[photo] Mark Jeftovic

easyDNS CEO, Career Contrarian & AntiGuru

Martin Armstrong and his vendetta against GOLD

marmstrongI have been reading Armstrong since he was putting out the typewritten samizdat stuff from prison. He is a hard person to size up. I have a pet conspiracy theory (just a theory) that he cut some kind of deal

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Things Go Better With Crypto: Introducing GPG Encryption on Your Email Forwarding

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We are happy to unveil a beta feature for email forwarding:

You can now optionally add GPG keys to individual mailmaps so that your forwarded email arrives at its next hop encrypted.

This means that if you are forwarding your email to your ISP, office, or third party email provider (including easyMail by easyDNS), the email will arrive on those servers encrypted and can only be decrypted by entering the passphrase to the corresponding private key.

The email address on the GPG key used does not need to match the address in your mailmap, you can use any public key … Read the rest

Is Bitcoin a safe store of value?

robert-hunt-1923-german-hyperinflationI just posted this in the thread Do you think Bitcoin is a safe store of value? on the Corner of Berkshire and Fairfax  (some of the smartest value investors you’ve never heard of frequent that board, it’s one of …… Read the rest

We live in a financial Bizarro World

Action-Comics-857-Eric-Powell-500x375Yesterday was bemoaned as one of the worst stock market sell-offs in some time, and even worse, the news keeps getting better.

“Solid jobs data weighs on US markets”

laments Associated Press. “Another largely solid U.S. jobs report kept a …… Read the rest

TDRP proceedings initiated in response to UK police shakedown

london copseasyDNS has filed an RFE (Request For Enforcement) with the .COM/.NET registry operator (Verisign) under the ICANN Tranfers Dispute Resolution Policy (TDRP) to transfer-out three domains currently locked down by Public Domain Registry in response to the City of London (UK) police shakedown requests.

The domains in question were initially suspended, taking the domains down. After requests from both easyDNS and the registrant, PDR restored the domains' original nameservers but kept them on lockdown, in their own words:

"We have currently unsuspended the .. domain names. However the domains have been locked until further investigations are made. We

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