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View relaybot.config
#Can override these defaults per-section.
[DEFAULT]
#Twisted's default is 30 seconds.
timeout=180
port=6697
#A single channel to join, or a list of channels: #a-bridged-channel,#some-other-channel
channels=#joinmarket
nick=JoinMarketRelay
#Can change to allow more specialized behavior.
username=jmrelay
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chris-belcher / alectryon.py
Last active Feb 27, 2020
bitcoin-blockchain-feed-bot
View alectryon.py
#jsonrpc.py from https://github.com/JoinMarket-Org/joinmarket/blob/master/joinmarket/jsonrpc.py
#copyright # Copyright (C) 2013,2015 by Daniel Kraft <d@domob.eu> and phelix / blockchained.com
import base64
import httplib
import json
class JsonRpcError(Exception):
def __init__(self, obj):
self.code = obj["code"]
View raw-privkey-dangers.txt
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/29948/why-doc-says-importing-private-keys-is-so-dangerous
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/18619/why-so-many-warnings-about-importing-private-keys
behave un-intuatively
'giving' a key to someone still means you have it
change addresses / paper wallets
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chris-belcher / sorted-merkle-tree-issue693.md
Last active Oct 13, 2020
Sorted merkle tree as solution to issue #693
View sorted-merkle-tree-issue693.md

The Problem

JoinMarket has a problem where it assumes different nicknames have different bitcoin wallets. This can be exploited by people running multiple yield generator bots from the same wallet, so they get a higher rate of profit at the expense of de-legitimizing the system for privacy.

Crypto primitive 1: Merkle Tree

A merkle tree is a way of producing a commitment to a set, which can later can prove that elements are contained within the set using only O(logN) data, and only revealing one other element in the set.

For example here is a merkle tree commiting to a set of numbers {6, 3, 9, 0, 8, 4, 7, 2}

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chris-belcher / getpeerinfo-parse.py
Last active Apr 13, 2019
getpeerinfo-parse.py
View getpeerinfo-parse.py
#run with
#/path/to/bitcoin/bin/bitcoin-cli getpeerinfo | python getpeerinfo-parse.py
#output looks like
#zlato@zlato:~/bitcoin-0.17.1/bin$ ./bitcoin-cli getpeerinfo | python getpeerinfo-parse.py
#services L=NODE_NETWORK_LIMITED N=NODE_NETWORK G=NODE_GETUTXO B=NODE_BLOOM R=NODE_REPLACE_BY_FEE W=NODE_WITNESS X=NODE_XTHIN U=UNKNOWN
# id addr user-agent iB se re conn'd ping serv lastr
# # host oO nt cv MMDD-HHMM msec ices HHMMSS
# 414 27.102.130.92 /Satoshi:0.17.1/ oF 20M 28M 0411-2005 358 LNBW 121021
# 417 139.59.34.217 /Satoshi:0.15.1/ oF 17M 46M 0411-2006 163 NBW 121019
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chris-belcher / irc-own-pings.py
Created Dec 14, 2016
IRC script which sends its own pings without creating any other threads
View irc-own-pings.py
#irc script which sends its own pings without creating any other threads
import socket, random
from datetime import datetime
nick = 'testbot-' + hex(random.randint(0, 0xffffff))[2:]
hostport = ('irc.snoonet.org', 6667)
ping_interval_seconds = 30
ping_timeout_seconds = 60
View rbtc-censorship.md

r/btc markets itself as a "censorship-free" sub. In reality it attempts to silence the voices of people it disagrees with.

A few screenshot examples of censorship https://imgur.com/a/rHrtC

this article was deleted when posted, which describes how the mods of r/btc are roger ver's employees at bitcoin.com https://medium.com/@WhalePanda/the-curious-relation-between-bitcoin-com-anti-segwit-propaganda-26c877249976#.4mfo9qn3e

"Exploit code for the recent BTU attack - apparently this was posted to /r/btc, and of course, got censored. :)"

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chris-belcher / JMalert.md
Last active Nov 18, 2020
JoinMarket release 0.2.0 ameliorates this snooping attack.
View JMalert.md
View no-longer-a-dream.txt
hey cypherpunks, it's the end of the old regime
cryptographic currency, no longer a dream
oh believers in liberty, feel the new sunrise
trustworthy coinage is right before our eyes
it's time to remember the early pioneers
ten thousand coins for a pizza, they look back in tears
View block-probability.py
import matplotlib
import numpy.random
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
from matplotlib.ticker import FuncFormatter
#https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/4gp28d/how_to_avoid_getting_ripped_off_in_large_btc/
#https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Confirmation
cumulative = True
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