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 No.1758

Bitmessage is a distributed messaging system that uses proof of work to mitigate spam. Messages are published to a rolling blockchain which drops old messages after a set amount of time. Chans are shared addresses which participants listen to and send with so that they are anonymous. Join the "lain" chan (no quotes).

https://bitmessage.org/wiki/Main_Page

 No.1759

>>1758
I think it needs the chan's address

 No.1760

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>>1759
The address is optional because it's derived from the name. If you want the address anyways, it's BM-2cUipXEtYYAXFMxiXrywhUjhD9L9f1ot9J

 No.1761

>>1758
Look like really interesting how useful it is in practice?

 No.1767

>>1761
Not very useful because not many people use it.

 No.1838

>>1761
>>1767
story of every Free chat service ever

 No.1843

Bitmessage is compromised.
Why is it being pushed as of late? No rational person will fall for it.
A simple double-check will nullify the honeypot, which I hope most carry out before installing any software.

 No.1853

>>1843
>Bitmessage is compromised.
No it's not.

 No.1876

>>1843
proof?

 No.2449

>>1758
I tried using it. Since I don't have anyone to use it with, I use it for bitboard which does have a spam problem. Basically on every public bitboard messaging site, you have some glitterboy spamming four word sentences and other nonsense to the point no one uses bitboard.

 No.2455

>>1876
>proof?
There was a remote code execution vulnerability last year[1] but I think that was plain incompetence. Python is a language designed for people who can't code so it's not really a surprise when people who can't code end up using it.

[1] https://thehackernews.com/2018/02/bitmessage-bitcoin-hackers.html



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