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Title: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: Hiroaki on December 06, 2016, 10:45:45 AM
I m selling my Ethereum *.json wallet that I bought at Ethereum crowd sale (Genesis). It includes 8000 ETH. Unfortunately I don't know the password anymore, that is the reason why I'm selling it :( Anyone interested ?

Starting Bid: 2.0 BTC
Increments: 0.1 BTC


Auction will be valid until Wednesday December 21, 2016 7:00 pm New York Time (1:00 am in Stockholm)
Auction is finished if there is minimum difference of 30 minutes between last offers.

I m going to provide more information about potential password to the winner (min. Characters, language, symbols used,...)

https://etherscan.io/address/0x6966063aa5de1db5c671f3dd699d5abe213ee902


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: mastica on December 06, 2016, 01:07:37 PM
I m selling my Ethereum *.json wallet that I bought at Ethereum crowd sale (Genesis). It includes 8000 ETH. Unfortunately I don't know the password anymore, that is the reason why I'm selling it :( Anyone interested ?

Starting Bid: 2.0 BTC
Increments: 0.1 BTC


Auction will be valid until Wednesday December 21, 2016 7:00 pm New York Time (1:00 am in Stockholm)
Auction is finished if there is minimum difference of 30 minutes between last offers.

I m going to provide more information about potential password to the winner (min. Characters, language, symbols used,...)

https://etherscan.io/address/0x6966063aa5de1db5c671f3dd699d5abe213ee902

Im confused why are you selling something for low ammount even without knowing the password, i mean, whats the interest into a big ammount without the password? Its the same as have 2 milion bitcoins into a wallet and forget the password, its useless, maybe some people will try to get this but its a huge ammount for you be giving to others people, and worse you will tell the potencial password? Looks like more you had hacked and stealed those.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: cyberarmy786 on December 06, 2016, 01:30:56 PM
I am confused too


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: Hiroaki on December 06, 2016, 02:56:49 PM
I m selling my Ethereum *.json wallet that I bought at Ethereum crowd sale (Genesis). It includes 8000 ETH. Unfortunately I don't know the password anymore, that is the reason why I'm selling it :( Anyone interested ?

Starting Bid: 2.0 BTC
Increments: 0.1 BTC


Auction will be valid until Wednesday December 21, 2016 7:00 pm New York Time (1:00 am in Stockholm)
Auction is finished if there is minimum difference of 30 minutes between last offers.

I m going to provide more information about potential password to the winner (min. Characters, language, symbols used,...)

https://etherscan.io/address/0x6966063aa5de1db5c671f3dd699d5abe213ee902

Im confused why are you selling something for low ammount even without knowing the password, i mean, whats the interest into a big ammount without the password? Its the same as have 2 milion bitcoins into a wallet and forget the password, its useless, maybe some people will try to get this but its a huge ammount for you be giving to others people, and worse you will tell the potencial password? Looks like more you had hacked and stealed those.


I am confused about your wording. Maybe you don't understand English very well ?
Anyway I am going to respond to your accusations, most people that know me in the bitcoin space can tell you, that I am not stealing from other people  >:(

Why than the low amount ? Because I don't know my password anymore, I don't have the time to bruteforce it (maybe it will take years) and thus I prefer a lower amount now, than maybe finding out my password in the future, understandable ?

I am also not telling the potential password, I can just describe, what language I used, names symbols etc. , all this information could be very helpful to bruteforce it. If you are not interested in it, I totally can understand it, but I don't like beeing accused of theft.

I also could provide original email from when I bought the ether, but this doesn't proof much, as it also could be stolen.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: AcoinL.L.C on December 06, 2016, 05:09:40 PM
Any idea of how many characters the password contains?


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: Hiroaki on December 06, 2016, 05:16:06 PM
Any idea of how many characters the password contains?

It is a phrase, I would say max. 20 characters (low chances that it is more than 25 characters).


