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December 24, 2017, 06:57:53 PM
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Ok guys where is Paul Vernon, I hear places like China/ Malaysia & The Phillipines, you can't tell me this guy just ran and they don't even know in which country he is,.?

and is it 100% true he started Bitebi9 or was that just a rumor?
Hippe tech view. Maybe he in Philippine 20% ( mybe still in China 80% ),,
Who know ?? Who care
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December 24, 2017, 08:23:51 PM
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Ok guys where is Paul Vernon, I hear places like China/ Malaysia & The Phillipines, you can't tell me this guy just ran and they don't even know in which country he is,.?

and is it 100% true he started Bitebi9 or was that just a rumor?
Hippe tech view. Maybe he in Philippine 20% ( mybe still in China 80% ),,
Who know ?? Who care
Prime target is paycoin & coinbase now

PAUL VERNON,
Shanghai Sharks Shandong Golden Stars
currently in thread 12/17/17

Bitebi9 - Yes ask Horus, Marshall, Leroy
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1173703.msg26279842#msg26279842

seems like rewards are on the internet, contracts were made over a year ago, plenty of people know where he is.

right money and opportunity will get the job done

all people want is their coins back, 10000btc still untouched


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December 24, 2017, 10:41:25 PM
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great everything takes already years, now it's time we the people get our coins back.

let's hope this story will take a different turn then MTGox
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December 25, 2017, 11:17:09 AM
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Is there any way, by using our log in information, to get our Cryptsy trade history?
Thx in advance.

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December 25, 2017, 08:16:12 PM
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Ok guys where is Paul Vernon, I hear places like China/ Malaysia & The Phillipines, you can't tell me this guy just ran and they don't even know in which country he is,.?

and is it 100% true he started Bitebi9 or was that just a rumor?

it was him for sure... 100%
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December 25, 2017, 08:17:03 PM
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Is there any way, by using our log in information, to get our Cryptsy trade history?
Thx in advance.

No, Paul wiped the servers on the way out the door, so there is nothing to get.
Your username / password trade history, balances, everything gone.

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December 25, 2017, 08:19:16 PM
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Ok guys where is Paul Vernon, I hear places like China/ Malaysia & The Phillipines, you can't tell me this guy just ran and they don't even know in which country he is,.?

and is it 100% true he started Bitebi9 or was that just a rumor?

it was him for sure... 100%

And what's that means Huh
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December 25, 2017, 09:17:49 PM
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I hope someone put Paul Vernon asleep forever.
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December 25, 2017, 09:35:22 PM
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Is there any way, by using our log in information, to get our Cryptsy trade history?
Thx in advance.

No, Paul wiped the servers on the way out the door, so there is nothing to get.
Your username / password trade history, balances, everything gone.



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December 26, 2017, 07:35:48 AM
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Why doesn't Paul make a deal with the American law, if it was him I would go to the court asking how many got accepted to the settlement "it is probably way lower than 11300 BTC" go to jail for a year after giving like 9000 BTC's back and after one year he goes out with 2300 BTC's and he can actually walk free around he's own country meeting he's own family? That's of course if it was him + he has the wallet. 
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December 26, 2017, 08:48:58 AM
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good idea, are you reading this Paul?

Why doesn't Paul make a deal with the American law, if it was him I would go to the court asking how many got accepted to the settlement "it is probably way lower than 11300 BTC" go to jail for a year after giving like 9000 BTC's back and after one year he goes out with 2300 BTC's and he can actually walk free around he's own country meeting he's own family? That's of course if it was him + he has the wallet. 
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December 26, 2017, 10:15:35 AM
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Why doesn't Paul make a deal with the American law, if it was him I would go to the court asking how many got accepted to the settlement "it is probably way lower than 11300 BTC" go to jail for a year after giving like 9000 BTC's back and after one year he goes out with 2300 BTC's and he can actually walk free around he's own country meeting he's own family? That's of course if it was him + he has the wallet. 

he is not protected if he does that

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December 27, 2017, 05:01:52 AM
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Why doesn't Paul make a deal with the American law, if it was him I would go to the court asking how many got accepted to the settlement "it is probably way lower than 11300 BTC" go to jail for a year after giving like 9000 BTC's back and after one year he goes out with 2300 BTC's and he can actually walk free around he's own country meeting he's own family? That's of course if it was him + he has the wallet. 

Why on earth would he do that?

Right now, he gets to live out his life in another country without spending a year in jail, and if he still has the keys to the stolen bitcoins he could spend them all, any time he wants.

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December 27, 2017, 03:36:48 PM
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Why doesn't Paul make a deal with the American law, if it was him I would go to the court asking how many got accepted to the settlement "it is probably way lower than 11300 BTC" go to jail for a year after giving like 9000 BTC's back and after one year he goes out with 2300 BTC's and he can actually walk free around he's own country meeting he's own family? That's of course if it was him + he has the wallet. 

