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May 28, 2014, 08:59:40 PM
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Maybe this is the serial killer from the darknet that is killing people for bitcoins!
He asks like 10-15k in bitcoins for it, maybe he was around in 2009, and got alot of bitcoins that way.
Because I see alot of transactions of 500 bitcoins, that must be something sketchy

Exchanges, most likely. Or gambling sites transferring funds to their cold wallets.
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May 28, 2014, 09:46:40 PM
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52000 is not attainable without massive capital. maybe 520 Smiley
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May 28, 2014, 10:04:39 PM
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buy a pizza for 5000 BTC.  sell 10 others for teh same

i am here.
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May 28, 2014, 10:23:47 PM
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Look at this wallet        https://blockchain.info/address/1KiVwxEuGBYavyKrxkLncJt2pQ5YUUQX7f
I'm doing something wrong or I can not imagine how to make such unreal amount of BTC.
 You have any ideas? Huh
turn into a Scammer easiest way , :p otherwise develop a genuine biz that can get you to success and heavy amount of btc..!

Haha oh dear dont encourage anyone... Im trying the second approach, by creating my own business. Check out MechanicalBit and BitTique.

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May 28, 2014, 11:01:22 PM
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make a big exchange
claim it was hacked while you steal all the cold storage
and Tada you have now achieved the goal you were aiming for
sounds familliar no?  Grin
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May 28, 2014, 11:03:30 PM
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make a big exchange
claim it was hacked while you steal all the cold storage
and Tada you have now achieved the goal you were aiming for
sounds familliar no?  Grin

Sounds like um.... what was it? It rhymed with cocks.... was it ROX? no no no... oh! It was GOX! MT.GOX... yea i remember that.. thankfully I only lost 8 dollars.

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May 28, 2014, 11:06:41 PM
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Go mine on testnet, see how many coins you can rack up in a couple of weeks. Actually, there's more hash rate currently on testnet than there was on bitcoin back in 2009 / 2010. Honestly, mining 52k coins really wasn't that hard in 2009 / 2010 era. Someone with a laptop CPU could have mined that much. Owning 80-90% of the hashing power wasn't very uncommon.

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May 28, 2014, 11:09:16 PM
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Go mine on testnet, see how many coins you can rack up in a couple of weeks. Actually, there's more hash rate currently on testnet than there was on bitcoin back in 2009 / 2010. Honestly, mining 52k coins really wasn't that hard in 2009 / 2010 era. Someone with a laptop CPU could have mined that much. Owning 80-90% of the hashing power wasn't very uncommon.

Can you link a website please... I have tried testnet.com and test.net with no results Sad

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May 29, 2014, 01:42:41 AM
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Go mine on testnet, see how many coins you can rack up in a couple of weeks. Actually, there's more hash rate currently on testnet than there was on bitcoin back in 2009 / 2010. Honestly, mining 52k coins really wasn't that hard in 2009 / 2010 era. Someone with a laptop CPU could have mined that much. Owning 80-90% of the hashing power wasn't very uncommon.

Can you link a website please... I have tried testnet.com and test.net with no results Sad

Erm, testnet is the network that was developed for testing bitcoin like transactions for bitcoin. It's quite literally exactly like bitcoin, but testnet. Quite literally, change 1 value in your bitcoind software, and it should work with testnet.

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May 29, 2014, 01:43:57 AM
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Go mine on testnet, see how many coins you can rack up in a couple of weeks. Actually, there's more hash rate currently on testnet than there was on bitcoin back in 2009 / 2010. Honestly, mining 52k coins really wasn't that hard in 2009 / 2010 era. Someone with a laptop CPU could have mined that much. Owning 80-90% of the hashing power wasn't very uncommon.

Can you link a website please... I have tried testnet.com and test.net with no results Sad

Erm, testnet is the network that was developed for testing bitcoin like transactions for bitcoin. It's quite literally exactly like bitcoin, but testnet. Quite literally, change 1 value in your bitcoind software, and it should work with testnet.

