Re: [Bitcoin-development] Bitcoin Protocol Specification

2014-07-08 Thread Chris D'Costa
This is probably the best, most complete resource available for those who don't want to (or don't know how to) wade through the code. Well done. On 7 July 2014 19:57, JMOlmos GMail coloniz...@gmail.com wrote: And for translation's facility :P 2014-07-07 14:57 GMT-03:00 JMOlmos GMail

Re: [Bitcoin-development] bits: Unit of account

2014-04-23 Thread Chris D'Costa
here and elsewhere. I wonder in the long run if this will not just naturally occur anyway. Regards Chris D'Costa Email: chris_dco...@meek.io Sent from my iPhone On 23 Apr 2014, at 11:56, Tamas Blummer ta...@bitsofproof.com wrote: The problem is µBTC that bit tries to solve. BTC, mBTC

Re: [Bitcoin-development] secure assigned bitcoin address directory

2014-04-01 Thread Chris D'Costa
On 31 Mar 2014, at 20:57, Roy Badami wrote: Is namecoin actively maintained these days? That's a very good quest. It was one of the reasons why we ruled out namecoin, but not the only one. Although in principle it is a similar concept to namecoin + PGP, in practice at least for our device,

Re: [Bitcoin-development] secure assigned bitcoin address directory

2014-04-01 Thread Chris D'Costa
proof of life date and then the Bitcoin keys (BIP32) can be restored. Regards Chris D'Costa Sent from my iPhone On 1 Apr 2014, at 13:32, Jeff Garzik jgar...@bitpay.com wrote: Re-reading this, even with the most recent message, is still isn't clear _precisely_ how your technology works

Re: [Bitcoin-development] secure assigned bitcoin address directory

2014-04-01 Thread Chris D'Costa
signing parties, nowadays keys posted to a public forum by a known user, but it's not a standard and not ideal. Regards Chris D'Costa Sent from my iPhone On 1 Apr 2014, at 20:16, Daryl Banttari dbantt...@gmail.com wrote: I posted some code on Reddit a while back around adding a simple

Re: [Bitcoin-development] secure assigned bitcoin address directory

2014-04-01 Thread Chris D'Costa
Hi Daryl My proposal leverages the existing SSL key system Ok I thought you were suggesting wrapping the URL in an additional PGP signature. -- ___ Bitcoin-development

Re: [Bitcoin-development] secure assigned bitcoin address directory

2014-03-31 Thread Chris D'Costa
keys as the Web-of-trust re-imagined although that isn't strictly true. Ok there you have it. The cat is out of the bag, feel free to give feedback, I have to finish the paper, apologies if it is not a topic for this list. Regards Chris D'Costa On 31 Mar 2014, at 12:21, vv01f vv...@riseup.net

Re: [Bitcoin-development] secure assigned bitcoin address directory

2014-03-31 Thread Chris D'Costa
this is in the details and probably more specific to the project. Regards Chris D'Costa On 31 Mar 2014, at 13:46, Natanael natanae...@gmail.com wrote: This sounds like Namecoin. You can already register profiles with it, including keypairs. onename.io is a web-based client you can use to register

[Bitcoin-development] Post to list request

2014-03-21 Thread Chris D'Costa
Hello I wonder if I could be granted access to post to the dev list. My project is the Meek hardware wallet, and we are working on a solution to avoid MITM attacks when communicating a pay-to information over a non-secure transport mechanism. Regards Chris