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: n691309 on December 06, 2016, 05:35:22 PM
That's 77BTC worth of ethereum and since I don't know much about bruteforcing I would suggest you to hire a developer and bruteforce the password, if you know how many characters, if it contains symbols, number etc. Better than you nobody knows about this wallet so this idea could be the best for you. My 2 cents.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: Doubler Disburser 232515 on December 06, 2016, 11:25:50 PM
I'll ask the obvious question - can you sign a message from the wallet or prove what the balance of coins there are?


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: AcoinL.L.C on December 07, 2016, 12:02:23 AM
I'll ask the obvious question - can you sign a message from the wallet or prove what the balance of coins there are?

Welcome to cryptocurrencies, where the # of coins is publicly viewable. The address (as stated in the original post): https://etherscan.io/address/0x6966063aa5de1db5c671f3dd699d5abe213ee902


There are clearly 8000 coins here. No movement since the ETH ICO, meaning its likely he was an early investor and forgot about his coins until now.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: HotSwap on December 07, 2016, 01:00:32 AM
I m selling my Ethereum *.json wallet that I bought at Ethereum crowd sale (Genesis). It includes 8000 ETH. Unfortunately I don't know the password anymore, that is the reason why I'm selling it :( Anyone interested ?

Starting Bid: 2.0 BTC
Increments: 0.1 BTC


Auction will be valid until Wednesday December 21, 2016 7:00 pm New York Time (1:00 am in Stockholm)
Auction is finished if there is minimum difference of 30 minutes between last offers.

I m going to provide more information about potential password to the winner (min. Characters, language, symbols used,...)

https://etherscan.io/address/0x6966063aa5de1db5c671f3dd699d5abe213ee902

not worth shit without hte password!


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: bassdude on December 07, 2016, 01:09:51 AM
I m selling my Ethereum *.json wallet that I bought at Ethereum crowd sale (Genesis). It includes 8000 ETH. Unfortunately I don't know the password anymore, that is the reason why I'm selling it :( Anyone interested ?

Starting Bid: 2.0 BTC
Increments: 0.1 BTC


Auction will be valid until Wednesday December 21, 2016 7:00 pm New York Time (1:00 am in Stockholm)
Auction is finished if there is minimum difference of 30 minutes between last offers.

I m going to provide more information about potential password to the winner (min. Characters, language, symbols used,...)

https://etherscan.io/address/0x6966063aa5de1db5c671f3dd699d5abe213ee902

not worth shit without hte password!

if he had the password i imagine it would not be for sale lol


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: bassdude on December 07, 2016, 01:11:34 AM
how about you give me the wallet and if i manage to crack it ill give you %30 of whats inside


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: buckrogers on December 07, 2016, 03:17:52 AM
how about you give me the wallet and if i manage to crack it ill give you %30 of whats inside

That seems fair, id offer the same or more :)


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: Rmcdermott927 on December 07, 2016, 03:34:01 AM
By "phrase", do you mean it's random, non related words?   Or is it a coherent phrase from somewhere?


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: wheelz1200 on December 07, 2016, 04:04:02 AM
Interesting but a 20 digit phrase would be dam hard to crack, do you have any other details?  Have you had a professional try yet or just throwing this up now....


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: Hiroaki on December 07, 2016, 09:03:10 AM
By "phrase", do you mean it's random, non related words?   Or is it a coherent phrase from somewhere?

It is a phrase with words, so not just random symbols. (as written above I also could provide more information regarding potential password)

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Interesting but a 20 digit phrase would be dam hard to crack, do you have any other details?  Have you had a professional try yet or just throwing this up now....
I already tried, but until now no results.

