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Update on Sophisticated Intrusion/Pilfer of BitInstant (bitcoin exchange) Last Weekend: By CEO C. Shrem.

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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.

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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.
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BitInstant is first US bitcoin exchange to be federally licensed | PayGlobe

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CEO of Bitcoin exchange "BitInstant" arrested for money laundering in relation to Silk Road drug trafficking.

CEO of Bitcoin exchange submitted by john2kxx to Libertarian [link] [comments]

Do you buy your Bitcoins on an exchange such as MtGox Mt Gox , Virtex , BTC-E Bitstamp? Do you prefer to use Bitinstant for the funding or wire transfer?

Bitinstant seems to be the most popular way of funding, but there fees are high. Any other alternatives for funding your favorite exchanges?
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In light of the recent arrest of Charlie Sherm, CEO of the Bitcoin exchange BitInstant.

In light of the recent arrest of Charlie Sherm, CEO of the Bitcoin exchange BitInstant. submitted by anarchochron to AdviceAnimals [link] [comments]

Eigenaar exchange BitInstant en vice-voorzitter van The Bitcoin Foundation gearresteerd

Eigenaar exchange BitInstant en vice-voorzitter van The Bitcoin Foundation gearresteerd submitted by Wim1441 to BitcoinNL [link] [comments]

CampBx Bitfloor Mt Gox ( Mtgox )Aurumxchange fastcash4bitcoins libertybit bitstamp btc-e virtex bitinstant. What are your favorite methods to buy, sell or exchange your bitcoins online?

What are your favorite funding methods?
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Bitcoin Exchange BitInstant CEO Charged With Laundering $1 Million Through Silk Road

Bitcoin Exchange BitInstant CEO Charged With Laundering $1 Million Through Silk Road submitted by domineefh to progressbar [link] [comments]

I'm a newbie. I need help with my first Bitcoin purchase.

I've been reading about Bitcoin since the beginning and I'm just now starting to learn the basics of buying and selling bitcoins.
I've read that to start I should buy at least $100 worth of Bitcoins. However, I don't know how to go about doing this. How do I buy bitcoins? If I were to buy Bitcoins, how would I buy them? Can I sell Bitcoins with PayPal or another payment method?
I plan to buy bitcoins for about $100. I have only one computer and a mobile connection.
If anyone can suggest a guide or some other way to buy bitcoins, I'd greatly appreciate it.
Thanks!
EDIT: Thanks for the great help everyone!
I'm now planning to buy 10 bitcoins and hold them for a while.
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Hackers Pull Off £8,000 Bitcoin Heist - They broke into one of its brokerage accounts, nabbing over $12,000 (£7,965). They were able to take control of Bitinstant's internet domains by convincing its domain registrar, Site5, to hand over control of the company's DNS.

Hackers Pull Off £8,000 Bitcoin Heist - They broke into one of its brokerage accounts, nabbing over $12,000 (£7,965). They were able to take control of Bitinstant's internet domains by convincing its domain registrar, Site5, to hand over control of the company's DNS. submitted by anutensil to technology [link] [comments]

Moronic Monday - It's your weekly stupid questions thread. Please upvote for visibility. I receive no karma for this post.

Hey /SilkRoad , it is time for Moronic Monday!
Post your question - stupid or otherwise - here to get an answer. Anyone can post a question and the community as a whole is invited and encouraged to provide an answer. Many questions get submitted late each week that don't get a lot of action, so if your question didn't get answered before, feel free to post it again.
I do ask that you refrain from abusing noobs in this thread. Feel free to link to guides, wikis, forums, other subreddits (particularly /bitcoin and /drugs [though many on the Bitcoin subreddit don't take real kindly to SR]), or the FAQ, though.
Link semi-related:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aeukmFc3sU
Also, I wanted to mention that scam attempts are ongoing in this subreddit. It's mostly the same guy, probably from China (based on the domain registrar) posting links to a fake Bitcoin exchange with a similar name to a legitimate bitcoin ecommerce site. The site claims to accept Paypal and debit/credit cards for Bitcoin, which no legitimate Bitcoin exchange does directly. He's using a rotating array of obscure URL shorteners to evade the automatic sitewide spam algorithm. His usernames are usually, but not always, gibberish, and usually, but not always, only used to post one comment or link. Some of you report it when you see it, and I'm thankful for that. Downvotes don't put things in the moderation queue, so please always report it when you see it. I delete and ban it when I see it and I know other mods do as well. There are other scams, but that's by far and away the most common one.
Another thing I want to mention is that you should never use onion.to for SR-related tasks. You lose all anonymity by going that route. Your ISP and/or your university IT department can tell exactly what you're looking at if you use it. Even if you visit onion.to using Tor, malicious Tor exist nodes could be used to compromise your anonymity. The Tor Browser Bundle is a seriously easy thing to install and use, and Orweb/Orbot is not much worse.
Useful resources:
http://erowid.org
http://dkn255hz262ypmii.onion
http://dkn255hz262ypmii.onion/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page
reddit.com/Drugs
reddit.com/SilkRoadDeals
reddit.com/nootropics
http://gwern.net
The sidebar -----
Fire away!
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BREAKING: CEO of #Bitcoin exchange arrested for money laundering

