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February 27, 2014, 05:31:19 AM
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Damn... I wonder if I won my parlay today  Huh Cant exactly remember who I put in it but I know it was a longshot... Hopefully the site will be back and running soon but at least there are other sites to use in the mean time...

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February 27, 2014, 05:34:27 AM
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Can we have our funds back till you sort it out ?

Emergency fund of some sort, handle each cashout by hand if needed.

Account name
Password
Withdrawn address?
Thanks for the help mr bitbook!
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February 27, 2014, 06:43:00 AM
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Can we have our funds back till you sort it out ?

Emergency fund of some sort, handle each cashout by hand if needed.

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Withdrawn address?
Thanks for the help mr bitbook!

Yeah, unfortunately that's not happening.
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February 27, 2014, 07:22:07 AM
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Is the DDOS part of an attack to steal bitcoins like what hit mtgox?

Bitbook.biz...please verify that the bitcoins are all safe and have not been stolen?
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February 27, 2014, 07:28:15 AM
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I know soemone that logged in this morning and they saw there funds. And bitbook made the back up site  after that, so bitbook must have seen the funds in there Wink just waiting on them come back on hopefully soon! Plus they would never store all the funds on the site anyway, no one does anymore.
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February 27, 2014, 07:34:35 AM
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I can say that when the site came back up briefly, I did see my funds there. 
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February 27, 2014, 07:37:46 AM
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I can say that when the site came back up briefly, I did see my funds there. 

Any senior members who did not create an account today, able to verify this?
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February 27, 2014, 07:43:37 AM
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I would think if they had plans to run with the btc they wouldnt have bothered to come here and say they were being DDos and to be patient.  I am also 100% sure i saw my funds in their entirety, being a "newbie" notwithstanding.  So take that for what you want.
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February 27, 2014, 07:46:40 AM
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I can say that when the site came back up briefly, I did see my funds there. 

Any senior members who did not create an account today, able to verify this?

I don't know how relevant this would be.

The funds aren't kept in the BTC Address we deposit them too.  

Instead, once we deposit, our account is "credited" with numbers representing how many bitcoin we "own" in the system's larger pool of Bitcoin.  

Let's say hypothetically all of BitBook's funds in that main pool were stolen in the attack (I hope not), then our account balances would still remain the same as those are only credits, not the physical coins.

Even if BB ran with all the coins (very unlikely IMO), the acct balances would remain.  It's meaningless without anything in the site's withdrawable wallet.

On the other hand, if it is just a regular DDoS attack not associated with TX Malleability, then our coin are probably safe and the account balances that were seen during the back-up site reflect how much we will all hopefully be getting back soon.
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February 27, 2014, 08:05:46 AM
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I can say that when the site came back up briefly, I did see my funds there. 

Any senior members who did not create an account today, able to verify this?

I don't know how relevant this would be.

The funds aren't kept in the BTC Address we deposit them too.  

Instead, once we deposit, our account is "credited" with numbers representing how many bitcoin we "own" in the system's larger pool of Bitcoin.  

Let's say hypothetically all of BitBook's funds in that main pool were stolen in the attack (I hope not), then our account balances would still remain the same as those are only credits, not the physical coins.

Even if BB ran with all the coins (very unlikely IMO), the acct balances would remain.  It's meaningless without anything in the site's withdrawable wallet.

On the other hand, if it is just a regular DDoS attack not associated with TX Malleability, then our coin are probably safe and the account balances that were seen during the back-up site reflect how much we will all hopefully be getting back soon.

I'm pretty sure bitcoins can't be stolen during a DDoS attack.  Aren't they secure in cold wallets?

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February 27, 2014, 08:13:54 AM
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I can say that when the site came back up briefly, I did see my funds there. 

Any senior members who did not create an account today, able to verify this?

I don't know how relevant this would be.

The funds aren't kept in the BTC Address we deposit them too.  

Instead, once we deposit, our account is "credited" with numbers representing how many bitcoin we "own" in the system's larger pool of Bitcoin.  

Let's say hypothetically all of BitBook's funds in that main pool were stolen in the attack (I hope not), then our account balances would still remain the same as those are only credits, not the physical coins.

Even if BB ran with all the coins (very unlikely IMO), the acct balances would remain.  It's meaningless without anything in the site's withdrawable wallet.

On the other hand, if it is just a regular DDoS attack not associated with TX Malleability, then our coin are probably safe and the account balances that were seen during the back-up site reflect how much we will all hopefully be getting back soon.

I'm pretty sure bitcoins can't be stolen during a DDoS attack.  Aren't they secure in cold wallets?

If they verify payments using tx id then yes it is possible.  This attack would come with a ddos although I'm not sure that's what happend here.  No, not all sites store them in cold storage. ie. SilkRoad 2, mt gox.
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February 27, 2014, 10:03:40 AM
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Eta when we are going to be back guys?

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February 27, 2014, 02:36:53 PM
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i think we got book'd
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February 27, 2014, 02:45:13 PM
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Still not back up? Then it's not coming back. It's gone for good. Does not take this long to restore database. 
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February 27, 2014, 02:58:25 PM
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I know who we should go after.  I will broadcast a few names as soon as it becomes obvious that we were taken along for a ride.
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February 27, 2014, 02:59:10 PM
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A bit more communication wouldn't be bad!

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February 27, 2014, 03:14:03 PM
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Hey guys it's not looking too good here, to me. I just won 15 BTC in a parlay right before it shutdown.

Then, when the site reappeared (bitbook.biz posted the IP URL on here yesterday) my funds (~18BTC) were still in my account! I quickly hit withdraw and I saw the deposit/withdraw screen confirm that the BTC had been sent! Unfortunately, it never came thru.

This can be interpreted in 2 different ways...

1. Our coins are gone already(Since they weren't available for immediate withdraw)

2. Our coins were never vulnerable in the first place

Your thoughts?

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February 27, 2014, 03:15:45 PM
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I know who we should go after.  I will broadcast a few names as soon as it becomes obvious that we were taken along for a ride.

I sure hope this guy didn't do this to us.

He was online a bit last night, but no updates.

Worse case scenario, I have information as well if needed.
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February 27, 2014, 03:20:16 PM
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That's great, but there still is no practical reason to keep a large roll anywhere other then your personal wallet.  You can deposit around the clock and withdraw around the clock also.  With fiat sites I understand, because it's a hassle to cash out, deposit the check, reload your account when you get short.  But with bitcoin everything is instant or pretty close so you can protect yourself way better.

Anyway, I was mainly talking to the guy whose saying his entire roll was on one site.

Well... you know...  in retrospect, yeah.

I will say that I'm quite lucky with the amount that I lost... Assuming that ran off with my btc, it was a nominal amount, despite that it was all that I had.

I've basically already moved on with Cloudbet... which is not as user-friendly as bitbook was, but I'm going to cash out daily just to be safe this time.
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February 27, 2014, 03:27:12 PM
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I really hope bitbook did not run off with the btc I have been with them for so long I have alot of btc in there !! They have had problems before tho and came back so lets pray lll

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