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December 17, 2017, 03:25:09 AM
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My name is Alex I from Russia,this is my short story: 12.12.2017 somebody get the key to the poloneix exchange from my email and stole 2,2 bitcoins from my account, I have only address of bitcoin wallet of thief, and two ip’s(gess it’s a vpn). Help me guys cause it was me my family last money, and if can’t solve this problem... I seriously thinking about suicide.. is there any ways to find the money?.I will glad to any answers, thank you
 This is a wallet of thief: 1EwUdyxj4t9dVE5CkJ9LjURXe1WPH9oFcY


This is my e mail ash29@yandex.ru, and telegram @AlexKanat

And this is id an ip, of thief and bitcoin wallet, maybe it help

France, 62.210.162.166
Luksemburg, 94.242.249.38
This is id’s of transactions and address:

                BTC   0.10000000
        2017-12-14 00:25:53Address: 1EwUdyxj4t9dVE5CkJ9LjURXe1WPH9oFcYTxid: 9c0aca2f47aa8a9b0d6d6504d8a4f52dcaa8374f2ae34ce477bc0076f8e22896
        Complete   BTC   0.31000000
        2017-12-14 00:19:31Address: 1EwUdyxj4t9dVE5CkJ9LjURXe1WPH9oFcYTxid: 722c90c3803a2e66e79af5e5998efe288160fe857dbd90bda903a73961fde6c6
        Complete   BTC   0.20000000
        2017-12-13 23:58:33Address: 1EwUdyxj4t9dVE5CkJ9LjURXe1WPH9oFcYTxid: df0fc5c01e55c2a1dbffd028d0d621c5f81f243107b4077d73e5701562a98798
        Complete   BTC   0.19000000
        2017-12-13 23:54:20Address: 1EwUdyxj4t9dVE5CkJ9LjURXe1WPH9oFcYTxid: 2b70b8283fc45cb951f4aa5dc80d1764fa2742121fe8a9a70287c5db1fd45e37
        Complete   BTC   0.20000000
        2017-12-13 23:52:38Address: 1EwUdyxj4t9dVE5CkJ9LjURXe1WPH9oFcYTxid: 76bb6533d8c29ae32114ac6352076d8b951bef5b2ba6ae1f955cc4dc795c7f0d
        Complete   BTC   0.15000000
        2017-12-13 00:05:07Address: 1EwUdyxj4t9dVE5CkJ9LjURXe1WPH9oFcYTxid: 94ae30b5f761daad55dda28d16e11f500fb290544d863ed6bbc5b8be9565fd10
        Complete   BCH   2.00000000
        2017-12-13 00:02:34Address: 1EwUdyxj4t9dVE5CkJ9LjURXe1WPH9oFcYTxid: ec719ab32bc3d888955415cae6a2c3bfaf138635a7d7002f58e1ac2e352abaf8
        Complete   BTC   1.00000000
        2017-12-12 23:46:10Address: 1EwUdyxj4t9dVE5CkJ9LjURXe1WPH9oFcYTxid: 61459e529247282d335e9e45962f1ec2aa2f2e1fbf8060b7ac73018c1562aaa4
 Thank you for answers, and i know that its my fault to, but its not a reasen to give up.
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December 17, 2017, 03:48:27 AM
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Unfortunately Bitcoin transactions are final. There is no way to get your money back. You will hardly be able to do anything with just an IP, especially if it's a VPN.

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December 17, 2017, 07:19:29 AM
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You should have read all the threads, articles, posts,.. which recommend how to store bitcoins securely.
Keeping 2+ BTC on an exchange (without the need of having them there) is just ridiculous.
Email is a broken protocol. I don't understand why people think its safe. Only because it is used everyday it doesn't mean it isn't completely broken.
If you didn't had 2FA activated it was just a matter of time until your account got 'hacked'.
You can depict your situation to the prosecuting authorities. But getting your money back will most likely not work out.

Before you will buy any coins again, i would recommend to read this: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Storing_bitcoins

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December 17, 2017, 11:23:46 AM
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Transfers, especially when confirmed, are final and irrevocable. After looking at the thief's address, the bitcoins are definitely gone.

Securing bitcoins should be taught here and reminders should be posted and bumped to serve as a reminder for those who forget how to safeguard valuables. Coins are money and they have to be secured in the same way you keep money safely. I have been posting here countless times, often like a broken radio, about the importance of storing coins in a wallet with private keys you and you alone know, own and control. Storing them on an exchange opens opportunities for predators, scammers and opportunistic thieves.

It's not just the wallet which must be secured and fortified with anti-theft tools such as 2FA, strong passwords and IP geolocking (if available) but also the device which hosts that wallet. No public WiFi, no third party keyboards, no apps from unknown developers.

Email accounts must be secured too. A strong 2FA system is just as important for email accounts. A strong and unique password should be used. Never ever secure your email account with a password identical to the one you use for Bitcointalk or other online wallets and exchanges or any site prone to being hacked.

Looks like the thief has been busy and did well with his thievery. Lots of inputs and outputs there.

Very sorry for your loss. Those coins are permanently gone. Learn from this expensive nightmare and try to rebuild your financial life in a safer and more responsible way. Don't expose your keys and email credentials to anyone.


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December 17, 2017, 02:41:29 PM
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Unfortunately Bitcoin transactions are final. There is no way to get your money back. You will hardly be able to do anything with just an IP, especially if it's a VPN.

Can't be so sure about that  Roll Eyes

Sometimes thieves can move the funds straight to an exchange. In such a case you could send message to the exchange and tell them your story. Can you prove that you owned them and did not sell them to the "thief"?
It has happened that an exchange has frozen the coins and returned them back to their owner.

But usually thieves would circulate the coins in many addresses and tumblers before selling them. And in such a case it can be quite impossible to track the coins.
For example how could anyone know with any certainty if the owner of coins change in a transfer from one address to another? Maybe the coins have a new owner who has bought them in good faith. (In my country that means that he can legally keep them.)

My Address: 121f7zb2U4g9iM4MiJTDhEzqeZGHzq5wLh
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December 18, 2017, 01:54:34 AM
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So sorry to hear about your loss! I hope you somehow recover your funds my friend SadSadSad
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December 18, 2017, 07:44:15 AM
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I can not be soure about that my friend.So sorry to hear about your loss! I hope you somehow recover your funds my friend
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December 18, 2017, 09:53:40 AM
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Support to known exchanges  as bittrex,bitfinex etc. Write about stolen money with proving evidences. If thief has account on exchanges there is little hope Sad May Allah help you.
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December 18, 2017, 05:09:21 PM
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But usually thieves would circulate the coins in many addresses and tumblers before selling them. And in such a case it can be quite impossible to track the coins.
For example how could anyone know with any certainty if the owner of coins change in a transfer from one address to another? Maybe the coins have a new owner who has bought them in good faith. (In my country that means that he can legally keep them.)

if hacker don't use coin mixer and sell it to you, then you're have "dirty" money and real owner can take them back. If you're right man, but you bought stolen car this is don't make this car "clean". this only means that you lost your money (then FBI or something take away this car)

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