I am also willing to sell it for a lower price and split wallet if it could be cracked. I m also open for other proposals.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: bassdude on December 07, 2016, 09:33:04 AM
The best deal for anyone to buy this is to take an offer on a percentage to crack it because the buyer will have to spend a decent amount on paying somone to crack it so the outlay for the buyer to take a risk is not worth it and probably cant be cracked. My offer stands at 30 percent of whats in the wallet if it can be cracked.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: squall1066 on December 11, 2016, 10:01:04 PM
my problem is no matter how honest you are, what if you sell and one morning you wake up and go" yes I remember it" and take the funds back, if the buyer claims the coins have been moved there no real proof who it was, win/win seller.

I have to admit, it's interesting, but to risk anything not knowing if I can get it out before Eth drops below what its bought for, I will have to think on it.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: squall1066 on December 11, 2016, 10:07:12 PM
my problem is no matter how honest you are, what if you sell and one morning you wake up and go" yes I remember it" and take the funds back, if the buyer claims the coins have been moved there no real proof who it was, win/win seller.

I have to admit, it's interesting, but to risk anything not knowing if I can get it out before Eth drops below what its bought for, I will have to think on it.

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I am also willing to sell it for a lower price and split wallet if it could be cracked. I m also open for other proposals.

sorry I just read this, how much would you trust me  ::) I have some brute force code (with character choices) and a unit I could chuck it on, you would know if I got it as coins would be moving out  ;D have a think.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: prince V on December 13, 2016, 06:09:02 PM
can you tell me your country?i have ny workers across the globe if i have my worker in your country he will sit with you and do this work for free and after you get your pass you can pay 20% amt to him.i think this isnt big work because i have seen these works already done before in many cases so in few hrs it can be done as far i know.
some time its done in a hr and sometimes in a day  and some times weeks.
if your are from philip or london or capetown or quwait you can visit my office and we will workout this in professional way for you.
we are licensed in all these countries i will give you remainibg details later first let me know how you wish to work


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: iglasses on December 14, 2016, 06:50:36 PM
You seem pretty chill for a guy who is out 65 dimes.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: Au-OG on December 16, 2016, 03:13:58 PM
I’m in the same boat, but I’m not giving up on my wallet, it’s much less than yours but still too much for me to just let go.

RE: “I don't have the time to bruteforce it (maybe it will take years) “

Last bruteforce estimation I looked at with the full character set required was 27,000 years. That is to say if the password was randomly generated you’ve got buckley’s chance.

But if as you say “It is a phrase with words, so not just random symbols” and you think you know part of the password or its potential components it  there’s a couple of programs you can compile (I did it and my experience using terminal and coding is rudimentary at best) which while limited in their scope can still do quite a lot.
 

A Brief summary of my experience….

Walletrecoveryservices.com
Decided I would try Dave from walletrecoveryservices as there is plenty of people who vouch for him.
I only had one potential password candidate at this point and to this day I'm still uncomfortable that I sent my wallet file off.
Other than these guys I wouldn’t recommend handing my wallet  over to a third party.


Pyethrecover
https://github.com/ryepdx/pyethrecover
Great for my sanity if not much else, instead of fretting whether I was repeating a password attempt or forgetting a possibility I just thought of. This lets you just save all your password possibilities in one text file and test them.


Ethcracker
https://github.com/lexansoft/ethcracker
This is what I’m working with currently, lets you test a file with password components e.g if you think your password had say 3 parts…

Say one of cat ,dog, or fish,
and one of 123 345 or 567,
and one of @ $ or !

It will try every combination of those components. Cat123@, 345!dog etc etc
CPU only, so takes my setup about 24 hours to run through about 45 million passwords.


Walletrecovery
https://github.com/prabhatsharma/walletrecovery
Haven’t tried this one yet, but it's next! lets you test up to 4 wildcards with your password guesses.

Hope I've encouraged you to have a crack at it...feel free to PM if you have any questions!


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: AppleBTC on December 16, 2016, 03:53:57 PM
So did anyone manage to get the 8000 Ethereum out of the wallet yet?


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: Fortify on December 17, 2016, 09:44:33 AM
So did anyone manage to get the 8000 Ethereum out of the wallet yet?

