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July 13, 2012, 11:11:45 PM
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SECOND CLUE

The MD5 hash of the private key is

5cd2ada1a244d051ce329cb724a6ee73

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July 13, 2012, 11:15:59 PM
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That's not going to help  Roll Eyes AES is a pretty good encryption mechanism, and bruteforcing 32 bits is hard even with MD5.

I recommend asking me for a signature from my GPG key before doing a trade. I will NEVER deny such a request.
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July 13, 2012, 11:16:44 PM
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169N4izDwoUb73Abwv8Qc1hSUTwpXanSwK

found it before the clues..

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July 13, 2012, 11:17:30 PM
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169N4izDwoUb73Abwv8Qc1hSUTwpXanSwK is the public key.

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July 13, 2012, 11:18:14 PM
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found it before the clues..

aye, but you forgot the rules. ;p

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July 13, 2012, 11:18:32 PM
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Hey URSAY you call THAT jizz face? THIS is a JIZZ FACE! NSFW

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July 13, 2012, 11:20:52 PM
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COOL!

So who ended up with the reward?


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July 13, 2012, 11:21:59 PM
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COOL!

So who ended up with the reward?



no one yet, since you did not say to take it. ;p

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July 13, 2012, 11:27:35 PM
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I have encrypted the private key using AES 128bit pass phrase.
I call BS. There's no way anybody could decrypt something like that without the pass phrase (unless it was very weak, in which case it was not 128 bit)

I recommend asking me for a signature from my GPG key before doing a trade. I will NEVER deny such a request.
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July 13, 2012, 11:30:39 PM
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I got the coins and bet them on the pretty safe "under 48000" at satoshidice.

I lost.  Oops.

Sent a different 2.0801337 BTC on to riX.  Hopefully he won't notice it's not the original bitcoin...

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July 13, 2012, 11:33:47 PM
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I got the coins and bet them on the pretty safe "under 48000" at satoshidice.

I lost.  Oops.

Sent a different 2.0801337 BTC on to riX.  Hopefully he won't notice it's not the original bitcoin...

It's not the original anyway..

Also, I'm going to bed now, so unless someone signs up within minutes, this will have to wait until at least tomorrow..

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July 13, 2012, 11:37:11 PM
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I got the coins and bet them on the pretty safe "under 48000" at satoshidice.

I lost.  Oops.

Sent a different 2.0801337 BTC on to riX.  Hopefully he won't notice it's not the original bitcoin...

It's not the original anyway..

Also, I'm going to bed now, so unless someone signs up within minutes, this will have to wait until at least tomorrow..

I was hoping to use SD to increase the value of the coin a little and pass on the winnings.  Didn't quite work out.   Roll Eyes

Someone else did sign up:

