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Pallidus. Part 1.

It's quite simple to glean credit card information from old people in nursing homes. I walk in most of the time wearing a polo shirt, polo hat and khaki pants; people think I'm just some frat kid visiting their grandma. I make sure there is some sort of event going on like Bingo, or five card draw; This gives me the opportunity to snoop around from room to room; you'd be surprised how often these people just leave their personal belongings out.
I quickly snap photos of the front of the credit card and write down the back three digits on my hand. I now have their credit card number, name, expiration date, and CVC;looking up their address with their name can be tricky depending on how common their name is.You don't necessarily know if you have the address for the right John Smith as you do for a Belinda schlenzinger.
Once I have an address I go online and buy at least 3000 U.S. dollars of bitcoin using coinbase; for those that are not familar with bitcoin it is an online cryptocurrency that is widely known to be untraceable. Sometimes credit card companies will flag the transaction if it deviates from their usual spending habits, or if they have a controlled spending cap. But, often times that's not the case; I'm assuming that's because nursing homes are expensive and family members like to splurge a few thousand dollars of grannies money on sex toys or what have you.
I then travel to Oregon, Washington, Kansas city, New york and Vermont, to visit bitcoin atms; these are not your normal atm's, you can't exactly go up and withdraw money whenever you feel like, you have to go through a six phase verifcation process, and this takes time.
During 2013 there were only a handful of bitcoin atms that could allow you to withdrawl cash..... up to 10,000 dollars. In one month I made over 50 thousand. Now adays there are hundreds of bitcoin atms, some of which you can withdrawal up to 20,000 dollars; I probably could've made less trips.
It's not that easy to track down someone who buys and dispenses from a cryptocurrency; which makes this crime almost fool proof; the problem is, I'm a 22 year old student going to community college, what bank wouldn't have second thoughts when thousands of dollars magically appear into a 22 year olds account?
This is where things begin to get interesting.
It's 2015 and I've stolen over 1.2 million dollars. I dropped out of school and rent out house to house each month. I can't say I've stopped gleaning credit information. It's become an addiction. Someone probably knows. They have to; 1.2 million dollars doesn't get stolen over 2 years without anyone catching on. Unless I'm that good.
My mind likes to race and predict events before they even happen. I could be sitting down in my kitchen, eating fruity pebbles, when six federal agents come storming in ceasing all my stolen assets. Social media would have a hay day; plastering my name all over the virtual world as if I was some renowned criminal; they'd most likely embellish and say that I dropped out of Harvard or Stanford or some Ivy league school, then got hooked on crack and decided to go steal credit cards from helpless old blue collar grandmas, and then used that information to buy a new aged untraceable cryptocurrency or some bullshit story. My parents would be embarrassed more than ashamed, they rely heavy on reputation and would hide behind a veil while I'm being simpered over by white supremacists in a maximum federal penitentiary. Paranoia sinks and latches on to me like a leech.
Its bingo night at village shalom in Denver, Colorado. I still roam around, dressed with my frat attire, taking pictures of credit cards and writing down three digit numbers on my hand. I walk past a room with a gentleman on his death bed; I can hear him wheezing over the vital machine beeps as he breathes in oxygen from the nasal cannula. I normally don't think about stealing when they're already in the room dying, but my addiction likes to triumph over self control. I step in to take a quick peak.
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Open Letter

Greetings,
I am doing my best to update everyone on every format. Admittedly, it's a bit time consuming so I don't get everywhere as fast as I'd like to. I have been hearing grumblings that I only update twitter. Well, twitter is on my phone so it's very easy for me to update. I have been talking to many of you on Skype, I posted on the forum last week an update, and yesterday on NoBS, and here we are.
The wallet situation is under development. The news is this: It's under development, meaning, it's there, it's working, it's functional, but it's not a product release ready version. I have screenshots of it, but the ones I got I'm not happy with as they are in Italian. Derf is working his ass off building this basically by himself. We hired two different developers who swore up and down they could handled the ZetacoinJ build and turned out to be full of shit. We could use all the help we can get debugging it and doing security checks. We are not terribly far away, but right now I am not going to push it for the sake of releasing something. I much prefer having a product we can feel secure about. The dogecoin online wallet still rings too loudly in my ears. That's the update until there is something new to report. I am working to get good screenshots. I hope to have them soon. No one wants this more than I do. We have real world businesses that ask me every day when this will be ready. I want to break that news, but not at the expense of putting out a shitty product that's unsafe.
