The Beginner's Guide to Bitcoins & Tor Network - Hongkiat

TochkaMarket_

Tochka Market is an escrow marketplace on the Tor Network, accepting Bitcoin and Monero as a payment method .
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TochkaFreeMarket_

TochkaFreeMarket is an escrow marketplace on the Tor Network, accepting Bitcoin and Monero as a payment method .
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Online privacy, anonynmyity, encryption and freedom of speech with an NZ focus

A subreddit for New Zealand Redditors to discuss issues surrounding online privacy, anonymity and related issues. Discussion topics can include anything from protecting your privacy online to surfing anonymously, freedom of speech, anti-censorship, encrypted communications, information sharing, government/corporate leaks, hacking. Hopefully we can have a few tutorials about how to remain anonymous online and communicate anonymously. Illegal activities may be discussed, throwaways are encouraged.
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Bitcoin Users Leery of Tor: 23% of the Network’s Exit Capacity Compromised

Bitcoin Users Leery of Tor: 23% of the Network’s Exit Capacity Compromised submitted by JonyRotten to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Users Leery of Tor: 23% of the Network’s Exit Capacity Compromised

Bitcoin Users Leery of Tor: 23% of the Network’s Exit Capacity Compromised submitted by Ranzware to BitNewsLive [link] [comments]

Tor Network Compromised by Single Hacker Stealing Users' Bitcoin: Report - CoinDesk (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Tor Network Compromised by Single Hacker Stealing Users' Bitcoin: Report - CoinDesk (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Tor Network Compromised by Single Hacker Stealing Users' Bitcoin: Report - CoinDesk (x-post from /r/cryptocurrency)

Tor Network Compromised by Single Hacker Stealing Users' Bitcoin: Report - CoinDesk (x-post from /cryptocurrency) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Getting Started with BitCoin on Tor Network

Hi
I have been using and browsing around Tor recently and it is very clear that the literal coin of the realm. My question and request for help are:
How and where do I buy BitCoin to use on Tor
How do I create a "digital wallet" so it can be used on Tor
How do I gain access to my newly bought bit coin once I want to spend it on the Tor network
Any advice, posts, wikis, videos, etc. would be so useful because I am totally lost and have no idea how to do this at this point.
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Blockchair's Bitcoin explorer is now available on the Tor network! The hidden service works without JS and third-party trackers.

Blockchair's Bitcoin explorer is now available on the Tor network! The hidden service works without JS and third-party trackers. submitted by blockchair to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Onion.live PGP verification tool allows you to verify PGP messages, Bitcoin, .onion addresses without any PGP knowledge! Safely verify many hidden services on the TOR network.

Onion.live PGP verification tool allows you to verify PGP messages, Bitcoin, .onion addresses without any PGP knowledge! Safely verify many hidden services on the TOR network. submitted by OnionDotLive to deepweb [link] [comments]

Blockchair's Bitcoin explorer is now available on the Tor network! The hidden service works without JS and third-party trackers.

After supporting block explorers for privacy coins, such as Dash and Monero, Blockchair is now available on the Tor network. The website works without JavaScript and third-party trackers to protect user’s privacy in the best possible way. From now on, users can enjoy an extra layer of security while searching for data stored in blockchains.
Blockchair follows a strict privacy policy and only collects anonymous aggregated data that allows improving the website features. They specifically state not to be using CDN providers (including those used to distribute JavaScript libraries and styles), third-party web analytics tools, hit counters, cookies that can be used to identify users and other third-party site elements. When users leave the website, their browser won’t send HTTP referer headers. This means that users can navigate to other sites without their browsing activity being traced by those sites.
Ordinarily, a cryptocurrency address page is only visited by the address owner, while the transaction page is visited by the transacting parties. Therefore, it would be easy for a third party to make up a profile of the user and his approximate crypto holdings, based on the visited URLs. If such information becomes public knowledge, those users are likely to be targeted by cybercriminals. Users of Blockchair do not run this risk.
Blockchair provides explorers for 13 different blockchains in a privacy concerning manner. For the onion v3 version, users can use blkchairbknpn73cfjhevhla7rkp4ed5gg2knctvv7it4lioy22defid.onion and for the legacy version blockchairt5d4pj.onion. The Tor domain addresses can be verified in the footer of the regular website in the ‘Crypto-anarchist corner’.
About the Tor network
Tor is free and open-source software that enables anonymous communication by directing internet traffic through a free worldwide volunteer overlay network that consists of more than 7000 relays to conceal a user’s location and usage from anyone conducting network surveillance or traffic analysis. Tor's intended use is to protect the personal privacy of its users, as well as their freedom and ability to conduct confidential communication by keeping their internet activities unmonitored.
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Blockchair's Bitcoin explorer is now available on the Tor network! The hidden service works without JS and third-party trackers.

Blockchair's Bitcoin explorer is now available on the Tor network! The hidden service works without JS and third-party trackers. submitted by blockchair to btc [link] [comments]

Would quantum computers end encryption? Or just create their own new unbreakable standards?

