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December 12, 2017, 09:16:44 PM
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The reason he is not on those lits is because... he might be. But at the end of the day, China and the US have no extradition treaty so if he was on that list, there is nothing anyone can do about it.
 

Whether or not he can be extradited from China shouldn't play into whether or not he's on one of those lists. He stole what's worth $200MM now in BTC and its subsequent forks alone. That doesn't include Dash, Monero, Eth, and all the shitcoins that have blown up since his exit scam.

The silver lining is that if he wasn't shitting himself after a $6MM heist, he'll be well and truly shitting himself with a $200MM heist. People will be looking for him soon and they won't be law enforcement.

Do you REALLY think that people are gonna go track him down now to do him harm?

Please.


If anyone was gonna do it they would have a long time ago. The theft was officially reported at 10m. The value currently of the items stolen isnt important. As far as the feds are concerned (and they REALLY dont care)
it was a 10m dollar deal.

He got away with it, and thats all there is to it.

You're right. The Feds aren't interested in putting an additional $200M in their coffer. What were we thinking?

It wouldnt be the feds money... hence they dont care. They kept all the botcoins from silkroad, and as far as I know they are still there


Au contraire ...

The $48.2 million total proceeds means the government sold the bitcoins for an average of $334. In retrospect, the sale appears to be a matter of bad timing for the government: the price of a bitcoin was as high as $1,000 at the end of 2013 before the digital currency went into a prolonged slump until mid-2016 when it began to soar. The current price is around $4,400—meaning the Justice Department would have made around $630 million had the sale taken place today.

Or ~$2.5B today.

But if they recovered the stolen cryptsy funds, they would have to be returned to the origional owners... they should not become property of the government.

Should.. Key term
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December 12, 2017, 10:24:48 PM
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The reason he is not on those lits is because... he might be. But at the end of the day, China and the US have no extradition treaty so if he was on that list, there is nothing anyone can do about it.
 

Whether or not he can be extradited from China shouldn't play into whether or not he's on one of those lists. He stole what's worth $200MM now in BTC and its subsequent forks alone. That doesn't include Dash, Monero, Eth, and all the shitcoins that have blown up since his exit scam.

The silver lining is that if he wasn't shitting himself after a $6MM heist, he'll be well and truly shitting himself with a $200MM heist. People will be looking for him soon and they won't be law enforcement.

Do you REALLY think that people are gonna go track him down now to do him harm?

Please.


If anyone was gonna do it they would have a long time ago. The theft was officially reported at 10m. The value currently of the items stolen isnt important. As far as the feds are concerned (and they REALLY dont care)
it was a 10m dollar deal.

He got away with it, and thats all there is to it.

You're right. The Feds aren't interested in putting an additional $200M in their coffer. What were we thinking?

It wouldnt be the feds money... hence they dont care. They kept all the botcoins from silkroad, and as far as I know they are still there


Au contraire ...

The $48.2 million total proceeds means the government sold the bitcoins for an average of $334. In retrospect, the sale appears to be a matter of bad timing for the government: the price of a bitcoin was as high as $1,000 at the end of 2013 before the digital currency went into a prolonged slump until mid-2016 when it began to soar. The current price is around $4,400—meaning the Justice Department would have made around $630 million had the sale taken place today.

Or ~$2.5B today.

But if they recovered the stolen cryptsy funds, they would have to be returned to the origional owners... they should not become property of the government.

Should.. Key term


The only funds the judge ruled as belonging to the plaintiffs were the BTC in the key transaction. The US government have been otherwise proven to do what they want with their Civil Forfeiture laws.

There's no reason to assume they wouldn't wield that law to their advantage and take the following:

300,000 LTC x $400 = $120MM
450,000 DSH x $900 = $405MM
11,300 BCH x $1600 = $18MM

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December 13, 2017, 01:15:04 AM
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The reason he is not on those lits is because... he might be. But at the end of the day, China and the US have no extradition treaty so if he was on that list, there is nothing anyone can do about it.
 

Whether or not he can be extradited from China shouldn't play into whether or not he's on one of those lists. He stole what's worth $200MM now in BTC and its subsequent forks alone. That doesn't include Dash, Monero, Eth, and all the shitcoins that have blown up since his exit scam.

The silver lining is that if he wasn't shitting himself after a $6MM heist, he'll be well and truly shitting himself with a $200MM heist. People will be looking for him soon and they won't be law enforcement.

Do you REALLY think that people are gonna go track him down now to do him harm?

Please.


If anyone was gonna do it they would have a long time ago. The theft was officially reported at 10m. The value currently of the items stolen isnt important. As far as the feds are concerned (and they REALLY dont care)
it was a 10m dollar deal.

