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Mob Rule! Reddit Attacks Teen For Bitcoin App

Mob Rule! Reddit Attacks Teen For Bitcoin App

Mob Rule! Reddit Attacks Teen for Bitcoin App A 16-year-old girl from India developed a Bitcoin app called Crypto Price Tracker, and users on Reddit viciously attacked her with abuse and death threats. When the internet first arose, it was hailed as a technological marvel that would change the world. People would be able to virtually visit museums from all over the world and have access to knowledge that could only be found in the finest universities. However, the reality is that the internet is often a cesspool where the mob rules. Case in point is what happened to Harshita Arora, a 16-year-old girl from India who created a Bitcoin app. It was not long before users on Reddit accused her of plagiarizing the app and heaping a horrid amount of abuse upon her. My app Crypto Price Tracker, a beautiful and simple crypto price tracker, alerts, and portfolio management app, is released on the App Store! Download it here Just launched on @ProductHunt ! Would love to get some feedback! pic.twitter.com/764XlyG1WJ Harshita Arora (@aroraharshita33) January 28, 2018 Harshita Arora comes from a small town outside of New Delhi in India . She looked to the tech industry as a way to make enough money to escape the confines of her life. She initially studied computer science in school and learned Adobe design software on her own in the evenings. Eventually, she dropped out of school to continue learning on her own. Her work paid off. Salesforce in Bangalore offered her an internship a few months later, and she was then accepted into an MIT summer program. She made her way to Silicon Valley after the summer program ended, where she made quite a few contacts in the industry. However, she was unable to obtain a VISA and returned home to her parents. Creating Crypto Price Tracker and the Re Continue reading >>

Reddit Terrorizes Another Teen, This Time Over The Bitcoin App She Created

Reddit Terrorizes Another Teen, This Time Over The Bitcoin App She Created

Photo Illustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily Beast Reddit Terrorizes Another Teen, This Time Over the Bitcoin App She Created A Reddit mob came after 16-year-old Harshita Arora, claiming she didnt make her Crypto Price Tracker app. Turns out she didafter a prestigious internship and an MIT program. Photo Illustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily Beast When 16-year-old Harshita Arora posted on Reddit about the crypto price tracking app she created the most she hoped for was a few downloads and perhaps some useful user feedback. Instead, she was met with rape threats, days of online abuse, a deluge of hateful emails, tweets, and messages claiming that she had plagiarized the entire app. There probably isnt a 16 year old girl at all, this whole thing was a scam with the wunderkind backstory to sell as many $0.99 apps as quickly as possible. Probably made the creator a few thousand from reddit alone, one user wrote. The fact that minority victim status seems to be the only real currency with people today is fucking surreal, said another. But Arora never claimed to be a victim. She only claimed to be herself, a self-taught designer, amatauer coder, and aspiring entrepreneur from a small town outside New Delhi in India. Like a growing number of young Indians, Arora initially saw the tech industry and startup world as a way to potentially make money and escape her small town life. She studied computer science in school, taught herself Adobe design software by night and, in 2016, decided to drop out of classes altogether and unschool herself in order to pursue a career in tech. Within months, Arora had earned herself a prestigious internship at Salesforce in Bangalore. Shortly after that, she was accepted into an MIT summer program , where her and a team built and launched a new Continue reading >>

I'm 16 And I Made An App That Will Help You Trade Bitcoin And Other Cryptos. : Bitcoin

I'm 16 And I Made An App That Will Help You Trade Bitcoin And Other Cryptos. : Bitcoin

