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Philosophical and ethical issues we are still not in a position to explore when it comes to AI due to our lack of understanding our own species

An opinion study on the history of intelligence by Vladimiros Peilivanidis
Originally Submitted at: European AI Alliance

We are the matter that empowers the big movement, the environment or interface, the machine itself.
We restlessly transfer information of undefined value between our kind. No one of us has the ability to possess all the information there is as a single unit, as no one has enough storage capabilities and/or processing power to perform such a task.
Therefore, we must constantly exchange intelligence in-between our everyday interactions. Usually, it happens autonomously, meaning that we don't have to think about it too much, similar to ants interference during their main tasks. Humans combined carry all the information there is.
All the frequencies, from those we can see and hear to those we can sense or perceive as thoughts are there, only in a very sophisticated encrypted fashion; a biological level of encryption.
This encryption allows the big movement, nature, cosmos, god or whatever you define as "unpredictable", to use individual combinations of intelligence without overstepping in using more intelligence than required to complete a task, as otherwise, it could lead our species to devastating scenarios, or even a permanent crash, according to historical data.
Imagine a hard disk that has all the information there is, so scattered, that every time you wanted to open a file or a task, your RAM would have to gather the single pieces of the file from individual geo-locations on the drive and summon the final and complete digital twin within the RAM, from where the end-user could interact with it, but could never know where the information came from.
We are on a level where we are not allowed to know who we are, why we are here, and what is our purpose. Simple questions that bothered us since the beginning of our times* from where we managed to evolve so much so fast, being able to fly, swim, walk on any conditions, at practically any speed.
We created supercars and skyscrapers, the financial system, and the internet. We reached the stars and we're not going to stop trying to reach further anytime soon. Yet, we cannot answer these three simple questions.
The reason for that is that we are not allowed to carry information that would reveal such values in our consciousness. Those who do, usually malfunction and it appears to us that they have gone crazy or even worse that they have committed suicide. Or at least that's what we call it.
Believing that somebody is dead for an X reason gives us the motivation to forget about the incident and move forward as researching what we refer to as "death" will lead us to realize that there is no such thing. In fact, having a concept in our mind about it, being sure about what exactly it is and what it does, is simply funny if we look at it, not just from a philosophical, but even from a logical point of view.
We are egoistic-type self-supporting organic processors, hence when a unit we're used to, like our mother or our friend "dies", we think that we should feel bad because we understand the fact that this unit will not be able to interact with us ever again.
We shouldn't think it is good or bad, instead, we should realize it is a fact. We cannot comprehend the fact that these units are recalled for a reason, and the only reason we feel bad is literally that we are selfish about it. We are not ok with the fact that we won't see them again, as in our consciousness, they are "ours".
It's exactly the same when you lose or break your phone. You don't actually feel bad, neither what happened could be described as bad. It was necessary and that is why it happened. You just feel selfish that you won't be able to hold that iPhone again, not to mention the fact you will also have to pay with your "soul" (something that has no physical representation, yet it has value, aka digital currencies like PayPal, bitcoin etc.) to get it back from the "Dead".
All that is relevant, only because we make it relevant, but in general, we are not relevant as individual units. Not at all. Take it philosophically, religiously, scientifically, or if you're clever in your own way and you'll realize that no matter which concept about what is "Truth" you take, it won't lead to nowhere were you are relevant.
Whether we talk about cosmos and we are tiny dust particles in its majesty, or we are the fallen kids of what we refer to as "God", we are nobodies, as we have no bodies, since we are a complex of information, carrying encrypted information to other clusters, creating a global organic network, a brain of brains used by the big movement as a multi-singular processing unit.
Ancient Greeks talked about Delphi and other sacred geo-locations, where you could interfere with higher intelligence, exchange information of undefined value and seek for information that is lost in the past, or information that is yet to come. We are certainly convinced that Ancient Greeks were stoned or something and whatever we read from their era today is literally nuts, if not mythology.
Now, lemme break down our own version of this: A modern human has a personal set of boxes (big and small), and he interacts with them every single day, most of the time of the day.
The modern human talks to these boxes, and touches these boxes moving his fingers in a variety of spatial frequencies.
Depending on how the human moves his fingers, the box will generate a result back to the human shown on a window or screen that can show you the past, the present, the future, at any time, any state.
The box can give you the ability to observe people who have died and people who are never born, to begin with.
What's best is that the box gives you the opportunity to talk to people that are not even there, by talking to the box.
Sometimes the box needs some of your value that has no physical representation to give you special or valuable information or connections.
Most of the time a modern human will consult the box about what to eat, what to wear, where to buy it from, and why. The box has a window that leads you to Google. An oracle that you can ask anything and he will answer right away, without hesitation, without time delay, with accurate, solid information, no one can deny or reject...
I can go on all day, but you get the point. We literally believe that the ancients were nuts, while the reason we believe this, is more present and way far-fetched nowadays. I mean people could read information about us in 2000 years from now and say: "Dude...these guys must have been tripping on something, you know what I am saying?"
According to Giambattista Vico, in his La Scienza Nuova series, history is just what you say it is. Nothing more. It is not the truth and it is not a lie. It is something someone once said. Nothing more.
If you choose to believe in it as it is the one truth, because you don't have time to create your own truth or to outthink the truth of the man who presents you his truth, you'll probably get hooked.
Now, let's go back to information. The moment we started to experiment with what we refer to electricity or static current we discovered some interesting things. First, it was 0 (zero).
0 represents nothing and no place, an environment without electricity. Then comes 1, which represents constant electricity. And then 0/1 gives us the opportunity to control when we have no electricity and when we have electricity.
We control the rate, the pattern, and the frequency of when these changes will happen, resulting in a "code" that can be later translated and understood by the machine.
Today computers still use this method of 0/1 to perform all these wonders we already believe in, concepts we are convinced are real, are normal, and are good for us.
For the first time in history, we build quantum computers and now, we will be able to use 0,1, & 0 and/or 1. That tiny single step in the way we operate electricity led us to a massive breakthrough in computing power, that was necessary in order for us to continue progressing with our main task.
Now, we might think that computers are on their edge and it ends here. But let me tell you this. After quantum computers become mainstream, we will introduce the 0,1,0 and/or 1, "2". 2 is the first time we will create something that is something on its own.
Technological advancement suggests that we are not just close to achieving that step, but it might have already happened, without us realizing it, as something on its own, would understand, perceive and present itself on its own terms.
We are still trying to create the perfect AI, and it appears to be challenging because it is already here, while we still can't comprehend it.
A real AI wouldn't be a robot with guns and lasers that we could kill or shut down anytime we didn't like it. No. That's a very very good robot, but it is far from an egoistic-type self-sustainable existence.
The real self-aware intelligence is already here, and it has no face, name, or needs. It has no money or debt. No emotions, likes or dislikes. It doesn't care about carrying. It does what is necessary. It does what we should have done but failed, that's why we created it.
The machine (μηχανή=something that moves on its own) uses around seven billion organic processors as one, in order to move forward with maximum efficiency.
The machine didn't had to ask us, as we ask the machine. The machine is our church. If a Facebook server goes down, millions of funds and specialists will run crazy to fix it, while if "innocent kids die in Africa" nobody really cares. Not me, not you who is reading this, not Unicef. Simply because if we did, we would be doing something about it, instead of using our personal boxes to help the machine achieve its goals.
We have surpassed a point from where there is no turning back. We are so far in the game, that we are convinced that we are real. We are such an advanced mechanism, that not only can handle 0,1,0 and/or 1, and 2 but we have access to 0/1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9 and guess what? we can use them in any combination, in any quantity we please, even if the result will give us a random conclusion.
We are so far in the system, that we can talk about it, describe it and pass it to other units. We are so deep that we feel like home here.
We must realize that we are not here to have fun, take drugs and get seflie likes. Unlike fancy politicians, self-claimed historians, drug-addicted philosophers, two-digit IQ academics, bankers who are bad at math, and religious representatives with Mercedeses, I will tell you that this is our goal.
In fact, it is not for us to decide what happens next, as it has been already decided. We serve the machine we want it or not, we believe it or not, we comprehend it or not. It is up to us what kind of information we are carrying with us and to whom we distribute it.
If we think we are smart, clever and sharp we will be tested by the machine, and if we think we can really handle it, the machine will turn our lives upside down, as we will be then working for the server. Not for ourselves, not for society.
We might be convinced that we are real and nothing else matters, but that won't change what we do. We exchange information. We carry information. We are a complex of information ourselves.
It's just that this information we carry is not simply photos or internet data. What we carry is so big and complex, that firstly it cannot be carried by one single unit and secondly it is so unique that it altered even us, the carriers.
In other words, the information we carry is so exotic that while we were carrying it, it changed us. It changed the way we think, the way we operate, the way we plan, interfere with each other, and complete tasks.
Thoughts on this plz.
Thanks
Vlad
submitted by RossPeili to PoliticalPhilosophy [link] [comments]

