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Ether & Bitcoin ticker for Pebble watches

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Looks like gadgetwraps will be accepting Bitcoin. They sell covers for your Pebble watch.

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Using Pebble Watch to gernerate QR code to receive Bitcoin

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[Watch App][2.0]Bitcoin ticker app for Pebble watch

I made a bitcoin ticker app and posted it to: Bitcoin watcher Thought you might like it. I made it since I couldn't find reliable ones out in the wild. Smartwatch+ needed to be restarted ALL THE TIME. Other than that it was fine. You need to install the SDK 2.0 beta firmware on the watch to use it, step 3 contains links.
Enjoy!
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Have a Pebble Watch? Get a watch face that displays a bitcoin payment address as a QR code for 0.01 BTC!

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Using a Pebble Watch to Receive Bitcoin Payments | Spelunkin Magazine

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Bitcoin ticker app for Pebble watch

I made a bitcoin ticker app and posted it to: Bitcoin watcher Thought you might like it. I made it since I couldn't find reliable ones out in the wild. Smartwatch+ needed to be restarted ALL THE TIME. Other than that it was fine. You need to install the SDK 2.0 beta firmware on the watch to use it, step 3 contains links.
Enjoy!
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Bitcoin Price on Your Pebble Watch without Jailbreak!

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My first Pebble app: Ethicker – Ether & Bitcoin ticker for Pebble watches

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Made a bitcoin watch face for my pebble

Playing around with the canvas app for my pebble. I created this...
http://imgur.com/dqLPlZI
Handy to have around :-)
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Pebble smart watch for Bitcoin? Reddit BitMarket!

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Using a Pebble Watch to Receive Bitcoin Payments | Spelunkin Magazine (crosspost from /r/Bitcoin)

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It's 3:39, I'm not going anywhere until at least midnight!

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Pebble makes it a little easier for me to accept bitcoins now!

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The chatlog from #lightning-network discussing recent Lightning DDOS/vulnerability