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With $1.5M Led By Winklevoss Capital, BitInstant Aims To Be The Go-To Site To Buy And Sell Bitcoins

With $1.5M Led By Winklevoss Capital, BitInstant Aims To Be The Go-To Site To Buy And Sell Bitcoins submitted by IWillNotBiteYourDog to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

What's up with the market today? $.70 increase? Really?

So, bitcoins are now up to $6.5. Wow.
But one has to wonder - why so much interest? I've read all the threads about people having problems getting money out of MtGox...
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Who is the richest Bitcoin owner?

Technically, Bitcoin was worth less than 10 cents per bitcoin upon its inception in 2009. The cryptocurrency has risen steadily since then and is now worth around $6000 per Bitcoin. This is the most remarkable appreciation of the value and has created many millionaires over the last eight years.
Here are the top ten people/institutions that held a large amount of Bitcoins over time:
1. Satoshi Nakamoto
The creator of Bitcoin, who hides behind the moniker Satoshi Nakamoto, remains the major holder of bitcoins. The number of bitcoins that Nakamoto owns today is estimated at around 1.1 million, based on the early mining that he did. This is the equivalent of about $6 billion at today’s exchange rate of 1BTC to 6,098 USD. At least Nakamoto has never touched most of his bitcoins, and neither converted them into real-world currencies nor used them for any other purpose. If he were to sell his entire stash, the value of Bitcoin could plummet in an instant.
2. Bulgaria
Bulgaria is currently sitting on one of the biggest stashes of Bitcoin in the world. How did the European nation come into the possession of this enormous sum of money? A crackdown on organized crime by the Bulgarian law enforcement in May 2017 resulted in the seizure of a stash of 213,519 Bitcoins, enough to pay off a quarter of the country’s national debt.
According to Bulgarian authorities, the criminals used their technical prowess to circumvent taxes. As of June 2018, the virtual coins would be worth more than $1.2 billion. The Bulgarian government has declined to comment on the status of the coins.
3. BitFinex
BitFinex, a crypto exchange, has one of the largest bitcoin wallets with 163,133.38 BTC that are worth approximately $1 billion at the current price of $6,098.24 per bitcoin. The coins are believed to be kept in a cold wallet to protect them from cyber hacks, unauthorized access and other vulnerabilities that a system connected to the internet is prone to.
4. The FBI
The FBI is one of the largest renowned holders of Bitcoin. In September 2013, they brought down Silk Road, the infamous dark web drug bazaar, and seized 144,000 Bitcoin owned by the site’s operator Ross Ulbricht, better known as, “Dread Pirate Roberts”. Ulbricht made critical blunders that allowed investigators to locate the site and link him to it. Users of Silk Road are said to have traded around 9.5 million bitcoins since Ulbricht launched the site in 2011. Even thought the FBI sold a large amount of their Bitcoin holdings or even all, the FBI worth mentioned as they had a fortune in Bitcoin at some point. A large portion of the Bitcoins seized and sold went to Barry Silbert.
5. The Winklevoss Twins
Tyler Winklevoss and Cameron Winklevoss were among the first Bitcoin billionaires. The duo had first gained popularity when they sued the Facebook C.E.O. Mark Zuckerberg for allegedly stealing the idea of creating Facebook from them. They were contacted by Zuckerberg to develop the ConnectU site, which was to become Facebook later on.
They used $11 million of the $65 million cash compensation they received from the legal dispute with Zuckerberg to purchase 1.5 million Bitcoins in 2013. Back then, one Bitcoin traded at $120. That investment has increased more than 20000% since then.
The twins allegedly own around 1 percent of all Bitcoin in circulation. Their combined net worth is approximately 400 million. They created the Windex, funded several bitcoin-related ventures and invested $1.5 million in BitInstant.
6. Garvin Andresen
Although bitcoin is the brainchild of Satoshi Nakamoto, Garvin Andresen is credited as the person who made it what it is today. Garvin is one of the people who has been suspected to be Satoshi, a claim he denies. Rather, he says that he had a close relationship with the anonymous cryptographer for many years. The real Satoshi Nakamoto picked him as his successor in late 2010. Garvin became the chief developer of the open source code that determines how Bitcoin operates – and whether it can survive. He was once paid over $200,000 in Bitcoin by the Bitcoin Foundation for his contributions. He had already cashed out multiple times.