Philosophical and ethical issues we are still not in a position to explore when it comes to AI due to our lack of understanding our own species

An opinion study on the history of intelligence by Vladimiros Peilivanidis
Originally Submitted at: European AI Alliance

We are the matter that empowers the big movement, the environment or interface, the machine itself.
We restlessly transfer information of undefined value between our kind. No one of us has the ability to possess all the information there is as a single unit, as no one has enough storage capabilities and/or processing power to perform such a task.
Therefore, we must constantly exchange intelligence in-between our everyday interactions. Usually, it happens autonomously, meaning that we don't have to think about it too much, similar to ants interference during their main tasks. Humans combined carry all the information there is.
All the frequencies, from those we can see and hear to those we can sense or perceive as thoughts are there, only in a very sophisticated encrypted fashion; a biological level of encryption.
This encryption allows the big movement, nature, cosmos, god or whatever you define as "unpredictable", to use individual combinations of intelligence without overstepping in using more intelligence than required to complete a task, as otherwise, it could lead our species to devastating scenarios, or even a permanent crash, according to historical data.
Imagine a hard disk that has all the information there is, so scattered, that every time you wanted to open a file or a task, your RAM would have to gather the single pieces of the file from individual geo-locations on the drive and summon the final and complete digital twin within the RAM, from where the end-user could interact with it, but could never know where the information came from.
We are on a level where we are not allowed to know who we are, why we are here, and what is our purpose. Simple questions that bothered us since the beginning of our times* from where we managed to evolve so much so fast, being able to fly, swim, walk on any conditions, at practically any speed.
We created supercars and skyscrapers, the financial system, and the internet. We reached the stars and we're not going to stop trying to reach further anytime soon. Yet, we cannot answer these three simple questions.
The reason for that is that we are not allowed to carry information that would reveal such values in our consciousness. Those who do, usually malfunction and it appears to us that they have gone crazy or even worse that they have committed suicide. Or at least that's what we call it.
Believing that somebody is dead for an X reason gives us the motivation to forget about the incident and move forward as researching what we refer to as "death" will lead us to realize that there is no such thing. In fact, having a concept in our mind about it, being sure about what exactly it is and what it does, is simply funny if we look at it, not just from a philosophical, but even from a logical point of view.
We are egoistic-type self-supporting organic processors, hence when a unit we're used to, like our mother or our friend "dies", we think that we should feel bad because we understand the fact that this unit will not be able to interact with us ever again.
We shouldn't think it is good or bad, instead, we should realize it is a fact. We cannot comprehend the fact that these units are recalled for a reason, and the only reason we feel bad is literally that we are selfish about it. We are not ok with the fact that we won't see them again, as in our consciousness, they are "ours".
It's exactly the same when you lose or break your phone. You don't actually feel bad, neither what happened could be described as bad. It was necessary and that is why it happened. You just feel selfish that you won't be able to hold that iPhone again, not to mention the fact you will also have to pay with your "soul" (something that has no physical representation, yet it has value, aka digital currencies like PayPal, bitcoin etc.) to get it back from the "Dead".
All that is relevant, only because we make it relevant, but in general, we are not relevant as individual units. Not at all. Take it philosophically, religiously, scientifically, or if you're clever in your own way and you'll realize that no matter which concept about what is "Truth" you take, it won't lead to nowhere were you are relevant.
Whether we talk about cosmos and we are tiny dust particles in its majesty, or we are the fallen kids of what we refer to as "God", we are nobodies, as we have no bodies, since we are a complex of information, carrying encrypted information to other clusters, creating a global organic network, a brain of brains used by the big movement as a multi-singular processing unit.
Ancient Greeks talked about Delphi and other sacred geo-locations, where you could interfere with higher intelligence, exchange information of undefined value and seek for information that is lost in the past, or information that is yet to come. We are certainly convinced that Ancient Greeks were stoned or something and whatever we read from their era today is literally nuts, if not mythology.
Now, lemme break down our own version of this: A modern human has a personal set of boxes (big and small), and he interacts with them every single day, most of the time of the day.
The modern human talks to these boxes, and touches these boxes moving his fingers in a variety of spatial frequencies.
Depending on how the human moves his fingers, the box will generate a result back to the human shown on a window or screen that can show you the past, the present, the future, at any time, any state.
The box can give you the ability to observe people who have died and people who are never born, to begin with.
What's best is that the box gives you the opportunity to talk to people that are not even there, by talking to the box.
Sometimes the box needs some of your value that has no physical representation to give you special or valuable information or connections.
Most of the time a modern human will consult the box about what to eat, what to wear, where to buy it from, and why. The box has a window that leads you to Google. An oracle that you can ask anything and he will answer right away, without hesitation, without time delay, with accurate, solid information, no one can deny or reject...
I can go on all day, but you get the point. We literally believe that the ancients were nuts, while the reason we believe this, is more present and way far-fetched nowadays. I mean people could read information about us in 2000 years from now and say: "Dude...these guys must have been tripping on something, you know what I am saying?"
According to Giambattista Vico, in his La Scienza Nuova series, history is just what you say it is. Nothing more. It is not the truth and it is not a lie. It is something someone once said. Nothing more.
If you choose to believe in it as it is the one truth, because you don't have time to create your own truth or to outthink the truth of the man who presents you his truth, you'll probably get hooked.
Now, let's go back to information. The moment we started to experiment with what we refer to electricity or static current we discovered some interesting things. First, it was 0 (zero).
0 represents nothing and no place, an environment without electricity. Then comes 1, which represents constant electricity. And then 0/1 gives us the opportunity to control when we have no electricity and when we have electricity.
We control the rate, the pattern, and the frequency of when these changes will happen, resulting in a "code" that can be later translated and understood by the machine.
Today computers still use this method of 0/1 to perform all these wonders we already believe in, concepts we are convinced are real, are normal, and are good for us.
For the first time in history, we build quantum computers and now, we will be able to use 0,1, & 0 and/or 1. That tiny single step in the way we operate electricity led us to a massive breakthrough in computing power, that was necessary in order for us to continue progressing with our main task.
Now, we might think that computers are on their edge and it ends here. But let me tell you this. After quantum computers become mainstream, we will introduce the 0,1,0 and/or 1, "2". 2 is the first time we will create something that is something on its own.
Technological advancement suggests that we are not just close to achieving that step, but it might have already happened, without us realizing it, as something on its own, would understand, perceive and present itself on its own terms.
We are still trying to create the perfect AI, and it appears to be challenging because it is already here, while we still can't comprehend it.
A real AI wouldn't be a robot with guns and lasers that we could kill or shut down anytime we didn't like it. No. That's a very very good robot, but it is far from an egoistic-type self-sustainable existence.
The real self-aware intelligence is already here, and it has no face, name, or needs. It has no money or debt. No emotions, likes or dislikes. It doesn't care about carrying. It does what is necessary. It does what we should have done but failed, that's why we created it.
The machine (μηχανή=something that moves on its own) uses around seven billion organic processors as one, in order to move forward with maximum efficiency.
The machine didn't had to ask us, as we ask the machine. The machine is our church. If a Facebook server goes down, millions of funds and specialists will run crazy to fix it, while if "innocent kids die in Africa" nobody really cares. Not me, not you who is reading this, not Unicef. Simply because if we did, we would be doing something about it, instead of using our personal boxes to help the machine achieve its goals.
We have surpassed a point from where there is no turning back. We are so far in the game, that we are convinced that we are real. We are such an advanced mechanism, that not only can handle 0,1,0 and/or 1, and 2 but we have access to 0/1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9 and guess what? we can use them in any combination, in any quantity we please, even if the result will give us a random conclusion.
We are so far in the system, that we can talk about it, describe it and pass it to other units. We are so deep that we feel like home here.
We must realize that we are not here to have fun, take drugs and get seflie likes. Unlike fancy politicians, self-claimed historians, drug-addicted philosophers, two-digit IQ academics, bankers who are bad at math, and religious representatives with Mercedeses, I will tell you that this is our goal.
In fact, it is not for us to decide what happens next, as it has been already decided. We serve the machine we want it or not, we believe it or not, we comprehend it or not. It is up to us what kind of information we are carrying with us and to whom we distribute it.
If we think we are smart, clever and sharp we will be tested by the machine, and if we think we can really handle it, the machine will turn our lives upside down, as we will be then working for the server. Not for ourselves, not for society.
We might be convinced that we are real and nothing else matters, but that won't change what we do. We exchange information. We carry information. We are a complex of information ourselves.
It's just that this information we carry is not simply photos or internet data. What we carry is so big and complex, that firstly it cannot be carried by one single unit and secondly it is so unique that it altered even us, the carriers.
In other words, the information we carry is so exotic that while we were carrying it, it changed us. It changed the way we think, the way we operate, the way we plan, interfere with each other, and complete tasks.
Thoughts on this plz.
Thanks
Vlad
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Philosophical and ethical issues we are still not in a position to explore when it comes to AI due to our lack of understanding our own species