bitPico [5:49 PM] If any LN testers see their connection slots full it’s us. We will release the attack code when ready. The network needs better protection against DDoS’s. (edited)
Laolu Osuntokun [5:59 PM] ? or report to specific implementations @bitPico? like the early days of bitcoin, don't think many impls have even started to start to cover dos vectors busy working on safety in other aspects
bitPico [6:00 PM] As it stands no implementation can handle connection exhaustion attacks by overflowing the underlying TCP stack.
Laolu Osuntokun [6:00 PM] not sure if any limit inbound connections yet
bitPico [6:02 PM] Doesn’t matter; we use the TCP half-open attack. This occurs at the kernel.
Laolu Osuntokun [6:02 PM] sure you'd still run into fd limits so that's not really impl specific
bitPico [6:02 PM] Yes; we exhaust the FD’s. (edited)
Laolu Osuntokun [6:04 PM] you could do the same for any active bitcoin node today, nodes would need to set up network-level mitigations unless the impls were super low level enough to detect something like that so would really depend on their default kernel settings
Matt Drollette [6:10 PM] echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_syncookies … ?
bitPico [6:14 PM] Our Bitcoin implementation performs round-robin disconnects to induce network churn. This is one of the best methods to prevent most TCP attacks. Churn is needed in decentralized systems. It keeps them robust. Longstanding TCP connections are bad. *ie we disconnect N nodes every T mins.
Laolu Osuntokun [6:18 PM] if it's half open, how are you detecting the TCP connections then @bitPico? well for LN the connections are typically long lived @mdrollette yeh, defenses are at the kernel lvl
bitPico [6:21 PM] Round-robin disconnects free the kernel FD’s. There is also App level half-connect Works like this Syn Ack But don’t sent the Ack The connection is then half-open TCP connect scans work like this. TCP half-open scans are harder to detect.
ɹɑd [6:33 PM] Is there a way to tell lnd to listen on ipv4 instead of ipv6? When I try lnd --listen=0.0.0.0:9735 ..., it is listening on IPv6 TCP *:9735 but I need it to listen on IPv4.
Matt Drollette [6:34 PM] I think if you give it a specific IP instead of 0.0.0.0 it will only bind to that specific interface
ɹɑd [6:34 PM] ok, trying that…
bitPico [6:36 PM] Dual-stack OS will still open IPv6 Windows and Linux are VERY different TCP stacks. The behaviour is different.
ɹɑd [6:38 PM] Nice, that worked. Thanks, @mdrollette
bitPico [7:13 PM] How does LN protect from “dead end packets”? ie* onion wrapped but final destination doesn’t exist. aka routing amplification attack
kekalot [7:14 PM] :trumpet::skull:
bitPico [7:16 PM] We will test it and perform a 100,000 route amplification. We are trying to make our test kit reusable as possible to work out the kinks. (edited)
kekalot [7:16 PM] :trumpet::skull:
bitPico [7:25 PM] Seeing bad OP-SEC on LN; don’t name your node as the type of hardware. Those raspberry pi’s will go down.
kekalot [7:25 PM] :trumpet: :skull:
camelCase [7:26 PM] :joy:
bitPico [7:26 PM] ie* eclair.raspberry.pi
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bitPico [8:48 PM] https://gist.github.com/anonymous/46f6513625579c5a920fe04b32103a03 Already running some custom attack vectors on LN nodes to see how they standup.
Sun Mar 18 23:49:08 [INFO] - open_tcp_transports: Preparing TCP connection to x.x.x.x:9735 for attack vector TCPHO. Sun Mar 18 23:49:08 [INFO] - open_tcp_transports: Preparing TCP connection to x.x.x.x:9735 for attack vector TCPHO. Sun Mar 18 23:49:08 [INFO] - open_tcp_transports: Preparing TCP connection to x.x.x.x:9735 for attack vector TCPHO. Sun Mar 18 23:49:08 [INFO] - open_tcp_transports: Preparing TCP connection to x.x.x.x:9735 for attack vector TCPHO. Sun Mar 18 23:49:08 [INFO] - open_tcp_transports: Preparing TCP connection to x.x.x.x:9735 for attack vector TCPHO. Sun Mar 18 23:49:08 [INFO] - open_tcp_transports: Preparing TCP connection to x.x.x.x:9735 for attack vector TCPHO. Sun Mar 18 23:49:08 [INFO] - open_tcp_transports: Preparing TCP connection to x.x.x.x:9735 for attack vector TCPHO. Sun Mar 18 23:49:08 [INFO] - open_tcp_transports: Preparing TCP connection to x.x.x.x:9735 for attack vector TCPHO. Sun Mar 18 23:49:08 [INFO] - open_tcp_transports: Preparing TCP connection to x.x.x.x:9735 for attack vector TCPHO. Sun Mar 18 23:49:08 [INFO] - open_tcp_transports: Preparing TCP connection to We expect to