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June 03, 2011, 11:31:22 PM
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I will pay 5 BTC to the first person who tells me the full name, home address, and telephone number of b4rrydoyle on Bitcoin Market. He owes me either 30 BTC or 500 USD.

This offer is lowered to 1 BTC in the event that I ever actually get my PayPal dollars---or 0 BTC in the event that you are b4rrydoyle.

I have the following information to start with:
Buyer ID 5184
Uses choupex@yahoo.fr
Uses pierre.chabot@laposte.net (but this may be a stolen account)

BitcoinMarket login history:
19913    5184    93.96.21.223    Succeeded    2011-06-02 19:15:25
20041    5184    82.22.253.146    Failed    2011-06-02 20:12:22
20044    5184    82.22.253.146    Succeeded    2011-06-02 20:12:40
21033    5184    80.7.151.74    Failed    2011-06-03 09:36:20
21034    5184    80.7.151.74    Succeeded    2011-06-03 09:36:50
21069    5184    80.7.151.74    Succeeded    2011-06-03 10:13:24
21515    5184    82.255.162.61    Succeeded    2011-06-03 15:47:56
21819    5184    82.255.162.61    Succeeded    2011-06-03 19:17:23
23760    5184    217.23.3.57    Failed    2011-06-04 12:03:02
23762    5184    217.23.3.57    Failed    2011-06-04 12:03:20
23763    5184    217.23.3.57    Failed    2011-06-04 12:03:33

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June 03, 2011, 11:49:15 PM
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I have. I'm trying to cover as many angles as possible.

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June 03, 2011, 11:51:35 PM
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What a jerk, couldn't have happened to a nicer guy either.  Hope you get your coins back.

Edit: You are sun avatar right cause if not then I don't know if you're nice or not lol

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June 04, 2011, 12:04:07 AM
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Edit: You are sun avatar right cause if not then I don't know if you're nice or not lol

That's me, thanks for remembering!

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June 04, 2011, 12:30:54 AM
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Ian where are you from? I think I have something for you....
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June 04, 2011, 12:40:00 AM
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I peg another 3 BTC, because fsck them! PM or mail me Ian me to send the coins (fuckthescammers@krtek.net)
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June 04, 2011, 12:45:12 AM
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Created an account to let you know he did the same thing to me.  Bought 15BTC from me at 16.50 each.  Amount showed up in Paypal, and then he disputed the payment.  Contact via e-mail didn't solve the issue, and paypal eventually reversed the transaction.  Luckily, I hadn't confirmed the transaction yet, and my btc remain in escrow.

Does anyone know what bitcoinmarket does when you don't confirm the bitcoins?  I'd like to get them back.  I've contacted support, but I've yet to hear back.  Hopefully they're returned, and not given away after X hours...
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June 04, 2011, 12:53:46 AM
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3 full names and some addresses...

Please send bitcoins here:

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June 04, 2011, 01:04:17 AM
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I'm getting this character narrowed down and could have something definite tonight.  I will check back later.
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June 04, 2011, 01:17:07 AM
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I saw a cute YouTube video of a little girl and a dog which may be from this character.

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June 04, 2011, 01:20:04 AM
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Guys, sorry for the fraud, you need to STOP accepting Paypal if not from reputable members.

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June 04, 2011, 01:20:21 AM
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I saw a cute YouTube video of a little girl and a dog which may be from this character.

The username also shows up as a PartyPoker player:

http://www.sharkscope.com/?username=b4rrydoyle&network=party


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June 04, 2011, 01:43:02 AM
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I saw a cute YouTube video of a little girl and a dog which may be from this character.

The username also shows up as a PartyPoker player:

http://www.sharkscope.com/?username=b4rrydoyle&network=party


I've come to the same conclusions...definitely in the UK.
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June 04, 2011, 02:33:05 AM
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Not at home right now, I'll have to check all this info out later. If anyone wabts to contribute BTC, they can just send them to my tip address.

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June 04, 2011, 05:15:15 AM
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I had had a very similar experience from the same exact thief.

No need to mention I was careless, I accept that.
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June 04, 2011, 05:31:06 AM
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I had had a very similar experience from the same exact thief.

No need to mention I was careless, I accept that.


If you issue the two currencies on an OT server, you can trade them against each other, with receipts on both sides, and the server processes the trades based on your individual market offers. (So you don't have to trust all of the traders on the market, only the dollar-issuer whose currency you are trading.)

I haven't added escrow yet, (meaning more of a private arrangement between two specific parties.) However, obviously this needs to be added and ASAP, so I'm posting here now to ask you guys to give me the specs for escrow as you see that you need it.

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June 04, 2011, 01:09:38 PM
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Thank you for this and all your work FT.

Maybe the escrow use case discussion should have it's own thread, I bet many people with good thoughts won't be reading this one.

The only features I can think of are:

* configurable agreement between parties on the number of confirmations before a transaction is accepted.

* integration of ripple-style trust routing: http://ripple-project.org/Protocol/Protocol05

Also, for my particular issue, I should be fair to paypal and mention they have restored my account and will follow their standard practices against the thief.

Everyone who isn't aware of Fellow Traveler's work please get familiar now: https://github.com/FellowTraveler/Open-Transactions/wiki

Everyone who is familiar, please send him some support.
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June 04, 2011, 06:16:11 PM
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i hope that you get that guy i really know how hard is to get that amount of bitcoins from mining in the current difficulty.

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June 05, 2011, 01:37:19 AM
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Update: There is no way I'm getting my PayPal dollars back. Thus the reward is definitely 5 BTC.

I've gotten some useful information, but all of it requires me to do the legwork of tracking this guy down. I still don't have a name (though "Barry Doyle" is a good guess), an address, or a phone number, let alone all three.

Here's some more information that may help you out: b4rrydoyle's login history on BitcoinMarket.

19913    5184    93.96.21.223    Succeeded    2011-06-02 19:15:25
20041    5184    82.22.253.146    Failed    2011-06-02 20:12:22
20044    5184    82.22.253.146    Succeeded    2011-06-02 20:12:40
21033    5184    80.7.151.74    Failed    2011-06-03 09:36:20
21034    5184    80.7.151.74    Succeeded    2011-06-03 09:36:50
21069    5184    80.7.151.74    Succeeded    2011-06-03 10:13:24
21515    5184    82.255.162.61    Succeeded    2011-06-03 15:47:56
21819    5184    82.255.162.61    Succeeded    2011-06-03 19:17:23
23760    5184    217.23.3.57    Failed    2011-06-04 12:03:02
23762    5184    217.23.3.57    Failed    2011-06-04 12:03:20
23763    5184    217.23.3.57    Failed    2011-06-04 12:03:33

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