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February 23, 2017, 12:25:36 PM
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I tried to put my BTC in a tor wallet called BraveBunny (http://braveb6iyacflzc2.onion/) and transferred .1052 BTC from my localbitcoins.com wallet. The transaction went through and it took my BTC from localbitcoins.com but still hasn't shown up on BraveBunny, is there anyway to get my bitcoins back?
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February 23, 2017, 12:33:41 PM
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I tried to put my BTC in a tor wallet called BraveBunny (http://braveb6iyacflzc2.onion/) and transferred .1052 BTC from my localbitcoins.com wallet. The transaction went through and it took my BTC from localbitcoins.com but still hasn't shown up on BraveBunny,

Sounds like BraveBunny is a scam designed to steal bitcoins from people?
What made you think they were trustworthy?  Are you able to contact any support person for BraveBunny and ask for help?  At this point it is likely that the operators of BraveBunny are the only ones that can help you get your bitcoins back.

is there anyway to get my bitcoins back?

If the transaction is confirmed, then the only way to get it back is for BraveBunny to send it back to you.

If the transaction is unconfirmed, then it might technically be possible for the operators of localbitcoins.com to get the bitcoins back for you, but they probably won't be willing to do it.

If BraveBunny is a well supported trustworthy wallet, then they should be able and willing to help you.

If BraveBunny is a scam, then you have learned an important lesson about giving your money to strangers on the internet.

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February 23, 2017, 12:35:53 PM
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I tried to put my BTC in a tor wallet called BraveBunny (http://braveb6iyacflzc2.onion/) and transferred .1052 BTC from my localbitcoins.com wallet. The transaction went through and it took my BTC from localbitcoins.com but still hasn't shown up on BraveBunny,

Sounds like BraveBunny is a scam designed to steal bitcoins from people?
What made you think they were trustworthy?  Are you able to contact any support person for BraveBunny and ask for help?  At this point it is likely that the operators of BraveBunny are the only ones that can help you get your bitcoins back.

is there anyway to get my bitcoins back?

If the transaction is confirmed, then the only way to get it back is for BraveBunny to send it back to you.

If the transaction is unconfirmed, then it might technically be possible for the operators of localbitcoins.com to get the bitcoins back for you, but they probably won't be willing to do it.

If BraveBunny is a well supported trustworthy wallet, then they should be able and willing to help you.

If BraveBunny is a scam, then you have learned an important lesson about giving your money to strangers on the internet.

I found this thread of bravebunny: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=625928

Looks like a scam to me, no feedback on that user nor any on that thread.
I think that it is pretty clear that OP has to learn a lesson here, just like  you said.



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February 23, 2017, 12:38:49 PM
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Okay good thing it wasn't too much money. I found it as a verified wallet on some thread, whatever doesn't matter all hope is lost.
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February 23, 2017, 01:04:47 PM
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Okay good thing it wasn't too much money. I found it as a verified wallet on some thread, whatever doesn't matter all hope is lost.

Hope is 99% lost, but like DannyHamilton already said: it's always worth a shot to at least contact BraveBunny's support.
If they don't respond, you would do the community a favor by posting proof that you were scammed either in their support thread, or in the scam accusation subforum (read the stickies first tough).
This way, you can at least help other people, so they don't fall for the same scam as you did.
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