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August 02, 2011, 04:36:48 PM

So, the owner hasn't been communicating for over a month now, and his website goes down, though all the coins haven't moved so far (at least no one has expressed the contrary). So the possibility of him being dead or not being able to move or attend the situation is there. The question is, if this is the case, is there anything we can do to recoup these coins that are sitting on this server? Is there anything the hosting provider can do? I read a thread of someone proposing to contact the hosting provider and paying them to at least back up the files for the account, until we have further info.
Any thoughts?
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