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September 20, 2011, 07:02:16 AM
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It would be best if it is a government organisation that has taken this site down. If so then they should see the coins returned to their owners, but then again I don't know how the law lies with cryptocurrency.

I know when they took down all those online Gambling sites, the money was returned. Of course most of the sites weren't completely dead, in fact I think only one went down for good, and that was because it was solely based in the USA.

Perhaps someone should contact this government organisation and see if this is true, and whether or not people can get their coins back.

If a considerable amount has been lost, I am sure the newspapers would be interested in this.
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September 20, 2011, 07:28:48 AM
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moonco.in [184.86.115.26]

I have a comcast IP and I did a tracert.  It did not leave comcast and then went to

5    14 ms    15 ms    14 ms  pos-0-0-0-0-pe01.529bryant.ca.ibone.comcast.net [68.86.86.122]
6    15 ms    16 ms    16 ms  a184-86-115-26.deploy.akamaitechnologies.com [184.86.115.26]


Then https://www.dan.me.uk/ipinfo?ip=184.86.115.26

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Output from IPInfo tool:

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% IPInfo - IP Information Service
% Copyright(c) 2008-2011, Daniel Austin MBCS
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% Hello, 2a00:1b98:da:3:21e:bff:fec7:87a, pleased to meet you.
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% Fetching IP Information for '184.86.115.26'...
Status: OK
Cache-Age: 0
IP: 184.86.115.26
IP-Version: 4
TOR-Node: NAK
Origin-AS: 7922
Origin-ISP: COMCAST-7922
IP-Prefix: 184.86.112.0/22
IP-NetName: NET184
IP-Description: American Registry for Internet Numbers,Chantilly,VA
IP-Country-ISO: US
IP-Country: United States
IP-Region: Massachusetts
IP-City: Cambridge
IP-Postal-Code: 02142
IP-Locality: Boston, MA
IP-Area-Code: 617
GPS-Location: 42.362598 -71.084297
% You have made 2 out of 24 allowed queries in the last 24 hours.
% Took 1.15 secs for data lookup(s)


If the feds took the site over, it would not have an IP from the guy's comcast account.  You have been had.  He still has your money.

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September 21, 2011, 04:16:18 AM
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This really makes me sad.  I really enjoyed the gambling site he had setup...

That and it's just another dagger in a dying solidcoin, which I really was behind...

oh well... back to mining bitcoins for slow steady profit...

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September 21, 2011, 05:14:47 AM
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kjlimo,

I think they redid solidcoins so it's CPU mining only to make mining less gamable by lots of GPUs chained together.

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September 21, 2011, 05:34:31 AM
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If the feds took the site over, it would not have an IP from the guy's comcast account.  You have been had. 
Agreed. I've seen sites where the U.S. Goverment has taken over the domain. They do that by sending a court order to the registrar, and a Goverment agency then shows as the domain owner.

That didn't happen here; WHOIS shows the same guy owning the domain, with his bogus registrant address. DNS service is provided by DNSEXIT, which is a "dynamic DNS" service. It's been told to redirect the domain to a Akamai IP address used by "www.ice.gov". That doesn't require any cooperation from Akamai or ICE; you can do that for any domain. Since the domain and SSL cert don't match, you get an SSL cert error.
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September 22, 2011, 07:57:46 AM
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kjlimo,

I think they redid solidcoins so it's CPU mining only to make mining less gamable by lots of GPUs chained together.

hmmm, I've been avoiding that forum for the most part.  So that's actually gonna work?  Can we mine in pools still via CPU?  I don't see coinotron mining for SC yet...

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