activity: 588, merit: 501 andresem, full Member, offline, activity: 203, merit: 100. August 11, 2018, 03:04:33 PM (Moderators: Cyrus, hilariousandco ) Author, topic: bot attack my faucet (Read 1226 times) andresem, full Member, offline, activity: 203, merit: 100. But heres where it gets inconsistent: according to the analysis, the attack could not have been pulled off without a moderator from r/bitcoin itself facilitating the activity.
Apart from this, the timestamps are suspiciously coordinated. Apart from censorship by mods, several users reported that their accounts were hacked and used as bots to aid in such attacks, upvoting and downvoting posts without the users knowledge or exchange perfectmoney to bitcoin consent. To fight the propaganda, user censorship_notifier deployed an anti-censorship bot on Reddit a few months ago. When did that change? Bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. r/Bitcoin has blocked votes from being visible on comments during discussion for years. Despite all the comments being blocked or removed as normal that we found, what we did not find was any other examples of anti-r/Bitcoin comments approved or allowed except the comments the bots upvoted. Bitcoin is a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. The most disturbing part of the analysis insinuates not only the r/bitcoin moderators in the hoax, but Blockstream CTO Greg Maxwell as well. Technocrat tungaqhd, hero Member, offline, activity: 756, merit: 504.
BashCo stickied a comment stating they would pull back the curtains at 20:49, and archive. At first, the obvious assumption would be to accuse SegWit Cores rival, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) of perpetrating the attack. Hilariously, the anti-censorship bot was censored from r/bitcoin very shortly after it was released. Mining is Dead but true miners remain- andresem Full Member Offline Activity: 203 Merit: 100 Technocrat geekbasic.
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