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June 24, 2019, 03:52:31 AM
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Forgot my wallet info back in 2017 before the BCH split. I used coinb.in as my wallet provider. I would give 60% to the cracker when successful, and I take 40%. Only reason I ask is because I see some interesting threads on here where people b cracking wallets. The wallet contains .309 bitcoin, .309 bitcoin cash, and .309 bitcoin gold, which = a total value of $3298+$144+$9 or $3451. Cracker would be looking at approx $2,000 of legal cash
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June 24, 2019, 04:06:57 AM
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 Do you know your bitcoin address you can look it up on blockchain.com. If you have your private key still you can recover your coins. Just go to electrum.org them copy it in electrum and you should be able to get it. Let me know if you need help and if you get it send me the reward.
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Maybe you can look at this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4453897.0. Or contact the man himself, BitCrack. Goodluck!!!.

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June 24, 2019, 05:53:54 AM
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Well, Coinb.in is not going to help you, because their services function within your browser. What information can you provide to the person that would be helping you? <Passwords you usually use for sites like this or do you use unique passwords for every site?>

Did you not get 12 or 24 "Seed" words when you created the account for the first time? It is much easier to restore the wallet with those words and you do not need someone else to do that for you, if you can find it.  Wink


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June 24, 2019, 06:54:14 AM
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I don't think that's possible if you just forget about your seed wallet. If people here are able to do it, surely they have hacked into someone else's wallet.
Looks like this time you have to give away your money, or you can search for your seed or private wallet key, you might find it in several places.

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June 24, 2019, 07:14:42 AM
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I would give 60% to the cracker when successful, and I take 40%.

I think that the best choice is to try by yourself. That's because:
1. you may know/remember/try some ideas related to the password which others may not know.
2. if you give the file away, there's a good chance that some people will tell they couldn't crack it, but actually, after a while, steal all those coins.

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June 24, 2019, 07:31:06 AM
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Do you know your bitcoin address you can look it up on blockchain.com. If you have your private key still you can recover your coins. Just go to electrum.org them copy it in electrum and you should be able to get it. Let me know if you need help and if you get it send me the reward.

Here is my address 194ZzWvFiRkigvDqYebfwg4GaJKj56YB7e. I transferred funds from 1-wallet(call it W/a) to that-1(call it W/b), saved keys, but come to find out I saved keys for W/a not W/b Sad. So technically I never had the priv key.   
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June 24, 2019, 07:46:28 AM
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So technically I never had the priv key.   

Then technically you burned those coins and you can safely find better things to do than "crack the wallet". Sorry, but without any info it's not feasible to even try that.

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June 24, 2019, 07:55:49 AM
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I would give 60% to the cracker when successful, and I take 40%.

I think that the best choice is to try by yourself. That's because:
1. you may know/remember/try some ideas related to the password which others may not know.
2. if you give the file away, there's a good chance that some people will tell they couldn't crack it, but actually, after a while, steal all those coins.
Coinb.in uses email/password combo. Email can be anything (wowifu**edup@yessir.spam) for example. I use random stuff and never repeat. I tried writing down every possible email and password I could think of back in 2017 and passed it off to walletdave via reddit with no luck(it was two pages long). I will never remember what it is. There is no file, no seed words. Coinb uses email+pass+salt then hashes that stuff up a few times to create the keys in browser, and saves none of it. Only way is a good brute force method. In response to your second point; I would only trust "known" individuals, liquidating the wallet without my consent is a crime (not that there are no ways around that fact), if the person/s were to choose that route, I can't spend the coins anyway so at least someone would b able to.
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June 24, 2019, 08:21:22 AM
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So technically I never had the priv key.   

Then technically you burned those coins and you can safely find better things to do than "crack the wallet". Sorry, but without any info it's not feasible to even try that.
If it was not feasible this thread would not be here= https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4453897.0.
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June 24, 2019, 12:46:12 PM
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Here is my address 194ZzWvFiRkigvDqYebfwg4GaJKj56YB7e. I transferred funds from 1-wallet(call it W/a) to that-1(call it W/b), saved keys, but come to find out I saved keys for W/a not W/b Sad. So technically I never had the priv key.   

Just forget these coins. It's almost impossible to recover your private key. Moreover, you never sent coins from this Bitcoin address, therefore even Pollard method will be useless in this case.

I looked at your Bitcoin address and found that this transaction has a high fee (107 satoshi per byte):
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/f320a168b9b45de5316dfad5dfc55a1b82245d6d80e6ce7e6435041e7a0f307e

I guess you didn't use Bitcoin Core that would definitely save all your private keys on the hard drive.

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June 24, 2019, 01:27:31 PM
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Maybe you can look at this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4453897.0. Or contact the man himself, BitCrack. Goodluck!!!.

How can he recover this wallet, I can't understand. Is he using PC's data for recovering? If someone crack my wallet then there is no security in here! I don't think someone capable of this.

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Here is my address 194ZzWvFiRkigvDqYebfwg4GaJKj56YB7e. I transferred funds from 1-wallet(call it W/a) to that-1(call it W/b), saved keys, but come to find out I saved keys for W/a not W/b Sad. So technically I never had the priv key.   

Just forget these coins. It's almost impossible to recover your private key. Moreover, you never sent coins from this Bitcoin address, therefore even Pollard method will be useless in this case.

I looked at your Bitcoin address and found that this transaction has a high fee (107 satoshi per byte):
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/f320a168b9b45de5316dfad5dfc55a1b82245d6d80e6ce7e6435041e7a0f307e

I guess you didn't use Bitcoin Core that would definitely save all your private keys on the hard drive.

That was during the time tx were not being picked up if you were being cheap with tx fee. I agree with your point on forgetting about the coins, I have for the most part, but don't hurt to check on'm every so often, just in-case someone found a new way to crack the code. I appreciate the words my man
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