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March 20, 2012, 09:05:43 PM
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I used the search function to dig up the old threads which do not have any updates.

I am not the best at tracking stolen Bitcoins so I thought I would simply ask for an update from someone
who is savvier in doing this. Thanks.
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March 20, 2012, 09:29:31 PM
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I believe right now, it's more important at figuring out who is mystery miner.

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March 20, 2012, 11:13:16 PM
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They got sold, most at CryptoXChange.. What we're you expecting?
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March 21, 2012, 08:02:10 PM
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Just use blockexplorer and some detective work yourself.

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March 21, 2012, 08:06:12 PM
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I believe right now, it's more important at figuring out who is mystery miner.
Who says it wasn't simply someone who purchased a ton of shares on gpumax?  Also, why does it even matter?

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March 21, 2012, 08:11:18 PM
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I believe right now, it's more important at figuring out who is mystery miner.
Who says it wasn't simply someone who purchased a ton of shares on gpumax?

The GPUMAX system software. It only allows people to direct the hashes purchased to already established whitelisted pools to avoid that kind of situation.
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March 21, 2012, 11:30:39 PM
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I believe right now, it's more important at figuring out who is mystery miner.
Who says it wasn't simply someone who purchased a ton of shares on gpumax?

The GPUMAX system software. It only allows people to direct the hashes purchased to already established whitelisted pools to avoid that kind of situation.

No, as far as I know it would do nothing to stop the stolen coins from being 'laundered' on gpumax.  Not that I am saying GPUMAX should do anything, but it does not take much of a brain to do it.

1) make new account on whitelisted GPUMAX approved pool
2) purchase new hashes on that pool at GPUMAX with stolen linode coins
3) receive clean bitcoin from pool

(legitimate GPUMAX work seller now has coins with linode history)

Anyone with half a brain could do this with minimal risk of being tracked. 


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