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June 23, 2018, 09:56:43 PM
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I got scammed out of my bitcoin. I have located the Bitcoin address where the ass hat is holding all of his/her/their coins. Its in excess of ~700btc. I would like to find a way to crack his the public key for the private key and then donate the coinage to ~700 random peeps in this community. I did not loose a lot but I'm way more talented that rich. And I have access to a server farm (in which I have permission to use unused resources - greater than 100 machines).

IF anyone has attempted this before, it would be greatly appreciated. There is a TON of into out there but I cannot decipher what is the correct method to use.

It's almost impossible to do. Only if you are very lucky - you will be able to return your bitcoins. Sorry, but it's true
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June 23, 2018, 10:05:16 PM
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A new account claiming to have had 700 btc, but probably doesn't know enough hence getting scammed (assuming what you're saying is actually true). Also, thinking you could do bad things with only 100+ miners. You're going to need a lot more than that. Yeah sure 700 btc.

Agreed , this story does seem a bit out there.  Someone that actually had that much money stored in bitcoin would surely be much more careful with their security.

Unless I see more proof I'm not convinced that this even happened.  On the slight chance that this is legit, I'm truly sorry for your loss OP.

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June 23, 2018, 10:39:11 PM
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I got scammed out of my bitcoin. I have located the Bitcoin address where the ass hat is holding all of his/her/their coins. Its in excess of ~700btc. I would like to find a way to crack his the public key for the private key and then donate the coinage to ~700 random peeps in this community. I did not loose a lot but I'm way more talented that rich. And I have access to a server farm (in which I have permission to use unused resources - greater than 100 machines).

IF anyone has attempted this before, it would be greatly appreciated. There is a TON of into out there but I cannot decipher what is the correct method to use.

just out of curiosity, What's the address with 700 btc ?
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June 23, 2018, 10:47:15 PM
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From the very start you got hyped by that bot? sorry for your loss mate. ~if it's real.

Would you allow us to show that address? everyone's been interested on where that 700 btc~ you lost. But if you are not going to come back and this is just a story that you've created, I knew it that you are only to advertise that bot with your style.

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June 23, 2018, 10:49:27 PM
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Going after him??? Do you really think it is possible?? Well, I don't know I'd there is any way around it though but I think once it is lost, it is lost
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June 24, 2018, 09:30:12 AM
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You can keep trying man. Maybe you will get it one day. Irreversibility is the word in crypto transactions. And wallet hacking is only possible of the owner looseguard or give out his mail, private keys or phrase. Otherwise any hacking attempt is only a joke. Lets learn and move on.

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June 24, 2018, 09:48:48 AM
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scammers are real ass problem in the crypto world,please you have  all the right to go for em go get em.
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June 24, 2018, 01:53:50 PM
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I got scammed out of my bitcoin. I have located the Bitcoin address where the ass hat is holding all of his/her/their coins. Its in excess of ~700btc. I would like to find a way to crack his the public key for the private key and then donate the coinage to ~700 random peeps in this community. I did not loose a lot but I'm way more talented that rich. And I have access to a server farm (in which I have permission to use unused resources - greater than 100 machines).

IF anyone has attempted this before, it would be greatly appreciated. There is a TON of into out there but I cannot decipher what is the correct method to use.

Sorry to say but this is nearly impossible. If you can crack the private key of one public address, then you can crack other peoples address as well.
And that will mean bitcoin is not secure. Cryptocurrency is created with complicated algorithm, making it impossible to crack.
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June 24, 2018, 02:02:23 PM
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IF anyone has attempted this before, it would be greatly appreciated. There is a TON of into out there but I cannot decipher what is the correct method to use.
RawDog has done it before.  He's done it here in this forum with this website: https://lbc.cryptoguru.org/dio/1

You can find the private key for your address on that site.  RawDog made a script that uses some secret hints - to speed up the process.  Ask him.

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June 24, 2018, 08:10:01 PM
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I got scammed out of my bitcoin. I have located the Bitcoin address where the ass hat is holding all of his/her/their coins. Its in excess of ~700btc. I would like to find a way to crack his the public key for the private key and then donate the coinage to ~700 random peeps in this community. I did not loose a lot but I'm way more talented that rich. And I have access to a server farm (in which I have permission to use unused resources - greater than 100 machines).

IF anyone has attempted this before, it would be greatly appreciated. There is a TON of into out there but I cannot decipher what is the correct method to use.




Very sorry for the great loss. To talk about you cracking somebody private key, i can say It may be "theoretically" possible, but in reality it's unlikely to be achieved. This is just like saying you can count the number of atoms in an office building, which is  unlikely. In any event, if you can do so to somebodys private key then you can also scam people. and this could mean that bitcoin is not save.
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June 25, 2018, 05:08:41 PM
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I got scammed out of my bitcoin. I have located the Bitcoin address where the ass hat is holding all of his/her/their coins. Its in excess of ~700btc. I would like to find a way to crack his the public key for the private key and then donate the coinage to ~700 random peeps in this community. I did not loose a lot but I'm way more talented that rich. And I have access to a server farm (in which I have permission to use unused resources - greater than 100 machines).

