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February 24, 2011, 11:30:07 PM
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Baron,

That function prevents other people to know how much you've on your wallet. Because bitcoin registers every transaction if you use always the same it's possible, by reading the block chain, to know how much you've in your address/wallet.
So, by generating a new Address it's not impossible, because if you movement your coins it's possible to know at which address they were previously, but much harder for a stranger to know your BTC current balance.


Thank you for information.

I don't see any problems that someone can see how much I have in bitcoin client. but it's not normal that strangers can know how much you have in pocket.

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February 24, 2011, 11:34:09 PM
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maybe someone can tell me how it's possible to steal BTC money ?  I want be safe, but I don't know from what I need to protect (exclusive trojan, viruses).

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February 24, 2011, 11:35:26 PM
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According to baron:
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meet man in IRC who offer me to make deal, he send me ~9000$ BTC I send him ~3000$ liberty reserve (simple trade)
Guy in IRC sends money to: 1DVQEpTFjxYpZMVy4Bam9MCxeGEtmMmQCh (First seen: 2011-01-07)

Let's just name this address the "red wallet".

Red Wallet:
This is the wallet where scammer sent money.
Balance:
BTC: 9 506.33

Transactions:
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (in) ------> Receives money from his green wallet Oooppss... we have a link!
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (out) ----> Sends money to ?
2011-01-07 02:49:29 - 3134.8 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-08 10:27:16 - 3174.6 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-09 10:47:30 - 3096.9 BTC (in) ---> From scammer

Green Wallet:
This address was used to receive money from mtgox. It first appeared a day before the 9000 btc transaction that came into the red wallet. This confirms the story so far.
Balance:
BTC: 4 692.64

Transactions:
2011-01-06 23:57:14 - 0.05 BTC (in) ----> The free money faucet probably
2011-01-07 00:55:03 - 100 BTC (in) -----> From mtgox I assume.
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (out) ----> Test spend to the red wallet Oooppss... we have a link!
2011-01-07 01:20:01 - 120 BTC (in) -----> From mtgox?
2011-01-07 01:35:57 - 3057.6 BTC (in) ---> From mtgox?
2011-01-20 22:02:26 - 400 BTC (in) ------> From mtgox?
2011-01-22 11:25:47 - 1015 (in) --------> From mtgox?

Now that it's obvious and crystal clear how mtgox linked those account, the first question that comes to my mind is, why is the trade transactions with guy on IRC spread accross 3 different days? Did you not trade it all at once? And if not, you must have gone back to the IRC channel at least 2 times, correct?

If you had to go back to IRC twice after the first trade, how is it possible to not remember either:
1. Channel name
2. Your nick
3. Scammers nick

And why is there absolutely no browser history from 7th of January 2011 that you can use to refresh your lost memory?

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February 24, 2011, 11:40:43 PM
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According to baron:
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meet man in IRC who offer me to make deal, he send me ~9000$ BTC I send him ~3000$ liberty reserve (simple trade)
Guy in IRC sends money to: 1DVQEpTFjxYpZMVy4Bam9MCxeGEtmMmQCh (First seen: 2011-01-07)

Let's just name this address the "red wallet".

Red Wallet:
This is the wallet where scammer sent money.
Balance:
BTC: 9 506.33

Transactions:
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (in) ------> Receives money from his green wallet Oooppss... we have a link!
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (out) ----> Sends money to his green wallet Oooppss... we have a link!
2011-01-07 02:49:29 - 3134.8 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-08 10:27:16 - 3174.6 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-09 10:47:30 - 3096.9 BTC (in) ---> From scammer

Green Wallet:
This address was used to receive money from mtgox. It first appeared a day before the 9000 btc transaction that came into the red wallet. This confirms the story so far.
Balance:
BTC: 4 692.64

Transactions:
2011-01-06 23:57:14 - 0.05 BTC (in) ----> The free money faucet probably
2011-01-07 00:55:03 - 100 BTC (in) -----> From mtgox I assume.
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (out) ----> Test spend to the red wallet Oooppss... we have a link!
2011-01-07 01:20:01 - 120 BTC (in) -----> From mtgox?
2011-01-07 01:35:57 - 3057.6 BTC (in) ---> From mtgox?
2011-01-20 22:02:26 - 400 BTC (in) ------> From mtgox?
2011-01-22 11:25:47 - 1015 (in) --------> From mtgox?

