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January 02, 2018, 01:32:56 PM
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I feel sorry for you man. I really am so pissed with people who steal other people's hard earned cryptos. But sad to say, we cam do nothing to stop this guys but to take care of our possessions as carefully as we can.

you should've been more careful. I know the last thing you wamma hear right now is someone lecturing you but you need to hear it. So, think back. Did you just get into bitcoingold? or you also get into bitcoincash with the same address?
Also, another thing to look at is if you clicked on a phishing site. Then after that, think if there are any other people who know about your address or are there people who can access your pc. Trace every step you took amd try to get to the root of the problem.

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January 02, 2018, 04:39:50 PM
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You are lucky you didn't lose the 5 BTC you got in your wallet.
Check your PC for keyloggers and think of changing all your passwords and moving your coins to a more secure wallet maybe the hacker already has your passwords and private keys.
I don't think you will be able to get your 0.25BTC back but you can track the address where they were sent maybe you got lucky and find who stole your money.

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January 02, 2018, 11:21:58 PM
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There is a 99% chance that you got hacked.

If yes, you probably got compromised the private key from this wallet and some  hacker has a scrypt to auto withdraw any amont that come to it.

I have come round to this view - I think the wallet was hacked and the hacker setup a script to automatically withdraw anything that was put into it.


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I appreciate the offer but I genuinely don't think the Coinomi wallet was the issue - somehow the Electrum wallet was hacked.


flippener before this incoming transaction which is now gone your Electrum wallet is empty?I see you send all your BTC before and in that moment everything is normal-but after that did you upgrade your Electrum wallet because I see you are using latest 3.0.3 version?

I think you are download fake Electrum 3.0.3 version maybe and it is just waiting for any incoming transaction,it is happen to many others users because there is so many fake sites which pay to Google to place their ad on the top of search results.Check here : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2660792.0

If this is not case then you exposed your private keys/seed somewhere where you did not to do that.Too bad that you did not change withdraw address on Poloniex to your primary wallet.

I emptied the Electrum wallet so I could claim Bitcoin Gold without risk to my BTC. Of course, since Poloniex took 2 months to acknowledge my withdrawal I ended up in the situation where it was withdrawing to an old, and now clearly compromised, wallet. I don't know how or where I exposed the private keys but it was to claim a fork, either BTG or another one. I thought that still left only a small chance of being scammed, but clearly not. If seems that if there's even a tiny chance your wallet has been compromised, then it has been.

I have now moved all my BTC into a new Ledger hardware wallet.

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January 05, 2018, 01:21:31 PM
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I just created an account to show you my discovery, because after saw post and clicked on your nickname, I found this:
https://bitcoin-investors.co.uk
...and then I saw this:
https://bitcoin-investors.co.uk/page/3/
and this:
https://bitcoin-investors.co.uk/2017/11/how-to-claim-the-bitcore-bitcoin-2nd-snapshot-airdrop/
I think you (or somebody) published first part of your wallet globally 2 months ago.
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January 05, 2018, 09:54:07 PM
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Quote: "To claim BTG I swept the private key from that Electrum Wallet into Coinomi so I could access the equivalent BTG"

Does the Coinomi app you used have a BTC wallet too or only a BTG one?
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January 05, 2018, 11:15:09 PM
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I just created an account to show you my discovery, because after saw post and clicked on your nickname, I found this:
https://bitcoin-investors.co.uk
...and then I saw this:
https://bitcoin-investors.co.uk/page/3/
and this:
https://bitcoin-investors.co.uk/2017/11/how-to-claim-the-bitcore-bitcoin-2nd-snapshot-airdrop/
I think you (or somebody) published first part of your wallet globally 2 months ago.

Looks like you exposed your own wallet private key  Shocked
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