Questions on: privacy - страница 4

He has a Bitcoin donation page which asks for identifying info and goes through BitPay, but of course anyone could send him Bitcoin anonymously, without using that page, if they know the address to send it to. The Libertarian Party and CoinPAC have B
It's funny, but Bitcoin laundering services are most likley used by people wishing to do illegal activities. So all the Bitcoin transactions on that laundering site are probably illegal and are criminal. Even though Fred would be caught for buying ma
Bitcoin uses peer-2-peer connections to share the transaction database called the “Blockchain. ” When users connect via P2P the other nodes they are connected to have a record of the IP addresses they are connected to. If you use a web wallet or soft
I am still unable to withdraw my bitcoins that were deposited before their September 2012 security breach. Therefore BitFloor is technically insolvent. They are registered with FinCEN as a money-service business in the U
Assume that person wanting to be anonymous has reason to do so. Powerful enemies will see what is bought with bitcoins, perhaps web blog on server and domain name. Even in nations with rule of law, United States applies strong pressure and registrars
SPV nodes usually only look at block headers, and then will download some of the actual block data of blocks which other peers have told them contain transactions relevant to them. SPV nodes are relying on at least one of their peers to be honest and
Well, if you are interested being as anonymous as possible, Tor is far more interesting. The VPN provider may not know who you are but it does know your IP address and the website you are visiting, which is almost the same if it comes in the hands of
A calculation is a deliberate process that transforms one or more inputs into one or more results, with variable change. The term is used in a variety of senses, from the very definite arithmetical calculation of using an algorithm, to the vague heur
Let's take a step back and define dust: dust is an transaction output with a very low value. When creating an input to a new transaction that spends that output, you have to use 36 bytes to reference it (the outpoint), about 72 bytes for the signatur