Now that it's obvious and crystal clear how mtgox linked those account, the first question that comes to my mind is, why is the trade transactions with guy on IRC spread accross 3 different days? Did you not trade it all at once? And if not, you must have gone back to the IRC channel at least 2 times, correct?

If you had to go back to IRC twice after the first trade, how is it possible to not remember either:
1. Channel name
2. Your nick
3. Scammers nick

And why is there absolutely no browser history from 7th of January 2011 that you can use to refresh your lost memory?

EDIT: sorry I got some transactions mixed up, working on it



In that days I was using IRC, I said that. About other you statistics please wait I need to examine, I will post reply.

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February 24, 2011, 11:46:05 PM
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This whole thing amazes me.

If I lost an honest $45,000 to MtGox, I would be the first to find an attorney and start with the legal guns blazing.  Assuming I had $45k to blow around on BTC in the first place.  Someone who is resourceful enough to have $45k for Bitcoins is probably resourceful enough to engage counsel in a foreign jurisdiction when the law is on their side.  I wouldn't even dream of coming to a forum and trying to argue a case that big...

...unless I had stolen the money and had no other options.


Companies claiming they got hacked and lost your coins sounds like fraud so perfect it could be called fashionable.  I never believe them.  If I ever experience the misfortune of a real intrusion, I declare I have been honest about the way I have managed the keys in Casascius Coins.  I maintain no ability to recover or reproduce the keys, not even under limitless duress or total intrusion.  Remember that trusting strangers with your coins without any recourse is, as a matter of principle, not a best practice.  Don't keep coins online. Use paper wallets instead.
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February 24, 2011, 11:48:41 PM
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This whole thing amazes me.

If I lost an honest $45,000 to MtGox, I would be the first to find an attorney and start with the legal guns blazing.  Assuming I had $45k to blow around on BTC in the first place.  Someone who is resourceful enough to have $45k for Bitcoins is probably resourceful enough to engage counsel in a foreign jurisdiction when the law is on their side.  I wouldn't even dream of coming to a forum and trying to argue a case that big...

...unless I had stolen the money and had no other options.



Think again.
lawyers will cost much more than those 45 000 USD, also it will cost minimum 6 months of investigation.

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February 24, 2011, 11:49:45 PM
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This whole thing amazes me.

If I lost an honest $45,000 to MtGox, I would be the first to find an attorney and start with the legal guns blazing.  Assuming I had $45k to blow around on BTC in the first place.  Someone who is resourceful enough to have $45k for Bitcoins is probably resourceful enough to engage counsel in a foreign jurisdiction when the law is on their side.  I wouldn't even dream of coming to a forum and trying to argue a case that big...

...unless I had stolen the money and had no other options.



You are forgetting, that for Baron 45,000 USD is nearly nothing. Wink

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February 24, 2011, 11:50:52 PM
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This whole thing amazes me.

If I lost an honest $45,000 to MtGox, I would be the first to find an attorney and start with the legal guns blazing.  Assuming I had $45k to blow around on BTC in the first place.  Someone who is resourceful enough to have $45k for Bitcoins is probably resourceful enough to engage counsel in a foreign jurisdiction when the law is on their side.  I wouldn't even dream of coming to a forum and trying to argue a case that big...

...unless I had stolen the money and had no other options.



You are forgetting, that for Baron 45,000 USD is nearly nothing. Wink


I never said that.

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February 24, 2011, 11:52:40 PM
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Not only will it cost a lot to hire lawyers, but what if he hides money from the government? Tax evasion? who knows? There are many reasons not go hire lawyers and I don't think that should be used as an argument in this discussion. It's the same arguments I hear all the time from socialists wanting complete surveillance, "you don't have anything to hide, do you? Then what's the matter?".

