As an outside observer, I have to say I also found Peter's sardonic message
tone inappropriate for furthering the discussion.
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I might be mistaken, but it seems to me this paper discusses unintended
ways of obtaining the IP addresses of clients involved in transactions on
the core Bitcoin network.
Tor was mentioned only insofar as it might be one's first thought of how to
mitigate this risk, yet Bitcoin over Tor has its
That's what I was trying to say... The researchers are deanonymizing
transactions from non-Tor connected hosts. So why are we talking about Tor
limitations in response to this? Shouldn't we be discussing how to address
the issues in Bitcoin proper?
On 11/27/2014 9:30 PM, Gregory Maxwell wrote:
I have been surprised by the lack of discussion of this topic here!
On 6/17/2014 10:57 AM, Raúl Martínez wrote:
We all know the recent news, Ghash pool controlling 51% of the hashrate.
While some consider it a threat others think that is not harmful.
The thing is that we have to do something to
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