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January 03, 2018, 12:25:11 AM
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This account has been hacked. The hacker has now associated it with adult websites promotions.  
The only purpose of stealing someones account is to mislead others to believe that one has more credential than they should.... for reasons/purposes you be the judge please.

I can prove I am the original owner of this account.

I have contacted Cyrus and Theymos but have not heard back from them.

Don't get scammed, don't get fooled by looking at the level.

I noticed it on October 6th, and emailed admins on 10/6 & 10/8, followed up with my signed signature but haven't heard from anyone;
and have been patiently waiting but I don't know what else to do.

Whoever stole it, posted in Russian on Oct 16, all my original/prior posts have been in English...

I will try to do whatever you suggest.

Please help me get this account back.  Thank you very much for reading this!!

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January 03, 2018, 01:57:22 AM
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This account has been hacked. The hacker has now associated it with adult websites promotions.  
The only purpose of stealing someones account is to mislead others to believe that one has more credential than they should.... for reasons/purposes you be the judge please.

I can prove I am the original owner of this account.

I have contacted Cyrus and Theymos but have not heard back from them.

Don't get scammed, don't get fooled by looking at the level.

I noticed it on October 6th, and emailed admins on 10/6 & 10/8, followed up with my signed signature but haven't heard from anyone;
and have been patiently waiting but I don't know what else to do.

Whoever stole it, posted in Russian on Oct 16, all my original/prior posts have been in English...

I will try to do whatever you suggest.

Please help me get this account back.  Thank you very much for reading this!!

Provide proof (signed message from known/posted address) and DT members can tag the account to warn others. Otherwise, assuming you followed the correct format on this thread, you would have to wait for Cyrus or theymos.

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January 03, 2018, 03:40:21 AM
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This account has been hacked. The hacker has now associated it with adult websites promotions.  
The only purpose of stealing someones account is to mislead others to believe that one has more credential than they should.... for reasons/purposes you be the judge please.

I can prove I am the original owner of this account.

I have contacted Cyrus and Theymos but have not heard back from them.

Don't get scammed, don't get fooled by looking at the level.

I noticed it on October 6th, and emailed admins on 10/6 & 10/8, followed up with my signed signature but haven't heard from anyone;
and have been patiently waiting but I don't know what else to do.

Whoever stole it, posted in Russian on Oct 16, all my original/prior posts have been in English...

I will try to do whatever you suggest.

Please help me get this account back.  Thank you very much for reading this!!

Provide proof (signed message from known/posted address) and DT members can tag the account to warn others. Otherwise, assuming you followed the correct format on this thread, you would have to wait for Cyrus or theymos.
My account did not have the bitcoin address, but I did give the ethereum address.

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January 04, 2018, 12:08:51 PM
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My account did not have the bitcoin address, but I did give the ethereum address.

The PM contained enough information for me to believe the account has changed hands one way or the other, and certainly the numerous posts that got edited around October of 2017 shows someone went back and changed all of the addresses.

The address you gave wasn't posted that long ago so I personally would find it hard to accept as proof that you are the original owner, but at least the owner as of September 2017. Regardless, I certainly would not recommend anyone trusting the gallery2000 account at this point.

And, if you want an older post to work on a bitcoin-based signed message:
https://web.archive.org/web/20150519081241/https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=627899.0

The original was edited to change the address but the unedited version from 2014 in the link above shows that you sent 1 BTC to:
17wPsP8H8eZttqRRzuuwWbCU2xLYrkCeWV  on May 26th, 2014
Which came from 1HcMZzwrriBmipDi224npxnix4SHU7BXNZ
https://blockchain.info/tx/370ffb70f1a4551d363cb9748ba367e3711d15f97de16de4317c0e6dadb32a48

Can you sign a message from this BTC address? 1HcMZzwrriBmipDi224npxnix4SHU7BXNZ

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January 04, 2018, 01:57:21 PM
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Wow, thank you for your diligent investigation!  Great!

My account did not have the bitcoin address, but I did give the ethereum address.

The PM contained enough information for me to believe the account has changed hands one way or the other, and certainly the numerous posts that got edited around October of 2017 shows someone went back and changed all of the addresses.

The address you gave wasn't posted that long ago so I personally would find it hard to accept as proof that you are the original owner, but at least the owner as of September 2017. Regardless, I certainly would not recommend anyone trusting the gallery2000 account at this point.

And, if you want an older post to work on a bitcoin-based signed message:
https://web.archive.org/web/20150519081241/https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=627899.0

The original was edited to change the address but the unedited version from 2014 in the link above shows that you sent 1 BTC to:
17wPsP8H8eZttqRRzuuwWbCU2xLYrkCeWV  on May 26th, 2014
Which came from 1HcMZzwrriBmipDi224npxnix4SHU7BXNZ
https://blockchain.info/tx/370ffb70f1a4551d363cb9748ba367e3711d15f97de16de4317c0e6dadb32a48

Can you sign a message from this BTC address? 1HcMZzwrriBmipDi224npxnix4SHU7BXNZ


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January 05, 2018, 10:52:09 AM
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My account did not have the bitcoin address, but I did give the ethereum address.

The PM contained enough information for me to believe the account has changed hands one way or the other, and certainly the numerous posts that got edited around October of 2017 shows someone went back and changed all of the addresses.

The address you gave wasn't posted that long ago so I personally would find it hard to accept as proof that you are the original owner, but at least the owner as of September 2017. Regardless, I certainly would not recommend anyone trusting the gallery2000 account at this point.

And, if you want an older post to work on a bitcoin-based signed message:
https://web.archive.org/web/20150519081241/https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=627899.0

The original was edited to change the address but the unedited version from 2014 in the link above shows that you sent 1 BTC to:
17wPsP8H8eZttqRRzuuwWbCU2xLYrkCeWV  on May 26th, 2014
Which came from 1HcMZzwrriBmipDi224npxnix4SHU7BXNZ
https://blockchain.info/tx/370ffb70f1a4551d363cb9748ba367e3711d15f97de16de4317c0e6dadb32a48

Can you sign a message from this BTC address? 1HcMZzwrriBmipDi224npxnix4SHU7BXNZ


I think that 1HcMZzwrriBmipDi224npxnix4SHU7BXNZ is with localbitcoins.com where I used to mined and sold.  

From the https://web.archive.org/web/20150519081241/https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=627899.0 , it shows  my website http://www.slimdiary.com was in my signature.  If I can prove that I own slimdiary.com , would that prove I am the owner of gallery200 back in May 27 2014 also?

Also, if you check my IPs address when I posted in 2014, The IPs would show that I was in Florida which matched with my IP address now. 


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