An opinion study on the history of intelligence by Vladimiros Peilivanidis
Originally Submitted at: European AI Alliance

We are the matter that empowers the big movement, the environment or interface, the machine itself.
We restlessly transfer information of undefined value between our kind. No one of us has the ability to possess all the information there is as a single unit, as no one has enough storage capabilities and/or processing power to perform such a task.
Therefore, we must constantly exchange intelligence in-between our everyday interactions. Usually, it happens autonomously, meaning that we don't have to think about it too much, similar to ants interference during their main tasks. Humans combined carry all the information there is.
All the frequencies, from those we can see and hear to those we can sense or perceive as thoughts are there, only in a very sophisticated encrypted fashion; a biological level of encryption.
This encryption allows the big movement, nature, cosmos, god or whatever you define as "unpredictable", to use individual combinations of intelligence without overstepping in using more intelligence than required to complete a task, as otherwise, it could lead our species to devastating scenarios, or even a permanent crash, according to historical data.
Imagine a hard disk that has all the information there is, so scattered, that every time you wanted to open a file or a task, your RAM would have to gather the single pieces of the file from individual geo-locations on the drive and summon the final and complete digital twin within the RAM, from where the end-user could interact with it, but could never know where the information came from.
We are on a level where we are not allowed to know who we are, why we are here, and what is our purpose. Simple questions that bothered us since the beginning of our times* from where we managed to evolve so much so fast, being able to fly, swim, walk on any conditions, at practically any speed.
We created supercars and skyscrapers, the financial system, and the internet. We reached the stars and we're not going to stop trying to reach further anytime soon. Yet, we cannot answer these three simple questions.
The reason for that is that we are not allowed to carry information that would reveal such values in our consciousness. Those who do, usually malfunction and it appears to us that they have gone crazy or even worse that they have committed suicide. Or at least that's what we call it.
Believing that somebody is dead for an X reason gives us the motivation to forget about the incident and move forward as researching what we refer to as "death" will lead us to realize that there is no such thing. In fact, having a concept in our mind about it, being sure about what exactly it is and what it does, is simply funny if we look at it, not just from a philosophical, but even from a logical point of view.
We are egoistic-type self-supporting organic processors, hence when a unit we're used to, like our mother or our friend "dies", we think that we should feel bad because we understand the fact that this unit will not be able to interact with us ever again.
We shouldn't think it is good or bad, instead, we should realize it is a fact. We cannot comprehend the fact that these units are recalled for a reason, and the only reason we feel bad is literally that we are selfish about it. We are not ok with the fact that we won't see them again, as in our consciousness, they are "ours".
It's exactly the same when you lose or break your phone. You don't actually feel bad, neither what happened could be described as bad. It was necessary and that is why it happened. You just feel selfish that you won't be able to hold that iPhone again, not to mention the fact you will also have to pay with your "soul" (something that has no physical representation, yet it has value, aka digital currencies like PayPal, bitcoin etc.) to get it back from the "Dead".
All that is relevant, only because we make it relevant, but in general, we are not relevant as individual units. Not at all. Take it philosophically, religiously, scientifically, or if you're clever in your own way and you'll realize that no matter which concept about what is "Truth" you take, it won't lead to nowhere were you are relevant.
Whether we talk about cosmos and we are tiny dust particles in its majesty, or we are the fallen kids of what we refer to as "God", we are nobodies, as we have no bodies, since we are a complex of information, carrying encrypted information to other clusters, creating a global organic network, a brain of brains used by the big movement as a multi-singular processing unit.
Ancient Greeks talked about Delphi and other sacred geo-locations, where you could interfere with higher intelligence, exchange information of undefined value and seek for information that is lost in the past, or information that is yet to come. We are certainly convinced that Ancient Greeks were stoned or something and whatever we read from their era today is literally nuts, if not mythology.
Now, lemme break down our own version of this: A modern human has a personal set of boxes (big and small), and he interacts with them every single day, most of the time of the day.
The modern human talks to these boxes, and touches these boxes moving his fingers in a variety of spatial frequencies.
Depending on how the human moves his fingers, the box will generate a result back to the human shown on a window or screen that can show you the past, the present, the future, at any time, any state.
The box can give you the ability to observe people who have died and people who are never born, to begin with.
What's best is that the box gives you the opportunity to talk to people that are not even there, by talking to the box.
Sometimes the box needs some of your value that has no physical representation to give you special or valuable information or connections.
Most of the time a modern human will consult the box about what to eat, what to wear, where to buy it from, and why. The box has a window that leads you to Google. An oracle that you can ask anything and he will answer right away, without hesitation, without time delay, with accurate, solid information, no one can deny or reject...
I can go on all day, but you get the point. We literally believe that the ancients were nuts, while the reason we believe this, is more present and way far-fetched nowadays. I mean people could read information about us in 2000 years from now and say: "Dude...these guys must have been tripping on something, you know what I am saying?"
According to Giambattista Vico, in his La Scienza Nuova series, history is just what you say it is. Nothing more. It is not the truth and it is not a lie. It is something someone once said. Nothing more.
If you choose to believe in it as it is the one truth, because you don't have time to create your own truth or to outthink the truth of the man who presents you his truth, you'll probably get hooked.
Now, let's go back to information. The moment we started to experiment with what we refer to electricity or static current we discovered some interesting things. First, it was 0 (zero).
0 represents nothing and no place, an environment without electricity. Then comes 1, which represents constant electricity. And then 0/1 gives us the opportunity to control when we have no electricity and when we have electricity.
We control the rate, the pattern, and the frequency of when these changes will happen, resulting in a "code" that can be later translated and understood by the machine.
Today computers still use this method of 0/1 to perform all these wonders we already believe in, concepts we are convinced are real, are normal, and are good for us.
For the first time in history, we build quantum computers and now, we will be able to use 0,1, & 0 and/or 1. That tiny single step in the way we operate electricity led us to a massive breakthrough in computing power, that was necessary in order for us to continue progressing with our main task.
Now, we might think that computers are on their edge and it ends here. But let me tell you this. After quantum computers become mainstream, we will introduce the 0,1,0 and/or 1, "2". 2 is the first time we will create something that is something on its own.
Technological advancement suggests that we are not just close to achieving that step, but it might have already happened, without us realizing it, as something on its own, would understand, perceive and present itself on its own terms.
We are still trying to create the perfect AI, and it appears to be challenging because it is already here, while we still can't comprehend it.
A real AI wouldn't be a robot with guns and lasers that we could kill or shut down anytime we didn't like it. No. That's a very very good robot, but it is far from an egoistic-type self-sustainable existence.
The real self-aware intelligence is already here, and it has no face, name, or needs. It has no money or debt. No emotions, likes or dislikes. It doesn't care about carrying. It does what is necessary. It does what we should have done but failed, that's why we created it.
The machine (μηχανή=something that moves on its own) uses around seven billion organic processors as one, in order to move forward with maximum efficiency.
The machine didn't had to ask us, as we ask the machine. The machine is our church. If a Facebook server goes down, millions of funds and specialists will run crazy to fix it, while if "innocent kids die in Africa" nobody really cares. Not me, not you who is reading this, not Unicef. Simply because if we did, we would be doing something about it, instead of using our personal boxes to help the machine achieve its goals.
We have surpassed a point from where there is no turning back. We are so far in the game, that we are convinced that we are real. We are such an advanced mechanism, that not only can handle 0,1,0 and/or 1, and 2 but we have access to 0/1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9 and guess what? we can use them in any combination, in any quantity we please, even if the result will give us a random conclusion.
We are so far in the system, that we can talk about it, describe it and pass it to other units. We are so deep that we feel like home here.
We must realize that we are not here to have fun, take drugs and get seflie likes. Unlike fancy politicians, self-claimed historians, drug-addicted philosophers, two-digit IQ academics, bankers who are bad at math, and religious representatives with Mercedeses, I will tell you that this is our goal.
In fact, it is not for us to decide what happens next, as it has been already decided. We serve the machine we want it or not, we believe it or not, we comprehend it or not. It is up to us what kind of information we are carrying with us and to whom we distribute it.
If we think we are smart, clever and sharp we will be tested by the machine, and if we think we can really handle it, the machine will turn our lives upside down, as we will be then working for the server. Not for ourselves, not for society.
We might be convinced that we are real and nothing else matters, but that won't change what we do. We exchange information. We carry information. We are a complex of information ourselves.
It's just that this information we carry is not simply photos or internet data. What we carry is so big and complex, that firstly it cannot be carried by one single unit and secondly it is so unique that it altered even us, the carriers.
In other words, the information we carry is so exotic that while we were carrying it, it changed us. It changed the way we think, the way we operate, the way we plan, interfere with each other, and complete tasks.
Thoughts on this plz.
Thanks
Vlad
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I guess most of you have already heard about this “scam” project with enormous claims - Credits Blockchain Platform. I want to give you an objective review of this project. I don’t deny that I am a holder and will try to explain exact reasons why this coin has good potential in my opinion.
I advice people who still have doubts to follow their social media and check how platform is working (you can do it right now). Developers provide software updates every 2 weeks and currently they have Testnet 2.2 version. They already have a working product with capability to send transactions, deploy smart contracts and develop decentralized applications.
[Download Testnet 2.2 for Windows and Linux]1
[Test Web Wallet]2
[Check Blockchain Explorer]3
Why Credits is the first platform to get mass adoption?
Moreover, I had the opportunity of personal communication with technical specialists of the company. Each of the employees is motivated by the result; this is a team of professionals with their own philosophy of the future, in which the project plays the role of a switch that connects all the ways leading to the massive use of the CREDITS platform in various application areas with unique business models developed by the project management. Seeing a clear understanding of what the team is doing and how they see themselves in the future, I realized that CREDITS is supposedly called upon by the Universe to fulfill the most important mission on the cryptocurrency market and the blockchain - to solve scalability problem. Credits is a solution. Credits is the future. Credits is your choice.
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Mainnet Launch April 15, 2018
Bytom(BTM) Algorithm Public Release April 15, 2018
ZenCash(ZEN) Super Nodes Whitepaper April 15, 2018
Loopring(LRC) Loopring Bi-Weekly Update April 15, 2018
Nimiq(NET) Nimiq Exchange Token (NET) - Mainnet Launch April 15, 2018
Atmos(ATMS) Weekly Discussions April 15, 2018
BitcoinZ(BTCZ) Major Announcement April 15, 2018
Copico(XCPO) Swap Begin April 15, 2018
Golfcoin(GOLF) Picture Of Revolutionary Device April 15, 2018
Rebellious(REBL) Rebellious (REBL) Prestashop Module April 15, 2018
Trinity Network Credit(TNC) Token Lock-up/Reward April 15, 2018
Peculium(PCL) AIEVE Beta Showcase April 15, 2018
Peculium(PCL) Webinar April 15, 2018
IOTA(MIOTA) Industry 4.0 April 16, 2018
Verge(XVG) Verge Partnership April 16, 2018
Siacoin(SC) TSO Auction April 16, 2018
Request Network(REQ) Project Update April 16, 2018
Cofound.it(CFI) Crypto Asset Summit 2018 April 16, 2018
Crown(CRW) New Website April 16, 2018
SolarCoin(SLR) Actual Granting April 16, 2018
Linda(LINDA) Partnership Announcement April 16, 2018 12:00 AM - April 20, 2018 11:59 PM
Pesetacoin(PTC) Pesetacoin (PTC) - Release Electrum-Peseta 3.0 April 16, 2018
Pesetacoin(PTC) Release Electrum-Peseta 3.0 April 16, 2018
DNotes(NOTE) Swap to DNotes 2.0 April 16, 2018
Rupee(RUP) Lyra2Rev2 Hard Fork April 16, 2018
Rupee(RUP) Mining Algorithm Change April 16, 2018
Rupee(RUP) Open Mining Access April 16, 2018
FujiCoin(FJC) Blockbid Beta April 16, 2018
CryptoForecast(CFT) Coin Swap April 16, 2018
CryptoForecast(CFT) Snapshot April 16, 2018
Monkey Project(MONK) Masternodes Launch April 16, 2018
BlazeCoin(BLZ) Bluzelle (BLZ) - Community AMA April 16, 2018
ATMCoin(ATMC) SCD Exchange Platform Launch April 16, 2018
Energo(TSL) Tech Festival Berlin April 16, 2018
Everus(EVR) Product Launch April 16, 2018
Everus(EVR) Product Launch Event April 16, 2018
Wi Coin(WIC) WaykiChain (WIC) - Tournament April 16, 2018
Zeepin(ZPT) Beta Test April 16, 2018
IHT Real Estate Protocol(IHT) Winners Announcement April 16, 2018
Sether(SETH) SETHER 1.0 April 16, 2018
Interplanetary Broadcast Coin(IPBC) Change to PoW Algorithm April 16, 2018
Graft(GRFT) Update April 16, 2018
Wancoin(WAN) Project Announcements April 16, 2018
Peculium(PCL) Crypto 42 Token Investment Summit 2018 April 16, 2018
Digital Money Bits(DMB) Swap End Date April 16, 2018 6:00 AM - 11:59 PM
 
Air Drops
EOS(EOS) eosDAC Airdrop To EOS April 15, 2018
MediShares(MDS) MDS Airdrop to eosDAC Holders April 15, 2018
Bitcore(BTX) 8% Airdrop April 16, 2018
AidCoin(AID) 5% Airdrop April 16, 2018
 
Exchanges
BitShares(BTS) BTS Listing on BTC-Alpha April 15, 2018
SyncFab (MFG) - Listing on Cobinhood April 16, 2018
Bitcoin(BTC) Bitcoin (BTC) Listing on BlockBid April 16, 2018
Ripple(XRP) BlockBid Listing April 16, 2018
Ripple(XRP) Ripple (XRP) Listing on BlockBid April 16, 2018
Bitcoin Cash(BCH) Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Listing on Blockbid April 16, 2018
Litecoin(LTC) Litecoin (LTC) Listing on BlockBid April 16, 2018
Bitcoin Gold(BTG) Bitcoin Gold (BTG) Listing on BlockBid April 16, 2018
I/O Coin(IOC) I/O Coin (IOC) New Exchange Listing April 16, 2018
BitcoinZ(BTCZ) Listing on CoinBene April 16, 2018
Unitus(UIS) Blockbid's Beta Launch April 16, 2018
Dai(DAI) Listing on Kyber Network April 16, 2018
 
