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September 06, 2017, 04:41:37 PM
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Is this picture from a PBC coin? Try this,

1. write it out in reverse (bottom right- left) (middle right- left)(top right-left)
2. add a 5 on the front
3. Swap the the last 2 digits
4. Swap the 15th digit with the last digit
This is your private key

I don't have the exact sequence but this sounds about what gravitate told me for a funded 1B PBC coin. 

Thanks for the confirmation. The dark background under the holo in vizique's image made me think it might be from a PBC coin. Vizique, I hope this helps recover your BTC.
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Each PBC coin had a different set of instructions for what you needed to do

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September 06, 2017, 11:51:14 PM
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[Scratches Chin ]
[With a soft tone Speaks]  

 "Make the Private Key a puzzle"....

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September 07, 2017, 12:06:53 AM
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This has to be turning into the most insane scam thread ever. If Gravitate ever comes back (Not holding my breath), I would expect nothing but bullshit as always.

Anyhow, on that note, I want to apologize to anybody here I ever resold those shitty ass scam coins to. I feel dirty right now. Fuck you gravitate, you are now a real scammer.  Embarrassed

Edit - can we get this moved to scam accusations? Cyrus? .... Tongue

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September 07, 2017, 02:23:28 AM
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Each PBC coin had a different set of instructions for what you needed to do
That is insane.

So, anyone who bought the coins on the secondary market better have known to get the unique instructions to cache in that specific coin?

If you do not have those unique instructions for that coin then you have to go back to the person you bought it from and try to get them.

Hopefully most of the people with these "puzzle" coins have the instructions with the coin.

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September 07, 2017, 07:04:40 AM
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Does anyone have his full Dox?

To me he has issues, he has 0 client service skills and is lacking in organisation and technical skills.

This happens to RL businesses all the time, he needs assistance and not an attack from the community, maybe a sit down with someone who can help him out and sort the issue.

either that or he is a total scammer and needs a good kicking. Either or I think Dox might be a step towards helping the community...

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September 07, 2017, 11:51:16 AM
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Each PBC coin had a different set of instructions for what you needed to do

I bought a PBC coin and redeemed it successfully a couple of years ago. I'm trying to remember what I was told as there was a little process to go through but it wasn't as complicated as the one listed. The private key printed on the coin starts with a K. I must have written the process down somewhere so I'll dig around.


Does anyone have his full Dox?

He used to have a scan of his passport on his website. He certainly looked after me when I bought from him so it's a shame it's all gone tits up.


Edit - I wrote the correct private key down too. With my PBC coin I had to add a 5 to the front and reverse the final two letters of what was printed on the coin.

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September 07, 2017, 06:39:57 PM
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Okay, this site https://coinfirm.org/product/pbc-coin provides a brief history and talks about the cipher process for the PBC coins. It sounds like Gravitate probably has a master list of these codes.
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September 07, 2017, 07:00:36 PM
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Okay, this site https://coinfirm.org/product/pbc-coin provides a brief history and talks about the cipher process for the PBC coins. It sounds like Gravitate probably has a master list of these codes.

At some point in time I'm sure that was true but as the countdown to the two month deadline closes, this becomes a much slimmer chance.  He stated there were technical issues surrounding his digital components (hard drive/laptop/etc.) so I would have to assume all details are currently lost.


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Okay, this site https://coinfirm.org/product/pbc-coin provides a brief history and talks about the cipher process for the PBC coins. It sounds like Gravitate probably has a master list of these codes.

At some point in time I'm sure that was true but as the countdown to the two month deadline closes, this becomes a much slimmer chance.  He stated there were technical issues surrounding his digital components (hard drive/laptop/etc.) so I would have to assume all details are currently lost.

And with the lack of responses now i would assume that when he said 2 months he meant, sorry you guys are all screwed.














 

 

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At some point in time I'm sure that was true but as the countdown to the two month deadline closes, this becomes a much slimmer chance.  He stated there were technical issues surrounding his digital components (hard drive/laptop/etc.) so I would have to assume all details are currently lost.

Somebody in that line of work wouldn't have the gumption to back them up? You can obtain a hard disk or another laptop for a heady fifty bucks.

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I was scammed as well as everyone else here. Imagine having to go through life always looking over your shoulder, never knowing when its coming.  No thanks.. I learned my lesson in - BTC. How could he possibly relax? Think about it..  Huh
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Okay, this site https://coinfirm.org/product/pbc-coin provides a brief history and talks about the cipher process for the PBC coins. It sounds like Gravitate probably has a master list of these codes.

At some point in time I'm sure that was true but as the countdown to the two month deadline closes, this becomes a much slimmer chance.  He stated there were technical issues surrounding his digital components (hard drive/laptop/etc.) so I would have to assume all details are currently lost.

And with the lack of responses now i would assume that when he said 2 months he meant, sorry you guys are all screwed.

But you cant hide forever and I'm a very patient man......

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And with the lack of responses now i would assume that when he said 2 months he meant, sorry you guys are all screwed.

But you cant hide forever and I'm a very patient man......

This article has his full name if that's of any help, but I'm pretty sure I've heard it before, so I know it can't be some big secret. Roll Eyes

https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/microsoul-physical-bitcoins-everyone/

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Has anyone contacted the authorities yet???  I haven't....  I'm in the US....so I call and say someone from France sent me some funded bitcoins that are actually not funded.... yeah, that would be a fun conversation.... "bitcoins are online...I heard about those...what do you mean he sold you actual coins?"  "The hologram acts as a wallet?"    Uggg.

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Each PBC coin had a different set of instructions for what you needed to do

I bought a PBC coin and redeemed it successfully a couple of years ago. I'm trying to remember what I was told as there was a little process to go through but it wasn't as complicated as the one listed. The private key printed on the coin starts with a K. I must have written the process down somewhere so I'll dig around.


Does anyone have his full Dox?

He used to have a scan of his passport on his website. He certainly looked after me when I bought from him so it's a shame it's all gone tits up.


Edit - I wrote the correct private key down too. With my PBC coin I had to add a 5 to the front and reverse the final two letters of what was printed on the coin.

It was like this for me as well - it wasn't a complicated transformation or anything, it was just reversing a couple letters. Unfortunately, he either didn't send me the instructions with the coin (bought directly from him), or they weren't quite right, I don't remember -- regardless, I had to contact him to get the correct redemption instructions.

In his favor, he was very helpful and did help me redeem the 1 BTC PBC coin. But of course then I was glad I'd redeemed it, because if I'd sold it to someone else and then it had been unredeemable, and he'd been unreachable... the blood runs cold with terror.

And now that's where we're at all over again. I've re-sold a few low-denomination Microsoul coins. Are these people going to be knocking at my door in a few years when BTC hits $100k, and somehow I'm on the hook now? Thanks, gravitate.




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OK, lets bring this forward...

Matthew, here's your chance, as you yourself said you would, to make me whole on my coins.

You claim to be "a good guy" .. .well lets see that in action and you close this complaint down with some modicum of professionalism.

Pay me the BTC that was "supposed" to be on my coins and we'll call it a closed deal....

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September 09, 2017, 02:28:37 AM
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I'm just not so sure why he chose to even make this thread if he wasn't going to respond or follow through.  What is the point?

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