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February 24, 2019, 03:55:22 PM
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NZ Police have published a green light to communicate, on the 14th of Feb.
The above "No Comment" communications are a month old and make promise to communicate asap.
Also note the "Armchair Experts" dig, still using that talking point to deflect.

Police didn't give them the green light to communicate on the 14th, they didn't even get access to the BUILDING until the 15th at 5pm on a Friday... Again with the misinformation in here... its getting old now

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February 24, 2019, 04:07:44 PM
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Anyone with information which could assist the investigation can contact police by email at crypto@police.govt.nz

POLICE OFFICE
https://forms.police.govt.nz/forms/complaint/52

INDEPENDENT AGENCY
https://www.ipca.govt.nz/

INCIDENT LOCATION
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410 Colombo Street, Sydenham, Christchurch, 8023 , New Zealand
https://app.companiesoffice.govt.nz/companies/app/ui/pages/companies/5392901?backurl=%2Fcompanies%2Fapp%2Fui%2Fpages%2Fcompanies%2Fsearch%3Fmode%3Dstandard%26type%3Dentities%26q%3DCryptopia

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February 24, 2019, 04:10:05 PM
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Nowhere did it say Cryptopia is able to communicate freely, it simply said for questions regarding your account Contact Cryptopia... right?
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February 24, 2019, 04:23:54 PM
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Yes it simply said for questions regarding your account Contact Cryptopia.

You know accounting stuff like:

here is your money +  (we have OR don't have the keys)


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February 24, 2019, 04:33:25 PM
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And can anyone explain why police seal access to a building for a FULL MONTH in a robbery case.
Extra points if you can explain that the hacker, entered thru an internet portal, or actual was renting the office space, or working as an employee.

Rob anyone anywhere but Christchurch, and the public will be informed of the amount taken and a description of suspect by 6pm.

Rob the world from Christchurch, and the public will be told bo-diddly-squat.

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After the security breach (possibly true, not exit scam), the Cryptopia is silent, and it seems not to be in a hurry to open the service for work. It is quite possible they decided that it was better to stop their business in a quiet way, legally insuring themselves by going to the police (they became clean by the law). But this does not indicate their good intentions towards users and the desire to resolve the situation well and quickly for users (not for themselves). Perhaps, after consulting with lawyers, they decided that they would be able to endure several legal claims from the biggest investors, but the majority of users would not take action.

A Cryptopia has more than a million users, perhaps at least several tens of thousands of them are active. The problem of this community is confusion and lack of organization. Many have lost only a few dollars, but there are those who have lost thousands of dollars, nevertheless, one cannot call them big influential investors, these are ordinary people (schoolchildren, students, office workers, programmers, etc.) who do not know what to do.

Nevertheless, the modern world is such that several tens of thousands of people from around the world are a great resource, and they can do a lot if they unite their efforts.

I propose to begin the pressure on Cryptopia, in order to motivate them to quickly resolve the situation in favor of its users. Do not let them go into the shadows and hide for months or years. Let's make them as public as possible, send a spotlight to this company and its owners. Let's make them famous as the stars of Hollywood, let people recognize them on the streets. All crimes like silence and darkness, it is very difficult to do something bad in the light.

What can we do in practice. New Zealand users can send inquiries to their local lawmakers and prosecutors, asking them to conduct a public investigation and publish the results. By law, authorities must comply with such requests of their voters.

Users from other countries can also write to the New Zealand media with the request of the same - often the media conduct their journalistic investigations and betray them to publicity. The media is not obliged to do this, but some media may be interested in this topic themselves (the topic is hot: Millions of dollars were stolen, and millions of people around the world suffered through the fault of the New Zealand company!)

Remember, we are not interested in the details of the theft itself, this is a matter of the police, this is probably secret information that should not be disclosed until the end of the investigation. But we are very interested in the further plans of the owners of the Cryptopea, and their action on the return of our money is what is important to us.

If the owners of the Cryptopia do not respect their users do not want to communicate with us, let the journalists and the representatives of the New Zealand authorities communicate with owners and pass their words to the public.

Here is a set of links from New Zealand media and government authorities, which I found on the Internet. You can complement and expand it.

