This was funny to read and also quite informative
tl; dr: Don't post your boardingpass on social media
Bitcoin Optech newsletter #115 is here:
- recommends checking for nodes vulnerable to the InvDoS attack
- describes the InvDoS attack
- summarizes "Stealing onchain fees from LN HTLC" attack
- links to announcement of the Crypto Open Patent Alliance
IRS bounty of $625K USD to "Provide information and technical
capabilities for CI Special Agents to trace transaction inputs and outputs to a specific user and differentiate them from mixins/multisig actors for Monero and/or Lightning Layer 2 cryptocurrency transactions with minimal involvement of external vendors"
While Proof-Of-Work has been traditionally used to power blockchains, it was originally suggested for DoS protection. Tor devs have been exploring the space and we believe that such a system could work wonders against the DoS attacks the network is currently experiencing. (7/8)
"Just because there is now a multi-billion-dollar industry based on the abject betrayal of our privacy doesn’t mean the sociopaths who built it have any right whatsoever to continue getting away with it"
One of the hidden tricks of inflation is that, over time, it pushes you into a higher tax bracket. So not only is the government diluting your savings, they also take a bigger cut of your income.
My @bisq_network dev wishlist:
-Stablecoins (USDT) 🏗️
-Atomic swaps (BSQ, USDT, etc..)
-Mobile app (...after API)
-Lightning Network (...after SegWit)
-Smart contract options
Seven years ago, as the news declared I was being charged as a criminal for speaking the truth, I never imagined that I would live to see our courts condemn the NSA's activities as unlawful and in the same ruling credit me for exposing them.
And yet that day has arrived. https://t.co/FRdG2zUA4U