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January 15, 2016, 05:32:08 PM
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It kinda ticks me off when people like BitJohn Rage quit, and say things like 'BTC is controlled by few im leaving the space' etc etc, yes well if there was some goddamn responsibility and accountability people wouldent fucking aquire hoards of it for fucking free. What a fucking shit storm.

Yano As I sit here..and think about all this.. its almost 100% impossible that no one else knew. Especially any one that had any dealings with the Wallets. Theres no way that any one in that 'department' *cough* dosent keep tabs on this stuff. IF they dident, their heads in the sand.. hell when Im playing in markets, I watch the block chain / explorer(s) for that pair like a HAWK, as I wanna know what may be possibly be comming down the pipe, and Im just a fucking trader.
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January 15, 2016, 05:34:05 PM
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i loss 2.6 btc,but im not in usa
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January 15, 2016, 05:38:47 PM
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another of the arch scammers and criminals BitJohn, never posting, these days, but shitting it in the background
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yes, the fbi are coming for you along with Vern mofo
time to pick which gang you're going to grovel to inside, take lube........... A LOT OF IT!  Grin
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January 15, 2016, 05:44:43 PM
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Well, its proven that factom addy is directly linked to the bunch of addresses associated with july hack.

We even had people https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=76620 confirming the use of the same factom addy for sending dust to different accounts so as to affiliate them with 'early adopters' or 'supporters of emerging crypto technologies' https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=990275.msg10945892#msg10945892.

This means that addresses that ever received dust from factom addy https://blockchain.info/address/1FactomGnNFTsTVx8jiGjcLKDpyL65GDsH are marked as early adopters.

Here is one of the hackers addresses: https://blockchain.info/address/1DqCNwUffFTxULH8crehynw53TwrHnrv1c and a transaction that links factom vanity address and recipient's addy
https://blockchain.info/tx/b6e2d9e639b1bb70bda4de160531d7f0cacca8f842edcedab9f945b76faf0d56 on april, 2.

This would imply factom faggots and this fellow https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidajohnston would be involved in cooperation with ppl linked to hacker`s addresses.

Whoever controls these addresses https://blockchain.info/tx/c7b46a79fd8887038bd3a8e884b04820038415a60e0b9d2c2f5bcff68a2687bf they're recognized as early adopters or supporters of factom foundation and could even be among backers of their ico. Or they themselves could work at factom.

Don't be that naive. Factom used this method to get some attention and if you do the math, you will see:


Approximately 31 BTC / 0.0005 BTC = 62,000 "Dust-transactions". Even friends of mine got a little surprise from Factom without having connections to Factom or being invested.

And no, to be recognized as supporter of blockchain-technologies (because somebody obviously has a Bitcoin-address) doesn't mean what you would like to imply with: "recognized as early adopters or supporters of factom foundation and could even be among backers of their ico. Or they themselves could work at factom."

Or do you believe Factom recognized early adopters of Factom by sending 0.0005 BTC to approx. 65,000 random addresses?

That's ridiculous.

And again: They didn't say that. Johnston said:

"The reason the Factom team sent these bitcoins out is to recognize you as an early adopter / supporter of new blockchain technology projects. (Your address was among many on the bitcoin ledger who previous supported other community projects)

We hope you will check out the Factom Software Sale and use this bit of bitcoin to claim your first Factoid(s) and thus be able to join our community as a beta tester / early adopter. "


He also said:

"If you aren't interested, that's cool just keep the BTC as a small tip for being an active part of the community."


It's called advertising. ;-) 
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January 15, 2016, 05:47:23 PM
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another of the arch scammers and criminals BitJohn, never posting, these days, but shitting it in the background
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yes, the fbi are coming for you along with Vern mofo
time to pick which gang you're going to grovel to inside, take lube........... A LOT OF IT!  Grin

You just typed today's Supa Fun Time Secret Word/Name, BitJohn ! .. WOOOOT !

err.. ahh.. too bad.. you're a Max Keiser ponzi pusher. Sad   You get nothing ! Tongue

Don't you just hate it when you forget to turn that damn AI/spam bot off ? eh BitJohn ?