1)Garr255 - 189JHV6KPzvnPmjYCGPbvMMmZUWppere7h #2
2)the joint - 17EVRSvdPJGhk7uKHCpY9ghnWnx7j3pPAs #3
3)sadpandatech - 13YmfB6TeLzyCdnwsVZ5MdYVCLnfm5eNGF #4
4)nimda - 1KiZGitw2zEr4uPzZsT7dh7F6e5yoKGvE7 #5
5)Al the Alpaca - 1EWRJ5BeibZxMguujPLzqM8WWiHpFJtLLx #6
6)pirateat40 - 1CR5BadHQt8wd4t98mE4rw9hUfSGQ4ZGDg #19
7)rjk - 17qypELtTKqr716m937wLWbapnFG6i4fyZ #20
8)NothinG - 1BjMLLGrwYk3hrcnSqEUEeGchkx9tiykfY #21
9)PatrickHarnett - 1KwECAhJGr8BPGgn6mezf5Z3jT7vG1HaAZ #27
10)pekv2 - 12NcNYb2oEh6ANo95AakEjPqQdgbcxh4m9 #32
11)unclemantis - 12kM9BocNb5zSG7RMKp9wPxopK5NpayrMZ #34
12)mb300sd - 1HVmv5EtQZtcsFfXe6Crz972BrB1MwsNCM #39
13)rudrigorc2 - 1MSPwixhqiwMLXxw3WXtNjg2nst6qVWhCX #44
14)Brunic - 16Hz2xA4NmAp4CU3Mr9aJy8H9D5XqXupHG #49
15)fatigue - 1Fj4QZbavJeKfagjDqUPFqQ4iJ4bHqFAMG #52
16)Phraust - 15UJrPbxd6ULPJaxASUoWUp6xc473T7mww #88
17)adamstgBit - 15nutdfqcS38hXdZoL7LNz5wBt8Aq4wCUT #89
18)bluefirecorp - 1PsQ8qFp6ZY94gXvFLP4cqcmoLQSDCqLJc #90
19)Drakahn - 1C1UMHsdPxgsWGWBhdaTC47kibJjFgWnhb #91
20)Gladamas - 1FVySmZNZ6LUvz1mKkt9zgRWjBzvkM4Roh #92
21)phantitox - 1GtGFJskG47Q6Q1NFsfMLWfNV9ivabbyab #93
22)John (johnthedong) - 1Cm2ymVqiHA42jv31rtyze684oWTDkreza (instawallet addy, DON't REUSE)  #98
23)Keefe - 1BZy1xxwcxQyRZErcYUFke72TSU7cV5Ptf #107
24)Otoh - 1G5apmPvo2iTtmkNWAHTCET7Y842Ufijs8 #110
25)[Tycho] - 1VayNert3x1KzbpzMGt2qdqrAThiRovi8 (please provide TX hash when sending) (tx) #75
26)Dalkore - 12SSYCcvaHadm8Myxb3mUTzyv96VNhyzeZ #67
27)payb.tc - 14no5MUE4ur2gyyEE3BHpHhV82gKm8NLbH #133
28)damnek - 17xbiU6EWdaf74rmwxPv9AQZc1MeKMWh5n #115
29)Tril - 1Xgeo7EQgrk22paxmKVrhNVSmauczL6EE #117
30)Scott J - 18UVSvCAb6QGjPSdiXxveeu56ujmu3kTt4 #118
31)honest bob - 14x3n2ntSAGN4gGvGoLhi6NbUuuoWwvfdL #140
32)giszmo - 1KLYFWyv5aeci2PwJQs9aTRN1JRzDDL96o #143
33)arklan - 1F4j4Lha8BjL4wxwFVbGaQwMJ4Kd1brfXb #145
34)dooglus - 1BooBz2AEwUd6JepB7NhNsnAe58Q6obpcu #159
35)riX - 155gBnpiBQcpnP6coTX6V7znSK3G73uNjK #160 - has the coin(s)
36)RyNinDaCleM - 1Bgi9fX1TD9cnuzBvWGLfm7D7sNVEq96UU #175
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101) Return to Sender - 18dktRf1EYbyaYTkSSZJiacBmCemxwWdqm #1

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July 13, 2012, 11:48:05 PM
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Someone else did sign up:

Right..