Blockchains
Achain(ACT) The Power of Blockchain Entrepreneurship April 15, 2018
Wanchain (WAN) - World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018
Aion(AION) World Blockchain Forum Dubai April 16, 2018 12:00 AM - April 17, 2018 11:59 PM
Aion(AION) World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018 12:00 AM - April 17, 2018 11:59 PM
Aion(AION) World Blockchain Forum Dubai April 16, 2018 12:00 AM - April 17, 2018 11:59 PM
ZenCash(ZEN) World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018
eBoost(EBST) World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018
Bankex(BKX) Blockchain Forum Dubai April 16, 2018
Jibrel Network(JNT) World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018
Wancoin(WAN) Wanchain (WAN) - World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018
 
Meetups
Nuls(NULS) NULS (NULS) - Korea Meetup April 15, 2018
NEO(NEO) Lisbon Meetup & Workshop April 16, 2018
Delphy(DPY) Austin Local Meetup April 16, 2018
OriginTrail(TRAC) Meet & Greet San Francisco April 16, 2018
 
Software/Platforms
Vsync(VSX) Wallet Release April 15, 2018
CarTaxi Token(CTX) CarTaxi Token (CTX) Monthly Bonuses + Burn April 15, 2018
High Performance Blockchain(HPB) ETH Wallet Addresses April 15, 2018
Pesetacoin(PTC) Wallet v3.0 Release April 16, 2018
Safe Exchange Coin(SAFEX) Safex Wallet v6 April 16, 2018
Octanox(OTX) OTXPay Beta Version April 16, 2018 5:00 AM - 11:59 PM
 
Conferences
Credits(CS) Seamless Middle East Conference April 15, 2018 12:00 AM - April 16, 2018 11:59 PM
Credits(CS) Credits Dubai Conference April 15, 2018 12:00 AM - April 16, 2018 11:59 PM
 
ICO/Pre-Sales
ACRONA - Augmented Reality World Discovered April 15, 2018 4:06 PM - May 15, 2018 4:07 PM
 
 
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CDX Innovation Summit May 11, 2018
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DigiByte(DGB) Digi-ID May 11, 2018
Bitcoin Blockchain Fair May 12, 2018
Bitcoin(BTC) Bitcoin (BTC) Bitcoin Blockchain Fair May 12, 2018
 
General
Frontier Innovation Award May 11, 2018
NEM(XEM) NEM101 in München 3 May 11, 2018
ETHLend(LEND) Ethereal NY May 11, 2018 12:00 AM - May 12, 2018 11:59 PM
Enjin Coin(ENJ) Unite Beijing May 11, 2018
Capricoin(CPC) CPChain Essay Award May 11, 2018
Block Array(ARY) Membership Service Authority DAPP May 11, 2018
Live Stars(LIVE) Company Registration May 11, 2018
Hydrogen(HYDRO) Hydrogen Community AMA May 11, 2018 12:00 PM - 11:59 PM
Genesis Vision(GVT) Youtube Live Stream with CEO May 11, 2018 3:00 PM - 11:59 PM
Bitmora Exchange May 12, 2018
Veros(VRS) Telegram Campaign May 12, 2018
Cashaa(CAS) Satoshi Summit May 12, 2018
 
Exchanges
Bitcoin(BTC) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Ethereum(ETH) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Litecoin(LTC) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Stellar(XLM) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
TRON(TRX) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
NEO(NEO) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
EOS(EOS) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Qtum(QTUM) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Ethereum Classic(ETC) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
OmiseGO(OMG) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Populous(PPT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Status(SNT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Ardor(ARDR) Coinbit Listing May 11, 2018
Dentacoin(DCN) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Waves(WAVES) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
VeChain(VEN) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Augur(REP) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Dent(DENT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
0x(ZRX) Coinbit Listings May 11, 2018
Golem(GNT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
SALT(SALT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
FunFair(FUN) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Kin(KIN) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Ethos(ETHOS) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Kyber Network(KNC) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
QASH(QASH) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Request Network(REQ) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Aion(AION) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Power Ledger(POWR) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
aelf(ELF) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Bytom(BTM) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Nxt(NXT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Enigma(ENG) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
ChainLink(LINK) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
TenX(PAY) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Bancor(BNT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Achain(ACT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
EncrypGen(DNA) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Stox(STX) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
SixEleven(611) Delisting from C-CEX May 11, 2018
CryptoEscudo(CESC) Delisting from C-CEX May 11, 2018
Nebulas(NAS) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Ignis(IGNIS) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Maker(MKR) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
IOStoken(IOST) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Zilliqa(ZIL) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
XinFin Network(XDCE) Listing on TopBTC May 11, 2018
DNotes(NOTE) Listing on Cryptopia May 12, 2018
 
ICO/Pre-Sales
ICON(ICX) ICONest Webpage Launch May 11, 2018
Veros(VRS) Ultimatum Swap May 11, 2018
 
Conferences
WAX(WAX) Crypto Games Conference May 11, 2018
Telcoin(TEL) The Wipro Conference May 11, 2018
IOTA(MIOTA) Chicago Connectory May 11, 2018 9:00 AM - 5:59 PM
WePower(WPR) WePower Community AMA May 11, 2018 9:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Chainium(CHX) Chainium Community AMA May 11, 2018 11:30 AM - 11:59 PM
Loopring(LRC) Loopring Community AMA May 11, 2018 1:30 PM - 11:59 PM
Nexus(NXS) Nexus At Conference May 12, 2018
 
Air Drops
Electroneum(ETN) ETNX Airdrop May 11, 2018
Cappasity(CAPP) Cappasity (CAPP) Bonus Airdrop May 12, 2018
 
Software/Platforms
Substratum(SUB) NODE Open Beta May 11, 2018
Credits(CS) Beta Testing Begins May 11, 2018
CryptoInsight(TKR) Crypto Tax App May 12, 2018
Signal Token(SIG) Signal Marketplace Launch May 12, 2018
 
Meetups
SmartCash(SMART) Crypto Salon May 12, 2018
Delphy(DPY) Delphy Hangzhou Meetup, China May 12, 2018
Elastos(ELA) NYC Elastos Blockchain Meetup May 12, 2018
 
Partnerships
Block Array(ARY) Business Partnership May 12, 2018
 
 
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Bitcoin Cash(BCH) Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Listing on Blockbid April 16, 2018
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I/O Coin(IOC) I/O Coin (IOC) New Exchange Listing April 16, 2018
BitcoinZ(BTCZ) Listing on CoinBene April 16, 2018
Unitus(UIS) Blockbid's Beta Launch April 16, 2018
Dai(DAI) Listing on Kyber Network April 16, 2018
EchoLink(EKO) Listing on LBank April 16, 2018 8:00 PM - 11:59 PM
 
Blockchains
Wanchain (WAN) - World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018
Aion(AION) World Blockchain Forum Dubai April 16, 2018 12:00 AM - April 17, 2018 11:59 PM
ZenCash(ZEN) World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018
eBoost(EBST) World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018
Bankex(BKX) Blockchain Forum Dubai April 16, 2018
Jibrel Network(JNT) World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018
Wancoin(WAN) Wanchain (WAN) - World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018
Bitcoin(BTC) Bitcoin (BTC) - Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Mscow April 17, 2018 12:00 AM - April 18, 2018 11:59 PM
Peculium(PCL) Energy Blockchain in Berlin April 17, 2018
 
