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February 07, 2019, 04:36:50 PM
Last edit: February 07, 2019, 05:04:26 PM by coinlocket$
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https://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/0381de46e93de12f

Hello I'm finding all accounts for this abuser and it will be longer for this case and since I'm still a noob on bitcoin address can anyone know what kind of wallet is this one?

It's formed by a lot of wallets usually, we have addresses on the same wallet but here we have a list of wallets inside a wallet, and every wallet has an address.

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Code:
15H7t57ZA3YFD247KR6ixewGPjUiSx8Cna

From here goes to

https://www.blockchain.com/it/btc/address/1HesaFHAkTJEY3X3ppCu2E7o8bGgMN4SXQ

Code:
1HesaFHAkTJEY3X3ppCu2E7o8bGgMN4SXQ

to

this final address https://www.blockchain.com/it/btc/address/1HwhUcZBXVAu2LyHRpYAGeZ4A4xSZEFTkP

Code:
1HwhUcZBXVAu2LyHRpYAGeZ4A4xSZEFTkP



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February 07, 2019, 05:09:18 PM
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Such transaction can be done with any wallet with address/coin control. As long as multiple addresses is used on a transaction, most likely those address owned by same person (unless it's CoinJoin transaction)

Transaction analysis and tracking would be easier with visualization library though

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February 07, 2019, 06:55:11 PM
Last edit: February 07, 2019, 09:10:44 PM by coinlocket$
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Such transaction can be done with any wallet with address/coin control. As long as multiple addresses is used on a transaction, most likely those address owned by same person (unless it's CoinJoin transaction)

Transaction analysis and tracking would be easier with visualization library though

Now I'm thinking and I've just realized that you can do with electrum too, you can create an infinite number of wallets, and use one address for every wallet and trash the rest of them.

Btw I close this thread and so far


Code:
1NjNfKnGVBBJPPB24J4AB6g1pGproCGmVY
1HbDcBD4eeizifSidLneYqmbFeD4k1M9ei

17KA5eB8spKBY7Yfh5o7h8qnpQBQiF9eKo
1CpgoT9XoKuhvBfpgg6yEMDakxmMHRXf4m
12QvhhUdaDhiDmtAmMEoH2AwsUJpdZ7ZHz
19gKu1HiX1projZYQsvkyv67VWbVspNN7s
18Ji2d8HFawojQd5eFTg3ECMhiV1UmD9pg
1G9SjC4QSVQHJDXPAb2YJJManPJ6nDu1dE
1P6bUgE6kJnJ7Z4ogHNNWFAMemG6hDtuxU
1GuCZQ2aKrnfxiuvn5UCaYR4o4oeTBYJCC
1534UdZiqvHkqPovHMZCQoimaDPLd5tCMC
1LeDNAFo91xdgPPYo5Y9QowJTMdMAvHJNz
17ZzakHt5ZajwCYSx9MNZVFrWdDHVm8ycW
12UFZ9miy72GAPNfUwgbaHbWRLZLdK3Rqu
1NpBGCFA7aqqfLXKn32srerzenoQdoUj2x
1GMnpv2r7KsjpXDnjLVkqc9tqZN2TmcMt4
12rnots9hvGvix4Bfvqtgrofs3c1o8merw
1CohRzMShwrZjQLkRvwWxvPMTdimDvm4gm
16qTWmqCfsw8XPCa1paYCaVD43bwVd3Evq
1HT88jEC6cgEX5hsYpnBJ239AxNB77pvgf
1PKsak7ewneWSmci7appRHbi7BuU91uFEe
16NyWTqrqSVMBpuQJHzCxfMYp3whcc89r1
151N2UeiuS58FWQ2tUfcbGQe6PrFa5zXAr
1G4m228A5QrpjM5L8QG4RzUpQrk5e69PS6
1NVd4Lqj1dEL5K1XVbyUxHmZre7QNXKKFg
1F4NsCkdgi78U9eLD6Pno7j6mzxvTUWZnM
1AM2KvrGCCv6LDkuNcaFZLttjToTPLfN9v
16Loj3bJU7s2dKrqXDecpF55uzeTxEkMam
1LL6ZvmvUCMNfRSXa9fdCzGEgkZakYNdka
1L5gUBVPJ4EooBgxxE9Ckpp6hKoCmTe1M8
1C9LJsstPmzXudJ57RV5V2HTizwG283588
1KM2KyEyyE7zFXAYjVdNyjduWXM1jsPH6f
1DEE8f73uqh29ZGWLWsqR2J52A93T3KMET
1EVpD2QhWgTq1z6D7kMGbvd3bddDebBhu2
1Pf66f3Ki8FbxCfH1xMLB4GwntqE552Pqd
1PzXFQAgmEtyY6mrcWPaNphiFu1VGMnfra
144STinCCwEfPcxbadhpnryunx1y2X1nvh
1275TSSAP4d9wK8rDay9QS3GFq4Lujw97T
1o9KRNKwfz6GFnt26TXNwn4T9nSdd5B2T