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February 24, 2011, 11:53:02 PM
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This whole thing amazes me.

If I lost an honest $45,000 to MtGox, I would be the first to find an attorney and start with the legal guns blazing.  Assuming I had $45k to blow around on BTC in the first place.  Someone who is resourceful enough to have $45k for Bitcoins is probably resourceful enough to engage counsel in a foreign jurisdiction when the law is on their side.  I wouldn't even dream of coming to a forum and trying to argue a case that big...

...unless I had stolen the money and had no other options.



Or unless you were in the legal vacuum. You seam to forget that neither LRUSD nor BTC have any legal value wheresoever. Liberty Reserve isn't even a "bank", it's a "thing".
If I steal your whole account of LRUSD or BTC you can say whatever you want, but no lawyer, justice, court or police in the planet will do anything about it.
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February 24, 2011, 11:54:01 PM
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This whole thing amazes me.

If I lost an honest $45,000 to MtGox, I would be the first to find an attorney and start with the legal guns blazing.  Assuming I had $45k to blow around on BTC in the first place.  Someone who is resourceful enough to have $45k for Bitcoins is probably resourceful enough to engage counsel in a foreign jurisdiction when the law is on their side.  I wouldn't even dream of coming to a forum and trying to argue a case that big...

...unless I had stolen the money and had no other options.



You are forgetting, that for Baron 45,000 USD is nearly nothing. Wink


I never said that.

Quote from: Baron
why I deposited "so much" to mtgox.com account?
I don't think that it's "very much" .  How you imagine trading? trading with 100 USD or 1000 USD, how much you will earn profit from such trading portfolio? 10 or 100 USD per month . Maybe it's big sum for you, maybe you live somewhere in africa , where peoples  lifes from 100 USD per month? I focus on big profit, I don't waste time with dealing with small portfolio, because it's time wasting. I better go for walk with my girlfriend.

Smiley

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February 24, 2011, 11:54:31 PM
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According to baron:
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meet man in IRC who offer me to make deal, he send me ~9000$ BTC I send him ~3000$ liberty reserve (simple trade)
Guy in IRC sends money to: 1DVQEpTFjxYpZMVy4Bam9MCxeGEtmMmQCh (First seen: 2011-01-07)

Let's just name this address the "red wallet".

Red Wallet:
This is the wallet where scammer sent money.
Balance:
BTC: 9 506.33

Transactions:
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (in) ------> Receives money from his green wallet Oooppss... we have a link!
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (out) ----> Sends money to ?
2011-01-07 02:49:29 - 3134.8 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-08 10:27:16 - 3174.6 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-09 10:47:30 - 3096.9 BTC (in) ---> From scammer

Green Wallet:
This address was used to receive money from mtgox. It first appeared a day before the 9000 btc transaction that came into the red wallet. This confirms the story so far.
Balance:
BTC: 4 692.64

Transactions:
2011-01-06 23:57:14 - 0.05 BTC (in) ----> The free money faucet probably
2011-01-07 00:55:03 - 100 BTC (in) -----> From mtgox I assume.
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (out) ----> Test spend to the red wallet Oooppss... we have a link!
2011-01-07 01:20:01 - 120 BTC (in) -----> From mtgox?
2011-01-07 01:35:57 - 3057.6 BTC (in) ---> From mtgox?
2011-01-20 22:02:26 - 400 BTC (in) ------> From mtgox?
2011-01-22 11:25:47 - 1015 (in) --------> From mtgox?

Now that it's obvious and crystal clear how mtgox linked those account, the first question that comes to my mind is, why is the trade transactions with guy on IRC spread accross 3 different days? Did you not trade it all at once? And if not, you must have gone back to the IRC channel at least 2 times, correct?

If you had to go back to IRC twice after the first trade, how is it possible to not remember either:
1. Channel name
2. Your nick
3. Scammers nick

And why is there absolutely no browser history from 7th of January 2011 that you can use to refresh your lost memory?



I don't understand what you trying to say about this your statistic, can you explain?

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February 24, 2011, 11:55:57 PM
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This whole thing amazes me.

