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September 11, 2014, 03:08:07 PM
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"Someone" on an onion forum? What onion forum? And you used to be "in to" Bytecoin, yet google for them when you used to be into them via darkweb channels.


I meant to say Bitcoin. I spent a lot of time on Tor4chan - 95% sure it was on there.

This story just gets dumber and less believable.

Whatever.
I think I'll find another forum!
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September 11, 2014, 03:17:02 PM
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Surely there will be a Bytecoin community member willing to help you. * Whatever you do don't dump those bad boys on the exchanges*

I hope so.

I checked the price on an exchange - I don't think I'll be buying a yaht!

I am wondering if my keys file is not the same name as the wallet name - is there a way to find out or is it the file name that determines the wallet name? I found an old diary with some of my old passwords I used to use a lot so that would help with a brute force attack.
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September 11, 2014, 03:18:26 PM
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"Someone" on an onion forum? What onion forum? And you used to be "in to" Bytecoin, yet google for them when you used to be into them via darkweb channels.


I meant to say Bitcoin. I spent a lot of time on Tor4chan - 95% sure it was on there.


And there just someone posted a new crypto currency that no one had heard of before or since.

Who sent you this and why? Was it a publicly posted? Did they refer to a website? Where did you download it from?

I think Monero (XMR) is very interesting.
https://moneroeconomy.com/faq/why-monero-matters
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September 11, 2014, 03:34:04 PM
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Surely there will be a Bytecoin community member willing to help you. * Whatever you do don't dump those bad boys on the exchanges*

I hope so.

I checked the price on an exchange - I don't think I'll be buying a yaht!

I am wondering if my keys file is not the same name as the wallet name - is there a way to find out or is it the file name that determines the wallet name? I found an old diary with some of my old passwords I used to use a lot so that would help with a brute force attack.

According to your claims you have around 100 million BCN that translates to BTC2200 = $1 million.

I reckon you should offer a nice generous bounty to the one who helps you unlock your wallet.

That's not correct. There is over 100 billion BCN in existence and the total market cap is 2.8m$

I think Monero (XMR) is very interesting.
https://moneroeconomy.com/faq/why-monero-matters
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September 11, 2014, 03:41:43 PM
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Surely there will be a Bytecoin community member willing to help you. * Whatever you do don't dump those bad boys on the exchanges*

I hope so.

I checked the price on an exchange - I don't think I'll be buying a yaht!

I am wondering if my keys file is not the same name as the wallet name - is there a way to find out or is it the file name that determines the wallet name? I found an old diary with some of my old passwords I used to use a lot so that would help with a brute force attack.

According to your claims you have around 100 million BCN that translates to BTC2200 = $1 million.

I reckon you should offer a nice generous bounty to the one who helps you unlock your wallet.

That's not correct. There is over 100 billion BCN in existence and the total market cap is 2.8m$

yes 100 000 000 x0.00000004 = 4btc

worth having but not life changing

and yes you need to put in the key file name as the wallwt name i.e bcn.address = bcn
so.....
wallet:bcn
password:.....
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September 11, 2014, 03:45:09 PM
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According to your claims you have around 100 million BCN that translates to BTC2200 = $1 million.

I reckon you should offer a nice generous bounty to the one who helps you unlock your wallet.

After nearly suffering heart failure I rechecked - I reckon it's $100.

Don't do that to me, man!  Sad
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September 11, 2014, 03:47:03 PM
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According to your claims you have around 100 million BCN that translates to BTC2200 = $1 million.

I reckon you should offer a nice generous bounty to the one who helps you unlock your wallet.

After nearly suffering heart failure I rechecked - I reckon it's $100.

Don't do that to me, man!  Sad


My bad sorry, it is 4 BTC at best lol

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September 11, 2014, 03:53:13 PM
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Your story makes me remember this user:

He also did lost is password.

Hello all. I haven't been here for a while so I saw your BCN thread for the first time yesterday evening. You know what? It seems to me I had been mining Bytecoin in 2012.

I was at Bitcoin London Conf in 2012 and went to have a beer with friends to the nearest pub last evening. I met a guy there (don't remember his name. something like Jeff or John, maybe).
He told me about ring signatures and mentioned something about CryptoNote. I felt interested and tried to ask him for more details. He was with a company too(10 or 12 people meetup) so our conversation was rather short. We chatted a bit and he gave me a card with .onion website address. He said it would be a currency of the future and I had to mine it.

