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Please help! I know the punks who stole my bitcoin!!

I am new and learning but am certain bitcoin is the future. I took my life savings and bought 10btc. I had my wallet on my main android phone and backup copy of my wallet on an old iphone. These 2 new 'friends' i was helping move to Los Angeles, must have seen me use my cellphone password. They stole my old iphone and then used my password to transfer all my 10btc to a different wallet. I tracked that wallet to an ATM in Las Vegas, where they used their own cell phone number to confirm the cash withdraw.
I gave the local cops all the info they need to prove they stole my bitcoin, even the ATM has the footage of them on video. My icloud is offline and cleared out. They are on the run and can be in any state. Their families are in TN and MI. They are 21 & 22. They probably gambled and drank it all away already. I found their facebook and saw they had many arrests for theft & drugs & firearms, but only one conviction ever. Their parents must keep paying lawyers to get them off. I need help to stop them, before the steal more or get people hurt.
The cops are not doing every much. They are calling them daily, no answer, to hear their side of the 'story'. How do i get someone to help stop them?? Ideas?? Please help!! Its all the money i ever had. I realize i made bad mistakes, but what these guys do to others is evil. What do i do now? Any help?
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I am new and learning but am certain bitcoin is the future. I took my life savings and bought 10btc. I had my wallet on my main android phone and backup copy of my wallet on an old iphone. These 2 new 'friends' i was helping move to Los Angeles, must have seen me use my cellphone password. They stole my old iphone and then used my password to transfer all my 10btc to a different wallet. I tracked that wallet to an ATM in Las Vegas, where they used their own cell phone number to confirm the cash withdraw.
I gave the local cops all the info they need to prove they stole my bitcoin, even the ATM has the footage of them on video. My icloud is offline and cleared out. They are on the run and can be in any state. Their families are in TN and MI. They are 21 & 22. They probably gambled and drank it all away already. I found their facebook and saw they had many arrests for theft & drugs & firearms, but only one conviction ever. Their parents must keep paying lawyers to get them off. I need help to stop them, before the steal more or get people hurt.
The cops are not doing every much. They are calling them daily, no answer, to hear their side of the 'story'. How do i get someone to help stop them?? Ideas?? Please help!! Its all the money i ever had. I realize i made bad mistakes, but what these guys do to others is evil. What do i do now? Any help?
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Subreddit Stats: Bitcoin posts from 2018-10-09 to 2018-10-16 19:41 PDT

Period: 7.10 days
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Total 765 10226
Rate (per day) 107.80 1494.28
Unique Redditors 596 3440
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BitAccess ATM saved my ass in Vegas

Traveler from Europe and staying in Las Vegas for a week.
For whatever reason, my credit card stopped working yesterday, even though my online banking web-UI shows that everything is covered. Of couse, no email from them, no call, nothing. Fraud protection gone awry? Who knows...
I had little cash left and no intention of wasting money on an expensive call to my bank for a small chance to get this fixed in time.
Luckily, I still have some BTC in my mobile wallet, and went to this Robocoin ATM. This one was pretty useless. The UI was clunky and hard to use. After "successful" registration that involved hitting tiny UI elements on a bad touchscreen, scanning my ID and getting a picture of my face, my "withdrawal limit" was apparently $0.
Fortunately, there was competition in walking distance! The BitAccess ATM only wanted my phone number and I could get cash out. The UI was a little bit glitchy, since it doesn't really tell you that the Tx was received. The machine shows a QR code with a 5min countdown that keeps running after you've sent your BTC. Don't panic, it's waiting for miner confirmation or something. It would be nice if the machine acknowledged that it has seen the tx on network.
I could even use the receipt for a 2-for-1 deal at the Ketchup Burger!
(throwaway for privacy and such.)
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Help me catch these punks that stole my bitcoin!!

I am new and learning but am certain bitcoin is the future. I took my life savings and bought 10btc. I had my wallet on my main android phone and backup copy of my wallet on an old iphone. These 2 new 'friends' i was helping move to Los Angeles, must have seen me use my cellphone password. They stole my old iphone and then used my password to transfer all my 10btc to a different wallet. I tracked that wallet to an ATM in Las Vegas, where they used their own cell phone number to confirm the cash withdraw.
I gave the local cops all the info they need to prove they stole my bitcoin, even the ATM has the footage of them on video. My icloud is offline and cleared out. They are on the run and can be in any state. Their families are in TN and MI. They are 21 & 22. They probably gambled and drank it all away already. I found their facebook and saw they had many arrests for theft & drugs & firearms, but only one conviction ever. Their parents must keep paying lawyers to get them off. I need help to stop them, before the steal more or get people hurt.
The cops are not doing every much. They are calling them daily, no answer, to hear their side of the 'story'. How do i get someone to help stop them?? Ideas?? Please help!! Its all the money i ever had. I realize i made bad mistakes, but what these guys do to others is evil. What do i do now? Any help?
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Bitcoin in places like Las Vegas and Atlantic City