1. Stuff is New Zealand's largest and most popular news site
https://www.stuff.co.nz/about-stuff/94800421/contact-us
2. ChristchurchNZ is the city’s economic development and city profile agency
https://www.christchurchnz.com/contact-us/
3. TVNZ’s all about sharing the moments that matter to New Zealanders - whether we're breaking news, following adventures, sharing stories or putting smiles on faces.
https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news
4. Maori Television is New Zealand’s indigenous broadcaster, providing a wide range of local and international programmes for audiences across the country and online.
https://www.maoritelevision.com/about/contact-us
5. WhitebaitMedia is a modern, purpose built production house situated in central Christchurch.
https://www.whitebaitmedia.com/contact/
6. Shine TV is a television network of Rhema Media - New Zealand's largest Christian media organisation.
https://www.shinetv.co.nz/more/contact-us
7. The New Zealand Parliament Site
https://www.parliament.nz/en/footer/contact-us/
8. List of radio stations in Canterbury in New Zealand.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_radio_stations_in_Canterbury
9. List of radio stations in New Zealand
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_radio_stations_in_New_Zealand
10. List of Daily newspapers in New Zealand
https://www.w3newspapers.com/new-zealand/
11. Latest breaking news articles, photos, video, blogs, reviews, analysis, opinion and reader comment from New Zealand and around the World - NZ Herald.
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/
12. New Zealand Media and Entertainment (NZME)
http://www.nzme.co.nz/contact-us/
13. Otago Daily Times is New Zealand's oldest daily newspaper.
https://www.odt.co.nz/contact-us
14. Advocate South is a multi award-winning weekly newspaper
https://www.thesouthlandapp.co.nz/advocatesouth
15. The New Zealand National Party
https://www.national.org.nz/contact
16. New Zealand Labour Party
https://www.labour.org.nz/contact-us
17. Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand
https://www.greens.org.nz/contact
18. Christchurch City Council
https://www.ccc.govt.nz/ (https://www.ccc.govt.nz/contact-us/contact-us-form)
19. Governor-General of New Zealand
https://gg.govt.nz/contact-us
20. Prime Minister of New Zealand
https://dpmc.govt.nz/contact-us
21. Attorney-General (New Zealand)
https://www.beehive.govt.nz/feedback
22. Radio New Zealand National
https://www.radionz.co.nz/about/contact
23. New Zealand News Portal
https://www.newzealandnews.net/contact

Please write your messages in a friendly and polite manner, explain in detail the situation with the Cryptopia, I also think that you should not focus on your personal losses, but explain that the case affects hundreds of thousands of people around the world (and thousands of New Zealand citizens among them).

Let's start fighting for our money, remember: The sleeping fox catches no chickens! Smiley
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Latest discord update from Cryptopia Managing Director

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While the NZ Police can state that they have handed our building back to us and that they are placing no constraints on the company resuming trading, there are a number of things that the company must consider first before any trading could recommence.

It is important to consider the timeline of this event: Firstly, the crime/hack/breach was identified on the evening of 14 January 2019. The company staff that identified the event immediately froze the exchange and locked down the platform; they then notified the NZ government authorities, first the NZ Police High Tech Crime Group and second, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC, a division of the Govt Communications Security Bureau or GCSB), third, the NZ Financial Management Authority.

Members of the NCSC flew from Wellington first thing the next morning at were in the Cryptopia office conducting interviews and gathering evidence by 08:30am NZST. The NZ Police High Tech Crimes Group, also from Wellington were in the Cryptopia office from noon on the same day and issued search and seizure warrants effectively taking control of the building and all of the systems.

In cooperation with NZ Police and NCSC they identified key specialist staff who were tasked with working with the investigators to clone systems to preserve forensic evidence for investigation.

This took 3.5 weeks to complete and our specialist staff have now turned to carrying the work that is necessary to ensure that assets are retained in a secure environment.

While the Police statement that they are no longer constraining our return to operations and trading, it would be extremely reckless for us to do this until we can fully identify the losses and ensure that the balance is absolutely secure. NZ legislation makes it a serious crime for a company or a director of a company to allow that company to trade recklessly thereby placing creditors assets and property at further risk. That work is now underway.
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February 24, 2019, 07:25:27 PM
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NZ legislation makes it a serious crime for a company or a director of a company to allow that company to trade recklessly thereby placing creditors assets and property at further risk. That work is now underway.