He got away with it, and thats all there is to it.

You're right. The Feds aren't interested in putting an additional $200M in their coffer. What were we thinking?

It wouldnt be the feds money... hence they dont care. They kept all the botcoins from silkroad, and as far as I know they are still there


Au contraire ...

The $48.2 million total proceeds means the government sold the bitcoins for an average of $334. In retrospect, the sale appears to be a matter of bad timing for the government: the price of a bitcoin was as high as $1,000 at the end of 2013 before the digital currency went into a prolonged slump until mid-2016 when it began to soar. The current price is around $4,400—meaning the Justice Department would have made around $630 million had the sale taken place today.

Or ~$2.5B today.

But if they recovered the stolen cryptsy funds, they would have to be returned to the origional owners... they should not become property of the government.

Should.. Key term


The only funds the judge ruled as belonging to the plaintiffs were the BTC in the key transaction. The US government have been otherwise proven to do what they want with their Civil Forfeiture laws.

There's no reason to assume they wouldn't wield that law to their advantage and take the following:

300,000 LTC x $400 = $120MM
450,000 DSH x $900 = $405MM
11,300 BCH x $1600 = $18MM



Do we know what happened to those coins? Like did they get dropped in a wallet and left as well or did he actually take those?
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December 13, 2017, 06:04:32 AM
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The reason he is not on those lits is because... he might be. But at the end of the day, China and the US have no extradition treaty so if he was on that list, there is nothing anyone can do about it.
 

Whether or not he can be extradited from China shouldn't play into whether or not he's on one of those lists. He stole what's worth $200MM now in BTC and its subsequent forks alone. That doesn't include Dash, Monero, Eth, and all the shitcoins that have blown up since his exit scam.

The silver lining is that if he wasn't shitting himself after a $6MM heist, he'll be well and truly shitting himself with a $200MM heist. People will be looking for him soon and they won't be law enforcement.

Do you REALLY think that people are gonna go track him down now to do him harm?

Please.


If anyone was gonna do it they would have a long time ago. The theft was officially reported at 10m. The value currently of the items stolen isnt important. As far as the feds are concerned (and they REALLY dont care)
it was a 10m dollar deal.

He got away with it, and thats all there is to it.

You're right. The Feds aren't interested in putting an additional $200M in their coffer. What were we thinking?

It wouldnt be the feds money... hence they dont care. They kept all the botcoins from silkroad, and as far as I know they are still there


Au contraire ...

The $48.2 million total proceeds means the government sold the bitcoins for an average of $334. In retrospect, the sale appears to be a matter of bad timing for the government: the price of a bitcoin was as high as $1,000 at the end of 2013 before the digital currency went into a prolonged slump until mid-2016 when it began to soar. The current price is around $4,400—meaning the Justice Department would have made around $630 million had the sale taken place today.

Or ~$2.5B today.

But if they recovered the stolen cryptsy funds, they would have to be returned to the origional owners... they should not become property of the government.

Should.. Key term


The only funds the judge ruled as belonging to the plaintiffs were the BTC in the key transaction. The US government have been otherwise proven to do what they want with their Civil Forfeiture laws.

There's no reason to assume they wouldn't wield that law to their advantage and take the following:

300,000 LTC x $400 = $120MM
450,000 DSH x $900 = $405MM
11,300 BCH x $1600 = $18MM



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December 13, 2017, 09:04:02 PM
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Hey, I need HELP!

I just noticed someone took my account here, Bagholder010 and starting typing crap about some Best IoT Platform Based on Blockchain!

WHY ME WT#$%?

How can I get it back as I have messages there from people here? When I click Help on top left page it doesn't show any button to contact forum admins about this.

EDIT :How can I contact an admin here?
Or can an admin contact me?
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December 13, 2017, 09:09:25 PM
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Talk to Horus

BTC: 1DEj5mbjoYXqvRKfoS4yqtdvSKHpQ4hFLu
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December 13, 2017, 09:12:45 PM
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Talk to Horus

Didn't he also got hacked lol? no offense but I will Cry
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December 14, 2017, 12:13:39 AM
Last edit: January 03, 2018, 07:16:11 PM by mymenace
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let the games begin...

Horus

You want proof?))) In the last 20 minutes: Horus confessed in chat about the theft and shortage on the accounts balances.