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ya i clicked here and the first thing pops up is dwolla!!!~~~i thought they got kracked?

wtf fool? Cool

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I monitored Cryptsy Bitcoin and other alts wallets through blockchain analysis and it is pretty hard to me to believe that theft is caused by trojan virus infiltration to cold wallet.

First of all Cryptsy cold wallet then was not cold at all,otherwise how virus jumped to it from server?

Blockchain analysis gave me information that theft began not at 13:37:26 as posted on Cryptsy blog,but 5 hours earlier,through attack on hot wallet.Incident occured at 08:27:48,when someone took 500 BTC through 5 txs of 100 BTC each - https://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/Cryptsy.com-old?page=1202
These txs were:

https://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/e68f52a38f58e71b951a08650e20aea3f62f7331a3f548e99181f6dbf1cc1d51
https://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/48721871b11f716688fcf80a91a5c7586a1dddee83d90b84b564f3f29e11504c
https://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/790aa7ec2678552c88cf95110c0df4bcc16a72b8f7e6f331292b977cc6e481df
https://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/e8bb46bc6ea5f4580dd2b73f5d6a116e9023c84eb7c0fd4f34bcef3aca606fad
https://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/f3998a7e2e8b451106327d2c6e7f73ba58c2fd54b4bb3595b18a2d76e7d15f44

Cryptsy employees did not notice that their hot wallet was robbed for 5 hours,when big hack happenned to cold wallet.

One thing is interesting - these 500 BTC did not move at all after it - just like 1000s after big hack.In all BTC hacks till now,hackers never wait more than few hours to put stolen BTC in to the mixer.Except in this case.


Also I found Cryptsy DASH and DOGE main wallets.Cryptsy said that they did not hacked,but what happenned with coins in them.In DASH wallet was 456K DASH.Wallet was formed on 27.July.2014:

https://bitinfocharts.com/darkcoin/tx/ba798890d98936115001f69333956b558a4856c162516cb3ab46a6455de7a1eb

It is not hacked and from one of his big direct branches came 8433 DASH sent from Cryptsy on 5th.Oct.2015 to big DASH owner known as Otoh(http://i.imgur.com/Cb2ygx7.png):

https://bchain.info/DASH/tx/964716df9d475449a7abae56a57536d46bf466a1407a81e7d5ff5457d87827d9, pay attention on address Xqi7sWthYKFPCK3KHcKq8BqY9vMcWy4r3t  probably biggest direct branch from main DASH wallet


DOGE main wallet was also formed on the 27.July.2014 - https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/address/DN27P1saQQ1fYesKP1LHT5MdSXBpgqka85  - there was 9.5 billions of DOGE in it

On 5th.Aug 2014,DOGE was removed from that wallet in multiple 1 billion txs(like BTC in the hack,but as we know DOGE wasnt hacked) :

https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/ed788feeef777fedc20fa761e4ae40aa0be9da05a3fd312d5347c5bddad50941
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/b84e8b04cdd002d029f630bf4aa12814a2a9c33e0b2d58686cea7544d91b8180
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/b36b8e35d6dd4a738d5dc1059b9e9d9f1f7a7be063a77556d607778c77cef34e
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/ea1da0bea33f2f7a34ddaeb922b822c2faf43659ac2f4de15386bfc17f4c27c1
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/5c4a79c212d1ab5f8da3f4939ebf7ea0d8244fc3b9ddfd3db1b3de018757b44c
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/27250d554170ab262924ab812295b11610158b52b17122b37b7877b99fc50db6
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/1b2ef19cd8d61cbc9706acfed594f2894f3653a52fa37e418fc8d4087ca4ad97
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/6946e22733fd1565416fae48b33442a924ee1efaa39d204947f44ceba7c832c0
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/412433cad0ec9348984f33ab3088850acaf439d69262082688170738deff016a
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/71dd761230463b85ca5c9d780ff30feda415ce34c3a81b03e1568e5e31be9dfa