1HesaFHAkTJEY3X3ppCu2E7o8bGgMN4SXQ seems almost a "pretty addy"




Nevermind is still not clear to me how you can create a wallet inside a wallet.

38 Accounts connected

nigol, ginsungj, camilacamic, sorinsoche, romariobenn, sitakuy, lauranutu, sisusis, tudorjur, xenalop, vascojill, klausslass, robertrob, monicamac, carmeniohha, voasipetre, giorgiooh, vioreltet, dragosion, nelucuc, florinsalasa, costello, andreipuppi, raduon, mirceahint, victorbanu, roxanaroxy, laviniasandu, emiloprea, teodorlup, nicolaegut, georgella, paulpaulpo, marilenaman, gabrielmr, simonaoana, Alberalina, Florintanu, Ancaana.


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2544574.msg49633490#msg49633490

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February 08, 2019, 04:55:00 AM
Last edit: February 08, 2019, 08:56:18 AM by Avirunes
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Nevermind is still not clear to me how you can create a wallet inside a wallet.

I think what you don't know here is how Walletexplorer identifies addresses and link addresses. Supposedly I have an address A and address B in same wallet. Walletexplorer won't identify unless if I use inputs from both addresses(A & B) in one transaction.


Examples:



5 inputs from different addresses being used in one transaction and it links them as one wallet (check Sender) in wallet explorer.


Now if one uses inputs from different addresses into one transaction then it would prove that user owns both the addresses and thats how Walletexplorer connects two addresses.



Explanation to your case

In your case, the abuser didn't used those all inputs in one transaction that is why it doesn't identifies it under the same wallet and gives them a different wallet identifier.

Even if they have all addresses under the same wallet in their wallet client. Walletexplorer would only join them on the basis of multiple inputs from different address in a transaction.


I have these addresses in same wallet:



now if you check them in wallet explorer:

[1] 1M7tF1x755ZVGDhnxFsihjbsQ9Y5o4hKnf has this wallet identifier : 5f6d6e04fe40ac77
[2] 1ESRQXBjqKGJ3Ab6nZFe2DamubR96FvkPL has this: a2f099555f
[3] 1Jjng2okreb2jDbvcPDdhD3HxZJVTSBAgw has this: 4fc0ecaaeb
[4] 14zWdxyV3NqEtSkwuyGJW94BhDq3dF9bLy has this: 359cc7650e

All different because I haven't joined them in any of my transactions but yet I happen to have them in same wallet.



ETFbitcoin also explained the same thing. PM me anytime if you have further questions Smiley

(I was unaware of CoinJoin earlier and now I have understood and it is completely different so I have edited and omitted errors as I made in this post.)

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February 08, 2019, 10:32:17 AM
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Ty now is very clear and I can close this thread, will tag abusers today.

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