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January 05, 2018, 01:50:41 PM
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I would invite everyone to grab some popcorn and log into ARDOR-HKCS-V6N8-FH7T-A3SLF and see what the thief does with my coins that he stole from ARDOR-387K-CU5G-C5E8-F5EUC.  That's me.   I will be keeping a running log of what he does with my coins and I will keep the world updated.  So far Mr. Genius has done nothing with them, confident in his anonymity.    He even calls himself "Man in the Sky".  That's the name of his virus anyway, probably has one in real life too.  Everyone log in and have a look and I will be updating this thread as developments occur.  The coins were stolen on January 2, 2018 over the course of an hour between 13:52 and 14:55, just one day after the launch of the Ardor platform.  And not one genius can figure out how to get my coins back.  Today 1/5/18 he is not staking.  He must be off line.  How sweet. 
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January 13, 2018, 05:30:21 PM
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Update Jan 13. 2018

The thief has been holding the coins and he has not forged since he stopped forging last week.  So at least your fees are not going to this criminal for the past seven days.  Apparently he is bullish on his ill gotten gains because he is holding.  No reply from minergate when I confronted them multiple times about my coins magically being moved from my wallet to another address after they installed multiple viruses on my computer.  But apparently according to the Ardor thread it's my fault that my coins were stolen because my security was not tight enough even though I was actually using the coin (I.E. putting my passphrase into my wallet) and not just hoarding the coin waiting for some more suckers to come fight over the scraps.  More updates to follow. 
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January 14, 2018, 09:02:30 PM
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By the way, thief.  I can prove ownership of those coins.  The account you stole those coins came from is linked to my Bittrex verified account.  Verified with my passport and photo.
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