PROJECT INVESTORS, INC. d/b/a CRYPTSY, a Florida corporation,
PAUL VERNON, an individual,
Shanghai Sharks Shandong Golden Stars
currently in thread 12/17/17 -
(01.01.17) Last Active: 12-17-2017


LORIE ANN NETTLES, an individual, RIDGEWOOD INVESTMENTS, INC., a New Jersey corporation, and  KAUSHAL MAJMUDAR, individually

https://coinjournal.net/cryptsy-paul-vernon-exchange-china/

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Leo Iruke, Esq. CEO
Chris Morrision CMO
Valton Eason Chief Business Developer and Co-Founder

Has Roger Ver lost his fuckin' mind? (this thread is about Marshall Long)  - Ha people gonna lose rep due to association 
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1303147.320
 
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Cryptsy Implodes with Bizarre Blog Statement


If you still hold funds on an exchange and you're not actively trading those funds, you stand to lose it all with no recourse. Get out of Bittrex, get out of Poloniex, and especially get out of Bitfinex.




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December 14, 2017, 01:04:54 AM
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<snip>

Cryptsy would tell you that everybody who were overpaid, repaid the overpayments in full, and that they're only experience normal everyday hiccups, with them being insolvent as ONLY a rumor perpetuated by trolls.


Who would've thunk it?
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December 14, 2017, 03:38:14 AM
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Noobie Savant.

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Thank you for your approval. I'll cherish it forever.
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December 16, 2017, 05:42:28 AM
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YW    Grin


Most of us get kicked around a piece as Noobs.

Enjoy your 15 minutes of.....ooops, gone!
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December 17, 2017, 09:46:05 AM
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"Dear Paul,

I expect you to transfer my 7.6 BTC which you are still holding AND my 7.6 BCH (August fork) to my adresses:  BTC: 1EYE415vGCNWvQWiokWbu9ySJ6GnoNQfej and BCH: 12uWkmrtmyKJyGZUFqWW8y2UZW9ZJghEMJ".

Many thanks in advance for Hodling our coins, as for they are worth much more now."



4P  Cheesy
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December 17, 2017, 10:28:34 AM
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YW    Grin


Most of us get kicked around a piece as Noobs.

Enjoy your 15 minutes of.....ooops, gone!

Haha. Some of us are just lurkers Smiley I've been around since 2013.

I've been following this thread for two years, I just never felt the need to post as I'd written off my losses ages ago and re-bought while the price was stupidly low.

This thread had just gotten quiet, and the increase market cap of all these coins just made the whole thing interesting again so I thought I'd pipe up once I saw stolen funds value approaching $1B.
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"Dear Paul,

I expect you to transfer my 7.6 BTC which you are still holding AND my 7.6 BCH (August fork) to my adresses:  BTC: 1EYE415vGCNWvQWiokWbu9ySJ6GnoNQfej and BCH: 12uWkmrtmyKJyGZUFqWW8y2UZW9ZJghEMJ".

Many thanks in advance for Hodling our coins, as for they are worth much more now."



4P  Cheesy

Dear 4power
Will return your coins as soon as I find that naughty rascal who hacked our trusty exchange.
Meanwhile please send any hot tips and link to this thread to your local law enforcment.
They'll get right on it......
Regards
Paul





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YW    Grin


Most of us get kicked around a piece as Noobs.

Enjoy your 15 minutes of.....ooops, gone!

Haha. Some of us are just lurkers Smiley I've been around since 2013.

I've been following this thread for two years, I just never felt the need to post as I'd written off my losses ages ago and re-bought while the price was stupidly low.

This thread had just gotten quiet, and the increase market cap of all these coins just made the whole thing interesting again so I thought I'd pipe up once I saw stolen funds value approaching $1B.

large amount, I imagine the higher it goes the higher the reward, not just on bigvern but those connected who can lead to him.


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December 17, 2017, 10:08:40 PM
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When I think about vern and all that stash, my brain plays a script like an indiana jones movie treasure hunt mixed with some international gangsters and maybe some mission impossible style james bonding.. Without all the running ofcourse..
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December 18, 2017, 04:16:17 AM
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When I think about vern and all that stash, my brain plays a script like an indiana jones movie treasure hunt mixed with some international gangsters and maybe some mission impossible style james bonding.. Without all the running ofcourse..

Well, that's one up-side of stolen Crypto -- digital / CGI-based revenge.  Smiley
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December 18, 2017, 02:38:10 PM
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Whats the link between  luckycoin and paul?found this link

https://pastebin.com/gFgSazs0
 

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December 18, 2017, 03:48:02 PM
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Whats the link between  luckycoin and paul?found this link

https://pastebin.com/gFgSazs0
 



And Daniel Edgecumbe is behind https://zombo.co.in/

Ask me how I know.
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December 18, 2017, 05:03:44 PM
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Whats the link between  luckycoin and paul?found this link

https://pastebin.com/gFgSazs0
 



Very interesting..

Did he say he was searching the cryptsy database that supposedly was wiped off the servers?
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