On Sunday, 22 February 2015, at 2:29 pm, Natanael wrote:
> In other words, you are unprotected and potentially at greater risk if you
> create a transaction depending on another zero-confirmation transaction.

This happened to one of the merchants at the Bitcoin 2013 conference in San 
Jose. They sold some T-shirts and accepted zero-confirmation transactions. The 
transactions depended on other unconfirmed transactions, which never confirmed, 
so this merchant never got their money.

I keep telling people not to accept transactions with zero confirmations, but 
no one listens.

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