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Bitmessage

Bitmessage is a P2P communications protocol used to send encrypted messages to another person or to many subscribers. It is decentralized and trustless, meaning that you need-not inherently trust any entities like root certificate authorities. It also aims to hide "non-content" data, like the sender and receiver of messages, from eavesdroppers. If Bitmessage is completely new to you, you may wish to start by reading the [whitepaper](http://bitmessage.org/bitmessage.pdf).
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Decentralized Society

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Bitmarkets - Private Decentralized Marketplaces

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Decentralized Marketplace via BitMessage, Bitcoin, and BIP 0038.

Why is there not more talk about the completely unregulated, decentralized marketplace that theoretically already exist via BitMessage, BitCoin and BIP 0038?
  1. Use Bitmessage. It has a lot of features like twitter and has channels based on a Hash. I.e a hash of "MarketPlace" could exist, and people could all say what they have available for sale on that channel. (more info about BitMessage Here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_dTotavJZ8)
  2. Bitcoin passphrase-protected private key.. requiring both parties.. buyer and seller to cooperate in order to send coins and extract coins from and to one another. (more info here: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/BIP_0038)
  3. Nash Equilibrium/Game Theory: If the seller offers to sell chicken eggs for 1 BTC, the buyer has to put up 2 BTC into the BIP 38 address generated by both the seller and buyer. The seller will recieve these 2 BTC if the transaction goes well. They create another address, and the seller puts 1 BTC into the other address. The buyer will receive this 1 BTC and the chicken eggs if the transaction goes well.
If the transaction goes poorly, they have absolutely no way of profiting, and as such would not ever intentionally cost themselves money when cooperating leads to satisfying the needs and receiving profits for both individuals.
Think about it - those centralized marketplace like SilkRoad, and all the others that exist are already obsolete asides from the marketing aspect of it. We don't need 5 star rating systems and all that jazz. We just need to use situations that can't be profitable by cheating and are only profitable by cooperating.
The real problem that exists currently is that you need the seller and buyer to send bitcoins at the exact same time, I believe? Otherwise one will have no risk and the other will for a given time.
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New market! System D remembers the 5th of November...

We are proud to announce the launch of System D. System D is a security focused darknet market that accepts Bitcoin and Litcoin. Currently we support direct and escrow payment options and are working to add MultiSig. Some of the site's features include:
o No signup required to browse System D.
o No Javascript at all.
o Vendors can price goods in their local fiat currency against Bitcoin, Litecoin or both on a per listing basis.
o The site is designed to integrate new altcoins as they mature.
o Listings can have stock(or be set to unlimited), automatically marking themselves "Out of Stock" when depleted.
o Internal messaging system with PGP support.
o No listing limit.
o Advanced search and filter system.
o Our digital good system provides vendors with hosting, proper inventory control and download verification.
o The site is designed in a modular fashion to better facilitate fast scaling.
o Clearsign page allowing you to verify with PGP that you're on the authentic System D site.
o Bitmessage notification system to alert buyers and vendors of new account events. Processing of sales, purchases, deposits and withdrawls are just a few of the notifications that can be activated.
o System D is NOT built upon Bitwasp.
o MultiSig will be added shortly and WILL NOT use the Electrum plugin.
o Automatic account sweeping feature to help vendors limit risk.
o Full walkthroughs with screenshots for setting up PGP, Bitmessage, Bitcoin and Litecoin and linking them into Tor.
o A full support forum.
The site does require your account use either Bitmessage or PGP as an OTP method. Sites that use a PIN only increase the difficulty of a bruteforce attack and in no way protects your account from phishing attacks. A proper one time password mechanism like PGP or Bitmessage is the best way to secure your account. If you need help setting up OTP we have a full set of walkthroughs for Windows, Mac, Ubuntu and Android.
Official System D URL: http://systemdhigutgo2d.onion/
System D limited time offer: Upgrade to Vendor for 50% off!
Root key id: 14FBA139
Root key fingerprint: 2FB1 2795 7131 B34A 6302 01EC 74F8 05D2 14FB A139
Clearsign key id: 4D540582
Clearsign key fingerprint: 7657 E29A AEF2 BEA0 47A0 C596 8A09 7D6B 4D54 0582
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Is Bitmarkets inspired by this old post of mine? Seems insanely similiar. Did it solve the problems I am concerned with?

