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Xilobyte

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    https://blacksite-wallet.io

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    IT Consulting, Raspberry pi, Microcontrollers, Web Development, Java for Android, C++ for IOS and hell I even do some wood working on the side :) I am now the CTO for Blacksite-Wallet.io.
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    Schweinfurt
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    Software Development & IT Consulting
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    Germany
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  1. @Sceptic Yeah I call BuroKafka on you. Your initial post screams of “Look at me, look at me! I am somebody.” While people who really are somebody don’t need to say it. You say Bearish but no facts. You don’t fart one smart factual point from your keyboard. So basically you made a pretty good post to generate traffic is all. You cant short a coin. It is not an investment. Hell, coins are barely supported as is. If there was any such short, those clowns at Polo would be doing it. In fact, shorting coins is as pointless as buying them for a quick buck. Neither direction can be predicte
  2. Excellent. It is not that these guys are trying to pull you out of the woodwork but what they want is accountability. If you are willing to claim resposibility for your project then that adds to it genuiness. They want someone accountable to build trust. Next you may want to consider a business registration with a victim in charge, if you do not already have it. Get that victim on Youtube explaining your vision and desire. Then you are on the road to credibility. It is not the be all end all but a step. Also keep in mind that the sphere has so many scammers that they ate timid with n
  3. Here is the actual ICANN Domain registration: Domain Name: ALLVOR.ORG Registry Domain ID: D402200000004957888-LROR Registrar WHOIS Server: Registrar URL: registrar.amazon.com Updated Date: 2018-03-26T03:45:16Z Creation Date: 2018-01-24T14:29:17Z Registry Expiry Date: 2019-01-24T14:29:17Z Registrar Registration Expiration Date: Registrar: Amazon Registrar, Inc. Registrar IANA ID: 468 Registrar Abuse Contact Email: Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: Reseller: Domain Status: ok https://icann.org/epp#ok Registry Registrant ID:
  4. Great. Not beatin ya up or anything. If you have been in the crypto sphere for a while then I am sure you understand the paranoia. Good job on the road map but be sure to update it as you find roadbloacks and situations. You may find some of those goals may take years and not quarters. Your desire to provide a payment solution is fantastic but your decision to wait so long before development is unwise. We are already developing payment solutions and our service uses multiple coins. What you do not want is massive competiton to overcome when you get them 1-2 years ahead of you. If your plan is
  5. Here is what I have so far: First: there is no signup. They can still associate every XRP address with an IP though. They could even fingerprint your computer but that is the extent of any identification. Second: I do find their roadmap way overly ambitious. It is nice that they establish goals but these goals need to be better identified. They can not dictate when or if they will be on what exchanges and what debit firms will process payments. They can however state that they will start this proccess in these timeframes. For me this bleeds in experience. Still not a safety concern.
  6. Nobody from Seals or any Group talks about Group nor do we talk about anything that we have done. Group members are quiet professionals and are not generally content with the things that they were required to do because of their jobs. We do not talk about our kills as they are or were necessary but still sucks. No honorable Group member talks about his/her history in general and we certainly do not post it on the internet. That means that you Sir are no Group member. You are Cook or Mechanic support at best. Someone's gotta make the beans. Bring your fury and your spoon and come see me. I wil
  7. So once more you are failing yourself. Though it is posted on the network and nothing can really be trusted that is on the internet, I have gone out of my way to inform my customers on who I am and what my location is. I even provide a business registration upon request. And I don't give a rat's *** if you think me or anyone else is a scammer. You are a junior programmer at best and still in school. You likely still live with your mommy. So you go to a couple of wars and come back alive, deal with a bunch of posey wearing opinion having snot nosed kids and then create a corporation or two and
  8. You have no background knowledge, programming education nor experience to state that I am "Unlikely" not protecting against loss. You have no standing nor any previous experience. You have no idea who I was and who I am now. I d not need to convince you to trust me nor do I care if you do or not. I provide a service to many whom are simply too unsure to do it themselves. In the process I talks with them to get them to learn to do it themselves. They either do or not but none the less, My customer's do not store their Secret Keys on my computers. I would not even allow that, but of course the p
  9. I believe he is correct. There are several ways to do this. We only hope they are doing it correctly. But just as I would not share my site security with or anyone else, ledger should not have to share with us. Thanks Tiny....
  10. It really depends on how the Ledger communicates. There are several scenarios. No where have we answered how one password secures so many different wallet types. I suspect it us so e sort of account link. The dat files are likly encrypted and the key unlocks them. But there must be related data sent from the device to ledger online. If there was not then why do you require to be online to use it. On the ledger side is either the real secret keys or an account linked to you by some variable sent from your device. I suspect that the trasnaction itself occurs on the servers and your dev
  11. WTF Is Ken Hibberd. Is he related to Alice?
  12. Send us the address of your wallet on Binance and of your Rippex Wallet. DO NOT SEND THE SECRET. Just the public address.
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