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r/BitcoinSee Post

Is my node behaving normally?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Reddit is shutting down its free API/third party client. We've been working on a fully P2P Reddit alternative that uses crypto domains for community names and usernames for 2 years.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Reddit is shutting down its free API/third party client. We've been working on a fully P2P Reddit alternative that uses ENS for community names and usernames for 2 years. (cross post from r/ethereum with 482 upvotes)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Beyond Spotify - An Insider’s Look at DNS’ Next Generation Music and Social Platform

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How DNS filtering and dnssec protects your hardware wallet and online accounts [NO MOONS]

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Why your hardware wallet wont protect you [SERIOUS]

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

How to protect your crypto accounts tips for device and network security and password management

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Namecoin: The World's first Alt-Coin

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What is ENS and why should you bother?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

FIO Protocol

r/BitcoinSee Post

How to get cryptocurrencies circulating supply from the source ?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

How to get cryptocurrencies circulating supply from the source ?

r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Post

Is there a way to buy domain names on OpenSea without having to play the bid game?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Now is a good time to get a web3 domain

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Some elements of the Utopia P2P ecosystem | Listed on CMC & CG

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Telegram already sold more than 50 Premium usernames as collectibles

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

ENS VS Unstoppable Domains - A comparison

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Three reasons why you should hook up your .com domain to ENS

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Three reasons why you should hook up your .com domain to ENS

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Still trying to get my Monero cpu mining rig going, any thoughts?

r/BitcoinSee Post

Origin DNS error

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Some features of Utopia P2P project

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Full DNS namespace integration to ENS now on Mainnet (ENS domains can now end in .com/.org/.net)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Full DNS namespace integration to ENS now on Ethereum Mainnet (ENS domains can now end in .com/.org/.net)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Full DNS namespace integration to ENS now on Ethereum Mainnet (ENS domains can now end in .com/.org/.net)

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

Retro Doge | Big Marketing Campaign | Strong Community | Staking | Play2earn | Be Part of this Project

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Celer Network's Multi Chain Bridge Suffers DNS Attack

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Celer Network shuts down bridge over potential DNS hijacking

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Binance recovers $450K stolen from Curve DNS Hack

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Binance Recovers 83% of Stolen Funds in Curve Finance DNS Attack

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

curve.finance DNS servers were hacked. Hacker put a malicious contract on the home page.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Curve Finance front end UI compromised in DNS hack - users advised not to interact

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Curve front end has been compromised. Do not use.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Ethereum Will Gain Parity With Bitcoin Next Bull Market

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The Old Monetary Coins Usecase are Being Replaced by Stablecoins

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

PolySwarm has high volume and is in a great position to explode | Nearly 7 months after Coinbase listed the token NCT on it’s exchange

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Ethereum Likely to Gain Parity With Bitcoin Next Cycle

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Ethereum Likely to Gain Parity With Bitcoin Next Bull Market

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Cuban’s Clairvoyance

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

A name bought for $67 dollars on Namebase yesterday sold for close to $58,0000 (777,777 HNS)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Smart Domain Platform Web23 to Launch Tokenized DNS Services on Hedera, Supported by The HBAR Foundation

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

NATO countries are taking Cybercrime up the A** like idiots

r/BitcoinSee Post

WTF with the DNS?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Isn't the current cryptocurreny crash basically a rhyme in history with the dot-com bubble crash?

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

$DNS -DinoStep | Fair Launch begins on 9th of May 2022 on Pinksale | Audited and Kyced | Farm Coming Soon | Strong Community | First Move To Earn Project | Nft |

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

DinoStep App was launched | we follow the trend ( Move To Earn plus Play To Earn ) | Hold, Move, Play to Earn | Launch now

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

DinoStep App was launched | we follow the trend ( Move To Earn plus Play To Earn ) | Hold, Move, Play to Earn | Launch now

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

How are transactions broadcasted to miners?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Plebbit network has received a grant from Protocol Labs (IPFS/ETH2/Filecoin) to build decentralized Reddit-like alternative!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

EU reglementation to prohibit private crypto wallets

r/BitcoinSee Post

Impact of Russia "disconnecting" from global internet on Bitcoin - Upcoming fork?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Ukraine asks ICANN to delete all Russian domains AND in Web3 this won't be possible

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

MetaMask 🦊on Infura. New sanctions blocks more users than intended

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

How to make a decentralized domain and website with NFT

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Where I see the next big change in Web 3

r/BitcoinSee Post

How to CORRECTLY fundraise for counter-government protests

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

KFBeans $KFB - (£9k Mc) Kentucky Fried BNB! Stealth Launched!! Coming to Defeat McDs! Where my chicken lovers at? Fearless army needed! Let’s moon together! Safe Degen Play!!

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

KFBeans $KFB - (£10k Mc) Kentucky Fried BNB! Stealth Launched!! Coming to Defeat McDs! Where my chicken lovers at? Fearless army needed! Let’s moon together! Safe Degen Play!!

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

KFBeans $KFB - (£20k Mc) Kentucky Fried BNB! Stealth Launched!! Coming to Defeat McDs! Where my chicken lovers at? Fearless army needed! Let’s moon together! Safe Degen Play!!

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

KFBeans - Kentucky Fried Beaners! Stealth Launching Now! Coming to Defeat McDs! Where my chicken lovers at? Fearless army needed! Let’s moon together! Safe Degen Play!!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Metamask should warn you if you are about to make a big F**k-up the same way your Antivirus Software or Web Browser will warn you - and that has nothing to do with centralization or decentralization.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

There's been a record number of big .eth sales in the last days!

r/BitcoinSee Post

Bitcoin v22.0 and Guix; Stronger defense against the "Trusting Trust Attack"

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Juno: A new proof of stake token to power an ecosystem of cross-chain Smart Contracts network for a permissionless, fast and economical solution to deploy decentralised apps and tools.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Crypto Adoption Curve: From Early Adopters to Cringe to Mainstream

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Why Is Web 3.0 Important?

r/BitcoinSee Post

Seed Nodes - Central Point of Failure

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

A very bullish recap and outlook of BAT: What happened and will happen with Brave

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

EXIP Tokens| NFT based web identity | Create Website Domains/TLDs for one-time payment| Low Cap Gem| MEXC Listing Today

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Centralization broke the internet and it's time to fix it

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What is the best Crypto [Donations for a good cause]

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

How can cryptocurrencies become more average Joe friendly without becoming centralized?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Any opinions and thoughts on ENS? (Ethereum Name Service )

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Nokia Has Been Granted a Blockchain DNS Patent

r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Post

Nokia Gets Blockchain DNS Patent

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Nokia Gets Blockchain DNS Patent

r/BitcoinSee Post

[2nd thread] Scammy scammers, doing police's work from my underpants

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Why Is Web 3.0 Important?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Lets talk about ENS - Ethereum based domain names

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

"Multiple Mining Pools Are Facing Connectivity Issues." (Reading between lines article implies China is interfering with DNS to keep mining from happening within its domain.)

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Akash (AKT) - Decentralized Cloud for Unstoppable Applications

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I posted warnings lots of times to new people when the bull market was on in 2021 - especially when people were asking "Why does anyone even invest in BTC?" https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pcjpft/why_do_people_still_buy_btc/hajum1g/ A lot of new people to the crypto space really haven't experienced a rugpull yet. In almost every single project investors are eventually left bagholders whether it is a pure money grab or because tokenomics puts the vast majority of the supply in the hands founders and insiders. The Bitcoin is outdated and we have a better technology narrative has been used to lure investors and in the vast majority of cases, investors have been losing their money since 2013 when better than Bitcoin projects came to the scene. There are some really interesting projects with technical merits but looking at how the supply was distributed with the founders, developers, insiders, now VCs and/or "the foundation" keeping the majority of the supply to themselves while the price pumps with limited supply released to the public, I don't see how things are going to be any different from 2013 and 2017. 2013 - https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20131231/ NXT -First coin that was 100% Proof of Stake - 1.5 minutes block times - Java - DEX - Messaging - Assets in the blockchain - Programmable APIs NameCoin - Decentralized DNS - One of the first to have support for NFTs PrimeCoin - Vitalik referred to PrimeCon developer Sunny King as the "the single most original altcoin developer" and if PrimeCoin and Bitcoin were released in 2008, PrimeCoin would have won https://talk.peercoin.net/t/transcript-of-sunny-king-interview-with-vitalik-buterin-from-bitcoinmagazine/463 PeerCoin - First Proof of Stake coin 2017 - https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20171231/ Some of the narratives that were sold in 2017 included: - XRP is the Standard. Banks are about to adopt XRP as the settlement and interoperability layer for the internet of value. - Stratis (this was once the #8 on marketcap) is the future of Blockchain tech, smart contracts written in C#. Devs are going to flock to the platform - IOTA (was once #4 on marketcap) is going to be the backbone for the "machine to machine (M2M) economy, the underlying protocol for the internet of things - NEO (once staple top 10) is going to bring the smart economy to China by by smart contracts and digigtal assets. The potential is just huge in China. - SIA and Golem are going to revolutionize tech creating a paradigm shift in storage and computing - ICON is the Korean Ethereum because they partnered with a ton of Korean banks, hospitals, universities. This will be huge in Korea because Koreans support their own projects and this will hyperconnect the world. - REQuest Network is the most important financial project to crypto. This is the paypal of crypto. - Raiblocks (Nano) is fast and feeless and will kill every inefficient blockchain currency

