BitDevs Meetup 7

Core dev:

• Core Development Update #5

• "Reject" transaction error message implementation

• Compact Fraud Proofs

• Pay to contract with forgeability (chameleon hash)

• Spying Nodes?

• Confidence Chains

• BIP 70-72 for Onion URLs

Tools:

• Google Glass Bitcoin App

• Bitcoin SCI (PHP transaction tx processor) vulnerability

• Blockchain.info CoinJoin implementation weaknesses

• pybitcointools

• Bitcoinj[masked]

• Raw Tx Tool: CoinControl

• Bit2Factor (BIP 0038)

• Goshakk, BitEscrow (Multi Sig)

• bitcoind for ARM / Cubieboard / Raspberry Pi

Misc:

• Phone.com BitDevs perks

BitDevs is being franchised

As always come prepared with your own topics to discuss. If you have a project you are working on and would like to present, just shoot me an email.

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  • Juan Camilo R.

    Impressed with the vision & talent of the event!!! It is a privileged to exchange #cryptothoughts with amazing people.

    Special thanks to xCubicle & the organizers.

    October 30, 2013

  • patrick c.

    Someone left their Bag here at xCubicle last night. Belongs to a John Yu.... I think it was the other chinese guy sitting by the window.

    October 30, 2013

  • Alon C.

    Here is something that only happens to a newbe like me.

    I sent BTC from Coinbase (using their e-mail method) to Cryptsy. The money left CoinBase (as my balance shows) and never made it to Cryptsy.

    Apparently I sent it to the wrong address (from my account on Cryptsy) that was designed for internal transfers only in Cryptsy. My question is: can one assume that at some point the final amount of currency will drop since people will be losing coins to black holes like I did? Is that accounted for in the crypto coin system? So far I am not getting and responses from CoinBase about their ability to re-claim that coin. Any ideas if one can do that on his/her own?

    Thanks
    Alon

    October 29, 2013

    • Aaron Z.

      Also its not going to involve coinbase any more. BTC is a one way train ride my friend.

      October 29, 2013

    • Aaron Z.

      Hey Alon I want to help with this. Cryptsy is reputable and so we should not have a problem. Send me the adress that you sent the btc to and from. Ill look it up on the blockchain and send big vern an email. You can send it to [masked]

      October 30, 2013

  • Hernan.S

    Awesome group

    2 · October 30, 2013

  • patrick c.

    Live Streaming Here: http://youtu.be/GHcuJ2BVm48

    October 29, 2013

  • Andrew S.

    Alon, Typically, removing coins from the money supply means a tightening and a rise in value of the remaining coins. However, I'm guessing that not much will disappear into Black Holes; in fact, none, it's just that someone -- not the intended recipient -- has your money. And I think you will find that unwinding transactions is not built into the BitCoin protocol. Hey, this stuff does happen from time to time. Best regards, Shep

    October 29, 2013

    • flux

      What disappears into black holes is any coin stored in addresses with lost private keys -- gone forever but the btc markets will never know.

      October 29, 2013

  • Juan Camilo R.

    Bitcoin exchanges technology & descentralized crypotocurrencies

    October 28, 2013

  • Dean. E.

    Would like to explore how best to incorporate an identity tracker within Bitcoin in order to validate the parties (without use of PII).

    October 28, 2013

  • Aaron Z.

    Miner, trader, Founder of The Cryptocurrency Analytics Company a trading company based in arbitrage opportunities. We also do alternative currency profiling.

    October 22, 2013

  • patrick c.

    justin.. wrong day... Tuesday...

    October 17, 2013

    • J

      Whoops! Thanks, fixing now/

      October 17, 2013

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