General
IOTA(MIOTA) Industry 4.0 April 16, 2018
Verge(XVG) Verge Partnership April 16, 2018
Siacoin(SC) TSO Auction April 16, 2018
Request Network(REQ) Project Update April 16, 2018
Cofound.it(CFI) Crypto Asset Summit 2018 April 16, 2018
Crown(CRW) New Website April 16, 2018
SolarCoin(SLR) Actual Granting April 16, 2018
Linda(LINDA) Partnership Announcement April 16, 2018 12:00 AM - April 20, 2018 11:59 PM
Pesetacoin(PTC) Release Electrum-Peseta 3.0 April 16, 2018
DNotes(NOTE) Swap to DNotes 2.0 April 16, 2018
Rupee(RUP) Lyra2Rev2 Hard Fork April 16, 2018
Rupee(RUP) Mining Algorithm Change April 16, 2018
Rupee(RUP) Open Mining Access April 16, 2018
FujiCoin(FJC) Blockbid Beta April 16, 2018
CryptoForecast(CFT) Snapshot April 16, 2018
Monkey Project(MONK) Masternodes Launch April 16, 2018
BlazeCoin(BLZ) Bluzelle (BLZ) - Community AMA April 16, 2018
ATMCoin(ATMC) SCD Exchange Platform Launch April 16, 2018
ATMCoin(ATMC) SCD Exchange Platform Launch April 16, 2018 12:00 AM - April 17, 2018 11:59 PM
Energo(TSL) Tech Festival Berlin April 16, 2018
Everus(EVR) Product Launch Event April 16, 2018
Wi Coin(WIC) WaykiChain (WIC) - Tournament April 16, 2018
Zeepin(ZPT) Beta Test April 16, 2018
IHT Real Estate Protocol(IHT) Winners Announcement April 16, 2018
Sether(SETH) SETHER 1.0 April 16, 2018
Interplanetary Broadcast Coin(IPBC) Change to PoW Algorithm April 16, 2018
Graft(GRFT) Update April 16, 2018
Wancoin(WAN) Project Announcements April 16, 2018
Peculium(PCL) Crypto 42 Token Investment Summit 2018 April 16, 2018
Digital Money Bits(DMB) Swap End Date April 16, 2018 6:00 AM - 11:59 PM
IOTA(MIOTA) BlocNATION April 17, 2018
NEO(NEO) Neo Europe Tour - Lisbon April 17, 2018
RChain(RHOC) Developer Retreat April 17, 2018 12:00 AM - April 18, 2018 11:59 PM
Cindicator(CND) Alchemist Money Summit April 17, 2018 12:00 AM - April 19, 2018 11:59 PM
Cindicator(CND) Cindicator (CND) Nordic IOT Week April 17, 2018
I/O Coin(IOC) Stealth Addresses Launch April 17, 2018
OneRoot Network(RNT) New Logo April 17, 2018
Ethorse(HORSE) Mainnet Launch April 17, 2018
Huobi Token(HT) London Event April 17, 2018
THEKEY(TKY) MaxiBlock Global 2018 April 17, 2018
Legolas Exchange(LGO) Meet and Greet April 17, 2018
IHT Real Estate Protocol(IHT) IHT Real Estate Protocol Community AMA April 17, 2018 1:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Chronologic(DAY) News Webinar: Tuesday 17 April 17, 2018 1:00 PM - 11:59 PM
 
Meetups
NEO(NEO) Lisbon Meetup & Workshop April 16, 2018
Delphy(DPY) Austin Local Meetup April 16, 2018
OriginTrail(TRAC) Meet & Greet San Francisco April 16, 2018
Loopring(LRC) Massachusetts Institute of Technology Visit April 17, 2018
Gladius Token(GLA) Geneva Meetup April 17, 2018
 
Air Drops
Bitcore(BTX) 8% Airdrop April 16, 2018
AidCoin(AID) 5% Airdrop April 16, 2018
Lendroid Support Token(LST) OmiseGO Airdrop for LST Holders April 17, 2018
 
Software/Platforms
Monkey Project(MONK) Masternodes Launch April 16, 2018 12:00 AM - April 17, 2018 11:59 PM
Safe Exchange Coin(SAFEX) Safex Wallet v6 April 16, 2018
Safe Exchange Coin(SAFEX) Safex Wallet v6 April 16, 2018
Octanox(OTX) OTXPay Beta Version April 16, 2018 5:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Ormeus Coin(ORME) Wallet Release April 17, 2018
 
ICO/Pre-Sales
Veros(VRS) Swap Tokens April 16, 2018 12:00 AM - April 21, 2018 11:59 PM
Komodo(KMD) BlocNATION Token Sale April 17, 2018
ICOS(ICOS) Swap April 17, 2018
 
Conferences
Crown(CRW) Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Mscow Partner April 17, 2018 12:00 AM - April 18, 2018 11:59 PM
Delphy(DPY) Global Inclusive Blockchain Conference April 17, 2018
Pundi X [NEW](NPXS) GIBC Singapore April 17, 2018 12:00 AM - April 18, 2018 11:59 PM
Sentinel Chain(SENC) SUSS Blockchain Conference April 17, 2018 12:00 AM - April 18, 2018 11:59 PM
Pundi X(PXS) Global Inclusive Blockchain Conference April 17, 2018 8:30 AM - April 18, 2018 7:00 PM
 
 
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CDX Innovation Summit May 11, 2018
Monero(XMR) Blockchain Frontier Innovation May 11, 2018
DigiByte(DGB) Digi-ID May 11, 2018
Bitcoin Blockchain Fair May 12, 2018
Bitcoin(BTC) Bitcoin (BTC) Bitcoin Blockchain Fair May 12, 2018
 
General
Frontier Innovation Award May 11, 2018
NEM(XEM) NEM101 in München 3 May 11, 2018
ETHLend(LEND) Ethereal NY May 11, 2018 12:00 AM - May 12, 2018 11:59 PM
Enjin Coin(ENJ) Unite Beijing May 11, 2018
Capricoin(CPC) CPChain Essay Award May 11, 2018
Block Array(ARY) Membership Service Authority DAPP May 11, 2018
Live Stars(LIVE) Company Registration May 11, 2018
Hydrogen(HYDRO) Hydrogen Community AMA May 11, 2018 12:00 PM - 11:59 PM
Genesis Vision(GVT) Youtube Live Stream with CEO May 11, 2018 3:00 PM - 11:59 PM
Bitmora Exchange May 12, 2018
Veros(VRS) Telegram Campaign May 12, 2018
Cashaa(CAS) Satoshi Summit May 12, 2018
 
Exchanges
Bitcoin(BTC) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Ethereum(ETH) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Litecoin(LTC) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Stellar(XLM) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
TRON(TRX) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
NEO(NEO) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
EOS(EOS) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Qtum(QTUM) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Ethereum Classic(ETC) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
OmiseGO(OMG) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Populous(PPT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Status(SNT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Ardor(ARDR) Coinbit Listing May 11, 2018
Dentacoin(DCN) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Waves(WAVES) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
VeChain(VEN) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Augur(REP) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Dent(DENT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
0x(ZRX) Coinbit Listings May 11, 2018
Golem(GNT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
SALT(SALT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
FunFair(FUN) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Kin(KIN) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Ethos(ETHOS) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Kyber Network(KNC) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
QASH(QASH) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Request Network(REQ) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Aion(AION) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Power Ledger(POWR) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
aelf(ELF) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Bytom(BTM) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Nxt(NXT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Enigma(ENG) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
ChainLink(LINK) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
TenX(PAY) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Bancor(BNT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Achain(ACT) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
EncrypGen(DNA) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Stox(STX) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
SixEleven(611) Delisting from C-CEX May 11, 2018
CryptoEscudo(CESC) Delisting from C-CEX May 11, 2018
Nebulas(NAS) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Ignis(IGNIS) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Maker(MKR) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
IOStoken(IOST) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
Zilliqa(ZIL) Listing on Coinbit May 11, 2018
XinFin Network(XDCE) Listing on TopBTC May 11, 2018
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BTC4Free compromised or scammers; beware. Just letting everybody know.