perfect this testsuite by the weekend with some very useable attack vectors Sun Mar 18 23:51:19 [INFO] - operator(): TCP connection to x.x.x.x:9735 success, sending attack payload. Sun Mar 18 23:51:19 [INFO] - operator(): TCP connection to x.x.x.x:9735 failed, message = Connection refused. Sun Mar 18 23:51:19 [INFO] - operator(): TCP connection to x.x.x.x:9735 success, sending attack payload. Sun Mar 18 23:51:19 [INFO] - operator(): TCP connection to x.x.x.x:9735 success, sending attack payload. Sun Mar 18 23:51:19 [INFO] - operator(): TCP connection to x.x.x.x:9735 success, sending attack payload. Sun Mar 18 23:51:19 [INFO] - operator(): TCP connection to x.x.x.x:9735 success, sending attack payload.
:+1: If you notice weird traffic it’s us.
bitPico [9:00 PM] We are most interested in our “route payload amplification” attack vector. This attack onion wraps payloads via hop by hop where the last hop is the first hop creating a self-denial of service where the LN nodes attack themselves after long route traversal. Exploiting the anonymous nature of onion routing allows no defense to the network. Anonymous routing in and of itself creates a situation where the network can get into an endless loop of self DDoS. Once we complete the entire message serialization routines and a deadline timer the TESTBED will run standalone continuously. Prob. only take another day to complete that. We are also making attack vectors as base classes so new ones can be easily created via overrides. *ie plugin-like attack vectors
Russell O'Connor [9:22 PM] https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/lightning-dev/2015-August/000135.html
bitPico [9:26 PM] Yes; that idea and our attack vector(s) makes the entire network fall apart. We will prove this works. (edited) When nobody trusts nobody the network collapses. Low level attacks requiring no fees are easier however. (edited) There is nothing to prevent spoofing via replay of older packets. Because onion routing requires decryption (CPU Intensive) this can also be used to clog pathways with old payloads via CPU exhaustion. (edited) This is the real reason why ToR is so damn slow; it’s constantly attacked. It has nothing to do with end users actions.
Matt Drollette [9:34 PM] https://github.com/lightningnetwork/lnd/pull/761 GitHub Switch Persistence [ALL]: Forwarding Packages + Sphinx Replay Protection + Circuit Persistence by cfromknecht · Pull Request #761 · lightningnetwork/lnd This PR builds on #629, and integrates the changes with my more recent work on forwarding packages and batch-replay protection provided via pending changes to lightning-onion repo. Save one or two ...
bitPico [9:40 PM] (#)761 doesn’t impact our AV_03 It does however cause nodes to use more CPU and possibly go to disk per the notes. If LN nodes must go to disk this is bad. The slowest code pathways make the best AV’s.
bitPico [9:52 PM] CircuitKey’s are allocated “on the heap”. (edited) Underlying implementation would use malloc/realloc/free. Instead of RAII. This is asking for an overflow into unknown memory segments. We suggest stack only allocation. Memory on the stack is trivial to maintain; it has no holes; it can be mapped straight into the cache; it is attached on a per-thread basis. Memory in the heap is a heap of objects; it is more difficult to maintain; it can have holes.
Laolu Osuntokun [9:59 PM] @bitPico cpu usage is super minimal, this isn't tor so we're not relaying like gigabytes unknown memory segments? golang is a memory safe language stuff goes on the stack, then escape analysis is used to decide what should go on the heap
bitPico [10:00 PM] Heap allocation is more of a concern here. golang is not memory safe; it uses C underneath.
Laolu Osuntokun [10:01 PM] uhh
bitPico [10:01 PM] golang is not written in golang :slightly_smiling_face:
Laolu Osuntokun [10:01 PM] yes it is... https://github.com/golang/go/blob/mastesrc/runtime/map.go GitHub golang/go go - The Go programming language
bitPico [10:02 PM] That’s like saying the C runtime is C and not ASM. The C runtime is ASM.
Laolu Osuntokun [10:02 PM] go is written in go before go 1.4 (maybe 1.5) is was written in c but still, your "attack vector" isn't an implementation level issue, it's a network/kernel level DoS recycling, syn cookies, etc, would be needed not impl level defenses (edited)
bitPico [10:07 PM] We know the answer but what does golang compile to?
Laolu Osuntokun [10:07 PM] also replay htlc's will be rejected native?