If I lost an honest $45,000 to MtGox, I would be the first to find an attorney and start with the legal guns blazing.  Assuming I had $45k to blow around on BTC in the first place.  Someone who is resourceful enough to have $45k for Bitcoins is probably resourceful enough to engage counsel in a foreign jurisdiction when the law is on their side.  I wouldn't even dream of coming to a forum and trying to argue a case that big...

...unless I had stolen the money and had no other options.



You are forgetting, that for Baron 45,000 USD is nearly nothing. Wink


I never said that.

Quote from: Baron
why I deposited "so much" to mtgox.com account?
I don't think that it's "very much" .  How you imagine trading? trading with 100 USD or 1000 USD, how much you will earn profit from such trading portfolio? 10 or 100 USD per month . Maybe it's big sum for you, maybe you live somewhere in africa , where peoples  lifes from 100 USD per month? I focus on big profit, I don't waste time with dealing with small portfolio, because it's time wasting. I better go for walk with my girlfriend.

Smiley


not very much for trading.  it's two diferent things.

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February 24, 2011, 11:57:30 PM
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According to baron:
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meet man in IRC who offer me to make deal, he send me ~9000$ BTC I send him ~3000$ liberty reserve (simple trade)
Guy in IRC sends money to: 1DVQEpTFjxYpZMVy4Bam9MCxeGEtmMmQCh (First seen: 2011-01-07)

Let's just name this address the "red wallet".

Red Wallet:
This is the wallet where scammer sent money.
Balance:
BTC: 9 506.33

Transactions:
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (in) ------> Receives money from his green wallet Oooppss... we have a link!
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (out) ----> Sends money to ?
2011-01-07 02:49:29 - 3134.8 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-08 10:27:16 - 3174.6 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-09 10:47:30 - 3096.9 BTC (in) ---> From scammer

Green Wallet:
This address was used to receive money from mtgox. It first appeared a day before the 9000 btc transaction that came into the red wallet. This confirms the story so far.
Balance:
BTC: 4 692.64

Transactions:
2011-01-06 23:57:14 - 0.05 BTC (in) ----> The free money faucet probably
2011-01-07 00:55:03 - 100 BTC (in) -----> From mtgox I assume.
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (out) ----> Test spend to the red wallet Oooppss... we have a link!
2011-01-07 01:20:01 - 120 BTC (in) -----> From mtgox?
2011-01-07 01:35:57 - 3057.6 BTC (in) ---> From mtgox?
2011-01-20 22:02:26 - 400 BTC (in) ------> From mtgox?
2011-01-22 11:25:47 - 1015 (in) --------> From mtgox?

Now that it's obvious and crystal clear how mtgox linked those account, the first question that comes to my mind is, why is the trade transactions with guy on IRC spread accross 3 different days? Did you not trade it all at once? And if not, you must have gone back to the IRC channel at least 2 times, correct?

If you had to go back to IRC twice after the first trade, how is it possible to not remember either:
1. Channel name
2. Your nick
3. Scammers nick

And why is there absolutely no browser history from 7th of January 2011 that you can use to refresh your lost memory?



I don't understand what you trying to say about this your statistic, can you explain?


What problem you see in here? ofcourse after I created my address I tested it by sending my own money to it, where is problem?


small correction I have total 14 000 BTC in main bitcoin client.

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February 25, 2011, 12:01:15 AM
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According to baron:
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meet man in IRC who offer me to make deal, he send me ~9000$ BTC I send him ~3000$ liberty reserve (simple trade)
Guy in IRC sends money to: 1DVQEpTFjxYpZMVy4Bam9MCxeGEtmMmQCh (First seen: 2011-01-07)

Let's just name this address the "red wallet".

