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April 13, 2016, 04:49:23 PM
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Heads up mint community!
You may know about the recent issues at cryptsy but it looks as though Paul is actively liquidating and dumping MINTcoin on poloniex. If you care about this coin, you may want to contact them and ask them to look into it.

See Fontas Returns pervious posts to get an idea of credibility.   Wink
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April 13, 2016, 07:02:30 PM
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Heads up mint community!
You may know about the recent issues at cryptsy but it looks as though Paul is actively liquidating and dumping MINTcoin on poloniex. If you care about this coin, you may want to contact them and ask them to look into it.

Evidence that shows this?

I am.still waiting for an update from Cryptsy that we can withdraw our Mintcoins. Does anyone know?

You wont get an update from Cryptsy because it no longer exists.

http://www.coindesk.com/cryptsy-assets-frozen-as-florida-court-appoints-receiver/

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April 13, 2016, 07:42:55 PM
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thats what I thought.

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April 13, 2016, 11:02:23 PM
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So all coins on cryptsy are lost forever?

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April 14, 2016, 02:02:41 AM
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The block explorer is out of date on checkpoints and hosting is expiring any minute. How do we get them to update their wallet? Ive donated to this in the past, but I'd like to see them be current with checkpoints before donating more. Maybe if it expires it will get their attention? Any ideas?

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/mint/#!crypto

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April 14, 2016, 04:28:30 AM
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Btw, just wanted to show, that mint could be more rare than gold someday.. I was talking about it on another thread, and apparently a lot of people don't know that Gold and other precious metals xan be made from glass with microwaves, and its actually cheaper than mining it. The electrons added changed the molecular structure into gold.

https://youtu.be/ISeusr6H2Rc

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April 14, 2016, 05:11:30 AM
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The block explorer is out of date on checkpoints and hosting is expiring any minute. How do we get them to update their wallet? Ive donated to this in the past, but I'd like to see them be current with checkpoints before donating more. Maybe if it expires it will get their attention? Any ideas?

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/mint/#!crypto

Step 1 : Add some BTC to keep the explorer running
Hosting for this blockchain will expire on
2016-04-14 (in -0.3 days)

Hosting can be extended by a donation to
BTC 1QJpbqzkyFNcLGsC46DjXJmY1hLgHoya5C

Hosting rate for this blockchain is currently $9.9 per month

Step 2 : PM fairglu that you would like him to update to the latest version (If the Github has changed be sure to tell him what the new one is first)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=221182

Also you need to let him know he might need that custom bootstrap.dat , if the update crashes his explorer.
If so the explorer will be offline ~40 hours until the custom bootstrap can be loaded or much longer if he has to sync from scratch.

FYI :
FairGlu is one of the Great Guys in Crypto, if Mint version was never updated , it was only because no one ever informed him there was a new release.

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April 14, 2016, 07:40:08 AM
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Heads up mint community!
You may know about the recent issues at cryptsy but it looks as though Paul is actively liquidating and dumping MINTcoin on poloniex. If you care about this coin, you may want to contact them and ask them to look into it.

Evidence that shows this?

It's part of a bigger embezzlement scam by Vern. It's not just Mint it's ETH too. Forensics show he moved mint and eth onto poloniex on April 10 and then started dumping them. This is one reason the price has been plummeting so fast these past few days.
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April 14, 2016, 07:42:33 AM
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Also, has he been dumping ether on polo?


Cryptsy wallets:


Cold wallet - 5000 ETH ,last transaction on 26th.January

https://etherchain.org/account/0x3afca45be577815985f0d83e5e4c738f45804fec


Hot wallet:

https://etherchain.org/account/0xc47aaa860008be6f65b58c6c6e02a84e666efe31


Hot wallet - 0 ETH ,last transaction again 10.April - 0.67 ETH sent to address with 7034 ETH and all txs in that wallet are deposits,not at one withdrawal, and all are deposited on 10th.April !!!, probably Vernon personal wallet from slowly extracted ETH from Cryptsy:

https://etherchain.org/account/0x900290554dbee50f2ee6fb51227fe109edea576f#txreceived



UNOs sent on 10th.April, MINT also, ETH also - that cant be just coincidence
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April 14, 2016, 07:43:49 AM
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Hi Fontasreturns,

I will investigate this and be back to you as soon as possible.