http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/1nmshk/decentralized_marketplace_via_bitmessage_bitcoin/
And if so - did you resolve the issues that are discussed in the comments? As I currently understand it, Bitmarkets uses a system where one buyer pays for the product, and the other puts down a security deposit - so they both have skin in the game, so to speak.
However, I don't believe that is effective enough. Say I sell something for 1 BTC, and as such, I also put in 1 BTC - so now we have a 2/2 multsig address with 2 BTC.
Let's say I'm a strategic asshole, and I now tell you; I am absolutely not going to release the funds unless I get 1.5 BTC back, and I never was actually selling a product to begin with.
What is a logical person going to do? lose an entire bitcoin, or reclaim what they can, which is 0.5 BTC?
I'd make a profit, and they'd have no choice but to either act irrationally and lose twice as much money, or cut their losses.
Sorry if I don't fully understand BitMarkets, I run debian and I am unsure how to install it? Any guides for that?
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Just starting with Bitmessage. Looking for some test chats :)

This is my address: BM-2D8BoxPzpa9QdKcsV5YSRPn6Az7U8FVoBb
Looking to chat about Bitmessage, Bitcoin, and distributed computing :)
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Bitcoin [BTC] – Bitmessage Creator Proves Craig Wright Faked Conversation with Kleinman in Court Evidence

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Bitmessage Developer: Craig Wright Faked Documents on Bitcoin Creation

Bitmessage Developer: Craig Wright Faked Documents on Bitcoin Creation submitted by Crypto_Fever to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitmessage Developer: Craig Wright Faked Documents on Bitcoin Creation

Bitmessage Developer: Craig Wright Faked Documents on Bitcoin Creation submitted by cryptolobe to cryptolobe [link] [comments]

Bitcoin [BTC] - El creador de Bitmessage prueba la conversación falsa de Craig Wright con Kleinman ante el tribunal

Bitcoin [BTC] - El creador de Bitmessage prueba la conversación falsa de Craig Wright con Kleinman ante el tribunal submitted by Crypto-Economy to CryptoeconomyES [link] [comments]

Hackers Exploiting 'Bitmessage' Zero-Day to Steal Bitcoin Wallet Keys

Hackers Exploiting 'Bitmessage' Zero-Day to Steal Bitcoin Wallet Keys submitted by TheChosenOne118 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The Crypto-messaging peer-to-peer Bitcoin-like protocol Bitmessage is gaining popularity - see the Google trends statistics for the last 90 days. "It is like Twitter without the character limit."

The Crypto-messaging peer-to-peer Bitcoin-like protocol Bitmessage is gaining popularity - see the Google trends statistics for the last 90 days. submitted by tedjonesweb to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Open Transactions July 2014 update with Bitcoin and bitmessage integration

Open Transactions July 2014 update with Bitcoin and bitmessage integration submitted by bitpotluck to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Announcing Bitmessage! A protocol and client for sending encrypted messages using a decentralized and trustless P2P network. It is based on Bitcoin and BitTorrent!

