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BitWasp is a fast & light Open Source Marketplace built to be bitcoin friendly ~Currently Underdevelopment~
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BitWasp Marketplace is a light weight, completely open source, anonymous bitcoin marketplace specifically built for use in conjunction with Tor or I2P via the hidden services such as .onion websites and eepsites (for I2P). 

The goal of this project is to do the following:

1. Lower the barrier of entry and needed skill-set to operate a website like silkroad. This will increase the number of silkroad styled sites on the internet, and this increase will lead to a stronger pressure on governments  to change their draconian drug law policies into something more practical and respecting of individual liberty. 

Just like open source forum software revolutionized the ability for individuals to freely share ideas within niche communities, Bitwasp will revolutionize the ability for individuals to sell and buy materials and digital files within online communities. 

2. Plans by the many, not by the few. This is essential because, as with nature, competition will select for the best, most secure, and most revolutionary marketplaces. Silkroad and others are great; but I suspect many minds working on many sites with various add-ons and extensions will lead to many better marketplaces in the long run. 

Additionally while we do reference and are inspired by Silkroad, we do not intend for this to be a tool for breaking the law, dealing drugs or other: it will probably be used as such, but we just want to help provide a tool that allows individuals to freely interact and associate with one another privately, securely, and anonymously beyond the prying eyes.

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Announcing Bitwasp - with multi-signature transactions!

http://bit-wasp.org/index.php/topic,215.0.html
Announcing Bitwasp - with multi-signature transactions!
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We are going to be launching a bitcoin marketplace, essentially a Bitmit alternative at http://bitwasp.co/ 

If you'd like to stay informed about when it is officially live, and be some of the first people to join, sign up to the page by entering your email. 

The software we will be using is the same as we have been working on at BitWasp - Free Open Source Bitcoin Marketplace Software

We figure it is best to be our own customers so we can discover issues, needs for new features and to give us even further incentive to continue our development of the bitwasp software. We hope this proves to be more sustainable and make it so we are not entirely dependent on donations. 

http://bitwasp.co/
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"BitWasp is one of several black market engines that appear to be either proposed, or under active development. Designed for users to download and operate themselves, BitWasp can be set up to be accessible via the Tor network if users choose to operate it that way, explains founder Cameron Ruggles, although clearweb instantiations are certainly possible." --  http://www.coindesk.com/black-market-reloaded-back-online-following-source-code-publication-error/


This is good, but we're not technically a "black market engine" we're just an open source bitcoin software that is lightweight, highly compatible with Tor, and uses strong encryption and does the best we can to ensure the security and privacy of the buyers and sellers. :)


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You thought Silk Road was mismanaged? Black Market Reloaded just effectively published its source code online. Whoops.
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As requested by some of our fans, here is a QR code of our bitcoin donation address. 

19EkDTAaGWySZv1QsWxyWwYMZpo7jpvPYe

Thank you everyone for all the support! It's great! :)
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Hi everyone. It's been a while since we've posted an update regarding features. This is what's new this week:

A job to auto finalize escrow transactions where the buyer hasn't logged in for 30 days after the item has been sent.
A job to auto-refund transactions where the vendor hasn't logged in for 30 days after a buyer finalizes early for a transaction.
Option to charge a fee when buyers/vendors set up an account.
Create registration tokens which the admin can issue with different or no fee's.

Wallet backups:
We currently have two ways of securely storing excess funds so they're not all in the live wallet. One is to send the excess to an electrum deterministic address (option to configure all this will come soon), or just generate a private key/WIF and mail it to the admin (encrypted with GPG). These features REQUIRE FURTHER TESTING as we're running into issues running them on the testnet, but seem to be in somewhat working order. Will post updates with progress.

Installer script:
A bash script has been written which attempts to install all the required dependencies for BitWasp, and configure them (set up MySQL account, database, tables, download & configure bitcoin/dependencies, etc etc). So far this needs to be tested in a fresh environment - any takers? Check it out here: http://bitwasp.tk/index.php/topic,56.0.html It's horrible but it'll do a better job of installing things than a web script could. It's written with debian in mind, but if you come up with a version for something else let me know!

As time goes on I'm getting a lot of great feedback on the forums, http://bitwasp.tk/. If you have any suggestions you'd like us to consider, please let us know! The project is really starting to come together - I still have some important functionality to add, but even that things are this far amazes me..

I will shamelessly post our bitcoin address here if anyone is in the position to donate something: 19EkDTAaGWySZv1QsWxyWwYMZpo7jpvPYe I have a good bit of time to hand for coding, but it's getting others involved that requires some incentive. When at a proper release stage I'd love to crowd source funds for professional penetration testing (or just crowd source some bored hackers) to hunt for security issues, anything you can help out with is much appreciated. 