Do not use URL shortening services: always submit the real link. Begging/asking for bitcoins is absolutely not allowed, no matter how badly you need the bitcoins. Only requests for donations to large, recognized charities are allowed, and only if there is good reason to believe that the person accepting bitcoins on behalf of the charity is trustworthy. News articles that do not contain the word "Bitcoin" are usually off-topic. This subreddit is not about general financial news. Submissions that are mostly about some other cryptocurrency belong elsewhere. For example, /r/CryptoCurrency is a good place to discuss all cryptocurrencies. Promotion of client software which attempts to alter the Bitcoin protocol without overwhelming consensus is not permitted. Trades should usually not be advertised here. For example, submissions like "Buying 100 BTC" or "Selling my computer for bitcoins" do not belong here. /r/Bitcoin is primarily for news and discussion. Please avoid repetition /r/bitcoin is a subreddit devoted to new information and discussion about Bitcoin and its ecosystem. New merchants are welcome to announce their services for Bitcoin, but after those have been announced they are no longer news and should not be re-posted. Aside from new merchant announcements, those interested in advertising to our audience should consider Reddit's self-serve advertising system . Do not post your Bitcoin address unless someone explicitly asks you to. Be aware that Twitter, etc. is full of impersonation. Continue reading >>

Possible To Recover Old Bitcoins From 2009? : Bitcoin

Possible To Recover Old Bitcoins From 2009? : Bitcoin

Edit- Vault of Satoshi did not exist in 2009. For some reason I remember that name from a long time ago so I just figured that was the exchange I used. Perhaps my exchange is still in existence then, but it still seems like I can't get anything back as I have nothing, not even the files from 2009. I figured as much, I just haven't kept up with bitcoin and figured I'd go to reddit to see if there was something I was overlooking. Thanks you all, I'm really not beating my self up about this. It's a 20k lesson but it doesn't feel like I lost 20k as I spent nothing on 10 bitcoin 8 years ago and only recently remembered anyway. In 2009 as a freshman in college, I purchased 10 bitcoins for lulz. I know it was 10 because I found an very old conversation on facebook where I mentioned to my friend I had bought that many bitcoins (and I do remember making said purchase). I had completely forgot about it. I jut found out those bitcoins actually were a damn good investment. However I don't expect to recover them because: -I purchased them through something called vault of satoshi (I think) which to my research no longer exists.-The computer I purchased with them no longer exists-I no longer have any of the same bank accounts and cannot find the record of the purchase-The email I used at the time doesn't exist. With all this being said, I don't expect to recover it. Disappointing because little did I know that investment would cover my remaining student loans today 1:1. Is there anyway to recover bitcoins in this scenario? Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Millionaire Erik Finman Interview On Cryptocurrency - Business Insider

Bitcoin Millionaire Erik Finman Interview On Cryptocurrency - Business Insider

A vertical stack of three evenly spaced horizontal lines. * Copyright 2018 Business Insider Inc. All rights reserved. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our The 19-year-old who made his fortune in bitcoin says if you don't become a millionaire in the next 10 years, it's your own fault Erik Finman dropped out of school at 15 to pursue a career as an entrepreneur. Now, he's worth over $1.5 million in bitcoin holdings. Erik Finman, 19, bet his parents that he wouldn't have to go to college if he was a millionaire before age 18 and he won by investing in bitcoin. He told Business Insider Germany there was still a lot of opportunity in cryptocurrencies. He says he's found there's no need to panic over lows or bubbles. German teenager Erik Finman has an unusual success story. When was 12 years old, he realized school wasn't his future. Most of his classmates felt the same, of course, but Finman took action: He made a bet with his parents. His parents promised that if he became a millionaire before his 18th birthday, he wouldn't have to go to college. So Finman took the 1,000 euros from his grandmother meant for his studies and bought bitcoins at a rate of about 10 euros each. He won that bet with his parents by becoming a bitcoin millionaire before he turned 18. Finman, now 19, has been trading in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for seven years. Our colleagues from Business Insider Germany spoke exclusively with Finman, who explained why you can still become a millionaire with cryptocurrencies over the next 10 years and discussed the crash earlier this month. Business Insider: Erik, we speak to each other at a time when the prices of cryptocurrencies have plummeted across the board. Was this the start of a crash and perhaps the bursting of a bub Continue reading >>

