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January 31, 2017, 06:31:53 AM
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Hi,

I haven't been on in awhile, and I see someone has hacked my account and trolling the altcoin sections for the RMC pump and dump:

My old account name is yuriygeorge

While I couldn't find any Bitcoin addresses related to my account in the history, other than being a purchaser of Hashfast, and can possibly trace back ownership there to an address.

But, this post has a link to a Google document that is owned by my Google account, the same Google account and email addres that was linked to the bitcointalk user before.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=349197.msg3739831#msg3739831

I'm happy to login into the associated Google account, and Share the document to an Admin. Only the original owner (me) can do this.
For example, this document (https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-pMkZmE33DMNmR6WjhkcXdrQmM/edit?usp=sharing), I can add additional users/emails to view the file, etc.

Please help me reinstate my account.

Thanks
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January 31, 2017, 06:34:28 AM
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There is indeed different ways to proof the ownership of your forum account but the thing is that theymos is not willing to do any of them except verifying a signed message from your old posted addresses , without forgetting the fact that he is busy and It could take time.


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January 31, 2017, 06:37:33 AM
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Is there another way you can provide ownership of the hacked account ?
If your bitcointalk account can get hacked,what makes you think your gmail won't ? Not saying it is but that's how people see it.

Just giving you a heads up : The most efficient way of requesting hacked accounts is by providing signed messages from staked bitcoin addresses.Which does take ages to recover.I You really think admins would have time to investigate your gmail story ?

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January 31, 2017, 07:48:36 AM
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After digging around, I found an address linked to my Coinbase account:

14qkrG9VbDjjoqb7Kyqc9WRkJYqRfWzwf7

Here is the message and signature (Coinbase allows you to sign messages on their site,  sweet!)
Here is the message I wrote:
"I am the Real YURIYGEORGE. Please reset my account password and e-mail address. January 31st, 2017."

And the Signature:
G6FWQ3eZbmaCIJ4ZH8GQ48V5+HkLPU/YZBmGLPVgfrCGtt+lR7pCVLYDuOcZmPs7g9H5vKFBEz9FkB6V98GDti4=

From this original post coming from my real account "yuriygeorge" here:
where I advertised my old-never-went-anywhere Bitcoin Research Blog:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=244288.msg2590335#msg2590335

If you go there and follow to the link to my old blog (yurirush is the blog admin name, similar to yuriygeorge):

https://bitcoinresearch.wordpress.com/2013/06/27/coinbase-rights-to-own-versus-rights-to-control-your-bitcoins/
This was like the first post I ever made on the yuriygeorge account btw.

You'll see there is a post I wrote there (yurirush) the user name I used.

You'll see my BTC address above (14qkrG9VbDjjoqb7Kyqc9WRkJYqRfWzwf7).

Now, luckily, I sign into my Coinbase account, and low and behold, this address is still in the system from 3 years ago.
Is this good enough? I sure hope so.
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February 01, 2017, 01:38:00 PM
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After digging around, I found an address linked to my Coinbase account:

14qkrG9VbDjjoqb7Kyqc9WRkJYqRfWzwf7

Here is the message and signature (Coinbase allows you to sign messages on their site,  sweet!)
Here is the message I wrote:
"I am the Real YURIYGEORGE. Please reset my account password and e-mail address. January 31st, 2017."

And the Signature:
G6FWQ3eZbmaCIJ4ZH8GQ48V5+HkLPU/YZBmGLPVgfrCGtt+lR7pCVLYDuOcZmPs7g9H5vKFBEz9FkB6V98GDti4=

From this original post coming from my real account "yuriygeorge" here:
where I advertised my old-never-went-anywhere Bitcoin Research Blog:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=244288.msg2590335#msg2590335

If you go there and follow to the link to my old blog (yurirush is the blog admin name, similar to yuriygeorge):

https://bitcoinresearch.wordpress.com/2013/06/27/coinbase-rights-to-own-versus-rights-to-control-your-bitcoins/
This was like the first post I ever made on the yuriygeorge account btw.

You'll see there is a post I wrote there (yurirush) the user name I used.

You'll see my BTC address above (14qkrG9VbDjjoqb7Kyqc9WRkJYqRfWzwf7).

Now, luckily, I sign into my Coinbase account, and low and behold, this address is still in the system from 3 years ago.
Is this good enough? I sure hope so.

Left a negative rating to help raise awareness. Let me know when you are back in control.
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February 23, 2017, 07:12:53 PM
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All right so a month goes by, and even a signed address won't get anyone to click a few buttons for me.
Oh well, bump.
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