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Bitcoin Puzzle Games Are Growing In Popularity

Bitcoin Puzzle Games Are Growing In Popularity

Bitcoin Puzzle Games Are Growing in Popularity In many respects, Bitcoin is the ultimate puzzle. Armchair sleuthers have expended countless hours trying to deduce the identity of its pseudonymous creator, and miners have expended countless more trying to puzzle the nonce required to solve each block and claim the 12.5 BTC reward attached. It seems logical that a new wave of puzzle games should be developed with bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as their prize. Also read: The Solution to the Worlds Toughest Bitcoin Puzzle Is as Clever as Its Creator Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma is a new game that follows on the heels of The Legend of Satoshi Nakamoto. That latter game was conceived in 2015 but gained new attention two weeks ago after the fiendishly complex artwork-based game was finally solved. It netted its solver $50,000 worth of bitcoin, plus additional bitcoin cash and other forked coins. The Bitcoin Enigma, a new series of 24 puzzles, has just 1 BTC as its prize, but thats more than enough to incentivize a new wave of sleuths to attempt to fathom its mysteries. An image from the Montecrypto puzzle game Developed by Gem Rose Collective and launching on February 20, the game enables players to Leave hints along the way or slow others down by leading them to dead-ends. Screenshots give Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma the air of an RPG, complete with moody depictions of grand, faded buildings and a dizzying maze of stairways and passages. The most interesting aspect of the game is not its visuals, but its theory. Players must decide whether to work together to solve the 24 puzzles or go it alone, seeking to thwart rivals by laying a trail of breadcrumbs leading them away. In terms of game theory, Montecrypto bears some similarities to Neon District , developed by t Continue reading >>

Coin_artist - Home | Facebook

Coin_artist - Home | Facebook

created by yours truly, Neon District . Pineapple Arcade is a digital puzzle and scavenger hunt with hundreds of thousands of cryptocurrency as prizes. Do you have what it takes? Stay sharp, because only the most untethered will discover the bounty that awaits. The Arcade is entirely free to play, and all puzzles are skill based. These puzzles will test your creative puzzle-solving mind! Explore the arcade and take note of anything interesting or curious you see. Puzzles may be obvious, or they may be subtle. Working as a team is encouraged - you'll increase your chances of being the first! To help you, here's the starting point for some puzzle trails. 250 ETH + $100k for charity (from Pine): not yet active 10 BTC (from Pine): Begins with this reddit post and this image 75 Neon Distrct Trophies (from Neon Distrct): undisclosed. Trophies grant exclusive alpha access to Neon District, a blockchain-based game coming out this year. 1 million coiin (from Coiin): Play Coiin-Man. More details Continue reading >>

Mining Pools - What Are Bitcoin Miners Really Solving? - Bitcoin Stack Exchange

Mining Pools - What Are Bitcoin Miners Really Solving? - Bitcoin Stack Exchange

As with mining, what are the bitcoin miners really solving? I read they are solving hashes, but what does that really mean. Can we see what they are solving? Can someone give an example of what a bitcoin mining machine sees to solve? Related: bitcoin.stackexchange.com/q/148/153 Stephen Gornick Feb 28 '13 at 23:52 Ok but WHAT data are we mining! Nobody seems to know. I don't care how it works I want to know where the data is coming from that bit mining is decryption or encrypting. user10225 Dec 5 '13 at 20:18 They try to find a random nonce (a little random data) that goes into a block and makes the block have a (SHA256) hash that (in binary) starts with a certain amount of 0's. The more zeroes the more rare hash is. A good hash' outcome is not predictable, and so you have to try a lot of times to find a good nonce. The amount of zeroes are based on how difficult it is supposed to be to find a block. In Bitcoin it adjusts to have a new block every 10 minutes (on average, given the rate at which previous blocks are found). Interesting: because the hashes are unpredictable it doesn't matter how the nonce changes! Most of the time it's just a number counting upwards from 0! Here is an extremely simplified sketch of the problem, but it should give a pretty good idea of what the problem is. This is the hash of the lastest block (shortened to 30 characters): These are the hashes of a few valid transactions waiting for inclusion (shortened). And this the hash of one special transaction that you just crafted, which gives 25BTC (the current reward) to yourself: Now, let's use a gross approximation of what a new block might look like (the real one uses binary format). It contains the hash of the previous block and the hashes of those 3 transactions: 00000000000001adf44c7d69767585 Continue reading >>