bitPico [10:08 PM] ASM
Laolu Osuntokun [10:08 PM] yeh...
bitPico [10:08 PM] So what we said is exactly true.
Laolu Osuntokun [10:08 PM] no?
bitPico [10:08 PM] It’s as vulnerable as we stated.
Laolu Osuntokun [10:08 PM]
the heap is a heap of objects; it is more difficult to maintain; it can have holes
bitPico [10:09 PM] It still allocates through OS heap memory and not onto the stack in your case here. Which means it has holes.
Laolu Osuntokun [10:10 PM] aight, lemmie know when you exploit these issues in the golang runtime here's the code if you wanna study it: https://github.com/golang/go/ GitHub golang/go go - The Go programming language
bitPico [10:11 PM] ASM is ASM. Heap is heap. Heap is bad in this case. Stack is wise. Same applies to C or C++. Avoid the heap at all costs.
Laolu Osuntokun [10:12 PM] aye aye, capt
stark [10:12 PM] replied to a thread: Seeing bad OP-SEC on LN; don’t name your node as the type of hardware. Those raspberry pi’s will go down. don't name your node at all....
bitPico [10:12 PM] https://www.cs.ru.nl/E.Poll/hacking/slides/hic4.pdf
Laolu Osuntokun [10:13 PM] cool, i'll be waiting on those exploits in the go runtime, i'm sure many others will be excited as well
bitPico [10:14 PM] Has nothing to do with go. It uses malloc underneath. Heap always uses malloc; go, c or c++ or java or whatever.
Laolu Osuntokun [10:15 PM] sure, i think many of us know how memory management works
bitPico [10:15 PM] http://security.cs.rpi.edu/courses/binexp-spring2015/lectures/17/10_lecture.pdf Security experts avoid heap allocation. This is common knowledge. Noticed somebody commented about performance of the PR. That is because of the use of heap allocation instead of stack.
Laolu Osuntokun [10:17 PM] no, it's because of the disk I/O
bitPico [10:18 PM] So LN nodes write data to disk in case of crash? As to not lose funds? That’s what the PR says. Anyway golang uses libc; it is not compiled into pure ASM. (edited) Nevertheless we are not focusing on golang; LN in general and TCP/IP stacks.
ɹɑd [10:22 PM] @bitPico write an exploit and get back with us. Until then it just sounds like concern trolling.
bitPico [10:24 PM] Funny, we are exhausting LN TCP/IP Stacks as we type this… It’s no good if we can overtake the TCP stack and run it out of FD’s. We have 100's of connections to LN nodes and it;s automated using our hand built attack toolkit. When we increase this to 1000's then what?
Matt Drollette [10:26 PM] Isn’t that true of any TCP service though? Or are you saying there is something Lightning or lnd specific about your method?
Laolu Osuntokun [10:26 PM] it's true of any TCP service the defenses are on the kernel level
bitPico [10:27 PM] You’d need to have LN code handle millions of connections to mitigate this. We know golang will crash if this happens. But so will C.
Matt Drollette [10:29 PM] I’m beginning to wonder if @bitPico is actually performing a meta-attack on Lightning. A denial-of-service at the developer level with all this subtle trolling
bitPico [10:29 PM] This first problem is LN keeps inbound connections alive. It does not handle and drop them like a webserver. This is the only reason webservers can scale. Apache uses a timeout of 3 seconds in most cases. Currently we are connected to 45 LN nodes with over 22K connections. One variable change on our end and the network will suffer. (edited)
Matt Drollette [10:31 PM] but is that variable on the heap?
bitPico [10:32 PM] On Linux consider forcing it to require 999999 FD’s. AND do not keep-alive connections. The variable is an enum (an integer). Attack aggressiveness
Matt Drollette [10:33 PM] I’m just joking with you :stuck_out_tongue: I look forward to the write-up on the attack
bitPico [10:33 PM] Otherwise our code will keep LN nodes hung in TIME_WAIT. Anyway we are not trolling; we are BTC whales and LN must not fail. Otherwise our investment suffers. The only motivation behind this testing… As it stands LN nodes need L7 LB. Code will run overnight; sleep before we continue. Good job though on LN so far.
bitPico [10:46 PM] uploaded and commented on this image: Screen Shot 2018-03-19 at 1.44.19 AM.png
Fun stats: We’ve sucked 3.3 GB’s of bandwidth per hour from LN nodes. This will continue while we sleep. Every 80 milliseconds there is 44 attacks being performed.
bitPico [10:48 PM] :sleeping:
