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May 20, 2015, 08:15:08 AM
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it was transactions from hot to multiple cold wallets... stop with the clueless FUD, don't know about you but i would not keep thousands of BTC on a single cold wallet, just proves that our Administration is smart and knows shit can happen, better to have a backup just in case.
I agree with you. Private keys from adresses with a big amount on it are more likely found due to brute force attacks.
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May 20, 2015, 08:40:03 AM
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it was transactions from hot to multiple cold wallets... stop with the clueless FUD, don't know about you but i would not keep thousands of BTC on a single cold wallet, just proves that our Administration is smart and knows shit can happen, better to have a backup just in case.
No clueless FUD..  I've been supporting scrypt.cc so far

But take a closer look inside the 500BTC transactions and tell me that this doesn't look weird.
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May 20, 2015, 08:41:03 AM
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it was transactions from hot to multiple cold wallets... stop with the clueless FUD, don't know about you but i would not keep thousands of BTC on a single cold wallet, just proves that our Administration is smart and knows shit can happen, better to have a backup just in case.

Like others' said, this is not a good sign. They are making it hard to trace and it is possible that they used this money. Good luck, investors!

it was transactions from hot to multiple cold wallets... stop with the clueless FUD, don't know about you but i would not keep thousands of BTC on a single cold wallet, just proves that our Administration is smart and knows shit can happen, better to have a backup just in case.
I agree with you. Private keys from adresses with a big amount on it are more likely found due to brute force attacks.

Brute force attacks? You must clearly understand it is not possible or only have 1% chance or less to find private key. What you said is not true. Please try spending some time for researching before you tell.

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May 20, 2015, 08:51:35 AM
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it was transactions from hot to multiple cold wallets... stop with the clueless FUD, don't know about you but i would not keep thousands of BTC on a single cold wallet, just proves that our Administration is smart and knows shit can happen, better to have a backup just in case.

Like others' said, this is not a good sign. They are making it hard to trace and it is possible that they used this money. Good luck, investors!

Why wouldn't they use some of the money for withdraws?  Not everything withdrawn is from mining.    I have pretty much zeroed out my accounts with withdraws twice.   Many have withdrawn what they also deposited.    
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May 20, 2015, 08:57:41 AM
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it was transactions from hot to multiple cold wallets... stop with the clueless FUD, don't know about you but i would not keep thousands of BTC on a single cold wallet, just proves that our Administration is smart and knows shit can happen, better to have a backup just in case.

Like others' said, this is not a good sign. They are making it hard to trace and it is possible that they used this money. Good luck, investors!

Why wouldn't they use some of the money for withdraws?  Not everything withdrawn is from mining.    I have pretty much zeroed out my accounts with withdraws twice.   Many have withdrawn what they also deposited.   

That can also happen. I just said those transactions are sketchy. After all, ponzis can't live for long.

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May 20, 2015, 09:01:49 AM
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it was transactions from hot to multiple cold wallets... stop with the clueless FUD, don't know about you but i would not keep thousands of BTC on a single cold wallet, just proves that our Administration is smart and knows shit can happen, better to have a backup just in case.

Like others' said, this is not a good sign. They are making it hard to trace and it is possible that they used this money. Good luck, investors!

it was transactions from hot to multiple cold wallets... stop with the clueless FUD, don't know about you but i would not keep thousands of BTC on a single cold wallet, just proves that our Administration is smart and knows shit can happen, better to have a backup just in case.
I agree with you. Private keys from adresses with a big amount on it are more likely found due to brute force attacks.

Brute force attacks? You must clearly understand it is not possible or only have 1% chance or less to find private key. What you said is not true. Please try spending some time for researching before you tell.
I know that finding a private key for an address is nearly impossible. But there is a small posibility. I won't store all my btc in one address... Because if the address has a balance of 10000BTC it's more likely that someone spends that time finding the key. Maybe he's lucky then. The work for small amounts isn't worth it...
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May 20, 2015, 09:08:32 AM
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Nothing is confirmed yet.. Neither that it is a ponzi nor that it's not.

