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They are already planning ahead by curtailing demand. Electric vehicle mandates, and the banning of IC leaf blowers are just small examples.

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Report to FBI's IC3 and don't pay the ransom, it's likely a scam.

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The launch was sabotaged by FTX/SBF/Alameda with perp trading to increase the price prior to genesis. It isn't exactly a crypto but a full stack 100% on chain software development platform and will be very important for private AI compute as well. It's more of a competitor to legacy IT tech since everything is a tamperproof smart contract on the IC that cannot be hacked in the traditional ways that makes web2 vulnerable (firewalls, credential hacks, malware, ransomware). I don't see it as a scam at all since the tech is very real but it may not turn out to be the best investment.

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Yikes! Unspent transaction Output. Basically there is a fee to close the transaction as well. So if you send to a wallet in small amounts, your UTXOs can rack up. Some links below. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unspent_transaction_output https://youtu.be/AUJ9QtK2RxQ?si=dcIDIxl4IC8kfl30 https://youtu.be/lPIegwOnsKo?si=i4CUY2mEa53nZtLH

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> I'd bet it's possible to track users between sites with cookies, auth, or both. If the dapps are on the IC they have different wallet addresses attached to each site which are obfuscated from the dapp owners so they never know the user's principal ID in control of those accounts. One vector of attack there would be a dapp developer owning nodes across all subnets & setting up enough very popular sites across enough subnets (37 now? Still gameable with a lot of money) that you have to put a lot of work/money into finding out which IDs are high value enough to bother tracking their movements across the network, so that's kind of useless because 99.99999% of people aren't worth tracking with that many gates being blocked. >Also agreed, though at that point the problem is what's it actually doing for privacy or decentralization at that point? Glad we agree on this: it's true, most people are glad to sacrifice privacy for free. I see generations swinging like a pendulum over time, I think a privacy meta will be wanted and chased after in future. If not then shit we're in a bad state. >The tech has been around for 15 years at this point I totally get this point of view but I still think it's very early days in terms of economic game theory, you can note a novice-like approach to it in the game theory behind ICP's tokenomics because in their heads (and at the time in 2016-2017, lots of people into ETH were waiting for it around then) "it couldn't fail" so their calculations were based off of presumed success. Which was subsequently fucked by a price drop and a huge market crash the very next day. Making something extremely decentralised either feels sluggish, wastes space and/or costs too much, so you have to keep paring back to the "good enough" realm and maybe coordinate the "good enough" with the "okay this is perfect", like you're saying with private or even consortium blockchains. > In short, if it was actually better for a lot of things then it would be being used for them already. True, but there are also market limitations in certain (or many I guess) spheres, monopolies and monopsonies will not allow competition to even be considered to the point that they tell events they're connected to to not allow performers in certain places for being "unfriendly" to them as a ticket provider when they're the monopolistic actor (oh hey TicketMaster!). There are blockchain ticket providers who have prevented all touts beyond going out of your own way to get fucked over outside of the native app which forces face value sales since 2017, still ongoing, doesn't really matter whether or not their token "moons" or not, if it's a high volume high value gig it will go up but they survive because they have a tax and it's a much lower cost than Ticketmaster & a black market doesn't exist for their tickets. That's a project that just works.

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You're misinterpreting a couple of things there about who you'd want the site to be tamper-proof from, who you'd want to stop tracking the data (although your suggestion is a risk factor too but has the same reputational factor as standard cloud services), ignoring the sizable cost differential for everything in the stack in the long run and we disagree about blockchain having limited usefulness. Most of my friends are engineers btw, a few full stack, a few front end only, a few HW engineers including one who works for AWS throw in, a couple are building on the IC (as are all the other SW engineers building on it, coincidentally) and love Motoko - all of them find it interesting and don't poopoo it based on what they've preconceived the drawbacks to be based on a lack of inquisitiveness, they've actually bothered to read through the docs and grasped the benefits. They definitely poopoo it based on SBF's launch P&D and the main drawback (and it's a HUUUGE one) which is monetisation of apps and inability to subsidise content which wastes space with a long tail of not being accessed (user-generated video/picture sites which are the dominant category of the internet would be rendered useless by ingress costs on the IC). That lack of user tracking across sites and inability to advertise effectively (which currently subsidises most of the internet) is a huge hurdle, we both know people hate paying for shit and the silly blockchain answer to that is to try to shill collectible jpegs or a random token that...does...god what should it do? Blockchain devs in general really need to create a new model for their specific dapps (most seem to avoid having a project tax as if we're in biblical times or something but some of the best working projects have a tax to fund themselves) because until the blockchain aspect vanishes into the background and just becomes an invisible privacy, security and decentralisation measure it's a huge "yuck" factor for normal people.

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Independent data centers versus AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, they're decentralising away from the kings of industry. Much much lower egress (data output) cost, one vertical tech stack versus you needing to sort out separate database, security, server accounts which introduce vectors of attack - exploits tend to exploit vulnerabilities in between the sellotaped-together current Web2 stack. Well, that and people, people making mistakes are usually the main culprit in a hack. They're going to be allowing servers outside of the strict spec they have at the moment eventually, but it'll still be very high spec and you'll need a 1Gbit connection minimum, I think the machines at the moment cost about $22k and require 30TB of NVMe storage 512GB RAM and an AMD Epyc CPU. I'd expect the next generation of requirements to be higher spec and probably around the same cost. Whether they allow you to become a node or not also depends on use of the network - there's no point paying tons of node rewards to an ever growing flood of nodes that aren't anywhere near max capacity. Current usage suggests it could be a year or two before they open up to onboard the people who've already signed onto the waitlist to become a node. There was talk about creating a sibling network called "Badlands" where the system requirements would be more of an anything-goes and people could choose poor performance for the sake of greater decentralisation, but that has been shelves at least for the time being. I personally think there's no point in doing it because it sounds like exactly what Maidsafe/Autonomi is aiming for, they can let them do the Badlands thing and incorporate and communicate with that chain via a canister in the future. Plus it's a bit of a waste of Dfinity's R&D time when they should focus purely on bolstering the IC's tech stack.

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ICP's UX > atomic swaps, if you prefer clunky then stick with clunky. Some people use Linux without a GUI, most want a better UX from their OS. >Why would anyone move from AWS to a blockchain? A single vertical tech stack which covers the gamut from hosting to database to security versus the current meta of a hodge podge array of services you have to Rube Goldberg together which increases vectors of attack every step of the way plus it's cheaper in the long run. Ingress is free on AWS vs the $5/GB/yr for ICP but egress is where AWS make their money with AWS currently costing ~$0.023/GB versus ICP's $0.0002733/GB. The only instances where AWS wins is for bulky long tail data which is never accessed, so the gargantuan amounts of photo or video content generated by users is currently very unsuited to the IC. As for smart contract hacks, you have to understand the vast gulf between how many smart contract hacks (generally coded by relative novices in terms of cybersecurity) there are per year Vs the 300m+ attempted ransomware attacks per year, with entire health services of countries having been crippled by them in the last few years? Incomparable and an ill-considered argument that's very reminiscent of what Jamie Dimon would say about any crypto at all. Might as well pull the plug on the whole industry, centralisation is king because nothing really bad happens with the current tech stack, just several hundred million instances of attempted ransomware attacks and thousands which are successful. Anyway, I doubt facts will ever change your mind so have a lovely day!