kekalot [1:35 AM] Seems likely. They were also the one who claimed segwit 2x would continue after it was officially canceled. Matt Drollette I’m beginning to wonder if @bitPico is actually performing a meta-attack on Lightning. A denial-of-service at the developer level with all this subtle trolling Posted in #lightning-network Mar 18th
bitcoinhunter [3:07 AM] So you put down the network @bitPico or just DDosing dev`s time ?
kekalot [3:08 AM] technically youd need multiple people to be doing it to be considered DDoS this is just DoS
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Alphonse Pace [8:31 AM] bitpico: are you bragging about attacking computer networks on here?
Bear Shark [9:54 AM] That was the funnest 5 minutes of my life. Watching a guy go from bragging about attempting a DoS to deleting the account.
aceat64 [9:56 AM] Reporting an attack vector is fine, releasing PoC code is fine, but actually DoSing a network is a crime, and to just go online and brag about it, wow The only way that could have been worse would be if they didn't use a pseudonym
Bear Shark [9:58 AM] It's fine. He was probably sitting behind 3 tor exits and 10 VPNs (edited)
chek2fire [10:09 AM] i see c-lightning is always at 80% cpu usage
Russell O'Connor [10:12 AM] Did bitPico delete their own account themselves?
kekalot [10:26 AM] @alp?
Alphonse Pace [10:27 AM] I banned. zero tolerance for illegal shit.
chek2fire [10:29 AM] and he says hitler is alive :stuck_out_tongue:
chek2fire [10:43 AM] i dont know why but the new version of lightning-c has a huge cpu usage (edited)
chek2fire [11:06 AM] is there possible not compatibility from lnd to c-lightning? i just connect bitrefil and they say that in their lnd node bitrefill payments works in my c-lightning is not working when i try to do a payment with their ln links i always get this "code" : 205, "message" : "Could not find a route", "data" : { "getroute_tries" : 2, "sendpay_tries" : 1 } }
hkjn [12:00 PM] was that just-banned bitpico the same one as this one? https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-segwit2x/2017-Novembe000689.html
Russell O'Connor [12:02 PM] I believe they claimed to be. It's hard to know for sure I guess.
Matt Drollette [12:03 PM] Lest we forget.
ASM is ASM. Heap is heap. Heap is bad in this case. Stack is wise. Avoid the heap at all costs. - bitPico
Laolu Osuntokun [1:48 PM] lmao
Sent from my Space Ship
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camelCase [10:28 PM] could be possible to run two lnd nodes in sync between them? i mean wallet-wise (edited)
Justin Camarena [8:02 AM] Bitrefill getting DDos'd lol that bitpico tho
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chek2fire [8:53 AM] my c-lightning node has very high cpu usage is always at 80% in the same time bitcoin node is at 15-17%
Gregory Sanders [8:58 AM] @chek2fire could be the gossip silliness that's being worked on, or bitPico :stuck_out_tongue: probably gossip inefficiency
chek2fire [8:59 AM] maybe someone dos my node i dont know
Laolu Osuntokun [11:46 AM] time to learn how to use iptables folks
Sent from my Space Ship (edited)
camelCase [11:50 AM] anyone knows if what i asked above is possible? like running two or more nodes that replicate the wallet so you avoid having your channels offline
gonzobon [11:55 AM] https://twitter.com/alexbosworth/status/976158861722726405 Alex Bosworth ☇@alexbosworth Lightning nodes are getting DDOS'ed, rumor is that someone from the 2x effort known as "BitPico" has taken credit for this. The Lightning services I've deployed have been attacked from the start, with botnets, etc. Deploying in adversarial conditions, decentralization is hard.
Twitter Mar 20th
camelCase [11:56 AM] well... at least we know we wasn't trolling about that lol
v33r [11:58 AM] https://twitter.com/alexbosworth/status/976158861722726405
gonzobon [11:59 AM] beat you to it @v33r_ :stuck_out_tongue:
Tomislav Bradarić [12:23 PM] something something good for bitcoin but really, better to see how sturdy things are now than when lightning starts getting adopted more, like how the last rise in popularity was at the same time as blockchain spam
gonzobon [12:28 PM] andreas put it in context as a good testing opp.
Hiro Protagonist [1:04 PM] I so wanna get my old sysasmin-devops team together to start running lightning nodes under these conditions. Every website is attacked relentlessly by DoS, spoofing, etc. Defences exist but you need skills to figure out what to do.
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Pebble's new marketing campaign

