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June 15, 2017, 07:11:41 PM
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Hi
Ive returned to the forum after long inactivity for the second time now, and remember that last time I needed to do something to prove that my account wasn't sold and it was still me.

I would like to do this again to prove my identity (if I remember correctly, thats the purpose) and show my account was not sold.
I am digging up my old wallet from a backup as I type.

Can I have a quick run through of what I need to do?
Thanks
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June 15, 2017, 07:19:44 PM
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You will need to provide a signed message using any address or PGP key proven being yours in the past.

I searched your account in the Bitcointalk Account Price Estimator and it showed up some addresses linked to your account from 2014-2016. If you still have access to them, you can do the same procedure to recover a hacked account (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0) and post your signed message in here.

https://www.bctalkaccountpricer.info/?token=odf42pt7

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Addresses posted in non-quoted text
(May include addresses not actually owned by user)

Found 6 addresses

1FTua17f5hJvF2kTBbzUE2NsYo1eEQ3wFg First posted on: March 06, 2016, 08:28:19 PM
1EmerGERzQt2o6rWhTV9fcvuySGUCougAk First posted on: March 27, 2016, 12:47:00 PM
17GqEqkn5w6Ace1P7VKjBXtjZv5tDsqmox First posted on: March 05, 2016, 12:32:53 AM
1rSWHEyRStfAFsNZYTri1TJAg3ZaYedyk First posted on: March 06, 2016, 02:26:57 PM
12ni588gxUPvbMuZVcZZDDFZqkEa6xTg96 First posted on: July 28, 2015, 12:49:56 PM
16gFsh4FzVe5i7nqt81LCgRcqCwHcFSmCL First posted on: June 18, 2014, 06:38:11 AM

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June 15, 2017, 07:33:31 PM
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You will need to provide a signed message using any address or PGP key proven being yours in the past.

I searched your account in the Bitcointalk Account Price Estimator and it showed up some addresses linked to your account from 2014-2016. If you still have access to them, you can do the same procedure to recover a hacked account (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0) and post your signed message in here.

https://www.bctalkaccountpricer.info/?token=odf42pt7

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Addresses posted in non-quoted text
(May include addresses not actually owned by user)

Found 6 addresses

1FTua17f5hJvF2kTBbzUE2NsYo1eEQ3wFg First posted on: March 06, 2016, 08:28:19 PM
1EmerGERzQt2o6rWhTV9fcvuySGUCougAk First posted on: March 27, 2016, 12:47:00 PM
17GqEqkn5w6Ace1P7VKjBXtjZv5tDsqmox First posted on: March 05, 2016, 12:32:53 AM
1rSWHEyRStfAFsNZYTri1TJAg3ZaYedyk First posted on: March 06, 2016, 02:26:57 PM
12ni588gxUPvbMuZVcZZDDFZqkEa6xTg96 First posted on: July 28, 2015, 12:49:56 PM
16gFsh4FzVe5i7nqt81LCgRcqCwHcFSmCL First posted on: June 18, 2014, 06:38:11 AM


Hi
I apologise if this is done incorrectly, I can only faintly remember the process.
I have access to this address ---- 12ni588gxUPvbMuZVcZZDDFZqkEa6xTg96 First posted on: July 28, 2015, 12:49:56 PM
So therefore if I post a signed message that is real from that wallet, it is safe to say I am who I say I am?





Turns out the wallet has a password - give me a minute to think about what it could be in order to sign a message.

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June 15, 2017, 07:39:07 PM
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Hi
Okay - here it is. If someone could verify it that would be great (if I've done this correctly).

12ni588gxUPvbMuZVcZZDDFZqkEa6xTg96

Verification that I own this address, long ago connected to my Bitcoin Talk account. Verifying account Fishbones78 was not sold. For future purposes - my new address I will use is: 16xyVfeuMWggGXYr7VGsWFBgbS2LcArMux

H7VIeqLZOkGpgSSNUn3ej0MvcFhYF94IEejjzE8rpigsIkEgHlcbNvBowyWNbsFLh8ufBFjSljBweaR cOm0RVrw=

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June 15, 2017, 09:33:02 PM
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Hi
Okay - here it is. If someone could verify it that would be great (if I've done this correctly).

12ni588gxUPvbMuZVcZZDDFZqkEa6xTg96

Verification that I own this address, long ago connected to my Bitcoin Talk account. Verifying account Fishbones78 was not sold. For future purposes - my new address I will use is: 16xyVfeuMWggGXYr7VGsWFBgbS2LcArMux

H7VIeqLZOkGpgSSNUn3ej0MvcFhYF94IEejjzE8rpigsIkEgHlcbNvBowyWNbsFLh8ufBFjSljBweaR cOm0RVrw=

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Verified with coinig.com

You should probably always write the date on your message. But I guess that's enought for you to prove your ownership.