Plus this withdrawal taken place after Cryptsy lockdown wallets - https://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/85a5d1dfb7fd4589cf43321f65a9ed300e994b4e156653063a1c5912f908c18b


So there are a lot of mystery what is really happened with Cryptsy wallets

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January 15, 2016, 05:51:45 PM
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It's called advertising. ;-) 
Point is they somehow found this btc address so someone knows where it came from.
Or they simple did a random selection from the blockchain (most likely).

I am selling in stock OneStringMiner boards, based on the Bitfury chips. Have a look here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=495536.0
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January 15, 2016, 05:56:41 PM
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Somebody tries to fill the 6 mio addy with lighting speed: https://blockchain.info/address/3HNSiAq7wFDaPsYDcUxNSRMD78qVcYKicw.

500 btc arrived in the last couple of secs.

It keeps accumulating the funds - another 400 btc reached the addy within the last few seconds. They send there stunning amounts of money


Something is up... these addys initially recieved BTC from the whale address and now they are giving it back.

https://blockchain.info/address/3PLDPmjfzM8ms5mgt6uXXpMZvGFp8As4ue
https://blockchain.info/address/3P9vwpiJbtBM39g2VrrX5U5DbXmTyoM3Qr
https://blockchain.info/address/3HQr8ciuQRe578nEjEoEXiaNz7XP4Ru8Qb

The whale is now at 6400 BTC and counting .. Shocked

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Now at 5800+ after this 621 BTC dump..
https://blockchain.info/tx/8aef822aae9dbb89d61f43e58f2243efac68762ff639963102af69adf58de2f0

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January 15, 2016, 05:58:16 PM
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another of the arch scammers and criminals BitJohn, never posting, these days, but shitting it in the background
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yes, the fbi are coming for you along with Vern mofo
time to pick which gang you're going to grovel to inside, take lube........... A LOT OF IT!  Grin

Isn't the best part that ol BitJohn is military?  I think I'd rather him have a nice life long tax payer subsidized stay here:


This space not for rent...
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January 15, 2016, 06:04:23 PM
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It's called advertising. ;-) 
Point is they somehow found this btc address so someone knows where it came from.
Or they simple did a random selection from the blockchain (most likely).


Point is: They definitely made a random selection. It's about 62,000 addresses. It's like handing out flyers to 62,000 random people. To imply there would be close connections to everybody who received the "0.0005 BTC - flyer" is absurd.
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January 15, 2016, 06:05:08 PM
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Somebody tries to fill the 6 mio addy with lighting speed: https://blockchain.info/address/3HNSiAq7wFDaPsYDcUxNSRMD78qVcYKicw.

500 btc arrived in the last couple of secs.

It keeps accumulating the funds - another 400 btc reached the addy within the last few seconds. They send there stunning amounts of money


Something is up... these addys initially recieved BTC from the whale address and now they are giving it back.

https://blockchain.info/address/3PLDPmjfzM8ms5mgt6uXXpMZvGFp8As4ue
https://blockchain.info/address/3P9vwpiJbtBM39g2VrrX5U5DbXmTyoM3Qr
https://blockchain.info/address/3HQr8ciuQRe578nEjEoEXiaNz7XP4Ru8Qb

The whale is now at 6400 BTC and counting .. Shocked

edit

Now at 5800+ after this 621 BTC dump..
https://blockchain.info/tx/8aef822aae9dbb89d61f43e58f2243efac68762ff639963102af69adf58de2f0

For the laymen in here like me can you define 'The 6 MIO address'...Who's address, what significance does that have?
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January 15, 2016, 06:08:17 PM
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I monitored Cryptsy Bitcoin and other alts wallets through blockchain analysis and it is pretty hard to me to believe that theft is caused by trojan virus infiltration to cold wallet.