Red Wallet:
This is the wallet where scammer sent money.
Balance:
BTC: 9 506.33

Transactions:
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (in) ------> Receives money from his green wallet Oooppss... we have a link!
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (out) ----> Sends money to ?
2011-01-07 02:49:29 - 3134.8 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-08 10:27:16 - 3174.6 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-09 10:47:30 - 3096.9 BTC (in) ---> From scammer

Green Wallet:
This address was used to receive money from mtgox. It first appeared a day before the 9000 btc transaction that came into the red wallet. This confirms the story so far.
Balance:
BTC: 4 692.64

Transactions:
2011-01-06 23:57:14 - 0.05 BTC (in) ----> The free money faucet probably
2011-01-07 00:55:03 - 100 BTC (in) -----> From mtgox I assume.
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (out) ----> Test spend to the red wallet Oooppss... we have a link!
2011-01-07 01:20:01 - 120 BTC (in) -----> From mtgox?
2011-01-07 01:35:57 - 3057.6 BTC (in) ---> From mtgox?
2011-01-20 22:02:26 - 400 BTC (in) ------> From mtgox?
2011-01-22 11:25:47 - 1015 (in) --------> From mtgox?

Now that it's obvious and crystal clear how mtgox linked those account, the first question that comes to my mind is, why is the trade transactions with guy on IRC spread accross 3 different days? Did you not trade it all at once? And if not, you must have gone back to the IRC channel at least 2 times, correct?

If you had to go back to IRC twice after the first trade, how is it possible to not remember either:
1. Channel name
2. Your nick
3. Scammers nick

And why is there absolutely no browser history from 7th of January 2011 that you can use to refresh your lost memory?



I don't understand what you trying to say about this your statistic, can you explain?


What problem you see in here? ofcourse after I created my address I tested it by sending my own money to it, where is problem?


small correction I have total 14 000 BTC in main bitcoin client.

He says that you accepted those ~ 9000BTC in chunks and it took three days, so how come you do not remember who sent them to you. You must have been communicating with the seller within the time of the three transactions, right?

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February 25, 2011, 12:02:23 AM
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In that days I was using IRC, I said that.
Yes, but that's not my question.

Let me try again.

1. Why did you make 3 trades with scammer and NOT just 1?
2. Why can you not remember IRC channel, your nick OR your scammers nick?
3. You had to visit the channel 3 times, correct? Since you traded 3 times?

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I don't understand what you trying to say about this your statistic, can you explain?
I want to know if it is true. It's not statistics, it's your bitcoin pocket, YOUR wallet.
I want you to see if there is any mistake, if so, please correct it so that we can have a clear picture of what's going on here.

And also, it explains how mtgox found out about you.

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What problem you see in here? ofcourse after I created my address I tested it by sending my own money to it, where is problem?
The scammer sent you 3 payments, not 1.
2011-01-07 02:49:29 - 3134.8 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-08 10:27:16 - 3174.6 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-09 10:47:30 - 3096.9 BTC (in) ---> From scammer

Why? And if you look at the dates, each payment was 1 day appart. In other words, you had to go back to IRC 3 times, correct?

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February 25, 2011, 12:03:15 AM
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7. I meet man in IRC who offer me to make deal, he send me ~9000$ BTC I send him ~3000$ liberty reserve (simple trade) minus some fees, I accepted, trade was made. btc rate in that day was ~0.30/BTC.
8. After month after trade was made (with man from IRC) I noticed that my mtgox.com acount is blocked.
9. Mtgox.com starting asking from where I get those 9000$ BTC, I explained.

After the deal with the stranger, have you done any BTC deposits to your mtgox account?



No.

How exactly did mtgox refer to the 9000$ BTC in question, in their inquiry?


He blocked my mtgox.com account, and started asking from where i received 9000$ , I explained him.

Did you specifically generate a new address for that transaction (deal with the stranger), and have you ever used that same address to receive bitcoins before or afterwards?




I was "playing" with bitcoin client , I created some addreses (curently I don't realy understand why there is function to create new addreses ). I was using one bitcoin address with mtgox.com and second for trade (with that man from IRC), to trace money income into my bitcoin client. I never used those addreses for any other activiti. I also have some more addreses in my bitcoin client, but they not in use.