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Thanks for the warning! Report to FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) too.

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Explain to us why unhackable websites with no need for a firewall is a bad thing. And once you say "but nothing is unhackable" we'll know you don't know how nodes work and probably have never read the word Byzantine before. Hack each node within one second, continue every step of the attack within one second, that's the only way to hack sites on the IC, and once you've "succeeded" at hacking the site, everything else is siloed within more smart contracts which you now also have to attack with sub-second finality. How does it feel to be a scumbag talking shit about a subject you've never researched?

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Allows cheap multichain interoperability without a custodial bridge - it's a smart contract in control of an address on the other chain - (BTC, ETH both implemented SOL on testnet right now, ERC20s being tested), can act as an extra security layer for dapps interacting with other chains using its Internet Identity (secured via biometrics), inhibits tracking across the internet because each new dapp account gets its own new address anchored to your principal ID but obfuscated on the dapp side, allows websites to be built with no need for a firewalls because the site is inside a smart contracts, removes risk of ransomware attacks and DNS spoofing attacks due to each node hosting a site needing to be hacked all at once in under 1 second and every move after that also having to be finalised across those nodes in the same timeframe, can act as an oracle because of HTTPS outcalls, doesn't require users to spend money to use dapps due to a reverse gas model where the devs who own the site pay, can host data so now people don't need to hope that their NFT receipt will continue to pint to a website that might not exist in weeks, months or years to come - ingress is a bit more expensive but egress is much cheaper than AWS so user generated video sites will be useless until they find a way to reduce that cost but anything with static content will be far cheaper to run, can run AI within smart contracts and has a partnership with Singularity which I presume will transfer over to the new agreement between Singularity, Fetch and Ocean where they're joining forces to share research/data. If you do want to transact across the IC yourself rather than within a dev-funded dapp then costs are about $0.006, sub-cent. That's just off the top of my head, there might be more. Ignore anybody who says it's a "killer" of other chains, it's designed to augment every other chain.

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Seems a bit simplistic as IC also offers many security and privacy features out the gate that AWS doesn’t. It’s also an inherent bridge to BTC and ETH and soon USDC.

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Looks like Algo has about 1/100 avg and 1/3 max tx speed, and 2.8 seconds per block to IC’s 44 blocks per second all running on around the same number of nodes (~1400). https://metrics.algorand.org

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According to their dashboard Avalanche had a max of 328 TPS last week where IC is sitting around 5,500 TPS (1,000 more than Avax’s theoretical maximum) and had a 15k TPS 90 day peak. Does it really take 2000 Avax ($70k) to become a validator with a recommended minimum of 5 validators for a subnet? That’s $350k? Seems like a barrier to decentralization and way more expensive than IC nodes.

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Honestly I don't really think you should have all these downvotes for just asking a question, it's lowkey toxic. But to answer your question, \*anyone\* with ethereum can become a validator totally anonymously (decentralized). For IC you must DOX yourself and ask permission from a group of people to become a validator (centralized). Ethereum has it's own issues but I caution some of the thing you think are big-upsides to IC: Chain-size and transaction speed generally work great until that chain experiences mass adoption. If you see IC recieve the adoption level of solana expect it to have all of the same issues like bloated chain-size, slow/failed/congested network, potential outages, etc...

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>The AI implementation on IC is next level compared to what anyone else is doing. What exactly does this AI implementation?

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I mean the IC will also improve as more nodes come online. Future promises are weak against current results.

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>lots of people I worked with couldn't set the clock on the microwave That might be true of "IT pro" but everyone in my tech shop is an IC. Half of us are SDE2 and SDE3s from FAANG, myself included. We don't enforce PIPs as strictly as Amazon but we do a pretty good job of forcing out underperformers. Map, encode, compress, translate are all close approximations of what hashing achieves. If someone reports that they "compressed values using SHA256" and a listener is unable to understand what that means, I'm probably going to assume the listener is an idiot.

Mentions:#IC#SHA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Report to the IC3 and local internet crime task forces. ETH transactions can be traced to their destination

Mentions:#IC#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Er.. no. Institutions are not emotional players. If they have to divest away from BTC, they need to go through IC. Discuss, debate. It isn't so straightforward as going to your account and selling in panic.

Mentions:#BTC#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am sorry, I am being insensitive. That sucks. Make sure to report the case to IC3. It's a far too common situation and people tend to blame the victims instead of the scammers.

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Damn... Well if you are an American you need to report it IC3 https://www.ic3.gov/

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hello u/Seddy01 ! We sent a DM to you over Reddit Chat section regarding this matter. We have a few updates about this situation. Is it possible for you to check our message and let us know more? Thank you so much! \^IC

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

> I challenge you to enumerate a single specific thing that ICP does that is useful for a typical person. Sign ins with an identity that requires no user name or password. Never have to remember them. I sign in to every app on the IC with a simple face scan. Lol dude you have no idea. >And in all likelihood ICP would probably run on top of AWS as well I keep laughing at this one. 30 minutes would show you what is going on. This is an AWS competitor.

Mentions:#ICP#IC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Ah. IC.

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

File a report with cybercrimes law enforcement such as FBI's IC3 division. Watch out for recovery scammers.

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Very good project but their user base falls into that "monocoin zealot" trap that most fanbois fall into, thinking it's a "one chain to rule them all" situation, which isn't happening. Some might be put off by it being a consortium validated chain, but many are put off by the IC being a VC seed-funded chain so that's much of a muchness, people will find any reason to piss and moan. Especially BTC maxi scum. I'd like to see Hedera integrated with the IC some day, their tx throughput and sharding ability once it's needed is smart and much easier to scale than the IC's which needs new subnets and nodes to increase tx speed. They serve different purposes via different routes and shouldn't really be thought of as enemies but from being on the Hedera sub you'd think we pissed in their milkshake or something.

Mentions:#IC#VC#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Maybe retail didn't know but the airdrop offer in 2017 was pretty big news at the time so I'd expect most 17ers who weren't BTC maxis to have seen the name at some point. The best base for learning the ins and outs is the [developer forum](https://forum.dfinity.org/categories), basically dfinity's version of ethresear.ch Due to how broad the project is it's very easy to get lost down whatever rabbit hole, it's all very technical much the same as ethresear.ch I'm as big a fan of ICP as I am of ETH, I was waiting years for ICP to release but I knew the price (like the price of everything in the main bull year) was ridiculous. Waited for the suicide hotlines to pop up during the bear and started buying, dumped a shit ton in when it hit below the last investor funding price. I think it has the potential to supercharge every crypto it integrates, it's a security, scaling and potentially even an abstract tooling solution for every project (using AI to audit token contracts as they try to onboard to a DEX would be a great use case) and it's throughput scales upwards as more nodes join. The downsides - the price chart kept ETH devs away from it for the past couple of years even though the IC is ostensibly an Ethereum add-on to help it become more secure and helps fill out Vitalik's vision for a "World Computer".