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Search the archive wayback machine for old defunct paper wallet generators until you find the one you used. With any luck you may track the DNS back to the people who registered it and scammed you.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's because we already had digital property. It's called DNS. Why not just create a decentralized metaverse with some standardized stuff and a VR equivalent to html? You want land, you run a server with DNS directed at it for connections Could also benefit by acknowledging the hype around the metaverse is based entirely around things we can't do in real life. I want to jump from Facebook to Mario Kart within 10 seconds without too much of a jump, not play table tennis in a silent room

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

A bit like when websites started using DNS for simpler domain names rather than requiring someone to remember IP addresses for sites. It’s comical to think that’s how it used to work way back when. I think crypto will keep getting simpler and more foolproof in the same way.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Not a fan of tracking myself, using DNS blockers and firewalls to prevent it all. Will definitely forward your feedback up.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Namecoin was first - uncensorable DNS Don't forget Namecoin, still alive and kicking

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

It's going to be Bitcoin denominated with or without BRC20 tokens and Inscriptions... Might as well just limit on chain transactions to MONETARY BITCOIN ONLY, just as Satoshi intended (See DNS usage on Bitcoin being rejected to NameCoin).

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Satoshi and everyone who is attempting to replace the Central Banking system. He was against Bitcoin being used as a DNS server for this very reason, which is even relatively lightweight, unlike file storage. And it's not censorship to limit a monetary network to monetary transactions. Other layers are specifically designed for non-monetary purposes, like RGB for example.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Incorrect. He would have done exactly what he suggested with other non-financial transactions (like DNS & NameCoin), which is to put that shit on its own chain. But it doesn't have anything to do with MONETARY TRANSACTIONS, therefore it's needs to be segregated. Ethereum fucked up by trying to put everything on one layer. Bitcoin's layered approach is a blessing, but now it's being extorted and ruining the goal of layers. Layers simply can't function well with all this non-financial Txs clogging the network.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

like DNS in that it converts numbers to user friendly names

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Either that or an insider job in the phone company. Technicians looking at internet traffic, seeing who connects to exchanges *(if your carrier also serves as your DNS provider they have that information readily available)* and then trying to hack these people.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Because I’m dumb and don’t know better. I’m asking because I don’t understand. A lot of people are responding with snarky non-answers to my question. I’m not sure if it’s because the question is THAT dumb, or if people don’t actually understand how the internet actually works and how the government can control DNS. When sending P2P, how does my internet connection interact with the network in such a way that the government can’t shut down?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; DNS.xyz has announced a waitlist for their upcoming social platform on Tezos. The platform will include a timeline where you can follow people, like posts, and comment. The team has developed a media player that is able to play high-quality music from NFTs, videos, create playlists, add queues, and much more. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

A joke is on them cause I use Ad Guard + DNS. I see no Ads haha.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I was using modems and dialing into BBS's in the 80s. I went through that whole transition from multi-line BBS's to the internet proper. I had a buddy from the BBS who worked at the local university and set me up with a dial up account. That's when I first started getting access. I had to write the IP addresses for servers down on sheets of paper in order to get anywhere because DNS wasnt even a thing. Things started getting much easier to use around 1992. Clients had GUI's and once complicated processes were all happening under the hood. The point I'm trying to make is a lot of this shit was klugey and difficult to use and the using protocols by themselves were complicated until you started bringing them all together to deliver tangible services in a way that was transparent to the end user.

Mentions:#BBS#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Croatia. I Got error about DNS problem. Both on mobile Phone and PC.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

To anyone wondering why he says this. There's an attack vector called a rogue access point (rogue AP) using a device like a "WiFi Pineapple", where someone sitting in a Starbucks could intercept your traffic by spinning up a fake SSID. Since DNS traffic is usually unencrypted by default a malicious actor could spoof a DNS entry and point your browser to a replica exchange website to phish your credentials. A VPN ensures your entire connection is end-to-end encrypted and can't be modified in transit.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Apple makes a lot of decisions to make the experience consistent, and prevent degradation from hardware or software from impacting peoples perception of the quality. Usually people complain about price, but those are only the people that are trying to buy a $200 laptop. Their baseline is more expensive, yes, but once you get there most of the competition is comparable (it’s not the 2x people claim). Now, soldered components and gouging on specific upgrades, such as NVMe storage, I’m not going to defend. But, you have to take the good with the bad. Regarding your last paragraph, I really hope you’re using a Nokia still, because if you think Google is any better than Apple, you are grossly mistaken. It’s always fun to see Windows users touting how much better there android phones are when they lack the experience to know better. If you use Linux as your primary operating system, then you know a lot more about what it technically takes to make your devices more secure, which involves encrypted partitions and encrypted *boot partitions* using tools such as LUKS, and you know that unless done properly it can still be pretty trivial to circumvent. You might know a bit about root kits, man in the middle attacks, how useless TLS actually is, DNS cache poisoning, and a host of other things that everyone is susceptible to and Apple is working hard behind the scenes to keep people safe from. I’m not a security engineer, just a software engineer; but I’ve worked with several security professionals that make me feel like a baby when it comes to security. Guess what? They all use Apple devices (not 100%, most still use Linux desktop in some capacity). I’ll tell you what, I feel a lot safer having crypto wallets on iOS and pairing my ledger with my Apple devices.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

They can't. The most our government could do is to minorly incovenience you by making you change your DNS provider to google's. We have 0 internet control and using VPNs to circunvent ISP tracking is far too easy these days anyway. Add to that they can't really say shit to Binance since it's not an argentinian registered business and it kinda rounds out the picture they're powerless and any regulation they post unenforceable

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Did a little LN testing at work (for a website project) a couple of months ago. Instanteous payments, tiny fees and it just works. We found that Wallet of Satoshi was the most accessible and easy to use wallet for end users. Alby is also very good but there seemed to be DNS propagation with new wallets for the first 24 hours or so. That probably has probably been fixed now.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

> to receive payments without having to reveal any of your private information such as a bitcoin address This is impossible. For someone to send you bitcoin, they need to have your bitcoin address. PayNym looks like its basically DNS for bitcoin addresses - you can (and must) still look up the address attached to that name. However, it can mean that if you publically publish that paynym address on say a website, as long as you destroy the paynym link on the paynym side, after that point no one can look on copies of your website and find your underlying bitcoin address anymore. Probably want to make that section more clear about that.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Don’t forget DNS, FTP, TFTP and HTTP ;)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Possibly another cloudflare DNS hack with a MITM attack?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Perhaps the same hack as the myalgo wallet from Algorand, due to the cloudfare being hacked. \*Cloudflare is a content delivery network and DNS provider used by many websites and services to improve their performance and security. If Cloudflare were to be hacked or suffer a security breach, it could allow hackers to access the data, inject malicious code or functionality of the websites or services using Cloudflare.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Because then you'd need to trust someone to maintain that mapping as a central point of trust. Sure, you can federate it so it's slightly less centralized... exactly like how the internet already does things with PKI and DNS for HTTPS.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Unfortunately ledger doesn’t offer this on its devices. I use a gridplus lattice. With its bigger screen and human readable display of contracts (ish), it makes signing a more transparent and clear process. And the address book is great for contracts (helps protect against DNS attacks) and wallet addresses.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There’s understanding technicals and there’s understanding how to use things in practice. Most people probably don’t know how different internet protocols work or what DNS does. They most likely know how to use the internet proficiently though. Getting involved in an ecosystem is more about learning the application than the underlying tech