In the end every investor has to make his own decisions.
I just wanted everybody to be informed what's going on, so you can bail out if this scares you - I did so yesterday.
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May 20, 2015, 09:17:26 AM
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it was transactions from hot to multiple cold wallets... stop with the clueless FUD, don't know about you but i would not keep thousands of BTC on a single cold wallet, just proves that our Administration is smart and knows shit can happen, better to have a backup just in case.

Like others' said, this is not a good sign. They are making it hard to trace and it is possible that they used this money. Good luck, investors!

it was transactions from hot to multiple cold wallets... stop with the clueless FUD, don't know about you but i would not keep thousands of BTC on a single cold wallet, just proves that our Administration is smart and knows shit can happen, better to have a backup just in case.
I agree with you. Private keys from adresses with a big amount on it are more likely found due to brute force attacks.

Brute force attacks? You must clearly understand it is not possible or only have 1% chance or less to find private key. What you said is not true. Please try spending some time for researching before you tell.
I know that finding a private key for an address is nearly impossible. But there is a small posibility. I won't store all my btc in one address... Because if the address has a balance of 10000BTC it's more likely that someone spends that time finding the key. Maybe he's lucky then. The work for small amounts isn't worth it...

Those transactions don't look like splitting funds to protect it.

If someone knows a way to make brute force attack against Bitcoin private keys possible, then they will attack small addresses too but it is nearly impossible.


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Nothing is confirmed yet.. Neither that it is a ponzi nor that it's not.

They couldn't provide proof for their mining and hence they are ponzi.

In the end every investor has to make his own decisions.
I just wanted everybody to be informed what's going on, so you can bail out if this scares you - I did so yesterday.

I agree.

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May 20, 2015, 01:40:58 PM
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If you analyze the hot wallet you will see this same pattern, they never keep large amounts in the hot wallet. I'm not even sure why they let it build up to $1 Million USD before sending them off to cold wallets this time.

Definitely no problem here, I'm glad they don't keep all the coins in one wallet.
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May 20, 2015, 01:59:35 PM
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If you analyze the hot wallet you will see this same pattern, they never keep large amounts in the hot wallet. I'm not even sure why they let it build up to $1 Million USD before sending them off to cold wallets this time.

Definitely no problem here, I'm glad they don't keep all the coins in one wallet.

LMAO! Yet another no-mark account shilling for scrypt.cc - You go girl!!!!11!!!!1!

This address of scrypt.cc 1HWqsgnSd12Gv8SpoUMi1Cj8hp79BTSpW7 was created the day after they first announced back in Feb 2014. One of the other fanboyz in this thread sent his BTC directly to it and there is an awful lot of small inputs going in which are likely to be other scrypt.cc suckers, I mean, customers. That would suggest it isn't a cold wallet at all.

In fact it looks far more likely to simply be the main suckers account where money goes in and a small percentage goes out to cover for the fractional withdraws, with plenty of siphoning off of larger amounts in the meantime to coin mixing services.

Sure, totally normal for a business to do that sort of thing, right? Right?


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May 20, 2015, 02:06:10 PM
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Well someone say that this address 1HWqsgnSd12Gv8SpoUMi1Cj8hp79BTSpW7 is a cold wallet, someone that is a hot wallet.....

Who knows !?!?!?!? Someone has a real proof of the ownership of this wallet and if it's cold or hot ?


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I have seen that the address where i've deposited coins in the past to script.cc sended the ammount to that address.... i don't know else...

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May 20, 2015, 02:09:45 PM
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If you analyze the hot wallet you will see this same pattern, they never keep large amounts in the hot wallet. I'm not even sure why they let it build up to $1 Million USD before sending them off to cold wallets this time.