Another thing i just stumbled on is they mentioned a meeting somewhere in London around Sept. 2012. Around the same time there was a Bitcoin Conference in the same city.

https://sites.google.com/a/bitcoin2012.com/homepage/speakers

It was mentioned before, sounds legit. Jeff Garzik anyone?

Jeff Garzik? Maybe, I don't remember. But doesn't look like a guy.

Old community army is coming at us? Lol.

So, been mining much in 2012?

I used to mine with my old laptop. Difficulty wasn't that high and I used to find blocks rather regularly. So I did around 100M for a week, but I saw no reason to mine further since I knew no places
to spend it. Also I didn't know where it came from and where it would be.

This is the last post of this user. Never again is been activ, very strange IMO.

I don't have the .onion address. But it looked similar to the one mentioned earlier.
And as I have already told I have the wallet keys files, but nothing else.

What's so weird about mining on laptop?

UPD: Here's the file if you want to have a look https://anonfiles.com/file/a6a540eeb9b5fb8be89460951457a9fb



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September 11, 2014, 04:02:08 PM
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Yeah, looks like the scammers/trolls trying to add to the story.

I think Monero (XMR) is very interesting.
https://moneroeconomy.com/faq/why-monero-matters
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September 11, 2014, 04:07:21 PM
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Your story makes me remember this user:

He also did lost is password.

Hello all. I haven't been here for a while so I saw your BCN thread for the first time yesterday evening. You know what? It seems to me I had been mining Bytecoin in 2012.

I was at Bitcoin London Conf in 2012 and went to have a beer with friends to the nearest pub last evening. I met a guy there (don't remember his name. something like Jeff or John, maybe).
He told me about ring signatures and mentioned something about CryptoNote. I felt interested and tried to ask him for more details. He was with a company too(10 or 12 people meetup) so our conversation was rather short. We chatted a bit and he gave me a card with .onion website address. He said it would be a currency of the future and I had to mine it.

Another thing i just stumbled on is they mentioned a meeting somewhere in London around Sept. 2012. Around the same time there was a Bitcoin Conference in the same city.

https://sites.google.com/a/bitcoin2012.com/homepage/speakers

It was mentioned before, sounds legit. Jeff Garzik anyone?

Jeff Garzik? Maybe, I don't remember. But doesn't look like a guy.

Old community army is coming at us? Lol.

So, been mining much in 2012?

I used to mine with my old laptop. Difficulty wasn't that high and I used to find blocks rather regularly. So I did around 100M for a week, but I saw no reason to mine further since I knew no places
to spend it. Also I didn't know where it came from and where it would be.

This is the last post of this user. Never again is been activ, very strange IMO.

I don't have the .onion address. But it looked similar to the one mentioned earlier.
And as I have already told I have the wallet keys files, but nothing else.

What's so weird about mining on laptop?

UPD: Here's the file if you want to have a look https://anonfiles.com/file/a6a540eeb9b5fb8be89460951457a9fb




That is interesting. Did he ever get into his wallet as far as you know?

Unfortunately I didn't go to the Bitcoin conference (Wish I had but was working) - however I am UK based. I did hear about the conference at the time but I couldn't tell you if it was related to the daemon/wallet link on the forum - can't remember!

I also mined on my Stinkpad X60 - however I was mining at least 6 weeks before I lost interest. The mining slowed to a crawl and I didn't bother after that. Plus I lost the tails habit.  Sad
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September 11, 2014, 04:23:00 PM
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Your story makes me remember this user:

He also did lost is password.

Hello all. I haven't been here for a while so I saw your BCN thread for the first time yesterday evening. You know what? It seems to me I had been mining Bytecoin in 2012.

I was at Bitcoin London Conf in 2012 and went to have a beer with friends to the nearest pub last evening. I met a guy there (don't remember his name. something like Jeff or John, maybe).
He told me about ring signatures and mentioned something about CryptoNote. I felt interested and tried to ask him for more details. He was with a company too(10 or 12 people meetup) so our conversation was rather short. We chatted a bit and he gave me a card with .onion website address. He said it would be a currency of the future and I had to mine it.

Another thing i just stumbled on is they mentioned a meeting somewhere in London around Sept. 2012. Around the same time there was a Bitcoin Conference in the same city.

https://sites.google.com/a/bitcoin2012.com/homepage/speakers

It was mentioned before, sounds legit. Jeff Garzik anyone?

Jeff Garzik? Maybe, I don't remember. But doesn't look like a guy.

Old community army is coming at us? Lol.

