Two Years of LitecoinPool.org – The Winners
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2013-11-21 15:50 UTC (7 years ago)
Thanks to all the miners who participated in our initiative to celebrate the second anniversary of LitecoinPool.org! As promised, 10 winners have been drawn, and their messages have been engraved in the block chain. Here they are:
|463562||I can almost see my house from up here|
|463572||Iris my daughter I love you to eternity and back|
|463576||To my future self: Stay strong, reach your dream.|
|463600||2013.11.08 is our 5th wedding anniversary. I love you forever!|
|463612||Remember, be nice to your mum!|
|463623||My dear brother Branimir, I'm so sorry you left Earth before LTC came!!!|
|463624||Ich liebe ein baerchen.|
|463657||Dalibor Calic je bio ovde :)|
|463711||Don't look back! Don't look to the future! Look at now and feel good! DM|
|464082||a lite in the dark, a pool in the desert|
|464107||In Cryptography We Trust|
|464131||The only good chains are blockchains!|
|464135||If at first you don't succeed, mine, mine again|
|464162||All your coin are belong to us|
All 15 messages are now permanently engraved in the Litecoin block chain, and stored on every computer running the official Litecoin client!
The messages have been prefixed with the string /LP^2/, so on Linux you can display them with the following one-liner:
grep -ao /LP^2/.\*/ ~/.litecoin/blocks/blk00011.dat
Alternatively, you can use an online block explorer to display a hex-encoded version of each message. Click on the first transaction of the block, then on the “Raw transaction” link: the message is located in the “raw_scriptSig” field. You can use a tool to convert the hexadecimal string to ASCII text.