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September 12, 2012, 08:32:21 PM
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Why the 50BTC txs? Could this be related to GPUMAX (assuming it was said that gpumax has shared wallet with bcst)? Only speculating  Wink

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September 12, 2012, 08:33:03 PM
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Does anyone have confirmation that this address is related to silk road?
I think there are some claims that there is proof of silkroad deposits getting to the address in just 1 hop, but I have yet to see any transaction links of that claim. I dont think there is confirmation that this address is owned by anyone and it is related to a lot of different services; silkroad, mtgox, etc... but that is bound to happen with an address holding so many coins.
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September 12, 2012, 09:39:44 PM
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I dont think there is confirmation that this address is owned by anyone.....

I am absolutely certain it's owned by someone.

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September 12, 2012, 09:46:49 PM
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last 150k+ BTC tx from our BIG address now moving on to get laundered..

https://blockchain.info/address/1491KpNqoY1vGE2Rzdd76BCsuXK7QepNGU

Does anyone have confirmation that this address is related to silk road?

Clues: many
Proof: None
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September 12, 2012, 10:04:59 PM
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I dont think there is confirmation that this address is owned by anyone.....

I am absolutely certain it's owned by someone.
No need for you to be certain: someone definitely has the private key (else, there would be no way to send coins from it).
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September 12, 2012, 10:16:51 PM
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I dont think there is confirmation that this address is owned by anyone.....

I am absolutely certain it's owned by someone.
Are you 100% on that?

Cats are remarkably manipulative. It would make sense the market player isn't someone...
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September 12, 2012, 10:46:15 PM
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I dont think there is confirmation that this address is owned by anyone.....

I am absolutely certain it's owned by someone.
Are you 100% on that?

Cats are remarkably manipulative. It would make sense the market player isn't someone...

So cats aren't people to you? Wait a sec, I have a 4chan post to make.

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September 14, 2012, 05:04:42 PM
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I have "proof" but the problem is that they use a spinoff payment mechanism that changes the large balances they are paying from over time. I don't have time or the tools to go up the blockchain to prove it, but all Silk Road withdrawals in the last three weeks can be traced back to 1Dky and the addresses since broken off of it. 1Dky looks like it is/was a cold storage for Silk Road of some sort. My guess is that all new deposits are going into a new single address that is cold storage in a similar manner, just in reverse.

For the record, I suppose we can't rule out this isn't MtGox, either, but if so, it would mean that Silk Road is storing huge amounts of Bitcoin in MtGox's cold storage, because my tests have all been moving coin into and subsequently out of Silk Road (without purchasing anything).

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September 14, 2012, 05:46:01 PM
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I have "proof" but the problem is that they use a spinoff payment mechanism that changes the large balances they are paying from over time. I don't have time or the tools to go up the blockchain to prove it, but all Silk Road withdrawals in the last three weeks can be traced back to 1Dky and the addresses since broken off of it. 1Dky looks like it is/was a cold storage for Silk Road of some sort. My guess is that all new deposits are going into a new single address that is cold storage in a similar manner, just in reverse.

For the record, I suppose we can't rule out this isn't MtGox, either, but if so, it would mean that Silk Road is storing huge amounts of Bitcoin in MtGox's cold storage, because my tests have all been moving coin into and subsequently out of Silk Road (without purchasing anything).

Would you mind sharing your data with he community, so someone can use it and work on that?
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September 14, 2012, 07:02:56 PM
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I have "proof" but the problem is that they use a spinoff payment mechanism that changes the large balances they are paying from over time. I don't have time or the tools to go up the blockchain to prove it, but all Silk Road withdrawals in the last three weeks can be traced back to 1Dky and the addresses since broken off of it. 1Dky looks like it is/was a cold storage for Silk Road of some sort. My guess is that all new deposits are going into a new single address that is cold storage in a similar manner, just in reverse.

