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March 18, 2015, 11:03:55 AM
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Because of the recent strand of hacking and stealing, Bitcoin Bounty was made
http://bitforum.info/t/scammers-beware-bitcoin-bounty-hunter-is-here/405

Honestly, I really hope that everyone supports this kind of program, not to erase online hackers, scammers and thieves, but minimize unfortunate incidents.

As of now, there are 3-5 offers standing on the site. I hope everyone comes forward and doesnt give in to lowlives who benefits in the misfortunes and hardwork of someone.
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March 18, 2015, 11:09:43 AM
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Because of the recent strand of hacking and stealing, Bitcoin Bounty was made
http://bitforum.info/t/scammers-beware-bitcoin-bounty-hunter-is-here/405

Honestly, I really hope that everyone supports this kind of program, not to erase online hackers, scammers and thieves, but minimize unfortunate incidents.

As of now, there are 3-5 offers standing on the site. I hope everyone comes forward and doesnt give in to lowlives who benefits in the misfortunes and hardwork of someone.

how do we know your not another scam ?

im sure lots  of people would chip in to have the biggest scammers hunted and punished IF THEY WERE 100% sure you wouldnt just take the coins and disappear ...........

mark karpeles is probably top of the list ..........start with him and work down the list


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March 18, 2015, 11:15:12 AM
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Because of the recent strand of hacking and stealing, Bitcoin Bounty was made
http://bitforum.info/t/scammers-beware-bitcoin-bounty-hunter-is-here/405

Honestly, I really hope that everyone supports this kind of program, not to erase online hackers, scammers and thieves, but minimize unfortunate incidents.

As of now, there are 3-5 offers standing on the site. I hope everyone comes forward and doesnt give in to lowlives who benefits in the misfortunes and hardwork of someone.

how do we know your not another scam ?

im sure lots  of people would chip in to have the biggest scammers hunted and punished IF THEY WERE 100% sure you wouldnt just take the coins and disappear ...........

mark karpeles is probably top of the list ..........start with him and work down the list




First of: I do not own this. I just read it somewhere in the forum.  Grin
Read the forum, you will see that the site was started by a reputable developer. I forgot his name.
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March 18, 2015, 11:38:31 AM
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Because of the recent strand of hacking and stealing, Bitcoin Bounty was made
http://bitforum.info/t/scammers-beware-bitcoin-bounty-hunter-is-here/405

Honestly, I really hope that everyone supports this kind of program, not to erase online hackers, scammers and thieves, but minimize unfortunate incidents.

As of now, there are 3-5 offers standing on the site. I hope everyone comes forward and doesnt give in to lowlives who benefits in the misfortunes and hardwork of someone.

how do we know your not another scam ?

im sure lots  of people would chip in to have the biggest scammers hunted and punished IF THEY WERE 100% sure you wouldnt just take the coins and disappear ...........

mark karpeles is probably top of the list ..........start with him and work down the list




First of: I do not own this. I just read it somewhere in the forum.  Grin
Read the forum, you will see that the site was started by a reputable developer. I forgot his name.

i read it but theres not much info
whats a bounty hunter going to do that the police or courts cannot ?

unless theyre going to break  legs or something and upload to youtube  lol
that would make things a bit  interesting
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March 18, 2015, 11:45:21 AM
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Because of the recent strand of hacking and stealing, Bitcoin Bounty was made
http://bitforum.info/t/scammers-beware-bitcoin-bounty-hunter-is-here/405

Honestly, I really hope that everyone supports this kind of program, not to erase online hackers, scammers and thieves, but minimize unfortunate incidents.

As of now, there are 3-5 offers standing on the site. I hope everyone comes forward and doesnt give in to lowlives who benefits in the misfortunes and hardwork of someone.

how do we know your not another scam ?

im sure lots  of people would chip in to have the biggest scammers hunted and punished IF THEY WERE 100% sure you wouldnt just take the coins and disappear ...........

mark karpeles is probably top of the list ..........start with him and work down the list




First of: I do not own this. I just read it somewhere in the forum.  Grin
Read the forum, you will see that the site was started by a reputable developer. I forgot his name.

whats a bounty hunter going to do that the police or courts cannot ?