So, I'm sure many of us are aware of Bitcoin's use in online gaming; lots of sites facilitate games played directly in BTC or allow for deposits/withdrawals converting through BTC.
What about places where people go for in-person gambling? Does anyone have experience financing a trip and mostly living off of BTC, or even placing bets in person?
I got back from a trip to Las Vegas recently, and from my limited experience I have to say there's some room for improvement on the adoption front. Google makes it look like there was a surge in interest a couple years ago, but I don't think it's persisted.
For example, in downtown Vegas at the Fremont Street Experience, the big displays outside the D casino will tell you that the D and its sister property Golden Gate casino both accept Bitcoin. However, when I went to the Golden Gate to ask about it, the hotel clerk didn't seem that knowledgeable about it (I got the "it's like internet money" line when they thought I was asking what Bitcoin was) and referred me to the D, where they apparently had a bitcoin ATM.
Over at the D, the front desk pointed me to a Coin Cloud machine next to the gift shop. Unfortunately, the machine had a blank screen and unresponsive touchscreen even though it was apparently powered on. None of the staff knew much about the machine (it was all handled by a third party) and referred me to the support contact info on the side of the machine, who promised to look into it. (Additionally, I just now checked out the D's website where I tried to book a room and didn't see BTC available as a payment option.)
Disappointed but not dismayed, I checked out a bitcoin map app on my phone that pointed me to a bar called Gold Strike nearby which also supposedly had a bitcoin ATM. Unfortunately, the bouncer had no idea what I was talking about when I asked and referred me to the two regular ATMs they had in the establishment.
The main reason I needed a Bitcoin ATM that night was that I had hit my debit card's withdrawal limit for the day, but I wanted to get a few extra dollars to bet on $5 craps games with to pass the time. I ended up waiting until past midnight for the debit card to allow another withdrawal, which I was thankfully able to profit from for a change (between poker and a timely bet on Sergio Garcia).
Anyway, here's hoping we can make some progress with education that will lead to more adoption, especially in tourism oriented areas like Las Vegas.
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Went to Vegas with only Bitcoin - ATM Success story

I am just back from a short vacation to Las Vegas. I want to share this short story about my experience with a Bitcoin ATM in Vegas.
After researching online what ATM's were available I decided on a Robocoin ATM located centrally on the strip operated by coincloudatm.com. The absolute great thing about this Robocoin ATM was that you can preload your wallet at home, and just go to the ATM to withdraw cash without any delays. Furthermore they have 2FA as a so you don't even need a cellphone connection (to receive confirmation codes) to withdraw. This is a really amazing feature from Robocoin and I have to give them credit for this.
I went ahead and withdrew a decent amount of cash, all seemed to work fine.. but during the payout process the machine decided to randomly crash and restart. Very inconvenient to say the least. After retrying the process my fear became reality, the ATM showed 0$ balance. So much for Vegas on solely Bitcoin I thought.
Mailing the Robocoin support desk took around 24 hours for a resolution, so that's very impractical for bugs of this calibre. So I contacted the owner of Coincloudatm.com who operates the ATM. Even though he can't give support on the Robocoin software itself, Chris (the owner) immediately took action, he drove straight to the machine to hand count the cash and verify the crash and payed me personally within the hour. He even offered me a ride back to my hotel.
This is a great example on how the Bitcoin entrepreneur makes all the difference, as this potentially could have turned in a nightmare for me. So I would definitely recommend anyone who is going to Vegas to use Chris's (coinclouds) ATM, this guy will go out of his way to make sure you are leaving as a satisfied customer and deserves the credit.
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09-23 23:42 - 'Please help! I know the punks who stole my bitcoin!!' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/BitcoinsAnonymous removed from /r/Bitcoin within 26-36min