Someone's Just Solved A Three-year-old 40,000 Bitcoin Puzzle

Someone's Just Solved A Three-year-old 40,000 Bitcoin Puzzle

Someone's just solved a three-year-old 40,000 Bitcoin puzzle Someone has just become very rich after playing a wonderful game of Wheres Wally (or Wheres Waldo) with a piece of artwork hiding 4.87 Bitcoin . The painting was first put on Twitter in April 2015 and the winner was found yesterday when the money was quietly removed from the hidden Bitcoin wallet . The puzzle didnt actually contain 4.87 physical bitcoins but instead hid a hash number to an associated wallet. At the time of the artwork being created, a single bitcoin cost $240.57, making 4.87 bitcoin equated to around $1,170 or 780. In 2015, thats still a very generous prize pot for a puzzle painting. Now though, that same 4.87 bitcoin is worth a staggering $50,000, or 35,170 . Three years ago, @coin_artist buried ~5 BTC in this image. Today, someone finally solved the puzzle, claiming the $50k+ for themselves. Incredibly cool Nic Carter (@nic__carter) February 1, 2018 Kasotsuka Shojo: Japan's latest J-pop band "Virtual Currency Girls" is all about cryptocurrency If the price of Bitcoin, and associated cryptocurrencies, hadnt begun to tank of late , the winner could have actually run away with close to $87,000 (61,200). In fact, theyd have only needed to solve it a month or two earlier to have secured nearly twice as much as they ended up with. Its also worth noting that because the Bitcoin wallet and puzzle were created before Bitcoin forked off into Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash , the winner also snagged 4.87 bitcoin cash alongside their bitcoin. While Bitcoin Cash isnt worth as much as Bitcoin, it still added an extra 4,000 to their winnings, securing them nearly 40,000 for solving a picture puzzle posted on Twitter three years ago. The painting is a #puzzle , there is 4.87 #bitcoin concealed by this image. Happ Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Puzzle Artwork Worth $50k Solved After 3 Years

Bitcoin Puzzle Artwork Worth $50k Solved After 3 Years

Bitcoin Puzzle Artwork Worth $50K Solved After 3 Years Emilio Janus February 10, 2018 12:45 pm The value of a piece of art is often hotly debated and can sometimes appear fairly arbitrary. But TORCHED H34R7S, a painting by Marguerite deCourcelle, was far easier to put a price on. The Bitcoin puzzle artwork was worth nearly 5 bitcoins to thefirst person who could crack the code it held. The painting was inspired by William Shakespeares poem, The Phoenix and the Turtle, and contains two coded pieces of information. Decoding and combining these would yield the private key to the Bitcoin wallet containing the coins. Designed in 2015 by deCourcelle and fellow artist Rob Myers , the puzzle was announced on the Bitcointalk forum in March of that year. But after several months of initial enthusiasm failed to crack the code, interest began to dip. The painting is a #puzzle , there is 4.87 #bitcoin concealed by this image. Happy #EasterEgg pic.twitter.com/90kuCshXj1 deCourcelle feels that the surge in Bitcoins price last year led to a rejuvenated interest in the puzzle. But the 30-year-old programmer who eventually solved it had no knowledge of its existence until just over a month ago, as he told Motherboard . He and his wife are puzzle fanatics, and he had particularly been looking for something related to cryptocurrency . They discovered the painting, and after a few unsuccessful attempts, started to trawl forums for hints and breakthroughs made by others. Each of the flames around the edge of the picture contains a four bit binary code, based on properties of the flame. The relevant properties are the height (short or tall), color (red or yellow), thickness (wide or narrow), and inner color (purple or green). Symbols in the corners of the painting give a hint as to the direc Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Puzzle Worth $50,000 Solved After Nearly Three Years