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm very ETH and Layer 2 heavy myself, just don't see the point in talking about them cos they're already a part of the cryptoverse narrative. Personally think the IC will end up being a part of it too but this sub is determined to push disinformation about it, so I pipe up about it. Good luck to you to, hope you become a bajillionaire!

Mentions:#ETH#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It was certainly overvalued, but there was a market for it for two years before the launch and the chart people see on CMC or coingecko, see [here](https://coincodex.com/crypto/internet-computer-iou/?period=ALL). People's shock at it entering the top 5 in 2021 is also a little misplaced, the last funding round for it in 2018 had it valued as a top 5 project at the time and it was years from launch at that stage. People need to stop being so tribalist about their coins - there won't be one chain to rule them all and ICP isn't trying to kill your project, it's trying to shift people's dependence on centralised servers and security infrastructure. All those DNS spoofing attacks where a fraudulent copy of a page like Metamask steals your keys? Impossible on the IC. Ransomware taking over a site? Impossible on the IC. Data breach of a company or governmental entity? Impossible on the IC. Everybody just wants to look at a chart and call it a failure despite the project having the aim to keep all users of all chains safer and it'll help all chains scale... but whatever. Remindme! 18 months

Mentions:#ICP#IC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

What is an IC3 form & where do I report it?

Mentions:#IC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Okay, some good and some bad news: 1. This is 100% a scam and you're unlikely to get your money back. 2. The 1NKMe address is a Binance Deposit address and the bc1q 'mining' address, simply feeds into the Binance deposit address. 3. The Binance deposit address appears to receive money from at least one other scam and also from bitcoin ATM machines. 4. The Binance address was last paid into on 28 Feb after being used regularly for about a year. It may have been frozen. I doubt it will have any funds remaining. I'd advise you to fill out an IC3 form and get in touch with your local police.

Mentions:#ATM#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> Where is decentralized internet? As well as MaidSafe this is literally what Dfinity have running right now. Maidsafe will be slower but not as slow as TOR(because anybody can be a node which means tons of shit computers making up a large swathe of the network) but if it gains traction it should be more decentralised, Dfinity operates at normal web speeds and acts as more of a performance-focused distributed and decentralised AWS. There's a bit of a "you can lead a horse to water but you can't make them drink it" schism in the community, you can literally send your ETH to the Internet Computer and (checks last ETH transaction fee on the IC) transferring ETH costs $0.00665294. ERC support coming in around two months. Buuuuut people here hate the chart and the name, it gives them the big sads, so even if it's literally doing everything they're asking for, they'll still discount it, shit talk it, pretend it doesn't exist. So they get the fees and the ecosystem they deserve.

Mentions:#TOR#ETH#IC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

The Internet itself is a DARPA project. Tor comes out of the intelligence community. Up until quite recently, the IC has been a major proponent of secure anonymous free speech technology, up until people they didn't like started using their toys. Of course now their true colors are revealed and we can see all the democracy and free speech ideological agenda was a total scam, but the cat is out of the bag.

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Watching ICP go to like 600 after the IC0 on Coinbase, watching it crash, and then buying at 150, so fucking certain it would at least double from that bottom. And then the bottom kept dropping....

Mentions:#ICP#IC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I'm an anonymous hacker, working with the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) Team. we help victims recover lost money and information from scammers. are you a victim of scam?

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That is bold lol. AI and gaming I think are better narratives but memes will catch up. Idk why you didn’t do this a couple months ago but more power to ya. I’m in 3 meme coins none of which your in: COQ INU, bc.. that shits funny. HUSKY bc.. it COULD be the dog of avax. And.. IC GHOST bc I believe in the technology of ICP. I don’t really believe you put that much money into memes btw… I tried to buy PEPE a couple months ago but the fees in coinbase wallet to buy it are fucking insane.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

This sucks, feel for you man. An expensive lesson. Post the public address/es the btc was move from, perhaps someone can trace where it moves to. Make sure you report this to police in you're jurisdiction and complete an IC3 complaint form.

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DAOs on the Internet Computer (ICP) work great. The IC is leading the number of proposals by a tenfold margin.

Mentions:#ICP#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

From my understanding, eventhough apple is a dirty filthy company their encryption is one of the hardest to crack, if your device is new enough. But I cannot state it enough that I hate apple, and I have no idea, but here are some pointers: The T2 chipset have integrated EAS 264 bit encryption and encrypts everything, but aslong as the chips are together you could recover everything if the person is skilled enough in doing so. I dont know if apple supports harddrive shredding but i never sell ssds and hdds used, they get drilled and thrown away. A phone is another area, since you cant just take the ssd out and sell everything else. See if you find a shredder. (Factory reset, run shredder - it just copies and writes / deletes files all over the IC over and over untill everything on the drive is a mess so nothing can be recovered) but i dont know if this is the case with apple. In theory if the wrong person gets the phone and have malice in mind everything could be recovered I guess, EVERYTHING.

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> give an example where a decentralized application is more efficient than a centralized one Ransomware hacks. Try to recall the amount of headlines you've seen where an entire health service's database was hacked into over the last decade and locked up for ransom and/or leaked. Wouldn't have happened on the IC at all due to nodes acting as failure/hack/state-change checks every 1-2 seconds. That's a huge boon.

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You're like 1/3 right. Most web 3 projects front ends are hosted on AWS, the ownership data is stored on a blockchain hence decentralized, but the blockchain nodes are also run on AWS whether that's decentralized is up for debate. Then the assets are on either AWS s3 or IPFS. On ICP, the full stack *can* be on the IC.

Mentions:#ICP#IC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

>> But is even that really necessary? Does Tails prevent you doing a simple copy-and-paste of the field, > > It wasn't Tails, it was the IC webpage it you try to roll over the QR it disappears, had to screenshot it. I don't think you understood what I said. The QR code carries the same information as the text. So just copy and paste the text, and ignore the QR code altogether! Why can't you do that? Works for me. Imagine if you got a link to some Web site in an email (let's pretend for a moment it's not presented as a link, so you can't just click on it, and also assume it's safe to follow such a link), and instead of copying and pasting it into your browser, you take a screenshot of the email, then run the screenshot through OCR software to get the text back. What you were doing feels somewhat similar to me. QR codes are only really useful in situations where you can't use copy and paste, like if you have two separate devices, or the information is on paper, or if copy and paste isn't usable for some reason. > Im off to look at Bitcoin Cores wallet as I have an extra computer as well. I don't think the Core wallet is terribly full-featured. Plus, is it even usable separate from the node functionality? Well, I suppose you can import and export transactions, but that seems clunky to me. It's definitely designed to integrate with the node. And I say this as someone who runs his own full node. I *still* don't use the Core wallet. > Tails /Electrum with spare offline phone for hot wallet Isn't this a contradiction in terms? A hot wallet, by definition, is *online*.