So, been mining much in 2012?

I used to mine with my old laptop. Difficulty wasn't that high and I used to find blocks rather regularly. So I did around 100M for a week, but I saw no reason to mine further since I knew no places
to spend it. Also I didn't know where it came from and where it would be.

This is the last post of this user. Never again is been activ, very strange IMO.

I don't have the .onion address. But it looked similar to the one mentioned earlier.
And as I have already told I have the wallet keys files, but nothing else.

What's so weird about mining on laptop?

UPD: Here's the file if you want to have a look https://anonfiles.com/file/a6a540eeb9b5fb8be89460951457a9fb




That is interesting. Did he ever get into his wallet as far as you know?

Unfortunately I didn't go to the Bitcoin conference (Wish I had but was working) - however I am UK based. I did hear about the conference at the time but I couldn't tell you if it was related to the daemon/wallet link on the forum - can't remember!

I also mined on my Stinkpad X60 - however I was mining at least 6 weeks before I lost interest. The mining slowed to a crawl and I didn't bother after that. Plus I lost the tails habit.  Sad

i don't know, this was is last post, you can check it in his profile.
But you gotta show us some indisputable proof that you start to mine BCN in 2012 to end this suspicion.

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September 11, 2014, 09:58:51 PM
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Bytecoin has been added to voting!
http://vcfundamentals.com/voting.php
I voted because of BCN, but the VCF pages are full of advertisements. I do not like it. ... and the voting system is stupid you can vote many times. Why to pay for more votes? Realy strange project the VCF.

Well, I rather agree with you that the project is really strange. I voted too as it was not difficult to vote for my favorite coin  Smiley
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September 12, 2014, 04:35:24 AM
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Your story makes me remember this user:

He also did lost is password.

Hello all. I haven't been here for a while so I saw your BCN thread for the first time yesterday evening. You know what? It seems to me I had been mining Bytecoin in 2012.

I was at Bitcoin London Conf in 2012 and went to have a beer with friends to the nearest pub last evening. I met a guy there (don't remember his name. something like Jeff or John, maybe).
He told me about ring signatures and mentioned something about CryptoNote. I felt interested and tried to ask him for more details. He was with a company too(10 or 12 people meetup) so our conversation was rather short. We chatted a bit and he gave me a card with .onion website address. He said it would be a currency of the future and I had to mine it.

Another thing i just stumbled on is they mentioned a meeting somewhere in London around Sept. 2012. Around the same time there was a Bitcoin Conference in the same city.

https://sites.google.com/a/bitcoin2012.com/homepage/speakers

It was mentioned before, sounds legit. Jeff Garzik anyone?

Jeff Garzik? Maybe, I don't remember. But doesn't look like a guy.

Old community army is coming at us? Lol.

So, been mining much in 2012?

I used to mine with my old laptop. Difficulty wasn't that high and I used to find blocks rather regularly. So I did around 100M for a week, but I saw no reason to mine further since I knew no places
to spend it. Also I didn't know where it came from and where it would be.

This is the last post of this user. Never again is been activ, very strange IMO.

I don't have the .onion address. But it looked similar to the one mentioned earlier.
And as I have already told I have the wallet keys files, but nothing else.

What's so weird about mining on laptop?

UPD: Here's the file if you want to have a look https://anonfiles.com/file/a6a540eeb9b5fb8be89460951457a9fb




That is interesting. Did he ever get into his wallet as far as you know?

Unfortunately I didn't go to the Bitcoin conference (Wish I had but was working) - however I am UK based. I did hear about the conference at the time but I couldn't tell you if it was related to the daemon/wallet link on the forum - can't remember!

I also mined on my Stinkpad X60 - however I was mining at least 6 weeks before I lost interest. The mining slowed to a crawl and I didn't bother after that. Plus I lost the tails habit.  Sad

i don't know, this was is last post, you can check it in his profile.
But you gotta show us some indisputable proof that you start to mine BCN in 2012 to end this suspicion.


Yep, in the net you should have evidence that confirms your words, otherwise nobody will trust you

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September 12, 2014, 09:07:48 AM
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Yep, in the net you should have evidence that confirms your words, otherwise nobody will trust you

True, true. Having said that - yesterday I was mainly looking in the BTC forums but today, I spent some time in the Alternative section.