Best regards,

Johnny Garcia
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On Wed, 13 Apr at 6:34 AM , Fontasreturns <fontasreturns@gmail.com> wrote:
The suspicious mintcoin transaction appears to be the cryptsy thief liquidating and laundering coins on poloniex:

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/mint/tx.dws?6021086.htm

On Wed, Apr 13, 2016 at 12:31 AM, Fontas Returns <fontasreturns@gmail.com> wrote:
It looks like the Cryptsy thief may also be dumping ETH on poloniex! Look for big deposits on 4/10

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1173703.msg14521637#msg14521637

It looks like these are the suspicious ether transaction, the poloniex account associated with these transactions is most likely the cryptsy thief:
https://etherchain.org/account/0x900290554dbee50f2ee6fb51227fe109edea576f#txreceived

On Tue, Apr 12, 2016 at 11:59 PM, Poloniex <support@poloniex.freshdesk.com> wrote:
Dear Fontasreturns,

We would like to acknowledge that we have received your request and a ticket has been created with Ticket ID - 40291.
A support representative will be reviewing your request and will send you a personal response. (Usually within 24 hours).

To view the status of the ticket or add comments, please visit
https://poloniex.freshdesk.com/helpdesk/tickets/40291

Thank you for your patience.

Sincerely,
Poloniex Helpdesk Support Team
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April 14, 2016, 07:51:49 AM
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https://chainz.cryptoid.info/mint/wallet.dws?585760.htm

I believe this is the main cryptsy wallet for MINT - or at least one of them; if anyone who has made deposits or withdraws from/to cryptsy and you can report addresses know of cryptsy it can help with investigation. Vern is one of biggest holders.
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April 14, 2016, 03:42:02 PM
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Interesting data Fontas Returns.  Thank you for posting.

I'm glad we're stable at this point and coins are going back to open distribution channels.

[EDIT] Fontas Returns, if it helps, I'm hoping to help provide some Cryptsy addresses sometime this weekend
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ax66, can you explain your findings. What was dumped on cryptopia and how you know it was cryptsy coins?
I suspected cryptopia and bter may be involved, it doesn't look like bleutrade is. The exchanges it appears Vern is using to launder cryptsy coins are:

BITTREX: We know on 4/10 he deposited a huge ammount of UNO and apparently tried to liquidate them

POLONIEX: He appears to be active lately unloading eth and mint, posssibly others, also showing heavy activity since 4/10

Other exchanges he has used or may be using:

BTER: He may be active in dumping on bter, the recent dumps look suspicious, he has definitely used it in the past for his embezzlement scheme

CRYPTOPIA: ax66 thinks he's dumping on Cryptopia, this also seems possible

BTCE: Probably not doing much there now, but after Vern did the "critical event" hack inside job, the stolen ltc was partly laundered through btce

KRAKEN: He has also used kraken to launder coins, unknown if he is actively doing so now






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April 14, 2016, 06:31:08 PM
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I think exchanges need to make their security such that even someone within the company cannot access your funds. Time and time again it proves third parties cannot.be trusted if anyone has access to coins other than the owner, eventually coins get swiped.

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April 15, 2016, 03:48:48 PM
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I think exchanges need to make their security such that even someone within the company cannot access your funds. Time and time again it proves third parties cannot.be trusted if anyone has access to coins other than the owner, eventually coins get swiped.

yes,u sure

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I think exchanges need to make their security such that even someone within the company cannot access your funds. Time and time again it proves third parties cannot.be trusted if anyone has access to coins other than the owner, eventually coins get swiped.