Hahahahha again trying to hide behind the police Cheesy

BTW what is managing director's name? (Sarcastically asking the question to BenTheAnonMod Roll Eyes )
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NZ legislation makes it a serious crime for a company or a director of a company to allow that company to trade recklessly thereby placing creditors assets and property at further risk. That work is now underway.

Hahahahha again trying to hide behind the police Cheesy

BTW what is managing director's name? (Sarcastically asking the question to BenTheAnonMod Roll Eyes )

Its public information you could have found if you bothered to look, don't worry though I did it for you.

https://app.companiesoffice.govt.nz/companies/app/ui/pages/companies/5392901?backurl=%2Fcompanies%2Fapp%2Fui%2Fpages%2Fcompanies%2Fsearch%3Fmode%3Dstandard%26type%3Dentities%26q%3DCryptopia
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Latest discord update from Cryptopia Managing Director

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NZ legislation makes it a serious crime for a company or a director of a company to allow that company to trade recklessly thereby placing creditors assets and property at further risk. That work is now underway.

Hahahahha again trying to hide behind the police Cheesy

BTW what is managing director's name? (Sarcastically asking the question to BenTheAnonMod Roll Eyes )

Its public information you could have found if you bothered to look, don't worry though I did it for you.

https://app.companiesoffice.govt.nz/companies/app/ui/pages/companies/5392901?backurl=%2Fcompanies%2Fapp%2Fui%2Fpages%2Fcompanies%2Fsearch%3Fmode%3Dstandard%26type%3Dentities%26q%3DCryptopia

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February 24, 2019, 08:10:33 PM
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Latest discord update from Cryptopia Managing Director

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While the NZ Police can state that they have handed our building back to us and that they are placing no constraints on the company resuming trading, there are a number of things that the company must consider first before any trading could recommence.

It is important to consider the timeline of this event: Firstly, the crime/hack/breach was identified on the evening of 14 January 2019. The company staff that identified the event immediately froze the exchange and locked down the platform; they then notified the NZ government authorities, first the NZ Police High Tech Crime Group and second, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC, a division of the Govt Communications Security Bureau or GCSB), third, the NZ Financial Management Authority.

Members of the NCSC flew from Wellington first thing the next morning at were in the Cryptopia office conducting interviews and gathering evidence by 08:30am NZST. The NZ Police High Tech Crimes Group, also from Wellington were in the Cryptopia office from noon on the same day and issued search and seizure warrants effectively taking control of the building and all of the systems.

In cooperation with NZ Police and NCSC they identified key specialist staff who were tasked with working with the investigators to clone systems to preserve forensic evidence for investigation.

This took 3.5 weeks to complete and our specialist staff have now turned to carrying the work that is necessary to ensure that assets are retained in a secure environment.

While the Police statement that they are no longer constraining our return to operations and trading, it would be extremely reckless for us to do this until we can fully identify the losses and ensure that the balance is absolutely secure. NZ legislation makes it a serious crime for a company or a director of a company to allow that company to trade recklessly thereby placing creditors assets and property at further risk. That work is now underway.
when this news updated
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February 24, 2019, 08:49:10 PM
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Latest discord update from Cryptopia Managing Director

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While the NZ Police can state that they have handed our building back to us and that they are placing no constraints on the company resuming trading, there are a number of things that the company must consider first before any trading could recommence.

It is important to consider the timeline of this event: Firstly, the crime/hack/breach was identified on the evening of 14 January 2019. The company staff that identified the event immediately froze the exchange and locked down the platform; they then notified the NZ government authorities, first the NZ Police High Tech Crime Group and second, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC, a division of the Govt Communications Security Bureau or GCSB), third, the NZ Financial Management Authority.

Members of the NCSC flew from Wellington first thing the next morning at were in the Cryptopia office conducting interviews and gathering evidence by 08:30am NZST. The NZ Police High Tech Crimes Group, also from Wellington were in the Cryptopia office from noon on the same day and issued search and seizure warrants effectively taking control of the building and all of the systems.

In cooperation with NZ Police and NCSC they identified key specialist staff who were tasked with working with the investigators to clone systems to preserve forensic evidence for investigation.

This took 3.5 weeks to complete and our specialist staff have now turned to carrying the work that is necessary to ensure that assets are retained in a secure environment.