Oh dear. Now I look like an idiot xD Are these "test bitcoins" worth anything? Pennies?

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May 29, 2014, 05:03:49 AM
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maybe that was mark's wallet or some hot wallet of an exchange site
i am dreaming also that one day someone will mistakenly send me a 1 btc and probably wont return it Cheesy but if the sender find me and ask me then maybe i will
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May 29, 2014, 05:45:29 AM
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So I been reading some peoples replies, how does one earn btc besides buying it..?

I`m getting multiple different messages, which way is the best route for a newbie like me?
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May 29, 2014, 06:14:02 AM
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Go mine on testnet, see how many coins you can rack up in a couple of weeks. Actually, there's more hash rate currently on testnet than there was on bitcoin back in 2009 / 2010. Honestly, mining 52k coins really wasn't that hard in 2009 / 2010 era. Someone with a laptop CPU could have mined that much. Owning 80-90% of the hashing power wasn't very uncommon.

Can you link a website please... I have tried testnet.com and test.net with no results Sad

Erm, testnet is the network that was developed for testing bitcoin like transactions for bitcoin. It's quite literally exactly like bitcoin, but testnet. Quite literally, change 1 value in your bitcoind software, and it should work with testnet.

Oh dear. Now I look like an idiot xD Are these "test bitcoins" worth anything? Pennies?

They're worth absolutely nothing. The entire testnet network is reset some often to prevent abuse of the system. You could technically run your own, with your own pool. Really, it was meant to test "new" features of bitcoin.

So I been reading some peoples replies, how does one earn btc besides buying it..?

I`m getting multiple different messages, which way is the best route for a newbie like me?

Back in 2010 / 2011, you could easily mine a massive amount of coins. If you had a decent CPU (just a quad core) back in the day, you could easily mine a block with 50 bitcoin daily. Now-a-days, the block reward was cut in half, and there's so much competition that you'd never hit a block (you have a greater chance of getting hit by a meteor, sleeping with a super model, and winning the jackpot on a lottery all in a single day).

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May 29, 2014, 06:38:37 AM
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Anyone have clue who's the owner of that address? Cheesy
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May 29, 2014, 06:43:48 AM
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I know an early adapter who mined 50 bitcoins/day using a entry level pc the first days,
now he is the president of the italian bitcoin fundation, he's spending most of his free
time to spread the word about btc and its innovations.

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May 29, 2014, 06:53:23 AM
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Make a scam exchange, like Mtgox.

As much as I hate to say it, this is true to an extent. Fly by night exchanges (especially for altcoins) seem to pop up all the time, and people flock to send money there. Some of these businesses could disappear overnight and no one could likely do anything. Some do appear more legit -- Crypsty is registered in Florida, for instance.

The funny thing is, despite how old Cryptsy is, and them being a legitimate company that's registered and follows the legislation in the US, they still aren't trusted by a ton of people in the crypto community. Yet people will jump on a brand new exchange and dump everything they have on to it.


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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May 29, 2014, 08:39:56 AM
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Just looking To that address makes me salivate. Must be an exchange of some sort or a drug Baron  Grin
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May 29, 2014, 10:55:20 AM
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maybe that was mark's wallet or some hot wallet of an exchange site
i am dreaming also that one day someone will mistakenly send me a 1 btc and probably wont return it Cheesy but if the sender find me and ask me then maybe i will

Haha oh dear what are the chances of it being your address!? I mean come on there are 2^160 possible wallets in which one could make the mistake of sending it to. Then again you can still hope for it, but is it likely? Probably not.

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May 29, 2014, 11:01:49 AM
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Invent a time machine and travel back a few years and invest in Bitcoin just remember not to kill any bugs or do anything else different.

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May 29, 2014, 11:55:59 AM
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Only 3 likely source:

1) exchange
2) gambling site
3) drug lord

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