It looks like the owner of the wallet only handed it to one other company and regrets even doing that, so I guess he wants a bit more control over the password cracking service.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: Near28 on February 26, 2018, 03:38:59 PM
Is the offer still available? I am very interested in it.

unfortunately I can not write you a PM, please contact me.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: AlexKorn on February 27, 2018, 05:38:16 PM
Hello, tell me, do you still sell the purse ETH? Also, I can offer you password recovery, if we can find the password you pay us 90% of ETH agree?


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: Technomahiks on February 28, 2018, 04:28:13 AM

First of all what type of information you can provide against the btc payment.





Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: AlexKorn on February 28, 2018, 07:44:33 PM
I suggest you restore the purse ... you give us a purse, we pick up the password, and then you give us 90% of the coins, and 10% is left for you! So it goes?


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: BTC-Graphicdesigns on March 01, 2018, 07:37:26 AM
A 20 digit phrase will take years to bruteforce. Also OP is not really sure if it really is a 20 digit phrase and what symbols where used?


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: Technomahiks on March 01, 2018, 08:07:25 AM


I m going to provide more information about potential password to the winner (min. Characters, language, symbols used,...)




I don't think its enough info.

1. Where your wallet exists.
2.  Do you have a private key?
3. json wallet file ? which you were downloaded or not.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: legendster on March 01, 2018, 11:17:34 AM


I m going to provide more information about potential password to the winner (min. Characters, language, symbols used,...)




I don't think its enough info.

1. Where your wallet exists.
2.  Do you have a private key?
3. json wallet file ? which you were downloaded or not.

Why does it even other you? Stick to scamming people, maybe you will find a dumb person to send you some money. Its way better than pretending that you give a rat's ass about anything else.

Will advise OP to avoid this person.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: legendster on March 01, 2018, 11:21:09 AM
can you tell me your country?i have ny workers across the globe if i have my worker in your country he will sit with you and do this work for free and after you get your pass you can pay 20% amt to him.i think this isnt big work because i have seen these works already done before in many cases so in few hrs it can be done as far i know.
some time its done in a hr and sometimes in a day  and some times weeks.
if your are from philip or london or capetown or quwait you can visit my office and we will workout this in professional way for you.
we are licensed in all these countries i will give you remainibg details later first let me know how you wish to work


Btw, I would request you to post some of your previous success results. Maybe set you up with an empty wallet. Besides if you can indeed crack wallets, I have a legitimate job for you. No hacking / stealing BS. A real person who has had his money stuck in Blockchain.

Leaving this message on this auction thread for future reference. Would like to apologize to OP in advance.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: akes2090 on March 01, 2018, 01:04:30 PM
@OP: I can offer 0.1 BTC  :)

Its basically a gamble for me - as you correctly stated...bruteforcing can take years.

0.1 BTC now is probably worth more than spending the rest of your life with a wallet which you have no password to.

Alternatively - I can try brute-forcing using GPUs and some custom machine learning algorithms - if I'm successful then we split it 50:50


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: kfeedorek on March 02, 2018, 11:37:49 PM
I am interested in this. Willing to provide 50% and any other info for you to trust me


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: Marcusbok on March 31, 2018, 06:40:39 PM
Hey

I m interested to buy your wallet but teach me first how can i try to recover your account.

Ethereum *.json wallet - What type of this wallet?