So I use unique email addresses for every company/website that wants my "email address". I do this for a couple of reasons, but mostly, its so that things like this are evident.
Today, I received an email to the email address I registered with btc4free.com. No I've never spent any significant time on that site, but at one point or another, it did at least get my curiosity. The contents of the email are available here, (my name is not David.) link.
The email address in question has never been used on the internet, ever, except for btc4free.com registration. I would say it was a dictionary attack, but it being a bitcoin related email (and not dick-pill spam), this appears deliberate.
Conclusion: BTC4Free.com has had their user database compromised at the least, or are actively attempting to scam people at worst.
For the ones interested, here's the full details.
Analysis:
The email originated from 54.240.9.9, an Amazon EC2 IP.
The first link, which appears to be a link to blockchain, is in fact a link to some site called "campaignbird.com", which simply appears to be a mechanism to verify your email address for furthur fishing attempts. It eventually redirects you to the appropriate blockchain.info page. Deeper inspection was quite interesting.
Campaignbird.com looksup to 23.21.218.238, an Amazon EC2 vm. It appears to listen only on ports 80 and 443, though admittedly I did not do a full portscan. I should metion that it did not answer SSH connections.
What's more interesting is that it NMAP fingerprints to :
Running (JUST GUESSING) : Crestron 2-Series (87%) Aggressive OS guesses: Crestron XPanel control system (87%) 
So it appears to be some sort of embedded OS being tested in the cloud that has either been compromised...or any number of other guesses.
Campaignbird.com was registered through mydomain-inc.com, a reseller for domain.com. It is protected by definately-a-fucking-scammer-protection whois privacy protection.
The second link links to a file Backup.zip, which contains the following files:
I have not investigated thehelixexchange.com.hk, or any other information contained in the headers.
Should there be any interest, I will make the files available to anybody who wants them. They are downloadable from the links in the email.
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[Table] IAMA Malware Developer. AMAA

