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March 11, 2014, 12:16:01 AM
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March 11, 2014, 12:17:14 AM
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March 11, 2014, 07:49:13 AM
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It has been splitted in a bunch of 5000 BTC addresses. Still no news about its possible ownership

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February 26, 2018, 10:49:39 PM
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It has been splitted in a bunch of 5000 BTC addresses. Still no news about its possible ownership

This address appears in the Kleiman Estate vs Craig Wright documents.

https://www.scribd.com/document/372445546/Bitcoin-Lawsuit

"The 2011 IP Agreement provides that Bitcoin wallet 1933***XYa8 would be held by Craig in escrow and revert to him if W&K defaulted, but the 2013 W&K Sale Agreement provides that it will
 be “released to” Craig despite satisfaction of the liability, and the 2012 Deed of Loan shows the wallet being placed into a trust by Craig with a notation that it  be held there until Dave and Craig can set up joint-companies later."

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August 30, 2018, 11:25:08 AM
Last edit: August 30, 2018, 01:36:20 PM by mishax1
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On the move again  - https://blockexplorer.com/address/1Jq4f2fCjBJBwiCmcmtz7CW8RTuamcfoQT

a list of 83 wallets with the amount of 999.99998156 BTC

1Jq4f2fCjBJBwiCmcmtz7CW8RTuamcfoQT
17Mbft2v8x2MXyFaQQAJFUFsEaNS2hx8Nj
161kViPB1QTxid9rHXCbQDFvS72Mgfc4y7
1EYREFWkPX3CyA5uk5CZByK1LRpRCgXorF
1LC1r8TX2SzZtzWAw6DTKXv32RWrvKbCLv
1y75TUkBQjVmg7C2GRA6rNX5V7b5Xhd7s
16SN3ifXtPLdX5Rr1eXxBs2kr9cCVGVbPD
1AeLVWnGSFRVrqsDQAtza9ETP8CQtMqQYy
1C1wc3A61FubqzHitPvCV82tDcesW4XC5N
1HurzjPqvy3dbGcBpf2zmEXGzqJuYP9hHm
1KfmQppd29BQjmPimfb73fRGDESzFybVn2
16pMWunTk5ayjPk91cc5ghp2DtygSmVosb
1DkP5oAi3PbyvLndmqsUyBPJ1zpqHfcHro
16Z6hLdk5GrHT7EQDPGdme3QtzbU4XtV24
12EMDoUhaNCuWZeeT6ey61AkjKyzmjV2m3
131gJ5QEpk74NdQKZC4FHW9q9N4htvdvUM
13CPuESGA1mA2RY7dvTmVkLZtHQv484K73
168w95Wf8tphgM7DPREXr8zLnVoE2wJCAN
1JBzBYhWwUDwukMF98E6odcEG2Cq2myK8W
1JWHZ9WKbwDkuC4nhN9cB7uaRcgA7dPbrA
12mGByfmJH16c5hQApi4N2eHJKfKrrf1fm
16EjMe6ufEzpGgDryRJni4XXe8fzaZHiVV
1P26cNQUjtcqJS5RjxGZY458Z7Nb6SJyRU
14KYPZVWh7PJ7P6qZBnWFmgvd7KZGkBZGt
1CHnxKrYjYc9pVX4Z8uMWKM3Gm5NCnh78e
17GURBUGs1WZN3DtqCDLeBFvznbBgQbAPm
15gzWMVtGqc26KiwmZW4F6UHgsF4KQhE4d
13xUA4QFq7wXAfpXL8jYEwJYmiDMmiMzDx
1GSq1Ca1uLDBdtAkbnK7YbhwcsEX7wCfZd
16ejCxMd4iz7UgGPU6jQP5rFbvSunJueJ3
175Vm3p3LWtJJdN5mSpv7RQWhx8tqUZzB5
1GgJLsrcfQ9EXsVosamCrK3DJTZB5a4dk1
1S2PWYeAEhNnpjizaAmrssfLi8Zfroxg4
1AyvHCZgfFcRLUCzs3W5vkyX195FCmsimK
1EAaETBVzBAYMdokQy6oDV3ndtsEgyNuZG
1N3iUA8sQXyv8pZekHEmmVx4JDZ98MPPBa
1LTxwgxWgt6qTb6843pMGpAAVZt1uhosq4
1NjqzRPtJ7ZFJHnF3VfM1rHkCCgYCbPNBo
14GHoKsHEfR618VFoz9ahLwzxcGkNEka3q
1mFwvE389NhZLe7TUKMA77qVcPNLzFUVd
12HQsSH5JXKphCyDhHG56s4hnLysX7qans
1JqT4EpwmHogj6gayzoM8sZ18nfLA8Fb75
17gBJdE7xd8Xs7UwotuAb8EbGbPy9TvfHK
17diY4cG7W1o16Q2Jy1MFJ7PVPLjJQ38Gi
1ABrBxtxCUjrw2MiV3AkYcUfq4fnhALASw
1NUKiX4WuhBxfd7cMxh2WRnukcNZAZ74Rx
1QAbhtkLCaNFFfGagPiqCMZecupKjZBBbh
1QL6KoM1uWtTEwQ7vJXY7J3Bpg5mMEzEag
1HW1jcfhke4W7SBUaxGUZQF9m5Gdcv6VJS
175zrR3z4PB3ug4YFBrk83tiCgbtfFGusm
1FHDkwWz8vuKqidGiwVwTcMgR4hncnXPiS
1BBXEhXcHAA8jvDUvtakz7Hz4zf41Q8zNg
1LNB1SmPSkgo1oduVUWcKmwAjSYkMXcScC
1F2bKNevAVDJbXy6kYPghqB7BTLtRzfkYb
1DktWqGjJQFmrKELt1nQrdJWmNMWBxGQV9
12bGpTNZp3PTeiJSnCFuSzP2EfnvWMatF6
15YEfnK5PpBWkBuNPYYFTeXLXRtyqsC9DH
1Q1SNLVNLbipKcNR412GEaggjyZmD9yfqE
1Pnvt4ttbvexku9EvQb7vRyBP5qRpRrGX6
122HCxHuCV4fdh9wH9ccB1BaSe2uQDTW7d
1JH2Yt4LWPkXjCw11GQpAf6SahjknVn9iL
1G6qkSuiwuXSsPT3VdEWyeWrvVwnjnUnCC
1ECQyPuL94zKHGguaweHi5d21zy7xHchsn
15JZnwq2NqSNtMPbBhdQddbyimay4xvGyA
1NDW9P5gb1tBxuAk2vjQqk25V7aUcmitPL
1NTNR2tKwKKV2uPpqnxeyVGhkqy442Gp6x
1J1xf1wSW27XjcZNc9Q9k4okdUUmHhhwsY
14Sdez3ZFMc4bFS4eezfc6DWo7T8mkHdFt
1PMULdAeRU9xiotfn9Yjhc4e9heb9bA1J6
1HS8i7yiFxiwkFyRGdp6wTYKajpf58BYdN
1FJqDzCYyqVbKm2cLJkuhtx8WztNzmwWNj
1D73bDndyazRE4PrHfsgQaR8AwLd1v31jA
1NGGanEWLAKgj9ZifEKiEVSAjzbhjwZQrP
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August 31, 2018, 06:00:30 AM
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It has been splitted in a bunch of 5000 BTC addresses. Still no news about its possible ownership

