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July 04, 2018, 06:35:11 PM
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First thing, Am total newbie when it comes to Ethereum, but i come quite in handy when it comes to bitcoins. Am always doing researches, working on new ways to exploit Bitcoin private keys, and vulnerabilities that exists within different crypt-currencies applications. Few days ago, I came across a bitcoin private key , it has a balance in it ...but nothing extra ordinary. While doing my researches using the key as an input -- I learn't that it has 815 ethereum and 745 ethereum classic on it. I am unable to derive the exact Ethereum private key from the wif key because I don't know what derivation pattern and method "my test app" is using. Things get a little interesting when I try to play around with the key in a deterministic manner and stumble upon addresses  with change balances on it $2 $1 $5 etc.

So here's my problem.

I have a bitcoin private key with 815 Eth 745 Eth Classic , when converted into Ethereum private key.

I don't know if this key is the seed, or memnonic, or just a ethereum single key because so far am unable to determine "my test app" derivation path.

What am looking for
Someone who would help me Cashout these ethereum, Must be a Crypto expert...youl have 20%

Or Anyone with a good suggestion or OFFER on this, since am damn sure, so far unable to cash it and maybe never will!

I can sell it too but I prefer REPUTABLE MEMBERS offers. I have the deterministic keys as proof since they have petty funds in them, as well as Screenshots etc. willing to go as far as real identity exposure...

Anyone interested in this reach out.

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You know when they say something sounds too good to be true, it probably is?  Yep, that's what comes mind here.  Are you a Nigerian Prince by any chance?
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July 06, 2018, 02:50:43 PM
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He has bitcoin private key but has ETHER inside it, i'm confuse already.

You know when they say something sounds too good to be true, it probably is?  Yep, that's what comes mind here.  Are you a Nigerian Prince by any chance?

Made my day. I'm gonna be asking that question to people who doe the same thing too. There had been lots of scam in bitcoin facebook group which I've been watching for sometimes and they do have too good to be true offers.

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July 07, 2018, 10:28:02 AM
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I came across a bitcoin private key , it has a balance in it ...but nothing extra ordinary. While doing my researches using the key as an input -- I learn't that it has 815 ethereum and 745 ethereum classic on it.
well this is already enough but...

Things get a little interesting when I try to play around with the key in a deterministic manner and stumble upon addresses  with change balances on it $2 $1 $5 etc
what did you mean with "playing" with a key? and balance change about some dollars?


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