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October 05, 2018, 02:40:54 AM
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I keep coins many places.  After CryptoHub debacle I used an address to recover BTC.  And for the life on me idk where I sent it.  I have wallet address, but idk if it’s another exchange, or what..  anyway to figure it out with wallet address?

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October 05, 2018, 03:39:51 AM
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There's virtually no way to determine what provider/wallet those addresses are using. Are you trying to determine where the output addresses are?

The best thing you can do is try going through exchanges you've used in the past, and trying to find logins.

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October 05, 2018, 04:27:48 AM
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The transaction ID you have posted looks like a "Pay to many" transaction from an exchange (or similar).

Without knowing which address is yours, it's difficult to tell where your funds went.

Even knowing the address, it would still be very difficult to pinpoint an exact service based on the address itself.

Have you tried searching through your emails (or browser history) to find sign up confirmations etc from other crypto services? It might help narrow down which ones you have used...

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October 05, 2018, 05:38:55 AM
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Unfortunately you can't see where the address is from by simply looking at it.

The only way for you to find out where these coins are located is by checking each of your 'places' where you keep your coins.


And in future you might want to consider to move them all to one place. If you choose an offline solution (e.g. airgapped wallets or hardware wallet),
your coins will even be more secured than they could ever be when split between multiple untrustworthy and unsecure online wallets/sites accesses by your online computer.

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October 05, 2018, 01:11:30 PM
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I have wallet address, but idk if it’s another exchange, or what..  anyway to figure it out with wallet address?

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Without knowing which address is yours, it's difficult to tell where your funds went.

Even knowing the address, it would still be very difficult to pinpoint an exact service based on the address itself.

For starter, as HCP said, which one is your address? then maybe we can guess what wallet service you used
the transaction was a week ago, why didn't you send to your current wallet address?
if you do, hard to believe you forget what wallet you use in about a week Lips sealed

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October 05, 2018, 04:12:28 PM
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It's a reach, as other users have stated, but why not give it a try.
 
Using several sites i was able to determine to which sites/exchanges some of these adresses were belonging.

Out of the 26 adresses i've found 6. This leaves 20 more adresses which are unidentifiable.

Out of the other 20 adresses that are unidentifiable, it seems that they're almost all also belonging to some kind of exchange, as they're usually connected to hundreds of other adresses. https://imgur.com/a/dXcVJoH

Code:
1Da16ougqZ6fm7HfWsnTvmmbf3nxTxUTdL 0.01138601 bittrex.com
3667U3B6XbkE4VFp4YePZk1hkPam954TJB 0.00765755 CoinExchange.io
16AAdU1it3aKsqm6qh4Vgw7oC7uAxAggR9 0.00090783 YoBit.net
1Q3cxdcZjxUTJWMRSHq9MkTtBcUMkZsM9E 0.03940000 exmo.com
1PjHbYgNUWwkiwba8Sr5y7SGCXDSKLf2a6 0.00162236 bitcoin.co.id
1CgvVeqTtob2rFJ6SzrSySrXgPKymVFkg1 Bleutrade.com

Sources: https://matbea.net/ & https://www.walletexplorer.com
Hope this might be of any help


Only 4 adresses are from a wallet consisting of <15 known adresses. You might want to take a look at those too if you think you might've used a wallet such as electrum.

Code:
1LZhnCqzvohMJ7hdwAHgYNAPpx2XRHsSTT 15
141CqFVpYnd8epnLdhCgsuHpatfqZ6kjcL 6
3Lz8uKNMANFWwum1ZNKj8A39rC2sFMPAsT 1
13Cdqf5VN1rhHnkgw1DeTE6NtGNCipotcM 1
Source: https://matbea.net/btc/holders


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