This address appears in the Kleiman Estate vs Craig Wright documents.

https://www.scribd.com/document/372445546/Bitcoin-Lawsuit

"The 2011 IP Agreement provides that Bitcoin wallet 1933***XYa8 would be held by Craig in escrow and revert to him if W&K defaulted, but the 2013 W&K Sale Agreement provides that it will
 be “released to” Craig despite satisfaction of the liability, and the 2012 Deed of Loan shows the wallet being placed into a trust by Craig with a notation that it  be held there until Dave and Craig can set up joint-companies later."

1933                                          ***XYa8
1933phfhK3ZgFQNLGSDXvqCn32k2buXY8a

Is it the same wallet?

But I find it quite curious that the owner of the wallet decided to move it at this point where Craig Wright is in a battle with the Bcash fork.

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September 07, 2018, 01:23:31 PM
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Craig is not the owner of 1933 wallet, all the addresses which he claimed were either Mt.Gox addresses, or didn't even exist on the dates which he back-forged in the agreements. He even claimed the address where the stolen funds from the earlier Mt.Gox hack went was his. He is a well-known nut case, just picking random large addresses and claiming they are his. 1933 is most probably from SR.

Btw, I managed to find a link between 1LDN (Ross) and 1DKY (600k btc) wallets, by randomly picking and following one outgoing transaction from 1LDN. There are 50 intermediate addresses between these two wallets. Funds passed through Instawallet before being deposited to 1DKY. Someone who knows how to look for links non-manually, could try to find other and shorter links between these two wallets.
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September 11, 2018, 04:35:41 PM
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I might as well leave this article here, for those interested:

"The mystery of the 1933-wallet"

https://coinedtimes.com/the-mystery-of-the-1933-wallet/
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September 11, 2018, 04:58:00 PM
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This is very interesting. One would hope that this doesn't impact the price even further in a negative way.
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