Silk Road 2.0 Hack/Theft of $2.7 in BitCoin

Discussion in 'Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency' started by Gape Van Damme, Feb 14, 2014.

  1. I am a proponent of the Deep Web/TOR, however, this situation goes to show you that cryptocurrency and anonymity networks are still susceptible to in-house theft and hacking.

    www. deepdotweb.com/2014/02/13/silk-road-2-hacked-bitcoins-stolen-unknown-amount

    Edited: Edited so as not to link-back to forum.
     
  2. Big_paul

    Big_paul Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    is that 2.7 million? thats going to screw things up a bit?
     
  3. Holl

    Holl Member

    Sorry but too Mission Impossibly for me. Give me a solid guy who answers all his emails, delivers when and what he says and forget trying to triangulate 7 connections across 5 continents, encrypted with 3 levels..blah blah.

    Sorry but we are buying steroids not weapons grade plutonium.
     
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  4. Millard Baker

    Millard Baker Member

    Steroid dealers may be the ones most concerned about these protections although some steroid consumers have a lot to lose as well and benefit too.

    Yeah, selling steroids isn't weapons grade plutonium but its enough for the POTUS to put a steroid dealer on the Kingpin list, enough for DEA to spend tens of millions of dollars to travel to foreign countries to set up/arrest/extradite steroid dealers and enough for INTERPOL to put steroid dealers on their most wanted list.

    It all sounds silly. But being a steroid dealer is not without its occupational hazards.
     
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  5. mands

    mands Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    Rumor has it they found the persons responsible. Owner is going to try and pay back all bitcoins stolen and do without escrow for the Vendors.

    Escrow for consumers is ideal. For the Vendors not so much.

    mands
     
  6. Big_paul

    Big_paul Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    hell all we want to do is look good. its a modern day witch hunt witch hunt.