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OTCbid - How this New York couple allegedly stole nearly $12b in bitcoin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

" The hackers had been inside the Bitfinex servers for weeks before attempting the heist. They’d watched users on the cryptocurrency exchange buy and sell bitcoins. They’d studied the commands that controlled the security system. It was as if they were hiding in an air duct above a bank’s vault, watching as tellers meticulously moved cash in and out, looking for vulnerabilities.

They weren’t after bitcoins, exactly. Bitcoins only exist as entries in a database maintained by computers around the world. What they needed were the private keys: cryptographic passwords that would allow them to unlock the coins and move them. Once they found the keys, they struck. At 10:26am on August 2, 2016, the hackers raised the exchange’s daily withdrawal limit to 1 million bitcoins from 2500, more than enough to empty the whole vault. Then, using the private keys, they started broadcasting instructions to transfer Bitfinex’s bitcoins to addresses they controlled on the blockchain. Over the next 3 hours and 51 minutes, the hackers stole 119,754 coins – more than half the holdings of what was then one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges." - Read Full Article

Source: AFR

2K BTC SELLER WITH USDT SWAP

-8% Gross, -4% Net, USDT to BTC Swap

NEW: 2K BTC @ -8% Gross, -4% Net, USDT to BTC Swap - Look For Buyer

(Seller ; AFLE... VER-TELE)

Post: 14.7.22

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  • Seller is selling 2K BTC @ -8% gross, -4% net

  • This won't last long due to discount being offered.

  • Buyer = -4% (buyer pays premium )

  • Sellerside = 2% (closed) 

  • Buyerside = 2% (open) 

  • a. Buyer beneficiary = 1%

  • b. Buyer intermediary = 1%

  • First tranche = 300 BTC

  • Subsequent tranches = 400 BTC​​​

  • I have a seller who has exhausted their coins and only have 2K left

  • Private wallet

  • Straight swap. 8/4 with a Satoshi after signing the Corporate Invoice. 

  • Asking for USDT

  • Willing to go slow in tranches

  • 100 to 200 BTC tranche 

  • Start with a 300 BTC wallet, then a 400 BTC wallet. Coins are in multiple wallets

  • Seller will send Satoshi for each Wallet, and tranche it out.

  • Seller will send a CI, Buyer signs, Seller Counter signs, then add wallets

  • Seller needs the details for the CI if you want to do this 2,000

  • Seller will send BTC to cover commissions per Corporate Invoice

  • PROCEDURES:

  • USDT-ERC20 Conversion Provider Signs Invoice.

  • BTC Provider Countersigns invoice, returns it to USDT-ERC20 Provider and starts the transaction at the agreed time 

  • Satoshi will be made by seller to USDT-ERC20  Providers BTC wallet address. 

  • USDT-ERC20 Provider pays BTC Provider first tranche according to commercial invoice. 

  • Immediately as payment is confirmed, BTC is transferred into the USDT- ERC20 Providers BTC wallet address as provided.

  • USDT-ERC20 Provider confirms BTC Receipt.

  • Above process report until tranche schedule is exhausted

  • USDT-ERC20 & BTC Provider pay their respective facilitators fair shares of 2 %     each as indicated herein. Providing confirmation receipt.

BUYER MANDATE ONLY

Interested parties should contact :

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