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October 18, 2013, 02:32:39 AM
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I goofed and sent money to the wrong address back in March. TWICE. (Ugh.)  Any detectives out there good at figuring out where I sent it?   

Here are the transactions:  The first one from 2011 is a Hint. It was valid. The one for 5 btc and 10 btc were the ones I should not have sent.

http://btclook.com/addr/1CNgRULaq7PVenr5x3CpbYqQ1kkVaoKopy

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October 18, 2013, 02:34:27 AM
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Well who did you send it to in 2011? It will be the same person. Just remember who you sent it to, and ask them to send it back. My guess is that it is an exchange, probably MtGox.

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October 18, 2013, 02:36:13 AM
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1btc reward if I recover it all.

How exactly you expect to recover those?

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October 18, 2013, 02:36:25 AM
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Well who did you send it to in 2011? It will be the same person. Just remember who you sent it to, and ask them to send it back.

I thought I had figured it out, thought it was Mt Gox, but they denied it.

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October 18, 2013, 08:18:01 AM
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You must have a lot of BTC to have this careless mistake twice. I mean those 5 to 10 BTC feels like few sen to you?

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October 19, 2013, 03:09:06 PM
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2 steps down from the 2011 transaction there is a transaction with the change going to a "super address" or more likely a "super wallet" (wallet transferring over 10,000 BTC).  If you find out who owns this address you may be able get your coins back.

address: 18mddZvpUTLqb1twgokF5HtVbb45YJFhdB

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October 19, 2013, 11:58:58 PM
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btclook says "No transactions have ever been observed on this address."

Use https://blockchain.info/address/1CNgRULaq7PVenr5x3CpbYqQ1kkVaoKopy instead.

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October 20, 2013, 07:54:30 AM
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I goofed and sent money to the wrong address back in March. TWICE. (Ugh.)  Any detectives out there good at figuring out where I sent it?   

Here are the transactions:  The first one from 2011 is a Hint. It was valid. The one for 5 btc and 10 btc were the ones I should not have sent.

http://btclook.com/addr/1CNgRULaq7PVenr5x3CpbYqQ1kkVaoKopy

1btc reward if I recover it all.

No way to get it back, case closed...

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