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August 31, 2011, 08:16:34 PM
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OK, now this is looking quite damning.   Embarrassed
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September 01, 2011, 07:19:58 AM
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Tom Williams,

You better come up with %100 of everyone's bitcoins ASAP even if you need to buy them with your own money from one of the exchanges.

Those bitcoins are YOUR responsibility.

I can think of times in my life where I made mistakes,  and paid tens of thousands of dollars out of my own pocket to make things right.

Now it is your turn.

Do the right thing.

And you'll do what exactly if he doesn't?...  It's all well and good that you paid up when you made mistakes, but assuming others will is a recipe for being taken advantage of.



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September 01, 2011, 08:27:45 AM
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Things that make you go hmmm...

Earlier today, someone at mybitcoin.com redirected the site.

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curl mybitcoin.com
<title>302 Moved</title>
<h1>302 Moved</h1>
This document has moved to URL <a href="http://50.61.240.200/proxy/errors/404/">http://50.61.240.200/proxy/errors/404/</a>.

This may have been some kind of configuration error since /proxy/errors/404/ don't even exist on 50.61.240.200

BUT...what DOES exist at 50.61.240.200 is onlyonetv.com ... Bruce's TV show

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ping onlyonetv.com
PING onlyonetv.com (50.61.240.200) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from 50.61.240.200: icmp_seq=1 ttl=54 time=61.3 ms

I find it strange that whoever is running the mybitcoin domain made a config error that just so happen to incorrectly redirect to the IP address of Bruce's site.  Like, why the hell would mybitcoin.com suddenly redirect to onlyonetv.com's IP address error page then suddenly fix itself?

After the 404 config error was fixed, if you went to http://mybitcoin.com you wouldn't get the 404 error any more, but you would get a landing page at arvixe.com:

It's strange enough that mybitcoin.com is now was being hosted at arvixe.com, the same host as onlyonetv.com, but it's even stranger that an error in the configuration would point directly to Bruce's ip address and now mybitcoin.com no longer points to arvixe.com at all now.

If you go to mybitcoin.com NOW, you will see that it goes to the old page content just as if nothing had changed today.  I don't know what's going on, but it stinks.  Huh

Just playing devil's advocate, but couldn't someone have hacked it that way to frame Bruce?
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September 01, 2011, 02:06:44 PM
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Just playing devil's advocate, but couldn't someone have hacked it that way to frame Bruce?

Yes, absolutely (not hacked, but the owner of the server could have just put up a redirect). It's like a David Mamet movie in here. Scammers scamming scammers with another plot twist every 10 minutes.
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October 17, 2011, 12:19:19 AM
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I stopped mining before mybitcoin shut down, and had a mybitcoin address as the payout address for some of my pooled mining accounts.

I had filed my claim had < 1.0BTC in the MyBitcoin Account, and received my 49% shortly after.

recently I checked my pooled accounts for the small amounts I had left behind, I realized I had left a mybitcoin pay out address in them and changed it.  and requested pay out.  however one of the pools required a verification e-mail of the change, and paid out to mybitcoin before I could click the verification e-mail.

its  ~ .25 BTC.  Went to try and claim again, and it says my balance is 0 and that I already made my claim.

also someone/thing still checks the wallet and sends deposits. Here my old Mybitcoin address.

1L6LCHkgVox1aRoDywwrZrXq1G6E3C9LEA

Set up the same thing..
http://bit.ly/btcrefs
Get more bitcoins.
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