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No. First, most people in their twenties and thirties don't know much about the Internet. They know how to swipe and tap on apps designed to capture their attention. How many 30 year olds can tell you what DNS is or why it's so important to secure it? How many 20 year olds do you know who don't understand that Wi-Fi is not "the Internet"? I suspect you know far less about the Internet than you think you do. Second, the Internet was BUILT by people who are now in their fifties, sixties and seventies. Those people not only know how the shit works, they know what design tradeoffs were made to make it work as it does now, they know where it's weak and they know how it can be made better. Third, crypto is not The Internet. Knowing how the Internet works and how to use it intelligently and safely doesn't mean knowing jack shit about elliptic curve cryptography, or key derivation, or blockchain as a data storage structure, or digital signatures for ledger operations, or multisig, or "tokenomics", or mutable contracts, or any of the dozens of other topics one should understand if one is going to opine on regulating cryptocurrencies. Fourth, regulating something requires much more than knowing how it works. It requires understanding where, how and why corruption, abuse, exploitation, oppression and censorship happen. You can try learning that from a book, but you'll be much more effective at policymaking if you've been around long enough to see it first hand. With age often comes experience, and experience matters. Fifth, screw you and your ageism.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah the DNS websites they run with the product t they seize and resell back to cartel. ….. right.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TLDR; 2023, April 9 GDAC Obtained access to hot wallet $13 million 2022, November 12 FTX Unauthorized transactions $600 million 2022, January 17 Crypto.com Unknown $34 million 2021, December 11 AscendEX Obtained access to hot wallet $80 million 2021, December 5 BitMart Obtained access to hot wallet $150 million 2021, August 19 Liquid Obtained access to hot wallet $97 million 2021, April 29 Hotbit Obtained access to hot wallet Nil 2020, December 23 Livecoin Compromised system/servers Unknown 2020, December 21 EXMO Obtained access to hot wallet $4 million 2020, December 1 BTC Markets Internal staff error/mistake 270,000 user's private 2020, September 25 KuCoin Data leak $275 million 2020, July 11 Cashaa Malware $3.1 million 2020, June 29 Balancer Vulnerability in protocol $500,000 2020, April 19 Lendf.me Bugs and Re-entrancy attack $24.5 million 2020, April 19 Uniswap Bugs and Re-entrancy attack $500,000 2020, February 5 Altsbit Obtained access to hot wallet $70,000 2019, December 19 Youbit Obtained access to hot wallet Unknown 2019, November 26 Upbit Obtained access to hot wallet $49 million 2019, November 5 Vindax Unknown $500,000 2019, July 11 Bitpoint Compromised system/servers $32 million 2019, June 27 Bitrue Compromised system/servers $4.5 million 2019, June 6 Gatehub Unknown $9.5 million 2019, May 7 Binance Obtained access to hot wallet $40 million 2019, March 29 Bithumb Unknown $29 million 2019, March 25 Coinbene Suspected trusted insider $40 million 2019, March 24 DragonEX Unknown $1 million 2019, February 15 Coinmama Data leak 450,000 user's private details 2019, February 1 Cryptopia Unknown $16 million 2019, January 26 LocalBitcoins Phishing data on fake site $27,000 2018, October 28 Maplechange Suspected trusted insider $51,000 2018, September 14 Zaif Obtained access to hot wallet $60 million 2018, June 18 Bithumb Unknown $31 million 2018, June 10 Coinrail Unknown $40 million 2018, April 13 CoinSecure Suspected trusted insider $3.5 million 2018, February 10 Bitgrail Suspected trusted insider $146 million 2018, January 27 CoinCheck Unknown $560 million 2017, December 20 EtherDelta Server DNS compromised $1.4 million 2017, July 5 Bithumb Unknown $7 million 2017, April 22 Yapizon Obtained access to hot wallet $5.3 million 2016, August 2 Bitfinex Unknown $623 million 2016, May 9 Gatecoin Obtained access to hot wallet $2.14 million 2016, April 7-9 Shapeshift Suspected trusted insider $230,000 2016, February 16 BTER Unknown $1.75 million 2015, December 11 Bitstamp Malware $5 million 2015, August 15 BTER Suspected trusted insider $1.65 million 2014, July 13 Mintpal Obtained access to hot wallet $2 million 2014, March 4 Poloniex Obtained access to hot wallet $50,000 2014, February Mt. Gox Various methods $460 million 2013, November 11 Bitcash Compromised system/servers $100,000 2012, September 12 Bitfloor Compromised system/servers $250,000 2012, March 1 Bitcoinica Compromised system/servers $87,000

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bluetooth and/or Wifi don’t have the range and coverage, hence Sidewalk’s use of 900 MHz FSK and LoRa. The whole point of Sidewalk is to blanket the entire US with long range, free, very low data rate (150 bits per second or so on average) coverage, competing with cell providers. I don’t know what you think Sidewalk is but it’s not Wifi. There are no DNS requests or IP addresses with Sidewalk. There is no IP protocol. Sidewalk is not the internet. Sidewalk is essentially a public LoRaWAN network, like TTN or the soon to be defunct Helium.

Mentions:#DNS#TTN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You could just connect via bluetooth/Wifi via your own router. you'd still have to have your OWN broadband to ensure a reliable connection (neighbours could just turn their stuff off, and blam! IoT equipment is down) If you think Amazon doesn't have some way to either track DNS/IP Address requests and considers that data valuable......

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just dive in with small amounts. Probably best to avoid ethereum ‘cause gas fees. Start with most popular chains and defi protocols. Defillama is a good guide for this. Ignore people here who are shilling a particular chain. Try different types of defi (exchanges, lending, etc) and do several things in them (e.g. provide liquidity) Validate URLs through a few sources (e.g. discord, defillama and Twitter) and then bookmark them. This isn’t fool proof (protocol could be subject to a DNS attack) but helps prevent basic errors. Accept that you’ll make mistakes and maybe lose money. That’s just the price of education.

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r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

More advanced tips: Use Linux or even a tool like Tails for crypto, never mix it with your general browsing Secure 2FA like TOTP or Yubikey, no SMS/email for 2FA Lockdown your router, use prosumer grade kit, pentest that sucker from the WAN. Segregated networks through vLAN for administration and crypto with firewalling. No WiFi for sensitive vLANs. Firewalls at OS level too (UFW for Linux is easy) No root login over SSH, or dispense with protocols like SSH altogether Use outbound blocking rules through something like PiHole Do your own recursive DNS, Unbound plays well with PiHole Host your own email server

Mentions:#WAN#OS#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I would say it's a question of *how* you present the information to your audience. Like the OP here- it starts out written kind of like a personal blog post that doesn't really give much 'usable information' to readers. It would be better if it instead started out with a thesis statement - a kind of "Here's what DNS security is, why it matters, and what you can do about it" - probably as separate paraparphs, and preferably with 'headers' over each section (probably bolded text with a different font size from the rest) so people who clicked and skimmed the thread can determine if the text in each section is relevant to them, and if it's worth a deeper read for them. It would probably make sense to include links you wanted to include under each of those headers (as relevant), because then people would know "if I'm clicking this link, I'll be getting more details about how [specific thing here] - like how to protect myself/what to pay attention to/whatever else" - as opposed to now, where the links are just kind of 'in a pile' without labels. At a glance, there's no way to tell what the information is in the first link vs. the last one without clicking, then spending time to read each one. As a general rule, people don't have time to click every single link posted to read them all to determine relevance afterwards, so unlabeled 'link piles' are unappealing to the majority of readers on Reddit. As-is, the OP's opening paragraph tells us about some issues you've had conveying info to folks, then tells the audience (sorta vaguely) that you're looking to talk about something called "DNS security"- but it doesn't tell new readers what that is, or why it's important- it just kinda skips to "here's a few links, dedicate some time to them, and hopefully you'll get what I (a random stranger you've never heard from before) want to convey." The OP is written in a way that kinda makes it feel like a private message written to a specific person who requested a list of 'further reading' links on a specific topic they'd already been discussing/following - but your auidence is a bunch of random strangers who probalby don't even look at a poster's name- just a quick check to see if a thread catches their eye before moving onto the next (of hundreds) of threads. For sure you'll find a *few* people who are ready to click random links online and dedicate time to figuring out if it's something relevant to them- but you're not going to find anywhere near as much of an audience that way. Yes- you definitely got a better response to *this* thread than the last thread, but with only 20 upvotes or so (and only about 70% of that being 'up', going), but I'd say the response could be much improved if you can find some good info/video/courses or something on writing informational essays or presenting info to an audience of strangers. >Ive tried and failed recently to talk about the benefits of DNS security in the crypto space, for some reason i triggered the guardians of the hardware wallets and all the downvote rage lol, but i will try again, here is some links i dug up and a funny video i hope you enjoy and we can have a discussion about increasing the security of our weak spots