While the Police statement that they are no longer constraining our return to operations and trading, it would be extremely reckless for us to do this until we can fully identify the losses and ensure that the balance is absolutely secure. NZ legislation makes it a serious crime for a company or a director of a company to allow that company to trade recklessly thereby placing creditors assets and property at further risk. That work is now underway.
I can only say that everything is clear with this manager putting official announcement ON DISCORD with a lot of explaining

Let's make a group law sue
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February 24, 2019, 09:50:56 PM
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I can only say that everything is clear with this manager putting official announcement ON DISCORD with a lot of explaining

Let's make a group law sue

Nothing is clear, especially what will the court decide.

Compare the court decisions in MtGox (Japan), and Cryptsy (Belize, USA) as the most characteristic and different cases. At MtGox case the court decided very good, clients will get the most of the found, recovered Bitcoins, and in Cryptsy case the court decided to sell very big majority of the coins (smaller altcoins) to the only 3 persons for few thousands USD only to each of that buyers, as I have read.

Is that risk acceptable to you?

How much percent of your invested money do you plan to get in the case similar to the second one? Did you calculate that?

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LOFL writing to the green party to get any help on a crypto hack the irony my sides have split from neck to nuts.
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So basically that update says they've been copying hard drives for a month and did nothing else. Makes you wonder why involve the police in the first place.

Look what I wrote on January 16th:
If the law enforcement is involved, this will not have a speedy resolution. They'll "arrest the hard drive" and things will drag, maybe there'll be people prosecuted, a trial and so on.

I'm confused about the timeline. This A person posting on their twitter, presumably the owner himself, kept reassuring users (by directly replying to their tweets) they are hard at work and it won't be long now, when they seem to have known at that time there was a security incident.

Involving the police seems, to me, as a move on their part to limit personal liability. This lack of information as well: when lawyers advise you to STFU, usually means it's in your personal interest.
Scene examination... hm... they're going to dust the USB cable for prints or what? Check for a shoeprint of the hacker eloping with the crypto in the duffel bag?
Recovering funds is just one of the priorities. Not the biggest, apparently. Which are the other priorities?

Now, going back to that timeline thing, in this latest update it says they noticed something funny on January 14th. That's Monday. Help me with something: in the weekend prior, that is between 11th and 13th, I noticed (empirically) a drop in trade volume. Did anyone else noticed that?

And also:
https://twitter.com/Cryptopia_NZ/status/1084705458533785601

I'm definitely not 24h away from NZ and this tweet appears for me on January 13th. I don't get this:
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I can only say that everything is clear with this manager putting official announcement ON DISCORD with a lot of explaining

Let's make a group law sue

Nothing is clear, especially what will the court decide.

Compare the court decisions in MtGox (Japan), and Cryptsy (Belize, USA) as the most characteristic and different cases. At MtGox case the court decided very good, clients will get the most of the found, recovered Bitcoins, and in Cryptsy case the court decided to sell very big majority of the coins (smaller altcoins) to the only 3 persons for few thousands USD only to each of that buyers, as I have read.

Is that risk acceptable to you?

How much percent of your invested money do you plan to get in the case similar to the second one? Did you calculate that?



Actually - the MtGox funds would already have been distributed if it wasn't for the CoinLab lawsuit holding it up.
https://cointelegraph.com/news/unconfirmed-coinlab-increases-mt-gox-claim-from-75-million-to-16-billion

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So then he is "family" to the fiduciary?

Depends on your definition of family, I consider all the mods etc to be family. I think its also hilarious people expecting civilised responses given the responses we received in posting here. Bit hypocritical

"Be nice to us, you [Insert every swear word and insult we've been called so far]"

Hilarious

hey prick..

at best your family are incompetent

at worst your family are scammers

and of course your family are hypocrites for building cryptopia fortune on shitcoins, and BenTheAnonMod never visited shitcoin area and shit ICO area here.  Grin

I'll leave this here because it sums things up pretty well



I like his nickname for FUDtalk better to be honest


lurked occasionally in the past for anything regarding Cryptopia and posted maybe once on another account

yeah..eat your words you hypocritical pricks  Wink
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And can anyone explain why police seal access to a building for a FULL MONTH in a robbery case.


