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I forgot about my Bitcoin from 2012

Was going to buy something off Silk Road and pussied out and forgot about it. Probably had around 10 BTCs?
My emails show Bitme and VirWox. No clue on private key but I know transaction ids. Any chance as to how I can access those funds? I’m so retarded.
Is it game over if I don’t know my Private Key or can they be traced by looking at my transaction Ids?? And somehow bring the dot together. Been through multiple laptops in between so not stored in hardware.
I could try to search but how many digits are they usually for that time period? Like do they start with some number or letter? What’s the length size?
I wonder if I can search for a string using python by getting my email API and search for the string that fits the mold. I’m done if I wrote it on some post it’s.
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12-04 11:13 - 'Have a Look at the Most Valuable Companies in Crypto Space' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/MonteCarloDEX removed from /r/Bitcoin within 465-475min

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Many things have been said about the champions who have been at the forefront of making things happen in the crypto space but not much has been known about them. The list below and the descriptions indicate the biggest companies in the industry not only by valuation and capitalization but also by goodwill and corporate presence both online and offline as well. They shall be listed in no particular order of preference.

Ripple (Valuation of about $5 Billion)

Many people have heard one way or the other about [Ripple Labs Inc]1 . It is widely associated with the now popular [XRP]2 token as it uses this coin in its solutions. Ripple Labs owns and runs RipppleNet. Driven by what is referred to as the Ripple Protocol Consensus Algorithm (RPCA), RippleNet is used for all kinds of transactions between financial institutions but with the introduction of new tools different kinds of platforms will be able to run off it making Ripple be not only the darling of the financial services sector but also to be one of the cryptocurrency companies to watch out for come next year. Ripple has been [tipped]3 to be worth about $5 billion.

Circle (about $3 Billion)

While [Circle]4 is quite popular these days with its hands in many pies in the crypto space, this cryptocurrency unicorn started out as a service where you could buy [Bitcoin]5 with credit card and has grown to be one of the most dynamic organizations out there also with its own stablecoin USDcoin which is tied to the United States Dollar. Sources indicate that Circle achieved its $3 billion valuation after a funding round of about $100 million last year.

Bitmain (about $12 Billion)

Now everyone knows that [Bitmain]6 is by far the largest cryptocurrency corporate organization by sheer size and valuation. Owning the world’s largest cryptocurrency mining facilities and being a major hardware manufacturer of cryptocurrency mining equipment, Bitmain has overtaken just about everyone else to be at the top when it comes to valuations. This does not mean however that it hasn’t had its share of corporate issues. Sources [estimated]7 last year that the total valuation of Bitmain stood at $12 billion.

Binance (about $2 Billion)

[Binance]8 is quite popular in the crypto space as it is one of the most popular cryptocurrency exchanges at the moment. Its premier position in terms of trading volume (as the second largest) has only made it more obvious that it holds the top spot in the hearts and minds of many within the industry. Apart from trading cryptocurrencies, Binance is also known for other products such as [Binance Coin]9 and its decentralized trading blockchain Binance Chain. CEO Changpeng “CZ” Zhao has [indicated]10 that Binance is worth at least $ 2 billion or more.

Canaan Creative (about $2 Billion)

While maybe not many new people know about this particular cryptocurrency mining company, Canaan Creative is also one of the leaders when it comes to cryptocurrency mining. Even though the company itself hasn’t been dong well as of late, it is still punching above its weight when it comes to having superstar status. Reports have it that the recent [IPO]11 places it at a little over $ 2 billion.

Coinbase (about $8 Billion)

We all know [Coinbase]12 and its cryptocurrency exchange platform were one way or the other going to be on the list. With other products such as the recently introduced Coinbase Prime, Coinbase Custody and even Coinbase Commerce, Coinbase is indeed on a curve to grow exponentially. So much so that the cryptocurrency exchange put its [valuation]13 at $8 billion last year after finishing its series E round of financing.

BitMEX (around $3 Billion)

With an innovative cryptocurrency trading platform that offers more than the usual trading of cryptocurrencies ( futures and perpetual contracts as well), [BitMEX]14 enables traders to use the necessary leverage to enhance the potential for profit as well. Reports [indicate]15 that BitMEX is worth $3.6 billion from last year although other reports contradict this and put the valuation at around $1 billion.