Bitcoin Puzzle Worth $50,000 Solved After Nearly Three Years

Bitcoin puzzle worth $50,000 solved after nearly three years These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption The painting, by @coin_artist, was entitled TORCHED H34R7S and referenced a poem by William Shakespeare A secret code hidden in a painting that gave access to an online wallet containing Bitcoin worth $50,000 (35,500) has been cracked after nearly three years. The artwork, by Rob Myers and @coin_artist, who uses a pseudonym, was first published online in early 2015. A code contained within it revealed a private key that granted its discoverer access to the wallet full of bitcoins. And the bitcoins were finally removed from the wallet last week. Technology website Motherboard reported that a 30-year-old programmer had claimed the funds after searching online for puzzles to do with crypto-currencies. Motherboard added that the programmer said they lived in a country where it was "not safe" to own Bitcoin and therefore wanted to keep their name secret. The puzzle encoded a string of binary - a series of zeroes and ones - in complicated rows of flames painted around the edge of the canvas. The colour and shape of each flame determined a four-character chunk of the binary series, with a further part of the code represented by six ribbons of different lengths in the bottom right-hand corner. After all of these codes had been worked out and linked together, the successful puzzle-solver was able to translate the full string of zeroes and ones into a Bitcoin private key with the help of a simple computer program. It wasn't surprising that it had taken so long for someone to solve the painting's code, said Peter Todd, a cryptography consultant. "Puzzles like that one aren't things you can just throw computing power at - they're genuine brain puzzles," Continue reading >>

The Solution To The Worlds Toughest Bitcoin Puzzle Is As Clever As Its Creator

The Solution To The Worlds Toughest Bitcoin Puzzle Is As Clever As Its Creator

The Solution to the Worlds Toughest Bitcoin Puzzle Is as Clever as Its Creator Last week, an enigmatic and fiendishly tricky puzzle that had baffled bitcoiners for years was finally solved. In the process, it earned the individual who cracked it a 5 BTC jackpot and brought new acclaim to the team behind the project. After being launched in 2015, at the height of the bitcoin bear market, the puzzle attracted a flurry of interest. As the months passed and no one stepped forward to claim the prize, interest in the puzzle waned, until last weeks sudden news that its mysteries had been decoded. Also read: A Look At Service Providers and Tools Supporting the New BCH Cashaddr Format Satoshi, Shakespeare and the $50,000 Puzzle 1FLAMEN6 was the name assigned to a notorious bitcoin address created in 2015. The notoriety came on account of the 5 BTC locked inside it. The coins were anyones to claim, but to unlock them they would have to solve a visual puzzle that had baffled some of cryptos greatest minds and finest armchair detectives. The Legend of Satoshi Nakamoto is a visually rich painting by @coin_artist , who devised the board game-inspired artwork in conjunction with fellow crypto creative Rob Myers . It was evident that the painting contained clues that would reveal the key to the bitcoin wallet, but those clues were so obscure and esoteric as to thwart all attempts to crack them. Thats until a 30-year-old programmer operating under the pseudonym of Isaac stepped forward and helped himself to the prize. Motherboard spoke to the code-cracking genius, who confessed that holding bitcoin wasnt safe in his country, hence the desire to preserve his anonymity. Isaac only learned of the puzzle a month ago, but in three weeks made more progress than the crypto community had made Continue reading >>

A Popular Bitcoin Puzzle Has Revealed An Even Larger Mystery

A Popular Bitcoin Puzzle Has Revealed An Even Larger Mystery

A Popular Bitcoin Puzzle Has Revealed an Even Larger Mystery A Bitcoin puzzle from 2015 was recently used as the springboard to reveal what appears to be an automated Bitcoin siphon. The Mystery of Satoshi Nakamoto puzzle behind the 1FLAMEN6 Bitcoin wallet. Image: @coin_artist In 2015, an artist who goes by @coin_artist on Twitter created a Bitcoin puzzle known as The Legend of Satoshi Nakamoto . According to its creator, the puzzle consists of a painting that holds the key to a wallet that contained 4.87 bitcoin (or about $50,000 at current prices). Since its creation, a community of Bitcoin puzzle enthusiasts have been anxiously watching the puzzles walletknown as 1FLAMEN6 for signs of activity. At any moment, someone might solve the puzzle and claim the bitcoin. On November 17, the wallet saw its first activity in over two yearsbut rather than emptying it, someone had deposited .125 bitcoin, bringing the wallets total to a neat 5 bitcoin. The deposit was an unexpected surprise for the puzzles creatorand the obsessive community dedicated to solving it but the circumstances leading to the deposit pointed to a far larger mystery in the Bitcoin world: a network of linked, easily accessible wallets facilitating automatic bitcoin transactions. According to the hacker who discovered them , these wallets could possibly be part of a Bitcoin siphon that has been stealing bitcoins from a wallet service or exchange for years, kind of like the code in the film Office Space that was supposed to skim fractions of pennies from transactions. On the other hand, it could be something much more innocuous, like a coding error. The 1FLAMEN6 bitcoin address is one of the most closely watched addresses in the bitcoin space, @coin_artist told me in an email. So when the coins came into 1FLA Continue reading >>

What Kind Of Puzzles Are Bitcoin Mining Software Trying To Solve?

