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Information Hash keys....
Posted by: Carsten - 2016-10-15, 04:11 PM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (5)

My name hashed (the fingerprint in the blockchain for instance) 2eb20bb48051599f3c40c841e224bfe8f69bc11ccfaeee28e8808c1d132cf351

Play with it yourself here: http://www.xorbin.com/tools/sha256-hash-calculator

If you don't know hashkeys then think of it this way. It's fairly easy to go from the input "carsten" to the above sequency of numbers and letters, but it's almost impossible to go the other way from the hashkey to the original input. Normally you would use brute force, meaning trying every possible combination to see if the hashkey matched the one you are looking for. It's will take even the most powerful computers 100 years or so to figure out hashkeys. Now in this case since the input length is very limited it will be fairly quick to find the input by using brute force also if you know that the input just consist of letters.

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Lightbulb Blockchain explained and can it be changed?
Posted by: Carsten - 2016-10-15, 11:58 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (1)

Here is a simple explanation about the ledger and the blockchain for Bitcoin. Full nodes are also explained.


"The logic in bitcoin is:

  • Make it hard to generate a fingerprint that satisfies the rules of The Bitcoin Blockchain

  • Therefore, if someone wants to re-write parts of The Bitcoin Blockchain, it will take them a long time, and they have to catchup with and overtake the rest of the honest network
This is why people say The Bitcoin Blockchain is immutable (can not be changed)*.
*However, blockchains in general are not immutable.
-> Having said that, the peer-to-peer data sharing mechanism, plus the fingerprinting makes it obvious when a participant tries to alter some data, if you keep track of the fingerprints."

Regarding the immutable blockchain there is a link here https://bitsonblocks.net/2016/02/29/a-ge...ockchains/ 

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Wink Interesting post about being bipolar...
Posted by: Carsten - 2016-10-15, 10:44 AM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (9)

Bipolar disorder is a mental condition, also referred to as manic depression, which causes extreme shifts in mood, along with fluctuations in energy and activity levels of the patient suffering from it.
The disorder is a serious mental illness that restricts the patient’s ability to carry out day-to-day tasks and has the potential to destroy relationships, both professional and personal. According to the American Psychological Association, the emotional imbalance can also lead to individuals contemplating suicide in some severe cases.
There are two categories of symptoms of the disorder.
Manic Episode Symptoms

  • A feeling of euphoria.

  • An inflated sense of self-esteem.

  • The judgment may be impaired temporarily.

  • Rapid talking, together with a very fast line of thought.

  • Indulging in high-risk behavior, including aggression.

  • Getting distracted with greater ease.
Depressive Episode Symptoms
  • A feeling of emptiness and despair.

  • Bouts of extreme sadness.

  • Insomnia and sleep-related problems.

  • Suicidal thoughts, in extreme cases.

  • Anxiety over small things.

  • Unexplained fatigue and lack of will to do things.

  • http://www.medicaldaily.com/bipolar-depr...ned-400594

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Tongue Who is most "rogue"?
Posted by: Carsten - 2016-10-15, 10:18 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (15)

Since we are the rogue group according to Mark who is the "worst" of us?  Angel

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  Heart Less Scammer
Posted by: Junior - 2016-10-12, 08:39 PM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (20)


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  How to Spot A Narcissist–Heed This Tip
Posted by: Carsten - 2016-10-12, 04:37 PM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (4)


"A narcissist may wish it hadn’t happened, but only because of the fallout. The shame aspect is completely absent, and along with it, the remorse and contrition."

Except that it's about relationships.....I know at least ONE person who is a Narcissist!.

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  Other scams - solar powered roadways
Posted by: tw0t - 2016-10-11, 10:53 PM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (7)

Have a look at this:

There are other elaborated scams (even if the inventors seem to still believe it.), so maybe it's more genuine.

Made me think of Rimbit.


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  Rimbit hit the bottom...
Posted by: Carsten - 2016-10-11, 06:38 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (14)



Volume last 24 h $1...

It's so sad Mark is destroying the project. 

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  www.rimbit.com.....in Chrome does not work
Posted by: Carsten - 2016-10-07, 06:42 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (6)

When going to www.rimbit.com (a #scam site for #rimbit)  Smile using Chrome I get this error (see below).... he has an IQ of 180  Smile (right?) :

The www.rimbit.com page isn’t working
www.rimbit.com redirected you too many times.


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  Plan B talk with tw0t
Posted by: Carsten - 2016-10-06, 04:48 PM - Forum: Rimbit Talk - Replies (32)

Hi all

I had a Skype talk with tw0t today and what a great guy he is. 

We talked about personal stuff first and then went on to the more serious stuff about the future of Rimbit. As it is now Mark sit's on the majority of the coins and there is no indication of any kind of burn so we must consider our investment as lost more or less. We could go have that friendly talk with him over a beer....but he is a scammer and will not change his mind.  So what now? 

We should still warn others about the #rimbit #scammer Mark Karlsson, and push him further into a corner so he no longer can sell Rimbit, and of course he should do jail time.

What we have here is a community of some very smart core members with different kinds of skills that could work to our advantage. We could create our own coin based on the trust we have for each other and share an initial amount among the core members. It doesn't have to be that hard as you think to create a new coin from a technical point of view. Tw0t will together with me draft a paper to contact some of the guys that knows the internal working of cryptos and should it cost us like $1000 to get a modified coin I think and hope the core members here will back it. One of the very strong selling point for the new coin is the open and honest community we have. The core group should meet on Google Hangout or Skype and talk about the new coin and figure out how we should manage the new coin. We  also need a board of core members to control the direction we for the coin. 

Yes, we will need to invest some time in creating a new coin, but compared to the other coins ours will be premined like Rimbit and backed by a trusted core group. That will make our coin one of the most trusted coins ever. We have an open and honest talk in here and in the old Rimbit forum that is much more intelligent than what goes on in many of the other forums. 

Regarding creating a new coin we can also ask some of the existing ones what they did to start...it cost nothing but a little time.
Maybe one of the existing coins is willing to give of "a million" of their coins to share among the core members if we back their coin.

Now this is just an initial talk we had and we are very curious of your reaction to this?

What we will do if the reaction is positive about creating a new coin is to create a closed forum for the core group in here. The reason for that is not to hide anything but there is some sensitive information that could be misused by "rouge" persons out there.

Have a great evening everyone and especially you tw0t.


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