I got the idea that you bought eth coin before official launching but where its stored. where i can try ?

if give me such details, i will pay max 2 btc righ t now.

let me know.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: jenia1 on April 01, 2018, 07:59:06 PM
If any help is needed in recovering,i have so.e experience in it and am willing to help. Feel free to pm me as most likely i wil not be monitoring this thread


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: usov_ivan on April 05, 2018, 01:05:44 PM
Looks like a scam, but i don't know. mb it's real


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: zerosoul on July 05, 2018, 09:15:12 AM
Lay out all the information available in the forum thread do not be greedy. For 2 years you have not been able to negotiate with anyone. Hence the recovery of the wallet from the brink of fiction


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: ccfortransparency on August 31, 2018, 01:31:46 AM
Well, I'm actually a developer/programmer and would like to give it a go, if you want to share 50/50 if I am able to crack the password given all the information you can, other than that I am not willing to put my money on the line as you could be lying about the details etc(just being realistic here).
But all information regards to it being a phrase is very helpfull, also what language would help a lot as a dictionary combination would be my first goto run.
If you get it sold, great, but if you don't - then hit me up with a PM.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: ccfortransparency on August 31, 2018, 01:37:56 AM
And I'm from Denmark(I assume you are Swedish), so we can speak in person or on the phone if you decide to maybe do the deal I suggested (50/50 if I break the password, making a written contract is also a possibility to avoid any of us getting cheated)
It's a long shot, but it's worth trying to crack if I can have some insight to what you might have chosen and doing some google scavenging aswell for sentences and quotes)


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: bavicrypto on September 09, 2018, 04:43:20 PM
That's a big bunch of ether stuck in that wallet @hiraoki
Won't be easy to bruteforce a 20 character code, unless you're certain about part of the password.

A better idea might be to book a wellness resort for a week, and who knows perhaps the code will suddenly pop back up in your head. Worth giving a shot, isn't it? ;D


Good luck with your hunt mate


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: Bradhamor on September 19, 2018, 01:51:55 AM
I would give Dave at wallet recovery service a try. I sent him an old BTC wallet which I had forgotten the password for. I didn’t really give him much information to work with regarding the password itself, and after several weeks he emailed saying he wasn’t successful in recovering the BTC but he would keep it on the back burner. 4-5 month’s went by and I had basically written it off, when I received an email from Dave stating that he had finally recovered my coins. He had taken the pre arranged fee and left the remainder of the wallet for me. Highly recommend his service!


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: CanaryInTheMine on September 20, 2018, 02:35:11 PM
I would give Dave at wallet recovery service a try. I sent him an old BTC wallet which I had forgotten the password for. I didn’t really give him much information to work with regarding the password itself, and after several weeks he emailed saying he wasn’t successful in recovering the BTC but he would keep it on the back burner. 4-5 month’s went by and I had basically written it off, when I received an email from Dave stating that he had finally recovered my coins. He had taken the pre arranged fee and left the remainder of the wallet for me. Highly recommend his service!
He is good, no doubt about it.  I'd recommend this option as well.  It's worth paying him if he's able to crack your phrase.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: ThePunisher49X on September 21, 2018, 12:51:55 AM
This auction is just about 2 years old. :D

If he still has access to the json I do not think he will want to give out any information as he regretted do so already from reading the past posts over the years.

That amount of eth is probably worth as much as it was back then anyways. ;)

Kindly close your thread if it is over and done with and you have given up on recovering or trying to sell it.
It is like kicking a dead horse when seeing this bumped up every few months. ::)


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: XIANNE25 on September 21, 2018, 03:07:09 AM
Very huge amount.. Maybe hackers can access it, hehehe I just checked the wallet, 8k eth is still intact


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: HashKiller2 on February 01, 2019, 12:23:04 PM
You can convert it to an $ethereum$ hash so I can run it through my huge wordlists. Link is below:

https://stealthsploit.com/2017/06/12/ethereum-wallet-cracking/

This only gives me the hash, not the wallet. If you REALLY do have it, you can easily do this :)


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: bitdaric on February 02, 2019, 04:02:14 PM
could you give me more info on what you will provide? PM me


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: r3db0ne on February 03, 2019, 10:40:10 AM
ive written a program to help some of my friends with their passwords.
happy to discuss this with you, I can send you the program and you can give it a shot yourself (trust that you'll give me a helpers bounty if successful).