ROFL - Fear, uncertainty and doubt doesn't even come into it! Add to that paranoia, trolling and manipulation. All this over a few quid here and there. After all, I (hopefully) have 100M BCN and that only amounts to $100-$200.- it should be a hobby or a fun thing??? I'm only an hour in - has there been some kind of Mt. Gox scandal in here? Did somebody die?  Shocked
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September 12, 2014, 08:04:36 PM
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 Wink

http://www.coinssource.com/keeping-it-quiet-cryptonote-special-conclusion-part-3-of-3/

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September 12, 2014, 08:22:44 PM
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Yep, in the net you should have evidence that confirms your words, otherwise nobody will trust you

True, true. Having said that - yesterday I was mainly looking in the BTC forums but today, I spent some time in the Alternative section.

ROFL - Fear, uncertainty and doubt doesn't even come into it! Add to that paranoia, trolling and manipulation. All this over a few quid here and there. After all, I (hopefully) have 100M BCN and that only amounts to $100-$200.- it should be a hobby or a fun thing??? I'm only an hour in - has there been some kind of Mt. Gox scandal in here? Did somebody die?  Shocked

BCN was exposed as an 80% premined scamcoin.
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September 12, 2014, 08:54:38 PM
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Yep, in the net you should have evidence that confirms your words, otherwise nobody will trust you

True, true. Having said that - yesterday I was mainly looking in the BTC forums but today, I spent some time in the Alternative section.

ROFL - Fear, uncertainty and doubt doesn't even come into it! Add to that paranoia, trolling and manipulation. All this over a few quid here and there. After all, I (hopefully) have 100M BCN and that only amounts to $100-$200.- it should be a hobby or a fun thing??? I'm only an hour in - has there been some kind of Mt. Gox scandal in here? Did somebody die?  Shocked

It is quite simply what he said. Only evidence matters. Talk is cheap.

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BCN was exposed as an 80% premined scamcoin.

That is a large premine!  Shocked Are you saying it is a scamcoin because of the premine or is there another scam?  Smiley Maybe I should start reading through this (extremely big) thread.
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September 13, 2014, 08:05:26 AM
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BCN was exposed as an 80% premined scamcoin.

That is a large premine!  Shocked Are you saying it is a scamcoin because of the premine or is there another scam?  Smiley Maybe I should start reading through this (extremely big) thread.

Do not read this thread it does not worth. If you want to know more inforamation go to http://bytecoin.org/ on the top right part you have icons to http://bytecoiner.org/ (there is summary of BCN development in the time), try reddit http://www.reddit.com/r/BytecoinBCN/.

Take your own point of view.

I like Bytecoin (BCN). BYTECOIN.ORG the best to mine with MinerGate
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Your story makes me remember this user:

He also did lost is password.

Hello all. I haven't been here for a while so I saw your BCN thread for the first time yesterday evening. You know what? It seems to me I had been mining Bytecoin in 2012.

I was at Bitcoin London Conf in 2012 and went to have a beer with friends to the nearest pub last evening. I met a guy there (don't remember his name. something like Jeff or John, maybe).
He told me about ring signatures and mentioned something about CryptoNote. I felt interested and tried to ask him for more details. He was with a company too(10 or 12 people meetup) so our conversation was rather short. We chatted a bit and he gave me a card with .onion website address. He said it would be a currency of the future and I had to mine it.

Another thing i just stumbled on is they mentioned a meeting somewhere in London around Sept. 2012. Around the same time there was a Bitcoin Conference in the same city.

https://sites.google.com/a/bitcoin2012.com/homepage/speakers

It was mentioned before, sounds legit. Jeff Garzik anyone?

Jeff Garzik? Maybe, I don't remember. But doesn't look like a guy.

Old community army is coming at us? Lol.

So, been mining much in 2012?

I used to mine with my old laptop. Difficulty wasn't that high and I used to find blocks rather regularly. So I did around 100M for a week, but I saw no reason to mine further since I knew no places
to spend it. Also I didn't know where it came from and where it would be.

This is the last post of this user. Never again is been activ, very strange IMO.

I don't have the .onion address. But it looked similar to the one mentioned earlier.
And as I have already told I have the wallet keys files, but nothing else.

What's so weird about mining on laptop?

UPD: Here's the file if you want to have a look https://anonfiles.com/file/a6a540eeb9b5fb8be89460951457a9fb




but in the BCN blockchain, ther actually is a link to this tweet from September 2012:
https://twitter.com/unSYSTEM2013/status/243726820984369153 post during that time.
Also locations of the meetings were post in the blockchain, see http://www.coinssource.com/the-mysteries-and-puzzles-behind-the-cryptonote-technology/


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