Mentions:#IC#QR
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Thanks for the help. I think this will about wrap it up. I'm not sure I understand what this is about. Were these different things you tried? Did you create multiple wallets using these different steps? Or something else? Yes, made lots of wallets and to see what IC info was retained by the Electrum wallet. Example when you created the wallet using the IC Master Private Key QR the seeds are not kept by the Electrum wallet. It says False next to seeds in the Wallet Info tab. Yet all the receive addresses are there, derivation path looked ok, etc.... But I wasn't going to risk it, not when if you follow Electrums (non Bip39) ways that area says "Verified True". So I just gave up on the whole idea of using IC site to get better entropy and use it to create a stronger Electrum wallet. ------ I knew about 2 mirrors to correct, but I actually thought for a moment that it didn't need that help as there are squares in only three of the corners that should /could allow it to rotate and flip if needed. Im guessing they just aren't going to do that extra step as its probably a lot of work, more code to go wrong for .00001% of it being useful to anyone. But is even that really necessary? Does Tails prevent you doing a simple copy-and-paste of the field, It wasn't Tails, it was the IC webpage it you try to roll over the QR it disappears, had to screenshot it. A lot more people lose their bitcoin by losing or forgetting all the details of what they did than by actually having it stolen. This. Have heard that alot and decided not to go for the deep cold storage, wondering the sd card will survive, the paper, etc... Instead just stay current and redone everything when there is an upgrade, keeps you from getting rusty and makes sure not too many upgrades happen when your not looking. Im off to look at Bitcoin Cores wallet as I have an extra computer as well. But as for now I like Tails /Electrum with spare offline phone for hot wallet over Coldcard with the same phone, thx

Mentions:#IC#QR
r/BitcoinSee Comment

> My thinking was to use the Ian Coleman "IC" site for its strengths and choose a different language as any hacker getting it from the USA would likely try English Why is English a problem? Are you thinking of dictionary attacks? I don't believe that applies here. Dictionary attacks work with *passwords* because people are not very random with their choice of passwords and like to make short ones based on a word or two. Key word: "choice". Passwords people choose tend to be low-entropy, because people are bad at randomness. However, here you are letting an RNG generate 128–256 bits of entropy. The mnemonic is nothing but an encoding of that entropy. It doesn't make it any easier to guess. But it *does* make it easier for you to handle as a human. That is, *if* you use the mnemonic, as opposed to just copying master keys or whatever. > derivation 84 (I was just saying 32 because earlier because it was the standard and messing it with is a good way to make your coins unrecoverable) thru experimenting I realized only 84 will produce bc1 addresses, which I think is best going into the future. BIP 84 is the standard that specifies the derivation path for P2WPKH (pay-to-witness-public-key-hash) wallets, P2WPKH being the script type that has "bc1q" addresses associated with it. So it makes sense you get those only if you choose BIP 84. Other choices there, other than BIP 32, correspond to other script types. One that is missing on that page is BIP 86, which is for P2TR (pay-to-Taproot) scripts, which have "bc1p" addresses. But then, Electrum doesn't yet support P2TR wallets. > 1. ... > 2. ... > 3. ... I'm not sure I understand what this is about. Were these different things you tried? Did you create multiple wallets using these different steps? Or something else? > if I could get the QR to work that would be great, but getting the laptop camera to snap a picture in a mirrror didnt work. QR codes generally cannot be scanned in mirror image, as they are not designed to make such a distinction apparent to a scanner. A mirrored QR code looks superficially like a non-mirrored one turned a different way, but things are in the wrong places. If you really need to have a device scan a QR code from its own screen, you need to use an even number of mirrors, so the image goes back non-mirrored. However... > However next to the camera button there was the choice to "Read from file". I snapped a screenshot (.png) and went to the .png file and entered it. It took a few seconds but it seemed to load/accept it Yes, this is a lot easier. But is even that really necessary? Does Tails prevent you doing a simple copy-and-paste of the field, instead of going through all that rigamarole? I'm not familiar with use of Tails, so I don't actually know. But surely there is an easier way than what you're trying to do. > enter 12 more custom words (this is another reason im using IC, I get a good set of 12 more words This is your passphrase, then. That's what the "extend with custom words" option in Electrum is referring to. > then the PassPhrase There is no "then" at this point. You have already entered your second 12-word phrase as the passphrase. There is no option to add anything more. If you want to enter 24 words in Electrum (which is of dubious benefit, as Bitcoin keys, being ECC, only have ~128 bits of security, the same as the entropy you get through a 12-word mnemonic), then just generate a 24-word mnemonic, which Electrum will accept as a BIP 39 mnemonic. It's only Electrum mnemonics that must be 12 words. > HERE IS the main reason Im trying to use the IC -as long as it doesn't make my wallet unrecoverable- it generates a 100 digit passphrase, the longest allowable, in my brain I hope you have a savant-level memory, because there is no way *I* would be able to remember something like that. And there is no way I can recommend it to anyone, including you. Word of advice: unless you have superb discipline, don't try to get fancy with your security measures. A lot more people lose their bitcoin by losing or forgetting all the details of what they did than by actually having it stolen.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

I’m an IC worker myself which is covered under ‘gig workers.’ Someone only read the headlines. Not surprised

Mentions:#IC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

This. Your last sentence is what i have been unable to get reddit to understand , though im sure the breakdown is on my end. My thinking was to use the Ian Coleman "IC" site for its strengths and choose; a different language as any hacker getting it from the USA would likely try English tick the B39 passphrase derivation 84 (I was just saying 32 because earlier because it was the standard and messing it with is a good way to make your coins unrecoverable) thru experimenting I realized only 84 will produce bc1 addresses, which I think is best going into the future. Thats the easy part, but how to enter it into Electrum and get the "unlimited" addresses. The IC site has the ability to show QR if you roll over the text addresses. 1. Open Create Wallet in Electrum, (if the next choice was Import Private Keys that would be great, but I couldn't get the QR window to except the QR code from the IC website and i sure as h--- am not going to trust myself to type it in. 2. Open Create Wallet in Electrum, Standard Wallet, Use a Master Key - stumped...Master Key has both Public and Private Keys yes. IC site doesn't make it clear. 3. Open Create Wallet in Electrum, Standard Wallet, I have a seed, switch SEED TYPE from Electrum (drop down) to BIP39, enter 12 words, scroll down to tick box "Extend seed with custom words" (which always concerned me because people could add crazy words not in the B39 wordlist, they probably think it is the dictionary, 2048 seems small) then ENTER, enter 12 more custom words (this is another reason im using IC, I get a good set of 12 more words, hit enter retype your first 12, then your 2nd 12, enter, then the PassPhrase (HERE IS the main reason Im trying to use the IC -as long as it doesn't make my wallet unrecoverable- it generates a 100 digit passphrase, the longest allowable, in my brain -takes the longest to brute force, cut and past that in because I will be offline and the laptop won't be ever going back on (spare laptop). I really haven't decided whether to do a paper or thumb drive backup of the 24 seeds, passphrase and printouts of the MasterKey and Private Key, probably both in seperate locations. So what I can't tell is if its going to keep supplying address like I hope it will. An aside, I wish there was a wallet that used a mixed language wordlist, making it say 10x larger, but maybe 2048 is enough.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No they haven't. The project does more than decentralized hosting, e.g Akash, which is pretty much Airbnb but for renting servers, the execution is also replicated so you get the benefits of smart contracts: no single point of failure, censorship resistance and tamperproof execution. On top of that there are some features which help devs integrate their services with web2 and web3, the former by perfoming HTTP calls directly from IC smart contracts and the latter by using Threshold cryptography, which allows smart contracts to securely store private keys so that they can move funds natively on other chains. Also the IC execution layer is based on WASM VM, which allows it to run any language that can be compiled to it or that can be interpreted by a wasm supported language. Right now it supports: Rust, C, Motoko (IC's own language), JS and Python. With more languages being worked on. One IC dev recently demonstrated at ETH cinco de mayo how you can run a express.js server directly on the IC as a smart contract, which is pretty unique in the space, as it means web2 devs can easily transition to developing decentralized applications by leveraging the tech stack they already know.