First of all Cryptsy cold wallet then was not cold at all,otherwise how virus jumped to it from server?

Blockchain analysis gave me information that theft began not at 13:37:26 as posted on Cryptsy blog,but 5 hours earlier,through attack on hot wallet.Incident occured at 08:27:48,when someone took 500 BTC through 5 txs of 100 BTC each - https://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/Cryptsy.com-old?page=1202
These txs were:

https://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/e68f52a38f58e71b951a08650e20aea3f62f7331a3f548e99181f6dbf1cc1d51
https://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/48721871b11f716688fcf80a91a5c7586a1dddee83d90b84b564f3f29e11504c
https://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/790aa7ec2678552c88cf95110c0df4bcc16a72b8f7e6f331292b977cc6e481df
https://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/e8bb46bc6ea5f4580dd2b73f5d6a116e9023c84eb7c0fd4f34bcef3aca606fad
https://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/f3998a7e2e8b451106327d2c6e7f73ba58c2fd54b4bb3595b18a2d76e7d15f44

Cryptsy employees did not notice that their hot wallet was robbed for 5 hours,when big hack happenned to cold wallet.

One thing is interesting - these 500 BTC did not move at all after it - just like 1000s after big hack.In all BTC hacks till now,hackers never wait more than few hours to put stolen BTC in to the mixer.Except in this case.


Also I found Cryptsy DASH and DOGE main wallets.Cryptsy said that they did not hacked,but what happenned with coins in them.In DASH wallet was 456K DASH.Wallet was formed on 27.July.2014:

https://bitinfocharts.com/darkcoin/tx/ba798890d98936115001f69333956b558a4856c162516cb3ab46a6455de7a1eb

It is not hacked and from one of his big direct branches came 8433 DASH sent from Cryptsy on 5th.Oct.2015 to big DASH owner known as Otoh(http://i.imgur.com/Cb2ygx7.png):

https://bchain.info/DASH/tx/964716df9d475449a7abae56a57536d46bf466a1407a81e7d5ff5457d87827d9, pay attention on address Xqi7sWthYKFPCK3KHcKq8BqY9vMcWy4r3t  probably biggest direct branch from main DASH wallet


DOGE main wallet was also formed on the 27.July.2014 - https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/address/DN27P1saQQ1fYesKP1LHT5MdSXBpgqka85  - there was 9.5 billions of DOGE in it

On 5th.Aug 2014,DOGE was removed from that wallet in multiple 1 billion txs(like BTC in the hack,but as we know DOGE wasnt hacked) :

https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/ed788feeef777fedc20fa761e4ae40aa0be9da05a3fd312d5347c5bddad50941
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/b84e8b04cdd002d029f630bf4aa12814a2a9c33e0b2d58686cea7544d91b8180
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/b36b8e35d6dd4a738d5dc1059b9e9d9f1f7a7be063a77556d607778c77cef34e
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/ea1da0bea33f2f7a34ddaeb922b822c2faf43659ac2f4de15386bfc17f4c27c1
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/5c4a79c212d1ab5f8da3f4939ebf7ea0d8244fc3b9ddfd3db1b3de018757b44c
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/27250d554170ab262924ab812295b11610158b52b17122b37b7877b99fc50db6
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/1b2ef19cd8d61cbc9706acfed594f2894f3653a52fa37e418fc8d4087ca4ad97
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/6946e22733fd1565416fae48b33442a924ee1efaa39d204947f44ceba7c832c0
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/412433cad0ec9348984f33ab3088850acaf439d69262082688170738deff016a
https://bitinfocharts.com/dogecoin/tx/71dd761230463b85ca5c9d780ff30feda415ce34c3a81b03e1568e5e31be9dfa


Plus this withdrawal taken place after Cryptsy lockdown wallets - https://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/85a5d1dfb7fd4589cf43321f65a9ed300e994b4e156653063a1c5912f908c18b


