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November 02, 2018, 11:24:01 PM
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November 04, 2018, 03:19:32 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.


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November 04, 2018, 03:22:53 AM
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If this was possible do you think btc would be worth what it's worth now? Wink
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November 04, 2018, 12:26:15 PM
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This is just simply not possible and it does not matter how many TONS of computers you have access to.
Also, to me this sounds like more of a scam.
Imagine I know a way, how can I be sure that you are just not going to get all that money for yourself?

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November 05, 2018, 01:38:16 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.

It's not gonna work man. I am just wondering how then you'd been so careless securing your big treasure.
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November 09, 2018, 07:01:41 PM
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With such an unreasonable idea it will only mean that you are a fraudster or you harbour the idea of being one. The best is for you not to be greedy you thought show a whole lots of greed in it. Go back make corrections to your errors check where you let your guard down

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November 10, 2018, 11:09:38 AM
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Is it me or does the original post seem a little suspect? Forget the back story as this may or may not have happened, we will never know.
On the face of it, a new member asks advice on how to scam / commit fraud?

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November 10, 2018, 12:21:11 PM
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Is it me or does the original post seem a little suspect? Forget the back story as this may or may not have happened, we will never know.
On the face of it, a new member asks advice on how to scam / commit fraud?

Yea, the ~700 BTC sounds weird, is this 700 BTC or 0.700 BTC? Someone with 700 BTC <$4 458 000> can hire a army of hackers with bot farms to attempt this. <They will be wasting their time and his money, but it will be interesting to see what comes out of this>  Grin

Obviously he said he does not have the 700 BTC anymore, but he said it was not a lot, so I am guessing he has a lot more, if 700 BTC is not a lot to him.  Roll Eyes

Why does he not reply or give details about the scam, if this really happened?

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November 11, 2018, 11:19:44 AM
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Is it me or does the original post seem a little suspect? Forget the back story as this may or may not have happened, we will never know.
On the face of it, a new member asks advice on how to scam / commit fraud?

Yea, the ~700 BTC sounds weird, is this 700 BTC or 0.700 BTC? Someone with 700 BTC <$4 458 000> can hire a army of hackers with bot farms to attempt this. <They will be wasting their time and his money, but it will be interesting to see what comes out of this>  Grin

Obviously he said he does not have the 700 BTC anymore, but he said it was not a lot, so I am guessing he has a lot more, if 700 BTC is not a lot to him.  Roll Eyes

Why does he not reply or give details about the scam, if this really happened?

It is quite likely that the OP had a smaller amount of bitcoin that they got scammed out of and that they tracked it to a wallet address with around 700BTC.

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.

The OP never said that they had 700BTC - they said that the scammer address had 700BTC.

It is probably a large exchange wallet that the scammer sent it to and has already long ago been converted to another Crypto and withdrawn from the exchange.

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November 11, 2018, 02:00:47 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.
I think you really need a professional for this hack)but navryatli that it will be able to do this and to return your bitcoins...I wish you only to try to return your bitcoins and not fall into the hands of scammers)

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November 12, 2018, 03:33:02 AM
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Whatever had happened to you it is really pathetic mate. Whatever you wanna do now it doesn't make sounds good. You should take good care of your wallets now if possible try to take better steps for not being scammed furthermore.


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November 12, 2018, 08:49:29 AM
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I'm sure the scammer is storing their btc in a secure wallet. I will be impossible the get in. Next time just be smarter and don't get scammed mate.

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