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August 19, 2012, 07:36:19 PM
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Does the latest move (sending 20k BTC and 80k BTC from there) still fit in with your assumption?
It certainly doesn't prove that it isn't Mt. Gox' address. But yeah... I wouldn't expect Mt. Gox to be moving a lot of BTC right now. I wouldn't think a plummeting price would trigger BTC withdrawals.

He himself couldnt possibly send more then 20k BTC a day to other accounts/addresses (see mtgox withraw limits). Its either MtGox' backend or the funds have not reached Gox yet.
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August 19, 2012, 07:46:34 PM
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Oh boy, those 20k BTC from earlier are moving like bees with diabetes from one flower to another. I cant even keep track of that money. Looks like when it finally arrives, it will be clean as a whistle.

The 80k BTC are still staying put.
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August 19, 2012, 07:51:48 PM
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Anyone consider that it really might be SR? Perhaps the price crash triggered a lot of people to withdraw

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August 19, 2012, 08:11:04 PM
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Anyone consider that it really might be SR? Perhaps the price crash triggered a lot of people to withdraw

The transaction took place before this most recent crash, though. Maybe it was the $15 high that people wanted to withdraw at?
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August 19, 2012, 08:17:30 PM
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Anyone consider that it really might be SR? Perhaps the price crash triggered a lot of people to withdraw
The transaction took place before this most recent crash, though. Maybe it was the $15 high that people wanted to withdraw at?

To me, unlikely. People are generally not traders; they follow market movements, not create them. Signs still point to Pirate.
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August 19, 2012, 08:18:23 PM
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can someone read this binary messages pls thx
0.01010001 BTC
0.01010101 BTC
0.01001001 BTC
0.01000011 BTC
0.01001011 BTC
0.01001001 BTC
0.010101 BTC
0.01000011 BTC
0.01001111 BTC
0.01001001 BTC
0.0100111 BTC
0.01010011 BTC
0.0100001 BTC
0.010101 BTC
0.01000011 BTC
0.0101 BTC
0.01000001 BTC
0.0100111 BTC
0.010101 BTC
0.0101001 BTC
0.01011001 BTC
0.0010111 BTC
0.01000011 BTC
0.01001111 BTC
0.01001101 BTC

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August 19, 2012, 08:21:18 PM
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If those addresses are Pirate, wouldn't that imply that Pirate is a ponzi? He's been hoarding that but until the last couple days it's just been sitting there. How would he generate 7% returns with 500k doing nothing?
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August 19, 2012, 08:22:38 PM
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can someone read this binary messages pls thx
0.01010001 BTC
0.01010101 BTC
0.01001001 BTC
0.01000011 BTC
0.01001011 BTC
0.01001001 BTC
0.010101 BTC
0.01000011 BTC
0.01001111 BTC
0.01001001 BTC
0.0100111 BTC
0.01010011 BTC
0.0100001 BTC
0.010101 BTC
0.01000011 BTC
0.0101 BTC
0.01000001 BTC
0.0100111 BTC
0.010101 BTC
0.0101001 BTC
0.01011001 BTC
0.0010111 BTC
0.01000011 BTC
0.01001111 BTC
0.01001101 BTC

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August 19, 2012, 08:25:25 PM
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QUICKITCOINSBTCPANTRY.COM - does not work.
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August 19, 2012, 08:27:22 PM
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QUICKITCOINSBTCPANTRY.COM - does not work.

2 sites from the same owner.
Quickbitcoins.com
BTCPantry.com

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August 19, 2012, 08:27:45 PM
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If those addresses are Pirate, wouldn't that imply that Pirate is a ponzi? He's been hoarding that but until the last couple days it's just been sitting there. How would he generate 7% returns with 500k doing nothing?

My thoughts exactly. Moreover a substantial portion of those funds moving out now and presumably crashing the market also points in that same direction. Pirate owes a ton of BTC, if anything you might expect him to be buying, not selling.

Guess we will know in a few days.