So there are a lot of mystery what is really happened with Cryptsy wallets



A lot of mystery? Dude, you just laid it all out for us! No mystery there, craptsy is complicit in this flat out robbery
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Read this taken from http://blog.cryptsy.com/:

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These are the approximate figures taken:
Bitcoin:  13,000 BTC
Litecoin:  300,000 LTC

This of course was a critical event for Cryptsy, however at the time the website was earning more than it was spending and we still have some reserves of those cryptocurrencies on hand.   The decision was made to pull from our profits to fill these wallets back up over time, thus attempting to avert complete closure of the website at that time.   This worked fine for awhile, as profits decreased due to low volume and low Bitcoin prices, we would adjust our spending accordingly.  It wasn’t until an article from Coinfire came out that contained many false accusations that things began to crumble.   The article basically caused a bank-run, and since we only had so much in reserves for those currencies problems began.  

Our current customer liabilities for BTC is around 10,000 BTC, so as you can see we would like to see the Bitcoins returned for both our users and for ourselves.

Here are the transaction details from the Bitcoin wallet:

https://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/0c07e0bec1002bd2

As you can see,  2014-07-29 13:17:36 is when the event occurred.   A very interesting fact here, however, is that those Bitcoins have not moved once since this happened.    This gives rise to the possibility they can be recovered.   In fact, I’m offering a bounty of 1000 BTC for information which leads to the recovery of the stolen coins.
recovered.   In fact, I’m offering a bounty of 1000 BTC for information which leads to the recovery of the stolen coins.

And watch this video from " Aug 13, 2014", nearly two weeks later:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJONR_UL1rw

"Unbelievable" is all i have to say ...

Or better "how to dig ones own hole" - presented by BigVerns Wink
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I’m obviously open to any other ideas people may have on this.


If you have information, you can email reward@cryptsy.com

Hi,

my idea:

withdrawal all altcoins to users who this requested and where the coins are exists.

create a contract like (MN-contracts) between the users of the group they do not payout or where not enough coins are available. then payout the profit of cryptsy (day, week or month) to the contract-holder.

so change cryptsy in a community-project.

Paul Vernon: This is an excellent idea! Seeing that I'm now flat broke, I'm hoping that the community will come together and donate to this noble cause. I promise that all moneys will be paid to the support staff manning the small office, with myself only earning a token $500/wk salary.

<the following at the expense of BF>

Paul Vernon: To paraphrase a wise man, let's call him Bruce Fenton, he said that an audit of past events will only reveal corruption with all them shady characters gone, so we should work with the new Cryptsy team because the world needs an A-1 altcoin exchange.
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January 15, 2016, 06:15:13 PM
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Somebody tries to fill the 6 mio addy with lighting speed: https://blockchain.info/address/3HNSiAq7wFDaPsYDcUxNSRMD78qVcYKicw.

500 btc arrived in the last couple of secs.

It keeps accumulating the funds - another 400 btc reached the addy within the last few seconds. They send there stunning amounts of money


Something is up... these addys initially recieved BTC from the whale address and now they are giving it back.

https://blockchain.info/address/3PLDPmjfzM8ms5mgt6uXXpMZvGFp8As4ue
https://blockchain.info/address/3P9vwpiJbtBM39g2VrrX5U5DbXmTyoM3Qr
https://blockchain.info/address/3HQr8ciuQRe578nEjEoEXiaNz7XP4Ru8Qb

The whale is now at 6400 BTC and counting .. Shocked

edit

Now at 5800+ after this 621 BTC dump..
https://blockchain.info/tx/8aef822aae9dbb89d61f43e58f2243efac68762ff639963102af69adf58de2f0

what is happening right now with this address sure is removing all "confidence" I was still having into cryptocurrencies. crypto journey will end for me soon. not buying anything crypto again from now on and will be liquidating what I have left asap  Angry
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January 15, 2016, 06:18:20 PM
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They should all go to F&*($ Jail. Stealing users money after they were hacked!!! They were all still sat on theree big wages while all our bitcoin was getting given away to all their friends in the know.. Total Scam

Jail time they need!

