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Author Topic: Inputs.io | Instant Payments, Offchain API, Secure Wallet, 235k+ BTC transferred  (Read 157926 times)
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November 07, 2013, 08:01:04 PM
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Just want to share with you guys I've got 100% refund, true it was small amount ~0.01btc, but still ...
https://blockchain.info/ro/address/1GLadosEkeAsLReqS3yQ51E1R3wVtbJCDF

It's very difficult to understand or assume what exactely happened, there are a lot of unanswered questions...

The thing is TF is no doubt a very smart guy, considering what he achieved in business as a single guy, not being a company with dozens of employees as it might look the whole bunch of major and high traffic websites he was running
So it's equally difficult not to believe he's a scammer at some point but... think about it, if there is a chance he's not that, if he's just a well intended guy as probably each one of you, being caught in such a huge and overwhelming and shocking hit to your business... how the hell would you react?

Being quiet for two weeks after the hack and evaluating the chances to save your business not losing the trust of the ones trusting your business, I really doubt any of us in his position would run straight to the police to complain. Maybe he just hoped he's got chances to get things right, fix whatever was needed to be fixed to continue the business with the fewest casualties possible. Unfortunately at the end 100% bad luck.

It's just my idea, don't throw stones... IF he's not a bad guy, I cannot imagine me being in his place, suddenly having everything  ruined.
For me it's amazing the strength he has now, trying to refund people even like this , partially and chaotically ...

Thanks for refund TF ...
I did find you as a nice and reasonable guy as admin@coinchat, if you're not the scammer people are claiming, I'm really, really sad and sorry for the colapse of the whole thing...
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November 07, 2013, 08:33:07 PM
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I had .35 BTC stored so I emailed and received a .29 refund unconfirmed as of now. Had .05 stored in coinchat but don't think that will be refunded.
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November 07, 2013, 08:48:21 PM
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My email account is szullonico@hotmail.com

Amount on the wallet is 7.7492 BTC

Wallet address for inputs.io wallet is: 1Nr3WgaMrnjnmEJEL3WZf2BE66scHURAKv

Please send funds back to 1HsnUGi22h9YkQ5HHG7pw8JmhVRs2VoKFn

Thank you
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November 07, 2013, 08:54:33 PM
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http://www.coindesk.com/inputs-io-a-high-security-bitcoin-web-wallet/

So much can happen in 2 months...

http://www.coindesk.com/hackers-steal-bitcoins-inputs-io-wallet-service/
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November 07, 2013, 08:58:45 PM
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That's crazy internet magic money for you
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November 07, 2013, 08:59:02 PM
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Oops, he should take down that first post shouldn't he? Again, why are people storing millions of dollars on linode VPS servers?

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November 07, 2013, 09:04:29 PM
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Oops, he should take down that first post shouldn't he? Again, why are people storing millions of dollars on linode VPS servers?

so they can be "hacked"


no one is that stupid.

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November 07, 2013, 09:11:53 PM
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<snippet>why are people storing millions of dollars on <snip> VPS servers? </snippet>

Thats how it should be. He should have easily made the monthly income from the services to run this on dedicated systems, and not managed ones.
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November 07, 2013, 09:16:49 PM
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Sorry I am reposting this post from coinlenders as this is how I mourn. After this , you will not hear any more crying out of me. Really effing sh*tty day today...

On November 7, 2013, the sun doesn't seem to shine as bright as it use to. The thought of a global network hashing at 2.8 Petahashes does seem to arouse as much excitement as it once did. The idea of a P2P web of trust beyond world power controls doesn't seem as illustrious as it once did. A dark day it is indeed. Black Thursday

It took me 2 years, many late nights and much diligence to accumulate 6 BTC. Starting with faucets, then moving on to pushing small volume on violitile BTC & security exchange markets. All it took was 1 month to loose it all. The first half of my lose occurred through a close Internet friend of 4 years(who actually brought bitcoin to my attention) a P2P loan that defaulted. The second half of my loss now comes from this fiasco.

I was not ignorant of the high risk involved with placing my hard earned BTC on coinlenders. But when you roll small BTC numbers the rewards seems to outweigh the risk involves until you loose it all.  All of it....

1MoBi1eNbqh8QMuvtZjYzQGV8NEckJJYcT rep|GnuPG <3 CLAM <3
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November 07, 2013, 09:18:42 PM
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any update? I had 6.99BTC in there and i deposited last month and now its gone. I don't own much but it's all i had besides what ihave on my paper wallet. I don't think its fair.
Edit. I deposited October 31st.
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November 07, 2013, 09:20:13 PM
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Coins on the move

https://blockchain.info/address/1Cdc4GYDCfKdsp8o5KNg6z7XjRaSPpDBA4

Also if this is true - then TF needs to refund this guy fully, since he deposited on Nov 2nd after the stolen coins.

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1q3rpp/tradefortress_stole_30_of_my_btc/

Don't you get that is not how fractional reserves work ? The guy deposits 30 BTC, someone else withdrawals 30 BTC, the first guy can no longer be served in full.
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November 07, 2013, 09:33:08 PM
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If 4100 BTC were stolen, which address were they sent to?

