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Author Topic: Inputs.io | Instant Payments, Offchain API, Secure Wallet, 235k+ BTC transferred  (Read 157980 times)
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November 07, 2013, 05:27:21 AM
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I have sent an email to support@inputs.io. Will update this if/when I get a refund.
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November 07, 2013, 05:30:26 AM
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Inputs is dead and you'll need to find a new service provider. I don't recommend storing any Bitcoins accessible on computers connected to the internet.

What about CoinLenders?  Is that dead too?

Just received an email about my coinlenders coins.

Hi,

This claim involves CoinLenders which will be handled soon. Due to major hacks, Inputs does not have enough BTC to repay everyone fully which has also affected CoinLenders. If you have had balance shown on Inputs.io, we're dividing up the coins we do have left based on a sliding scale, and have sent it to the specified address. On your Inputs account, your balance should have flipped to the negative to indicate you've received a refund.

We apologize sincerely for the lost Bitcoins. It's been a very hard lesson for us, and we're sorry that we have to pass it onto our users. Please respond to the email if you have any queries.
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November 07, 2013, 05:36:57 AM
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Got a quick reply from inputs.io:

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If you have had balance shown on Inputs.io, we're dividing up the coins we do have left based on a sliding scale, and have sent it to the specified address.

I do not have anything to my bitcoin address yet, and still show a balance on inputs.io..  Will report in when something shows up.

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November 07, 2013, 05:38:31 AM
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Inputs is dead and you'll need to find a new service provider. I don't recommend storing any Bitcoins accessible on computers connected to the internet.

What about CoinLenders?  Is that dead too?

Just received an email about my coinlenders coins.

Hi,

This claim involves CoinLenders which will be handled soon. Due to major hacks, Inputs does not have enough BTC to repay everyone fully which has also affected CoinLenders. If you have had balance shown on Inputs.io, we're dividing up the coins we do have left based on a sliding scale, and have sent it to the specified address. On your Inputs account, your balance should have flipped to the negative to indicate you've received a refund.

We apologize sincerely for the lost Bitcoins. It's been a very hard lesson for us, and we're sorry that we have to pass it onto our users. Please respond to the email if you have any queries.


That e-mail doesn't make any sense... "Users of coinlenders are also effected (read: fucked) but only users of inputs are currently getting any BTC returned."
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November 07, 2013, 05:38:54 AM
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I do not have anything to my bitcoin address yet, and still show a balance on inputs.io..  Will report in when something shows up.

Your btc address? If you have a balance on Inputs that's >1 BTC and have received an email, you should have received a refund already.
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November 07, 2013, 05:39:11 AM
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So its only people who lost over 1 BTC that can expect anything back?
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November 07, 2013, 05:40:48 AM
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I also have received the same email regarding coinlenders.
I hope there is something left for us.

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November 07, 2013, 05:42:20 AM
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I also have received the same email regarding coinlenders.
I hope there is something left for us.

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November 07, 2013, 05:44:06 AM
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... Yeah... there goes my collection of dust transactions (which accumulated to a decent amount, .17BTC.) I was on Inputs for the fact that you could accumulate a crap load of dust transactions, and it wouldn't matter, because the txn fee was only .5 mBTC. Is there any wallet out there that has similar (to no) transaction fees?
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I do not have anything to my bitcoin address yet, and still show a balance on inputs.io..  Will report in when something shows up.

Your btc address? If you have a balance on Inputs that's >1 BTC and have received an email, you should have received a refund already.

Bit over half a coin.  Had just increased my balance on Coinlenders, which is more.  You email did say proportional - please tell me that this carries to the smaller amounts as well, at least down to something like 0.1 BTC.  At these prices, half a coin is not dust.

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November 07, 2013, 05:46:27 AM
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I thought i post this for those who are wondering how much they will get back.

I received 37.8% of the bitcoins i had on deposit back.