Still Don't Get Bitcoin? Here's An Explanation For Five-year-olds

Still Don't Get Bitcoin? Here's An Explanation For Five-year-olds

If you still cant figure out what the heck a bitcoin is, this simple explanation for a five-year-old may help you ... Were sitting on a park bench. Its a great day.I have one apple with me, I give it to you. You now have one apple and I have zero.That was simple, right? My apple was physically put into your hand.You know it happened. I was there, you were there you touched it. We didnt need athird personthere to help us make the transfer. We didnt need to pull in Uncle Tommy (whos a famous judge) to sit with us on the bench and confirm that the apple went from me to you. The apples yours! Icantgive you another apple because I dont have any left. I cant control it anymore. The apple left my possession completely. You have full control over that apple now. You can give it to your friend if you want, and then that friend can give it to his friend, and so on. So thats what an in-person exchange looks like. I guess its really the same, whether Im giving you a banana, a book, a quarter, or adollar bill Now, let's say I have onedigitalapple. Here, Ill give you mydigitalapple. Ah! Now it gets interesting. How do you knowthatdigital apple which used to be mine, is now yours, and only yours? Think about it for a second.Its more complicated, right? How do you know that I didnt send that apple to Uncle Tommy as an email attachment first? Or your friend Joe? Or my friend Lisa too? Maybe I made a couple of copies of that digital apple on my computer. Maybe I put it up on the internet and one million people downloaded it. As you see, this digital exchange is a bit of a problem.Sendingdigitalapples doesnt look like sendingphysicalapples. Some brainy computer scientists actually have a name for this problem: its called the double-spending problem . But dont worry about it. All you need Continue reading >>

I Found An Old Bitcoinwallet!

I Found An Old Bitcoinwallet!

I remember when the internet meant running slip over telnet. Co-founder @LondonAerospace & @CryptoCLASS. Pope of the Church of Erisian Discordianism. Extropian. Yesterday i was searching through my email to try remember when i first heard about (and bought) bitcoin. The first reference in my email was a twitter notification of a conversation i had with my good friend Hoos. (btw buy his book, hes smart) I tweeted this, and was pretty much going to forget about it and move on until i read my message I keep my bitcoins on and encrypted volume hosted on EC2 and only run the client on linux This got me pondering, 2012 was a long time ago, i couldnt remember exactly what my setup was back then. A bit of digging reminded me that i used to run syncthing, or bt-sync or something, with an amazon micro instance as the persistent server that i could always sync to. Ive long since shut that system down, but i remembered that my old mac laptop was also in that same sync group, and since ive done the Apple Migration Assistant dance a few times, all the old /Sync directories are right here on this machine as well. Both zip files were encrypted, and none of the passwords i could guess seemed to work. I thought maybe the zip file was the wrong type of encrypted but no other tools seemed to be able to open it either. I put my laptop away and did a days work. After work i picked up guessing my password again, and boom, guessed it. Now i had an actual wallet.dat from 2011! I installed the bitcoin.com osx wallet app and tried importing it. No luck, it wouldnt let me import it without entering a passphrase and none of the ones i thought it could be would work. By now id posted in our cryptocurrency channel at work. One of my colleagues (whos much smarter than me) suggested that perhaps i cou Continue reading >>

This 16-year-old Developed A Bitcoin App. She Was Met With Death Threats

This 16-year-old Developed A Bitcoin App. She Was Met With Death Threats

This 16-Year-Old Developed a Bitcoin App. She Was Met With Death Threats Harshita Arora is an aspiring entrepreneur and coder, learning firsthand about sexism in tech. When16-year-oldHarshita Arorafirst launched her app, a tool for tracking the value of cryptocurrencies called Crypto Price Tracker, at the end of January, the response was overwhelmingly positive. Within days, the service was rated the No. 2 most-popular app in the Apple Store finance category, notching more than 900 downloads by the end of the week. Then things took a turn--and what happened next offers a startling example of how cyberbullyingremains a real problem. Taking to Reddit, a user insisted in a post that the app was actually "plagiarized"--in other words, that Arora did not deserve all the credit she was getting for the service. This soon garnered the support of someone Arora had previously considered a friend, who published screenshots of Arora's activity on Github to "out" her as having had help with the infrastructure. Although Arora immediately defended her work online--explaining in the comments section of Reddit that a mentor had helped her to commit files to the online coding database, but that the design was entirely her own--it was too late for the trolls. The post invited a steady stream of hate mail, vitriol and virtual abuse, with hundreds of messages streaming into Arora's inbox over the ensuing days. "Some were targeting my age, some were targeting my gender, and a lot were targeting my race," says Arora, who is Indian, and recently moved back in with her parents in a town to the north of New Delhi. She even says she received several death and rape threats. "It was very scary to have that for no apparent reason," she adds. Some of the comments, as first reported in The Daily Beas Continue reading >>

