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June 18, 2012, 11:52:00 PM
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The IP address is in the MtGox withdrawal email, if you still have it.

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June 19, 2012, 06:41:26 AM
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OK, they now got back to me with the IP:

78.70.228.130

This is an IP in Sweden, which I also heard other people mention who got their money stolen from Mt. Gox accounts.

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June 19, 2012, 06:46:02 AM
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OK, they now got back to me with the IP:

78.70.228.130

This is an IP in Sweden, which I also heard other people mention who got their money stolen from Mt. Gox accounts.

That's an IP from a domestic connection. Ofcourse it may be from a compromised computer Tongue

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June 19, 2012, 08:21:31 AM
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OK, they now got back to me with the IP:

78.70.228.130

This is an IP in Sweden, which I also heard other people mention who got their money stolen from Mt. Gox accounts.

That's an IP from a domestic connection.

Time to pay them a visit.

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June 19, 2012, 11:49:20 AM
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Kazimir mine was easily1
so its dict word but with trailing 1
AFAIK accessing your account with tor will lead to ban. Tor IP-s are listed
in my situation reverse check of IP showed
Name:    88-83-55-135.customer.t3.se
Address:  88.83.55.135
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June 19, 2012, 05:05:56 PM
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For those suggesting never using an exchange, how would you extract the btc to your currency? Do you just collect the btc?
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June 19, 2012, 05:47:11 PM
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because it is BTC, there is no way to get it back, but you should consider better security after this incident.
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June 19, 2012, 06:30:02 PM
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For those suggesting never using an exchange, how would you extract the btc to your currency? Do you just collect the btc?

Have you ever thought about spending them, you know, buying stuff?

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June 19, 2012, 06:35:37 PM
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I love buying stuff..... Smiley If anyone has bitcoins and doesnt know what to do with them... Give them to me to buy stuff.. I'll make a youtube vid Cheesy
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June 19, 2012, 09:08:09 PM
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Scary stuff, will have to make sure to clear out my mtgox account on occasion.
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June 19, 2012, 09:41:24 PM
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For those suggesting never using an exchange, how would you extract the btc to your currency? Do you just collect the btc?

Have you ever thought about spending them, you know, buying stuff?

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Business_and_organizations_that_%22also_accept_Bitcoin%22,_but_are_not_Bitcoin_specific

^^I could find that list, but there's nothing there I would want to spend on. The other option is trading for gc's, and product with individuals but I'd think that would carry a greater risk than a quick extraction from an exchange.
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June 20, 2012, 12:27:56 AM
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For those suggesting never using an exchange, how would you extract the btc to your currency? Do you just collect the btc?
Yes, of course, that is the whole idea.

Bitcoin is gonna be the (or at least a major) currency of the future, and I'd like to gather as much as I can now that they're still cheap.

However, don't get me wrong, this is by no means a reason not to spend bitcoins right now!
You see, pretty much any place that accepts bitcoins nowadays, still uses the current USD or EUR rates to determine their bitcoin pricing. Well, instead of buying their products with euros or dollars, I'd rather buy bitcoins and then pay for the products with bitcoins. Costs about the same (sometimes even cheaper due to USD/EUR differences) and helps boosting the bitcoin economy.

So I'm only using exchanges one way: from euros/dollars to BTC.


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