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newbie
Activity: 56
Merit: 0
December 03, 2010, 01:23:59 PM
#37
This makes me think I should definitely open an automatic bitcoin laundering service.
Pay a small fee and get your bitcoins nicely laundered!

Great idea! http://bitcoinlaundry.com/

Glad you like it Cheesy
I think you're missing some key features though

Meh, I'm first to market Smiley

Altavista was first too =)

LOLOLOLOL
legendary
Activity: 1372
Merit: 1002
1davout
December 03, 2010, 10:36:16 AM
#36
This makes me think I should definitely open an automatic bitcoin laundering service.
Pay a small fee and get your bitcoins nicely laundered!

Great idea! http://bitcoinlaundry.com/

Glad you like it Cheesy
I think you're missing some key features though

Meh, I'm first to market Smiley

Altavista was first too =)
sr. member
Activity: 360
Merit: 250
December 03, 2010, 10:27:37 AM
#35
This makes me think I should definitely open an automatic bitcoin laundering service.
Pay a small fee and get your bitcoins nicely laundered!

Great idea! http://bitcoinlaundry.com/

Glad you like it Cheesy
I think you're missing some key features though

Meh, I'm first to market Smiley
legendary
Activity: 1372
Merit: 1002
1davout
December 03, 2010, 10:18:54 AM
#34
This makes me think I should definitely open an automatic bitcoin laundering service.
Pay a small fee and get your bitcoins nicely laundered!

Great idea! http://bitcoinlaundry.com/

Glad you like it Cheesy
I think you're missing some key features though
sr. member
Activity: 360
Merit: 250
December 03, 2010, 09:36:32 AM
#33
This makes me think I should definitely open an automatic bitcoin laundering service.
Pay a small fee and get your bitcoins nicely laundered!

Great idea! http://bitcoinlaundry.com/
legendary
Activity: 1304
Merit: 1014
December 03, 2010, 08:12:50 AM
#32
It seems there will also be a huge market for Bitcoin Private Investigation services.

Going to be pretty impossible after I launch this service Smiley

Scammers, send your funds to an address,
people seeking to get extra coins send 5 times as much clean money to the same address.
 
Funds get redispatched between lots of addresses with random amounts,
scammer pays a percentage fee, I get a share, people who provided clean coins get their share


Ummm this thread is supposed to be about solving a scam, not starting new ones.
newbie
Activity: 14
Merit: 0
December 03, 2010, 08:10:29 AM
#31
Scammers, send your funds to an address,
people seeking to get extra coins send 5 times as much clean money to the same address.

For bonus points, occasionally refuse to return the scammers' money!
legendary
Activity: 1372
Merit: 1002
1davout
December 03, 2010, 07:02:02 AM
#30
It seems there will also be a huge market for Bitcoin Private Investigation services.

Going to be pretty impossible after I launch this service Smiley

Scammers, send your funds to an address,
people seeking to get extra coins send 5 times as much clean money to the same address.

Funds get redispatched between lots of addresses with random amounts,
scammer pays a percentage fee, I get a share, people who provided clean coins get their share
donator
Activity: 826
Merit: 1008
December 03, 2010, 06:54:46 AM
#29
It seems there will also be a huge market for Bitcoin Private Investigation services.
legendary
Activity: 1372
Merit: 1002
1davout
December 03, 2010, 02:47:01 AM
#28
This makes me think I should definitely open an automatic bitcoin laundering service.
Pay a small fee and get your bitcoins nicely laundered!
administrator
Activity: 4228
Merit: 8647
December 02, 2010, 10:26:02 PM
#27
So i just noticed this thread (and your pm) as I have not been on the forums for a while. I am not the guy you are looking for I am afraid, though that is my flickr account and I am a technical guy. The 20btcs you are talking about came from https://bitcointalksearch.org/topic/buying-private-investigation-20bc-588 . Hiroe is the one who sent them to me, I do not know Hiroe outside of that single transaction. Hope that helps in someway.