Definitely no problem here, I'm glad they don't keep all the coins in one wallet.

LMAO! Yet another no-mark account shilling for scrypt.cc - You go girl!!!!11!!!!1!

This address of scrypt.cc 1HWqsgnSd12Gv8SpoUMi1Cj8hp79BTSpW7 was created the day after they first announced back in Feb 2014. One of the other fanboyz in this thread sent his BTC directly to it and there is an awful lot of small inputs going in which are likely to be other scrypt.cc suckers, I mean, customers. That would suggest it isn't a cold wallet at all.

In fact it looks far more likely to simply be the main suckers account where money goes in and a small percentage goes out to cover for the fractional withdraws, with plenty of siphoning off of larger amounts in the meantime to coin mixing services.

Sure, totally normal for a business to do that sort of thing, right? Right?



Why so serious? When did I ever say that was the cold wallet. It's the hot wallet.
Deposits go in there then they get sent to withdraw wallets and cold wallets.
Withdraws used to come from before they changed their wallet system.
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May 20, 2015, 02:11:54 PM
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Hmm.. they cleared the cold wallet yesterday.
https://blockchain.info/address/1HWqsgnSd12Gv8SpoUMi1Cj8hp79BTSpW7

See the outputs here (from 2015-05-19):
https://blockchain.info/address/1HWqsgnSd12Gv8SpoUMi1Cj8hp79BTSpW7?filter=1#

The 100BTC outputs might be new hot wallets.. But the 500BTC ones??

Partly splitted up into small wallets again - Mixing service?

I don't really like that to be honest...

This users said it'a cold wallet..... a few posts above in the previous page.

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May 20, 2015, 02:14:33 PM
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Hmm.. they cleared the cold wallet yesterday.
https://blockchain.info/address/1HWqsgnSd12Gv8SpoUMi1Cj8hp79BTSpW7

See the outputs here (from 2015-05-19):
https://blockchain.info/address/1HWqsgnSd12Gv8SpoUMi1Cj8hp79BTSpW7?filter=1#

The 100BTC outputs might be new hot wallets.. But the 500BTC ones??

Partly splitted up into small wallets again - Mixing service?

I don't really like that to be honest...

This users said it'a cold wallet..... a few posts above in the previous page.


Since when is a wallet that receives ALL of the deposits a "cold wallet".
It's a hot wallet.
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May 20, 2015, 02:16:48 PM
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Why so serious? When did I ever say that was the cold wallet. It's the hot wallet.
Deposits go in there then they get sent to withdraw wallets and cold wallets.
Withdraws used to come from before they changed their wallet system.
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you mean withdrawals coming from other users deposits and not from mining?

i wonder if there is a word for that kind of business

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May 20, 2015, 02:23:10 PM
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Why so serious? When did I ever say that was the cold wallet. It's the hot wallet.
Deposits go in there then they get sent to withdraw wallets and cold wallets.
Withdraws used to come from before they changed their wallet system.
Next.

you mean withdrawals coming from other users deposits and not from mining?

i wonder if there is a word for that kind of business



Not everything that is withdrawn are mining rewards, there's hundreds of BTC changing hands everyday via trading.
How did they manage to leave the hot wallet untouched for two weeks and during this time there was a mining outage and massive withdraws occurred.
This is where cold wallets kick in, it's actually a good sign and not a bad one you're trying to create FUD with.
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May 20, 2015, 02:42:12 PM
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Why so serious? When did I ever say that was the cold wallet. It's the hot wallet.
Deposits go in there then they get sent to withdraw wallets and cold wallets.
Withdraws used to come from before they changed their wallet system.
Next.

you mean withdrawals coming from other users deposits and not from mining?

i wonder if there is a word for that kind of business



The word is trading...
I'm not a clearseer who see what exactly is...what is behind all this metter.
But the system is clear:

You put BTC in the system and you have withdrawable BTC.
If you withdraw them you have 0.001BTC fees.
It is nonsense to do it so.

