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September 01, 2017, 03:10:24 AM
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I did track all these details from  1NY37Bfkds2PeU5zzYeULzVvcwiJaYpbLW , isn't it your wallet address?

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September 01, 2017, 03:55:14 AM
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I did track all these details from  1NY37Bfkds2PeU5zzYeULzVvcwiJaYpbLW , isn't it your wallet address?

Yes, that was my wallet address.  So if the hacker gained access to my wallet, could that have been his location based on that IP address?
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September 01, 2017, 03:59:00 AM
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I did track all these details from  1NY37Bfkds2PeU5zzYeULzVvcwiJaYpbLW , isn't it your wallet address?

Yes, that was my wallet address.  So if the hacker gained access to my wallet, could that have been his location based on that IP address?
Yeah exactly, i tested it on my own ip and got accurate results. If you can give me a btc address that was accessed lastly from your ip/zone, we can test it and you will then confirm if those details are exact based on your network and location.Later i will grab you the details of hacker

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September 01, 2017, 04:11:44 AM
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Recovering Bitcoins from almost 4 years ago is too way hard, no one can even be traced it since Bitcoin mixers are made, and lets assumed that someone traced the coin (which is really impossible) but there is less chance even 1% that someone can recover these coins, and it will not consider as yours already since a hacker is not that stupid that he will send all the coins in one place and there are mixers that can be used. Sorry but there's no way to do that.

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September 04, 2017, 05:57:24 AM
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Hi all,

So I know it's a LONG shot, but back in August of 2013, I had 40 BTC stolen.  Basically somebody hacked into my Gmail, found my wallet.dat file, and then moved my coins from my blockchain wallet (https://blockchain.info/tx/3ea2a7343d5623058ac7cc403d82e4fc9a351ef0e8818f1fe0d1b3351e6ad434).  I was quite dumb back then, and didn't have 2FA enabled on my Gmail.

I am not tech savvy enough to try to identify the perpetrator (though I know even if I was it's very difficult due to possible IP masking and use of a mixer), but is there any way I can post a bounty here for 5 BTC if somebody is able to track down my coins so I can retrieve them?  Or is there somewhere else I can post a similar bounty? 

I know it's a very long-shot, but I feel like $25K USD may make it worthwhile to try for somebody.  I can obviously provide more detail (and some of that can be found here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269443.msg2882400#msg2882400)

Thanks!

Edit / note: The bounty would be contingent on me retrieving some or all of the funds since I know it is a long shot and I'd need to get law enforcement involved. Apologizes if that was not clear in my original post.
Oh so sad to know this thing mate, it hurts to hear you lost 40 btc, if we can see the worth of 1 btc is so big now
what more with that value? crazy to think.
I guess it is so hard to figure this things out due to the unknown feature of bitcoin.
The thing is bury this money now.

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September 04, 2017, 08:45:32 AM
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Hi all,

So I know it's a LONG shot, but back in August of 2013, I had 40 BTC stolen.  Basically somebody hacked into my Gmail, found my wallet.dat file, and then moved my coins from my blockchain wallet (https://blockchain.info/tx/3ea2a7343d5623058ac7cc403d82e4fc9a351ef0e8818f1fe0d1b3351e6ad434).  I was quite dumb back then, and didn't have 2FA enabled on my Gmail.

I am not tech savvy enough to try to identify the perpetrator (though I know even if I was it's very difficult due to possible IP masking and use of a mixer), but is there any way I can post a bounty here for 5 BTC if somebody is able to track down my coins so I can retrieve them?  Or is there somewhere else I can post a similar bounty? 

I know it's a very long-shot, but I feel like $25K USD may make it worthwhile to try for somebody.  I can obviously provide more detail (and some of that can be found here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269443.msg2882400#msg2882400)

Thanks!

Edit / note: The bounty would be contingent on me retrieving some or all of the funds since I know it is a long shot and I'd need to get law enforcement involved. Apologizes if that was not clear in my original post.

Sorry for you,but is very hard recover your btc
The community can try but is very hard
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September 04, 2017, 04:38:35 PM
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I did track all these details from  1NY37Bfkds2PeU5zzYeULzVvcwiJaYpbLW , isn't it your wallet address?

Yes, that was my wallet address.  So if the hacker gained access to my wallet, could that have been his location based on that IP address?
Yeah exactly, i tested it on my own ip and got accurate results. If you can give me a btc address that was accessed lastly from your ip/zone, we can test it and you will then confirm if those details are exact based on your network and location.Later i will grab you the details of hacker

Not sure if I understand what you're asking for, the BTC address where the coins were stolen from?  That's already included in the OP.
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