Interesting. We move closer to finding the scammer! Who sent Hiroe 400 coins at 14PG5GCfmGfr2wWLLS9V9B2YeeqiwzNyxj? Whoever that is received coins directly from the scammer.

13PR (scammer) -> 1C3N -> 14PG (Hiroe) -> 1HKY (omegadraconis)
newbie
Activity: 39
Merit: 0
December 02, 2010, 09:41:37 PM
#26
No, I just googled 'omegadraconis'.  Not sure if that's the 'omegadraconis' we are looking for, but the guy does look technical.  Sorry if I made this a witchhunt.  Sad

omegadraconis has received a payment about 20 BC from a guy who has received 200 BC from the scammer. I don't believe that omegadraconis is the scammer. Maybe omegadraconis knows him. I sent omegadraconis a PM.

https://bitcointalksearch.org/user/omegadraconis-597
Last Active:  November 20, 2010, 03:20 am

So i just noticed this thread (and your pm) as I have not been on the forums for a while. I am not the guy you are looking for I am afraid, though that is my flickr account and I am a technical guy. The 20btcs you are talking about came from https://bitcointalksearch.org/topic/buying-private-investigation-20bc-588 . Hiroe is the one who sent them to me, I do not know Hiroe outside of that single transaction. Hope that helps in someway.
newbie
Activity: 12
Merit: 0
November 22, 2010, 05:59:39 PM
#25
No, I just googled 'omegadraconis'.  Not sure if that's the 'omegadraconis' we are looking for, but the guy does look technical.  Sorry if I made this a witchhunt.  Sad

omegadraconis has received a payment about 20 BC from a guy who has received 200 BC from the scammer. I don't believe that omegadraconis is the scammer. Maybe omegadraconis knows him. I sent omegadraconis a PM.

https://bitcointalksearch.org/user/omegadraconis-597
Last Active:  November 20, 2010, 03:20 am
legendary
Activity: 1304
Merit: 1014
November 22, 2010, 05:49:11 PM
#24
No, I just googled 'omegadraconis'.  Not sure if that's the 'omegadraconis' we are looking for, but the guy does look technical.  Sorry if I made this a witchhunt.  Sad
newbie
Activity: 12
Merit: 0
November 22, 2010, 05:41:35 PM
#23
legendary
Activity: 1304
Merit: 1014
lfm
full member
Activity: 196
Merit: 100
November 22, 2010, 12:43:20 PM
#21
Is it right that the scammer 13PRjAZsCx12na84hwjc3uMJkLhU5vDuYm http://theymos.ath.cx:64150/bbe/address/13PRjAZsCx12na84hwjc3uMJkLhU5vDuYm sent 20BC to omegadraconis? https://bitcointalksearch.org/user/omegadraconis-597
Maybe omegadraconis knows this guy.


Indeed the block chain does lead there. There were some steps in between that would, I think, need to be confirmed before a final conclusion could be reached.
newbie
Activity: 12
Merit: 0
November 22, 2010, 09:42:55 AM
#20
Is it right that the scammer 13PRjAZsCx12na84hwjc3uMJkLhU5vDuYm http://theymos.ath.cx:64150/bbe/address/13PRjAZsCx12na84hwjc3uMJkLhU5vDuYm sent 20BC to omegadraconis? https://bitcointalksearch.org/user/omegadraconis-597
Maybe omegadraconis knows this guy.
newbie
Activity: 8
Merit: 0
July 19, 2010, 03:43:34 PM
#19
He may have gotten his name from the great simoleon caper.
member
Activity: 70
Merit: 11
July 19, 2010, 12:52:33 PM
#18
...

This particular example is rather petty to go to that effort but for a worse case it could be made to happen. I'm somewhat concerned that this could end up as a tyranny of the majority.

ByteCoin

This is probably a function better left as part of a reputation system rather than within the monetary system itself.
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