Then you buy KHS from a KHS seller,and the seller can then withdraw or rebuy with a lower price.

The question is to know if the "dividends" come from mining...
If yes,then no propblem...
If no,then soon or later if (withdrawals amounts + dividends) "eat" the deposits then all will collapse...

BUT IF the KHS price decrease it is possible that the system never collapses because investors have already gegulate the general lost and all can even restart if new investors make deposits.

...ThorSWO you were faster than me...


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May 20, 2015, 02:53:35 PM
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Why so serious? When did I ever say that was the cold wallet. It's the hot wallet.
Deposits go in there then they get sent to withdraw wallets and cold wallets.
Withdraws used to come from before they changed their wallet system.
Next.

you mean withdrawals coming from other users deposits and not from mining?

i wonder if there is a word for that kind of business



Not everything that is withdrawn are mining rewards, there's hundreds of BTC changing hands everyday via trading.
How did they manage to leave the hot wallet untouched for two weeks and during this time there was a mining outage and massive withdraws occurred.
This is where cold wallets kick in, it's actually a good sign and not a bad one you're trying to create FUD with.

your word salad doesnt impress me much ive graduated from hastalk

the point is you can move the money from your left pocket to your right pocket but if there is no mining going on the owner will run when he sees the income dwindling

so please everyone put as much as you can into scrypt.cc and keep the scheme going also reinvest all your earnings

that is essential for thorswo to exit with profit
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Why so serious? When did I ever say that was the cold wallet. It's the hot wallet.
Deposits go in there then they get sent to withdraw wallets and cold wallets.
Withdraws used to come from before they changed their wallet system.
Next.

you mean withdrawals coming from other users deposits and not from mining?

i wonder if there is a word for that kind of business



Not everything that is withdrawn are mining rewards, there's hundreds of BTC changing hands everyday via trading.
How did they manage to leave the hot wallet untouched for two weeks and during this time there was a mining outage and massive withdraws occurred.
This is where cold wallets kick in, it's actually a good sign and not a bad one you're trying to create FUD with.

your word salad doesnt impress me much ive graduated from hastalk

the point is you can move the money from your left pocket to your right pocket but if there is no mining going on the owner will run when he sees the income dwindling

so please everyone put as much as you can into scrypt.cc and keep the scheme going also reinvest all your earnings

that is essential for thorswo to exit with profit

I'm in profit as it is, have been in profit since November of last year.
I don't really care if anyone invests or not, I just like calling your bullshit out.
Right now I'm making around 1.5 BTC per day, all profits.
Next.
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May 20, 2015, 03:18:30 PM
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Why so serious? When did I ever say that was the cold wallet. It's the hot wallet.
Deposits go in there then they get sent to withdraw wallets and cold wallets.
Withdraws used to come from before they changed their wallet system.
Next.

you mean withdrawals coming from other users deposits and not from mining?

i wonder if there is a word for that kind of business



Not everything that is withdrawn are mining rewards, there's hundreds of BTC changing hands everyday via trading.
How did they manage to leave the hot wallet untouched for two weeks and during this time there was a mining outage and massive withdraws occurred.
This is where cold wallets kick in, it's actually a good sign and not a bad one you're trying to create FUD with.

your word salad doesnt impress me much ive graduated from hastalk

the point is you can move the money from your left pocket to your right pocket but if there is no mining going on the owner will run when he sees the income dwindling

so please everyone put as much as you can into scrypt.cc and keep the scheme going also reinvest all your earnings

that is essential for thorswo to exit with profit

I'm in profit as it is, have been in profit since November of last year.
I don't really care if anyone invests or not, I just like calling your bullshit out.
Right now I'm making around 1.5 BTC per day, all profits.
Next.

oh really

we have a high rolling shill here

so what bullshit are we talking about?

are you going to start showing proof of mining now?

because that would be the best way to prove me wrong
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