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June 15, 2017, 09:47:57 PM
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Hi
Okay - here it is. If someone could verify it that would be great (if I've done this correctly).

12ni588gxUPvbMuZVcZZDDFZqkEa6xTg96

Verification that I own this address, long ago connected to my Bitcoin Talk account. Verifying account Fishbones78 was not sold. For future purposes - my new address I will use is: 16xyVfeuMWggGXYr7VGsWFBgbS2LcArMux

H7VIeqLZOkGpgSSNUn3ej0MvcFhYF94IEejjzE8rpigsIkEgHlcbNvBowyWNbsFLh8ufBFjSljBweaR cOm0RVrw=

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Verified with coinig.com

You should probably always write the date on your message. But I guess that's enought for you to prove your ownership.

Okay - I will bear that in mind for any future messages.

Looked at the BTC transactions on some old wallets not connected to the forums. I sold all of my BTC for 30.00 GBP, and it is painful to see what it is worth now!

Glad to be back, now to start earning BTC all over again - sigh.
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June 15, 2017, 09:57:30 PM
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Best of luck for your future and hope this time you will stick to this forum and bitcoin world, and if you are trying to recover your old account then better forget it and start a new account work from start which will be better.

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June 15, 2017, 10:15:12 PM
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Best of luck for your future and hope this time you will stick to this forum and bitcoin world, and if you are trying to recover your old account then better forget it and start a new account work from start which will be better.
Thanks for the kind wishes, but now I am confirmed the original owner of this account - why would it be better to start a new forum account?
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June 17, 2017, 09:34:33 AM
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Hi
Ive returned to the forum after long inactivity for the second time now, and remember that last time I needed to do something to prove that my account wasn't sold and it was still me.

I would like to do this again to prove my identity (if I remember correctly, thats the purpose) and show my account was not sold.
I am digging up my old wallet from a backup as I type.

Can I have a quick run through of what I need to do?
Thanks

You don't have to do anything , you are a Default Trust member,
Lauda is the asshat that red tags everyone without proof, but she won't red tag you,
as you can red tag the old harpy back.  Cheesy

Keep your current account (default trust is better that gold here) and red tag anyone that lies on you.  Wink

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FYI:
Lauda is such a bully, she won't red tag anyone that could tag her back.
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June 18, 2017, 02:11:02 PM
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Lauda is the asshat that red tags everyone without proof, but she won't red tag you,
as you can red tag the old harpy back.  Cheesy

FYI:
Lauda is such a bully, she won't red tag anyone that could tag her back.


How come you're such a dipshit? You're overly butthurt and continue to try and spew your crap all over the forum. The resolution has already come and the message verified.
I don't think these are red tags without proof.


That's a lot of references I see there.



You don't have to do anything , you are a Default Trust member,

Keep your current account (default trust is better that gold here) and red tag anyone that lies on you.  Wink

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For the record, Fishbones78's green trust is not default trust. Their feedback will not be on the DT "trusted feedback" list.

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June 18, 2017, 10:52:44 PM
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Lauda is the asshat that red tags everyone without proof, but she won't red tag you,
as you can red tag the old harpy back.  Cheesy

FYI:
Lauda is such a bully, she won't red tag anyone that could tag her back.


How come you're such a dipshit? You're overly butthurt and continue to try and spew your crap all over the forum.

Why are you such a dumbass and a Lauda Ass Kisser?

Lauda is Corrupt and if you are supporting her that make you corrupt, butt monkey.

If you corrupt ass DT members would actually Self-Police your own members, then Lauda reign of abuse would end , instead you pieces of shit continue abusing non-dt members.
So fuck off asshat.


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June 19, 2017, 12:46:16 AM
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If you corrupt ass DT members would actually Self-Police your own members, then Lauda reign of abuse would end , instead you pieces of shit continue abusing non-dt members.
Ryland R. Taylor Almanza=MIxan Needs removed from DT

... ?

DT Members are not immune to persecution, but because DT members are trusted they are not as inclined to scam or conduct scummy behavior.
Also, I still think you have DT and green trust mixed up. DT is when an individual is added to the DT trust tree and green trust is just when they are given positive feedbacks by DT individuals.

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DT Members are not immune to persecution, but because DT members are trusted they are not as inclined to scam or conduct scummy behavior.


Dude, WTF ??

I suggest you read the following to inform yourself before making blanket false statements.

http://qntra.net/2016/02/bitcointalk-default-trust-member-escrow-ms-arrested-for-debit-card-fraud/

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/5kjqy3/bitcointalkorg_staff_are_now_leaving_users/


https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@cjmoles/exposition-of-bitcoin-s-hidden-exploit
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One of many cases of the negative affects associated with this exploit can be found here. Briefly, default trust member, master-p, built up his trust rating by infiltrating one of these networks to build up his reputation and scalp users to his escrow service. Once he attained a considerable amount of business, he scurried away with all the funds held in his trust. Now, it's not clear who else profited within his network but what is clear is that the trust system mechanism set up on the forum facilitated this scam. If it were not for this exploit of bitcointalk.org's forum reputation system, this event would have never been possible. While there are numerous examples of of this type of behavior, they are just symptoms of the greater problem which is much more covert and menacing to the community.

