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July 04, 2012, 09:57:50 PM
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If you are the owner of 1JWxJG7JNCqfan9NT3xCQXmTCqNHuQJkTb I accidentally sent 1.6833032 BTC to you. If you would be so kind to return it to me thanks Cheesy
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July 04, 2012, 10:01:24 PM
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where did you get the address from? its never been used

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July 04, 2012, 10:02:22 PM
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I'm trying to figure that out now, I've ruled out all my messages in my PM box and I checked all recent orders on Bitcoin websites... I have no idea were it came from... so strange.
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July 04, 2012, 10:03:38 PM
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I'm trying to figure that out now, I've ruled out all my messages in my PM box and I checked all recent orders on Bitcoin websites... I have no idea were it came from... so strange.

There was a trojan going around that changed btc addresses in the clipboard to different addresses... can you copy other addresses and they stay intact?

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July 04, 2012, 10:05:43 PM
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I checked if i could copy the BTC address and paste it the same and it worked on multiple of them, but I always run Bitcoin on ubuntu linux. I doubt its a trojan and if it is -- its a good one!
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July 04, 2012, 10:07:07 PM
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Is it a change address ?


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July 04, 2012, 10:11:55 PM
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offtopic: amasing, this thread just created and already showing up in google in a search for this bitcoin address, unfortunately it hasn't been used anywhere else on the web
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July 04, 2012, 10:13:41 PM
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Yeah... is it anywhere in your address book? if it was a change address the coins would still be in the wallet...

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July 04, 2012, 10:22:05 PM
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I just checked my address's and transactions. Nothing found.
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July 04, 2012, 10:25:11 PM
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I see it in my addressbook, but I tried to sign something with the address and the GUI client said I don't have the private key... So I know i don't own it  Sad
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July 04, 2012, 10:29:22 PM
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send it again to here

1P8QcxDBBxfuVTu3Ddhn6adCk4S7YJccMR

Lets see if it works...

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July 04, 2012, 10:39:47 PM
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I see it in my addressbook, but I tried to sign something with the address and the GUI client said I don't have the private key... So I know i don't own it  Sad
which part of the address book? receiving or sending? it may be an address you saved to send something to and never did (maybe some site that has multiple deposit addresses like glbse?)

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July 06, 2012, 02:35:18 AM
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i see its moved, did you do a transaction of 24.211626 BTC to 1K5SZQkvhwSd3m2xzenizcmYJ9tnUt52W5 ?

if not, you want to find the owner of one of its inputs

1DDgmXDuMMpK3342K3htSTkPXunaPKHZbF
162WA7m6NxQwYBV9Bp7xXpjH1y39b1DKCy
18zcvtpsi5N6RCSW15KWyaMe7YCXy24Tsa
1ACVqx1dw7gxY5PcLN22ZpL3uvozJqpXJb
1GmuHxf4m4N866JiF1fn19tXFxYGXVb3ok
13jftdb87bJcSaXb6f8VGkdh6tHDjL1qL5
1FPr6JEsDjMmbdusyqCr3yHpfmxGEGtkQ1
16UCjXGNZ9LTEXTkoemjc16EPFN5h7biPB
13MFigt1Rc4AUpxidc8aWrUj7FjT1NpwCk
17iu7pDuJEfie3X9WDxYsC1zSncRxpSv3t
1JWxJG7JNCqfan9NT3xCQXmTCqNHuQJkTb
1FSGYYVZ6ZaA9pptm1vWU2rGGRBYrxqGrQ
1CHRmNAdkScEoErgjZswa4ojFrF6xB6Ka4
1AnVmZmgNjHgrr4KVmhis6EJ7NSiDwpZmT
1PwxEz1LV8LqAA7axyhH5rQRY7bnMHsstc

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July 06, 2012, 02:51:36 AM
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If you are the owner of 1JWxJG7JNCqfan9NT3xCQXmTCqNHuQJkTb I accidentally sent 1.6833032 BTC to you. If you would be so kind to return it to me thanks Cheesy

Why did you send exactly that value?

Because on the outputs of the tx that the poster above me discovered there are other 2 addresses that got that same amount that was sent to them and is now being used as an output. Maybe a clue Wink

1JWxJG7JNCqfan9NT3xCQXmTCqNHuQJkTb (1.6783032 BTC - Output)
1FSGYYVZ6ZaA9pptm1vWU2rGGRBYrxqGrQ (1.6783032 BTC - Output)
1CHRmNAdkScEoErgjZswa4ojFrF6xB6Ka4 (1.6783032 BTC - Output)

Coincidence? I don't think so lol

Also, if you notice, https://blockchain.info/address/1K5SZQkvhwSd3m2xzenizcmYJ9tnUt52W5 sent a 5 BTC transaction and sent the change back to the same address.

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July 06, 2012, 03:05:52 AM
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If you are the owner of 1JWxJG7JNCqfan9NT3xCQXmTCqNHuQJkTb I accidentally sent 1.6833032 BTC to you. If you would be so kind to return it to me thanks Cheesy

Why did you send exactly that value?

Because on the outputs of the tx that the poster above me discovered there are other 2 addresses that got that same amount that was sent to them and is now being used as an output. Maybe a clue Wink

1JWxJG7JNCqfan9NT3xCQXmTCqNHuQJkTb (1.6783032 BTC - Output)
1FSGYYVZ6ZaA9pptm1vWU2rGGRBYrxqGrQ (1.6783032 BTC - Output)
1CHRmNAdkScEoErgjZswa4ojFrF6xB6Ka4 (1.6783032 BTC - Output)

Coincidence? I don't think so lol

Also, if you notice, https://blockchain.info/address/1K5SZQkvhwSd3m2xzenizcmYJ9tnUt52W5 sent a 5 BTC transaction and sent the change back to the same address.

I sent exactly that amount to CINFU for domain registration and transfers two transactions to 1FSGYYVZ6ZaA9pptm1vWU2rGGRBYrxqGrQ and 1CHRmNAdkScEoErgjZswa4ojFrF6xB6Ka4 addresses I sent to cinfu for that stuff. hmmm maybe CINFU have my lost coins... 1JWxJG7JNCqfan9NT3xCQXmTCqNHuQJkTb
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July 06, 2012, 03:13:19 AM
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I opened a ticket to see if they owned that address, I provided them with screen shots and tons of information to help me with the investigation process.. Thanks for your input guys I don't know how to  follow the block chain well on a visual scale like most people can with blockchain.info and stuff
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July 07, 2012, 02:45:31 AM
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offtopic: amasing, this thread just created and already showing up in google in a search for this bitcoin address, unfortunately it hasn't been used anywhere else on the web

Agreed, it's pretty cool. Google's spiders have many legs.
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July 07, 2012, 03:46:05 AM
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offtopic: amasing, this thread just created and already showing up in google in a search for this bitcoin address, unfortunately it hasn't been used anywhere else on the web

Agreed, it's pretty cool. Google's spiders have many legs.

or using Chrome browsers as spiders, this way if multiple Chrome users viewed non-indexed page they figure it's of some importance
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July 07, 2012, 03:55:52 AM
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offtopic: amasing, this thread just created and already showing up in google in a search for this bitcoin address, unfortunately it hasn't been used anywhere else on the web

Agreed, it's pretty cool. Google's spiders have many legs.

or using Chrome browsers as spiders, this way if multiple Chrome users viewed non-indexed page they figure it's of some importance
I bet they use some kind of hashing to save on space when it comes to checking "newness" too Wink
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July 07, 2012, 04:19:37 AM
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It's annoying when google grabs the printedpage; crap.
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