't even need to send the transactions specifically to you. They could just put the transactions on a blog somewhere and everyone could keep a copy.
  • Do the current miners relay and mine these transactions? It would be interesting to try this out.
  • Hopefully, SR's replacement will have something like this. In looking for a replacement, everyone's going to want this feature!
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Exchange-Feature-Request: Deadman Switch

Yesterday I had the idea, that exchanges should implement a deadman switch feature, which goes like this:
The exchange should also produce a verbal rundown of the deadman switch, sign it digitally and offer a PDF download of it for legal clarification.
So if the associate of the various exchanges lurk around Bitcoin, this would be a very nice feature to have and would diminish the risk of holding fiat in an exchange a little.
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