same. I can basically only infer.
the ONLY record I have is a rough estimate of the rate NASTY was trading at, and some notion of how much BTC I sent toward GLBSE... any rough estimates I make could be off by quite a lot though, since AT LEAST one of the shares I bought was above 0.6 BTC (and I'm pretty sure the IPO was less than 0.3 BTC)
If I can prove my GLBSE deposit address, do you want ognasty to just give me credit for all my shares as though I bought 100% of them during IPO? (I'm not seriously asking this. Just pointing out that even if I can prove stuff, it really doesn't make much difference if it's not an exact accounting up to the very last second when GLBSE was still letting people trade.)
Actually, screw it. They're doing this over at MOORE so I'm going to come out and do the same.
Do you have any advice to shareholders that are unsure of how many shares they owned at the time the GLBSE stopped providing any data? I unfortunately didn't have an up-to-date copy of my CSV file when they went down
Same here, I have no Idea how many share I had. I didn't keep much attention to it, just occasionally bought some when they where cheap. What should I claim? A random number that looks nice? The only thing I know is that I had (have?) shares.
However, The address I gave to GLBSE for "refund purposes" (they never sent me back a single satoshi from my GLBSE balance)
The only transaction for that address was the one where I tested the address was correct by sending myself some money prior to pasting it to the GLBSE "blah blah we're closing, give us and address for refund, and permission blah blah continue contact with asset issuer"
I haven't got anything but this weirdo email...
I gave them my email address, a bitcoin address under my control, and clicked the checkbox to let them share my info with asset issuer(s)
... Nobody has sent back a single satoshi to the address I provided (it's one I control... Even tested / sent myself a bit of BTC to test before pasting it on the GLBSE website the other day)
Assuming I got all my shares at IPO rate, I would have more than 20 shares:
Honesty / disclosure: I got many of them for less. the real number is closer to 15 because I bought a few for 30-70% above IPO price. I do not remember how many my total was up to the week GLBSE shut down