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April 09, 2018, 01:45:01 PM
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Can someone help me please.

i got stole.

1G6UhRndz1VCUdhqQRkJG9t4yVenzhTEkz Wallet Address, is their anything i can do ?
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April 09, 2018, 01:55:30 PM
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If you really need help, you're going to have to be a bit more detailed. Explain what happened, step by step, and what you need help with.

Did you lose control of the address you posted? Or is that where your coins went? Of it's not a wallet you own, there's no way to retrieve it. Only the owner can return them to you.

Edit: strange address. 143 txs since yesterday, all receiving, total 14.3 BTC. Looks fishy. Care to explain what happened to you and which tx relates to you?

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April 09, 2018, 02:41:52 PM
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I am using cryptopia, someone acces my account, sold every crypto i had, withdrew to this address. Now im pretty fucked. I have ask cryptopia's support if they can send me the log of my account so i can have the ip, cause the dude clearly got on my account.
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April 09, 2018, 02:47:04 PM
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If its confirmed, no one can help you. Bitcoin transactions aren't reversible.

If its an inside job, then you would have to prove it which is fairly unlikely. The IP wouldn't help much either, they can't prove anything and the attacker would've probably used a proxy of some sort to mask their identity. You should be looking at the ways that you got hacked; do you have a malware on your computers/phone or was your password used across several platforms etc.

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April 09, 2018, 03:10:13 PM
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https://btc.com/1G6UhRndz1VCUdhqQRkJG9t4yVenzhTEkz

Looks like this address has had 143 transactions which is massive, and these transactions happened during 7 to 8, so 1 to 2 days ago... which leads me to ask.. you had 14 BTC in cryptopia? are you insane? or just incredibly rich and 14 BTC are not that much to you?

Leaving money in exchanges is always a bad idea, but these exchanges with low volume should be considered even higher of a risk.

Honestly I think it's over for you, he will most likely send the coins through helix or other mixer, and then it is delusional to expect any sort of analysis could be performed.


If its confirmed, no one can help you. Bitcoin transactions aren't reversible.

If its an inside job, then you would have to prove it which is fairly unlikely. The IP wouldn't help much either, they can't prove anything and the attacker would've probably used a proxy of some sort to mask their identity. You should be looking at the ways that you got hacked; do you have a malware on your computers/phone or was your password used across several platforms etc.

There's still a chance that he used his real IP.. there's dumb people out there. He should ask cryptopia for the details and see if he can catch the thief.

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April 09, 2018, 03:16:37 PM
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If cryptopia see that when i withdraw, i wasnt on the same ip or even the same region, can they get back my money. you guys told me that with my wallet maybe i could have done something, is their a way if cryptopia acept to help me ? Noob question incoming, if i send 0.00001 to his wallet, can i track the transaction ?
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April 09, 2018, 03:18:49 PM
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The IP address might help you to identify if it was a inside job, but they will not divulge that information, because it will

incriminate their business. You might have to go through all the legal channels to force them to give that information, but if

this was a inside job, you might even get a edited version of the log files. The process might take some time and this might be

outside your local law enforcements jurisdiction and also above their knowledge levels about this technology. You will have to

offer a reward/bounty and hope some white hat hacker responds with something.  Roll Eyes

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April 09, 2018, 03:23:43 PM
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Well i offer 7 btc to the person who get back my 14 btc, is that enought ?
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April 09, 2018, 03:59:22 PM
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There's still a chance that he used his real IP.. there's dumb people out there. He should ask cryptopia for the details and see if he can catch the thief.
IP isn't the easiest way to find someone. Getting the information about the user often requires a court order from whichever jurisdiction the IP is located in and I'm not sure if they would consider it if its just a relatively small case. The easiest way out is to just say that you weren't the one that did it and they can't pursue it anymore. IP addresses aren't concrete evidence that someone is guilty.
If cryptopia see that when i withdraw, i wasnt on the same ip or even the same region, can they get back my money. you guys told me that with my wallet maybe i could have done something, is their a way if cryptopia acept to help me ? Noob question incoming, if i send 0.00001 to his wallet, can i track the transaction ?
No and no. They can't do anything and you can't track the funds if they've used a mixer.
Well i offer 7 btc to the person who get back my 14 btc, is that enought ?
No. You can offer all the Bitcoins you have in the world. No one can reverse Bitcoin transactions and your Bitcoins are lost.

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April 09, 2018, 04:09:01 PM
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Well, first of all is important to understand if was haked your PC (and someone has used your ID & Pass for access to cryptopia) or if was haked cryptopia (and someone had access to their ID , and maybe PASS, database) .
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April 09, 2018, 04:12:20 PM
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Everything on my account got changed, info , etc.
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April 09, 2018, 04:15:20 PM
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It will be really hard for you to get the money back unfortunately. How do you think they hacked you ? Sad

Hopefully you will do a clean install of the operating system and CHANGE all your passwords everywhere.

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April 09, 2018, 04:18:34 PM
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no clue, i got this website bookmarked so i really dont know.
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April 09, 2018, 04:20:47 PM
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Everything on my account got changed, info , etc.

So was hacked your PC?
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April 09, 2018, 04:56:48 PM
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i am on a ipad, so no ?
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April 09, 2018, 05:52:10 PM
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i am on a ipad, so no ?

Did you have 2FA enabled?
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April 09, 2018, 06:01:06 PM
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April 10, 2018, 03:18:09 AM
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Can someone help me please.

i got stole.

1G6UhRndz1VCUdhqQRkJG9t4yVenzhTEkz Wallet Address, is their anything i can do ?

We're gonna need a bit more info on how you were hacked or where you think the source of the hack originated.  But if the coins already left your wallet then theres not much that you can do.  IF you figure out who stole your bitcoins then you can attempt to contact them and threaten them with law enforcement or go directly to law enforcement with what you have.  The problem with this is that the hacker could be from another country which would render local law enforcement useless.

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April 10, 2018, 07:53:32 AM
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We're gonna need a bit more info on how you were hacked or where you think the source of the hack originated.  But if the coins already left your wallet then theres not much that you can do.  IF you figure out who stole your bitcoins then you can attempt to contact them and threaten them with law enforcement or go directly to law enforcement with what you have.  The problem with this is that the hacker could be from another country which would render local law enforcement useless.

You should read the thread.
OP clearly mentioned all of his funds on cryptopia got sold for BTC which then got withdrawn.





@OP:
Contacting law enforcement agencies is the only way of having a chance to get your coins back.

For the next time, you might chose a more appropiate form of storage. 14 BTC being 'stored' on an exchange is a bad idea.
Exchanges alrady got hacked and always will be the target of hackers. Nothing one can do about this.
If you really want to store your coins on an exchange (because of whatever reason; not advised!) then at least chose an competent exchange (e.g. binance).

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April 10, 2018, 10:52:21 AM
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Something still doesn't match up. If you had 2FA enabled, especially, then either the hacker has control of your 2FA device, or he managed to login (or stay logged in for a time), or he already has access to Cryptopia internally.

What's also strange is those 143 withdrawals in 2 days. That's a lot of 2fa confirmations if all of that came from cryptopia, and it should have somehow flagged their system too. Probably coincidence of 143 withdrawals for 14.3 BTC but usually these coincidences aren't.

That's really tough you can't do anything about it except lodge a report with law enforcement as bob123 suggests. That should assist with getting forensics from Cryptopia. Don't want to wet the blanket but don't expect anything from here though.

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