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Pebble Steel is advertised with BTC ticker app

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How I keep up on the price of bitcoin

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Just got my pebble watch, now I'll always know what the price is!

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Last year, I submitted my "Penn State Dorm Battle Station." Since then, I've moved off campus and made some changes to my battlestation...

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I'm considering getting a pebble, so i just have some questions.

Is it better if I jailbreak my iPhone first?
What sort of apps are on it?
Can you use it as an extension of mapmyrun?
Is there a Bitcoin wallet app?
Does it feel nice?
How good is the touchscreen?
Do the push notifications work well?
Can you use voice control from it, and if so, is the microphone on the watch, or does it use your headset's?
How does the navigation stuff work?
And lastly, how is the actual battery life? I know the reported, but I want to confirm.
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The first installment of my first piece! please be kind, this is my first ever story (book 1, part 1)

i am a really amateur writer and am in year 7, if you enjoy this series than i will continue it if this post gets 700 up votes. Thanks! (edit: i realized 700 up votes is too much to ask for so if we can get 300 that would be great!)
Troy Brimstone
He was Americas last hope, fighting against the soviets where the us dollar is worth nothing.
Only one man can stand up, his name is Troy Brimstone, Americas hero.
Chapter 1: The fourth of July
Everyone was celebrating, having fun, organizing parties and enjoying the day when America got its independence. America, the land of opportunity. Olgaf Pushken, saw opportunity as well, opportunity for revenge, for what they did.
In 1998, on the fourth of July, America tested the most deadly bomb with twice the power of the bomb the Russians used to test in the cold war, twice the power of the world’s largest, most powerful bomb ever tested which was “ the Tsar bomb”. The Americans called their new bomb the ulterbomba, the bomb to destroy everything in the 7000 km around the drop point. They mistakenly entered the coordinates of Russia’s small town of kulek, a population of 9000 people. Around the next 7000 km over 18000 people died altogether, a tragic accident.
Pushkin should have been there. Any other Sunday he would have been taking his beautiful new wife and their adorable new baby to church, along with his dear old mother who lived with them. But the day before he had received urgent instructions to report to base in Moscow. He dashed out of the small cottage at the base of the Urals, barely stopping to kiss his wife Anna as he left.
That Sunday, as he looked out of the command centre window still unaware of why he had been summoned, a white flash in the sky hinted at disaster. It was far more powerful than any thunder strike, far to the east…where his home used to be.
From the pit of his stomach he knew his life had changed forever. But it wasn’t till hours later he got the official confirmation. Kulek had been annihilated. He dialled his home telephone quickly to check on his poor family, “9865 0983” he remembered, he waited and waited once more until hearing a voice mail saying “hello this is the Pushkin family” in a Russian accent “I am sorry I am unavailable, maybe I will call you back soon, thank you and goodbye!” That was the last time Olgaf would ever hear poor Anna’s voice ever again.
His stomach screeched in pain, he knew they were dead, after his job in Moscow, he flew to the nearest city with an airport and he hired a car to drive to the wreckage of kulek. He slowly drove past the wreckage of the old church where he grew up in and used to put flowers on top of his grandfathers and grandmothers grave, as he saw in agony, the graves ripped to shreds, the church bell melting away and the altar burning away. He slowly drove onto his road Tallebry st and went to his house, house number 587. He dashed inside to check for his family, he saw all his furniture destroyed, then he found his one year old daughter lying right in front of where he was standing, he saw her corpus rotting away, but sadly Pushkin never found the wife.
Pushkin vowed then and there, as he looked down at the poor dead rotting corpse of his baby, that he would reap his revenge on whatever power had led to this.Now, 19 years later, Pushin watched as these Americans paraded their patriotism through the city of New York. And he planned his vengeance.
Chapter Two: Troy Brimstone
His heart was pounding, he jumped over a man who seemed to weigh at least 200 pounds. Sprinting for his life he made it to the end of the pitch “touchdown!” Troy screamed as he ran around freely and happily. Troy Brimstone, a man to be remembered in every American history book, be taught at in every school in America and obviously be Americas greatest hero. Troy was born and raised in the worst parts in Kentucky, when he was only 6 years old his dad passed away from a heart attack, his last words were “sun, don’t turn out like me. Be sensible, be smart and most of all, be kind”. After his dad’s death times were tough for young Troy. His mother had no money, so he had to go and earn a living so his dear mother and crippled baby sister could eat.
He got a job with old Joe Denham, who ran a building company. Young Troy was tough, so he carted bricks around the site, and his legs strong, so he could climb on roofs to add tiles. old Joe Denham at lunch would mess around and tell him about his days in the Vietnam war and he told him how it feels to lose a friend in battle. He told Troy all about fighting in the jungle against what seemed like an invisible enemy. That is where Troy Brimstone wanted to become an American hero. In his work as an engineer, he had to scale buildings often and with that he learnt many parkour skills.
