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October 29, 2017, 10:02:00 AM
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My account is https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=242492

If someone can explain to me like I'm a five year old on how to recover this as I never had this happen.
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October 29, 2017, 10:12:46 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0

You need to follow those instructions and PM cyrus with the info. If you post the signed message here the account can be locked or tagged with negative feedback in the meantime whilst you wait for an admin to restore it.

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October 29, 2017, 10:13:31 AM
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Basically, your going to need to follow this to the letter: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0
If you aren't familiar with signing messages then follow the guide here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=990345.0

So find a staked address by the account which is unedited and sign a message with it. Send this to cyrus with all the information needed and wait patiently. If he doesn't reply then give him a week and send him a reminder. Doesn't seem like you've publicly staked any addresses, maybe you have a PM that you sent an address?


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October 29, 2017, 10:23:23 AM
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He doesn't seem to have one posted anywhere unless they've been deleted: https://www.bctalkaccountpricer.info/?token=kbcqhgae

Did you ever send one to anyone via pm? Looks like you'll have to try prove ownership via an other way if not (which could be difficult).

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October 29, 2017, 10:23:40 AM
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Basically, your going to need to follow this to the letter: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0
If you aren't familiar with signing messages then follow the guide here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=990345.0

So find a staked address by the account which is unedited and sign a message with it. Send this to cyrus with all the information needed and wait patiently. If he doesn't reply then give him a week and send him a reminder. Doesn't seem like you've publicly staked any addresses, maybe you have a PM that you sent an address?



Yeah thats what I needed explaining like I'm a five year old finding addresses and verifying the addresses, I'll check it out

I had a btc address in my profile and sig but it got removed

He doesn't seem to have one posted anywhere unless they've been deleted: https://www.bctalkaccountpricer.info/?token=kbcqhgae

Did you ever send one to anyone via pm? Looks like you'll have to try prove ownership via an other way if not (which could be difficult).
Actually I did have a transaction with a legendary member on here a month ago done through pm
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October 29, 2017, 10:32:42 AM
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He doesn't seem to have one posted anywhere unless they've been deleted: https://www.bctalkaccountpricer.info/?token=kbcqhgae

Did you ever send one to anyone via pm? Looks like you'll have to try prove ownership via an other way if not (which could be difficult).

I could confirm with subSTRATA of a recent transaction if you check my feedback left, how would this be possible in recovering though?
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Actually I did have a transaction with a legendary member on here a month ago done through pm
Awesome, if you can recall their name you could ask them for the address you sent and the PM id. That second link that I gave you is pretty straight forward to follow so give it a try. Basically find the wallet which you use for the address and follow the instructions in the link, most of the wallets on there have a step by step image guide.

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October 29, 2017, 10:49:36 AM
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Actually I did have a transaction with a legendary member on here a month ago done through pm
Awesome, if you can recall their name you could ask them for the address you sent and the PM id. That second link that I gave you is pretty straight forward to follow so give it a try. Basically find the wallet which you use for the address and follow the instructions in the link, most of the wallets on there have a step by step image guide.
Oh, I just noticed what you meant now, what if I was the buyer and he the seller? He sent the address, I didn't
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October 29, 2017, 10:52:16 AM
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He doesn't seem to have one posted anywhere unless they've been deleted: https://www.bctalkaccountpricer.info/?token=kbcqhgae

Did you ever send one to anyone via pm? Looks like you'll have to try prove ownership via an other way if not (which could be difficult).

I could confirm with subSTRATA of a recent transaction if you check my feedback left, how would this be possible in recovering though?

You will need to sign a message from the address that was used. You can get subSTRATA to report the PM to cyrus and then send him the signed message. When was the account hacked? The older the address the better. You also have a feedback left with Mezaz   2016-02-23   0.00000000      Bought invite from seller, good seller (though that seller is banned though still lurks on others here).


Actually I did have a transaction with a legendary member on here a month ago done through pm
Awesome, if you can recall their name you could ask them for the address you sent and the PM id. That second link that I gave you is pretty straight forward to follow so give it a try. Basically find the wallet which you use for the address and follow the instructions in the link, most of the wallets on there have a step by step image guide.
Oh, I just noticed what you meant now, what if I was the buyer and he the seller? He sent the address, I didn't

But you sent him bitcoins, right? You need to provide ownership of the address that was used.

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October 29, 2017, 11:10:29 AM
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He doesn't seem to have one posted anywhere unless they've been deleted: https://www.bctalkaccountpricer.info/?token=kbcqhgae

Did you ever send one to anyone via pm? Looks like you'll have to try prove ownership via an other way if not (which could be difficult).