Publish the blockchain info for the stolen coins, otherwise it's safe to assume there were no stolen coins.

Here you go.

http://blockchain.info/tx/9536feebe3a50b94f85ca27d56e669a7209bd4188385d55c5b97227c95cf7f74

The stolen coins are still unspent in https://blockchain.info/address/1EMztWbGCBBrUAHquVeNjWpJKcB8gBzAFx

Looks like the stolen coins were then sent to https://blockchain.info/tx/c8c34cd7845b4656d21db657aa64620c35361585a25f4890baf588daa3ef6d0f
and it looks like a BlockChain wallet.
I would contact the BlockChain.info owners to verify this.

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November 07, 2013, 09:39:06 PM
Last edit: November 07, 2013, 10:00:41 PM by dwdoc
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This is probably a stupid question but if 51% of the community agreed that those are stolen coins could that transaction be reversed and/or a new blockchain branch be embraced? Wasn't something like that done once before?

ps-I know the encryption cannot be reversed.

By the way this is the "bargaining" phase of grief (between denial and anger).  Shocked Angry

Edit: I guess I was thinking of BTC-E. They had a back up ledger and reimbursed all losses but this did not involve the blockchain. Compared to all cases looks like this will rank #1 and #2 in bitcoin heist history.
Unfortunately it's cases like this that will get government involved in regulating bitcoin because bitcoin users themselves will demand it if they keep getting cheated.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=83794.msg923918#msg923918
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November 07, 2013, 09:51:07 PM
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You messed up dude stop spamming about your coins.
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November 07, 2013, 10:13:26 PM
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TradeFortress,

Can I get a refund for the XRP that you stole from the Ripple Faucet before I banned you?

I expect a full 100% reimbursement.  The Ripple Faucet's address is r2hrqyjdLCBSkB6ADLpWkWtYFK96w1xMn.  You didn't just steal from me, but you also stole from all the other people who donated to the Ripple Faucet.

Graham


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November 07, 2013, 10:22:00 PM
Last edit: July 19, 2014, 05:38:23 AM by Taras
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Can anyone spare the 0.2 i lost to this? It's a lot to me. Sad
I don't have much. I was just mixing it overnight... And then this.

1LiBekNEv9Yxn9qM1XSdvz8BdN5GV68Q48

I'd do the email thing but it says only if you have more than 1 BTC D:
Thank you if you can help, I've never asked for money before...

Edit, long time later. If you're reading this, it's the future and you're weird for going through these posts. Just don't belittle me for this; I intend on using the following posts as an educational tool in the future.
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November 07, 2013, 10:27:25 PM
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Can anyone spare the 0.2 i lost to this? It's a lot to me. Sad
I don't have much. I was just mixing it overnight... And then this.

1LiBekNEv9Yxn9qM1XSdvz8BdN5GV68Q48

I'd do the email thing but it says only if you have more than 1 BTC D:
Thank you if you can help, I've never asked for money before...

Why did you need to mix it unless you was doing something criminal, serves you right.
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November 07, 2013, 10:37:04 PM
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Can anyone spare the 0.2 i lost to this? It's a lot to me. Sad
I don't have much. I was just mixing it overnight... And then this.

1LiBekNEv9Yxn9qM1XSdvz8BdN5GV68Q48

I'd do the email thing but it says only if you have more than 1 BTC D:
Thank you if you can help, I've never asked for money before...

Why did you need to mix it unless you was doing something criminal, serves you right.
I simply wanted to make an anonymous purchase. One that hides my actual balance (so that the other guy thought that I didn't have enough to pay full price)
Call me cheap, but I don't have a lot :L
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November 07, 2013, 10:37:52 PM
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Can anyone spare the 0.2 i lost to this? It's a lot to me. Sad
I don't have much. I was just mixing it overnight... And then this.

REMOVED

I'd do the email thing but it says only if you have more than 1 BTC D:
Thank you if you can help, I've never asked for money before...

STOP SPAMMING THIS STUFF, you learned a lesson. If anyone gives this person, you are hindering him from learning a lesson.



So I guess the lesson is that all on line wallets are unsafe including those used by most vendors and exchanges. If that were true that would be the end of bitcoin.
Nice troll job. No wonder your ignore button is yellow.
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November 07, 2013, 10:43:11 PM
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Can anyone spare the 0.2 i lost to this? It's a lot to me. Sad
I don't have much. I was just mixing it overnight... And then this.

REMOVED

I'd do the email thing but it says only if you have more than 1 BTC D:
Thank you if you can help, I've never asked for money before...

STOP SPAMMING THIS STUFF, you learned a lesson. If anyone gives this person, you are hindering him from learning a lesson.



So I guess the lesson is that all on line wallets are unsafe including those used by all vendors and all exchanges. If that were true that would be the end of bitcoin.
Nice troll job. No wonder your ignore button is yellow.
I didn't know I would lose half of all I got to a service that would be cleaned out the very next day! I certainly learned the lesson about online wallets, but I was just mixing them so that I might not have had to spend everything I have at once~

There IS a lesson to be learned here, but not being compensated won't keep me from learning it... I mean, i've lost half of everything. No fiat Sad
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