On Friday nights, old Joe would take young Troy to the local fight nights, where men like Buster McCullum fought Toothy Willis, bare knuckled bouts that only ended when one man was knocked out. One night, when Troy was just 15, a local lad eyed Troy, spat on the ground, and said: “You that no good nobody up from the hill yonder who’s Daddy died, right?”. Troy tried to ignore him. But then the bully pushed him and said “You ignoring me? You no good son of a whore.” Troy couldn’t let that stand. He challenged the miserable bully to 12 rounds. Old Joe tried to stop him, but Troy set his jaw and said: “I have to do this.”
the fight was brutal, Bruce lee vs Connor McGregor, Muhammad Ali vs a street fighter. The big bully smacked Troy right to the ground, all Troy could see was a blurry form of a man, it was old Joe Denham. “you really stuffed up here boy” he said as he gave the bully a beating of a lifetime, he punched him in the face, kneed him in the guts and ninja-kicked him to the ground. As the bully got up with a bleeding nose and two bloodshot eyes he said “please…don’t hurt me anymore” in a whimper like voice, old Joe Denham replied to that pathetic comment by saying “don’t think that were too old to beat punks like you up” as old Joe Denham spat on the helpless bully and walked out of the fight zone carrying Troy on his shoulders.
It was there and then that old Joe decided he’d teach Troy how to fight.
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“Ouch,” Troy said as another rock struck him, this time on the shoulder.
“Well learn to evade them,” Old Joe replied, throwing another pebble as if to punctuate his reply.
“Ouch,” said Troy as the fresh pebble bounced off his forehead.
“Son, you have to learn how to see the punch before it’s thrown. To slip before your opposition has even jabbed, to duck before the haymaker. Concentrate and relax. Focus and let go. Do whatever you need to, but learn not to get hit,” old Joe pleaded.
He threw another pebble. This time, Troy swayed back and dodged it Matrix style. “Learning fast,” said old Joe.
Chapter 3: Olgaf’s dastardly plan
Olgaf had been crunching numbers all night. His fingers were numb from bashing away at the keyboard. For eight hours he had been running simulations on the after effect of the bank crisis that he would plan.
His contacts back home – Ivan, Josef, Nicholai and Vlad – were just as exhausted. They too had been running the simulations. Each time, they were perfect.
“Comrades, we are ready,” Olgaf said in deep menacing tones via their secure video link.
Olgaf told his crew their jobs, Ivan and Josef would sneak into the godman bank and stick a kill stick to access all of the banks security, then Nicholai would use the information to convert the money to an offshore Russian account. They would do this for the top 10 banks in the US, then Vlad and Olgaf (both trained killers) would hack and kill on American soil and try to get Americas secrets. “Right!” said Olgaf “we are ready”.
All his crew mates have suffered by the Americans one way or another. Ivan lost his brother in the cold war by the Americans. It was a casual Saturday at home, Ivan’s brother Leon went to go food shopping, he never came home. At 6:05 PM, Russian police nocked on Ivan’s door and told me the heart breaking news, they never found the body, Josef lost his sister by an American swat team named 4ple, they wanted answers from the Russians and in return, they kidnaped Josef’s sister. Nicolai and Vlad both lost something as they are brothers. Their parents were sleeper agents who spied on the American’s space program in Cape Canaveral. When the CIA found out, that was the end of them. Two gunshots out the back of a seedy bar. The local cops put it down to a robbery gone wrong. But Nicolai and Vlad were old enough to know the truth and that is why they all agreed to help Olgaf.
Now, the five trained killers and expert hackers were ready for their revenge.
Chapter 4: the fall of the banks
As bankers jostled through Wall street juggling their Wall Street Journals, iPhone’s and coffees, Ivan and Josef made their way to Godman Bank’s Romanesque office tower. They were indistinguishable from the hordes of other suited men, dressed impeccably in dark suits, white shirts, shiny Italian shoes and gold cufflinks. The only giveaway, had anyone been looking for one, was the steely determination which showed in their clenched jaws.
“Goot morning,” Ivan said to the receptionist on the 72nd floor of the Godman Building. Had she looked up and raised the alarm, maybe tens of thousands of lives would have been saved. But she didn’t.
Ivan strode toward the computer server room, tucked behind a dressing room and quickly got changed. He then went into the main server room and inserted the kill stick, the kill stick that would rob the godman bank. Him and Josef inserted a bitcoin message to convert all the godman’s money to an offshore Russian account. He put in the stick and alarms bussed in his ear, BEEP, BEEP,BEEP is the only thing he heard. Ivan dashed out of the building. Drive! Ivan screamed as police were closing in on the big beige van. Josef was also an expert driver and could quickly get out of sticky situations like this.
The escape was intense, Josef’s fingers felt numb by squeezing the drive wheel. Ivan was in the back locating and stealing the money in the godman bank. He used bitcoin online banking and started to convert money into his account. The police were only inches away from the van when Josef skilfully turned into a street corner and the police cars all dropped into the water, Josef just laughed while scraping the van as Ivan tripped over “slow down!” screeched Ivan, but Josef had one look at him and continued to drive, not caring who he killed or what damage he was causing. After he lost the police, Josef drove back trying not to crash into a car or a street lamp and drove into Olgaf’s secret garage in the middle of nowhere.