The more menacing problem of this syndicated system on bitcointalk is that there seems to be a collusive effort by many of bitcointalk's default trust leaders to manipulate content, therefore consensus, to conform to their goals. Aside from the normal complaints of censorship to favor one side or the other in the blocksize debate (references found here and here), these thugs will immediately jump on any member who has a dissenting opinion or legitimate concern as to the direction of a topic on the forum, and they will contrive a reason to mark that member with "red" trust to discredit them. The fear alone of that event happening is enough to shape the opinions on the forum, thus the direction of bitcoin.


Those are literally just the tip of the iceberg,  there are numerous example where DT members have ripped off others for thousands. Tongue

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June 19, 2017, 02:46:46 AM
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DT Members are not immune to persecution, but because DT members are trusted they are not as inclined to scam or conduct scummy behavior.


Dude, WTF ??

I suggest you read the following to inform yourself before making blanket false statements.

http://qntra.net/2016/02/bitcointalk-default-trust-member-escrow-ms-arrested-for-debit-card-fraud/

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/5kjqy3/bitcointalkorg_staff_are_now_leaving_users/


https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@cjmoles/exposition-of-bitcoin-s-hidden-exploit

lol cjmoles

Also, do you understand English, friend?

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feel willing or favorably disposed toward (an action, belief, or attitude).
"he was inclined to accept the offer"
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"she's inclined to gossip with complete strangers"
synonyms:   prone, given, liable, likely, apt, wont
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There are far less DT scammers than non-DT scammers.



And you also proved my point: DT members are not immune to persecution. So why oh why are you complaining about DT being a circlejerk of corruption?

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June 19, 2017, 04:32:29 AM
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There are far less DT scammers than non-DT scammers.

Quite the little misdirection artist aren't you.   Wink

Again you make another Massive False Statement in the pretense of being truthful.

Do you have a running list of Actual Proven Verified List of Scammers DT verses Non-DT?
Along with the amounts that each stole?
Or will you try to falsified data like you try and mislead with blanket lies.
Realizing that the Default Trust System is Falsified for the Corrupt Gang that runs it.

Moral here is that the Default Trust Members can not be Trusted.
Trying to claim they are any better than the worst scammer on here, only shows you have an alt that is in default trust, which you are lying to protect your fake ass system.


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June 19, 2017, 11:31:42 AM
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There are far less DT scammers than non-DT scammers.

Quite the little misdirection artist aren't you.   Wink

Again you make another Massive False Statement in the pretense of being truthful.

Do you have a running list of Actual Proven Verified List of Scammers DT verses Non-DT?
Along with the amounts that each stole?
Or will you try to falsified data like you try and mislead with blanket lies.

Okay, so then let's take a look. Going in here and viewing DT, I find that there are 209 DT members, in level 1 and 2. Are you trying to tell me that you think - given all of them are corrupt and scammers - that there are <209 scammers that aren't on the DT trust list?

If that's what you see then all hope is lost for you. Cognitive dissonance: because you were given negative feedback and your account trashed the DT members must all be corrupt.

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June 20, 2017, 08:23:13 AM
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That is the thing with you lying ass dipshits.

You have an alt with Default Trust, so now you try and defend it by attacking someone that calls it correctly.

You  keep trying to single 1 person out , claiming it is only you.

The Fact is there are a multitude that have been falsely rated with Zero Trades and no scams attached.

And as far as these default Trust Asshats actually red tagging actual scammers, they run around like a bunch of damn idiots and red tag people falsely the majority of the time and only red tag the scammers after they committed a scam and everyone already fucking knows.
DT itself is a total fucking scam.

I think rebuilding the trust system now is a lost cause.. it's too late guys.
What is done is done.

Oh and notice how there is a little crew of white knights here "concerned" about things ?
For example you will see Lauda & VOD run around negging anyone or anything not bolted down..
Yet Mark from GOX and Vern from Cryptsy and the hundreds of idiots who were connected walk scott free.

I have a trust rating twice as bad as Mark Krapeles from GOX for example.

Steal a half billion dollars in Bitcoin and you are ignored.
Admit you download porn via Torrents and VOD here negs you calling you a pedo. (See my Trust)
Yeah.. they suuuuuuuure got their priorities in order  Cheesy

I think they wander around the streets pointing at people chanting..
YOU, your negged.
You.. NEGGED !
You dog ! ..negged.
Bird in the tree.. neeeeeeeeegged.  Cheesy



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