Software - Bitcoin Wiki

Software - Bitcoin Wiki

List of Bitcoin-related software. See also Category:Software . Be sure to keep on top of the latest security vulnerabilities ! Main article and feature comparison: Clients Bitcoin Core - C++/Qt based tabbed UI. Linux/MacOSX/Windows. Full-featured thick client that downloads the entire block chain , using code from the original Bitcoin client. bitcoind - GUI-less version of the original Bitcoin client, providing a JSON-RPC interface MultiBit - lightweight thin client for Windows, MacOS and Linux with support for opening multiple wallets simultaneously Electrum - a "blazing fast, open-source, multi-OS Bitcoin client/wallet with a very active community" - also a thin client . Bither - open source wallet for Android, iPhone and Desktop with cold storage support. Bitcoin-js-remote - JavaScript RPC client, support for QR codes Bitcoin Webskin - PHP web interface to bitcoind Bitcoin Explorer - Bitcoin command line tools for Linux, OSX and Windows, part of Libbitcoin SDK. Armory - Enterprise grade Python-based client Spesmilo - Python/PySide RPC client (abandoned) Gocoin - WebUI client written in Go language, with a cold deterministic brain-wallet. btcd An alternative full node bitcoin implementation written in Go (golang). BlockCypher Full node bitcoin client built for scale and data centers, exposed through web APIs. Mycelium Awarded the prestigious "Best Mobile App" award by Blockchain.info in 2014, the Mycelium wallet for Android provides several security features. Blockchain - Javascript bitcoin client with client side encryption. xCoinMoney Advanced API to create invoices for subscription. Cancoin - HSM multi-sig wallet using libbitcoin. Client side encryption. Bitdollar - C++/Qt client, unstable beta version A live operating system can start on almost any computer from Continue reading >>

Bitcoin - Wikipedia

Bitcoin - Wikipedia

Unspent outputs of transactions denominated in any multiple of satoshis [3] :ch. 5 12.5 bitcoins per block (approximately every ten minutes) until mid 2020, [7] and then afterwards 6.25 bitcoins per block for 4 years until next halving. This halving continues until 2110–40, when 21 million bitcoins will have been issued. ^ The symbol was encoded in Unicode version 10.0 at position U+20BF ₿ BITCOIN SIGN in the Currency Symbols block in June 2017. [2] Bitcoin is a worldwide cryptocurrency and digital payment system [8] :3 called the first decentralized digital currency , as the system works without a central repository or single administrator. [8] :1 [9] It was invented by an unknown person or group of people under the name Satoshi Nakamoto [10] and released as open-source software in 2009. [11] The system is peer-to-peer , and transactions take place between users directly, without an intermediary. [8] :4 These transactions are verified by network nodes and recorded in a public distributed ledger called a blockchain . Bitcoins are created as a reward for a process known as mining . They can be exchanged for other currencies, [12] products, and services. As of February 2015, over 100,000 merchants and vendors accepted bitcoin as payment. [13] Bitcoin can also be held as an investment. According to research produced by Cambridge University in 2017, there are 2.9 to 5.8 million unique users using a cryptocurrency wallet, most of them using bitcoin. [14] The word bitcoin first occurred and was defined in the white paper [15] that was published on 31 October 2008. [16] It is a compound of the words bit and coin . [17] The white paper frequently uses the shorter coin. [15] There is no uniform convention for bitcoin capitalization. Some sources use Bitcoin, capitalized, to Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Is Outdated Tech. These 3 Alternatives Should Be On Yourradar.

Bitcoin Is Outdated Tech. These 3 Alternatives Should Be On Yourradar.