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just an FYI ... UNO community has always kept an eye on exchange held coins ... and we knew which wallet was the Cryptsy wallet ... long story short ... someone sent all those coins to bittrex to be sold ... and because bittrex was informed by team UNO that this happened (and there is a legal court order to not move the funds) ... it looks like the UNO is now in safe hands ... cool story no?  Sad to say it looks like BigVern is dumping all coins in his control and unless you can track and trace him.

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https://chainz.cryptoid.info
rise up and fund the BE ... you are not a legitimate $1M coin club without a fairglu blockchain Wink


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April 18, 2016, 02:21:04 PM
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I think exchanges need to make their security such that even someone within the company cannot access your funds. Time and time again it proves third parties cannot.be trusted if anyone has access to coins other than the owner, eventually coins get swiped.

[1]
just an FYI ... UNO community has always kept an eye on exchange held coins ... and we knew which wallet was the Cryptsy wallet ... long story short ... someone sent all those coins to bittrex to be sold ... and because bittrex was informed by team UNO that this happened (and there is a legal court order to not move the funds) ... it looks like the UNO is now in safe hands ... cool story no?  Sad to say it looks like BigVern is dumping all coins in his control and unless you can track and trace him.

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https://chainz.cryptoid.info
rise up and fund the BE ... you are not a legitimate $1M coin club without a fairglu blockchain Wink


What type of data is being retained by the UNO community in relation to exchanges?  Is the compiled info made public or only held by specific users?  Can you point to the legal court order?  Thanks.  Smiley

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April 18, 2016, 05:47:49 PM
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Hey devs, how is the progress on the wallet? Its almost 6 months i think since you started the codebase update. It would be cool if you can give us a report every few weeks. We know you are working hard but if we can see what is being done even if its a bit technical then it would give us some indication how things are going & how far are we from the big release. Thanks for all your work Smiley

EDIT: Something like this will inspire some confidence.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=727023.msg14460950#msg14460950

Keep in mind that there have been actual working wallet releases since work was started on the 2.1 codebase.  These releases added new features which are fully documented by the devs and push towards the 2.1 release.  You can see an example of this for wallet version 2.0.2 released on 3/2, about a month ago.  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=450381.msg14070605#msg14070605

After the 2.0.2 release, an official bootstrap was released on 3/12 and updated on 4/5.  See the history thread...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355523.msg13798259#msg13798259

Additionally, you can see the devs work on Git with their individual accounts that merge into the main account.  Fuzzbawls release notes for 2.0.2 gives you specific documentation of code changes with direct individual links on Git for each change.

Would additional updates be cool?  Totally.  Should those additional updates come at the expense of writing actual code?

I'm not suggesting your point is invalid.  I'm just asking you to consider the other side of the coin.  Distracting the devs with requests for updates could be counter productive.  I would personally love to offer more updates in relation to coding the 2.1 wallet but general bug fixes and code modernization isn't always that exciting or easily consumable.  If it was then wouldn't you have your eyes glued to Git like your favorite T.V. show?   Wink

[EDIT]  Actually, a 24/7 reality show about development of a coin WOULD be pretty amazing.  24 hour market with a 24 hour show to match.  Cheesy
Thanks for replying. You don't need to defend & use sarcasm Grin I understand that devs are busy & i believe them completely but it would be much better if progress is visible to wider community and hodlers of the coin. I am sure a bi-weekly report is possible if that gives everyone a sense of direction and movement. Updates are not a time waste IMO but are rather important for how a coin is perceived. Development has to be balanced with communication. Makes sense?
PS: 1 update in 6 months is a bit unbalanced i think. Maybe i got too used to amazing updates by CryptoMommy Cheesy

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April 18, 2016, 06:55:03 PM
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Hey devs, how is the progress on the wallet? Its almost 6 months i think since you started the codebase update. It would be cool if you can give us a report every few weeks. We know you are working hard but if we can see what is being done even if its a bit technical then it would give us some indication how things are going & how far are we from the big release. Thanks for all your work Smiley

EDIT: Something like this will inspire some confidence.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=727023.msg14460950#msg14460950

Keep in mind that there have been actual working wallet releases since work was started on the 2.1 codebase.  These releases added new features which are fully documented by the devs and push towards the 2.1 release.  You can see an example of this for wallet version 2.0.2 released on 3/2, about a month ago.  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=450381.msg14070605#msg14070605

After the 2.0.2 release, an official bootstrap was released on 3/12 and updated on 4/5.  See the history thread...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355523.msg13798259#msg13798259

Additionally, you can see the devs work on Git with their individual accounts that merge into the main account.  Fuzzbawls release notes for 2.0.2 gives you specific documentation of code changes with direct individual links on Git for each change.