Robinhood (about $7 Billion)

[Robinhood]16 has created a more centrist appeal than many other cryptocurrency trading platforms. This has led to its massive success as its main focus are the millennials. Robinhood took off in the beginning as a fee-free stock trading platform. Its valuation at around $7 billion was [reported]17 earlier this year and this, of course, makes it be a force to be reckoned within the industry.

Block.One (around $3 Billion)

[Block.One]18 has been one of those organizations that have scaled through all the odds when it comes to corporate-startup challenges. Being a contender for the throne of king of Decentralized Applications, Block.One it has been [reported]19 has a valuation of about $3 billion with a significant majority of its holdings in fiat assets surprisingly for a company that rules its share of the crypto space.

Kraken (about $4 Billion)

[Kraken]20 is one of the premier cryptocurrency exchanges. This goes without saying that the recent [acquisition]21 of a futures trading platform and the closing of its last [funding round]22 to the tune of $13 million had quite a bit to do with its recent $ 4 billion valuation. It has, of course, raised the bar for the cryptocurrency trading platform whose future had reportedly been in the doldrums prior to the acquisition and new funding round.

Is It All about Money?

While the performance of the companies is as important as the reason that they were set up or are operational in the first place, the basic reason for the consideration of the most valued companies in terms of valuation is to gauge the health of the corporate actors currently on the big stage within the crypto space.
This also indicates the direction that the sphere is going in; the direction of greater adoption and inclusion in normal day-to-day events. One thing is certain from the above: a new industry has been born and those who can catch the “crypto-fire” may one day be also among these above-listed companies as many others are in fierce pursuit of being unicorns themselves.
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Once had hundreds of coins... cashed out / donated the rest so I could "take life seriously" and get a "real job". Now I'm broke, miserable, and well, screwed.

So I was an early adopter of Bitcoin, I spent MONTHS mining coins, mined just over 400 of them in the early days when CPU and GPU mining made sense, and well, the community was close-knit including IRC chats and the OTC market. I donated many coins to fountains, sent some to startup exchanges and even once tried creating my own exchange with a few friends that was going to, at the time, rival Mt.Gox (Called Bitme that later flopped).
After the first big crash of bitcoin, and my entry into the "job market" as I needed to start paying off the 100k in student loans I had, I decided to sell out whatever coins I had left (that I didn't get scammed out of on the OTC IRC channel). I remember losing 9 bitcoins to a scam when they were worth only $20 a piece and how awful it made me feel... I needed the money to pay my minimum loan payments, so I cashed out everything I had, all ~80 remaining coins except for 10...
Well I had a friend and with those 10 coins remaining, as a graduation gift, I gave him those 10 coins, the price now down to $10 each as I knew he was just getting started into bitcoin and he thought it was awesome I'd just give him 10 coins to get started. to me, it was a $100 gift that might be worth $200 or $500 some day, maybe $0. Bitcoin's future was uncertain.
Fast forward to today. The price hits $11,000 USD yesterday Every day since that day I sold all those coins and cashed out to pay my $1000/monthly minimum loan payments (All Interest) I die a little inside realizing I could have had just over $800,000 if only I hadn't sold them back then and given up. Every time I pay these loans, and realize that I'll continue paying for another 40 years (i'm 30 btw) I die a little inside. I watch over 3/4 of my paycheck each month go towards rent and student loans, whatever is left is for food. I don't have much of a life, for me, there is no "American Dream" of having a great job and starting a family, and owning a car, etc... yeah, I have a great job, but all the money I make goes to bills, I dont' see a dime of it.
I was told to "Give up" on bitcoin and "Take my life seriously or I'll end up broke and on the street unless I start working full time and putting away the "toys" called computers". Worst advice I've ever taken. I now feel that I only exist on this earth to pay down debt that may never be paid off, that is if I live to 70 years old.
I've tried getting back into bitcoin... I've tried mining, but it's no use... my hardware is too old... it's not a game for old dogs anymore and it's too expensive to buy back in.
this said, I figured this was worth a shot. I don't expect thousands, I don't expect hundreds, hell I don't even expect $1. but anything, even a small amount, even 0.00000001 BTC that goes towards these loans that are slowly killing me will help.
So if you've made it this far, I hope you can understand where i'm coming from. I figure, if everyone even gave up $0.50 cents of bitcoin, it might help me make a dent in these loans, and for once, I could actually live a life outside of work, eat, sleep just to pay loans.
My Bitcoin address is:
18c6jWENxdPtSFJ75EZQnjXVc2Qpcrx845
Again, anything is helpful. I'm not asking for much, just a penny here, penny there, I just hope maybe, enough people will help and I'll be able to pay off some of one of these loans... so please, if you feel kind, I promise to pay it forward some day, I always have and always do. Just please help me this once.
Since it was asked, here is the transaction info for the 10 coins I sent to my friend back in 2012.
Status: 124768 confirmations Date: 2/3/2012 02:56 To: 1EZC7Sxm8rLMSixjrERWy735ZSr37UZfe4 Debit: -10.05000000 BTC Net amount: -10.05000000 BTC Transaction ID: 6390223cad22ee1d6894aa22c4aee10f86ec5f68f2c49fa046ead699d020176e Transaction total size: 2959 bytes Output index: 1
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Cloudflare: the panopticon of the bitcoin economy.