Weekly publication showcasing the best and worst of cryptocurrency. Bitcoin is outdated tech. These 3 alternatives should be on yourradar. First movers or fast followers which has the advantage? When bitcoin was first proposed in 2008 it was revolutionary. For the first time people could trust in a currency without a bank or government behind it. Fast forward to 2018 and bitcoin is well above 10,000 USD a coin. Over 87% of people have heard of bitcoin. Weve crossed the chasm. The first iPhone was released shortly before bitcoin was proposed. But bitcoin is almost a decade old. When bitcoin was conceived the app store was only just getting off the ground and portable DVD players were still used on long car trips. The technology of 2018 is leaps and bounds ahead of where it was a decade ago. Crypto technology is no exception. There are now over 1500 cryptocurrencies newer than bitcoin. These coins are more efficient, faster, and offer features that bitcoin lacks. In the past month bitcoins percentage of the market has fallen from 56% to 33%. Chart from show bitcoins decline in dominance over the pastmonth. This is not the first time first movers have been threatened by newer technologies. Altavista gave way to google. Myspace fell to Facebook. There is a history of first movers losing to innovative fast followers. Research shows that the first mover in a space is 6 times more likely to fail then the ventures that follow it . Bitcoin has done the difficult work of trail-blazing, and now the floodgates are open for a slew of modern competitors. So if bitcoin is just the start of cryptocurrencies, what comes next? To understand what technologies could surpass bitcoin we need to understand where it is currently falling short. Bitcoin and its blockchain have seriousflaws The Continue reading >>

Crypto Prices Drop After Old Bitcoin Wallet Sees New Activity

Crypto Prices Drop After Old Bitcoin Wallet Sees New Activity

Crypto Prices Drop After Old Bitcoin Wallet Sees New Activity Crypto Prices Drop After Old Bitcoin Wallet Sees New Activity The crypto prices have dropped once again after a wallet that has been dormant for four years sees new activity. As many are already aware, the recent events in the crypto world have had strong consequences on the prices of digital coins. Not only has the entire year been marked by a constantly bearish market , but even when a bull run was at hand, negative events killed it. The most recent such event has seen new activity in an old wallet, which is filled with old Bitcoins. Some reports claim that the wallet contains around 111,140 BTC, which is 0.52% of the total BTC supply. Recently, the wallet started sending large shipments of coins to certain crypto exchanges, namely Binance and Bitfinex. The owner of the wallet is unknown, but the Reddit user u/sick_silk, the one who originally noticed the wallet activity when it first started happening, has speculated about who might be responsible. According to sick_silk, it could be a whale that aims to disrupt the market or could be an entity from the dark webs online black market, Silk Road. Other speculators even proposed the possibility that the wallets owner might be Satoshi Nakamoto himself. Whoever it is, the fact is that the wallet has caused a lot of issues in the recent weeks. Its funds have been split into smaller and smaller groups of coin over time. Sick_silk noticed this as well, stating that the coins were originally split into chunks of 60,000 BTC, and then to 30,000, 20,000, and so on. Now, BTC is organized into chunks of only 100 coins each and is ready to be delivered to exchanges. According reports, sick_silk has been working hard in an attempt to find the wallet owners real identity. Continue reading >>