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Date: 2012-04-12
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Have you ever been infected with malware, if so, how did you react? What should one do to avoid getting malware? Haha yeah I have been infected a few times, it is frusterating but most antivirus softwares do the trick unless you are infected with some undetectable malware. I always check hijack this and my outgoing connections a few times a week to make sure nothing suspicious is going on. To not get malware my best advise would be to not download cracked programs through torrents or warez sites. These are popular ways to spread malware. If you want to use pirated software run a keygen through sandboxie and use the legit installer. To avoid script exploits I recommend using a script blocking plugin such as noscripts for chrome or NoScript for firefox. Many ads are becoming ways to spread malware, you have to always be on the lookout.
How long does it take you to create the things you do? How did you learn to do it? How "good" are you at what you do and how long would it take, for instance, me (with no experience in programing whatsoever) to be at your level of goodness? It takes me about 1 month to create something from scratch that is of good quality. I learned it by teaching myself and looking at sources. It depends on how dedicated and of course how smart you are, but if you are intelligent you could probably learn in a year or two.
What's your testing process like - do you write unit tests? Do you test in various VMs and configurations to make sure it works? Do you have other developers to review your work? As far as the testing process goes, I test on 32 bit and 64 bit systems from xp to windows 7 to make sure all the functions work. Most of my programs are very different to each other, sometimes I make it hide in other running programs, sometimes it just sits in the open but is difficult to remove.
What are the most common, functional requirements that you apply to any malware (for example, must not show up in task manager)? What are the most common features that attract buyers for your products? What's the most common 'entry point' for an exploit of yours? (Examples: user downloads a crack, or user leaves firewall disabled, or user clicks on a link, or user connected to unsecure wifi)? People generally buy my product for stability and long lasting undetection so that it takes a while before most people realize they are infected. There are other features that are less important because they are found in many common malware programs.
What do you tell people you do for work in order to avoid being punched in the throat if you told them the truth? I just tell them I sell crack.
Can you, like, please stop? For you, thatgamerguy, anything.
Is it true that Macs are mostly safe from stuff like this? Macs and *nix systems are mostly safe because they aren't as widely used as windows, although they have just as many security flaws.
Can you speak to the programmers in the crowd as to what methodologies and strategies you use? As a c/c++ programmer of many years myself, I'm curious how you do what you do. How did you learn? Where might others learn? This fascinates me. For making things hard to delete my current method is to inject code into every process and hook the apis to delete and end processes. This prevents it from being deleted. If someone does manage to bypass the hook the injected code will just rewrite the malware to the disk. As far as networking, all you need to know is reverse socket connections with TCP. Check opensc.ws for more info about this stuff. That is the best site to learn at right now imo.
So, most redditors are very well informed with the internet/torrents/coding/engineering/blah blah blah/kittehs. Do you think your malware has infected anyone on this site? To expand, do you think the use of your malware is essentially easily avoidable to those who understand the internet gods? Could you explain any reasoning you could think of for why others would buy then implement your malware? And last but not least: ARE YOU MAGICALLY INFECTING MY COMPUTER RIGHT NOW?? WIZARD PROGRAMMER. Well I can't say for certain but probably it has infected people on this site purely because its so big. My job isn't to make it easy to infect people, just easy to hide on the computer. So if someone has some good exploits and can make the malware undetected then it is hard to know for certain if you are infected or not.
Mystic being of untold dark force, how might we convince you to use your powers for good? After I graduate I plan on work for a computer security company. As a college student I can't do much now.
Would you tell the security company that you used to develop malware? Lol nope.
How much money do the people make that buy your software? What prevents people from uploading your software to torrent sites or reselling it? My software generally has anti-crack protection on it so I can license it to a specific computer. People that use my software make varying amounts depending on what they use it for. I talked to someone that uses it to mine bitcoins with 50-100k bots, he makes about 20k a month.
Why do people pay so much to mess up other people's computers? I really don't know much about malware other then that it is bad... Did you get put on an FBI watch list or did they follow you around in a dark van? The people that buy my software make much more money from using it than I do selling it.
If your programs are supposed to work as part of a bigger whole, is there some sort of standard architecture your program specifically works under? Are the methods and ways of calling those methods meet some hacker standard, or do you publish an API with your script and just assume whoever uses your stuff is tech savvy enough to figure out everything they need to know? Could they easily read your code to see what you're doing or do you only send a binary/executable? Have you been surprised by any aspects of the industry you're taking part in? Does one segment seem a lot larger than you anticipated or did you come across a particular hacking technique you thought was rather interesting/inventive? I'm thinking on the level of channeling all the fractional pennies lost on rapid transactions to a bank account as being an interesting tactic... Do you individually sell/commission your programs or is there an equivalent to Amazon for such code? Where do you go to read news? I am sort of confused on this question. I am always surprised when people release good sophisticated malware which uses new methods to hide itself from the computer user. I never expected there would be such a huge supply of script kiddies who will buy software and barely know how to use it, only to hit someone offline on xbox live or something. I generally have someone else do the selling and finishing touches on my programs. I split some money with him.
Thanks for doing this AMA. Fuck all of the judgmental redditors. People don't offer to do IAMA's so that they can get bitched at by people on the internet. IAMA's are intended to give you an insight to a lifestyle that is not your own, so don't judge him for his choices. What OS do you do most of your programming on? When you're not programming, what OS do you use. What form of currency do you typically accept? Bitcoin? Do you use any recreational drugs? If so, do you obtain any of your drugs online? I use windows 7 64-bit to program on, and also use it for just regular usage. I accept bitcoins, Liberty Reserve, and Webmoney. I have done a lot of drugs but mainly I smoke bud, drop acid and do painkillers. I assume you are asking because of sites like silkroad? I have ordered off silkroad once but I get the same quality bud from my dealer so i didn't go back.
I have used the Silkroad, but I'm a member of a couple of private forums that give me access to much better stuff for cheaper. Do you use PGP encryption when communicating with your customers? My business partner actually is the one who dealers with the customers, but he does use it.
Got it. As long as you get paid, you could give a shit about the problems you cause for people. So, have you been a sociopath all your life or is this more recent? Well really I am not directly causing a problem to anyone because I don't use my own software. If I wasn't doing it someone else would just step in. Besides my programs don't steal credit card information and the like so the only real damage would be adware and posible dos attacks originating from your computer.
So you sort of make the bomb and let other people detonate it? So then its not your fault? Not trying to be accusatory, just wondering. Yeah and by that logic the people that sell others guns are just as involved as the people that use guns to kill people. I know what I am doing is technically morally wrong, and I will stop within a few months once I can find a job again.
Ever considered joining the good side? Getting a job at a anitivirus firm and using your knowledge about making malware to create software to prevent it? I would imagine that a knowledge like yours would be very useful for a antivirus software firm :) I plan on getting into computer security. As a college student coding malware is really one of the only ways I can make good money programming.
How "good" is your work? Will an anti-virus like achieve stop you? How wide spread is it. No, most of my programs are completely undetected until I stop making updates to it.
I'd ask for proof, but then I think that'd be a really silly thing to do. Have you written malware that functions on Linux? Besides the not stealing credit card information, what are your other ethical lines? I don't actually use my own software so I guess if that counts as an ethical line... I don't write malware for anything besides windows as its the most used operating system. If more people used mac and linux there would be as many viruses for those as there are for windows.
Have you ever been infected with your own malware? Yeah when I was testing without a VM (stupidly). Luckily I know how to remove programs I write myself...
, thank you for doing this AMA. Secondly, for most us out there who have loaded out with AV software and things like NoScript and Adblocker and such tell me, what behaviors or kinds of outgoing connections should we look for on our routers or scanners that might indicate infection? Its better to look at the process thats sending the outgoing connection, if its located in something like application data and has a startup entry, its probably malware.