Is it possible that you used (accidentally or otherwise) the same address you used with the stranger for any other transaction (e.g. mtgox withdrawals), before or afterwards?
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February 25, 2011, 12:04:09 AM
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According to baron:
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meet man in IRC who offer me to make deal, he send me ~9000$ BTC I send him ~3000$ liberty reserve (simple trade)
Guy in IRC sends money to: 1DVQEpTFjxYpZMVy4Bam9MCxeGEtmMmQCh (First seen: 2011-01-07)

Let's just name this address the "red wallet".

Red Wallet:
This is the wallet where scammer sent money.
Balance:
BTC: 9 506.33

Transactions:
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (in) ------> Receives money from his green wallet Oooppss... we have a link!
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (out) ----> Sends money to ?
2011-01-07 02:49:29 - 3134.8 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-08 10:27:16 - 3174.6 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-09 10:47:30 - 3096.9 BTC (in) ---> From scammer

Green Wallet:
This address was used to receive money from mtgox. It first appeared a day before the 9000 btc transaction that came into the red wallet. This confirms the story so far.
Balance:
BTC: 4 692.64

Transactions:
2011-01-06 23:57:14 - 0.05 BTC (in) ----> The free money faucet probably
2011-01-07 00:55:03 - 100 BTC (in) -----> From mtgox I assume.
2011-01-07 01:01:26 - 100 BTC (out) ----> Test spend to the red wallet Oooppss... we have a link!
2011-01-07 01:20:01 - 120 BTC (in) -----> From mtgox?
2011-01-07 01:35:57 - 3057.6 BTC (in) ---> From mtgox?
2011-01-20 22:02:26 - 400 BTC (in) ------> From mtgox?
2011-01-22 11:25:47 - 1015 (in) --------> From mtgox?

Now that it's obvious and crystal clear how mtgox linked those account, the first question that comes to my mind is, why is the trade transactions with guy on IRC spread accross 3 different days? Did you not trade it all at once? And if not, you must have gone back to the IRC channel at least 2 times, correct?

If you had to go back to IRC twice after the first trade, how is it possible to not remember either:
1. Channel name
2. Your nick
3. Scammers nick

And why is there absolutely no browser history from 7th of January 2011 that you can use to refresh your lost memory?



I don't understand what you trying to say about this your statistic, can you explain?


What problem you see in here? ofcourse after I created my address I tested it by sending my own money to it, where is problem?


small correction I have total 14 000 BTC in main bitcoin client.

He says that you accepted those ~ 9000BTC in chunks and it took three days, so how come you do not remember who sent them to you. You must have been communicating with the seller within the time of the three transactions, right?


right, I was in IRC about 5 days, I was using same nickname and chanel, but now I can't remeber what nickname and channel was.because I don't use IRC anymore.

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right, I was in IRC about 5 days, I was using same nickname and chanel, but now I can't remeber what nickname and channel was.because I don't use IRC anymore.

Trading is usually done on #bitcoin-otc.

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In that days I was using IRC, I said that.
Yes, but that's not my question.

Let me try again.

1. Why did you make 3 trades with scammer and NOT just 1?
2. Why can you not remember IRC channel, your nick OR your scammers nick?
3. You had to visit the channel 3 times, correct? Since you traded 3 times?

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I don't understand what you trying to say about this your statistic, can you explain?
I want to know if it is true. It's not statistics, it's your bitcoin pocket, YOUR wallet.
I want you to see if there is any mistake, if so, please correct it so that we can have a clear picture of what's going on here.

And also, it explains how mtgox found out about you.

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What problem you see in here? ofcourse after I created my address I tested it by sending my own money to it, where is problem?
The scammer sent you 3 payments, not 1.
2011-01-07 02:49:29 - 3134.8 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-08 10:27:16 - 3174.6 BTC (in) ---> From scammer
2011-01-09 10:47:30 - 3096.9 BTC (in) ---> From scammer

Why? And if you look at the dates, each payment was 1 day appart. In other words, you had to go back to IRC 3 times, correct?


right, I was in IRC about 5 days, I was using same nickname and chanel, but now I can't remeber what nickname and channel was.because I don't use IRC anymore.
right, I was received money in 3 days period. where is problem?

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