Mentions:#IC#JS#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There are sites on the IC already. DSCVR hosts an official Solana social site as well as being a general reddit-alike with hundreds of thousands signed up, OpenChat is like Discord, has 100k+ users, Bioniq Ordinals marketplace uses ICP as a sidechain tethered onto Bitcoin. Lots of possibilities.

Mentions:#IC#ICP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sites within the IC won't be able to track you, each site you sign in for creates a new wallet-as-ID controlled by your original canister/Internet Identity on your side but opaque to everybody else. All the new site sees is your new wallet. At best they'll see that *something* happened but they won't be able to connect the dots, collate the data & mine the data. Which is where the value is for data gathering.

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

/u/s1fro Firstly: everybody in here who's a monocoin zealot needs to see that ICP isn't trying to dethrone your coin - it's trying to augment your coin's abilities, it's a platform other chains benefit from much like Polkadot or Cosmos except more advanced and much more elegant from a UX standpoint. It's not competition as a layer 1, it's competition to the insecure and centralised ways apps currently interact with the web. Anybody remember a recent post where somebody got DNS spoofed and sent their coins to whoever managed to infect them? Wouldn't and couldn't happen on ICP. Impossible. Everything on-chain which means everything as secure as a blockchain or as secure as the smart contract on the chain. No data tracking across websites. No need for firewalls if hosting a site, no risk of snooping through your company servers from the outside - all past and future exploits dependent on vectors of attack presented by the current fractured nature of the modern tech stack rendered null and void. No risk of ransomware attacks, no hostile takeovers of sites or accounts unless they have the private key for the canister controlling the site or account (which realistically should be multisig if valuable anyway) and if somebody does manage to find an exploit in the contract your site is hosted within their hack will be be restricted to the node they're connected to and that WILL be noticed by the other nodes nodes in about 2 seconds and flagged/paused/reverted, so now in order to hack a website every single move has to be coordinated across the multiple nodes the site is hosted on and every action has to have no lag so each node gets the same update with 1-2 seconds. What about having a multichain wallet which isn't an app on your phone or dependent on a browser extension and is secured by threshold ECDSA and signed by your biometrics on your phone? It's in alpha, but [that exists](https://oisy.com/) and with chainkey Solana coming soon you'll be able to sign and swap tokens across networks for less than a cent at a time once it's on the IC using an Internet Identity without having to worry about spoofed pages/DNS/malware stealing your keys. What about having 200 of the most well-respected cryptographers in the world working for them, Whether it's IBM stalwarts or the L from BLS signatures Ben Lynn working for them (aka how ETH's Beacon Chain works, it was inspired by Dfinity's use of BLS signatures). What about Vitalik having consistent high praise for the project? And yet we're supposed to believe every turd-snorting shit for brains mongoloid on this forum knows better than him? Mmkay, you make your choices. Suffice to say I hold Vitalik's opinion in higher regard than a group of tribal regards who debate if DOGE or XRP will moon sooner.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Decentralized web3 so no one can remove your website because they don’t like it. How does that work? >"In particular, smart contracts on the IC can service HTTP requests created by end users, so that smart contracts can directly serve interactive web experiences. This means that systems and services can be created without relying on corporate cloud hosting services or private servers, thus providing all of the benefits of smart contracts in a true end-to-end fashion." Is this how?

Mentions:#IC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I haven’t been robbed from exodus, but I have filed a complaint to the IC3 federal guys and never got a response. I tried to buy an antminer in like 2017 from a fake website for 0.1BTC. Anyways, I think those forms go right into some interns trash can on their office computer. You will never hear from the government about this complaint.

Mentions:#IC#BTC
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

$ICP & $IC, all you need! Mark this thread and remind me 1 year later :) No financial advise!

Mentions:#ICP#IC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

>Have you had any contact by anyone since then? The report to the IC3 had everything, Local PD did not ask even though I assured them I could provide them. No status update. I wasn't even going to file local PD, but after someone found out what exact exchange it went through (CoinEx) I figured I might as well contact them and they said they cooperate if contacted by authorities. So my IC3 report and Local PD report are like 17 days apart. But CoinEx is also a no KYC and doesn't require ID apparently and is HK based. So no real grasp on hope but I decided to at least follow through and not just toss in the towel with no effort.

Mentions:#IC#PD#HK
r/BitcoinSee Comment

You have fallen for a pig Butchering scam my friend. All the funds were sent to Huobi. It's probably a south east Asian twenty year old who has had their passport taken from the and they've been forced to scam you. The person is likely not female. The pictures you publish are modelled or stolen. The platform you show is just an empty bullshit application designed for the sole purpose of scamming people. Complete an FBI IC3 online report and contact your local police force ASAP. Unfortunately the chances of getting anything back are slim. Sorry for your loss. 😔

Mentions:#IC#ASAP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not really. Gold is extensively used in the semiconductor industry for IC manufacturing. No gold -> No chips (IC) -> No mobile phones, computers, and even bitcoin mining rigs!

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Well surely I don't know everything, but the Internet Computer narrative has peaked my interest lately. I've been in crypto for a while and always failed to understand how crypto would make it into our everyday life. It felt great to "move money around" but that's it. The IC has been the first project where I told myself: wow, that could actually be used for any app with the benefit of blockchain. I guess the main difference is you can host anything on chain (unlike other blockchains where is costs thousands of dollars to host 1Gb). So, not saying ICP will solve all your problems. Simply that it deserves some attention.

Mentions:#IC#ICP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’ve got a gigantic bag of neurons, IC alts, and IC nft’s ;)

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Need to report to law enforcement for cybercrimes, not just local police. In the USA that would be the FBI's IC3 division.

Mentions:#USA#IC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Ever Lost your funds trying to invest/withdraw/send/receive crypto coins??send a DM for the IC3 DEPARTMENT to carry out an INVESTIGATION. For recovery of lost funds..

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

They're conflating websites running on the IC with the chain being shut down, they can be safely ignored.

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The IC has a Posse.