I could confirm with subSTRATA of a recent transaction if you check my feedback left, how would this be possible in recovering though?

You will need to sign a message from the address that was used. You can get subSTRATA to report the PM to cyrus and then send him the signed message. When was the account hacked? The older the address the better. You also have a feedback left with Mezaz   2016-02-23   0.00000000      Bought invite from seller, good seller (though that seller is banned though still lurks on others here).


Actually I did have a transaction with a legendary member on here a month ago done through pm
Awesome, if you can recall their name you could ask them for the address you sent and the PM id. That second link that I gave you is pretty straight forward to follow so give it a try. Basically find the wallet which you use for the address and follow the instructions in the link, most of the wallets on there have a step by step image guide.
Oh, I just noticed what you meant now, what if I was the buyer and he the seller? He sent the address, I didn't

But you sent him bitcoins, right? You need to provide ownership of the address that was used.
this right here. if you can sign a message with the address you used to send me the payment for that trade, ill do as h&co stated and report the original pm from your original account to cryus as proof of your ownership of that address, and therefore the account (as of last month).

the address in question: 1M15Lrgm4T9aQiH371r4hYZvtpjJn2iJdj

im not sure how much weight that address would carry since it was used so recently, but it's something i guess. in case you're not sure on how to sign a message with a bitcoin address: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=990345.0
be sure to include the forum date and time in the message.

that aside, the user did send me the correct transaction hash for the trade 'drippx' and i did last month, probably is him / her.

There's nothing here. message me if you wish to have something here.
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October 29, 2017, 11:16:54 AM
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Does the paypal email address match the one originally registered to your account? Your email has been changed by the hacker so maybe that could be used to help verify.

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October 29, 2017, 11:28:16 AM
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He doesn't seem to have one posted anywhere unless they've been deleted: https://www.bctalkaccountpricer.info/?token=kbcqhgae

Did you ever send one to anyone via pm? Looks like you'll have to try prove ownership via an other way if not (which could be difficult).

I could confirm with subSTRATA of a recent transaction if you check my feedback left, how would this be possible in recovering though?

You will need to sign a message from the address that was used. You can get subSTRATA to report the PM to cyrus and then send him the signed message. When was the account hacked? The older the address the better. You also have a feedback left with Mezaz   2016-02-23   0.00000000      Bought invite from seller, good seller (though that seller is banned though still lurks on others here).


Actually I did have a transaction with a legendary member on here a month ago done through pm
Awesome, if you can recall their name you could ask them for the address you sent and the PM id. That second link that I gave you is pretty straight forward to follow so give it a try. Basically find the wallet which you use for the address and follow the instructions in the link, most of the wallets on there have a step by step image guide.
Oh, I just noticed what you meant now, what if I was the buyer and he the seller? He sent the address, I didn't

But you sent him bitcoins, right? You need to provide ownership of the address that was used.
this right here. if you can sign a message with the address you used to send me the payment for that trade, ill do as h&co stated and report the original pm from your original account to cryus as proof of your ownership of that address, and therefore the account (as of last month).

the address in question: 1M15Lrgm4T9aQiH371r4hYZvtpjJn2iJdj

im not sure how much weight that address would carry since it was used so recently, but it's something i guess. in case you're not sure on how to sign a message with a bitcoin address: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=990345.0
be sure to include the forum date and time in the message.

that aside, the user did send me the correct transaction hash for the trade 'drippx' and i did last month, probably is him / her.

Here is the signature for 1M15Lrgm4T9aQiH371r4hYZvtpjJn2iJdj
message: This is drippx/newuser45x 10/29/2017
sig: IIJ8mKdOeQOK7s81T2sNdmd07rTbSdz25qemKcoQKyq8NYl6XSevB0rY1a6QUtrctHgLkDvsoiHUILz CMa3VTPI=
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October 29, 2017, 11:35:35 AM
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Here is the signature for 1M15Lrgm4T9aQiH371r4hYZvtpjJn2iJdj
IIJ8mKdOeQOK7s81T2sNdmd07rTbSdz25qemKcoQKyq8NYl6XSevB0rY1a6QUtrctHgLkDvsoiHUILz CMa3VTPI=

you're missing a message, there should be a message that you sign, and when you click 'sign' the signature should pop up in your client. try again, and please include the forum time and date (in the upper right corner of the page).