In a community that prizes decentralization, I'm a bit surprised by the popularity of a single traffic-centralizing service.
A US government agency can, with a single warrantless and self-gagging National Security Letter to cloudflare, intercept the traffic of the following bitcoin exchanges: Mtgox, BTC-E, BitStamp, CampBX, Kapiton, BitMe, and probably others. NSLs are not the only instrument available, but at the moment they're the easiest to use and are subject to zero oversight.
These exchanges have surrendered their SSL keys to cloudflare. Think about that. A single wiretap at the cloudflare HQ can watch everything that goes in or out of the exchange, even under SSL encryption: which bank you wired funds to/from, which bitcoin addresses you used for deposit/withdrawal, who you sent codes to, etc, etc. Then there are the second-order possibilities: correlating activities across exchanges. And it's not just the exchanges: many of the other "big names" in bitcoin are cloudflare sites. Bit-pay, for one.
Granted, points of interface between the bitcoin economy and fiat economy are always going to be subject to some sort of oversight; we know that AML is unavoidable. But having the exchanges keep records is quite different from the authorities being able to effortlessly and unaccountably wiretap all of the exchanges with a single NSL to a single provider. That's too tempting not to abuse.
Am I paranoid or is anybody else concerned about this?
I also think the non-MtGox exchanges are overestimating the value of this DDOS protection, but I'll spell that out in a comment to avoid derailing the discussion.
(*) I know for sure that Kapiton and BitMe (edit: and MtGox) gave up their SSL keys. For the rest, if they haven't, they're "doing it wrong" and aren't getting DDOS protection on the most important part of their site. I find that pretty hard to believe, and if it's true maybe that's news in and of itself.
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11-12 13:53 - 'Coinbase is a bank, funded and created by the banksters (BBVA) and will always act like a bank (aka fuck you). Do you still trust a bank? / Bitcoin IS NOT ONLY Coinbase... try looking outside the crystal dome you are living...' by /u/Bitcoin-Yoda removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-7min