The shop was delayed due to our desire to accept cryptopayments. This required some modifying and developing a ZetacoinD to do so, and that hit some speed bumps. On Thursday, I will find a regular ecommerce package to get up on shop.zetacoin.cc, and start to put it together. We'll add crypto payments later. I hope to have it full operation by next Thursday at the latest, shooting for Tuesday.
We have new website game which is a pretty nice that was created by a member of the group. I won't steal any of his thunder, but he should be releasing that soon.
There will be ATMs released in the next week or two that have Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Zetacoin. That's right, the first ATM with a cryptocurrency other than Bitcoin, and one of the three is Zetacoin. This is tentative, I won't release more as it's a third party friend that is building these.
It is the goal of my new company CryptComm Global to have these ATMs with Zetacoin in them up and running in the United States (Kansas City) within 6-10 weeks.
I know of 6 businesses so far that are looking forward to accepting Zetacoin payments in the brick and mortars, and may be able to convince at least one law firm if not two to accept them as well.
Our price sucks. I'm well aware. Everyone's price is down. I hate it too. We must rally and work together to complete projects. I love that Marek and Stewartie4 took on translating the site! I love Hammo and Parabear are just going HAM on all sorts of things, now with para releasing everything in Chinese to the chinese sites. That's amazing. We need more community involvement. We need more people to get involved. I can do a lot, but I cannot do everything - this only works if it's all of us. I posted a project in 305 that I will not post here. We need to tackle that quickly.
I stand by Zetacoin. I stand by our future. I stand by becoming the first real currency. We are well on our way. That's where we are at. I am sorry I don't have better news. I am sorry I don't have the magical cure all. Hard work is what is next. I couldn't be prouder to be in this group with you guys. When the going gets tough, we roll up our sleeves to build an empire.
Joe BitcoinSachs
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4/23/14 - Bitcoin into space, Atlas ATS pushes forward, & Dorian Nakamoto says thank you

Video: http://www.moneyandtech.com/apr23-news-update/
Here are today's top news stories in Money & Tech:
The blockchain is headed for space. Jeff Garzik’s Dunvegan Space Systems is partnering with Deep Space Industries to build satellites called ‘BitSats’ that will be launched into space as a backup bitcoin orbital system. From orbit, these BitSats will be able to broadcast out transaction data from the blockchain to any users with a downlink. Garzik made the first payment to Deep Space Industries via BitPay, where he is also a senior software developer, and is now accepting bitcoin donations to help complete the project.
Bitcoin trading platform Atlas ATS has formed a partnership with The National Stock Exchange to speed up regulatory approval. By partnering with this self-regulatory organization, Atlas ATS hopes to bypass FinCEN's money-transmitting license in favor of SEC-approved rules that are more tailored to digital currency exchanges. Kraken and CoinMKT are also taking this route, as several exchanges race to become the first fully regulated digital currency exchange.
Nine state banking officials from the US Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS), including New York Superintendent Ben Lawsky, have launched the Emerging Payments Task Force. The new task force plans to investigate bitcoin and other virtual currencies in the hopes of developing state regulation best practices, as well as more educational resources. The discussion will begin with a public hearing on May 16th in Chicago.
With the reluctance of Irish banks to accept bitcoin, ATM provider BitVendo and safe deposit box facility Merrion Vaults have partnered to provide cold storage to BitVendo's local cryptocurrency users. The service allows users to store their bitcoins safely in Merrion Vaults' high quality and secure safe deposit vault in Dublin.
Butterfly Labs has been on rocky ground since this month's lawsuit against the bitcoin mining hardware company, accusing it of collecting payments for false orders and using customer equipment for their own mining. This recent lawsuit is only the latest accusation of fraud against the Kansas-based company. What's more, co-founder Sonny Vleisides has been found in violation of his probation since pleading guilty to one count of mail fraud in 2010, which will likely extend his probation another two years.