DM me if you want to discuss


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: vit05 on February 04, 2019, 03:04:30 AM
This wallet is now valued at almost 1 million. It has already been worth a few million in the past. Incredible, and very disturbing. If even with the possibility of recovering 1 million it was not possible to find the password, it shows that it is always necessary to think a lot about how you will protect your investments.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: r3db0ne on February 06, 2019, 03:12:55 AM
Very true! I'd hate to lose that much  :P


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: turlando on February 11, 2019, 09:03:17 PM
No doubt about it, if you forgot the password this wallet will not cost any cent


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: lepbagong on February 15, 2019, 09:34:14 PM
Very true! I'd hate to lose that much  :P
Agree completely, that this is very sad to lose what we have, just because we forget what we did.
it must be written in a book more easily later. whereas a year later the price of eth which he had to receive was extraordinary, it was unfortunate when he should have received it happily. but we don't know whether it can be found again because the time is long enough. hopefully a solution can be found, hopefully this makes learning for us.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: niceboy999 on February 16, 2019, 11:19:57 AM
8000 Eth even eth value still down that too much money.i think you should hire some expert developers maybe they crack it.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: etherhack on April 04, 2019, 12:42:23 PM
You sell a Etherum Wallet without a Password? How much (when i get logged in i will pay an extra fee of 50% or more when we get together)money do you want for the .json and the other informations ?Contact us when you have other questions or when you want more money!
Please Reply to us !
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Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: badykvik on April 21, 2019, 10:52:52 PM
This wallet is a fortune and it worth everyone's attention however the wallet appears to have been successfully cracked, the last transaction was 20 days ago https://etherscan.io/address/0x6966063aa5de1db5c671f3dd699d5abe213ee902#tokentxns.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: marcotheminer on April 23, 2019, 07:32:40 AM
This wallet is a fortune and it worth everyone's attention however the wallet appears to have been successfully cracked, the last transaction was 20 days ago https://etherscan.io/address/0x6966063aa5de1db5c671f3dd699d5abe213ee902#tokentxns.

Wrong - 8000 ETH remains in the balance.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: Maninred on May 10, 2019, 08:53:44 AM
This wallet is a fortune and it worth everyone's attention however the wallet appears to have been successfully cracked, the last transaction was 20 days ago https://etherscan.io/address/0x6966063aa5de1db5c671f3dd699d5abe213ee902#tokentxns.

8k eth are still on the balance during 1379 days 17 hrs ago, so there is no any success still. But there were movements with ERC tokens more than month ago.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: Avirunes on May 16, 2019, 03:35:08 AM
This wallet is a fortune and it worth everyone's attention however the wallet appears to have been successfully cracked, the last transaction was 20 days ago https://etherscan.io/address/0x6966063aa5de1db5c671f3dd699d5abe213ee902#tokentxns.

8k eth are still on the balance during 1379 days 17 hrs ago, so there is no any success still. But there were movements with ERC tokens more than month ago.
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Incoming movements doesn't proves anything. If there is any outgoing transactions then it might prove some. There are many projects who in order to get noticed make transactions or spam the network like this.


Title: Re: Auction - Wallet with 8000 Ethereum
Post by: matjazs on October 04, 2019, 03:28:51 AM
I m selling my Ethereum *.json wallet that I bought at Ethereum crowd sale (Genesis). It includes 8000 ETH. Unfortunately I don't know the password anymore, that is the reason why I'm selling it :( Anyone interested ?

Starting Bid: 2.0 BTC
Increments: 0.1 BTC


Auction will be valid until Wednesday December 21, 2016 7:00 pm New York Time (1:00 am in Stockholm)
Auction is finished if there is minimum difference of 30 minutes between last offers.

I m going to provide more information about potential password to the winner (min. Characters, language, symbols used,...)

https://etherscan.io/address/0x6966063aa5de1db5c671f3dd699d5abe213ee902

Still looking to get access to your funds? PM me as I cant PM your for as I am a Newbie here ;)