Actually give a ...
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March 18, 2015, 11:49:08 AM
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Do you have the bounty escrowed? ^Frown^ There are many people who would try to trick such a system, with false reports.
There is a whole thread on this subject, somewhere else on this forum ^double frown^

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March 18, 2015, 12:36:12 PM
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Do you have the bounty escrowed? ^Frown^ There are many people who would try to trick such a system, with false reports.
There is a whole thread on this subject, somewhere else on this forum ^double frown^
Also i don't see 2FA anywhere but i see big sums of money there.

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March 18, 2015, 12:37:52 PM
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Because of the recent strand of hacking and stealing, Bitcoin Bounty was made
http://bitforum.info/t/scammers-beware-bitcoin-bounty-hunter-is-here/405

Honestly, I really hope that everyone supports this kind of program, not to erase online hackers, scammers and thieves, but minimize unfortunate incidents.

As of now, there are 3-5 offers standing on the site. I hope everyone comes forward and doesnt give in to lowlives who benefits in the misfortunes and hardwork of someone.

how do we know your not another scam ?

im sure lots  of people would chip in to have the biggest scammers hunted and punished IF THEY WERE 100% sure you wouldnt just take the coins and disappear ...........

mark karpeles is probably top of the list ..........start with him and work down the list




First of: I do not own this. I just read it somewhere in the forum.  Grin
Read the forum, you will see that the site was started by a reputable developer. I forgot his name.

i read it but theres not much info
whats a bounty hunter going to do that the police or courts cannot ?

unless theyre going to break  legs or something and upload to youtube  lol
that would make things a bit  interesting

Well, the best thing that will happen is someone who has the best of skills make this his profession and find these mathafuckin hackers.
Lots of Bitcoins is at stake.
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March 18, 2015, 06:26:34 PM
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I hate the scammers as much as anyone, but do we really need bitcoin related vigilante justice bringing even more negative attention? Educating people on securing their bitcoin and a little common sense will do a lot more for bitcoin in the long term. We have all made bad decisions with bitcoin and many of us have been burned by our mistakes, but further violence is not a solution.

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March 18, 2015, 06:30:35 PM
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We can't educate everyone. Some people are just stupid by nature and some are just unfortunate we can't do anything in both cases. Bitcoin Bounty Hunters are not that bad idea to be honest. I see a lot of angry people who lost some coins andh they may like that idea and will be using bitcoin bounty hunters services for sure.


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March 18, 2015, 08:28:58 PM
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Because of the recent strand of hacking and stealing, Bitcoin Bounty was made
http://bitforum.info/t/scammers-beware-bitcoin-bounty-hunter-is-here/405

Honestly, I really hope that everyone supports this kind of program, not to erase online hackers, scammers and thieves, but minimize unfortunate incidents.

As of now, there are 3-5 offers standing on the site. I hope everyone comes forward and doesnt give in to lowlives who benefits in the misfortunes and hardwork of someone.

how do we know your not another scam ?

im sure lots  of people would chip in to have the biggest scammers hunted and punished IF THEY WERE 100% sure you wouldnt just take the coins and disappear ...........

mark karpeles is probably top of the list ..........start with him and work down the list




First of: I do not own this. I just read it somewhere in the forum.  Grin
Read the forum, you will see that the site was started by a reputable developer. I forgot his name.

i read it but theres not much info
whats a bounty hunter going to do that the police or courts cannot ?

unless theyre going to break  legs or something and upload to youtube  lol
that would make things a bit  interesting

Well, the best thing that will happen is someone who has the best of skills make this his profession and find these mathafuckin hackers.
Lots of Bitcoins is at stake.

