Chris Troutner

Joined Aug 29, 2018

Senior JavaScript Developer at, Founder of Permissionless Software Foundation - - open source incentivized with tokens.


Legacy Address: 1NpYaazpQ26KrMTeFf66zVKy6x9KzcLgTA
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Can Americans get into Venezuela? From what I've heard they can't.
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With time they will. pre-consensus is far from production, but it'll get there.
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With time they will. pre-consensus is far from production, but it'll get there.
I'm excited to launch A portable hard-drive with the BCH blockchain and several indexers pre-synced. Everything to run and BITBOX locally. Telegram channel:
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Pre-consenus with Avalanch will accomplish what you want. Secure zero-conf transactions will remove the issues with waiting for long one-conf.
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I've also been giving my nieces and nephews BCH as gifts. Oldest is 5. They can hopefully buy their first car with it.
Ok. Second try. I'm posting this tweet to, it should automatically post to my account on Twitter. "Can you hear me now?"
#dailymemo trying out the new to Twitter integration that links my accounts. Is this showing up on Twitter???
#dailymemo Just added paper wallet and 'sweep' functionality to bch-cli-wallet using #BITBOX #JavaScript library:
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Hey, is funded somehow? I'm wondering if you'd be interested in a token like to fund help from open source developers. Check out the biz plan. Interested? Contact me.
#dailymemo did you notice now has a DEX for SLP tokens?
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This aged well.
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Same as twitter, but uncensorable.
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I'm an American. I'd love to move to Venezuela and work and live from there for a while. I imagine I could live like a king there, and feel good about helping stimulate the economy.
I wanted to help someone in #Venezuela. I'm tutoring a novice #JavaScript developer as he writes #opensource software. We don't have to consider what governments or banks think about it
Is this of interest to you? What are your thoughts? Interested in feedback from the BCH community.

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This might be your logical mistake: there is no 'known address'. CashShuffle is based on HD wallets that generate billions of addresses. No reused addresses. No circles in the graph.
Really inspiring and educational:
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'Mixing' algorithms are typically not disclosed and do fail in chain analysis. CoinShuffle and UTXO conslidation are not 'mixing', and thus not vulnerable to chain analysis.
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The link you posted is a court case. I'd love to reach some technical data on how 'unmixing' happens. Chain analysis, mixing, coinjoin, and utxo consolidation are all different things.
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But don't take my word for it. It's all open source. Anyone can verify just how anonymous it is.
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I'm also an engineer, and I've gone through the whitepaper and code that makes up this protocol. I can assure you, it is pretty anonymous. There are more, better ways, but it works.
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This protocol has been put together by some of the smartest people I've ever interacted with. If you have specific, technical, example of how this is not anonymous, please point it out
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It's p2p and trustless. Here is a summary video of the protocol that @CoinSpice just released:

For digital money to work like 'cash', it needs to be as anonymous as cash. Bitcoin Cash is now. Here's how: