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January 04, 2017, 01:27:07 AM
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someone manage to send from my web wallet to this address LRp0fMCypCYMvFikzmeqBMsUEhdsYasp2S all my coin i have earned with twitter bounties and the free coin bounties total 474 coin . Just be carefull guys the web wallet is not secure !

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January 04, 2017, 01:43:15 AM
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someone manage to send from my web wallet to this address LRp0fMCypCYMvFikzmeqBMsUEhdsYasp2S all my coin i have earned with twitter bounties and the free coin bounties total 474 coin . Just be carefull guys the web wallet is not secure !

I sent you a PM so we can discuss about this and investigate what happened.

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January 04, 2017, 01:48:28 AM
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someone manage to send from my web wallet to this address LRp0fMCypCYMvFikzmeqBMsUEhdsYasp2S all my coin i have earned with twitter bounties and the free coin bounties total 474 coin . Just be carefull guys the web wallet is not secure !

lol, you see transaction addresses in wallet, c'mon, be specific...
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January 04, 2017, 01:50:53 AM
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someone manage to send from my web wallet to this address LRp0fMCypCYMvFikzmeqBMsUEhdsYasp2S all my coin i have earned with twitter bounties and the free coin bounties total 474 coin . Just be carefull guys the web wallet is not secure !
I investigated and found the wallet the coins were sent to and luckily it's the web wallet and they didn't use the windows client. Consequently, I have locked that persons account until we know what happened.


I will try to email the other person and see if he responds, cause I have to be impartial and don't trust neither of you. I can't know for sure you didn't send him the coins and now you want to 'chargeback' him.

If he doesn't respond I will recover the coins for you.

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January 04, 2017, 02:04:58 AM
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someone manage to send from my web wallet to this address LRp0fMCypCYMvFikzmeqBMsUEhdsYasp2S all my coin i have earned with twitter bounties and the free coin bounties total 474 coin . Just be carefull guys the web wallet is not secure !

lol, you see transaction addresses in wallet, c'mon, be specific...

i can see the transaction addresses but never did any , never sent any coin to anyone all this happens while i was online with the web wallet open, this is the point! Cmon guys we are talking about 474 coin less than 5K satoshy ....what is my concerning guys is the security for your safe ,dont care about my coin just been stolen about  474 coin ... is nothing for me!

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January 04, 2017, 02:05:58 AM
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January 04, 2017, 02:18:41 AM
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someone manage to send from my web wallet to this address LRp0fMCypCYMvFikzmeqBMsUEhdsYasp2S all my coin i have earned with twitter bounties and the free coin bounties total 474 coin . Just be carefull guys the web wallet is not secure !
I investigated and found the wallet the coins were sent to and luckily it's the web wallet and they didn't use the windows client. Consequently, I have locked that persons account until we know what happened.


I will try to email the other person and see if he responds, cause I have to be impartial and don't trust neither of you. I can't know for sure you didn't send him the coins and now you want to 'chargeback' him.

If he doesn't respond I will recover the coins for you.

Dont need dev to recover! You are such honest and great person! And your project is doing well! and for sure i will invest in your coin! Did open my ico account today to make deposit!

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January 04, 2017, 02:43:31 AM
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someone manage to send from my web wallet to this address LRp0fMCypCYMvFikzmeqBMsUEhdsYasp2S all my coin i have earned with twitter bounties and the free coin bounties total 474 coin . Just be carefull guys the web wallet is not secure !
I investigated and found the wallet the coins were sent to and luckily it's the web wallet and they didn't use the windows client. Consequently, I have locked that persons account until we know what happened.


I will try to email the other person and see if he responds, cause I have to be impartial and don't trust neither of you. I can't know for sure you didn't send him the coins and now you want to 'chargeback' him.

If he doesn't respond I will recover the coins for you.

Dont need dev to recover! You are such honest and great person! And your project is doing well! and for sure i will invest in your coin! Did open my ico account today to make deposit!


Hey man, the person who moved your coins contacted me. Long story short, he found a bug in the new version of the wallet which enabled him to enter your account and he moved the coins to prove it but he didn't intend to do wrong.

I have quickly resolved the vulnerability in the wallet and soon will send your coins back.

We also intend to reward this person, for finding the vulnerability and being so honest about it.

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January 04, 2017, 02:50:32 AM
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someone manage to send from my web wallet to this address LRp0fMCypCYMvFikzmeqBMsUEhdsYasp2S all my coin i have earned with twitter bounties and the free coin bounties total 474 coin . Just be carefull guys the web wallet is not secure !
I investigated and found the wallet the coins were sent to and luckily it's the web wallet and they didn't use the windows client. Consequently, I have locked that persons account until we know what happened.


I will try to email the other person and see if he responds, cause I have to be impartial and don't trust neither of you. I can't know for sure you didn't send him the coins and now you want to 'chargeback' him.

If he doesn't respond I will recover the coins for you.

Dont need dev to recover! You are such honest and great person! And your project is doing well! and for sure i will invest in your coin! Did open my ico account today to make deposit!


Hey man, the person who moved your coins contacted me. Long story short, he found a bug in the new version of the wallet which enabled him to enter your account and he moved the coins to prove it but I he didn't intend to do wrong.

I have quickly resolved the vulnerability in the wallet and soon will send your coins back.

it is ok dev , great it has been solve this bug! not much coin on my wallet, i was not worried about the loss (just 474 coin Grin) but for the security!

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January 04, 2017, 03:11:59 AM
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someone manage to send from my web wallet to this address LRp0fMCypCYMvFikzmeqBMsUEhdsYasp2S all my coin i have earned with twitter bounties and the free coin bounties total 474 coin . Just be carefull guys the web wallet is not secure !
I investigated and found the wallet the coins were sent to and luckily it's the web wallet and they didn't use the windows client. Consequently, I have locked that persons account until we know what happened.


I will try to email the other person and see if he responds, cause I have to be impartial and don't trust neither of you. I can't know for sure you didn't send him the coins and now you want to 'chargeback' him.

If he doesn't respond I will recover the coins for you.

Dont need dev to recover! You are such honest and great person! And your project is doing well! and for sure i will invest in your coin! Did open my ico account today to make deposit!


Hey man, the person who moved your coins contacted me. Long story short, he found a bug in the new version of the wallet which enabled him to enter your account and he moved the coins to prove it but I he didn't intend to do wrong.

I have quickly resolved the vulnerability in the wallet and soon will send your coins back.

I think know what happened... PM

Jimmy's interesting analysis thinks this is an inside job, the so called Bitcointalk Account responsible was just created along with an error in your reply with who your were talking about as follows:

"he moved the coins to prove it but I he didn't intend to do wrong." Who is I HE ? Why were you referring to "him not intending to do wrong" and then also have "I didn't intend to do wrong"..... very suspicious.

I and H cannon't be mistakenly pressed on a PC Keyboard or Keyboard for phones.... reinforcing my observations of your past usage of words and sentences.... very peculiar, studies have shown that when people are typing something out or writing something, what they are typing/writing is actually the voice in their head speaking the information so mistaking I and He for "Somebody" who is not intending to do any harm when telling your version I He sounds to me like the same person that slipped up....

There is also the fact that they are building their own "Exchange" platform solely for XLTH/BTC.... what, wait, where is the source ? Why don't you want qualified people to verify your codes integrity ? Why not let them look over your source privately ? Jimmy thinks that the reason to make your own exchange is because "Normal" Exchanges won't list this kind of coin without a verifiable source, that's how it works....

This XLTH coin actually looks like you ripped a www.cryptocoincreator.com coin off & are using the same source that makes them coins but on your own website and renaming a whole heap of things to suit your currency.... This might be the next best ICO scam to be pulled off... give people free useless coins and gain their attention + support, then offer more coins then what is available freely when the ICO starts to initial investors creating a false sense of assurance getting people talking about their "unique" investment....

Jimmy will see what happens after it has all finished with still no source available Cool

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January 04, 2017, 03:13:46 AM
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someone manage to send from my web wallet to this address LRp0fMCypCYMvFikzmeqBMsUEhdsYasp2S all my coin i have earned with twitter bounties and the free coin bounties total 474 coin . Just be carefull guys the web wallet is not secure !

I also have the same problem,  Embarrassed Embarrassed

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Is it normal for some not to have received? I put my address!  Undecided
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January 04, 2017, 03:46:03 AM
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someone manage to send from my web wallet to this address LRp0fMCypCYMvFikzmeqBMsUEhdsYasp2S all my coin i have earned with twitter bounties and the free coin bounties total 474 coin . Just be carefull guys the web wallet is not secure !
I investigated and found the wallet the coins were sent to and luckily it's the web wallet and they didn't use the windows client. Consequently, I have locked that persons account until we know what happened.


I will try to email the other person and see if he responds, cause I have to be impartial and don't trust neither of you. I can't know for sure you didn't send him the coins and now you want to 'chargeback' him.

If he doesn't respond I will recover the coins for you.

Dont need dev to recover! You are such honest and great person! And your project is doing well! and for sure i will invest in your coin! Did open my ico account today to make deposit!


Hey man, the person who moved your coins contacted me. Long story short, he found a bug in the new version of the wallet which enabled him to enter your account and he moved the coins to prove it but I he didn't intend to do wrong.

I have quickly resolved the vulnerability in the wallet and soon will send your coins back.

I think know what happened... PM

Jimmy's interesting analysis thinks this is an inside job, the so called Bitcointalk Account responsible was just created along with an error in your reply with who your were talking about as follows:

"he moved the coins to prove it but I he didn't intend to do wrong." Who is I HE ? Why were you referring to "him not intending to do wrong" and then also have "I didn't intend to do wrong"..... very suspicious.

I and H cannon't be mistakenly pressed on a PC Keyboard or Keyboard for phones.... reinforcing my observations of your past usage of words and sentences.... very peculiar, studies have shown that when people are typing something out or writing something, what they are typing/writing is actually the voice in their head speaking the information so mistaking I and He for "Somebody" who is not intending to do any harm when telling your version I He sounds to me like the same person that slipped up....

There is also the fact that they are building their own "Exchange" platform solely for XLTH/BTC.... what, wait, where is the source ? Why don't you want qualified people to verify your codes integrity ? Why not let them look over your source privately ? Jimmy thinks that the reason to make your own exchange is because "Normal" Exchanges won't list this kind of coin without a verifiable source, that's how it works....

This XLTH coin actually looks like you ripped a www.cryptocoincreator.com coin off & are using the same source that makes them coins but on your own website and renaming a whole heap of things to suit your currency.... This might be the next best ICO scam to be pulled off... give people free useless coins and gain their attention + support, then offer more coins then what is available freely when the ICO starts to initial investors creating a false sense of assurance getting people talking about their "unique" investment....

Jimmy will see what happens after it has all finished with still no source available Cool

Dude calm down you created a whole conspiracy theory over there from a single spelling mistake.

1) When I said "but I he didn't intend to do wrong." i was trying to say " but I think he did't intend to do wrong" but I was writing very quickly and forgot the word "think".

2) I have around 27-28 Million Lithium in my wallet for the ico and distribution so you saying I moved around 470 coins from another user for an "inside job" just doesn't makes sense, why would I want to move such a little amount.

3) We are building an Exchange because the client doesn't have JSON-RPC implemented and that is the protocol all the exchanges use to include coins in their platforms, but it will take time to implement it, so a custom Exchange is faster to develop cause we have the code almost finished.


This is what happend:

- A few hours ago I uploaded a new version of the Web Wallet to fix the login issues people were having.
-davide72 contacted me saying he lost 470 coins from his wallet
-Then a user by the name of "Sam123" contacted me and told me about he vulnerability he found in the web wallet.
- I quickly fixed the problem and thanked him

That's all and here is an screencap of his message




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January 04, 2017, 04:01:20 AM
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someone manage to send from my web wallet to this address LRp0fMCypCYMvFikzmeqBMsUEhdsYasp2S all my coin i have earned with twitter bounties and the free coin bounties total 474 coin . Just be carefull guys the web wallet is not secure !
I investigated and found the wallet the coins were sent to and luckily it's the web wallet and they didn't use the windows client. Consequently, I have locked that persons account until we know what happened.


I will try to email the other person and see if he responds, cause I have to be impartial and don't trust neither of you. I can't know for sure you didn't send him the coins and now you want to 'chargeback' him.

If he doesn't respond I will recover the coins for you.

Dont need dev to recover! You are such honest and great person! And your project is doing well! and for sure i will invest in your coin! Did open my ico account today to make deposit!


Hey man, the person who moved your coins contacted me. Long story short, he found a bug in the new version of the wallet which enabled him to enter your account and he moved the coins to prove it but I he didn't intend to do wrong.

I have quickly resolved the vulnerability in the wallet and soon will send your coins back.

I think know what happened... PM

Jimmy's interesting analysis thinks this is an inside job, the so called Bitcointalk Account responsible was just created along with an error in your reply with who your were talking about as follows:

"he moved the coins to prove it but I he didn't intend to do wrong." Who is I HE ? Why were you referring to "him not intending to do wrong" and then also have "I didn't intend to do wrong"..... very suspicious.

I and H cannon't be mistakenly pressed on a PC Keyboard or Keyboard for phones.... reinforcing my observations of your past usage of words and sentences.... very peculiar, studies have shown that when people are typing something out or writing something, what they are typing/writing is actually the voice in their head speaking the information so mistaking I and He for "Somebody" who is not intending to do any harm when telling your version I He sounds to me like the same person that slipped up....

There is also the fact that they are building their own "Exchange" platform solely for XLTH/BTC.... what, wait, where is the source ? Why don't you want qualified people to verify your codes integrity ? Why not let them look over your source privately ? Jimmy thinks that the reason to make your own exchange is because "Normal" Exchanges won't list this kind of coin without a verifiable source, that's how it works....

This XLTH coin actually looks like you ripped a www.cryptocoincreator.com coin off & are using the same source that makes them coins but on your own website and renaming a whole heap of things to suit your currency.... This might be the next best ICO scam to be pulled off... give people free useless coins and gain their attention + support, then offer more coins then what is available freely when the ICO starts to initial investors creating a false sense of assurance getting people talking about their "unique" investment....

Jimmy will see what happens after it has all finished with still no source available Cool

Dude calm down you created a whole conspiracy theory over there from a single spelling mistake.

1) When I said "but I he didn't intend to do wrong." i was trying to say " but I think he did't intend to do wrong" but I was writing very quickly and forgot the word "think".

2) I have around 27-28 Million Lithium in my wallet for the ico and distribution so you saying I moved around 470 coins from another user for an "inside job" just doesn't makes sense, why would I want to move such a little amount.

3) We are building an Exchange because the client doesn't have JSON-RPC implemented and that is the protocol all the exchanges use to include coins in their platforms, but it will take time to implement it, so a custom Exchange is faster to develop cause we have the code almost finished.


This is what happend:

- A few hours ago I uploaded a new version of the Web Wallet to fix the login issues people were having.
-davide72 contacted me saying he lost 470 coins from his wallet
-Then a user by the name of "Sam123" contacted me and told me about he vulnerability he found in the web wallet.
- I quickly fixed the problem and thanked him

That's all and here is an screencap of his message




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Jimmy still can't believe that you do not acknowledge the need to release the source code privately for verification or publicly, you also dodged all mentions of the source in my "Conspiracy Theory" but had a very long reasoning for why this happened.....  Roll Eyes

Jimmy has a feeling you are making sure that you can access users web wallets accounts from your side since if and when you get your own exchange up and running for XLTH/BTC pairing you can "Hack" the ICO purchasers XLTH accounts and then sell onto users who deposit BTC onto your so called "WebExchange" this is after you use whatever funds you get from the ICO to pump it initially on your exchange then slowly sell your own coins, remember they are not "Yours" they are the ICO investors coins so if no one else invests or you don't reach your said target you are meant to destroy forever the remaining coins not distributed with Live & Public Proof considering this is a "New Project and New Source" which is yet to be shown, I can't believe people are using a Windows wallet that hasn't been verified by source either..... we all know what happens there Lips sealed

Another Conspiracy Theory ? The Public can be the judge of that but this is just another obvious moving adaption to your replies...... Better think carefully next time or you could keep digging your hole bigger Cool

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Is it normal for some not to have received? I put my address!  Undecided

No sure but make sure you already fill the address before the next payment will be made.I Personally received the free distribution but only second payment i got

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someone manage to send from my web wallet to this address LRp0fMCypCYMvFikzmeqBMsUEhdsYasp2S all my coin i have earned with twitter bounties and the free coin bounties total 474 coin . Just be carefull guys the web wallet is not secure !
I investigated and found the wallet the coins were sent to and luckily it's the web wallet and they didn't use the windows client. Consequently, I have locked that persons account until we know what happened.


I will try to email the other person and see if he responds, cause I have to be impartial and don't trust neither of you. I can't know for sure you didn't send him the coins and now you want to 'chargeback' him.

If he doesn't respond I will recover the coins for you.

Dont need dev to recover! You are such honest and great person! And your project is doing well! and for sure i will invest in your coin! Did open my ico account today to make deposit!


Hey man, the person who moved your coins contacted me. Long story short, he found a bug in the new version of the wallet which enabled him to enter your account and he moved the coins to prove it but I he didn't intend to do wrong.

I have quickly resolved the vulnerability in the wallet and soon will send your coins back.

I think know what happened... PM

Jimmy's interesting analysis thinks this is an inside job, the so called Bitcointalk Account responsible was just created along with an error in your reply with who your were talking about as follows:

"he moved the coins to prove it but I he didn't intend to do wrong." Who is I HE ? Why were you referring to "him not intending to do wrong" and then also have "I didn't intend to do wrong"..... very suspicious.

I and H cannon't be mistakenly pressed on a PC Keyboard or Keyboard for phones.... reinforcing my observations of your past usage of words and sentences.... very peculiar, studies have shown that when people are typing something out or writing something, what they are typing/writing is actually the voice in their head speaking the information so mistaking I and He for "Somebody" who is not intending to do any harm when telling your version I He sounds to me like the same person that slipped up....

There is also the fact that they are building their own "Exchange" platform solely for XLTH/BTC.... what, wait, where is the source ? Why don't you want qualified people to verify your codes integrity ? Why not let them look over your source privately ? Jimmy thinks that the reason to make your own exchange is because "Normal" Exchanges won't list this kind of coin without a verifiable source, that's how it works....

This XLTH coin actually looks like you ripped a www.cryptocoincreator.com coin off & are using the same source that makes them coins but on your own website and renaming a whole heap of things to suit your currency.... This might be the next best ICO scam to be pulled off... give people free useless coins and gain their attention + support, then offer more coins then what is available freely when the ICO starts to initial investors creating a false sense of assurance getting people talking about their "unique" investment....

Jimmy will see what happens after it has all finished with still no source available Cool

Dude calm down you created a whole conspiracy theory over there from a single spelling mistake.

1) When I said "but I he didn't intend to do wrong." i was trying to say " but I think he did't intend to do wrong" but I was writing very quickly and forgot the word "think".

2) I have around 27-28 Million Lithium in my wallet for the ico and distribution so you saying I moved around 470 coins from another user for an "inside job" just doesn't makes sense, why would I want to move such a little amount.

3) We are building an Exchange because the client doesn't have JSON-RPC implemented and that is the protocol all the exchanges use to include coins in their platforms, but it will take time to implement it, so a custom Exchange is faster to develop cause we have the code almost finished.


This is what happend:

- A few hours ago I uploaded a new version of the Web Wallet to fix the login issues people were having.
-davide72 contacted me saying he lost 470 coins from his wallet
-Then a user by the name of "Sam123" contacted me and told me about he vulnerability he found in the web wallet.
- I quickly fixed the problem and thanked him

That's all and here is an screencap of his message




-



Jimmy still can't believe that you do not acknowledge the need to release the source code privately for verification or publicly, you also dodged all mentions of the source in my "Conspiracy Theory" but had a very long reasoning for why this happened.....  Roll Eyes

Jimmy has a feeling you are making sure that you can access users web wallets accounts from your side since if and when you get your own exchange up and running for XLTH/BTC pairing you can "Hack" the ICO purchasers XLTH accounts and then sell onto users who deposit BTC onto your so called "WebExchange" this is after you use whatever funds you get from the ICO to pump it initially on your exchange then slowly sell your own coins, remember they are not "Yours" they are the ICO investors coins so if no one else invests or you don't reach your said target you are meant to destroy forever the remaining coins not distributed with Live & Public Proof considering this is a "New Project and New Source" which is yet to be shown, I can't believe people are using a Windows wallet that hasn't been verified by source either..... we all know what happens there Lips sealed

Another Conspiracy Theory ? The Public can be the judge of that but this is just another obvious moving adaption to your replies...... Better think carefully next time or you could keep digging your hole bigger Cool

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Dude nothing of what you are saying makes sense and I know you are just a troll and I shouldn't feed you so this is my last reply to you.

Exchanges are centralized platforms unfortunately and decentralized are difficult to code. Then, when release the Exchange, why would we need to "hack" everyone's coins from the Web Wallet if everyone is putting them in the Exchange's wallet that we control. That's a risk with all exchanges, so if you don't trust ours and have fears over us holding your coins, then just deposit a small amount and sell/buy then withdraw and repeat.

Also, the exchange beta will be released in less than 2 days, but you will not be able to deposit funds. You will only be able to trade fake tokens to test the platform.

You will be able to deposit Lithium when the ICO ends and all the coins are sold, so the price can trade freely without us affecting it with the ICO price.

Finally, we have proven we are not scam by keeping all our promises, releasing everything we promise on time, sending free coins and we work everyday to improve this coin and the community. And we will keep doing it.

Kind regards

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January 04, 2017, 04:39:58 AM
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someone manage to send from my web wallet to this address LRp0fMCypCYMvFikzmeqBMsUEhdsYasp2S all my coin i have earned with twitter bounties and the free coin bounties total 474 coin . Just be carefull guys the web wallet is not secure !
I investigated and found the wallet the coins were sent to and luckily it's the web wallet and they didn't use the windows client. Consequently, I have locked that persons account until we know what happened.


I will try to email the other person and see if he responds, cause I have to be impartial and don't trust neither of you. I can't know for sure you didn't send him the coins and now you want to 'chargeback' him.

If he doesn't respond I will recover the coins for you.

Dont need dev to recover! You are such honest and great person! And your project is doing well! and for sure i will invest in your coin! Did open my ico account today to make deposit!


Hey man, the person who moved your coins contacted me. Long story short, he found a bug in the new version of the wallet which enabled him to enter your account and he moved the coins to prove it but I he didn't intend to do wrong.

I have quickly resolved the vulnerability in the wallet and soon will send your coins back.

I think know what happened... PM

Jimmy's interesting analysis thinks this is an inside job, the so called Bitcointalk Account responsible was just created along with an error in your reply with who your were talking about as follows:

"he moved the coins to prove it but I he didn't intend to do wrong." Who is I HE ? Why were you referring to "him not intending to do wrong" and then also have "I didn't intend to do wrong"..... very suspicious.

I and H cannon't be mistakenly pressed on a PC Keyboard or Keyboard for phones.... reinforcing my observations of your past usage of words and sentences.... very peculiar, studies have shown that when people are typing something out or writing something, what they are typing/writing is actually the voice in their head speaking the information so mistaking I and He for "Somebody" who is not intending to do any harm when telling your version I He sounds to me like the same person that slipped up....

There is also the fact that they are building their own "Exchange" platform solely for XLTH/BTC.... what, wait, where is the source ? Why don't you want qualified people to verify your codes integrity ? Why not let them look over your source privately ? Jimmy thinks that the reason to make your own exchange is because "Normal" Exchanges won't list this kind of coin without a verifiable source, that's how it works....

This XLTH coin actually looks like you ripped a www.cryptocoincreator.com coin off & are using the same source that makes them coins but on your own website and renaming a whole heap of things to suit your currency.... This might be the next best ICO scam to be pulled off... give people free useless coins and gain their attention + support, then offer more coins then what is available freely when the ICO starts to initial investors creating a false sense of assurance getting people talking about their "unique" investment....

Jimmy will see what happens after it has all finished with still no source available Cool

Dude calm down you created a whole conspiracy theory over there from a single spelling mistake.

1) When I said "but I he didn't intend to do wrong." i was trying to say " but I think he did't intend to do wrong" but I was writing very quickly and forgot the word "think".

2) I have around 27-28 Million Lithium in my wallet for the ico and distribution so you saying I moved around 470 coins from another user for an "inside job" just doesn't makes sense, why would I want to move such a little amount.

3) We are building an Exchange because the client doesn't have JSON-RPC implemented and that is the protocol all the exchanges use to include coins in their platforms, but it will take time to implement it, so a custom Exchange is faster to develop cause we have the code almost finished.


This is what happend:

- A few hours ago I uploaded a new version of the Web Wallet to fix the login issues people were having.
-davide72 contacted me saying he lost 470 coins from his wallet
-Then a user by the name of "Sam123" contacted me and told me about he vulnerability he found in the web wallet.
- I quickly fixed the problem and thanked him

That's all and here is an screencap of his message




-



Jimmy still can't believe that you do not acknowledge the need to release the source code privately for verification or publicly, you also dodged all mentions of the source in my "Conspiracy Theory" but had a very long reasoning for why this happened.....  Roll Eyes

Jimmy has a feeling you are making sure that you can access users web wallets accounts from your side since if and when you get your own exchange up and running for XLTH/BTC pairing you can "Hack" the ICO purchasers XLTH accounts and then sell onto users who deposit BTC onto your so called "WebExchange" this is after you use whatever funds you get from the ICO to pump it initially on your exchange then slowly sell your own coins, remember they are not "Yours" they are the ICO investors coins so if no one else invests or you don't reach your said target you are meant to destroy forever the remaining coins not distributed with Live & Public Proof considering this is a "New Project and New Source" which is yet to be shown, I can't believe people are using a Windows wallet that hasn't been verified by source either..... we all know what happens there Lips sealed

Another Conspiracy Theory ? The Public can be the judge of that but this is just another obvious moving adaption to your replies...... Better think carefully next time or you could keep digging your hole bigger Cool

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Dude nothing of what you are saying makes sense and I know you are just a troll and I shouldn't feed you so this is my last reply to you.

Exchanges are centralized platforms unfortunately and decentralized are difficult to code. Then, when release the Exchange, why would we need to "hack" everyone's coins from the Web Wallet if everyone is putting them in the Exchange's wallet that we control. That's a risk with all exchanges, so if you don't trust ours and have fears over us holding your coins, then just deposit a small amount and sell/buy then withdraw and repeat.

Also, the exchange beta will be released in less than 2 days, but you will not be able to deposit funds. You will only be able to trade fake tokens to test the platform.

You will be able to deposit Lithium when the ICO ends and all the coins are sold, so the price can trade freely without us affecting it with the ICO price.

Finally, we have proven we are not scam by keeping all our promises, releasing everything we promise on time, sending free coins and we work everyday to improve this coin and the community. And we will keep doing it.

Kind regards


Everything I have said is what you will "Eventually do" and at the moment I don't believe many people are putting this app on their mobile devices they store personal & payment information on without a VERIFICATION OF THE SOURCE CODE yet alone many if any at all using the Windows Wallet, Cryptocoin users know better then to install something that HASN'T BEEN VERIFIED BY SOURCE, that is how people get hacked ! Roll Eyes

It also doesn't matter if you said, she said, he said that the wallet came up clean in a Virus Scan..... There is ways to inject ratloaders in applications without giving a hit Wink

AND AGAIN, Answer my mother fucking questions regarding RELEASING THE SOURCE CODE FOR REVIEW/VERIFICATION PRIVATELY OR PUBLICLY !

I used CAPS when mentioning the SOURCE CODE since you don't ever answer anybody's questions on the topic, Quicks go start editing your previous posts pages back to pretend you said something and quickly quote it here to prove me wrong Cheesy Roll Eyes

I look forward to your Reply..... Oh wait you said I'm just a troll and you won't reply to me anymore.... Yet what we are talking about rests on whether you are legitimate or not, there is many people who can Indeed verify Source code of Applications so don't be shy, go on give us a taste Cheesy

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January 04, 2017, 05:35:53 AM
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On exchange may will trade XLTH/BTC when?it will exchange own site or poloniex or other?
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January 04, 2017, 05:56:03 AM
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On exchange may will trade XLTH/BTC when?it will exchange own site or poloniex or other?

The Exchange beta will be released this week, but you will only be able to deposit real funds once the ICO is over. For other exchanges to include Lithium we need to implement a protocol called "Json-RPC'" so they can communicate with our client.That might be the next thing we do after we develop the GUI wallet.

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On exchange may will trade XLTH/BTC when?it will exchange own site or poloniex or other?

The Exchange beta will be released this week, but you will only be able to deposit real funds once the ICO is over. For other exchanges to include Lithium we need to implement a protocol called "Json-RPC'" so they can communicate with our client.That might be the next thing we do after we develop the GUI wallet.
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