I am curious if they will try and pay the rest back with profits from other sites like just-dice etc..
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November 07, 2013, 05:46:37 AM
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... Yeah... there goes my collection of dust transactions. I was on Inputs for the fact that you could accumulate a crap load of dust transactions, and it wouldn't matter, because the txn fee was only .5 mBTC. Is there any wallet out there that has similar (to no) transaction fees?
I'm building one. Its 3/4 finished.

Also is inputs.io for sale?

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November 07, 2013, 05:47:13 AM
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got 4 coins on coinlenders... this is a huge hit to me. fuck. also, how can coinlenders be linked with inputs?!

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November 07, 2013, 05:53:59 AM
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... Yeah... there goes my collection of dust transactions. I was on Inputs for the fact that you could accumulate a crap load of dust transactions, and it wouldn't matter, because the txn fee was only .5 mBTC. Is there any wallet out there that has similar (to no) transaction fees?
I'm building one. Its 3/4 finished.

Also is inputs.io for sale?
Please tell me it's not an internet wallet.
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November 07, 2013, 05:54:33 AM
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got 4 coins on coinlenders... this is a huge hit to me. fuck. also, how can coinlenders be linked with inputs?!

tradefortress runs them both.

it looks like they basically had pooled funds.
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November 07, 2013, 05:55:01 AM
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I thought i post this for those who are wondering how much they will get back.

I received 37.8% of the bitcoins i had on deposit back.

I am curious if they will try and pay the rest back with profits from other sites like just-dice etc..

That seems low.  If the only funds taken were the hot wallet funds wouldn't you expect more than 38% to be left safely offline?

I know inputs ran a hot wallet system because it would sometimes complain about the "hot pocket" being empty when I tried to withdraw from it.

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November 07, 2013, 05:55:33 AM
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got 4 coins on coinlenders... this is a huge hit to me. fuck. also, how can coinlenders be linked with inputs?!

tradefortress runs them both.

it looks like they basically had pooled funds.

This is probably because CoinLenders was lying about its business model. The loans were just a decoy. The real business model was to wait for the right moment to run.

I thought i post this for those who are wondering how much they will get back.

I received 37.8% of the bitcoins i had on deposit back.

I am curious if they will try and pay the rest back with profits from other sites like just-dice etc..

That seems low.  If the only funds taken were the hot wallet funds wouldn't you expect more than 38% to be left safely offline?

I know inputs ran a hot wallet system because it would sometimes complain about the "hot pocket" being empty when I tried to withdraw from it.

I am inclined to believe that inputs.io was an inside job. If not, it's likely that its cold wallet was on a computer connected to the Internet. So much for "cold"...
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November 07, 2013, 05:56:21 AM
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I thought i post this for those who are wondering how much they will get back.

I received 37.8% of the bitcoins i had on deposit back.

I am curious if they will try and pay the rest back with profits from other sites like just-dice etc..

That seems low.  If the only funds taken were the hot wallet funds wouldn't you expect more than 38% to be left safely offline?

I know inputs ran a hot wallet system because it would sometimes complain about the "hot pocket" being empty when I tried to withdraw from it.

indeed, if there were 4100 coins in the hot pocket, he should easily have 10k in cold storage.

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November 07, 2013, 05:59:54 AM
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indeed, if there were 4100 coins in the hot pocket, he should easily have 10k in cold storage.
That'd be great, but it's not the case. The majority of the coins were on the 'hot pocket' which was hacked Lips sealed.

Why did this change from a few days ago, when people were complaining about a too-small "hot pocket"?
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November 07, 2013, 06:00:59 AM
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indeed, if there were 4100 coins in the hot pocket, he should easily have 10k in cold storage.
That'd be great, but it's not the case. The majority of the coins were on the 'hot pocket' which was hacked Lips sealed.

Why did this change from a few days ago, when people were complaining about a too-small "hot pocket"?
The hack occurred on 2013-10-26.
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