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While the NZ Police can state that they have handed our building back to us and that they are placing no constraints on the company resuming trading, there are a number of things that the company must consider first before any trading could recommence.

It is important to consider the timeline of this event: Firstly, the crime/hack/breach was identified on the evening of 14 January 2019. The company staff that identified the event immediately froze the exchange and locked down the platform; they then notified the NZ government authorities, first the NZ Police High Tech Crime Group and second, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC, a division of the Govt Communications Security Bureau or GCSB), third, the NZ Financial Management Authority.

Members of the NCSC flew from Wellington first thing the next morning at were in the Cryptopia office conducting interviews and gathering evidence by 08:30am NZST. The NZ Police High Tech Crimes Group, also from Wellington were in the Cryptopia office from noon on the same day and issued search and seizure warrants effectively taking control of the building and all of the systems.

In cooperation with NZ Police and NCSC they identified key specialist staff who were tasked with working with the investigators to clone systems to preserve forensic evidence for investigation.

This took 3.5 weeks to complete and our specialist staff have now turned to carrying the work that is necessary to ensure that assets are retained in a secure environment.

While the Police statement that they are no longer constraining our return to operations and trading, it would be extremely reckless for us to do this until we can fully identify the losses and ensure that the balance is absolutely secure. NZ legislation makes it a serious crime for a company or a director of a company to allow that company to trade recklessly thereby placing creditors assets and property at further risk. That work is now underway.



Source: Cryptopia discord

http://www.legislation.govt.nz/act/public/2012/0024/latest/DLM2136633.html

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Issuing officer may issue search warrant
An issuing officer may issue a search warrant, in relation to a place, vehicle, or other thing, on application by a constable if the issuing officer is satisfied that there are reasonable grounds—
(a)
to suspect that an offence specified in the application and punishable by imprisonment has been committed, or is being committed, or will be committed; and
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to believe that the search will find evidential material in respect of the offence in or on the place, vehicle, or other thing specified in the application.


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Duty of persons with knowledge of computer system or other data storage devices or Internet site to assist access
(1)
A person exercising a search power in respect of any data held in a computer system or other data storage device may require a specified person to provide access information and other information or assistance that is reasonable and necessary to allow the person exercising the search power to access that data.
(2)
A specified person may not be required under subsection (1) to give any information tending to incriminate the person.
(3)
Subsection (2) does not prevent a person exercising a search power from requiring a specified person to provide information or providing assistance that is reasonable and necessary to allow the person exercising the search power to access data held in, or accessible from, a computer system or other data storage device that contains or may contain information tending to incriminate the specified person.
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Subsections (2) and (3) are subject to subpart 5 of this Part (which relates to privilege and confidentiality).
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In this section,—
specified person means—
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a user of a computer system or other data storage device or an Internet site who has relevant knowledge of that system, device, or site; or
(b)
a person who provides an Internet service or maintains an Internet site and who holds access information
user, in relation to a computer system or other data storage device or an Internet site, means a person who—
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owns, leases, possesses, or controls the system, device, or site; or
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is entitled, by reason of an account or other arrangement, to access data on an Internet site; or
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February 25, 2019, 09:15:28 AM
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Quote from: bisti

I can only say that everything is clear with this manager putting official announcement ON DISCORD with a lot of explaining

Let's make a group law sue

Nothing is clear, especially what will the court decide.

Compare the court decisions in MtGox (Japan), and Cryptsy (Belize, USA) as the most characteristic and different cases. At MtGox case the court decided very good, clients will get the most of the found, recovered Bitcoins, and in Cryptsy case the court decided to sell very big majority of the coins (smaller altcoins) to the only 3 persons for few thousands USD only to each of that buyers, as I have read.

Is that risk acceptable to you?

How much percent of your invested money do you plan to get in the case similar to the second one? Did you calculate that?



I did not understand very well the "second method" but I at least want not to lose the not-steal coins (BTC)

the problem of months of delays, I've seen it happen with bitgrail, is that in the meanwhile users will lose patience and will organize, file lawsuits, and we'll se no money anymore. I prefer getting a % NOW instead of waiting for a % in years. crypto could not exist anymore in 5 years (or, yes be a fortune) but in the case btc will worth, let's say 100k$, you usually get today's value. It's a lose-lose solution.
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