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January 09, 2021, 10:40:56 AM
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How plausible is it that someone will come to a public forum to create an account for the first time in hopes of finding the support they need?
I'd say that's quite plausible: Bitcointalk is still the place to go to for these kinds of things. I'd rather see a new user with a question about lost Bitcoin than thousands of new users spamming altcoin bounties.

I guess you're right about that. I don't have anything against topics like this. It could prove helpful to someone with a similar issue. I'm just saying that in cases like these, one should approach this with a great deal of caution. If it's too good to be true... But like I said, I'm probably too skeptical. Wink

It would probably be helpful for the OP to mention what he's been trying to do so far. Has he contacted blockchain.com's customer support? Does he have private keys or backup phrases saved? Did he try to import them somewhere? It should not be overlooked that there is also a significant amount of forkcoins at these addresses.




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January 09, 2021, 10:48:55 AM
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How plausible is it that someone will come to a public forum to create an account for the first time in hopes of finding the support they need?
I'd say that's quite plausible: Bitcointalk is still the place to go to for these kinds of things. I'd rather see a new user with a question about lost Bitcoin than thousands of new users spamming altcoin bounties.

I guess you're right about that. I don't have anything against topics like this. It could prove helpful to someone with a similar issue. I'm just saying that in cases like these, one should approach this with a great deal of caution. If it's too good to be true... But like I said, I'm probably too skeptical. Wink

It would probably be helpful for the OP to mention what he's been trying to do so far. Has he contacted blockchain.com's customer support? Does he have private keys or backup phrases saved? Did he try to import them somewhere? It should not be overlooked that there is also a significant amount of forkcoins at these addresses.

I follow your scepticism, always be aware of things like these. They attract you in a way that you might lose some red flags while communicating.

One other possibility is that this person has created a new user account for hiding his/her/x identity.

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January 09, 2021, 10:53:15 AM
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I'm just saying that in cases like these, one should approach this with a great deal of caution. If it's too good to be true... But like I said, I'm probably too skeptical. Wink
If you're talking about the reward-part: I just ignore that, and it's not necessary to get help on Bitcointalk anyway. From what I've seen, most of the time reward-promises aren't honored. But I have seen cases from happy users who did give a reward (usually without promising it first).

And yes, offering a $200,000 reward for an answer to an online question is rediculous Tongue If anything, it leads to the wrong answers from people who don't know what they're talking about.

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January 09, 2021, 02:53:01 PM
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I'm just saying that in cases like these, one should approach this with a great deal of caution. If it's too good to be true... But like I said, I'm probably too skeptical. Wink
If you're talking about the reward-part: I just ignore that, and it's not necessary to get help on Bitcointalk anyway. From what I've seen, most of the time reward-promises aren't honored. But I have seen cases from happy users who did give a reward (usually without promising it first).
It happened to me several times. In fact, I have a topic about it: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5295408.0

Once a user sent me $65 worth of bitcoin for solving an issue. And the latest one was 0.015 BTC tip from a user who was able to recover 0.9+ BTC in his wallet. But none of the time I was not expecting anything.

Truth is - most probably all of us here are not sharing information with the hope of any reward. We just know that we are helping the bitcoin community. However, if something is coming up as a by product then nothing is wrong.

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January 09, 2021, 04:00:58 PM
Last edit: January 10, 2021, 11:26:57 AM by mprep
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Hello All,


     So I created a wallet in 2013 on blockchain.info which I deposited 100 BTC into. At the time Blockchain.info did not require an email address or any other type of identifying info. Blockchain.info used an alias identifier to recover the wallet ID. I was gone for 7 years and when I returned blockchain.info is now blockchain.com and noone there seems to know anything about an alias identifier. I still remember my alias identifier and my password. I am offering a 5 BTC reward (assuming I can find the missing BTC) for anyone who can help me obtain the wallet identifier.

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https://www.territoriobitcoin.com/recuperar-una-wallet-no-hd-de-blockchain-info/



Do you know what your private key is, or the seed? If the answer is yes, it is very easy to recover your BTC

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January 11, 2021, 12:19:26 PM
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Hello All,


     So I created a wallet in 2013 on blockchain.info which I deposited 100 BTC into. At the time Blockchain.info did not require an email address or any other type of identifying info. Blockchain.info used an alias identifier to recover the wallet ID. I was gone for 7 years and when I returned blockchain.info is now blockchain.com and noone there seems to know anything about an alias identifier. I still remember my alias identifier and my password. I am offering a 5 BTC reward (assuming I can find the missing BTC) for anyone who can help me obtain the wallet identifier.

Matt

https://www.territoriobitcoin.com/recuperar-una-wallet-no-hd-de-blockchain-info/



Do you know what your private key is, or the seed? If the answer is yes, it is very easy to recover your BTC

[moderator's note: consecutive posts merged]
Please read carefully the OP statement cause theres no private keys and seed integration in the blockchain wallet when the OP created his wallet back in the year 2013. However, theres no cause for alarm for it something the OP can do by himself through https://login.blockchain.com/#/login or download the mobile version of the wallet click the sign in link and select manual pairing where he only needs the wallet ID and password to access the wallet.