Announcing Bitmessage! A protocol and client for sending encrypted messages using a decentralized and trustless P2P network. It is based on Bitcoin and BitTorrent! submitted by atheros to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Hackers Exploiting 'Bitmessage' Zero-Day to Steal Bitcoin Wallet Keys

Hackers Exploiting 'Bitmessage' Zero-Day to Steal Bitcoin Wallet Keys submitted by dragonfrugal to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Is there any reason why we still don't have Bitcoin like e-mails? (Not counting Bitmessage)

Many hacks come from hacked e-mails, if we had a convenient application something like Bitmessage that would allow us to register on any site safely and more convenient, right now Bitmessage isn't that useful because e-mails by casual people are used mostly for registrations. What's the problem with making a crypto program that would serve as a traditional e-mail? because I guess that if it was possible then Bitmessage would have this feature from the beginning.
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Hackers Exploiting 'Bitmessage' Zero-Day to Steal Bitcoin Wallet Keys

Hackers Exploiting 'Bitmessage' Zero-Day to Steal Bitcoin Wallet Keys submitted by dragonfrugal to btc [link] [comments]

BitMessage - Bitcoin Inspired Peer to Peer Encrypted Messaging

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How about using bitmessage with bitcoin private/public key for end to end message encryption?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=145098
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Mad Bitcoins Reveals New Bitmessage Client

Mad Bitcoins Reveals New Bitmessage Client submitted by hoffmabc to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

I'm Peter Šurda, Bitmessage core dev, ask me anything (Bitcoin.com)

I'm Peter Šurda, Bitmessage core dev, ask me anything (Bitcoin.com) submitted by MemoryDealers to btc [link] [comments]

Let's Talk Bitcoin! Episode 12: "You Get My Bitmessage?" Is Out! Ft. Interview with Charlie Lee, Litecoin Creator

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Bitcoin giveaway - 0.001BTC for anyone using Bitmessage

Blockchain technology is the lastest big hit.
Just like Bitcoin is using this technology, Bitmessage is using the Blockchain technology as well.
To receive 0.001BTC, send me your Bitcoin address to my Bitmessage address BM-2cW67GEKkHGonXKZLCzouLLxnLym3azS8r and I will send 0.001BTC to you, it's that simple.
Also, please use Bitmessage, tell all your friends about it, it is the next level of Email.
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Interviews: FellowTraveler, OpenTransactions & Bitmessage - Bitcoin Education Project - Marc Hochstein, American Banker - Let's Talk Bitcoin! Ep 13 "Movers & Shakers"

Interviews: FellowTraveler, OpenTransactions & Bitmessage - Bitcoin Education Project - Marc Hochstein, American Banker - Let's Talk Bitcoin! Ep 13 submitted by gamerandy to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitmessage: Bitcoin based decentral, encrypted, P2P, trustless communications - Joachim de Koning Web-based Bitmessage Client? -- MadBitcoins! launches Bitstarter! Please Donate Today! Mad Bitcoins Reveals New Bitmessage Client Bitmessage - Installation and using

Bitmessage team propose a message transfer mechanism similar to Bitcoin’s transaction and block transfer system, but with a proof‐of‐work for each message. Users form a peer‐to‐peer network by each running a Bitmessage client and forward messages on a best‐effort basis. Zuletzt aktualisiert am 04.06.2013 um 03: 55 Uhr Nachdem wir die Macht von Bitcoin gesehen haben, erleben wir jetzt eine neue Bewegung: Bitmessage, ein Protokoll, das einige der Ideen der digitalen Währungswelt in die Kommunikation umsetzt. Wie Bitcoin entstand aus der Notwendigkeit einer unregulierten Währung, das gleiche passiert mit Bitmessage, Lesen Sie mehr During Bitcoin's third halving, history repeated itself as the miners who mined block 629,999 inscribed a message on the block itself in homage to Bitcoin's creator. Verify a message signed by a bitcoin private key. Bitcoin address *. Valid bitcoin address From Bitcoin Wiki. Jump to: navigation, search. Bitmessage is a P2P communications protocol used to send encrypted messages to another person or to many subscribers. It is decentralized and trustless, meaning that you need-not inherently trust any entities like root certificate authorities. It uses strong authentication which means that the sender of a message cannot be spoofed, and it aims to ...

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Bitmessage: Bitcoin based decentral, encrypted, P2P, trustless communications - Joachim de Koning

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