Mentions:#OP#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Im glad u ask, if you goto your router or browser settings and set a custom DNS provider that supports dnssec or even better dnscrypt and dnssec then all traffic will be filtered by the blocklist of that provider and be subject to dnssec and that verifies the legitimacy of the site before sending it to your network. i use and recommend quad 9 and the instructions on the site are easy to follow for any OS or browser or router quad 9 is open source and does not keep records so they respect your privacy as well as provide the benefits discussed i take it a step further and use dnscrypt proxy v2 on a openwrt router and i combine that with a vpn or dns hijacking to prevent leaks, this is not as important as other security steps i mentioned like a hardened browser or safe browsing habits or device isolation, feel free to ask any questions

Mentions:#DNS#OS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Ok, but how do we use this? Practically speaking? Every one of your posts is about the same vector of attack. But none of them are actually about DNS. I just use a mix of Google DNS and my ISP's DNS servers. Malware software can filter bad IP addresses and DNS entries. Reverse proxies can check for newly-registered domains and block them.

Mentions:#DNS#ISP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In all honesty if someone doesn't know what a DNS is among some other basic terminology they really should learn before using the internet much less crypto. However such basic stuff is not widely known or taught it seems

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It is easy without knowing what DNS is. Better network security = more security for your own good.

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DMA attacks are wide and scary category of attacks ranging from simple in person evil maid attacks to cutting edge whole system infiltration where they read not just the ram on the fly at the hardware level, this is beyond my pay grade, the point of post was about DNS not DMA

Mentions:#DMA#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Like i said i did come here to say hardware wallets dont work, they are great. i am concerned about every other weak spot along the way, phishing is the number one threat as of now and the DNS protection i described is the best method of preventing that along with the safe browsing habits i suggested. i believe it is a four legged chair and without each leg of security the chair will fall, i also want to be able to use my crypto not just keep it buried in the back yard, i hope we can agree

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Holy shit bro fuck all that noise, i just clean install fedora linux and call it a day, maybe setup some DNS filtering but miss me with all that windows bloat

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This would not happen if you use a linux machine with full disk encryption, a hardened browser and firewall with DNS filtering, also use device isolation and have a separate device for crypto and banking, also use a 2ffa app on a separate device such as your phone now an attacker has to compromise more then one device to gain access to your account, i choose chromebook for banking because of the secure and verified boot, my main pc is Fedora and it is perfect, never will i use windows or mac ever

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Has been all along. NSA created SHA256. The hash that BTC uses. They just sold all the BTC from the DNS websites they used to run (Silk Road). From seized drugs they would in return sell to Americans and receive BTC back. They never lost.

Mentions:#SHA#BTC#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I've provided the text transcripts in other comments, effectively the mods behaviour is highly suspicious of being a ponzi , they ban you for calling out the obvious as a paying customer. >plutus-ModTeam[M] via /r/plutus sent 2 hours ago Your post has been removed as it shares information that is false. If you believe this is a mistake, send the mod team a message. You have been permanently banned from participating in r/plutus. You can still view and subscribe to r/plutus, but you won't be able to post or comment. Note from the moderators: Plutus is not a ponzi. Such accusations are damaging to the brand and are not permitted on the subreddit. > Not going to get into an argument over it, however I'd be very curious how something could resemble something without actually being it. Ponzi is a form of fraud, a crime in nearly every developed sovereign state across the world. It's also become a buzzword within the crypto/web3 to describe any project that someone disagrees with. > And so any mention or accusation we ban for, but with the preface that any user can appeal and be unbanned. We recently had a loyal user make a joke about this, we banned, they wrote an apology because they understood how their joke could be interpreted and we unbanned. We don't sweat it, everyone makes mistakes and words are complicated, no one can predict how they are interpreted. > You're an individual, you're welcome to go where you please. Where ever you go next, please do your due diligence, especially if you are concerned about projects "resembling corrupt ponzi schemes" as you say. A project that infinitely pumps out coins, has no physical card, deactivated their card for most of February, is fully custodial, doesn't audit, is on DNS blocklists, and the list goes on. If you're concerned about brand damaging community activity, maybe look for the poll in the mentioned company's telegram about how they should deal with people who post negative comments, and one of the options was execution ... > That being said, have a lovely day and great bank holiday weekend. If you want to discuss further, the modmail might not be the best place unless you want to accept culpability so we can unban :) Feel free to drop me a message on discord.

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I couldn't believe it when I got it in my inbox, like how sketchy can you be? I'll post it below, I'm not agreeing to such non-transparent business practices, get lost and I'll take my money with me. >plutus-ModTeam[M] via /r/plutus sent 2 hours ago Your post has been removed as it shares information that is false. If you believe this is a mistake, send the mod team a message. You have been permanently banned from participating in r/plutus. You can still view and subscribe to r/plutus, but you won't be able to post or comment. Note from the moderators: Plutus is not a ponzi. Such accusations are damaging to the brand and are not permitted on the subreddit. Not going to get into an argument over it, however I'd be very curious how something could resemble something without actually being it. Ponzi is a form of fraud, a crime in nearly every developed sovereign state across the world. It's also become a buzzword within the crypto/web3 to describe any project that someone disagrees with. And so any mention or accusation we ban for, but with the preface that any user can appeal and be unbanned. We recently had a loyal user make a joke about this, we banned, they wrote an apology because they understood how their joke could be interpreted and we unbanned. We don't sweat it, everyone makes mistakes and words are complicated, no one can predict how they are interpreted. You're an individual, you're welcome to go where you please. Where ever you go next, please do your due diligence, especially if you are concerned about projects "resembling corrupt ponzi schemes" as you say. A project that infinitely pumps out coins, has no physical card, deactivated their card for most of February, is fully custodial, doesn't audit, is on DNS blocklists, and the list goes on. If you're concerned about brand damaging community activity, maybe look for the poll in the mentioned company's telegram about how they should deal with people who post negative comments, and one of the options was execution ... That being said, have a lovely day and great bank holiday weekend. If you want to discuss further, the modmail might not be the best place unless you want to accept culpability so we can unban :) Feel free to drop me a message on discord.

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I've got the posts in my inbox, Screenshots as well if need be but the text transcript is below but I removed the contact details for the mod on discord to avoid them getting spammed. My inbox - I said this is very concerning of being a Ponzi and then perma banned for it. However if you promise to never critique the product I am paying for, you can get back in. This is absolutely trying to control a narrative and peoples opinions by force, dodgy as fuck for any company given what has gone down with the very same mods rinsing plutus rewards earlier this week. >plutus-ModTeam[M] via /r/plutus sent 2 hours ago Your post has been removed as it shares information that is false. If you believe this is a mistake, send the mod team a message. >You have been permanently banned from participating in r/plutus. You can still view and subscribe to r/plutus, but you won't be able to post or comment. Note from the moderators: Plutus is not a ponzi. Such accusations are damaging to the brand and are not permitted on the subreddit. >Not going to get into an argument over it, however I'd be very curious how something could resemble something without actually being it. Ponzi is a form of fraud, a crime in nearly every developed sovereign state across the world. It's also become a buzzword within the crypto/web3 to describe any project that someone disagrees with. > And so any mention or accusation we ban for, but with the preface that any user can appeal and be unbanned. We recently had a loyal user make a joke about this, we banned, they wrote an apology because they understood how their joke could be interpreted and we unbanned. We don't sweat it, everyone makes mistakes and words are complicated, no one can predict how they are interpreted. > You're an individual, you're welcome to go where you please. Where ever you go next, please do your due diligence, especially if you are concerned about projects "resembling corrupt ponzi schemes" as you say. A project that infinitely pumps out coins, has no physical card, deactivated their card for most of February, is fully custodial, doesn't audit, is on DNS blocklists, and the list goes on. If you're concerned about brand damaging community activity, maybe look for the poll in the mentioned company's telegram about how they should deal with people who post negative comments, and one of the options was execution ... > That being said, have a lovely day and great bank holiday weekend. If you want to discuss further, the modmail might not be the best place unless you want to accept culpability so we can unban :) Feel free to drop me a message on discord.

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My inbox - I said this is very concerning of being a Ponzi and then perma banned for it. However if you promise to never critique the product I am paying for, you can get back in. This is absolutely trying to control a narrative and peoples opinions by force, dodgy as fuck for any company given what has gone down with the very same mods rinsing plutus rewards earlier this week. >plutus-ModTeam[M] via /r/plutus sent 2 hours ago Your post has been removed as it shares information that is false. If you believe this is a mistake, send the mod team a message. >You have been permanently banned from participating in r/plutus. You can still view and subscribe to r/plutus, but you won't be able to post or comment. Note from the moderators: Plutus is not a ponzi. Such accusations are damaging to the brand and are not permitted on the subreddit. >Not going to get into an argument over it, however I'd be very curious how something could resemble something without actually being it. Ponzi is a form of fraud, a crime in nearly every developed sovereign state across the world. It's also become a buzzword within the crypto/web3 to describe any project that someone disagrees with. And so any mention or accusation we ban for, but with the preface that any user can appeal and be unbanned. We recently had a loyal user make a joke about this, we banned, they wrote an apology because they understood how their joke could be interpreted and we unbanned. We don't sweat it, everyone makes mistakes and words are complicated, no one can predict how they are interpreted. You're an individual, you're welcome to go where you please. Where ever you go next, please do your due diligence, especially if you are concerned about projects "resembling corrupt ponzi schemes" as you say. A project that infinitely pumps out coins, has no physical card, deactivated their card for most of February, is fully custodial, doesn't audit, is on DNS blocklists, and the list goes on. If you're concerned about brand damaging community activity, maybe look for the poll in the mentioned company's telegram about how they should deal with people who post negative comments, and one of the options was execution ... That being said, have a lovely day and great bank holiday weekend. If you want to discuss further, the modmail might not be the best place unless you want to accept culpability so we can unban :) Feel free to drop me a message on discord.

Mentions:#DNS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Use Bisq, it is the only truly decentralized way to buy and sell Bitcoin. Everything else relies on central servers and DNS

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Theres a quote from Eric Schmidt, ex-google ceo, who now works for link as a strategy advisor. He says just like google and the internet (google DNS is the largest DNS in the world) Anything Web3 will be associated with chainlinks infrastructure.

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DNS servers all hacked and offline, world population Skint and living off garden snails

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I feel so stupid and am upset I was the victim of a scam. I’ll start by saying I’m not a techie who knows much about crypto, but I had a little ETH and Matic that I planned on keeping for the long run, in case something good happened. I made the mistake of answering a phone call this Friday saying that they were working on improving security in my Coinbase account and that someone had tried to change my email on the account. I am so embarrassed I fell for it. I would never fall for an email or text scam, but this caught me off guard, and they sounded so professional and from a call center, and I believed it. They walked me through downloading the DNS Server App, so they could connect to my screen. Sadly, I didn’t know what it was at the time. They walked me through what I thought was adding another layer of security to my holdings. Through their step-by-step instruction, I transferred it to my Coinbase wallet which I have never understood how to use, except for one time last year, when I set it up and followed a YouTube video ok it. They showed me how the new security was working, since the transaction wouldn’t process. But then, they had me test it more… They must have had me transfer my holdings into their wallet. And who knows how much access they had to my account info with the server app. They ended up taking $1000 from my checking through PayPal and another $1000 through the wallet. The phone number that called is: 1-800-815-7056.

Mentions:#ETH#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'd go a step further and say that crypto needs the same thing that ip addresses and dns resolution had for Internet in general. We need eth to have DNS resolution for addresses, then I can register a name for my wallet and people can send eth to "y90210" Imagine if we didn't have dns and you were going to Google by it's ip address.

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Security through obscurity is doing something out of the ordinary which sounds clever but doesn't actually make anything more secure. Not sure where you got your definition from. IE. Using quad9 for your DNS. This is security through obscurity which at the end of the day won't do anything in terms of crypto security

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Or I could just use DNS system that was designed by people who are not completely divorced from reality. In short: nobody is going to use NFT domain system since it brings huge risks and solves exactly zero problems. The search for an actual use case continues ...

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>they don't know about the domain name nfts which might be one of the biggest thing in the future They won't be. Nobody sane is going to run DNS on a system that can irrevocably 'destroy' a domain with a single misclick or where a hacker can take your domains and you can't do anything about it.

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Some people would put foreign device on their network that they have no control over and that routes other people connection through. And the company has the audacity to sell the device as a security and privacy box. They say that by connecting it to your network, it makes your other computers more secure. I think it's just an extra DNS server, but if anybody allows this sort of network sharing, you lose privacy and security. Their Twitter account also has some interesting behavior. 7 days after claiming there was no security vulnerability in their products, they released a security patch and begged their users to update to it immediately...

Mentions:#DNS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Bisq is a decentralized p2p network and the only true decentralized way to exchange Bitcoin for fiat or other coins. The Bisq network is comprised of nodes, there is no central server, there is no reliance on DNS, and every Bisq user is a node in the network. Bisq syncs the Bitcoin blockchain by connecting to Bitcoin nodes. Bisq is developed as opensource software and decisions about development are made using a DAO structure (decentralized autonomous organization). Read [the Bisq wiki](https://bisq.wiki/Main_Page) to learn more. Free your mind.

Mentions:#DNS#DAO
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

**MyAlgo** (unknown cause) and **MyEtherWallet** (DNS hijack) are the 2 biggest wallet hacks. A hardware wallet would've prevented the MyAlgo one but not the MEW one.

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Tldr : “2030. I think we’ll have made substantial progress by then in a number of dimensions. I think blockchains will be more scalable. I think a lot of the usability will be there. You just send it to someone’s DNS [domain name system] name or whatever standard takes off. Payments will arrive instantly for less than a penny anywhere in the world. Those sort of just basic things.”

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Or DNS, guys in IT will know what I am talking about.

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

From the experience living in an authoritarian country that was on a wild chase against cryptocurrencies and still is hellbent on other crypto such as e2e encrypted chats and VPN's, traceability of crypto is far from being a top concern. Let me explain how it went. Their tactics start with locking up all centralized exchanges and related social networks and websites. Primarily by using nation-wide DNS and IP filters. Offline establishments criminalized and raided, of course. Next step is setting up their own nodes and adding any IP they connects to into a blocklist. This has caused major outages all over before when they've blocked somewhere in the neighbourhood of 20M IP addresses in one go. After that, though never employed, they could deploy signature detection and lock up any particular app chinese firewall style. And, as a last-resort nuclear option, they can completely cut the country off from outside net. Both of those last options could've been catastrophic for crypto as it would lead to forking. VPN's and private messengers are not safe, either. In case of anonymous networks, most the traffic should be internal and with signatures mimicking usual traffic, like games and stuff, which should solve the problem you've described. And, with just a single unauthorized connection across border, the chain should be able to keep running even in worst case scenarios. Without anonymous networks, though, such nodes would be quickly blocked and swarmed by cops. As for traceability, I don't know. I buy from one shady guy in a dark alley, then sell to a different shady guy in another dark alley. If one of them is caught by the police or is himself a government agent, I'm screwed either way. I don't see how chain traceability makes any difference here. I'm not against XMR, though, I'm invested into it quite a bit. But for me it seems like it's a solution to "government is against this particular group of people having money" rather than "government is against crypto in general". Unless I don't understand something about it, which was my initial question.

Mentions:#DNS#XMR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I don’t think this is such a big deal, because it’s the same thing with the internet. You can try to save your data, your email password, your SSN during tax season, etc all your life. And if you mess up once, it’s on the web. But hackers can try over and over again, as you said. But our programs and operating systems are so easy, they have so many checks-and-balances in place, and they and handle all the complex stuff behind the curtain. Most people have no idea how DHCP, ports, DNS resolution, etc work, or why I can’t just access your Documents folder when you’re connected to the internet. Eventually, crypto will be the same. Even if the blockchain is irreversible and complex, our programs and front-end interfaces will be sophisticated enough that it won’t matter for most people.

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

We're early because crypto is still complex. Difficult to create and maintain a wallet, to obtain tokens without an exchange, to send between wallets if you don't have a DNS. Once that complexity melts away, adoption WILL pick up.