Would additional updates be cool?  Totally.  Should those additional updates come at the expense of writing actual code?

I'm not suggesting your point is invalid.  I'm just asking you to consider the other side of the coin.  Distracting the devs with requests for updates could be counter productive.  I would personally love to offer more updates in relation to coding the 2.1 wallet but general bug fixes and code modernization isn't always that exciting or easily consumable.  If it was then wouldn't you have your eyes glued to Git like your favorite T.V. show?   Wink

[EDIT]  Actually, a 24/7 reality show about development of a coin WOULD be pretty amazing.  24 hour market with a 24 hour show to match.  Cheesy
Thanks for replying. You don't need to defend & use sarcasm Grin I understand that devs are busy & i believe them completely but it would be much better if progress is visible to wider community and hodlers of the coin. I am sure a bi-weekly report is possible if that gives everyone a sense of direction and movement. Updates are not a time waste IMO but are rather important for how a coin is perceived. Development has to be balanced with communication. Makes sense?
PS: 1 update in 6 months is a bit unbalanced i think. Maybe i got too used to amazing updates by CryptoMommy Cheesy

I'm not sure I was using any sarcasm.  I am saying that updates have been coming directly from the devs in the form of actual software with release notes, official bootstrap, etc.  The devs have been quite clear that they are moving towards a 2.1 release and activity shows that on Git.  Everyone working on mintcoin is a volunteer with other jobs and projects.  I would prefer the devs focus on coding and doing the work that only their expertise can provide rather then PR, CS, and general admin work.  Perhaps I can help you?  Is there specific info your looking for?  It's quite clear that there has been plenty of communication and software releases within the last 6 months.

But yes...we all miss cryptomommy.  SIGH.  Maybe you can help provide some of the updates that she can no longer do?  What type of info is needed in your opinion?  Are you interested in helping with mint?  Have you seen the history thread?  Just trying to help kind sir.  Smiley

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April 18, 2016, 07:09:22 PM
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I'm not sure I was using any sarcasm.  I am saying that updates have been coming directly from the devs in the form of actual software with release notes, official bootstrap, etc.  The devs have been quite clear that they are moving towards a 2.1 release and activity shows that on Git.  Everyone working on mintcoin is a volunteer with other jobs and projects.  I would prefer the devs focus on coding and doing the work that only their expertise can provide rather then PR, CS, and general admin work.  Perhaps I can help you?  Is there specific info your looking for?  It's quite clear that there has been plenty of communication and software releases within the last 6 months.

But yes...we all miss cryptomommy.  SIGH.  Maybe you can help provide some of the updates that she can no longer do?  What type of info is needed in your opinion?  Are you interested in helping with mint?  Have you seen the history thread?  Just trying to help kind sir.  Smiley

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355523.msg13798259#msg13798259

ah, thanks for the link, its quite awesome! I was looking for something along the link i posted (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=727023.msg14460950#msg14460950) which updates on progress even if there is no release. Not everyone is familiar with github and how to understand the activity going on there. It is a whole new jargon/language to learn. Probably the problem is that this is a very generic/large refresh of the code and there is no specific thing to let people know about. It will come out and everyone will feel the difference in performance but not so much in UI. To provide updates one needs to at least read the dev disscussions, i do that with DCR & BTC core(i mean read dev chats, not the updates Tongue) but i have only so much time. All big coins have some kind of updates that let people know what devs are thinking & discussing. If someone can do that it would be amazing.

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