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November 10, 2017, 03:49:29 PM
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Hello. I have a huge issue. 2 days ago, I moved about 0.77 BTC away from one wallet to Bitcoin Address: 3QF3S7na14fyvDUqe1pxLfdGERpdfpuGvn

The transaction id: d35fcb3508f714163d31407a43557d61689f9d532cdba64625fd269281c96224

On that site, the transaction shows up as confirmed. It is only possible for me to see transaction details on chain.so, as it doesn't exist in blockchain. I'm terrified that I'm not going to get my money back. Can someone please help me solve?

Lastly, anyone that can get my transaction processed today, I will personally send you 200$ to your BTC wallet the second my BTC hits my wallet. I am a man of my word and will absolutely do that. Thank you.

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November 10, 2017, 04:23:30 PM
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Lastly, anyone that can get my transaction processed today, I will personally send you 200$ to your BTC wallet the second my BTC hits my wallet. I am a man of my word and will absolutely do that. Thank you.

What wallet did you use to send the transaction?

That does not appear to be a valid transaction.  It is trying to spend bitcoins that were received in transaction:
7303cc6548da6b5e43328c91702947a3436e2502e3655668979bfc311ef70db8

And I don't see that transaction in the blockchain or in my mempool.

Your transaction can NOT confirm unless this other unknown transaction is confirmed.

Here is the raw data of your transaction for anyone that wants to take a look at it:
Code:
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November 10, 2017, 04:25:37 PM
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Hello. I have a huge issue. 2 days ago, I moved about 0.77 BTC away from one wallet to Bitcoin Address: 3QF3S7na14fyvDUqe1pxLfdGERpdfpuGvn

The transaction id: d35fcb3508f714163d31407a43557d61689f9d532cdba64625fd269281c96224

On that site, the transaction shows up as confirmed. It is only possible for me to see transaction details on chain.so, as it doesn't exist in blockchain. I'm terrified that I'm not going to get my money back. Can someone please help me solve?

Lastly, anyone that can get my transaction processed today, I will personally send you 200$ to your BTC wallet the second my BTC hits my wallet. I am a man of my word and will absolutely do that. Thank you.



On what site does it show up? it should show up on all sites.

https://blockchain.info/search?search=d35fcb3508f714163d31407a43557d61689f9d532cdba64625fd269281c96224&searchbar=homepage

The transaction doesn't exist. It never reached the blockchain. What wallet have you used to send the transaction?

https://blockchain.info/address/3QF3S7na14fyvDUqe1pxLfdGERpdfpuGvn

Your address shows a 0.77 BTC transaction with tx id 3cb31bdaac2a4820039be2bfae4f9956e645c020fda89149075136bc6e55d944... so it seems you sent the transaction but you are posting another tx id.

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November 10, 2017, 04:31:34 PM
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What wallet did you use to send the transaction?

There is a new ICO for a lending platform called PolyNetwork, I had put BTC into the wallet thinking I might invest in the iCO but I thought more about it and was concerned it might be a scam so I think decided to move my BTC out of the wallet on there.

On what site does it show up? it should show up on all sites.

The only site that I can find that my transaction shows up is on chain.so, it looks like it has not even reached the blockchain yet.

Apologize I was mistaken on the amount. I have sent 0.77 BTC to that wallet in the past but that was a separate transaction unrelated to this one. The actual amount was
0.67387585.

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November 10, 2017, 04:32:31 PM
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On further investigation, your transaction is depending on a long chain of earlier transactions that were never confirmed and which I can ONLY find as unconfirmed transactions at chain.so.

If you sent your transaction from a wallet, then the wallet you are using has a bug and you should stop using it.  You will need to export the private keys and import them into a properly working wallet to determine exactly how many bitcoins you actually have.

If you sent your transaction from an account that you have with a service, then you will need to contact the service provider and inform them that their service is broken.  You will then need to wait for the service to fix their problem so they can create valid transactions.

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If you sent your transaction from an account that you have with a service, then you will need to contact the service provider and inform them that their service is broken.  You will then need to wait for the service to fix their problem so they can create valid transactions.

Thank you Danny. I was worried that might be the case. The people that run that site are very unresponsive and I may have lost my money on this....uggghhhhh

I really appreciate you looking into this for me.
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If you sent your transaction from an account that you have with a service, then you will need to contact the service provider and inform them that their service is broken.  You will then need to wait for the service to fix their problem so they can create valid transactions.

Thank you Danny. I was worried that might be the case. The people that run that site are very unresponsive and I may have lost my money on this....uggghhhhh

I really appreciate you looking into this for me.

So, let me get this right.

You deposited money into a crowdfunding ICO - ( link us please ), they store it for you in their webwallet until the ICO ends, -> you decide that you no longer want to invest. -> Said ICO no longer wants to give / is failing to give you your money back?

If you mind giving me the link of the ICO you were investing in, if they're doing a real ICO, you're probably going to get it back, but right now it does sound like this isn't the case.