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ehh, kinda. I think the US could put restrictions on certain DEX websites. And they could pressure the DNS provider to shut down the site, etc etc. Maybe they could even put pressure on CEXs to not allow deposits from DEXs. Im sure there is always a way around those cases though.

Mentions:#DEX#DNS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Kinda like how most of the people don't know a thing about Ethernet, ARP, TCP/IP, DNS, TLS/SSL, etc, yet we all want Internet. Phone companies didn't want anything to do with the Internet at first, but they had to provide that service or be left behind.

Mentions:#TCP#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Cool. Anyway, it's pretty neat that 4 out of 13 of the DNS root name server operators are entirely funded with taxes, and the other 9 operators almost exclusively take contracts with governments and get paid with taxes. But I'm sure that's not related to the function of any cryptocurrencies.

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Pi-hole (free DNS firewall) has the advantage to protect all devices at once (from ads and potentially malicious websites)

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Pi-hole (free DNS firewall) has the advantage to protect all devices at once (from ads and potentially malicious websites)

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Have 0 interest in selling my personal data. In fact, I take a few steps to mitigate how much is collected by: 1. Using a de-googled version of Android 2. Blocking ads and trackers with local VPN 3. Using free and open source apps, e.g. Infinity for Reddit 4. Isolating financial activity on a separate device 5. Utilizing the private DNS feature on Android It's not perfect, but I'll make it as hard as possible for these scavengers to make a data profile on me.

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Brave browser + unlock at the browser level Raspberry pi-hole at the DNS level And torguard VPN when I need it on the go All help stop the flood of pointless ads into one's life.

Mentions:#DNS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Did not appear to help. tail -f on the debug.log shows the following, and then just hangs there: `2023-02-27T00:56:30Z LoadBlockIndexDB: last block file = 3435` `2023-02-27T00:56:30Z LoadBlockIndexDB: last block file info: CBlockFileInfo(blocks=37, size=67376005, heights=778240...778276, time=2023-02-25...2023-02-25)` `2023-02-27T00:56:30Z Checking all blk files are present...` `2023-02-27T00:56:31Z Opening LevelDB in /mypath/.bitcoin/chainstate` `2023-02-27T00:56:31Z Opened LevelDB successfully` `2023-02-27T00:56:31Z Using obfuscation key for /mypath/.bitcoin/chainstate: 989f503b5e461cf7` `2023-02-27T00:56:31Z Loaded best chain: hashBestChain=000000000000000000030b6be76b7bc13a8ebd0df3462b6925354c305bdcf35d height=778276 date=2023-02-25T23:56:02Z progress=0.999674` `2023-02-27T00:56:31Z init message: Verifying blocks…` `2023-02-27T00:56:31Z Verifying last 6 blocks at level 3` `2023-02-27T00:56:31Z [0%]...[16%]...[33%]...[50%]...[66%]...[83%]...[99%]...[DONE].` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z No coin database inconsistencies in last 6 blocks (14811 transactions)` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z block index 7051ms` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z Opening LevelDB in /mypath/.bitcoin/indexes/txindex` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z Opened LevelDB successfully` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z Using obfuscation key for /mypath/.bitcoin/indexes/txindex: 0000000000000000` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z Setting NODE_NETWORK on non-prune mode` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z block tree size = 778281` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z nBestHeight = 778276` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z txindex thread start` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z txindex is enabled at height 778276` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z txindex thread exit` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z loadblk thread start` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z Bound to 127.0.0.1:8333` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z Bound to 127.0.0.1:8334` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z torcontrol thread start` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z Loaded 0 addresses from "anchors.dat"` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z 0 block-relay-only anchors will be tried for connections.` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z init message: Starting network threads…` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z [tor] Got service ID fakeonionaddress, advertising service fakeonionaddress.onion:8333` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z DNS seeding disabled` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z net thread start` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z AddLocal(fakeonionaddress.onion:8333,4)` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z opencon thread start` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z msghand thread start` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z init message: Done loading` `2023-02-27T00:56:32Z addcon thread start` `2023-02-27T00:56:46Z Imported mempool transactions from disk: 12309 succeeded, 0 failed, 0 expired, 0 already there, 0 waiting for initial broadcast` `2023-02-27T00:56:46Z loadblk thread exit`

Mentions:#NODE#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Easy to do - it’s not a topic that comes up naturally . If it did come up, it’d get into how the consensus algorithm works on different chains, any upcoming changes to how transactions are processed, possibly the merits of docker swarm vs kubernetes or some discussion of what you could do with cloudflare beyond just DNS. All of that is crypto talk and I don’t know, people run the other way if there’s even the slightest risk it might come up.

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Tip: use Cloudflare for teams (It's actually free!) And create a DNS policy which blocks all new domains and all suspicious domains. It's pretty easy to setup and will block a bunch of scammy domains

Mentions:#DNS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Wifi is just short range wireless, not the internet. It's not illegal to send stuff over wifi or the internet even if nothing is relieving it. Nodes usually have 1 to 100+ connections to other nodes. Nodes check with built in DNS seed to grab some IPs for other nodes. Then nodes can share IPs of other known nodes.

Mentions:#DNS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If Satoshi thought that the blockchain wasn't for DNS, then MEMES definitely don't belong!! It's not a matter of censorship, because Taproot was clearly a fuck up. The Blockchain is for MONETARY transactions. Opcodes messages are 1 thing, but at this rate half of the Blockchain will be memes and not a monetary settlement layer. Bitcoin is supposed to replace the Central Banks, not be permanent file storage for memes.

Mentions:#DNS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

No... I'm saying that opcodes shouldn't be strung together for the purposes of just adding images for shits & giggles. Satoshi thought that DNS should NOT be integrated into Bitcoin's main chain.... I'm sure he'd feel even more strongly about NFTs being integrated into the main chain. As I've said a few times already.... The entire concept of NFTs requires there to be 1 of a kind in order for them to have value. Scarcity of 1 doesn't work in this use-case, so there's no real value here, IMHO, beyond the fair market value of 1 Satoshi itself. >and I think it has flaws because nothing but luck stops that Satoshi from being used to tag a different inscription much later. From what I gather, you need to add your inscribed Satoshi to the Ordinal wallet in order to protect said inscription.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

A few things you can do that are a bit more serious: Secure your network: get a pro-grade or enthusiasts router, secure and pentest it. Use a vLAN for crypto computer, and lock that firewall down inbound and outbound. Separate computer for crypto: no porn or general browsing, use a more secure OS like Linux and lock it down with a minimal install. Run your own recursive DNS server: PiHole and Unbound are a nice partnership. Airgap of your own design or hardware wallet. No browser wallets, you need to run fullnodes. If you need a browser wallet connect it to your own fullnode. Don't use cryptos that have poor security models: Sorry no ETH, BNB, SOL etc. You are limited to BTC, ADA, LTC etc.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It’s an interesting thought for a poll however there are several obvious choices not there. I used to interview people for positions who were bachelor or master level. All I can say is not all degrees or people are created equally. Like a masters holder who when asked to define how DNS works promptly and arrogantly described a Google search, including using the name more than once in their description. At the time that was for a senior position in an embedded team. CIS major btw. With my some college level education it was always hilarious to hear a lot of these people eloquently describe how a non degree holder couldn’t even do the job. As the example above did as well, to me senior platform and the senior network engineer who also did not have a degree and were interviewing him. When the senior network person explained that actually neither of us had a degree the candidate literally doubled down and insisted he was correct. Pass. Be careful attributing to much to a piece of paper and not enough on real domain knowledge.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Virus total is a life saver with suspicious links! Also, you can change your DNS from your ISPs to something like 8.8.8.8 (Google's for example). There lots more. They will not resolve bad - known - domains. Very handy to stop the kids browsing to naughty sites too.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In the sea of tokens today, most have no real usecase that can't be solved without the use of a blockchain. The chain in many cases is just a slow database, and the immutability is questionable. But I still believe that projects like Ethereum, or some clone, has an important role to play in the developement of what web3 might become in the next decade, and that we can decentralize things like DNS etc. Bitcoin, on the other hand, the story is widely different. I believe, to my bones, it might become "The People's Dollar", a global reserve currency, much like the USD today. It's the fairest, and most pure form of money in history. Personally i hold BTC (85%), Cardano, Dogecoin, Monero and Zcash - but to be honest, it's only BTC I'm confident is still usefull in a decade.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If you’re sure you visited the legitimate website it means you DNS is compromised. Are you using any apps that changes your DNS?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> Be careful to check the urls! The most scary for me personally are DNS hijacks. You can literally click on a bookmarked website and do everything by the book, but you may get routed to a malicious website anyways because their DNS was hijacked. There were a few smaller attacks in the last few years where this happened, like [this](https://www.binance.com/en/blog/community/a-note-on-curve-finance-and-preventing-dns-attacks-584383509573613582) and [this](https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2022/07/01/two-polygon-fantom-front-ends-hit-by-dns-attack/). But I suspect that if defi grows more, those will become more frequent. It's not really crypto related, as those attacks happen on regular banking website etc as well, but as crypto transactions are final, those are the worst.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I used to have my DNS records configured for my email. A bit of a hassle, but it sure hell sounds like a good idea.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This was obviously an inside job BUT - if you target someone you can get a lot of info. The fact they will be launching some new API was public info. After that you can start interrogating DNS, scanning IP ranges around their other services, social engineering to try to get info out of devs. Again, this is clearly a setup for plausible deniability, but an experienced attacker will find a new server unless you take precautions against it (VPN, IP whitelists etc).