IF anyone has attempted this before, it would be greatly appreciated. There is a TON of into out there but I cannot decipher what is the correct method to use.

Unless the attacker used brainwallet with a weak passphrase, a weak online wallet that is willing to cooperate or a bugged wallet with a flawed RNG, this cannot be done...
Sorry.

Quite simple: if anybody with a botnet of a couple hundred/thousand PC's was able to brute force any private key that results in a certain public key whose hash (the address) has been funded with a couple BTC, bitcoin would have been worthless by now, since in this case the security concept would have been flawed. The address space is 2^160, the private keyspace 2^256. It's basically impossible to bruteforce these keyspaces... It might sound like this is possible because the human mind just isn't capable of imagining the mere concept of numbers this big, in reality it is impossible.

I realise this isn't what you wanted to hear, but this is the reality. Sorry for you loss.

You have just said it the way it is despite being blunt about it, its the simple truth that there is no other out there. For Op, I understand his grouse and passion to wanting to get back at that person. Anyone who has been scammed before would understand the feeling especially if the amount involved is one huge that could make a significant impact in ones financial status. I could remember when I was scammed of some too sometimes in the past as small as it was, it was hard to lose and if I had my way, I would have hacked the wallet and all of those. I felt helpless and stupid at the same time. For Op, the earlier you started forgetting about it, the better it is to move on.

This is one of the ills of crypto currency that I always clamour for. If it were to be in the bank, you don't get to give up easily but here, one confirmation in a matter of minutes have sealed the fate that the fund is gone forever and the people involved in this unwholly attitude  should just desist for the sake of posterity.

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June 25, 2018, 05:13:55 PM
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Sorry to hear about your loss. This is a huge problem with the crypto world at the moment. People constanstly getting scammed and scammers can get away with it easily. I do not have any knowledge of what you are tying to achieve but I wish you luck.
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June 25, 2018, 05:21:53 PM
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I am absolutely sure you knew this before asking and then threw this at the community. If there be any machine anywhere remotely possible to carry out what you are thinking, then there would be no bitcoin anywhere. What you are proposing could only happen in a Sci-Fi movie, and that would mean shutting out the electricity requirement of half of Chicago for that job.
Sorry mate! may be in the future, but right now, this is no way possible.

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June 25, 2018, 07:42:05 PM
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Oh, it is too bad. I think you need to be more careful with your bitcoins as it is easy to lose money today due to a number of different schemes and people who want to get your coins in the dishonest way. You should hold it using a reliable purse
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June 25, 2018, 08:12:18 PM
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I think you need to look into the method of the scam and try to get a communication between you and him. There is no way you can hack it, so look at negotiating instead, perhaps using law enforcement as well.
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June 25, 2018, 08:20:54 PM
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losing 700 bitcoins is really bad. sorry for your loss. i would store this amount of bitcoins only offline. but already amazing how easy the op sees it. i would cry for just one bitcoin if i lose it.

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June 25, 2018, 08:25:18 PM
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A fully new account claiming to have had 500 btc, but possibility doesn't know enough space getting scammed. Also,I thinking you could do bad things with only 50 or more miners. You're going to need a lot more than that. That is sure 500 btc.
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June 26, 2018, 01:37:42 AM
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When something advertises risk-free money, it's an obvious scam, why the hell would somebody need money when they know the bulletproof way to make money?

This should be a lesson for everybody that still falls for those scams.

Ps, you should open a topic in Scam Acusations with all the datails, maybe it will prevent further incidents.
I do accept completely that the things offered for free almost ended up being a scam or at least milking something from you, either your identification details or something else.
One thing i would like to hear from the OP is that, since he knows where the coin is, he must post the wallet address so that everyone can monitor, as everyone said, no one has hacked it, so what ever your plan is, that is not going to work and since you have that much amount of coins your should have known better.  Roll Eyes


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June 26, 2018, 01:42:52 AM
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I got scammed out of my bitcoin. I have located the Bitcoin address where the ass hat is holding all of his/her/their coins. Its in excess of ~700btc. I would like to find a way to crack his the public key for the private key and then donate the coinage to ~700 random peeps in this community. I did not loose a lot but I'm way more talented that rich. And I have access to a server farm (in which I have permission to use unused resources - greater than 100 machines).

IF anyone has attempted this before, it would be greatly appreciated. There is a TON of into out there but I cannot decipher what is the correct method to use.
Give that dude the thing he deserve it's not a good work to scam someone. Doing things like that for me is just for weak so give hime the reward he deserves. Make him pay for what he do and at the same time your focus is to get your own back. Get back what is yours and teach that scammer a lesson he will never forget.


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June 26, 2018, 01:54:22 AM
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New account..
Claiming he/she has loss 700 bitcoins.
Saying he wanted to help crack that wallet.
Tells he/she is willing to distribute it to random people in the community.
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I guess we have all the spices needed.
Keep away from this person.
Because for me this doesnt seem to be legit at all.
Imagine accumulating 700 bitcoins which he claims just as a small amount for him but doesnt know how to safeguard a wallet.
My hands are up.

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