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August 19, 2012, 08:34:03 PM
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can someone read this binary messages pls thx

Damn, I was too slow to say "SELL EVERYTHING" Smiley

Nice nearly-free advertising.
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August 19, 2012, 08:35:45 PM
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Maybe that is that the site for the next thing he will be starting up.  Wink

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August 19, 2012, 08:43:51 PM
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I hope someone do all the best for the whole bitcoin economy

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August 19, 2012, 08:44:59 PM
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can someone read this binary messages pls thx
0.01010001 BTC
0.01010101 BTC
0.01001001 BTC
0.01000011 BTC
0.01001011 BTC
0.01001001 BTC
0.010101 BTC
0.01000011 BTC
0.01001111 BTC
0.01001001 BTC
0.0100111 BTC
0.01010011 BTC
0.0100001 BTC
0.010101 BTC
0.01000011 BTC
0.0101 BTC
0.01000001 BTC
0.0100111 BTC
0.010101 BTC
0.0101001 BTC
0.01011001 BTC
0.0010111 BTC
0.01000011 BTC
0.01001111 BTC
0.01001101 BTC
01010001 = 51 = Q
01010101 = 55 = U
01001001 = 49 = I
01000011 = 43 = C
01001011 = 4B = K
01001001 = 49 = I
00010101 = 15 =
01000011 = 43 = C
01001111 = 4F = O
01001001 = 49 = I
00100111 = 27 = '
01010011 = 53 = S
00100001 = 21 = !
00010101 = 15 =
01000011 = 43 = C
00000101 = 05 =
01000001 = 43 = C
00100111 = 27 = '
00010101 = 15 =
00101001 = 29 = )
01011001 = 59 = Y
00010111 = 17 =
01000011 = 43 = C
01001111 = 4F = O
01001101 = 4D = M

So maybe they mistransmitted some items, or I decoded it wrong, or they can't spell properly. :p

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August 19, 2012, 08:46:45 PM
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If those addresses are Pirate, wouldn't that imply that Pirate is a ponzi? He's been hoarding that but until the last couple days it's just been sitting there. How would he generate 7% returns with 500k doing nothing?
Seems likely, particularly since withdrawals from that address reflect some of his known activity.

Seems like BS&T may be even larger than we thought - Pirate said it was "Over 500k"...

Also, one of the BS&T addresses is still collecting mined coins from GPUMAX as we speak:

https://blockchain.info/address/1PSf86KnLuzM7Ris5kDhTEZwooR3p2iyfV

So, some of the BS&T coins getting cleaned? I imaging public work on gpumax is paying quite well at this moment...
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August 19, 2012, 08:46:57 PM
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It all makes sense now.
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August 19, 2012, 08:51:44 PM
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You need to add trailing zeros instead leading zeros.
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August 19, 2012, 09:13:57 PM
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Seems likely, particularly since withdrawals from that address reflect some of his known activity.

Seems like BS&T may be even larger than we thought - Pirate said it was "Over 500k"...

Also, one of the BS&T addresses is still collecting mined coins from GPUMAX as we speak:

https://blockchain.info/address/1PSf86KnLuzM7Ris5kDhTEZwooR3p2iyfV

How do you know they are from gpumax?

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So, some of the BS&T coins getting cleaned? I imaging public work on gpumax is paying quite well at this moment...

gpumax is indeed going full blast, which it hadnt for ages. The price isnt particularly high though, same as usual.
And if its to clean coins, there is only so much you can clean. Not sure about its hashrate, but its probably good for less than 1000BTC per day.

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August 19, 2012, 09:32:31 PM
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You need to add trailing zeros instead leading zeros.
Second attempt (I figured as much, but didn't do it the first time):

01010001 = 51 = Q
01010101 = 55 = U
01001001 = 49 = I
01000011 = 43 = C
01001011 = 4B = K
01001001 = 49 = I
01010100 = 54 = T
01000011 = 43 = C
01001111 = 4F = O
01001001 = 49 = I
01001110 = 4E = N
01010011 = 53 = S
01000010 = 42 = B
01010100 = 54 = T
01000011 = 43 = C
01010000 = 50 = P
01000001 = 41 = A
01001110 = 4E = N
01010100 = 54 = T
01010010 = 52 = R
01011001 = 59 = Y
01011100 = 5C = .
01000011 = 43 = C
01001111 = 4F = O
01001101 = 4D = M

Still missing a B most likely: Quick Bitcoins BTCpantry.com

Looking at the site, it doesn't seem that useful.

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