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

>Please don’t hate me for getting into crypto because of an altcoin with an animal on it It's understandable. There has been a serious breakdown in understanding of what a blockchain (a term never used in the whitepaper) is useful for due to the [noise and scam](https://twitter.com/rusty_twit/status/1296596310921900034) negative feedback loop that began once it was possible to exchange bitcoin for dollars. There were no altcoins for 2.5 years. Not a single one. Bitcoin reached dollar parity in April 2011, and reached a price of $5 that month. Guess when the first shitcoin was launched? >!April 2011!< From an open protocol built upon 40 years of research to fix the money by removing trust in humans and released to the world for free, people are today looking for "projects" they can trust and invest in so that they can become fiat millionaires overnight. In the last 5-6 years, it has gotten completely out of hand with blatantly centralized premine, ICO scams. Blockchain is inefficient to do anything but maintain global state of timestamped transactional database at the base layer without losing security and making it centralized. When the topic of a DNS protocol came up in the early days and some people were discussing to add more complexity to Bitcoin protocol, Satoshi suggested it as a sidechain instead saying, "Piling every proof-of-work quorum system in the world into one dataset doesn't scale." Bitcoin L1 is a settlement network and it [settles](https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/bitcoin-is-the-worlds-most-efficient-value-settlement-network) higher value than US GDP. As I have a Glassnode subscription, I can see that bitcoin settled $16 trillion change-adjusted value in 2022 during a bear market (I'll share the charts sometime). Day to day payments is an application of money as medium of exchange. The Lightning protocol is a P2P payments protocol and has a throughput potential of several million TPS. As of March 2022, [nearly 100 million users](https://arcane.no/research/nearly-100-million-people-have-access-to-lightning-payments) had access to Lightning payments (more than all altcoins combined) and it's powering [bitcoin circular economies](https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1573283006835482624.html) around the world in places like Africa, Asia, Latin America. Bitcoin is solving ([\[1\]](https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/zd5vnj/bitcoin_is_for_everyone/) [\[2\]](https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/zvlzb4/togolese_human_rights_activist_explains_french/)) centuries old problems in the real world. Bitcoin has the most efficient and advanced scripting features in terms of monetary functions many of which altcoins can never do as efficiently, reliably and economically, like sending several hundred output transactions (multiple transactions rolled into one) and extremely large multisig contracts, even upto 1000 participants for nearly the same fee as a single sig using Taproot. The potential use cases of this are even beyond our current scope of imaginations. Altcoins at large are terribly unsecure hypeware garbage, all easily corrupted and hacked with users losing [tens of billions](https://decrypt.co/86503/defi-users-lost-billion-theft-fraud-2021-mostly-ethereum-report) of dollars value to exploits every year, [millions of failed transactions](https://cryptopotato.com/over-1-2-million-ethereum-transactions-failed-in-may/) every month users lose fees on. Application functions and experimental functions can only exist at higher layers and they absolutely do not require any [premine, ICO, VC tokens](https://twitter.com/coryklippsten/status/1595564120782172160) just to make insiders rich. Take the example of TCP and HTTP. Internet would not exist as it is today, and you wouldn't be here without separation of application layer. Read about Postel's law, named after "god of the internet" Jon Postel who argued that monolithic internet design cannot scale and we must adopt the principles of layering protocols. There will be more applications from likes of TARO protocol, RGB, drivechains, spacechains, statechains etc. TARO is a [most elegant](https://i.redd.it/bnzksocdbun91.png) decentralized stablecoin and assets protocol without central issuer which will allow users to hold self hosted bitcoin and stablecoin balance and swap between them through Lightning rails without going through any exchange at all. Bitcoin blockchain will be ossified just like TCP because if you sacrifice any of its properties even a little bit, it will become unsuitable as the base layer of money for the world. This is why layering protocols is critical and ideally you want to build on the most secure and decentralized protocol known to mankind. Anything that is safe, secure and useful will be built on Bitcoin. Bitcoin is not an investment. It's a new monetary system built from the ground up by us, literally random people on the internet voluntarily supporting, securing and developing it. Through voluntary adoption, bitcoin is where it is today having started from zero 14 years ago. There's no company, foundation, premine, ICO, VCs, licenses, trademarks, branding or marketing teams, not even an official website, code repo or even a formal specification. >In wanted to ask you guys for advice on which wallet to use for Bitcoin so I can get them off the exchange Recommended HW wallets, [Coldcard](https://coldcard.com/) [Jade](https://blockstream.com/jade/) [SeedSigner](https://seedsigner.com/) [Passport](https://foundationdevices.com/passport/) [BitBox](https://shiftcrypto.ch/bitbox02/bitcoin-only/) Ideal setup, get 2 different Bitcoin only HW wallets and multisig with a Bitcoin only software wallet (something like Bluewallet has beginner friendly UI to do this). If you ever acquire a good understanding of key management, which you should care about acquiring, then you can boot Tails OS on a USB. Run [electrum offline](https://electrum.readthedocs.io/en/latest/coldstorage.html) and use a watch only wallet to broadcast your transactions. Blue wallet, Phoenix, Breez, Zeus are great Lightning wallets. Blue wallet has on-chain + Lightning with in-app P2P purchases through HodlHodl. Once you have taken self custody, learn how to [run a node](https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/zturtd/think_bitcoin_is_inevitable_think_again/) and a Lightning node (very inexpensive to do), then a [home miner](https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/zzraj0/comment/j2njt2a/) if you can. If you can code, you can [contribute to development](https://twitter.com/summerofbitcoin/status/1584910670814142465) and get paid through grants and sponsors. There are a lot of ethical bitcoin only companies like Spiral, Brink, Opensats etc. supporting independent bitcoin developers.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Where's this site? There used to be two of these, but they were just HTML forms with server-side automatic source code changes, not javascript Those two - one by Matt Corallo and one called forkgen.tech - were closed years ago > even easier It's trivial, for someone who doesn't want to make any changes. A new Bitcoin-clone chain can be created with the existing Core software just by hashing a different genesis block and possibly removing a couple of hard-coded pieces - the old block checkpoint hash lists and the DNS seed hostnames

