BTC address owner


suraj asked 5 months ago

is there any way to know the btc address owner and recover the lost funds,my big fund losted and i can give upto 150000 usd as a bounty who will help me to recover that,i got your site as very reliable so i am here to beg with u for help if its possible sir ): please help me if u can sir

natoshi replied 5 months ago

hello suraj, i understand your desperation as i have also being through that phase before, all i did to recover my coins back was to contact this coins expert who then helped me recover every of my stolen coin, his name is jakob khabensky to message him is wickr username is cybercadet. if you contact him i’m sure you’re going to be helped like he did for me.

natoshi replied 5 months ago

hello suraj, i understand your desperation as i have also being through that phase before, all i did to recover my coins back was to contact this coins expert who then helped me recover every of my stolen coin, his name is jakob khabensky to message him is wickr username is cybercadet. if you contact him i’m sure you’re going to be helped like he did for me.

natoshi replied 5 months ago

hello

Steven Hay replied 5 months ago

Hi Suraj,

By default, Bitcoin addresses are not associated with real identities. Anyone can download a Bitcoin wallet, get any number of addresses, and use them without ever declaring their identity.

However, while the Bitcoin software itself doesn’t recognise real identities, many Bitcoin-related services and activities either require or end up leaking a person’s identity. For example, to sign up with an exchange, it’s often necessary to confirm identity. As another example, someone doing business or accepting donations via Bitcoin will associate themselves with their receiving address.

Over time, the Bitcoin addresses contained within a wallet can become linked due to the way Bitcoin handles change. There are also other ways to link addresses to identities.

So, it’s *possible* to associate an address with an identity, depending on the activities of the address owner. If they are deliberately trying to hide and knowledgable enough to do so effectively, there’s not much chance of doing so.

It sounds to me like you need to consult with experts to have any hope of recovering your funds. And note that even if you discover the identity of the address owner, compelling them to pay back the coins is another matter entirely. What you need is a blockchain analysis expert or company. I believe http://www.chainalysis.com might be a good starting point as they do this sort of investigation work for the IRS.

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