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Question: What would YOU have done?
Keep the bitcoins - 3 (30%)
Return the bitcoins - 4 (40%)
Pump all markets to da MOON! - 2 (20%)
Get OP a brain transplant - 1 (10%)
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ShangTingHuang
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February 21, 2014, 05:01:43 AM
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I was dumping pandas on MINTPAL like everybody else last night.

I was hoping to make a small profit.

And then this happened

http://i.imgur.com/ostnrz5l.jpg
 
 Shocked

INSTANT MILLIONAIRE

on an exchange with a volume of less than 2000 BTC

I've never seen a million dollars before, so my brain took a vacation.

And then I cashed out 4301 BTC on an exchange with less than 2000 BTC volume.

http://i.imgur.com/gaNqOCC.jpg

Stupid Stupid  me Angry

Of course it didn't work being that all BTC withdrawals are manually processed.

And so this happened

 Huh

http://i.imgur.com/Cqx7j74.jpg

Ah well...

A fool and his money are soon parted. Cry

P.S. I had no idea how i got the 4k odd BTC, I'm not some 1337 h4x0r or anything like that.

P.P.S. It is just as well that I didn't fuck things up for everyone on Mintpal because of my greed.


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February 21, 2014, 07:41:15 AM
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This isn't the first time MintPal has been egregiously faulty. A few days after their launch they lost 40 BTC due to a bug in which users could exponentially withdraw BTC (one user took advantage of this and pulled 40 BTC).

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