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george soros is SATOSHI????? WHO ELSE CAUGHT THAT JUST NOW....

 
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george soros is SATOSHI????? WHO ELSE CAUGHT THAT JUST NOW....
who else was listening to alex jones when he said that????
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Re: george soros is SATOSHI????? WHO ELSE CAUGHT THAT JUST NOW....
"George soros is behind bitcoin, I was offered thousands of bitcoins to pump it on the way up"
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Re: george soros is SATOSHI????? WHO ELSE CAUGHT THAT JUST NOW....
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Re: george soros is SATOSHI????? WHO ELSE CAUGHT THAT JUST NOW....
It's like this :

Numbers used to create eliptic curves are suggestions given by NSA Secp256k1 curve [link to www.secg.org]

Bitcoin uses the Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm (ECDSA) for signing transactions. This is how you use your private key to “prove” you own the bitcoins associated with your address. ECDSA keys are derived from elliptic curves that themselves are generated using certain parameters. NIST has been actively recommending that everyone use the secp256r1 parameters because they “are the most secure”. However, there appears to be some funny business with secp256r1 that is eerily similar to the backdoor in Dual_EC_DRBG.


SO BASICALLY when using bitcoin one has to TRUST the recommendations given by NSA and friends.

I assume that there is a backdoor in bitcoin... Poiny is it that developers like Satoshi took the recomendations


Secp256r1 is supposed to use a random number in generating the curves. The way it allegedly creates this random number is by using a one-way hash function of a “seed” to produce a nothing up my sleeve number. The seed need not be random since the output of the hash function is not predictable. Instead of using a relatively innocuous seed like, say, the number 15, secp256r1 uses the very suspicious looking seed: c49d360886e704936a6678e1139d26b7819f7e90. And like Dual_EC_DRBG, it provides no documentation for how or why this number was chosen.

And if so The Elite knows , that is De soros might have a backdoor.
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12/03/2018 04:13 PM
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Re: george soros is SATOSHI????? WHO ELSE CAUGHT THAT JUST NOW....
It's like this :

Numbers used to create eliptic curves are suggestions given by NSA Secp256k1 curve [link to www.secg.org]

Bitcoin uses the Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm (ECDSA) for signing transactions. This is how you use your private key to “prove” you own the bitcoins associated with your address. ECDSA keys are derived from elliptic curves that themselves are generated using certain parameters. NIST has been actively recommending that everyone use the secp256r1 parameters because they “are the most secure”. However, there appears to be some funny business with secp256r1 that is eerily similar to the backdoor in Dual_EC_DRBG.


SO BASICALLY when using bitcoin one has to TRUST the recommendations given by NSA and friends.

I assume that there is a backdoor in bitcoin... Poiny is it that developers like Satoshi took the recomendations


Secp256r1 is supposed to use a random number in generating the curves. The way it allegedly creates this random number is by using a one-way hash function of a “seed” to produce a nothing up my sleeve number. The seed need not be random since the output of the hash function is not predictable. Instead of using a relatively innocuous seed like, say, the number 15, secp256r1 uses the very suspicious looking seed: c49d360886e704936a6678e1139d26b7819f7e90. And like Dual_EC_DRBG, it provides no documentation for how or why this number was chosen.

And if so The Elite knows , that is De soros might have a backdoor.
 Quoting: BeamOfLight



It doesn't need one. All the processors have them built in. EVERY SINGLE PROCESSOR.
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Re: george soros is SATOSHI????? WHO ELSE CAUGHT THAT JUST NOW....
It's like this :

Numbers used to create eliptic curves are suggestions given by NSA Secp256k1 curve [link to www.secg.org]

Bitcoin uses the Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm (ECDSA) for signing transactions. This is how you use your private key to “prove” you own the bitcoins associated with your address. ECDSA keys are derived from elliptic curves that themselves are generated using certain parameters. NIST has been actively recommending that everyone use the secp256r1 parameters because they “are the most secure”. However, there appears to be some funny business with secp256r1 that is eerily similar to the backdoor in Dual_EC_DRBG.


SO BASICALLY when using bitcoin one has to TRUST the recommendations given by NSA and friends.

I assume that there is a backdoor in bitcoin... Poiny is it that developers like Satoshi took the recomendations


Secp256r1 is supposed to use a random number in generating the curves. The way it allegedly creates this random number is by using a one-way hash function of a “seed” to produce a nothing up my sleeve number. The seed need not be random since the output of the hash function is not predictable. Instead of using a relatively innocuous seed like, say, the number 15, secp256r1 uses the very suspicious looking seed: c49d360886e704936a6678e1139d26b7819f7e90. And like Dual_EC_DRBG, it provides no documentation for how or why this number was chosen.

And if so The Elite knows , that is De soros might have a backdoor.
 Quoting: BeamOfLight



It doesn't need one. All the processors have them built in. EVERY SINGLE PROCESSOR.
 Quoting: Terry Nutkins

Right , but paperwallets don't have a processor ... A mathematical backdoor is always better than a physical. yodaI assume that everyone knows about NSA backdoor in Windows , and digital angels in the sky right now.