Recently I've gotten curious about things like Bitcoins and the Tor network which all depend on encryption. I've read that the first successful quantum computer will essentially make any traditional encryption standard obsolete.
So my question is this: would a quantum computer destroy bitcoins, TOR network, etc. for good? Or would all these systems just move over to a quantum-based encryption which I assume might be impossible to break?
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HOWTO: Run a Full Bitcoin Node + Armory

Estimated total time: Up to 2 hours, not including blockchain downloading.
You can install this on a VPS, a spare PC, or on your own PC. You can install it in Virtualbox on your own PC, or into Windows. If you just want to try it out, I recommend installing in Virtualbox.
  1. Download and install Virtualbox from (https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads), and download an Ubuntu 14.04 64bit Desktop ISO from http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop, and follow the guide here (I recommend 2GB of RAM, 3GB if you can spare it): http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/virtualbox . It's a little outdated but close enough that things are the same.  
  2. After installing Ubuntu in Virtualbox, to make it fullscreen you will need Guest Additions. Run these commands by clicking on the swirl icon top right, typing ter and opening Terminal: sudo apt-get install build-essentials module-assistant and then sudo m-a prepare Before selecting Devices > Insert Guest Additions CD image, telling Ubuntu to install them, and shutting down. //Thanks go to http://www.binarytides.com/vbox-guest-additions-ubuntu-14-04 for those instructions.//  
  3. Next I went into the Virtual Machines settings and changed Network Adapter 1 to be "Attached to Bridged Network" instead of "Attached to NAT".  
  4. After booting the machine back up, I followed the steps here: https://bitcoin.org/en/full-node/#linux-instructions And installed both bitcoin-qt and bitcoind. Skip over the parts where you edit bitcoin-qt's settings to start at boot, or edit cron to start bitcoind at boot, since this will interfere with using armory.  
  5. Next I followed the instructions here to install Armory: http://bitzuma.com/posts/offline-installation-of-armory-on-tails-and-ubuntu-linux/ The reason I used these instructions was because I was having difficulty getting Armory to install (online or offline) on Ubuntu 14.04. Might just be me.  
  6. I then started up Armory in Offline Mode by clicking on the swirl icon top left and typing Armory. In the program, after clicking Skip, I scrolled down slightly, clicked on Download Bitcoin, Download, and agreed to let it do whatever it wanted to; (which was download and install Satoshi).  
  7. I then closed Armory Offline and opened Armory, which began downloading the blockchain from a torrent. I then went into File > Settings (top left of your screen, near the swirl; menu options will appear once the mouse hits that taskbar) and personally chose to Disable OS and version reporting. There is a setting here for "Enable settings for proxies/Tor" but I haven't ticked it yet, since I haven't set Tor up.  
  8. Follow the instructions here to set up port forwarding so your node is reachable, and to test this: https://bitcoin.org/en/full-node#network-configuration  
Next:
If I want to broadcast transactions over Tor, but not receive incoming connections over Tor, is that a problem for the health of the Bitcoin Tor network? Or will those transactions be broadcast out to "clearnet" nodes, as opposed to hidden ones?
Thanks to all writers of articles referenced here for your help.
By the way, even if you don't want to run a bitcoin node full time, I've read that running one even 6 hours a day is useful. These are instructions for ubuntu but you can also run it from Windows on the same machine you work on (I don't know about privacy implications). Perhaps someone should write an article about running a bitcoin node on your PC at work!
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Blockchair's Bitcoin explorer is now available on the Tor network! The hidden service works without JS and third-party trackers.

Blockchair's Bitcoin explorer is now available on the Tor network! The hidden service works without JS and third-party trackers. submitted by blockchair to bitcoin_uncensored [link] [comments]

TOR Project is about to drop Bitpay for Bitcoin donations, considers Lightning Network.

TOR Project is about to drop Bitpay for Bitcoin donations, considers Lightning Network. submitted by alexk111 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Blockchair's Bitcoin explorer is now available on the Tor network! The hidden service works without JS and third-party trackers.

Blockchair's Bitcoin explorer is now available on the Tor network! The hidden service works without JS and third-party trackers. submitted by blockchair to BitcoinCA [link] [comments]

Blockchair's Bitcoin SV explorer is now available on the Tor network! The hidden service works without JS and third-party trackers.

Blockchair's Bitcoin SV explorer is now available on the Tor network! The hidden service works without JS and third-party trackers. submitted by blockchair to bitcoincashSV [link] [comments]

Blockchair's Bitcoin Cash explorer is now available on the Tor network! The hidden service works without JS and third-party trackers.

Blockchair's Bitcoin Cash explorer is now available on the Tor network! The hidden service works without JS and third-party trackers. submitted by blockchair to bitcoin_cash [link] [comments]

Anonymity Remains Key for Bitcoin Users as Tor Network Tops in Number of Public BTC Nodes

Anonymity Remains Key for Bitcoin Users as Tor Network Tops in Number of Public BTC Nodes submitted by ThrillerPodcast to thrillerpodcast [link] [comments]

Tor Project Now Accepts Bitcoin Over Lightning Network

Tor Project Now Accepts Bitcoin Over Lightning Network submitted by castorfromtheva to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Anonymity Remains Key for Bitcoin Users as Tor Network Tops in Number of Public BTC Nodes

Anonymity Remains Key for Bitcoin Users as Tor Network Tops in Number of Public BTC Nodes submitted by cryptolobe to cryptolobe [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Nodes Go Anonymous Thanks To The TOR Network

Bitcoin Nodes Go Anonymous Thanks To The TOR Network submitted by ThrillerPodcast to thrillerpodcast [link] [comments]

Bitcoin nodes go ultra private thanks to tor network

Bitcoin nodes go ultra private thanks to tor network submitted by Bitsento to u/Bitsento [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Nodes Go Ultra Private Thanks to TOR Network - Bitcoinist.com

Bitcoin Nodes Go Ultra Private Thanks to TOR Network https://upload.news/33z5ha
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Bitcoin's Lightning Network, Simply Explained! - YouTube Bitcoin Core + TOR - FAQ DARKNET Funktion & send save BTC 4NOOB 2017 sk2eu ✔✔✔ Tor As Fast As Possible - YouTube 15. Bitcoin over Tor Bitcoin Network - YouTube

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Bitcoin's Lightning Network, Simply Explained! - YouTube

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