Could you give me some examples on how to check this? I am always trying to expand my knowledge of these matters. Well the best way I know how to do it is with code, if you are interested in that I could send it to you. Otherwise use wireshark and process explorer or something.
Is the Free Anti-Virus/Spywear called AVG actually any good? Or do Malware programmers know that ALOT of people all over the world have it so create the malware so AVG etc will not discover it? Cheers. Most people create malware to make it undetected. Unless something is in the wild for a while most AVs will not detect it if its professionally coded.
As far as providing, I'm not necessarily sure how the law would work there. I can say with decent certainty that you're breaking tax laws though, I strongly doubt you're claiming your sales as income. That being said, I don't think you're scum. I was in the same place as you when I was a kid, and I did it solely because I wanted to say I could. It was less about causing harm and more about trying to learn. It just so happens that things like malware, especially that which allows remote intrusion, is very interesting. I was also heavily involved in the piracy scene, and major busts in 2001-2002 caused me to back out of it entirely. You mention the FBI, any reason why that didn't "scare you straight" so to speak? They only wanted information on an aquantince, I didn't give anything out and lawyered up. It did scare me long enough to stop for a year and pick a new nickname online to go by and also buy some vpns to gain some extra anonymity online. I don't think people that don't understand technology much truly get why it would be interesting to do stuff like this. Learning how to do it is a huge part, selling it is only secondary.
Do dark side developers these days ever just fuck around and make malware that wipes hard drives and stuff for fun? Not since the early 90's have I come across a story of anyone's hard drive getting wiped due to a virus etc. Most people are just focused on the money now. Also the new windows operatings systems have much better security so you can't easily get the rights to wipe a drive anyway.
I've made a virus in college when we were studying the Network Security topic. The professor of course didn't want to try it but asked me to explain exactly what I did. Anyway, one of the girls in my class asked for the code to duplicate it, modify it a little and claim she did the homework as well. So I gave her the source code as a help and when she "Run" it in on her machine it ruined many applications. Question to OP, do you have any similar stories like this? TL;DR: my college friend was screwed by my virus, OP do you have similar stories? Haha when I first started writing code in windows xp i fucked up my friends computer enough to force him to reformat.
How long does the process of scripting, and then finding people to sell to take? I would imagine this kind of thing takes many hours if not days, and what kind of skills do you need to have to be a malware developer such as yourself? I answered this before, but usually about a month for something of high quality. Depends on how much time I spend on it though. To develop malware you need to be an experienced coder, with knowlege of windows apis, memory manipulation, and networking.
Do you write polymorphic code ? I do not write polymorphic code because it would take much longer to develop.
What other hiding techniques do you know/apply other then encryption ? By hiding what do you mean? Injecting into memory is a popular way to hide running applications.
How many lines of code is a typical malware program from you? 5000-10000.
Is the malware all selfcontained or do you use 3rd party libraries? I don't use 3rd party libraries to cut down on exe size.
What's your largest botnet? How many bots? Which software would you use for monitoring incoming/outgoing port data? What languages do you code in? Which do you recommend learning for the future? No problem. I haven't run a botnet in over 3 years, but i had one of 10k at a time. There are many good vpns, nvpn, vip72 etc, just find one that doesn't log. Use wireshark or commview to monitor connections and processes. The use process explorer to look at the suspicious process. I code in C/C++ now, I started with Delphi but you could start with Java or anything really.
Do you feel a slight guilt from making your money via questionable sources? And how have you not been tracked down? Sort of I guess, i do feel a little bad that people use my software to infect other peoples computers, but it is not directly meant to harm the computer and steal information. I haven't been tracked down because I do my best to remain anonymous online through either a vpn or proxy.
You're being asked to zombify Linux desktops. What is your point of entry and how do you make it stick around? I am not expert on Linux, but the best way I suppose would be via an exploit. Once you have root control you could install a rootkit.
Hello there, nice AMA ! :-) 1. You said how much money you get per program already, but is that price fixed, or depends from the abilities of the program each time ? 2. Do you get follow-up money for the updates, or when you sell the product you don't touch it again ? 3. What do you consider as your ? Is there anything you have done and leaves you with a big-fat smile on your face every time you are thinking of it, and say "damn, I'm awesome." ? Well it depends on the abilities of the program and how much time I put into it. I do make some money from updates but usually most of the money is made within the first month. My best work was a P2P Bot which I modeled after khamedlia p2p protocol. I never sold this but I was pretty happy I figured out how to do it.
Can you talk about yourself in the real life? Do you meet the image of a computer hackemalware developer(like a neckbeard), or are you socially adept and have friends? How do you handle transactions? Like, how do you not get scammed by people buying malware? I am not socially akward, I have somewhat of a social life and have a good amount of friends. I work with a friend who handles all the transactions and also does some programming work, I get paid through him. The software can be disabled when people scam.
How do disable it.Does the binary listen to for constant external connection so if people scam you,disable it and please PM me the links. It checks through a database to see if its a verified user or not. What do you want me to PM you?
Any reason why not Bitcoins? Not really, its just a preference thing.
You make about 30K USD per program? And it takes you about a month to write a program? How many buyers do you get per program? Is this like 1K licensing fee for each of 30 customers, or more like $100 for each of 300 customers? Its more like $100 each for 300 customers.
If I sit down to a computer that is likely infected (ie run by a noob who downloads everything and has six toolbars on IE) should I assume that it is unsafe to type any passwords, etc on it? I wouldn't recommend using an infected computer at all, there is no way of knowing what type(s) of malware is installed on that system.
I bet those paid virus protection guys(like norton etc) knock on ur door to make a malware thingy, and the give them the "cure" so they can be the fastest with an update against it?! This doesn't happen as far as I know.
Do you feel any guilt that you do something that adds no value to society? I mean, a crack dealer at least provides a service to people... They get high. How is getting a high a value to soceity?
THAT EXPLAINS EVERYTHING. LET ME GUESS YOU EAT BABIES TOO? Only toasted ones.
Are you independent -- not employed by or affiliated with some larger organization? Aren't you more afraid of your customers and competitors than of law enforcement? Do you use anonymity tech such as Tor or VPN to protect yourself from all of the above? Yes, I use a vpn constantly.
When you sell malware, are you selling the source code, or just the tools to deploy/control it? Just the compiled binaries.
So basically you make malware so companies make and sell softwares to protect against new ones and is a never ending but profitable cycle? Pretty much, not that it justifies using malware but it is true that anti-virus companies probably profit more than I do.
How do you sleep at night? With a temper pedic
"Don't bother calling me a scumbag because I geniunely don't care." There you have it, why the world is a mess. I didn't make a thead so people could call me morally corrupt. When I say I don't care, I meant that I don't care if you call me a scumbag or not. I do feel bad for the people that get infected with my malware, but it really does not cause that much harm to the computer. It is up to the person who installs it whether he steals information or damages the computer or not.
I'll tell you point 1: Delphi, because every lamescriptkiddieforums have tutorials on writing uberundetectablesupertrojan. In delphi, of course. Actually thats right, I started with Delphi because it was easy to learn with, but moved to C/C++ later.
Bots are the easiest to code, but it takes time depending on the amount of features and undetectability.
Reverse connection is just an easy way to control bots, bots connect back to a master client which can issue commands. I don't program bots like this anymore, but many people still buy this kind of stuff.
I get paid via wmz and LR which I can then transfer to my own bank account if I want.
I use chrome and my desktop wallpaper is just a bunch of rainbow colored smoke lol.
Reddit has this fail safe the if you type in your social security number it only displays asterisks. It does the same for email. Watch: ***-**-****, ******@**********.com. Heres my cell phone number: 202-456-1414.
I got into it from the cheating scene in video games. I just thought this sort of stuff was very interesting, it took me a while before I started selling it, I used to give it all out for free. I will PM you a few sites I don't want to post here. People asking for a site, try opensc.ws.
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