What Kind Of Puzzles Are Bitcoin Mining Software Trying To Solve?

What kind of puzzles are bitcoin mining software trying to solve? I am a noob in this field and so forgive me if my questions are stupid. I can't understand this: Why is it needed to solve a puzzle inorder to generate a bitcoin? It makes no sense to me (just to me! no offence 12+ exclusive games The Bitcoin Casino by Primedice Advertised sites are not endorsed by the Bitcoin Forum. They may be unsafe, untrustworthy, or illegal in your jurisdiction. Advertise here. So it's not a puzzle (this is a simple way to explain it to an idiot). It's an SHA256 Hash that is being generated. If you're interested in what the process is you can find refs. here This idea is called 'proof of work' and it's how the bitcoin network prevents doublespending and builds the blockchain. Basically an SHA256 value for any given input is unpredictable so trying to find a result like this one (note the zeros at the start) 00000000916dd8861312f2cd94ac01310e15541e58df57d988f058eb3adcbf15 is not something that you can guess how to find quickly (it all depends upon the input string and how SHA256 mangles that data into a hash). In Bitcoin's case the # of leading zeros is what is termed the "difficulty" and each miner creates a block header and then hashes this with a random number in order to find a hash with enough leading zeros (according to the current difficulty level). Because there is no way to cheat to determine which random number will work you have to keep trying different numbers until you find one that does (thus the "proof of work"). Thanks for making me feel that I am not an idiot anymore And thanks CIYAM for you explanation with example. Interested in knowing more about it! Ack. Sorry. I didn't mean to imply that you were and idiot... But some of us have been explaining this thing for so Continue reading >>

This Painting Is Actually A Bitcoin Puzzle Worth More Than $40k And Someone Finally Solved It

This Painting Is Actually A Bitcoin Puzzle Worth More Than $40k And Someone Finally Solved It

This painting is actually a Bitcoin puzzle worth more than $40K and someone finally solved it This painting is actually a Bitcoin puzzle worth more than $40K and someone finally solved it Marguerite deCourcelle, a crypto artist, created the puzzle three years ago. She speaks to As It Happens about how her puzzle was finally solved. TORCHED H34R7S is a painting created by deCourcelle, which she later turned into a crypto puzzle. (Marguerite deCourcelle) For most people, the painting of a turtledove and phoenix is a colourful piece of art. But for one Bitcoin enthusiast, it was the key to more than $40,000 US worth ofthe digital currency. The Bitcoin puzzle belongs to crypto artist Marguerite deCourcelle, and she's celebrating her puzzle being solved after nearly threeyears. "He's a very brilliant man," deCourcelle told As It Happens host Carol Off about the programmer who cracked her puzzle. AS IT HAPPENS: Christmas card puzzle created by British spies The man who solved the puzzle wishes to remain anonymous, deCourcelle explains, because he doesn't feel it is safe to have Bitcoin where he lives. He told Motherboard that he found ita little over a month ago, after looking for a cryptocurrency puzzle he could work on with his wife. He has written an explanation on how he solved the puzzle. An anonymous programmer receives around $50,000 US worth of bitcoin after breaking a code in a painting created by Marguerite deCourcelle. (Photo submitted by Marguerite deCourcelle) DeCourcelle created the puzzle during Easter2015, alongside fellow crypto artist Rob Myers, as a way to conclude a series of Bitcoin puzzles called The Legend of Satoshi Nakamoto. This particular painting, TORCHED H34R7S, is based onof William Shakespeare's famous poem, The Phoenix and the Turtle . Within Continue reading >>

Bitcoin And Blockchain: What Math Puzzle Do Miners Actually Solve? Example With Real Transactions