Mentions:#IC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The IC has been an inevitability in this space since 2016 but 90% of this sub arrived after the ICO & after the airdrop sign-up so they're livid at the Dfinity team for SBF pumping the price before launch and dumping on their heads the day before BTC took a 40% nosedive, because they're special in the head like that.

Mentions:#IC#BTC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Easycryptos shitcoin brokerage was incorporated in late 2018 by a servant of the Westpac Bank NZ whose role at Westpac was as their Corporate Strategy Manager. For context earlier that year Cryptopia a Christchurch based crypto exchange had gained a huge following both with NZers and overseas customers. It was turning over more daily than the NZX. This would surely have caught the attention of the legacy fiat monetary system businesses including their primary sector the US majority shareholder owned Big Four 'Aussie' banks. Prior to Easycrypto incorporating in late 2018 Cryptopia was advised by its bankers that it needed to have its internal systems overhauled by intermediaries supposedly expert in auditing and managing such systems. The systems managers employed were Intranel. Intranel whose partners www.chainfinancial.io were in turn partners with the ANZ bank and PWC. So as Easycrypto prepared to enter the market Cryptopia had already been required to employ outside consultants to work on its internal systems supposedly on the pretext of compliance with the banks auditing-security requirements. Shortly after Easycrypto commenced operating Cryptopia was hit by a massive hack- a hack that looked a lot it like an inside job- a hack which gained the hackers little if any monetary gain as the funds removed from Cryptopias custody and control were tracked and never substantially moved beyond surveillance. But what was achieved was the destruction of Cryptopia. Without the removal of Cryptopia it is hard to see how Easycrypto would have ever been a commercial success as its service range, fees and charges were all substantially inferior to those offered by Cryptopia. But with the 'fortuitous' removal of Cryptopia, Easycrypto was positioned to begin its rise to become the predominant NZ Crypto-Bitcoin market player. Other exchanges never had the secure and assured direct banking service Easycrypto had gained via Kiwibank. Exchanges like Dasset and Kiwi-coin always relied upon banking service intermediaries like 'Crown Services'. Ultimately both Dasset and Kiwi-coin had even this intermediary banking access cut, and today Kiwi-coin is reduced to very low turnover reliant upon P2P fiat exchanges as it has no banking access. Dasset went insolvent after losing banking access early in 2023. Several Aussie brokers and exchanges still operate in a small way perhaps via access provided by Aussie parent bank sponsors, but Easycrypto now appears to control the bulk of NZ market turnover. So is Easycrypto servile to and or colluding with the NZ bankers Cartel? There is no direct proof of this, only circumstantial evidence and multiple close associations and 'convenient' coincidences- like the hack of Cryptopia that opened up the market for new entrant Easycrypto. The links between Easycrypto CEO founder and the bankers go further- nine months after incorporating Easycrypto while employed as Corporate Strategy Manager at Westpac, the Easycrypto CEO now moved their employment to work under Christopher Luxon (CEO) and John Key (board member) at AirNZ. Key being also chairman of ANZ bank NZ Inc and previously the Prime Minister who put Kiwibank under 49% control of two state entities the NZ Super Fund and the ACC Fund. Following that transfer of ownership of Kiwibank direct political control was obviously diluted while fund managers and operatives of the two state funds became influential at Kiwibank. It was after this change to Kiwibanks corporate management structure that Easycrypto gained their direct and strategically crucial banking service agreement with Kiwibank which underpins their ability to invest in and expand and now dominate the NZ Bitcoin-crypto market place. Key also being the former PM who when exposed for his close association with foreign tax trusts abusing NZs tax trusts framework then instigated changes to NZs KYC regulations (which were carried forward by Amy Adams) which ultimately gave the bankers cartel convenient pretext to refuse banking to all custodial NZ Bitcoin platforms- making NZ the only OECD country to expressly not to allow banking access to custodial Bitcoin platforms (exchanges). Easycrypto works around these regulations and the bankers cartels very strict interpretation of them by being an entirely non custodial broker, never holding custody of a single sat but instead exclusively operating as a ticket clipping middleman broker between NZers and foreign exchanges...apparently primarily Binance. Thus NZ Banking Cartels member banks refuse to provide banking to any NZ Bitcoin platform except for Easycrypto. While none of this proves Easycrypto is a bankers cartel market capture and control mechanism, it does suggest it might be. Further to the above Easycrypto has always been extremely skillful in its social media and MSM promotion. Easycryptos first employee beyond the founder CEO and their 2IC brother was someone employed specifically to manage social media narrative presentation. That employee now presents to operate independently but still receives funding via sponsorship and referrals commissions from Easycrypto. That 'former' employee 'independent contractor' now controls the major NZ crypto groups on both Facebook and Reddit. Is Easycrypto a bankers cartel front designed to capture and control NZ Bitcoin-crypto market- the evidence suggests it might be and certainly there are substantial conflicts of interest and close associations with the cartel and its political sponsors. It would make sense for the cartel to want to have some close monitoring of and if possible direct control of the rapidly growing NZ Bitcoin-crypto market as this market presents a direct and existential threat to the fiat debt leveraged wealth, power, political patronage and monetary debasement that the cartel thrives upon. It is in the bankers strategic interest for consumers to have access to and use KYCed 'easy to use' CEX platforms rather than being forced underground to DEX-P2P trading which is much harder to monitor and control. If this was and is their strategy it can be relied upon that this strategy would be implemented carefully to always maintain a margin of plausible deniability...

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You know in general what ICP is, but the fact that you mention TPS as a metric for a decentralised cloud platform vs DLTs that process token transactions makes me question what you actually know about ICP. Let me help. 1 ICP tx/s is the equivalent of over 200k ETH tx/s in terms of computational work. Each ICP subnet can currently do 950 TPS (190 million TPS eth equivalent). ICP has 37 subnets ( totalling 7 billion eth equivalent TPS). Nothing else besides centralized clouds providers comes even close to the amount of computational work the IC can do [source](https://wiki.internetcomputer.org/wiki/Not_all_transactions_are_equal). It doesn't make sense to compare them because the comparison is really apples to oranges. This is not theoretical stuff. This entire [website](https://internetcomputer.org/) is running completely on chain, which would cripple every blockchain in the top 30 if you attempted to do on them. There are 1000s of 350k dApps/ websites/ canisters running entirely on canisters on chains. Here is a [list](https://internetcomputer.org/ecosystem) containing some of the applications. In my humble opinion there are 3 major innovations in the blockchain space: Bitcoin - money Ethereum - smart contracts+ money Internet Computer - Decentralised, tamperproof software ( full stacks)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

lol yes it does... along with web 3. It's whole thing is Web 3 as a service with a toolchain that eliminates the need for coding. The only thing IC have going are the developer number.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It also already has integration with Ethereum as well, but a much deeper integration is in the works that will allow not only a full Ethereum node running on the IC Blockchain, it will allow Ethereum dApps to use ICP assets without any off-chain third party. Following that, there will be many chain key integrations with Cardano, Solana, and Cosmo IBC at the protocol level. What this does is allow projects built on top of ICP to run dApps that can do native swaps between different blockchains without a bridge. None of the stuff is hypothetical. Some of them have already been accomplished and others are actively in the works. See [resources ](https://internetcomputer.org/multichain)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You need to find the online crimes law enforcement division in Australia, not just the regular police. Like the FBI IC3 in the US.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Rose is a product of IC3, just like chainlink and avax

