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Author Topic: [2016-080-10]Bitfinex Offers $3.6 Mln Bounty in Bid to Recover Stolen Bitcoin  (Read 268 times)
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August 10, 2016, 07:25:09 PM
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Bitfinex Offers $3.6 Million Bounty in Bid to Recover Stolen Bitcoin

Bitfinex is reportedly offering a reward worth up to $3.6m for the recovery of bitcoins stolen from its exchange last week.

http://www.coindesk.com/bitfinex-6000-btc-bounty-stolen-bitcoin/

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August 10, 2016, 08:30:25 PM
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I would much rather use that money to pay back some percentage of the money their customers lost. I wonder how much of that bounty are coming out of the pockets of people who has to pay for the

mistakes they have made? Those people who were not hacked, but had to pay any way.  Roll Eyes You have to consider the fact that this is just a inside job, and you will never see the money again... Hell

nobody has even seen a public explanation from the camera shy CEO of this site.  Huh

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I feel sorry for them, they will be bleeding customers right now.

I hope they find the person who did this - most likely an insider job.
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