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Author Topic: Wondering why the Bitcoin blockchain wallet is so huge and slow?? Now you know  (Read 2898 times)

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FROM: http://www.righto.com/2014/02/ascii-bernanke-wikileaks-photographs.html

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Hidden surprises in the Bitcoin blockchain: Nelson Mandela, Wikileaks, photos, and Python software

 Every Bitcoin transaction is stored in the distributed database known as the Bitcoin blockchain. However, people have found ways to hack the Bitcoin protocol to store more than just transactions. I've searched through the blockchain and found many strange and interesting things - from images to source code in JavaScript, Python, and Basic. If you're running a Bitcoin client, you probably have all this data stored on your system.[1]

GO TO THE FULL PAGE for photos and examples and more... You'll be surprised! I was :)

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Interesting... :o

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Interesting... :o

You really read *everything* @scforum, don't you? :)

Yeah, very interesting indeed!

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Interesting... :o

You really read *everything* @scforum, don't you? :)

Yeah, very interesting indeed!

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Almost everything. ;)

Karma indeed! :up:

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100? LOL
« Reply #4 on: 18. February 2014., 22:53:06 »
I'm THAT busy that I didn't even notice it!!

Thank you Samker, for your many Karma's, no doubt ;p

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100? LOL
« Reply #4 on: 18. February 2014., 22:53:06 »

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I'm THAT busy that I didn't even notice it!!

...

Really? :P

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ohhhhhhh!!!! :o :o :o  the technology behind BTC is pretty amazing   
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Im kind of geek-anarchist-video editor-motion designer-bloggerr and also recently got in love with this e-Currency movement :) If u need some works in video or animation i accept Bitcoins ;)
Your Wiki about Crytocoins here in Devcom http://www.devtome.com/doku.php

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