Bitcoin And Blockchain: What Math Puzzle Do Miners Actually Solve? Example With Real Transactions

I would recommend Antonopoulos' book to anyone aspiring to learn about technical nitty gritty of bitcoin. And the following is a great video lecture series taught by Princeton professor and PhDs. It consists of 12 sessions (combined duration: 15-16 hours). An individual will ask these two basic questions to justify a currency' value: Can I trust the money is authentic and not counterfeit? Can I be sure that no one else can claim that this money belongs to them and not In order to maintain integrity and prevent double spending, bitcoin implements consisting of: A decentralized peer-to-peer network (the bitcoin protocol) A public transaction ledger (the blockchain) A decentralized mathematical and deterministic currency issuance (distributed A decentralized transaction verification system (transaction script) We'll briefly discuss point 2 (blockchain) and 3 (mining) to answer our question regarding bitcoin creation. The below image illustrates the bitcoin peer-to-peer network and connected participants, a transaction issued and relayed by a bitcoin user with his private key and validation of that transaction by miners. Below is an extended illustration of connected participants in bitcoin network: Figure: The extended bitcoin network showing various node types, gateways, and Suppose that Alice transfers 1 BTC to Bob in exchange for a high-end gaming laptop, Pete transfers 0.001 BTC for a pizza and there are many more such transactions. Currently a block consists of around 1000-2500 transaction. Now let's see how miners validate the transactions. In other words, miners check if the issuer is the rightful owner (holder of private key) of coins to associated bitcoin address. A miner verifies all such transactions and includes in a block. If the miner can add this block to e Continue reading >>

Hash - The Puzzle Of Bitcoin | Vpnmentor

Hash - The Puzzle Of Bitcoin | Vpnmentor

In the previous post we have explained the ideas behind the Bitcoin system, however, one issue remained unexplained: What is this bloody hard puzzle that the Bitcoin miners constantly try to solve? Recall that in the Bitcoin system the miners are in constant competition: Whoever solves the puzzle first will earn the honor of adding a new block to the block-chain and make some money as well. Hence, the miners try feverishly to be the first to solve the puzzle. In the following section we are going to address the following questions: How is it integrated in the Bitcoin system? Dont be scared of the word cryptography, in our context it simply means that the hash puzzle is related to the world of cryptography, i.e. building unbreakable systems. Maybe the best real world analogy to a hash puzzle is a fingerprint. Imagine that you are given a fingerprint sample and you are asked to discover the height, weight and overall look of the person to whom this fingerprint belongs. What would you do? To make it a bit harder, assume that there is no correlation between fingerprints and other human features (like hair color) so the only way to test if this fingerprint came from your best friend is to take his fingerprint and compare it with the other one. Your best choice, then, would be taking fingerprints from every person on Earth and then comparing it to the fingerprint in question, until you find a match and stop. In case you are unlucky, the right person would be the last one that you checked, which means that youll keep looking for him for the next 13,555 years, assuming you check one person per minute (and the Earths population is about 7.125 billion people). If you are lucky, though, you are expected to look for that person for only half of that time, hooray! Bad news ah? Lets Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Puzzle Solved | 5 Btc Claimed From Captivating Crypto Puzzle

Bitcoin Puzzle Solved | 5 Btc Claimed From Captivating Crypto Puzzle

This Artist Hides Bitcoin in Digital Paintings If You Solve It, You Keep It Want some free Bitcoin? Youll have to solve a puzzle first. Artist Marguerite deCourcelle, also known as coin artist , has been hiding Bitcoin in digital paintings for years. Her third Bitcoin puzzle, released in April 2015, has finally been solved. Whoever solved the puzzle remains a mystery but they are now the proud new owner of around $50,000 worth of Bitcoin. The Bitcoin puzzle series, The Legend of Satoshi Nakamoto, has been going on for a long time. It took nearly three years for the third puzzle in the series, TORCHED H34R7S, to be solved. When deCourcelle and her team originally placed the key to the Bitcoin wallet into the digital painting, the wallet contained 4.87 Bitcoins which was, at the time, worth about $1,400. Nothing now remains in the wallet. The new Bitcoin owner must be thrilled to have solved such a mystifying and captivating puzzle for the crypto community. Interestingly, in November 2017, the wallet saw its first signs of activity since the puzzle had been released not in the form of someone claiming the Bitcoin, but someone actually depositing more in! This mystery was revealed to be part of a Bitcoin hack thats been quietly haunting the crypto world. It worked out for whoever solved the puzzle, though, because it meant there was more Bitcoin to claim. While the identity of the puzzle solver will remain anonymous, the solution for TORCHED H34R7S has now been released and it is quite the solution! From Shakespeare to keys acting as literal keys to coded flames, this solution has it all. For those hoping to have solved the puzzle themselves, the chase isnt over yet! deCourcelles team is developing a new crypto game, called Neon District , this one with 15 ETH hidden with Continue reading >>