There's nothing here. message me if you wish to have something here.
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October 29, 2017, 11:39:16 AM
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Here is the signature for 1M15Lrgm4T9aQiH371r4hYZvtpjJn2iJdj
IIJ8mKdOeQOK7s81T2sNdmd07rTbSdz25qemKcoQKyq8NYl6XSevB0rY1a6QUtrctHgLkDvsoiHUILz CMa3VTPI=

you're missing a message, there should be a message that you sign, and when you click 'sign' the signature should pop up in your client. try again, and please include the forum time and date (in the upper right corner of the page).

What about this 1M15Lrgm4T9aQiH371r4hYZvtpjJn2iJdj
message: This is drippx/newuser45x 10/29/2017
sig: IIJ8mKdOeQOK7s81T2sNdmd07rTbSdz25qemKcoQKyq8NYl6XSevB0rY1a6QUtrctHgLkDvsoiHUILz CMa3VTPI=
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October 29, 2017, 11:43:02 AM
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Here is the signature for 1M15Lrgm4T9aQiH371r4hYZvtpjJn2iJdj
IIJ8mKdOeQOK7s81T2sNdmd07rTbSdz25qemKcoQKyq8NYl6XSevB0rY1a6QUtrctHgLkDvsoiHUILz CMa3VTPI=

you're missing a message, there should be a message that you sign, and when you click 'sign' the signature should pop up in your client. try again, and please include the forum time and date (in the upper right corner of the page).

What about this 1M15Lrgm4T9aQiH371r4hYZvtpjJn2iJdj
message: This is drippx/newuser45x 10/29/2017
sig: IIJ8mKdOeQOK7s81T2sNdmd07rTbSdz25qemKcoQKyq8NYl6XSevB0rY1a6QUtrctHgLkDvsoiHUILz CMa3VTPI=
message could not be verified using bitcoin core, try following the instructions here word for word (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=990345.0), or google the step by step on how to sign a message for whatever wallet you're using.


There's nothing here. message me if you wish to have something here.
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October 29, 2017, 11:49:54 AM
Last edit: October 29, 2017, 12:00:02 PM by newuser45x
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Here is the signature for 1M15Lrgm4T9aQiH371r4hYZvtpjJn2iJdj
IIJ8mKdOeQOK7s81T2sNdmd07rTbSdz25qemKcoQKyq8NYl6XSevB0rY1a6QUtrctHgLkDvsoiHUILz CMa3VTPI=

you're missing a message, there should be a message that you sign, and when you click 'sign' the signature should pop up in your client. try again, and please include the forum time and date (in the upper right corner of the page).

What about this 1M15Lrgm4T9aQiH371r4hYZvtpjJn2iJdj
message: This is drippx/newuser45x 10/29/2017
sig: IIJ8mKdOeQOK7s81T2sNdmd07rTbSdz25qemKcoQKyq8NYl6XSevB0rY1a6QUtrctHgLkDvsoiHUILz CMa3VTPI=
message could not be verified using bitcoin core, try following the instructions here word for word (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=990345.0), or google the step by step on how to sign a message for whatever wallet you're using.

https://i.imgur.com/Ztdwkdw.png
I used electrum, when clciking verify everything went through and poped up with signature verifiied, but using blocktrail to verify it didnt verify
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October 29, 2017, 12:01:23 PM
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Here is the signature for 1M15Lrgm4T9aQiH371r4hYZvtpjJn2iJdj
IIJ8mKdOeQOK7s81T2sNdmd07rTbSdz25qemKcoQKyq8NYl6XSevB0rY1a6QUtrctHgLkDvsoiHUILz CMa3VTPI=

you're missing a message, there should be a message that you sign, and when you click 'sign' the signature should pop up in your client. try again, and please include the forum time and date (in the upper right corner of the page).

What about this 1M15Lrgm4T9aQiH371r4hYZvtpjJn2iJdj
message: This is drippx/newuser45x 10/29/2017
sig: IIJ8mKdOeQOK7s81T2sNdmd07rTbSdz25qemKcoQKyq8NYl6XSevB0rY1a6QUtrctHgLkDvsoiHUILz CMa3VTPI=
message could not be verified using bitcoin core, try following the instructions here word for word (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=990345.0), or google the step by step on how to sign a message for whatever wallet you're using.


I used electrum, when clciking verify everything went through and poped up with signature verifiied, but using blocktrail to verify it didnt verify
didnt catch the space when i was copy / pasting, my bad. anyways, message verified using bitcoin core

ill report the pm and the appropriate information to cyrus now.

There's nothing here. message me if you wish to have something here.
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October 29, 2017, 12:15:14 PM
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Thanks for all your help guys, would be sweet if they could get my account back
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