7. Roger Ver
Roger Ver, otherwise known as Bitcoin Jesus, is one of the first Bitcoin billionaires and believed to hold or held at least 100,000 bitcoins. The renowned libertarian allegedly dropped out of college to focus on his bitcoin-related projects. Unlike other crypto billionaires out there who are throwing their cash in the typical private Islands or luxury jets, Ver’s dream is to establish his own libertarian nation where every individual is the absolute owner of their own life and are free to do whatever they wish with their person or property. The controversial bitcoin evangelist renounced his U.S. citizenship in 2014 and relocated permanently to a small Caribbean Island.
8. Barry Silbert
Silbert is a venture capitalist and founder of Digital Currency Group. He was an early adopter of Bitcoin. He purportedly walked away with an eye-watering 48,000 Bitcoins in an auction held by the U.S. Marshals Service in 2014. The US government had confiscated much of the crypto coins from Ross Ulbricht, the alleged operator of the dark web marketplace for drugs and other illegal products. Bitcoin was then worth $350, which means Silbert’s coins have skyrocketed in value from $16.8 million to $288 million.
9. Charlie Shrem
Charlie Shrem is no doubt one of the most controversial Bitcoin millionaires. He invested in a large quantity of Bitcoin in the early days of the cryptocurrency. Shrem was also an active member of the Bitcoin Foundation and founded BitInstant when he was just 22 years old. By the end of December 2014, Shrem had been found guilty of money laundering and received a two-year prison sentence. After his release from federal custody, he unveiled a startup called Intellisys Capital, a company that sells investment portfolios in blockchain companies.
10. Tony Gallippi
A famous business magnate Tony Gallippi is also believed to be one of the big holders of bitcoins. He is the brain behind BitPay, one of the most popular Bitcoin payment service providers in the world. The company was launched in May 2011 and processes over one million dollars per day. Bitpay is also one of the companies to sign contracts with major companies including Microsoft, Dell, TigerDirect, and Newegg. By 2014, the company had employed approximately 100 people.
Conclusion
It is estimated that the top 1000 bitcoin addresses own approximately 35% of the total bitcoin in circulation. There are also thousands of individuals who hold large stashes of bitcoin but have chosen to remain anonymous.
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Why is it so difficult to buy BTC?

I really love the concept of bitcoin and I want to invest in it. I have thousands of dollars that I want to convert to BTC, but I'm finding it nearly impossible and extremely frustrating to get my hands on any. It is almost to point of giving up entirely.
My options: Coinbase.com. I've purchased 15, yes, FIFTEEN, whole bitcoins in the course of 2 weeks, because it takes a whole freaking week for them to transfer them, they cap it at 10 per day, and 99% of the time their capacity has been reached.
MtGox: I cannot believe that this is the #1 bitcoin exchange -- a year ago it looked and acted like it was implemented by cavemen. It was an abomination. It was hacked. And, even the name is stupid. They do not tell you what types of payments they accept unitl you sign up. The charts are offline half of the time I check.
Second of all, you have to provide them with all of your details, and a scanned government issued ID. Seriously? They had their accounts hacked a year ago and now they ask for my passport? My own investment banks do not ask for scanned ids. It is ABSURD.
Dwolla: Before I can even use MtGox, I need to set up another account that requires my entire life story.
So, let's recap what it takes to own this magical "anonymous" currency:
That's it! You're ready to buy bitcoin! Now you can order pizza!
Really, bitcoin, what the fuck? How is this ever going to take off if I, a savvy lifelong user of the internet, with ~$5k that I'm willing to invest in BTC, who already knows about it and wants it quite badly, cannot even get any? This is pathetic.
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AMA about Tether (USDT)

Hello, I trade on 6 different exchanges worldwide. I have deeply looked into the Tether situation since it could become a black swan and put a dent into my crypto wealth.
I have examined all the evidence and opinions and have found them to be unsubstantiated at best malicious at worse.
Ask me anything and I will do my best to give you my opinion on what I have found.
 