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The backend data won't be visible to an end user and because there's only one or maybe two vectors of attack (the smart contract/canister your site is hosted in and whomever has the key to the canister) it's implicitly much more secure than any traditional IT infrastructure which is made up of a hodge podge of various technologies bandaged together which implicitly introduces attack vectors. Ransomware wouldn't exist on the IC, propensity for idiot employees to click random links in spam emails would be nullified because an attacker wouldn't be able to take over or snoop the backend of the site without the keys. Uploading data is actually more expensive than AWS, the cost benefit is when it's simple data (text, pictures) that gets called upon thousands or millions of times, then it's cheaper than AWS. Video sites would be a terrible use case and music streaming would be a questionable use case for ICP at the moment because most video content being uploaded to YT/FB/Insta/Twitter/TikTok doesn't get enough views to warrant the cost of uploading it, but for the mentioned services that cost is being subsidised elsewhere.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TL;DR: bri and TO’s money are gone TO has threatened bri of blackmail and slander if bri doesn’t pay him 40,000ust TO has made several social media pages and a website slandering Bri saying he took his money TO has tagged and emailed the partners of bri and another company unrelated to their deal. TO has included bri’s family in the defamation this person has zero knowledge of the transaction Steps done by bri • Lawyered up • Reported this to IC3, Interpol and FBI’s Cybercrime division • Made a report on meta for the defamatory pages made(bot filled) meta has acknowledged this(still not taken down though) • Made a report on linkedin which is also the most useless of all these.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What is IC3?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yup, gotta keep an eye on IC3. It's how i found out about ROSE.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Theyre both products of IC3. True adoption of blockchain is dependent on the safe transfer of data to siloed chains. This is why chainlink is the most important aspect of blockchain. 4chan realized this long ago.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I can definitely appreciate the initial implementation costs, but much like Solidity the native language Motoko will be very familiar to modern devs, except Motoko is easier to work with and find problems with. Solidity devs are doing fairly well and any modern dev will find Motoko easier to start working with, everything's a little bit more modular. I guess it'll come down to how much uptime a business wants (IC will have more uptime) and how secure they want their data to be (the site's contract will be more secure than the Frankenstein patchwork doll of typical IT infra). Moonshots wouldn't be a moonshot if there's no risk I guess.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> "Naturally, it means we lose all the extra layers of security and all our uptime SLA's and contractual caveats are gone and we cannot predict what the storage cost will be next week let alone next 3 years so forecasting budgets is no longer an option." You definitely haven't read how it works at all. The security of the website/IT infrastructure is in the smart contract, the website is hosted inside it. Firewalls don't need to exist on the IC. If somebody can hack your website's contract on the specific node they're connected to they're going to run into a wall once the consensus mechanism kicks in and the other nodes hosting your website inform the network that the site or node is compromised and gets swapped out. Implying that any random company's IT infrastructure is more secure than a blockchain is laughable. The computation costs are locked to amount-of-cycles per SDR, the value of ICP doesn't affect it. Egress is cheaper than ingress with the IC so it actually saves money for simple low-data sites with heavy traffic. On the other hand, terrible for hosting video.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It’s always been like this on /cc. No one here complains about Bitcoin or Ethereum’s rough starts and the fact they both had to hard fork, just that ICP pumped at launch because FTX started selling ICP futures the day before the entire market crashed. Shitty timing, but people here don’t want to look past that. The IC is better tech than Solana and with almost 50% of the token staked (compared to eth’s 23%), ICP will soon be competing in top ten coins. Sources: https://www.icpexplorer.org/ https://www.publish0x.com/johnwege/we-ve-been-fooled-how-ftx-tried-to-destroy-internet-computer-xnnyjqr

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Especially weird from a Solana shill, their socials are hosted on the IC.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

i suspect the seller was either scammed and did the same scam or he was part of [exchxdeal.com](https://exchxdeal.com). Please make a formal complaint at [IC3.com](https://IC3.com), FBI and at your local authorities both local FBI and local Trade and Industry. Get the IP address via Ping the website. If you can detect the host country, make a formal complaint at embassy. I suspect, this website is owned by chinese but the website server is in other country. Keep me updated. God bless.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> Because, as strange as it may seem, I dislike being lectured with marketing talking points by people who've evidently never written a single line of back-end code in their lives. Lol bullshit dude - you're trolling around cc looking for arguments because you're full of hate for blockchain. You hate being told your systems can be improved by blockchain because you carry such a heavy bias. You probably just hate Elon or something and this is how you lash out. Every second of every day those back-end systems you've built are being broken into and probed for vulnerabilities. You'll never, ever keep up - this will be endless. >There's nothing you can do with ICP that you can't do on conventional centralized systems and just as securely. Ignore and rant about it all you want but you can't argue away the fact that the website I've built and put on top of the IC will never be broken into. And anyone who puts data on it knows it'll never be stolen. You cannot say the same for anything built on current web2 systems. I understand it's frustrating spending all that time with security when ICP is offering a solution, but **you're building on a legacy stack**. ICP is removing all the overhead and complexity that you think is involved in blockchain, but it's the current systems that have that problem. You are losing and blockchain technology will win out in the end.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Anyone been scammed with crypto and figured out the best way to get the authorities to actually do something about it? We need the laws to change that is you commit fraud you do life in prison. I was convinced that the QFSworldbqnk.com also qfsassetbqnk.net are the best ways to store crypto backed up by a quantum computer and the QFS Quantum Financial system. The site went down and they are moving my crypto to other wallets. 2 to 100 recipients at a time and then it moves to other wallets. The emails also has interex trading involved in the email. Has anyone heard of this. The scam came through telegram on a side chat bullion, Bitcoin, & bullsh*t w/gmoney . Very convincing but has anyone been scammed like this or similar account? I heard it could be foreign like Nigerians but I am having the authorities look into it. If anyone has any info please let me know. Also everyone advocating for crypto get involved in pushing for life sentence to those that scam or commit fraud. No place in this world for it. From dark to light. #SEC #FBI #Cybercrime #Cyberfraud #cybercrime #cyberdepartment #IC3 #Trump #government #Police #redditarmy #cryptoarmy #bitcoin #michaelsaylor

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Anyone been involved in a crypto scam with the QFS? www.QFSWorldBqnk.com or QFSassetBqnk.net. The site went down and I can’t access any of my crypto. Anyone had success getting their crypto back after a scam? We need to change the law…if you commit fraud intentionally scam someone you do life in prison. No more slap on the wrist. Get the authorities involved . #SEC #FBI #IC3 #cryptoarmy #redditarmy #bitcoin #QFS #Q

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

had to look it up sorry, i was wrong btc price was higher. Almost 2 bucks https://imgur.com/a/88P54IC