Why on earth would he do that?

Right now, he gets to live out his life in another country without spending a year in jail, and if he still has the keys to the stolen bitcoins he could spend them all, any time he wants.



I just thought of something. It's possible that in all of Paul's haste, he accidently rid the private keys with no chance of gaining access to the loot, hence opting for another heist not as lucrative but highly profitable nonetheless.

Unless he's a total fuckin idiot in wanting it all, he's original plan may have been to sit on the original stolen loot, then organically close down Cryptsy with minimum repercussions on his part. But when/if the mega loot was lost, he had to plan and implement another heist.
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December 27, 2017, 06:01:22 PM
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well maybe he hasnt used the bitcoins yet, that could mean he lost them

he did use my digibytecoins, those are gone
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December 28, 2017, 12:01:45 AM
Last edit: December 28, 2017, 12:18:28 AM by mymenace
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https://blockchain.info/tx/c7b46a79fd8887038bd3a8e884b04820038415a60e0b9d2c2f5bcff68a2687bf

https://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/c7b46a79fd8887038bd3a8e884b04820038415a60e0b9d2c2f5bcff68a2687bf




Total Input    $ 174,793,238.15 USD

18E3AWaadnUPQ1aMpfEoyTXN49NYAZzbpD $ 15,434,150.00
1DSxcqygQ69MxRc8oW94kQjWHzMb4BYsnG $ 15,434,150.00
1LwZYCt8dDhZDMd6uXGMwVsmWPXW9eX9Ww $ 15,434,150.00
13nAJw8jw7BiYKLnad9YGdPxybK9mgPkM6 $ 15,434,150.00
1DqCNwUffFTxULH8crehynw53TwrHnrv1c $ 15,434,150.00
1AWdxqABYiDxcY1sxzPzEotvjFjq8NUY8Z $ 15,434,150.00
18nb1NQCeoZLucMdrNdu2wb7jcyDvSgr3Y $ 1,483.22
13QxkdrhfeQ6aCF4TBWg8knQGBmiwL2rpV $ 15,434,150.00
17nmFFPSANbPGgdtoEEuc6xbHoaP1n6ZBb $ 15,434,150.00
14nzbWNMPjmvwy96uuFVXtj6VgChJtHvU9 $ 15,434,150.00
1315LzDFcBLDBKgVAr4ZhCkcT5GXivpiuj $ 15,434,150.00
1KBy6MvcBb2qQRS5fQT92o2c5Dq2W6ygx4 $ 20,450,248.75


Total Input    11,325.0965 BTC

18E3AWaadnUPQ1aMpfEoyTXN49NYAZzbpD 1,000 BTC
1DSxcqygQ69MxRc8oW94kQjWHzMb4BYsnG 1,000 BTC
1LwZYCt8dDhZDMd6uXGMwVsmWPXW9eX9Ww 1,000 BTC
13nAJw8jw7BiYKLnad9YGdPxybK9mgPkM6 1,000 BTC
1DqCNwUffFTxULH8crehynw53TwrHnrv1c 1,000 BTC
1AWdxqABYiDxcY1sxzPzEotvjFjq8NUY8Z 1,000 BTC
18nb1NQCeoZLucMdrNdu2wb7jcyDvSgr3Y 0.0961 BTC
13QxkdrhfeQ6aCF4TBWg8knQGBmiwL2rpV 1,000 BTC
17nmFFPSANbPGgdtoEEuc6xbHoaP1n6ZBb 1,000 BTC
14nzbWNMPjmvwy96uuFVXtj6VgChJtHvU9 1,000 BTC
1315LzDFcBLDBKgVAr4ZhCkcT5GXivpiuj 1,000 BTC
1KBy6MvcBb2qQRS5fQT92o2c5Dq2W6ygx4 1,325 BTC


That looks to me like one huge commission for a contract - who wouldn't pay to get their coins back?

News items might be able to help
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1173703.msg26279842#msg26279842

happy treasure hunting....



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December 28, 2017, 02:27:41 AM
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good idea, are you reading this Paul?

Why doesn't Paul make a deal with the American law, if it was him I would go to the court asking how many got accepted to the settlement "it is probably way lower than 11300 BTC" go to jail for a year after giving like 9000 BTC's back and after one year he goes out with 2300 BTC's and he can actually walk free around he's own country meeting he's own family? That's of course if it was him + he has the wallet. 