My only concerns has evolved into... is the idea of Tethers legal (compared to Liberty Reserve or E-gold). After much research on both companies and thinking it over a lot I feel USDT is actually more legit and better suited because of the openness of the blockchain. I know right??
You see they can control the ecosystem (as they did w hack) in a transparent way and they can control the outflows/inflows with stringent KYC/AML (which they have been- far more stories of people not getting approved than not being able to redeem). Their ToS/KYC/AML make it so no launderer would be foolish enough to use them, especially after hack/roll back.
On the other hand, Lib Res/Egold accepted anyone, proudly claimed to be a money substitute and their closed system provided no transparency and plenty of opportunity for nefarious activities.
 
Some key points
 
NOT more transactions taking place (across all blockchains), NOT more countries buying that didn't before (KRW/JPY), NOT Coinbase user accounts being created at an extraordinary clip this year, or the google search terms increasing exponentially, or crypto twitters growth. All differing metrics pointing to the same thing... demand. No it's easier to believe the volume is fake, wash trading, and fake tethers... all out in the open (BFX DATA) & open ledgers (USDT)
 
"But they have been saying an audit is forthcoming" They didn't increase the total amount to 100 mill till fairly recent. They are not a money making machine, they make money on money sitting in interest-bearing accts and transaction fees between the fiat world. I can see them not wanting to pay for an expensive reputable audit and thinking showing bank statements would suffice, until it didn't. So now an audit is coming.
 
 
Ex2. The amount of tethers to date is enough to horribly crash the markets but not enough to show signs that free money has been pumped into the system. If 100's of millions are pumped into the system it will show divergences (premiums/unpegged) somewhere along the trail.
 
One last thing, what if the worse is true and Tether is not backed, finex is a scam, God doesn't exist, and Trump gets elected a second term (last 2 a joke, obviously)? IMO, it creates a massive buying opportunity. There is nothing wrong with bitcoin/crypto, nothing wrong with its use case, technology or value system. Just an alt currency that only had to have the funds in account. Yes, there will be a short game of hot potato that drives Tether to zero, but that is it. Nothing fundamentally wrong w crypto. Plus I'm not 100% sure the exiting of USDT would not drive crypto higher.
Yes, some exchanges will lose their rep, customers, and traders will lose their stablecoin but perhaps that's the goal, IDK? Who benefits from failed stablecoin? FIAT, banks? One thing is for sure USDT has brought on many more exchanges, IMO is a good thing.
Also, I don't believe Tether to be the ideal way to a stablecoin. But it came along 3 years ago w no better options, has held it's pegged (even now under fire), opened up liquidity past strict/biased/predatory banking infrastructure (who benefits if USDT goes down again?). Maybe that is why they are looking into an ERC20 token that may be verified in real-time, IDK.
 
Good day to you Ladies and Gents..
 
P.S. I post my real trades on twitter @SirLamboMoon - Follow to see if I am worth a damn. I don't share charts and analyze what happenED and be as cryptic as possible about the future. I actually put my entries, targets, and stops. I developed a trading system that has been muy caliente. More info here.. https://www.reddit.com/useSirLamboMoon/comments/7cp2o7/the_system_strategy/
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AMA about Tether (USDT)

Hello, I trade on 6 different exchanges worldwide. I have deeply looked into the Tether situation since it could become a black swan and put a dent into my crypto wealth.
I have examined all the evidence and opinions and have found them to be unsubstantiated at best malicious at worse.
Ask me anything and I will do my best to give you my opinion on what I have found.
 
My only concerns has evolved into... is the idea of Tethers legal (compared to Liberty Reserve or E-gold). After much research on both companies and thinking it over a lot I feel USDT is actually more legit and better suited because of the openness of the blockchain. I know right??
You see they can control the ecosystem (as they did w hack) in a transparent way and they can control the outflows/inflows with stringent KYC/AML (which they have been- far more stories of people not getting approved than not being able to redeem). Their ToS/KYC/AML make it so no launderer would be foolish enough to use them, especially after hack/roll back.
On the other hand, Lib Res/Egold accepted anyone, proudly claimed to be a money substitute and their closed system provided no transparency and plenty of opportunity for nefarious activities.
 