For the record, I suppose we can't rule out this isn't MtGox, either, but if so, it would mean that Silk Road is storing huge amounts of Bitcoin in MtGox's cold storage, because my tests have all been moving coin into and subsequently out of Silk Road (without purchasing anything).
Provide this "proof" I will try to make something of it.  If they are moving the coins to another address and storing them the same way we should soon see an address pop up in the top 10 richest addresses.  I feel that whoever's address it was didn't like getting so much attention and they split it up among many different addresses.
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September 14, 2012, 09:03:48 PM
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Provide this "proof" I will try to make something of it.  If they are moving the coins to another address and storing them the same way we should soon see an address pop up in the top 10 richest addresses.  I feel that whoever's address it was didn't like getting so much attention and they split it up among many different addresses.
Not necessarily, if they've learned a lesson, they may be using multiple smaller addresses.

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September 15, 2012, 06:20:20 PM
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Provide this "proof" I will try to make something of it.  If they are moving the coins to another address and storing them the same way we should soon see an address pop up in the top 10 richest addresses.  I feel that whoever's address it was didn't like getting so much attention and they split it up among many different addresses.
Not necessarily, if they've learned a lesson, they may be using multiple smaller addresses.
Obviously you didn't bother reading the rest of my post that you quoted.  Roll Eyes
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September 15, 2012, 06:42:04 PM
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Following the Money trail, the last transaction by 1Dky was sent mainly to:

1GSWCf3L9o1MkJgDRxSHTBz2HaUgaVhEhj
16kwA6fmJVArYis9TsRo4d63oGNeHv5eyY
1FDKQB5aN6w7y8WTfVwqFN4Yj3DyL8BCpu

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September 15, 2012, 09:19:48 PM
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1)  this is the god damn pirate wallet, 90%+ confidence.

2)  built this year, starting right when his scam was ramping up

3) died when the scam died

4)  rule out Gox / Silk Road, and it's only Pirate left:
4a)   SR does 22M in business per year, profits about 1M, and is likely quickly converted to USD
4b)  Gox isn't that stupid, wouldn't build a 500kBTC wallet (that's 5% of ALL btc) and this is not how a Gox cold storage wallet would look (why is it built in weekly / monthly regular headshots? only during this yr?  ending with a super-launder?)

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September 15, 2012, 09:34:06 PM
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I actually got a payment today that was a straight shot (after a couple hundred hops) back to this address from the 150k withdrawal on August 31st.
A payment from where? Gox? SR?
Not sure, I'm waiting on a response from the sender.

Keep us posted. I'm very interested in learning more about this address.
I sent BTC to SR. One hop to an address provably controlled (via input-combining) by 1Dky. End of story.

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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September 15, 2012, 10:16:26 PM
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I actually got a payment today that was a straight shot (after a couple hundred hops) back to this address from the 150k withdrawal on August 31st.
A payment from where? Gox? SR?
Not sure, I'm waiting on a response from the sender.

Keep us posted. I'm very interested in learning more about this address.
I sent BTC to SR. One hop to an address provably controlled (via input-combining) by 1Dky. End of story.

I too can provide proof of a 1 hop  SR Deposit Address -> 1DkyB
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September 16, 2012, 08:28:57 PM
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I sent BTC to SR. One hop to an address provably controlled (via input-combining) by 1Dky. End of story.

I too can provide proof of a 1 hop  SR Deposit Address -> 1DkyB

So, where is the evidence to back up your claims?
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September 16, 2012, 10:39:47 PM
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I sent BTC to SR. One hop to an address provably controlled (via input-combining) by 1Dky. End of story.

I too can provide proof of a 1 hop  SR Deposit Address -> 1DkyB

So, where is the evidence to back up your claims?
Somewhere in this thread Roll Eyes

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September 16, 2012, 11:47:58 PM
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So, where is the evidence to back up your claims?



http://blockchain.info/address/13aZs3PeF8Sc1PwDJLgzg6GEAByxGbDCjS
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September 16, 2012, 11:52:48 PM
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Nice, this is great stuff. Thanks.
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