Lots of people have the skills to fuck someone up but how can they advertise an illegal vigilante justice department without being arrested ?
The only way is for them to remain anonymous or leave the bounty in escrow until proof is provided that the target has been successfully terminated and even the escrow would probably get in trouble for this kind of thing
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March 18, 2015, 08:43:53 PM
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i read it but theres not much info
whats a bounty hunter going to do that the police or courts cannot ?

unless theyre going to break  legs or something and upload to youtube  lol
that would make things a bit  interesting
If you're relying on the police and courts in cases like these, or overall, you're going to have a bad time.
Actually the concept of a bounty hunter was definitely used much much more often in the past. If the guy is very skilled at hacking, he can do a lot of things. The same things that the hacker did. He can hack the funds back, or identify him.

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March 18, 2015, 11:25:43 PM
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Might put bitmine.ch on there.  They owe me BTC15, with the "guaranteed" refund.  Im sure others on here would have been burnt too.
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i read it but theres not much info
whats a bounty hunter going to do that the police or courts cannot ?

unless theyre going to break  legs or something and upload to youtube  lol
that would make things a bit  interesting
If you're relying on the police and courts in cases like these, or overall, you're going to have a bad time.
Actually the concept of a bounty hunter was definitely used much much more often in the past. If the guy is very skilled at hacking, he can do a lot of things. The same things that the hacker did. He can hack the funds back, or identify him.

Why would someone skilled enough at hacking to steal the coins from another skilled hacker be then willing to return them to the rightful owners ?why would he not just keep the coins and be rich  instead of a small  bounty ?

The major btc thefts are almost  all well known exchange owners ,ponzi operators, karpeles ,zhou tong ,trendon shavers ,the mintpal  and BFL guys   etc ...

 identifying them and their families is not the problem ,its what the fuck to do with them if they have been too slippery for the police to do anything........theres probably nothing legal you could do to them which makes the only option ...........something else Cheesy
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i read it but theres not much info
whats a bounty hunter going to do that the police or courts cannot ?

unless theyre going to break  legs or something and upload to youtube  lol
that would make things a bit  interesting
If you're relying on the police and courts in cases like these, or overall, you're going to have a bad time.
Actually the concept of a bounty hunter was definitely used much much more often in the past. If the guy is very skilled at hacking, he can do a lot of things. The same things that the hacker did. He can hack the funds back, or identify him.

Why would someone skilled enough at hacking to steal the coins from another skilled hacker be then willing to return them to the rightful owners ?why would he not just keep the coins and be rich  instead of a small  bounty ?

The major btc thefts are almost  all well known exchange owners ,ponzi operators, karpeles ,zhou tong ,trendon shavers ,the mintpal  and BFL guys   etc ...

 identifying them and their families is not the problem ,its what the fuck to do with them if they have been too slippery for the police to do anything........theres probably nothing legal you could do to them which makes the only option ...........something else Cheesy
yes, the ppl who have the skill of  hacking others' wallet and stealing the coins from another skilled hacker or bitcoin holders, why would they return the money to the original owners? They just keep them and be rich! Because nearly no ppl will track down  them or they know they haven't violated any law yet. We all know that bitcoin is not recognized as currency or asset  by most of the govs.

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Site uses Google Forms to submit new bounties!   Cheesy


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The Bitcoin police idea has been tried before. It didn't work.

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Why would someone skilled enough at hacking to steal the coins from another skilled hacker be then willing to return them to the rightful owners ?why would he not just keep the coins and be rich  instead of a small  bounty ?

The major btc thefts are almost  all well known exchange owners ,ponzi operators, karpeles ,zhou tong ,trendon shavers ,the mintpal  and BFL guys   etc ...

 identifying them and their families is not the problem ,its what the fuck to do with them if they have been too slippery for the police to do anything........theres probably nothing legal you could do to them which makes the only option ...........something else Cheesy
It's obvious that you're knowledge on the matter is limited.
There are different type of hackers, good and bad (white and black). You can often read in the news how someone lost x amount of money, and the person returns all of it. There are such people in the world of hackers too.

Anyone who lost funds due to ponzis', online exchanges, online wallets etc., deserved it.