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January 11, 2021, 07:27:04 PM
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Hello All,


     So I created a wallet in 2013 on blockchain.info which I deposited 100 BTC into. At the time Blockchain.info did not require an email address or any other type of identifying info. Blockchain.info used an alias identifier to recover the wallet ID. I was gone for 7 years and when I returned blockchain.info is now blockchain.com and noone there seems to know anything about an alias identifier. I still remember my alias identifier and my password. I am offering a 5 BTC reward (assuming I can find the missing BTC) for anyone who can help me obtain the wallet identifier.

Matt
@Mattgillum Have you tried contacting someone from the support of blockchain.info? It seems that a user made a warning regarding the service using an alias - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1460080.0

Supposedly you could try to use your alias to gain access to your BTC provided you knew the password. I've just tried myself but I always landed on blockchain.com website.

Another user reported, around 2013, that trying the link using the previous mentioned trick wouldn't work and he was only able to access using the explicit wallet identifier - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=320731.0

But, digging deeper in the forum I might have found something that could help you : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=305625.0

Here's the important quote from someone that received a reply from the Support of Blockchain regarding regaining usage of their account :

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Hello, [name]! If you received the "Insecure Alias" error, then it is because aliases will no longer work for wallets which have no email account associated with them. This has been implemented as an extra security measure, and I'm sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. If you do not know what your wallet identifier is, then we can help you recover it. We need at least two of the following to find your wallet identifier - your alias, the email address you used to create the wallet, or the IP address you used to create your wallet. As a last resort we may be able to track down your identifier if you provide your password and the date you created your account. Thanks!

Scroll down the post and you'll also see this :

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Yes, please open a ticket at https://blockchain.zendesk.com/ including your alias.

If you are able to get some information that they ask (probably the alias and the IP address used) then you are on to get a Tesla (ahah). The last entry of the thread says that the user was able to recover his investment so perhaps you can as well Smiley

Let us know if you have any luck with it. Best of luck!

Looking for ways to contribute positively for the community and earn Merit? Check out my thread : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5314054
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Last edit: January 23, 2021, 03:33:35 AM by mapleleaffan_09
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Are you very technical?

I am not 100% sure, but it looks like you may be able to setup an install on linux an old version of blockchain that is hosted on github, it looks like it supports logging in using your alias and password to load you wallet.

https://github.com/blockchain/unused-My-Wallet  It seems to be hidden on thier github, but i found it through the web archive website.

I installed a copy on ubuntu but didnt have time to get by some https errors i was having, but from what i can tell there is a chance it could work.

If you are not technical, then whoever helps you could certainly run away with all of your coins.

I was going to PM you but it appears as though you blocked newbie accounts.  I had a bitcointalk account back in 2014 but it was locked after a breach and i just tried to get it re-activated today.
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January 23, 2021, 07:48:25 AM
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Hello All,


     So I created a wallet in 2013 on blockchain.info which I deposited 100 BTC into. At the time Blockchain.info did not require an email address or any other type of identifying info. Blockchain.info used an alias identifier to recover the wallet ID. I was gone for 7 years and when I returned blockchain.info is now blockchain.com and noone there seems to know anything about an alias identifier. I still remember my alias identifier and my password. I am offering a 5 BTC reward (assuming I can find the missing BTC) for anyone who can help me obtain the wallet identifier.

Matt

Hi Matt,

blockchain.info used their own mnemonic to save the wallet ID/identifier and password that was a sequence of 15-21 words. (They did not use 12 words until 2015/2016)

That sequence will include your login id and password. Maybe you can search for wallet.aes.json files on your drive (they did send out backup wallets in 2013) and or if you have any mail from support. Their email address back then was wallet@blockchain.info

You can read about some steps we did in recovering a really old 2013 blockchain.info wallet like yours a week ago.

Link here: https://keychainx.medium.com/how-to-recover-blockchain-info-15-17-19-21-mnemonic-seed-8691cb59425

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Hello All,


     So I created a wallet in 2013 on blockchain.info which I deposited 100 BTC into. At the time Blockchain.info did not require an email address or any other type of identifying info. Blockchain.info used an alias identifier to recover the wallet ID. I was gone for 7 years and when I returned blockchain.info is now blockchain.com and noone there seems to know anything about an alias identifier. I still remember my alias identifier and my password. I am offering a 5 BTC reward (assuming I can find the missing BTC) for anyone who can help me obtain the wallet identifier.

Matt
Hi Matt
 They still have it pls check following link
https://login.blockchain.com/#/login
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That's the latest login page   Undecided
What he has is the "alias" which is different from the "wallet ID" (read the replies in page 1 to know what is it).

Or you've just pasted the wrong link?

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Do you still have the computer you've used back in 2013? If you do, search for wallet.aes.json file. It is an encrypted file that has your private and public keys, and you can restore your wallet with these keys. The file itself is encrypted with the password that you've created in blockchain.info, and the file can be decrypted with scripts that you can find online, like this one - https://gist.github.com/fcicq/3368495
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January 26, 2021, 07:02:45 PM
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Let's say for a moment that the OP is telling the truth and that it actually owns a forgotten wallet with a 100 BTC balance.
It's worth around $4 million at the current market! How plausible is it that someone will come to a public forum to create an account for the first time in hopes of finding the support they need?

I don't know, I may be too skeptical, but this kind of looks like a letter from a Nigerian prince.  Grin


Completely plausible, happens a lot more than you think... and always comes about when bitcoin is at the record breaking prices such as recently.

Best of luck OP, I imagine he's already regained access. Hope the coin was still sitting in there.
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