Some key points
 
NOT more transactions taking place (across all blockchains), NOT more countries buying that didn't before (KRW/JPY), NOT Coinbase user accounts being created at an extraordinary clip this year, or the google search terms increasing exponentially, or crypto twitters growth. All differing metrics pointing to the same thing... demand. No it's easier to believe the volume is fake, wash trading, and fake tethers... all out in the open (BFX DATA) & open ledgers (USDT)
 
"But they have been saying an audit is forthcoming" They didn't increase the total amount to 100 mill till fairly recent. They are not a money making machine, they make money on money sitting in interest-bearing accts and transaction fees between the fiat world. I can see them not wanting to pay for an expensive reputable audit and thinking showing bank statements would suffice, until it didn't. So now an audit is coming.
 
 
Ex2. The amount of tethers to date is enough to horribly crash the markets but not enough to show signs that free money has been pumped into the system. If 100's of millions are pumped into the system it will show divergences (premiums/unpegged) somewhere along the trail.
 
One last thing, what if the worse is true and Tether is not backed, finex is a scam, God doesn't exist, and Trump gets elected a second term (last 2 a joke, obviously)? IMO, it creates a massive buying opportunity. There is nothing wrong with bitcoin/crypto, nothing wrong with its use case, technology or value system. Just an alt currency that only had to have the funds in account. Yes, there will be a short game of hot potato that drives Tether to zero, but that is it. Nothing fundamentally wrong w crypto. Plus I'm not 100% sure the exiting of USDT would not drive crypto higher.
Yes, some exchanges will lose their rep, customers, and traders will lose their stablecoin but perhaps that's the goal, IDK? Who benefits from failed stablecoin? FIAT, banks? One thing is for sure USDT has brought on many more exchanges, IMO is a good thing.
Also, I don't believe Tether to be the ideal way to a stablecoin. But it came along 3 years ago w no better options, has held it's pegged (even now under fire), opened up liquidity past strict/biased/predatory banking infrastructure (who benefits if USDT goes down again?). Maybe that is why they are looking into an ERC20 token that may be verified in real-time, IDK.
 
Good day to you Ladies and Gents..
 
P.S. I post my real trades on twitter @SirLamboMoon - Follow to see if I am worth a damn. I don't share charts and analyze what happenED and be as cryptic as possible about the future. I actually put my entries, targets, and stops. I developed a trading system that has been muy caliente. More info here.. https://www.reddit.com/useSirLamboMoon/comments/7cp2o7/the_system_strategy/
 
EDIT: was told to put an address for the headache I'm about to receive, lol. 1GTtVVfECQvecTtqUoWhXi7pYuWz5KzzTm
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Secret URL where you can see bitinstant's new site.

Secret URL where you can see bitinstant's new site. submitted by Grintor to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Everyone is waiting for BitInstant's debit card, while good guys at Bitcurex have been offering their debit cards for awhile now...

Everyone is waiting for BitInstant's debit card, while good guys at Bitcurex have been offering their debit cards for awhile now... submitted by ThePiachu to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Update on Weekend BitInstant Transactions

Good Morning All!
Essentially on Friday BitInstant, Coinapult, MtGox, BTCe, and possibly others (unconfirmed reports of Ozcoin) were attacked.
This attack was not just a DOS attack, rather the hacker attempted to change passwords, API keys, and generally fuck up our whole system.
Not only this, but it caused major issues and code breaks in the API used for BitInstant to talk to its partner exchanges where we buy BTC as soon as your deposit is made.
All funds are safe, nothing was lost.
We immediately took BTCe offline, Bitcoin-Address, and Bitcoin-to-email as well.
Now, BTCe is back online and has been since Saturday.
We've been awake the past few days 24 hours and looking to have Bitcoin-Address, and Bitcoin-to-email back tonight EST.
All orders that were delayed will have their fees fully refunded as well as BTC prices honored as early back as Friday when your deposit was made.
I want to take this time and thank my super devoted team of developers and customer support. They have not slept all weekend, making sure everyone's emails, chats, and calls have been answered within minutes.
Thanks for your continuing business and support
Charlie
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