His ex-wife got the house & painted over all the keys on his man cave wall.   Grin
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December 28, 2017, 05:36:08 AM
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https://blockchain.info/tx/c7b46a79fd8887038bd3a8e884b04820038415a60e0b9d2c2f5bcff68a2687bf

https://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/c7b46a79fd8887038bd3a8e884b04820038415a60e0b9d2c2f5bcff68a2687bf




Total Input    $ 174,793,238.15 USD

18E3AWaadnUPQ1aMpfEoyTXN49NYAZzbpD $ 15,434,150.00
1DSxcqygQ69MxRc8oW94kQjWHzMb4BYsnG $ 15,434,150.00
1LwZYCt8dDhZDMd6uXGMwVsmWPXW9eX9Ww $ 15,434,150.00
13nAJw8jw7BiYKLnad9YGdPxybK9mgPkM6 $ 15,434,150.00
1DqCNwUffFTxULH8crehynw53TwrHnrv1c $ 15,434,150.00
1AWdxqABYiDxcY1sxzPzEotvjFjq8NUY8Z $ 15,434,150.00
18nb1NQCeoZLucMdrNdu2wb7jcyDvSgr3Y $ 1,483.22
13QxkdrhfeQ6aCF4TBWg8knQGBmiwL2rpV $ 15,434,150.00
17nmFFPSANbPGgdtoEEuc6xbHoaP1n6ZBb $ 15,434,150.00
14nzbWNMPjmvwy96uuFVXtj6VgChJtHvU9 $ 15,434,150.00
1315LzDFcBLDBKgVAr4ZhCkcT5GXivpiuj $ 15,434,150.00
1KBy6MvcBb2qQRS5fQT92o2c5Dq2W6ygx4 $ 20,450,248.75


Total Input    11,325.0965 BTC

18E3AWaadnUPQ1aMpfEoyTXN49NYAZzbpD 1,000 BTC
1DSxcqygQ69MxRc8oW94kQjWHzMb4BYsnG 1,000 BTC
1LwZYCt8dDhZDMd6uXGMwVsmWPXW9eX9Ww 1,000 BTC
13nAJw8jw7BiYKLnad9YGdPxybK9mgPkM6 1,000 BTC
1DqCNwUffFTxULH8crehynw53TwrHnrv1c 1,000 BTC
1AWdxqABYiDxcY1sxzPzEotvjFjq8NUY8Z 1,000 BTC
18nb1NQCeoZLucMdrNdu2wb7jcyDvSgr3Y 0.0961 BTC
13QxkdrhfeQ6aCF4TBWg8knQGBmiwL2rpV 1,000 BTC
17nmFFPSANbPGgdtoEEuc6xbHoaP1n6ZBb 1,000 BTC
14nzbWNMPjmvwy96uuFVXtj6VgChJtHvU9 1,000 BTC
1315LzDFcBLDBKgVAr4ZhCkcT5GXivpiuj 1,000 BTC
1KBy6MvcBb2qQRS5fQT92o2c5Dq2W6ygx4 1,325 BTC


That looks to me like one huge commission for a contract - who wouldn't pay to get their coins back?

News items might be able to help
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1173703.msg26279842#msg26279842

happy treasure hunting....



https://paulvernoncryptsy.wordpress.com/category/society/

There's still the question why fincen didn.t respond
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December 28, 2017, 05:43:42 AM
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https://paulvernoncryptsy.wordpress.com/category/society/

There's still the question why fincen didn.t respond


I don't know why but this just makes me laugh. Cheesy

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Paul Vernon of Cryptsy is the company's Chief Executive Officer. He says that Cryptsy provides a safe environment for users to trade crypto-currencies with other users in an efficient and easy way. Crypsty is currently registered with FinCEN and is working toward state licensing as a money transmitter. Paul Vernon says Cryptsy is also working toward accreditation by the Better Business Bureau, and says that Cryptsy is a solid and reputable company.

Maybe because for almost a year a bunch of us were telling people to get of that scam exchange and all I can think of for them not heeding that warning is their greed kept them there. There was a reason we were calling it Craptsy.

Kind of reminds me of the Bob surplus crew getting scammed while trying to scam others. I warned those coin holders as well.

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Paul Vernon of Cryptsy is the company's Chief Executive Officer. He says that Cryptsy provides a safe environment for users to trade crypto-currencies with other users in an efficient and easy way. Crypsty is currently registered with FinCEN and is working toward state licensing as a money transmitter. Paul Vernon says Cryptsy is also working toward accreditation by the Better Business Bureau, and says that Cryptsy is a solid and reputable company.

I had expected more from FINCEN.  https://www.fincen.gov/resources/international-programs
Government and fincen do not pay any attention to this case
Now the IRS can see which users (if they made a claim)  where on the site, and how much money they had parked at crypsty
To my knowledge Paul is still an American citizen, who can still be traced by the government”.
Has there already been an investigation request made internationally to arrest Paul?
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