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I am new and learning but am certain bitcoin is the future. I took my life savings and bought 10btc. I had my wallet on my main android phone and backup copy of my wallet on an old iphone. These 2 new 'friends' i was helping move to Los Angeles, must have seen me use my cellphone password. They stole my old iphone and then used my password to transfer all my 10btc to a different wallet. I tracked that wallet to an ATM in Las Vegas, where they used their own cell phone number to confirm the cash withdraw.
I gave the local cops all the info they need to prove they stole my bitcoin, even the ATM has the footage of them on video. My icloud is offline and cleared out. They are on the run and can be in any state. Their families are in TN and MI. They are 21 & 22. They probably gambled and drank it all away already. I found their facebook and saw they had many arrests for theft & drugs & firearms, but only one conviction ever. Their parents must keep paying lawyers to get them off. I need help to stop them, before the steal more or get people hurt.
The cops are not doing every much. They are calling them daily, no answer, to hear their side of the 'story'. How do i get someone to help stop them?? Ideas?? Please help!! Its all the money i ever had. I realize i made bad mistakes, but what these guys do to others is evil. What do i do now? Any help?
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Please help! I know the punks who stole my bitcoin!!
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I am new and learning but am certain bitcoin is the future. I took my life savings and bought 10btc. I had my wallet on my main android phone and backup copy of my wallet on an old iphone. These 2 new 'friends' i was helping move to Los Angeles, must have seen me use my cellphone password. They stole my old iphone and then used my password to transfer all my 10btc to a different wallet. I tracked that wallet to an ATM in Las Vegas, where they used their own cell phone number to confirm the cash withdraw.
I gave the local cops all the info they need to prove they stole my bitcoin, even the ATM has the footage of them on video. My icloud is offline and cleared out. They are on the run and can be in any state. Their families are in TN and MI. They are 21 & 22. They probably gambled and drank it all away already. I found their facebook and saw they had many arrests for theft & drugs & firearms, but only one conviction ever. Their parents must keep paying lawyers to get them off. I need help to stop them, before the steal more or get people hurt.
The cops are not doing every much. They are calling them daily, no answer, to hear their side of the 'story'. How do i get someone to help stop them?? Ideas?? Please help!! Its all the money i ever had. I realize i made bad mistakes, but what these guys do to others is evil. What do i do now? Any help?
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5/2/14 - Robocoin Bank, FXBTC shuts down, Bitcoin Foundation elections

Video: http://moneyandtech.com/may2-news-update/
Wrap up this week with your top news updates in Money & Tech:
Las Vegas-based bitcoin ATM manufacturer Robocoin announced Thursday the introduction of their new Robocoin Bank, which they are calling "the first Bitcoin bank with a physical presence." The project will involve turning the company's entire army of existing Robocoin ATMs into banking branches, fully integrating them with the company's online banking services. The rebranded kiosks will also have the ability to send bitcoins anywhere via a phone number, without needing an address or QR code, and then provide instant bitcoin-to-cash withdrawals to create what the company calls “banking and remittance 2.0″.
Canadian digital currency exchange CAVirtex announced plans on Thursday to launch a network of bitcoin ATMs across Canada. The launch would also come with a number of service improvements, including re-introducing their balance deposit feature, as well as a new trading API and merchant user interface. The company has reportedly been in touch with several different ATM manufacturers, but hasn't yet announced any more details or official timeline for deployment.
Chinese bitcoin exchange FXBTC announced today that it will be officially shutting down on May 10th, finally caving to the “unprecedented pressure” from the People’s Bank of China and the resulting restrictions on its banking services. The company posted the news on their website today, saying “no matter how hard we work, when faced with the PBOC’s blockade, we are essentially powerless.”
Despite the bleak regulatory news in China, Bitcoin startup Bihang has launched in Beijing with the intent of separating peer-to-peer transactions from reliance on centralized organizations and third-parties. The startup's two co-founders see the opportunity for ""a whole new set of rules for the game, which will turn a lot of traditional trading practices on their head.""
Senator Rand Paul offered his thoughts on bitcoin in an interview with Fortune on Thursday, saying he thinks it could work, but adding, “I’d make it exchangeable for stock... if you’re going to create a currency, have it backed up.” This is a similar sentiment to that expressed by his father, former Texas Senator Ron Paul, who also supported bitcoin but said the digital currency does not have the characteristics of “true money.”
Voting for the two vacant Bitcoin Foundation board seats ended Wednesday night with no definitive winners. According to the Foundation's bylaws, candidates must be elected by “a majority of quorum of Industry Members”. And although there were clear favorites this round, with BTC China CEO Bobby Lee receiving 44 votes, and venture capitalist Brock Pierce garnering 34 votes, none of the candidates received the required 52 vote majority to be elected to seat. As a result, a second round of voting will be conducted, with more details on that coming early next week.
We also have more interviews from the recent Dogecon SF event, which we’ll be bringing you later today. In the meantime, watch our interview with Dogecoin creator Jackson Palmer.
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What expected/specific 2013 events should the market be watching for? xPost from Bitcointalk

There are a few events on the horizon that we definitely know (or very likely) are going to happen in 2013 and should have a positive/negative impact on the market... please provide suggestions so I can throw together a speculative calendar.
Examples:
What are your thoughts or suggestions? What should we be looking forward to? What are the catalyst?
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