We are looking for people to help us develop! If you have experience with the PHP CodeIgniter framework (pretty much essential) and want to develop, can assist with penetration testing, or simply want to chat, join us on the forums!

Over and out 
Who wants to test out the install script?
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Hello Bitcoin Community of Google+!

If you're interested in the +BitWasp - Free Open Source Bitcoin Marketplace Software project, please follow us for updates! 
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We recently were informed of a security issue by a86551. Thanks to this person we have now fixed it, and our software is more secure. 

We decided to pay him 2.71411589 bitcoins (~$900) for helping us, and helping the rest of the bitcoin community keep their bitcoins safe! 

You can read more about the security issue here:
http://bitwasp.tk/index.php/topic,57.msg285.html#msg285

We would like to thank all of you who donated to allow us to pay this person, and afford further payouts and bounties in order to motivate others to look over our code to ensure it is of the highest quality and security.

Don't hesitate to look at our code on github, and try to exploit our code on bitmerchant.tk, we will reward you for revealing any serious flaws to us! We care a great deal about making code that provides high security and privacy for everyone!

If you don't know how to code, you can always support us another way: 19EkDTAaGWySZv1QsWxyWwYMZpo7jpvPYe

Thank you all! 

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Resources for Bitwasp:

BitWasp Subreddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitwasp
Source Code: github.com/Bit-Wasp/BitWasp
Demo & Fundraiser Site: http://bitmerchant.tk
Forum: http://bitwasp.tk
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BitWasp

Contact founders for security related and otherwise: bitwasp@bitwasp.tk.
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+Cameron Ruggles or CameronRuggles@gmail.com or do so on forums, github, subreddit, etc. 

Thanks!
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Hi everyone. It's been a while since we've posted an update regarding features. This is what's new this week:

A job to auto finalize escrow transactions where the buyer hasn't logged in for 30 days after the item has been sent.
A job to auto-refund transactions where the vendor hasn't logged in for 30 days after a buyer finalizes early for a transaction.
Option to charge a fee when buyers/vendors set up an account.
Create registration tokens which the admin can issue with different or no fee's.

Wallet backups:
We currently have two ways of securely storing excess funds so they're not all in the live wallet. One is to send the excess to an electrum deterministic address (option to configure all this will come soon), or just generate a private key/WIF and mail it to the admin (encrypted with GPG). These features REQUIRE FURTHER TESTING as we're running into issues running them on the testnet, but seem to be in somewhat working order. Will post updates with progress.

Installer script:
A bash script has been written which attempts to install all the required dependencies for BitWasp, and configure them (set up MySQL account, database, tables, download & configure bitcoin/dependencies, etc etc). So far this needs to be tested in a fresh environment - any takers? Check it out here: http://bitwasp.tk/index.php/topic,56.0.html It's horrible but it'll do a better job of installing things than a web script could. It's written with debian in mind, but if you come up with a version for something else let me know!

As time goes on I'm getting a lot of great feedback on the forums, http://bitwasp.tk/. If you have any suggestions you'd like us to consider, please let us know! The project is really starting to come together - I still have some important functionality to add, but even that things are this far amazes me..

I will shamelessly post our bitcoin address here if anyone is in the position to donate something: 19EkDTAaGWySZv1QsWxyWwYMZpo7jpvPYe I have a good bit of time to hand for coding, but it's getting others involved that requires some incentive. When at a proper release stage I'd love to crowd source funds for professional penetration testing (or just crowd source some bored hackers) to hunt for security issues, anything you can help out with is much appreciated. 

We are looking for people to help us develop! If you have experience with the PHP CodeIgniter framework (pretty much essential) and want to develop, can assist with penetration testing, or simply want to chat, join us on the forums!

Over and out 
Who wants to test out the install script?
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Follow our page, +BitWasp - Free Open Source Bitcoin Marketplace Software  for updates on our software release. :)

I believe the software we're building is of interest to many Anarcho-capitalists. Letus know what you think. :)
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I'm interested :-)
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A bug was discovered this morning affecting commits up to d29048b618. A user was able to place an order they didn't have the funds for. When adding the Send Address form the validation on user balances was left out, and unfortunately not added before we pushed to git. Details are here: http://bitwasp.tk/index.php?topic=6.0

The issue has been fixed in the latest push, and I'll take this time to remind you we offer bounties for bugs which are reported. Please feel free to take us up on this if your a developer/hacker, or donate a single dollar (0.008BTC) to help go towards this! 19EkDTAaGWySZv1QsWxyWwYMZpo7jpvPYe


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Issue affecting code up to & including commit d29048b618
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