Dorian Nakamoto, the man famously falsely identified as bitcoin's creator, has filmed a YouTube video with Andreas Antonopoulos to thank the bitcoin community for its support. Antonopoulos led a fundraising campaign for Nakamoto that raised over 47 bitcoins - worth nearly $23,000 dollars - in a new bitcoin wallet that Nakamoto says he will keep open as a new bitcoin user. Watch that YouTube video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7YmJZ-qVW8.
Bitcoin documentary The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin premieres today at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Money & Tech will be attending the screening, as well as the film’s after-party hosted by Charlie Shrem. We will be bringing you video coverage and interviews from that event soon.
We will also be attending the next major digital currency event this Friday, Dogecon SF, which will be San Francisco's first dogecoin conference. The event is hosted by Follow The Coin, and will feature prominent industry speakers such as litecoin creator Charlie Lee, industry expert Andreas Antonopoulos, and of course, Dogecoin's own creator, Jackson Palmer. We sat down with Tina Hui and Matt Schlicht from Follow The Coin to talk about what we can look forward to at Dogecon SF. Find that interview here: http://moneyandtech.com/follow-the-coin-dogecon-sf/
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4/23/14 - Bitcoin into space, Atlas ATS pushes forward, & Dorian Nakamoto says thank you

Video: http://moneyandtech.com/apr23-news-update/
Here are today's top news stories in Money & Tech:
The blockchain is headed for space. Jeff Garzik’s Dunvegan Space Systems is partnering with Deep Space Industries to build satellites called ‘BitSats’ that will be launched into space as a backup bitcoin orbital system. From orbit, these BitSats will be able to broadcast out transaction data from the blockchain to any users with a downlink. Garzik made the first payment to Deep Space Industries via BitPay, where he is also a senior software developer, and is now accepting bitcoin donations to help complete the project.
Bitcoin trading platform Atlas ATS has formed a partnership with The National Stock Exchange to speed up regulatory approval. By partnering with this self-regulatory organization, Atlas ATS hopes to bypass FinCEN's money-transmitting license in favor of SEC-approved rules that are more tailored to digital currency exchanges. Kraken and CoinMKT are also taking this route, as several exchanges race to become the first fully regulated digital currency exchange.
Nine state banking officials from the US Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS), including New York Superintendent Ben Lawsky, have launched the Emerging Payments Task Force. The new task force plans to investigate bitcoin and other virtual currencies in the hopes of developing state regulation best practices, as well as more educational resources. The discussion will begin with a public hearing on May 16th in Chicago.
With the reluctance of Irish banks to accept bitcoin, ATM provider BitVendo and safe deposit box facility Merrion Vaults have partnered to provide cold storage to BitVendo's local cryptocurrency users. The service allows users to store their bitcoins safely in Merrion Vaults' high quality and secure safe deposit vault in Dublin.
Butterfly Labs has been on rocky ground since this month's lawsuit against the bitcoin mining hardware company, accusing it of collecting payments for false orders and using customer equipment for their own mining. This recent lawsuit is only the latest accusation of fraud against the Kansas-based company. What's more, co-founder Sonny Vleisides has been found in violation of his probation since pleading guilty to one count of mail fraud in 2010, which will likely extend his probation another two years.
Dorian Nakamoto, the man famously falsely identified as bitcoin's creator, has filmed a YouTube video with Andreas Antonopoulos to thank the bitcoin community for its support. Antonopoulos led a fundraising campaign for Nakamoto that raised over 47 bitcoins - worth nearly $23,000 dollars - in a new bitcoin wallet that Nakamoto says he will keep open as a new bitcoin user. Watch that YouTube video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7YmJZ-qVW8.
Bitcoin documentary The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin premieres today at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Money & Tech will be attending the screening, as well as the film’s after-party hosted by Charlie Shrem. We will be bringing you video coverage and interviews from that event soon.
We will also be attending the next major digital currency event this Friday, Dogecon SF, which will be San Francisco's first dogecoin conference. The event is hosted by Follow The Coin, and will feature prominent industry speakers such as litecoin creator Charlie Lee, industry expert Andreas Antonopoulos, and of course, Dogecoin's own creator, Jackson Palmer. We sat down with Tina Hui and Matt Schlicht from Follow The Coin to talk about what we can look forward to at Dogecon SF.
Find that interview and more videos on the Money & Tech website at http://moneyandtech.com/apr23-news-update/
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