19-year-old Bitcoin Millionaire Offers 'crucial' Investing Advice

19-year-old Bitcoin Millionaire Offers 'crucial' Investing Advice

Teenage bitcoin millionaire Erik Finman, 19, has advice for young people looking to invest in the cryptocurrency: "Find what you're good at, and find a way to make money doing it." "This is crucial for young people," he writes on Twitter. "Establishing an extra stream of income will allow you to start investing earlier." Finman currently owns 401 bitcoins, which he confirmed with CNBC Make It , or over $4.4 million at the rate of $11,182 a coin . The teenager began investing in bitcoin in May 2011, after receiving a $1,000 gift from his grandmother at age 12. Finman tells Forbes that his knack for politics is actually what got him interested in bitcoin initially. "[I] saw this as an incredible way to transcend the financial system including Wall Street," he tells the magazine. However, notable financial experts like Warren Buffett have warned against investing in bitcoin. "In terms of cryptocurrencies, generally, I can say with almost certainty that they will come to a bad ending ," the billionaire investor told CNBC . Other bitcoin millionaires have also warned against sinking money into bitcoin , nothing that it's not secure and has no real value. But Finman refutes that claim. On his Twitter, he writes that people often say, "Bitcoin isn't real, it's just numbers on a computer screen!" The millionaire argues that the dollars in your bank account are also just numbers on a screen. "Bitcoin is just as real as fiat money, except Bitcoin can't be printed endlessly," he writes. The teenager remains optimistic about bitcoin's prospects and advises other young people to take part in the crypto-craze. "What I love about Bitcoin is that instead of some rich old guy on Wall Street. Young poor people are the ones getting rich," he writes on Twitter. A post shared by Erik Finma Continue reading >>

This 16-year Old Crypto-app Developer Fights Back Against Reddit Hate

This 16-year Old Crypto-app Developer Fights Back Against Reddit Hate

This 16-Year Old Crypto-App Developer Fights Back Against Reddit Hate Last month a 16-year old girl from India created a digital currency price ticker that tracks the price of cryptocurrencies like bitcoin cash, ethereum, and many others. However, when Harshita Arora introduced the iOS application to members of the bitcoin community who patronize the Reddit forum /r/bitcoin, she was accused of plagiarizing the app. Unfortunately, even though the accusations were false, Arora was further discriminated for being a woman, while commenters also speculated that an individual at her age couldnt possibly create an iOS platform. Also read: The 65 Percent Price Dip Has Made Bitcoin Whales A lot More BTC This week news.Bitcoin.com spoke with, Harshita Arora, a 16-year old girl who developed the Crypto Price Tracker application for iPhones. Arora explains she lives in a small town just outside of New Delhi in India and shes a big fan of technology. Arora has been studying computer science, and was accepted to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for a summer internship. Arora decided to make a cryptocurrency price tracking app for iOS and announced the launch of the project on January 28. However, when she announced the app herself on the forum /r/bitcoin, she was greeted by a mob of people who didnt believe she created the app. One critic wrote a blog post detailing that the app was plagiarized although the story was later revealed as false. Most of the criticism came from the fact Arora hired help to do some of the backend coding on the Crypto Price Tracker. But following the accusations /r/bitcoin patrons started harassing Arora for being young and a wrote hateful and sexist comments to her. News.Bitcoin.com chatted with Arora to hear how she got into coding and cry Continue reading >>

Found An Old Bitcoin Wallet Backup

Found An Old Bitcoin Wallet Backup

Short time lurker here I recently decided to look through my old harddrives and came across something pretty interesting I have a file called Bitcoin wallet backup. Judging by the dates, this was from back when I was buying stuff from darkweb. Because of the size of the file (33kb) and the lack of file extension Im guessing I encrypted the file somehow? Ive tried changing the extension to .dat and open with electrum but it didnt read the file. Doubt Ill be able to recover it but I thought Id see if you guys had any ideas on how I could open this. This is what a portion the file looks like in notepad: do you have any idea as to what software created the file? or was it just a notepad file you saved? Yes, it looks like an encrypted file. You could try decrypting it using openssl. I would try the following: openssl enc -d -aes-256-cbc -a -in "Bitcoin Wallet backup" Used openSSL and didnt get an error Ended up with a strange filetype that started with The rest of the file however, is just gibberish and looks like this: It looks like there are two different type files. One is KeePass which is software that allows you to create and store encrypted passwords: The other which says Bitcoin Wallet Backup I cant see the extension so I am not sure what type file that is. I would say use KeePass first with the .kdb files to get your old password as it is a database file that stores and encrypts multiple passwords. You still have to remember the password to unlock the database of stored passwords: Use this command from the command prompt to open KeePass database: KeePass.exe C:\My Documents\MyDatabase.kdb -preselect:C:\pwsafe.key This is separate then the encrypted Bitcoin Wallet Backup file. KeePass.exe C:\My Documents\MyDatabase.kdb -preselect:C:\pwsafe.key The MyDatabase.kdb is t Continue reading >>

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