The Bitcoin police idea has been tried before. It didn't work.
Indeed. The capabilities are quite limited and the authorities are useless.

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Why would someone skilled enough at hacking to steal the coins from another skilled hacker be then willing to return them to the rightful owners ?why would he not just keep the coins and be rich  instead of a small  bounty ?

The major btc thefts are almost  all well known exchange owners ,ponzi operators, karpeles ,zhou tong ,trendon shavers ,the mintpal  and BFL guys   etc ...

 identifying them and their families is not the problem ,its what the fuck to do with them if they have been too slippery for the police to do anything........theres probably nothing legal you could do to them which makes the only option ...........something else Cheesy
It's obvious that you're knowledge on the matter is limited.
There are different type of hackers, good and bad (white and black). You can often read in the news how someone lost x amount of money, and the person returns all of it. There are such people in the world of hackers too.

Anyone who lost funds due to ponzis', online exchanges, online wallets etc., deserved it.

The Bitcoin police idea has been tried before. It didn't work.
Indeed. The capabilities are quite limited and the authorities are useless.

Its obvious youre as thick as shit so this will probably fly right over your head but lets give it a shot anyway .............
if there is a expert hacker who could hack back stolen btc ,he could also hack coins that havent been stolen
youre confused, white hat hack hacking is  the guys who test security systems for flaws and get paid by companies like apple and google ,not  outright thieves (karpeles,shavers  etc ) who probably never got hacked in the first place and  just pilfered everyones coins

If such a super hacker existed why would he not just hack the early wallets of satoshi and get an easy million coins that way instead of working for honourable  reasons  like a cartoon superhero .............

ps : love it how you blame the victims of every theft and say they "deserved to get scammed"
its attitudes like yours that make scamming btc more acceptable
youre a real credit to the community
glad to have you on board Cheesy
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March 19, 2015, 09:41:33 AM
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Why would someone skilled enough at hacking to steal the coins from another skilled hacker be then willing to return them to the rightful owners ?why would he not just keep the coins and be rich  instead of a small  bounty ?

The major btc thefts are almost  all well known exchange owners ,ponzi operators, karpeles ,zhou tong ,trendon shavers ,the mintpal  and BFL guys   etc ...

 identifying them and their families is not the problem ,its what the fuck to do with them if they have been too slippery for the police to do anything........theres probably nothing legal you could do to them which makes the only option ...........something else Cheesy
It's obvious that you're knowledge on the matter is limited.
There are different type of hackers, good and bad (white and black). You can often read in the news how someone lost x amount of money, and the person returns all of it. There are such people in the world of hackers too.

Anyone who lost funds due to ponzis', online exchanges, online wallets etc., deserved it.

The Bitcoin police idea has been tried before. It didn't work.
Indeed. The capabilities are quite limited and the authorities are useless.

Its obvious youre as thick as shit so this will probably fly right over your head but lets give it a shot anyway .............
if there is a expert hacker who could hack back stolen btc ,he could also hack coins that havent been stolen
youre confused, white hat hack hacking is  the guys who test security systems for flaws and get paid by companies like apple and google ,not  outright thieves (karpeles,shavers  etc ) who probably never got hacked in the first place and  just pilfered everyones coins

If such a super hacker existed why would he not just hack the early wallets of satoshi and get an easy million coins that way instead of working for honourable  reasons  like a cartoon superhero .............

ps : love it how you blame the victims of every theft and say they "deserved to get scammed"
its attitudes like yours that make scamming btc more acceptable
youre a real credit to the community
glad to have you on board Cheesy

How is your attitude different, distrusting everyone has has the capabilities to hack. LaudaM states there are enough hackers that can hack if they want to, but have no intention to steal. Hacking satoshi's wallets or other early abandoned wallets is very improbable to ever happen. Most hacks involve active use of wallets, mostly done through social engeneering, using trojans and backdoors, not by brute forcing the wallets. Often people got scammed, that is not something only done by hackers, but if you got scammed in the digital world by being careless and gullible it might be a bit your own fault.

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