1)Garr255 - 189JHV6KPzvnPmjYCGPbvMMmZUWppere7h #2
2)the joint - 17EVRSvdPJGhk7uKHCpY9ghnWnx7j3pPAs #3
3)sadpandatech - 13YmfB6TeLzyCdnwsVZ5MdYVCLnfm5eNGF #4
4)nimda - 1KiZGitw2zEr4uPzZsT7dh7F6e5yoKGvE7 #5
5)Al the Alpaca - 1EWRJ5BeibZxMguujPLzqM8WWiHpFJtLLx #6
6)pirateat40 - 1CR5BadHQt8wd4t98mE4rw9hUfSGQ4ZGDg #19
7)rjk - 17qypELtTKqr716m937wLWbapnFG6i4fyZ #20
8)NothinG - 1BjMLLGrwYk3hrcnSqEUEeGchkx9tiykfY #21
9)PatrickHarnett - 1KwECAhJGr8BPGgn6mezf5Z3jT7vG1HaAZ #27
10)pekv2 - 12NcNYb2oEh6ANo95AakEjPqQdgbcxh4m9 #32
11)unclemantis - 12kM9BocNb5zSG7RMKp9wPxopK5NpayrMZ #34
12)mb300sd - 1HVmv5EtQZtcsFfXe6Crz972BrB1MwsNCM #39
13)rudrigorc2 - 1MSPwixhqiwMLXxw3WXtNjg2nst6qVWhCX #44
14)Brunic - 16Hz2xA4NmAp4CU3Mr9aJy8H9D5XqXupHG #49
15)fatigue - 1Fj4QZbavJeKfagjDqUPFqQ4iJ4bHqFAMG #52
16)Phraust - 15UJrPbxd6ULPJaxASUoWUp6xc473T7mww #88
17)adamstgBit - 15nutdfqcS38hXdZoL7LNz5wBt8Aq4wCUT #89
18)bluefirecorp - 1PsQ8qFp6ZY94gXvFLP4cqcmoLQSDCqLJc #90
19)Drakahn - 1C1UMHsdPxgsWGWBhdaTC47kibJjFgWnhb #91
20)Gladamas - 1FVySmZNZ6LUvz1mKkt9zgRWjBzvkM4Roh #92
21)phantitox - 1GtGFJskG47Q6Q1NFsfMLWfNV9ivabbyab #93
22)John (johnthedong) - 1Cm2ymVqiHA42jv31rtyze684oWTDkreza (instawallet addy, DON't REUSE)  #98
23)Keefe - 1BZy1xxwcxQyRZErcYUFke72TSU7cV5Ptf #107
24)Otoh - 1G5apmPvo2iTtmkNWAHTCET7Y842Ufijs8 #110
25)[Tycho] - 1VayNert3x1KzbpzMGt2qdqrAThiRovi8 (please provide TX hash when sending) (tx) #75
26)Dalkore - 12SSYCcvaHadm8Myxb3mUTzyv96VNhyzeZ #67
27)payb.tc - 14no5MUE4ur2gyyEE3BHpHhV82gKm8NLbH #133
28)damnek - 17xbiU6EWdaf74rmwxPv9AQZc1MeKMWh5n #115
29)Tril - 1Xgeo7EQgrk22paxmKVrhNVSmauczL6EE #117
30)Scott J - 18UVSvCAb6QGjPSdiXxveeu56ujmu3kTt4 #118
31)honest bob - 14x3n2ntSAGN4gGvGoLhi6NbUuuoWwvfdL #140
32)giszmo - 1KLYFWyv5aeci2PwJQs9aTRN1JRzDDL96o #143
33)arklan - 1F4j4Lha8BjL4wxwFVbGaQwMJ4Kd1brfXb #145
34)dooglus - 1BooBz2AEwUd6JepB7NhNsnAe58Q6obpcu #159
35)riX - 155gBnpiBQcpnP6coTX6V7znSK3G73uNjK #160
36)RyNinDaCleM - 1Bgi9fX1TD9cnuzBvWGLfm7D7sNVEq96UU #175 - has the coin(s)
...
101) Return to Sender - 18dktRf1EYbyaYTkSSZJiacBmCemxwWdqm #1

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July 13, 2012, 11:49:52 PM
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I was hoping to use SD to increase the value of the coin a little and pass on the winnings.  Didn't quite work out.   Roll Eyes
Unlucky, it was a nice thought!

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July 14, 2012, 12:00:02 AM
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I was hoping to use SD to increase the value of the coin a little and pass on the winnings.  Didn't quite work out.   Roll Eyes
Unlucky, it was a nice thought!

Yes, but I couldn't lose twice in a row, right?  So no harm in attempting to win my losses back...

lol

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July 14, 2012, 12:00:58 AM
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I was hoping to use SD to increase the value of the coin a little and pass on the winnings.  Didn't quite work out.   Roll Eyes
Unlucky, it was a nice thought!

Yes, but I couldn't lose twice in a row, right?  So no harm in attempting to win my losses back...

lol
One more time might do it?  Grin

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July 14, 2012, 12:05:25 AM
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One more time might do it?  Grin

It did, but I forgot that I needed to win both the losses back, and only bet enough to win the 6 BTC back, not the original 2 BTC as well.

Actually, to win back both losses I would had to bet more than the 25 BTC maximum:

>>> (6.4400424 + 2.0801337) / 0.323
26.378254179566564

I think I'll quit while I'm ahead only slightly behind.

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July 14, 2012, 12:10:35 AM
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I got the coins and bet them on the pretty safe "under 48000" at satoshidice.

I lost.  Oops.

Sent a different 2.0801337 BTC on to riX.  Hopefully he won't notice it's not the original bitcoin...

It's not the original anyway..

Also, I'm going to bed now, so unless someone signs up within minutes, this will have to wait until at least tomorrow..

i also sent different coins, because i sent out from some confirmed coins while the incoming game coins were still unconfirmed.
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July 14, 2012, 12:22:13 AM
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I have encrypted the private key using AES 128bit pass phrase.
I call BS. There's no way anybody could decrypt something like that without the pass phrase (unless it was very weak, in which case it was not 128 bit)

Bitcoin Address:
169N4izDwoUb73Abwv8Qc1hSUTwpXanSwK
Private Key (Wallet Import Format):
5KMKBQAUGDayBLVLDxYGky3LfmYvs1U5HK8mGaVER2EeQDUY9ri

Passphrase was "bitcointalk.org"

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July 14, 2012, 12:23:03 AM
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NIMDA

Do you wish to put up a larger bounty with a much stronger pass phrase?

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