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Coinbase is a bank, funded and created by the banksters (BBVA) and will always act like a bank (aka fuck you). Do you still trust a bank? Bitcoin IS NOT ONLY Coinbase... try looking outside the crystal dome you are living, there are many ways to get BTC and wallets that gives you 100% control of your keys. Wallets: [link]2 . Choose those which respect [The Golden Rule of Bitcoin]1 Exchanges: Here are some other places where you can start buying BTC with no feafrustration: [link]3 - P2P decentralized exchange, strongly recommended [link]4 [link]5 - buy btc at local shops in AT [link]6 - ATM list [link]7 [link]8 - buy from local stores in US [link]9 - US, integrated into Mycelium and Airbitz wallets [link]10 - P2P exchange, but be aware that they are sharing users data with govs [link]11 - buy BTC with coupons in gas stations (EU) [link]12 - pay easy with debit/credit cards and many other methods [link]13 [link]14 [link]15 [link]16 - cash or cards in almost all countries [link]17 - instant buy with cards and vouchers [link]18 - instant buy with cards and vouchers [link]19 - buy instant with debit, cash, flexepin in CA [link]20 - buy BTC or exchange BTC for cash to any ATM in EU [link]21 - buy in UK [link]22 [link]23 [link]24 - BTC with CC [link]25 [link]26 [link]27 - no registration [link]28 - mobile app to buy/sell BTC with cards [link]29 [link]30 - buy BTC with no account required, with cash to ATMs in EU [link]31 [link]32 - buy with cards in India [link]33 - nice app to buy in India [link]34 - buy BTC in India [link]35 - buy BTC in Brazil [link]36 [link]37 [link]38 [link]39 - buy in AUS with cash, ATM [link]40 - trade BTC in AUS [link]41 [link]42 [link]43 [link]44 [link]45 [link]46 [link]47 [link]48 [link]49 [link]50 [link]51 [link]44 If still is not enough check here more [link]53 [link]54 [link]55 [link]56 Another useful tools: [link]57 - receive salary in BTC [link]58 - pay bills - EU [link]59 - pay bills - EU [link]60 - pay bills in PL [link]61 - buy BTC, receive wages, pay bills - EU, maybe CA, US, MEX [link]62 - EU [link]63 - pay bills in US [link]64 - pay bills in US [link]65 - pay bills - CA [link]66 - pay bills, get wages - AUS [link]67 - pay bills AUS [link]68 - pay bills, receive wages, recharge phones credit - PH [link]69 - pay bills etc - PH [link]70 - pay bills Thailand - TH [link]71 - AUS [link]72 - international Instant exchanges/shapeshifting [link]73 [link]74 [link]75 [link]76 [link]77
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Here are some other places where you can start buying BTC with no feafrustration: [link]1 - P2P decentralized exchange, strongly recommended [link]2 [link]3 - ATM list [link]4 [link]5 - buy from local stores in US [link]6 - US, integrated into Mycelium and Airbitz wallets [link]7 - P2P exchange [link]8 - buy BTC with coupons in gas stations (EU) [link]9 - pay easy with debit/credit cards and many other methods [link]10 [link]11 [link]12 [link]13 - cash or cards in almost all countries [link]14 - instant buy with cards and vouchers [link]15 - instant buy with cards and vouchers [link]16 - buy instant with debit, cash, flexepinin CA [link]17 - buy BTC or exchange BTC for cash to any ATM in EU [link]18 [link]19 - BTC with CC [link]20 [link]21 [link]22 - no registration [link]23 - nice mobile app to buy/sell BTC with cards [link]24 [link]25 - buy BTC with no account required, with cash to ATMs in EU [link]26 [link]27 - buy with cards in India [link]28 - nice app to buy in India [link]29 - buy BTC in India [link]30 [link]31 [link]32 [link]33 - buy in AUS with cash, ATM [link]34 - trade BTC in AUS [link]35 [link]36 [link]37 [link]38 [link]39 [link]40 [link]41 [link]42 [link]43 [link]44 [link]45 [link]38 If still is not enough check here more [link]47 [link]48 [link]49 [link]50 [link]51 Another useful tools: [link]52 [link]53 - buy BTC, receive wages, pay bills - EU [link]54 - pay bills - EU [link]55 - pay bills - EU [link]56 - buy BTC, receive wages, pay bills - EU, maybe CA, US, MEX [link]57 - EU [link]58 - pay bills in US [link]59 - pay bills in US [link]60 - pay bills - CA [link]61 - pay bills, get wages - AUS [link]62 - pay bills AUS [link]63 - pay bills, receive wages, recharge phones credit - PH [link]64 - pay bills etc - PH [link]65 - pay bills Thailand - TH [link]66 - AUS [link]67 - international Instant exchanges/shapeshifting [link]68 [link]69 [link]70
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Coinbase is the last place from where you should buy BTC. Is just a crocodile pit. Here are some other places where you can start buying BTC with no feafrustration: [link]1 - P2P decentralized exchange, strongly recommended [link]2 - US & Canada, integrated into Mycelium and Airbitz wallets [link]3 - P2P exchange [link]4 - pay easy with debit/credit cards and many other methods [link]5 - trade and exchange with bank accounts, cards [link]6 [link]7 [link]8 - buy BTC or exchange BTC for cash to ATM in EU [link]9 [link]10 - nice mobile app to buy/sell BTC with cards [link]11 [link]12 - buy BTC with no account required, with cash to ATMs in EU [link]13 [link]14 [link]15 [link]16 - buy with cards in India [link]17 - nice app to buy in India [link]16 - buy with cards in India [link]19 [link]20 [link]21 [link]22 [link]23 And the list goes on and on... [link]24 Another useful tools: [link]25 - buy BTC, receive wages, pay bills [link]26 - buy BTC, receive wages, pay bills [link]27 - pay bills in US [link]28 - pay bills [link]29 - pay bills [link]30 - pay bills [link]31 [link]32 - pay bills, receive wages, recharge phones credit [link]33 - recharge your phone credit [link]34 [link]35 [link]36 Instant exchanges/shapeshifting [link]37 [link]38 [link]39
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