Josef got out of the car and slammed the door, Ivan got out of the boot and they both started arguing “our plan was to not get noticed, you screwed that up by driving recklessly!” said Ivan “you were the one who set off the alarms!” Josef said, “QUIET DOWN YOU TWO” yelled Olgaf in a deep Russian accent “the good thing is you completed the mission, our secure bitcoin account has reached 100 Billion thanks to you two! oh and it’s good that your safe”. “we want our share Olgaf, you promised us you would agree” said the two of them “we all get 10 billion and the rest goes to our contrary Russia” said Olgaf “now only 10 more banks! Me and Nicholai will do the next two.
Back at old Joe’s house, Troy and Joe were watching their favourite tv show when a news lady popped up on the screen “we interrupt this program to give you braking news!” she said “down at the godman bank there has been a robbery, the police and FBI are all working on who this was and where are they now. Over 5 to 8 police officers died by drowning in the duplun river, my name is Jessica smith your reporter on CINY”. “Holy crap!” Screamed Troy “I know right, scary” said old Joe “she is so HOT!” said Troy dreamingly “are you kidding me!” said Joe “this stuff is real, and you got to focus on real life problems Troy!” said Joe “ok sorry! Jeez!” Exclaimed Troy.
Over in Russia, president jicöviĉ was getting inpatient “it’s been 5 days, what’s happening in the mission?” he said in an inpatient tone “it’s going well sir, in fact over 50 billion USD is in our accounts” said his second in charge “hmm, call them to see what there up to” said jicöviĉ RING RING, RING RING bussed Olgaf’s phone.
Chapter 5: Troy Brimstone hears the news
Bank after bank, robbery after robbery, the us could not control what was going on and they were scared, interruption after interruption Troy kept seeing Jessica’s face saying, “we interrupt this program to give you braking news!” as Troy kept dreaming and old Joe nodding repetitively looking at Troy. “what?” said Troy “nothing, it’s just that she…” Joe got cut of and Troy said “JESSICA!”, “Jessica, probably doesn’t know you exist! Look if you really like that girl then go make your first move not stalk the poor person!” said Joe “fine, I will plan a date in the next 3 days, I promise”.
And Troy Brimstone never breaks a promise. Never.
So he caught a train into mid-town Manhattan, where her studio was, and made his way to her office.
“Sir, can I help you,” the security guard at the entrance said.
“Troy Brimstone here to meet with Jessica Pike,” he said with utmost confidence.
“Sir you are not on the register…” the guard’s words were interrupted by alarms from the bank across the street.
WAMP WAMP WAMP WAMP – the deafening sound of alarms flooded the blocks around Lexington and 51st Street.
“The Russians,” said Troy as he burst out onto the street and toward the alarms.
He sprinted into the marble lobby, ignoring the police who tried to stop him. Instinct took over as he bolted up the stairs. He had no plan. He didn’t know where he was going. But he felt the need to do something. His athletic training took over – years of fight training and college football – and he leapt over the railing into the bank’s main branch area, all the while being jostled by people fleeing.
He scanned the vast bank branch and spied a man who didn’t seem to fit the surroundings. He was too tall, too severe looking, and his alligator shoes too fancy for a mid-tier bank like this. Instinctively, he ran toward the tall man, then asked him if he needed help.
“No, I am all goot thanks,” the man said. It was Ivan from Olgaf’s crew.
Troy picked the accent immediately. He started to interrogate the man asking questions like where are you from? Or what brought you to NY? The man started to get angry and told Troy “why are you asking me this stuff?” Troy replied by saying “you have a very deep Russian accent, what are you doing at this bank at this particular time?” he had one big look at Troy and punched him, “I am no one that concerns you, we will bring justice to our contrary” said the guy, and with that he left.
Troy trying to get up, his eyes all blurry, he was bleeding from his nose and his ears screeched, when he was unconscious, the Russian ran away. Troy quickly got up when he was conscious and went straight to the Russian and went for a jab, but the slick and fast Russian dodged the jab and punched Troy in the rib cage ouch! He thought. Then in his mind he remembered what old Joe taught him “see the jap before it’s taken, strike before it’s too late.” As Troy saw the next jab, this time towards his face he blocked the first one handed twisting the fist “aw!” he screeched. Then Troy kicked him in the head and was about to kick him once more when he saw the look on his poor face, a black eye and a bleeding nose, so he left him and then the news rolled in as they screamed a bunch of nonsense. Then troy saw in the corner of his eye, Jessica she said, “sir how do you feel saving billions of dollars and saving so much worry?” “great, I feel great as Troy smiled and kept his eyes on Jessica.
As Jessica was about to go into the news van Troy thought, it’s now or never.
“Miss Pike, would you like an exclusive interview,” he said with just the hint of a grin.
“How could I turn that down,” she said, and beckoned her crew to follow.after the exclusive interview Troy went up to Miss Pike “would you want to get some coffee with me sometime?” Troy said nervously “sure” said Miss Pike “here let me give you my number” said Miss Pike writing down the digits 8976 6794
“yes” Troy said quietly---
Old Joe was amazed to see Troy on the news. He couldn’t believe how Troy looked so heroic.
“That’s my boy,” he said as his aching knees sank into the rocking chair.
But Olgaf was not so proud. In fact, he wasn’t proud at all. He was furious.
“You don’t know who you are messing with, Troy Brimstone,” he said to the television.
“Nothing will get in the way ov our plan. Nothing.”
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