For Those Who Lost The 33 Seed Words

Discussion in 'Seeds' started by RegenX, Feb 19, 2016.

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  1. RegenX

    RegenX Jr. Member

    Jan 2, 2016
    I am still trying to find out who this 'Jesse' person really is, and if the airdrop which was removed from my account was sent to his account.
    As far as expecting the developers to be able to correct this, that Is not the point of why I was posting. I was hoping that the developers
    would help try to find out who Jesse is , and confirm that Jesse transferred the Decred to Jesse's airdrop address/account.
    Once that is done , then Jesse could be contacted directly and 'encouraged' to give back the airdrop which was taken.
  2. tacotime

    tacotime Hero Member

    Dec 7, 2015
    I'm really sorry this happened to you, @RegenX. Unfortunately there isn't much developers or anyone can do. The moment airdrop addresses went into the code and mainnet was launched, all events that transpired after this point were out of anyone's control except those who engaged in transactions.

    Notices were put up in an effort to warn people against this kind of behaviour. It's horrible behaviour that won't be tolerated in this community, but the project's hands are tied aside from asking @Jesse to respond - which they clearly aren't going to do. I wish the best for you, and I'm really sorry you were subject to this. To anyone reading this, as has been said, please do not share your wallet seed with anyone. It's the equivalent of handing over your wallet to them.
  3. koolykg

    koolykg Jr. Member
    Advocate (Facebook)

    Jan 1, 2016
    Exactly!!! Thank you @_ingsoc for responding to this thread. Many of us tried to explain this to Regen-X, but coming from you means a whole lot more!!!
  4. merockstar

    merockstar New Member

    Feb 19, 2016
    Hey @RegenX if you still come here, I'm sorry that happened to you but I don't think it's fair to say the community doesn't care. We just acknowledge there's no action that can really be taken.

    But if you post a new, secure address I'll chip in a couple Decred to your new airdrop.
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  5. Kandiru

    Kandiru Member

    Feb 21, 2016
    #45 Kandiru, Mar 23, 2016
    Last edited: Mar 23, 2016
    The database of airdrop accounts along with the internet identity URL, email address and the first address for their airdrop is under developer control, though? That information could be useful to the police if they investigate the theft of coins. I'm not sure if @RegenX's local police are savvy enough to request it with a warrant, though.
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