Heres The Solution To The 3-year-old, $50,000 Bitcoin Puzzle

Heres The Solution To The 3-year-old, $50,000 Bitcoin Puzzle

Heres the Solution to the 3-Year-Old, $50,000 Bitcoin Puzzle Motherboard spoke with the person who solved The Legend of Satoshi Nakamoto and won over $50,000. The Legend of Satoshi Nakamoto, the painting at the center of a 3-year long, $50,000 Bitcoin puzzle. Image: @coin_artist On Thursday morning, a closely watched Bitcoin wallet address known as 1FLAMEN6 had a surprise transaction that drained the account of its five bitcoins, worth nearly $50,000 at the time. This Bitcoin wallet belonged to a crypto artist who goes by @coin_artist on Twitter, but she wasnt despairing about the lost bitcoinsin fact, she was ecstatic. The 1FLAMEN6 wallet was attached to a puzzle designed by @coin_artist and fellow crypto artist Rob Myers in 2015. The puzzle centered on a painting created by @coin_artist called TORCHED H34R7S. It was the final piece of a series of minor puzzles that had to be solved before the painting could be accessed for a shot at discovering the private key to the 1FLAMEN6 Bitcoin wallet. When @coin_artist saw someone had swiped the bitcoins from the wallet on Thursday morning, she knew the puzzle had finally been solvedalmost three years after she created it. @coin_artist told me that she hadnt originally expected the puzzle to take so long to solve. After it was announced on the popular Bitcointalk forum , an obsessive community soon formed that was dedicated to solving the puzzle. Yet when no one was able to crack the code after months of effort, @coin_artist said interest in the project began to wane. People had largely given up prior to the bull run, @coin_artist told me on Telegram. I think Bitcoins price rejuvenated interest in 2017. According to Isaac*, the 30-year old programmer who actually solved the puzzle, he hadnt even heard of the puzzle until a lit Continue reading >>

This Bitcoin Puzzle Worth $50,000 Is Finally Solved After Three Years

This Bitcoin Puzzle Worth $50,000 Is Finally Solved After Three Years

This Bitcoin Puzzle Worth $50,000 Is Finally Solved After Three Years This $50,000-worth bitcoin puzzle has a series of zeroes and ones in rows of flames painted around the edge of the canvas. A mystery code which was stashed in a painting giving access to an online wallet containing Bitcoin worth almost 35,500 was cracked after three years. The bitcoins were removed from the wallet last week. The artwork, by Rob Myers and a person using the pseudonym @coin_artist , was first published online in early 2015 and the code inside revealed a private key giving the discoverer access to the wallet full of bitcoins. The painting was done by @coin_artist, but she worked closely with Myers to encode the key into the artwork, according to Motherboard. To retrieve the private key to the puzzle players had to combine and extract two pieces of data from the painting. You Can Now Buy Fried Chicken with Bitcoin from KFC Canada These were the data hidden in the flames on the edges, and the data around the key in the bottom right corner. A30-year-old programmer, who lived in a country where it was not safe to own Bitcoin and wanted to keep their name secret, had claimed the funds. The programmer had not even heard of the puzzle until over a month ago. He said he had originally found the puzzle because he and his wife enjoyed solving riddles and he was deliberately looking for puzzles related to cryptocurrencies. The programmers process of solving the puzzle was corroborated by @coin_artist. He shared screenshots of his conversations with the other puzzle players. To prove that he was in fact in control of the coins, he also signed a message to the wallet address. While doing this, he used the phrase placed before the start of the Bitcoin wallet private key coded into the painting. It wa Continue reading >>

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