I have been following the coin tumbler wallet activity since, I was sending some coins through it when it stopped on the 14th. Actually, I am concerned as this was a pretty good size load for me, more than the current balance on the account (I know, it could be at other addresses in the same wallet from change etc)
Anyway, there was a lot of movement yesterday and I started to ask... am I screwed? SO I started looking back, based on what I know about it, to see if it looked like I could identify whether it was processing orders more recent than mine... what I saw worries me...and I am hoping that someone here can explain it.http://blockexplorer.com/address/1NgLdBTSYqnqwqiD2JioPRfqEkm3Zvs32u
That is the account in question, Scroll down to the end of 3/14 where the next pile of transactions is on 3/19
Now this is where things get strange and thousands of coins start moving but... many of the transactions are from the main address back to itself. Now, this makes sense to me for consolidation purposes, since all transactions refer to previous ones... so consolidation into big ones before dispersement makes sense but.... shouldn't this be a zero sum game?
Look here: http://blockexplorer.com/tx/cff8306919dc875fa2c31589980e7a39c2023e30ffdd174dbd123afe5761293b#o0
Ok so a lot of inputs from the main address, and one output to the same, both input and output the same...good. Then find the same transaction back on the ledger for this account
balance from previous trans: 1391.59
balance from this transaction: 1721.42
That doesn't seem like it can be right, is this just a blockexplorer bug? Seems like it must be but... I am definitely concerned with all this action in the account and not seeing any of my several hundred coins. I have moved coins through it with no trouble before.