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I would like to know if there is a possibility to track my Bitcoin transfers after they have been exchanged to another crypto. There is always a possibility but it is generally beyond the capabilities and resources of a single victim. If you and other identifiable victims have lost the equivalent of millions of dollars then you may be able to get local ...


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Your analysis with poloniex is right and they are furthermore very likely a huobi.com client. You need to get law enforcements help to contact the exchange in order to freeze available funds of the scammer or to get his id or bank data.


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Satoshi Nakamoto originally worked to overcome the problems inherent with a timestamp server in his whitepaper, "Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System," so it is obvious that more than a timestamp server is required to be a blockchain. Fortunately, the prevailing implementation of his concept has multiple methods to prevent timestamp ...


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After perusing Satoshi Nakamoto's original paper and this web site, it turns out the only reason time stamps even matter is for implementing what Nakamoto calls the "moving average targeting an average number of blocks per hour" such that if blocks "are generated too fast, the [proof-of-work] difficulty increases." According to the ...


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However, why would anyone spend it if it is a store of value and the price is quickly going up, which make it bad as a currency? Exchange rate of BTC going up in terms of USD does not make it a bad currency. Other way to look at it is USD going down in terms of BTC or purchasing power. Consider an example: Alice has 10 BTC in cold storage and 1000 USD in ...


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