Hello, The clam network has distributed CLAMS to bitcoin, litecoin and dogecoin addresses. I am wondering how many of these CLAMS would have gone to MtGox addresses and if they can be distributed to MtGox customers. ref: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147.0
Anyone have experience with a bitcoin api? looking for a crash course in something like an "OnRecieve" do x
IDK if this community is the right place to ask but I want to make a bitcoin app to do a few things. one is to monitor one or more of my wallets, and on deposit to that wallet transfer say 10% to a savings account and the remainder to my coinbase account to cash out. I'd also like to play a noise when I receive bitcoins. I also might make myself a hardware light to flash upon deposits and transactions that go through on my mtgox bitcoin address. So any tips would be great! computer language doesn't matter I can adapt to just about anything.
Some things that are not quite clear to me as a newbie.
Hello there, I hope it's not inappropriate to ask for some clarification here. I'm no stranger to cryptography, but bitcoin is a whole new experience for me. After receiving a small bitcoin tip on reddit, I set up a blockchain wallet, followed this sub and read up quite a bit on the topic. However, there are still some questions regarding technicalities left:
If I receive and send BTC from the same address and I publish my address anywhere (let's say my homepage), wouldn't that mean any payment processed from that address could be tied to my homepage and therefor me?
Of course I could avoid that by setting up multiple adresses, but that doesn't sem too safe seeing that I'd have to transfer the coins to my main account sooner or later if I want to make a purchase. Frequent transactions between two accounts right before one of them makes a payment seem to give away that they belong to the same person.
If every transaction is public, wouldn't that mean that me transferring coins to an address known to provide illegal goods or services would come close to a confession, assuming there could be a connection made between my address and me?
Buying bitcoins. I set up a mtgox account, which asked for my address, name, age and a scan of my ID card. This was somewhat suspicious to me since I prefer not to rely on a company or service to hold and protect all my personal data out of my reach. This of course allows them to make a connection between me (not some web identity, the real me), my mtgox bitcoin address, and all payments that are processed from there. I would generally prefer to buy them with cash somehow, digital transactions (at least the conventional ones, heh) seem too insecure for that.
This all might be due a basic misunderstanding of the transaction process on my part, but none of the "getting started" guides I've seen covers these questions. Many thanks in advance, /bitcoin. Edit: I'd be very interested in how you guys handle it usually. Multiple adresses within a wallet? Multiple wallets? One main address, several addresses for certain purposes, or a combination?
NEEDED! Any bitcoin addresses you have used to send money to mtgox or they used to send coins to you.
I figure if we can track down enough mtgox addresses, me and my buddy (and the rest of the internet) could try to do some graph theory math or other such tricks to figure out the rest of them by transaction history and maybe even relay ip. mtgox will have three types of addresses:
Toss addresses. These are the address they would use for receiving coin deposits from users.
Hot address(es). These would be where they kept the majority of their spendable balance, and the address(es) we would see people receiving coins from when they withdraw out of mtgox.
Cold address(es). These most likely won't exist. The address they keep coins in they don't want to be accessible from the site.
If we can find enough toss addresses, we can track them to the hot addresses, if we can find enough of the hot addresses, we can track them to the cold addresses. If you received bitcoins from mtgox or sent bitcoins to them, and can find the transaction in your wallet's history, you should post the transaction or the address here. You can post them raw, or link to it on blockchain.info. BEFORE YOU POST, PLEASE NOTE THAT THEY WILL ALSO POINT TO YOU. Don't post any if you would rather not risk the possibility of someone linking your spending to your reddit account. (You may also send me a message on reddit and I will credit it to pm rather than your username) We can start to get a running total of how many bitcoins they actually have, and see how reliable their story is. List of addresses so far: (please let me know if you have reason to believe one of them isn't a mtgox address or if you see any dupes) I won't be updating this that often, reddit starts to wonder if you are a spammer if you edit a post too much in a short amount of time.
Should the MtGox Bankruptcy Trustee Release the MtGox Bitcoin Wallet Addresses?
Should the MtGox Bankruptcy Trustee Release the MtGox Bitcoin Wallet Addresses? In a response to creditor demand, the Trustee has indicated interest in releasing the list complete of bitcoin wallet addresses known to belong to MtGox to the public for further, crowdsourced, investigation. No other information would accompany this release. Note:
Kraken has completed a very thorough investigation already, with much more data than will be provided to the public.
Kraken believes that it is extremely unlikely that the publication of wallet addresses will ultimately result in greater compensation to victims.
Kraken believes that there are serious privacy concerns with releasing this data.
We ask you to vote and participate in a discussion below as to the merits of releasing the address list vs keeping it private.
Two-step authentication registration information Your entered username (MTGOX username), e-mail address or password registered for the MTGOX Bitcoin exchange is incorrect.
hi. i never filed a claim. i got the email from mt.gox i want to file my claim. i log in at https://www.mtgox.com/balance/index.php and i can see my balance. i go to https://claims.mtgox.com/assets/index.html#/mfasignup but when i enter my valid username and password that just worked on the link above i get the error message. I just got emails saying: It has come to our attention that, at 13:49:57 GMT on October 16, 2018, you logged in to the online system for filing a proof of rehabilitation claim with respect to the civil rehabilitation proceedings of MtGox Co., Ltd. (Tokyo District Court; 2017 (sai) Case No.35) (the “System”). however I have yet to be able to login or use the 2 step authentication or file a claim. HOW DO I FILE A CLAIM? WHY IS THEIR ONLINE SITE SO BROKEN?
PSA: BitInstant's cash-to-bitcoin-address service is reliable, but they fudge the exchange rate; on top of the stated 3.99% fee (and unstated ZipZap fee), BitInstant has consistently marked up the exchange rate way above ($6 or so) the maximum that MtGox quotes around the time the transfer is made.
This includes any time at which the order was open.
This is a consistent markup from what I've experienced.
Everything that I've read both on and off BitInstant's web site suggests that they use MtGox directly. More to the point, BitInstant doesn't bother telling you what their exchange rate is going to be; it could be set at a markup of $200 for all you know.
UPDATE: Charlie Shrem (bitinstant) ultimately compensated me more than what I thought I was still owed, and for that I thank him; I feel that my personal matter has been satisfied amicably. I still believe that there are strange discrepancies in the data I've seen, which have not yet been accounted for, and I hope Charlie looks into it for the sake of his otherwise valuable company; I wouldn't want BitInstant to be blamed for the errors (or malice) of another party in the pipeline. In any case, I would currently still feel comfortable using BitInstant.
An urgent message for anyone who used an account (mtgox, coinbase, etc) that is traceable to you to fund your silkroad bitcoin address
Consider it compromised. Go here: https://blockchain.info/address/1F1tAaz5x1HUXrCNLbtMDqcw6o5GNn4xqX Go through each page. CTRL-find your silkroad address. If it is anywhere, and you used your gox or coinbase or any other physically traceable address to transfer directly, consider your identity compromised. Delete your account and take all steps necessary to keep caution. The feds have a LOT of traceable addresses.
04-03 17:23 - 'My twitter account got suspended mentioning the last 10.000 btc dump of address mtgox trustee. https://blockchain.info/address/16rCmCmbuWDhPjWTrpQGaU3EPdZF7MTdUk?filter=1' (i.redd.it) by /u/notthematrix removed from /r/Bitcoin within 165-175min
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