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If you sent your transaction from an account that you have with a service, then you will need to contact the service provider and inform them that their service is broken.  You will then need to wait for the service to fix their problem so they can create valid transactions.

Thank you Danny. I was worried that might be the case. The people that run that site are very unresponsive and I may have lost my money on this....uggghhhhh

I really appreciate you looking into this for me.

So, let me get this right.

You deposited money into a crowdfunding ICO - ( link us please ), they store it for you in their webwallet until the ICO ends, -> you decide that you no longer want to invest. -> Said ICO no longer wants to give / is failing to give you your money back?

If you mind giving me the link of the ICO you were investing in, if they're doing a real ICO, you're probably going to get it back, but right now it does sound like this isn't the case.

He mentioned it on the other post:

https://polynetwork.org/

This must be it.

I can't access the wallet because it asks for a login:

https://ico.polynetwork.org/login

Anyway... it is clear now that he must contact support from that ICO and pray that you aren't victim of yet another exit scam of sorts.

Also OP, what wallet do you use to store your majority of Bitcoins? might be a good time to learn about cold storage and full nodes while you are at it.

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Thank you everyone for supporting me and looking into this situation I've found myself in.

AdolfinWolf - You have accurately described the situation. That is exactly what happened. The link to the site is https://ico.polynetwork.org/signup/cbvv1992 ......obviously I think now this site to be a scam and no one should ever think about putting money into this thing. Now that I've tried to move my money away from the site, i started getting issues and then I posted on this site for support.


Anyway... it is clear now that he must contact support from that ICO and pray that you aren't victim of yet another exit scam of sorts.
Yep. I have contacted them multiple times and have not received feedback. I did go on all of their social media spots and expose them though.

Also OP, what wallet do you use to store your majority of Bitcoins?
I have kept my BTC on Coinbase....perhaps I should look at other options. I think I may be one of those people that jumped in feet first into the crypto space without doing all of my due diligence on everything. Feeling regretful at the moment.

The reason the transaction doesn't show up on all blockchain explorers is that the inputs are still unconfirmed.
Just tried to rebroadcast it on blockchain.info.

I appreciate the help! It was going to coinbase wallet.

I'm going to keep reaching out to the site and pray that they help me out. At this point, I'm not super hopeful for that. Thank you everyone.
















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Also OP, what wallet do you use to store your majority of Bitcoins?
I have kept my BTC on Coinbase....perhaps I should look at other options. I think I may be one of those people that jumped in feet first into the crypto space without doing all of my due diligence on everything. Feeling regretful at the moment.

The reason the transaction doesn't show up on all blockchain explorers is that the inputs are still unconfirmed.
Just tried to rebroadcast it on blockchain.info.

I appreciate the help! It was going to coinbase wallet.

I'm going to keep reaching out to the site and pray that they help me out. At this point, I'm not super hopeful for that. Thank you everyone.

For maximum control, it's better to have a wallet that is on your own computer and not a web wallet.
Hoping the best for you.

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Thank you everyone for supporting me and looking into this situation I've found myself in.

AdolfinWolf - You have accurately described the situation. That is exactly what happened. The link to the site is https://ico.polynetwork.org/signup/cbvv1992 ......obviously I think now this site to be a scam and no one should ever think about putting money into this thing. Now that I've tried to move my money away from the site, i started getting issues and then I posted on this site for support.


Anyway... it is clear now that he must contact support from that ICO and pray that you aren't victim of yet another exit scam of sorts.
Yep. I have contacted them multiple times and have not received feedback. I did go on all of their social media spots and expose them though.

Also OP, what wallet do you use to store your majority of Bitcoins?
I have kept my BTC on Coinbase....perhaps I should look at other options. I think I may be one of those people that jumped in feet first into the crypto space without doing all of my due diligence on everything. Feeling regretful at the moment.

The reason the transaction doesn't show up on all blockchain explorers is that the inputs are still unconfirmed.
Just tried to rebroadcast it on blockchain.info.

I appreciate the help! It was going to coinbase wallet.

I'm going to keep reaching out to the site and pray that they help me out. At this point, I'm not super hopeful for that. Thank you everyone.


















How did you got affiliated with the polygon ICO?

both their site and ANN thread seem extremely dead, with barely any replies. I've searched for reviews of them, and noone of them were really that positive...
 
It's really hard to find ANYTHING from them. how come you invested 0.7BTC?
I think this is just another cashgrab, and that you're going to lose your bitcoin. Please keep us updated.

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Good question. I follow several Youtubers and one of them was really promoting it and I watch a lot of his videos. I didn't really do a ton of independent research on them, which I should have. I put this on me as I should be done my own research and invested only in projects and companies that make sense. Honestly, I was gullible. It sucks but yeah I think I am basically not going to get my money back.
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Hey Everyone - I just wanted to follow up again with the community. Does anyone have any suggestion for me and how I can either accelerate/cancel my current transaction so I don't lose 5k...Any help would be greatly appreciated.

I'm starting to think that I most likely lost my money but hoping someone might have a hail mary for me Smiley
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