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July 31, 2017, 10:47:24 AM
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Luckily i only had 0.13 on there but still that's $300.

Now that this site has been seized by the US government i guess i'll never see that 0.13 again
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July 31, 2017, 12:10:13 PM
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Luckily i only had 0.13 on there but still that's $300.

Now that this site has been seized by the US government i guess i'll never see that 0.13 again

I lost some fiat that I was holding there (waiting to buy at $2400, naturally)... great timing.  Undecided

Chances seem slim that we'll see anything. They did log onto Twitter and Bitcointalk today and made the following announcement, but I don't have the highest hopes:

More detailed information about what happened to the BTC-e service.

On July 25, 11:00 the FBI staff came to the data center where our server equipment was located and seized all equipment, the servers contained databases and purses of our service.

Almost for 6 days we could not get from our hosting provider the sane information, what happened to our servers because of this information we publish only now.

July 28, the domain was confiscated.

At the moment, part of the service facility is arrested by the FBI.

The next update will be information on what options are available to restore the service, as well as the procedure for obtaining funds, in case the service is not started. In the current situation, if the service is not started before the end of August, Then from September 1 we will start the process of refund.
In the next 1-2 weeks, we will evaluate and publish information about how much money fell into the hands of the FBI and what amount of funds is available for return.

For all those who buried us, I will remind you that the service has always worked on trust and we are ready to answer for it.
The funds will be returned to everyone!

Arrest of the Russian Vinnyk Alexandra:
Officially declare - Alexander was never the head or employee of our service.

Sincerely, btc-e

P.S. In the subject write questions as far as possible we will answer them.

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