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

and you post in /r/financialcareers lol do you even know what IC3 is? didn't think so.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Oh damn... I work for a Blockchain analytics company and I see scammers preying on old generations so viciously. It's awful. If you send me some of the theft transactions I can give you some evidence to show your dad it's a scam with justification about why the on-chain activity is clearly from a scam. I am so sorry. To be perfectly honest, the chances of recovering anything is very low, because the scammers launder the funds as soon as it is deposited to the fraudulent exchange. They only show a fake number as your account balance, to reduce the chances the victim doesn't recognize it's scam before they finish laundering the stolen funds. Please create a [IC3 crime report](https://www.ic3.gov/) and report the scam to the police.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

While I can't talk to the Bitbox, I can tell you the wonders of the Coldcard Mk4, as I'm a proud owner. The Mk4 has "security" written all over it. It comes directly from the manufacturer, and while it takes them a month or so (they are backlogged), it's worth it. \- It has a serial number on the sealed plastic bag it comes in, with a plastic strip of that same serial number, in the bag. To assure you no tampering occured during delivery. \- It has a clear casing, so you can see the electronics inside, including the IC chip. So you are assured no one tampered with the electronics. \- It allows you to use "dice roll entropy" when setting up your 24 word private key. You literally roll a die, give it that number, and repeat like 100 times. To ensure your words are truly randomized. \- It has the air gap capability, so you use an SD card to save the unsigned transaction from your computer or phone, then you have the wallet sign that transaction, and you put the SD card back to your computer/phone, to send. Your Mk4 never touches the internet. Only negative would be, I don't like how some of the buttons are kind of hard to press. I sometimes have to press them twice before they will take. But...that's livable. I'd recommend the Mk4! I love mine. Good luck!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

A few hours ago, one of the m.o.d.s of /r/safemoon, oOViP3RDriV3ROo, dem.o.d.d.e.d themselves in attempts to escape any liability for helping their fraud run for years. Please make sure to file a complaint with the SEC and FBI (IC3). Include all their usernames in the complaints The more complaints we file the better chances they all get investigated and drug into this. They are complicit in this fraud. It only takes a few minutes to file online.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I don't believe he thinks that, he said he believes Dfinity is competent and see ICP as a sister network with his own mouth. [Vitalik on Dfinity ](https://youtube.com/shorts/9Vwdo6_fIAU?si=1kbQbB3_J9oVo2Sj) Ethereum is a traditional distributed ledger that runs token transactions.It makes sense for it to run on consumer hardware. ICP is not trying to be ethereum or any crypto. It's much more than that.The goal of the Internet Computer is to create a decentralized internet where software can be built and run with the same capabilities as traditional web services, but with the added benefits of blockchain technology. The difference between the IC and other Blockchains is the infrastructure is run by independent parties throughout the world. Again, ICP's deterministic decentralization integrates node hardware from diverse owners, data centers, geographies, and jurisdictions, which by definition is anything but web2. It's very resistant to regulatory capture since nodes that make the various subnets are run from different countries and jurisdictions but this is not the main point of the platform. It seeeks to provide an alternative to centralized corporate cloud which makes up the bulk of the internet infrastructure today. Platform risks are a bigger concern as far as ICP is concerned as proven by Heztner actions against Solana last year. They banned Crypto entirely from their from cloud services. This can happen with any other major companies in the future.ICP fixes that. The internet computer offers multiple advantages for not only blockchains but also traditional builders. You can choose to close your eyes and follow the herd if you want but those who know know.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> Not only is this not true It's absolutely true. IC isn't a cryptocurrency like I've explained. Bringing the internet on-chain is what they're working on. ETH Zurich members joined up for what? Making more money? Lol stop trolling.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>some of the top cryptographers in the world are working on the IC and it's "bullshit tech". Not only is this not true, it's not an argument. People will do anything for money. the "top cryptographers in the world" are busy working on general cryptography and generally do not care about cryptocurrencies.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You've been spewing out the same lame bullshit FUD we've been hearing about the IC for 2.5 years. Which one of your precious cryptocurrencies is at risk? Let me guess you won't even name one you actually believe in.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Lol some of the top cryptographers in the world are working on the IC and it's "bullshit tech". You people are laughable.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Like you've been told ICP is used to burn to get cycles to power the IC, and for participating in the **only** truly autonomous DAO that exists on the planet.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's worse because it's distributed across multiple nodes, which is a waste of space and makes no sense. >You said nobody wants to build a website on chain and yet there are over 100,000 of them on the internet computer. Wow that's amazing! I'm sure that there are tons of well respected websites on there right now!! >If any other Blockchain was capable of doing a fraction of the IC people would be raving about them. No, the idea is equally stupid even if you change the token ticker.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You clearly have not done your research. The IC isn't simply a blockchain. The architecture allows it to do things that traditional blockchains cannot do. [How ICP works ](https://internetcomputer.org/how-it-works) 1. There are things you can do with bitcoin besides payment. For example. You can use it for collateral to borrow against stable against it. The internet computer is integrated with bitcoin on a protocol level, which means whatever you can do with ICP you can do it with a wrapped version on the internet computer. The IC smart contracts can sign Bitcoin directly. Smart contracts being able to do HTTP outcalls is a huge freaking deal. You can securely bring data on chain without using an intermediary as all calls go through consensus [IC HTTP outcalls ](https://internetcomputer.org/https-outcalls) 2. Not all gaming required high speed. There are some games that make sense to build on chains and others not so much. It's up to developers to decide how they want to build their games. ICP simply extends their options. 3. Internet ID. Let me help you here ( [internet identity](https://identitydeck.internetcomputer.org/) 4. Canisters are mutable by default, although you can make them immutable as needed, meaning data on the internet computer works very much like conventional database. Stored data don't have to stay on chain forever. 5. State bloat isn't possible on the internet computer. Nothing is stored forever if it isn't paid for. It's not "paid once, store forever" platform. Developers have to continue charging their applications. Otherwise the protocol will automatically delete the data. Perhaps you should research and build a hello world app on it before you pass judgment. I am a developer and consistently amazed by the technology Dfinity has been able to build. Even Vitalik thought Dfinity is highly and building awesome stuff. [VB on Dfinity](https://youtube.com/shorts/9Vwdo6_fIAU?si=7UDL0BETh5JdR0GX). Perhaps he is just an idiot that doesn't know anything about technology and blockchains.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This [website ](https://internetcomputer.org/) is hosted completely on chain. Please tell me how it's worse than any competitor website. You said nobody wants to build a website on chain and yet there are over 100,000 of them on the internet computer. If any other Blockchain was capable of doing a fraction of the IC people would be raving about them.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's profitable for node providers since they don't have to worry about the fluctuation of ICP value. The advantage of building on $ICP vs other Blockchains is that you can build the entire user experience in one place and there is no dependency on centralized servers like AWS and GCS. You can build decentralised web services that are truly governed by their stakeholders and users. It's faster and cheaper. Or you can build your dApps on Ethereum or whatever Blockchains you want and the frontend on the IC, making all aspects of the stacks fully on chain.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I made sent my complaint into IC3 and I talked to binance. Local PD won’t do much about it but I’ll give it a shot

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