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October 01, 2014, 12:14:26 PM
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A few minutes ago my Bitcoin address received 2 small deposits (1 satoshi each).

I am aware of the 'satoshi spam' where many sites just spam random addresses with small deposits to advertise.
But this address was labeled "Blockchain accounts hacked"

https://blockchain.info/address/16JLbXYe5xmxGNX8hiqooyTUJnhitNNqTh

Is there any substance to this? Are any Blockchain accounts really hacked or it is just FUD?

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October 01, 2014, 12:35:59 PM
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I'm almost positive its just spam from a troll. A lot of people will crap themselves when they see this no doubt, so well done whoever it is.  Grin
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October 01, 2014, 12:43:32 PM
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Anyone can add a "tag" to an address on blockchain.info. Its just someone sending you spam.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=805857.0

My bet is on trollspam as well.
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October 01, 2014, 01:48:51 PM
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Good to know, so spam finally found its way to the blockchain, was about time.
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October 01, 2014, 01:52:20 PM
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I wonder why they waste their time doing that? any benefit?

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October 01, 2014, 01:57:25 PM
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I wonder why they waste their time doing that? any benefit?

Some people might believe it. They are giving it a try. If the person believed it, then they got a success. Roll Eyes I think they have nothing to loose except this satoshis which is toooo small.. Roll Eyes

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October 01, 2014, 02:00:03 PM
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I can understand if it is for advertising. But that message doesn't lead to anything. Probably something like ddos attack to cripple the network

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October 01, 2014, 02:02:17 PM
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Clearly just FUD, may also be someone trying to depress BTC prices.

During the fall a lot may have sold uncomfortably close to the current price hoping to buy back lower. The trend might be broken now so they are scared.

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October 01, 2014, 02:07:04 PM
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the 'spammer' got his funds from here
https://blockchain.info/tx/19c958e3c373fab3ddec491f59a1490f4ff791d9de48a7858d00770422ba9ee6

where0.15 went to 1NPfnbqZAMUnGuNuYwVZdCN4qVzUq4ejG4
and then jumped back and forth between 16JLb and 1NPfn

the spammer owns those 2 addresses, so i googled the addresses 1NPfn

yep spam advertising

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October 01, 2014, 03:04:51 PM
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just a spam .....don't worry.....
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October 02, 2014, 05:15:16 AM
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Clearly just FUD, may also be someone trying to depress BTC prices.

During the fall a lot may have sold uncomfortably close to the current price hoping to buy back lower. The trend might be broken now so they are scared.
I agree. If your blockchain.info wallet was really hacked, your would know it because all your bitcoin would be gone/missing.

As mentioned above, anyone can create any "label" to their bitcoin address on blockchain.info as long as they control the private key (and know how to sign a message). Any message that you "receive" via blockchain.info is more or less worthless

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