We're mostly adults here and won't judge you if pen "FUCKIN' JAIL". (Oops, just realized what I did there.)
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January 15, 2016, 06:21:37 PM
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https://blockchain.info/tx/579f16b8b22a9307544df47de092a6be417411f98b86bdab2528195e5762c9b2

There is a incoming 0.0001 btc transaction directing to each address that had seized / hacked bitcoins

(https://blockchain.info/tx/c7b46a79fd8887038bd3a8e884b04820038415a60e0b9d2c2f5bcff68a2687bf)

It was broadcasted few hours back and is confirmed, 6 confs. Note, there have not been any transactions heading to these addys since said hack on july'14. The date is today 12:50:52.



Don't u think btc could still be on cryptsy?

This could be a tracking-attempt to locate the wallet.

Probably 99.9% correct, echoing my assessment.
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January 15, 2016, 06:30:53 PM
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I guess the potential upside to this is that with the Federal government's stance on Crypto scams, it won't be long before Big Vern is sitting somewhere taxpayer funded with Joshie and hopefully Marshall Long too. I'm out about 1 BTC so I can't complain that much; rule of thumb, exchanges are for exchanging not storing, but still, how outright fucking seedy to have known this was going on for well over a year and continuing to let people trade. I guess it's not so surprising given that our community is disproportionately inhabited by scammers and thieves. However most of them had the good sense to operate somewhere besides the US and under fictitious names.

Fuck you Big Vern. Seriously. Hacks happen but you handled this like a first class douche.

After all the fraud on all the exchanges, I still can't believe the amount of funds that people keep in the exchanges. Just another lesson today from Cryptsy courtesy of Big Vern and the crew. When will people learn?

Exactly. This is why you don't move your coins to an exchange until you're gonna trade 'em.

After the supposed thief, Paul Vernon went on a spending spree: Paid for an office in Canada a year in advance; Purchase a million-plus-dollar home in Florida; Traveled to China; Paid lawyers for business and personal needs (ongoing); There's more eluding me at this penning among other expenses yet to come to light, but you get the pic.
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January 15, 2016, 06:35:29 PM
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Bitcoin tanking like a motherfucker guys !

https://bitcoinwisdom.com/markets/btce/btcusd

News related ?

Did the 10,000 start to sell off?

Ok so here is an Option that isn't listed. Cryptsy to be owned by all the account holders. They own it outright! How is a BankruPTSY going to solve even a fraction of the losses? Some servers and a Credenza sold off? Community takeover! Not sure if people would trust it again but this is better than Bankruptcy. Trading can go back to fees and all fees are split until each holder is paid off. If they already made back 3000 of the coins then time is the only factor.

Also when the Alts were traded for BTC all of these trades were technically on an internal ledger not associated with a BitCoin wallet. If there are no BitCoin to back any trades then this is the only possibility how trading kept going and the halting was on the withdrawing process when it converts to real BitCoin. So this is the real crime since other insiders could now take their Fake BTC and LTC sell them for other coins and get out leaving the buyers holding the fake BTC. Halting and investigation was the only legal option. Unless the investigation just lead them back to Cryptsy.

No the coins have not moved (yet?). Once they do, i'm sure everyone will know very fast though. I'm also amazed beyond belief that they would just brush off a theft of over 5 million USD!!  Huh

Let's play Who's Dumber!

Paul Vernon: Has millions stolen but doesn't call the police.

Thief: Stole millions but doesn't spend the money for a year and a half after learning there's no police report.
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January 15, 2016, 06:39:03 PM
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@peoonminer do you have your old wallet stuff bookmarked ?

Does that old wallet with 6 million match the address info in Vern's Blog post ?

No they do not. The thief was extremely careful to not make that connection, putting the stolen coins in brand new addresses associated with nobody.
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