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> It's not an argument to state a fact (relay nodes cost a lot of money) and then make an unrelated and unsupported assertion (cannot decentralize). It is not unrelated and unsupported, by your own admission it disqualifies a large part of the potential users of the network. > You do not need to TRUST anyone. You do, the relay nodes. > You can run a relay node. A lot of people cannot afford to do it. > They are already decentralized geographically. Where large egress and processing providers are ONLY. Easy targets for governments. > Very high bandwidth is a requirement for *any* blockchain to achieve high performance. There's a reason why no other chain can achieve instant finality. Performance for a cryptocurrency is being able to survive adversarial conditions, and still being useful/used. Algorand fails the minute large providers are told to ban your relay nodes. And the higher the requirements are (they certainly won't get lower with time and more and more data accumulating in its blockchain), the more centralized it is. > Again, relay nodes do nothing but propagate messages, you are overselling your absurd point. Consensus matters more. Relay nodes are a part of the network, are distributed and operational until 2024 in their current state with decentralization happening this year. When they decentralize, be sure to come back and make up another absurd argument. Again, you try to divert from the actual issue, relay nodes are REQUIRED for the network to operate. > "save face"? On Reddit. You sure think highly of yourself. You make no sense, but have some self-respect and at least assume the words you used, you told me to stay away the minute you were opposed arguments. Not "if I want", it was an order... which as you said, "on reddit", it pretty laughable. > But yeah, you know, the Algorand Foundation still controls the DNS entries manually as was planned during this phase, nothing changed. ​Again with the redherring, you have been told how it isn't the main issue, how the underlying problem is the requirement for the network to function that make it impossible to decentralize effectively... but you keep using these dodging skills... it won't work, keep trying if you want. > Once again, pure ignorance. Once again, trying to use ad hominem to avoid having to respond with anything substantive, throw in some buzz words like "trilemma solved", "Turing prize winner", etc. you're not fooling anyone. > Anyone can run a relay node, Already debunked. And by your own admission it's a falsehood, so why lie about it now?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's not an argument to state a fact (relay nodes cost a lot of money) and then make an unrelated and unsupported assertion (cannot decentralize). &#x200B; \> So not zero, and I don't need more than this valid argument, it's also two folds, not only you need to rely on these expensive to run third-parties (i.e. you need to trust them), but they are limited when it comes to where they can run considering the bandwidth and processing power they require (i.e. they can't properly be decentralized geographically because they depend on the largest bandwidth provider worldwide). 1. You do not need to TRUST anyone. 2. You can run a relay node. 3. They are already decentralized geographically. 4. Very high bandwidth is a requirement for \*any\* blockchain to achieve high performance. There's a reason why no other chain can achieve instant finality. \> And that's always more arguments than your only answer to this valid criticism, "muh participation node", which is completely useless with out relay and archival nodes. Again, relay nodes do nothing but propagate messages, you are overselling your absurd point. Consensus matters more. Relay nodes are a part of the network, are distributed and operational until 2024 in their current state with decentralization happening this year. When they decentralize, be sure to come back and make up another absurd argument. &#x200B; \> Trying to save face now? Cute. You've shown your colors. "save face"? On Reddit. You sure think highly of yourself. &#x200B; \> You have trouble reading, it's right up there, read it again. Again all you are witnessing is a blockchain with a plan, operating with 0 downtime, instant finality, forkless, sub-4 second blocks, and the highest real-world TPS by far. But yeah, you know, the Algorand Foundation still controls the DNS entries manually as was planned during this phase, nothing changed. &#x200B; \> It's not, you rely on costly third parties to relay/process transactions, your network cannot be decentralized with these requirements and it isn't just because of the centrally defined DNS records as you keep pretending everywhere, that's just a missing piece that won't solve the underlying issues concerning relay nodes I've had to repeat about 10 times here now but for which you keep dodging or pretending that it doesn't matter. &#x200B; Once again, pure ignorance. Firstly you do not rely on costly third parties anymore than every single blockchain relies on it, far more so without any plan for decentralizing. The literal ONLY point of centralization is the DNS records. Anyone can run a relay node, saying it's a higher cost doesn't change that fact. If you can make $1M a year on a business built on Algorand, $15k on a relay node is a drop in the bucket of business cost. So stop the rambling about your false premise that costly relay nodes pose an impossible path to decentralization. It's simply not true, and you will be proven wrong in practice within 2 years. You can repeat the fact of relay node hardware requirement a thousand times, it will never prove your silly assertion that it makes decentralization impossible. &#x200B; Enjoy.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> You have presented 0 arguments outside of "relay nodes cost a money, it's impossible to decentralize". So not zero, and I don't need more than this valid argument, it's also two folds, not only you need to rely on these expensive to run third-parties (i.e. you need to trust them), but they are limited when it comes to where they can run considering the bandwidth and processing power they require (i.e. they can't properly be decentralized geographically because they depend on the largest bandwidth provider worldwide). And that's always more arguments than your only answer to this valid criticism, "muh participation node", which is completely useless with out relay and archival nodes. > One of the most fundamentally absurd arguments in the space. Pretending it is "absurd" because you don't have any actual answer or solution to this precise issue with Algorand says enough about who's veering into absurdity. > You don't even understand how Algorand consensus works Baseless claim, I'm the one who pointed out the shortcomings and you have no valid answer to address the issues. >The great reading comprehension of an argumentative poster on reddit on display, clearly the implicitness in the statement is "stay away from Algorand (IF YOU WANT / DO NOT TRUST IT)" Trying to save face now? Cute. You've shown your colors. > What are you witnessing exactly? You have trouble reading, it's right up there, read it again. > The trilemma is solved by Algorand, that much is reality. It's not, you rely on costly third parties to relay/process transactions, your network cannot be decentralized with these requirements and it isn't just because of the centrally defined DNS records as you keep pretending everywhere, that's just a missing piece that won't solve the underlying issues concerning relay nodes I've had to repeat about 10 times here now but for which you keep dodging or pretending that it doesn't matter. There is no trolling here, just you, an Algorand shill, who refuses to admit the shortcomings of Algorand and keeps lying about it "solving" the blockchain trilemma.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

\> I have presented you valid arguments, you keep dodging and pretending it's not important when it is. &#x200B; You have presented 0 arguments outside of "relay nodes cost a money, it's impossible to decentralize". One of the most fundamentally absurd arguments in the space. \> Algorand disqualifies a very large part of the world from being able to run nodes and verify the ledger/participate in the network. And then you continue on with your complete ignorance with statements like this. You don't even understand how Algorand consensus works, and yet want to pretend that people in poverty must be able to run consensus or else it's not decentralized. Your argument just doesn't make much sense. \> With these settings, Algorand can simply not be decentralized, it will be centralized around large egress and processing power providers. It's fine if you don't understand what the term decentralized means, but it doesn't change the reality that Algorand is in fact decentralized and the relay nodes DNS will be soon as well. \> The great openness of Algorand's community on display when someone put them in front of inconvenient truths about their network, thanks for going mask off. The great reading comprehension of an argumentative poster on reddit on display, clearly the implicitness in the statement is "stay away from Algorand (IF YOU WANT / DO NOT TRUST IT)" &#x200B; \> I do, I'll be here to debunk your lies/deliberate omissions when needed. You'll be here to troll with FUD, shocker. The world will still go on, Algorand will still go on. &#x200B; \> No wait required, we are witnessing Algorand's shortcomings right now and I've described them. It's certainly not the only network that makes the same compromises and spuriously pretend to have "solved" the blockchain trilemma, don't feel special. &#x200B; What are you witnessing exactly? You haven't described a single thing, you quoted some particular parts of Algorand documentation and then went off on absurd arguments based on nothing more than "because you say so". The trilemma is solved by Algorand, that much is reality. If you don't understand blockchain, that's fine, use whatever you feel like it. Reality won't change though. The day-1 decision to decentralize relay nodes after bootstrap period will prove to be successful, and you'll be on to your next trolling.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Go ahead and play out your worst doomsday scenario, someone, anyone, destroys the DNS... Either a new DNS is created by the community or immediately code gets updated with the list of relay node IPs. The network goes back online and no data is lost outside of some in flight transactions that need to be re-transmitted. Doomsday is a temporary pause in the network? "attacking the nodes" is not a realistic outcome, they are distributed across the globe.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

\> What a silly dismissive statement. Back up your silly assertions. A relay node being expensive in no way makes it impossible to decentralize, that's just an absurd argument. Bitcoin mining is expensive, guess we can't decentralize it. \> You require these relay node. Stop dancing around, and they cannot be decentralized because of the resources they REQUIRE to run, without any incentive. You can't rely on a foundation to do this later than the so-called "bootstrap", and you have NO solution to do it. It's not me who has their head in the sand clearly. No one is dancing around but you. The current relays are paid through 2024, the best crypto minds in the world are creating the software for anyone to add relay nodes to the DNS, as well as the incentive program to account for these cots. You speak out of pure ignorance, as if a Turing award winner responsible for many of the crypto primitives across the entire industry did not design this.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> What a silly statement. What a silly dismissive statement. > No, that is not how it works. You have relay and non-relay nodes, relay nodes require high bandwidth and are intentionally curated list based on foundation paid incentives to bootstrap the network with performance. They are already working on permissionless addition to DNS, which will be done sooner rather than later. You require these relay node. Stop dancing around, and they cannot be decentralized because of the resources they REQUIRE to be ran, without any incentive. You can't rely on a foundation to do this later than the so-called "bootstrap", and you have NO solution to do it. It's not me who has their head in the sand clearly.

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