アンドロイドタブレット版のLitecoin walletがフリーズして送金できません。


#21

Since I will not contact you at WhatsApp, will you contact me here?
What is the status of the work that asked The devs team?


#22

@nao did you succeed on recovering your coins?


#23

Nice to meet you.
It is Nao.

No, my litecoin has not been collected yet.

I asked xue, but I do not know the current progress.


#24

I don’t speak japanese but if you care to explain your problem in english we might be able to help you out.


#25

Good morning.
Thank you, everyone.
Currently, xue is asking the devs team to do the work and it is about to be completed soon.

Once I finish paying the 2 BTC fee to the devs team.

It seems that I will remit litecoin to me.


#26

Thank you for listening to the counselor xue.

After that, I paid a fee.

Just take litecoin out of my old wallet and send money.

Thank you very much.


#27

Hola,

Today, @nao contacted me privately.
After talking some time, I have strong reasons to believe @xue (or someone else impersonating xue) stolen ALL nao LTC back on December 29.

Not only LTC where stolen, but also a service fee of 1+ BTC more recently.
The whole process was just a simple social scam.
I feel so bad for this guy :confused:

I am asking everyone reading this thread to be careful with their coins, phone numbers and other private info.


#28

I still can not believe it.
Most of my property has gone.
My head is going crazy as to what I should tell my family.
It is really regrettable.
The only thing left is debt.
Please also take care of everyone.

2500 LTC, 1 BTC stole from me
Please return it.
If you are a little conscientious, please return it.
In February, only more than 1 million repayments remained.
I let my family get lost at one moment.
I became the lowest man.

It is miserable.
LTC Address
LYoYvwsvXdRwD3MebiTepp2mEzjuhXNgoq

BTC Address
17GaJ1RTicThhbaJvBNUKYNFkEuH1xqC7a


#29

what happened?


#30

Yes, I did something irreparable.
I regret that tears will not stop.[quote=“Akke, post:29, topic:16161, full:true”]
what happened?
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#31

That’s not an explanation of what happend to you. It’s an expression of how you feel right now…


#32

Well, it is not explained.
A coin was pulled out of my old litecoinwallet and I paid 1 BTC.
I think that I could avoid it if I thought calmly.[quote=“Akke, post:31, topic:16161, full:true”]
That’s not an explanation of what happend to you. It’s an expression of how you feel right now…
[/quote]


#33

@nao had 2500+ Litecoin on address LUR3RQCV1djNDhqVfLDiDJK1dU3MZe8sPD, and they become stuck because his wallet was a too old buggy version of litecoin for android.

So he started this trhead to request help from community.

@nao was contacted by whatsapp by someone claiming to be @xue (can’t tell if @xue or not), who supposedly would help @nao to regain access to his LTC.

Instead, the thief claiming to be @xue, requested a backup of @nao private keys and backup passphrase.

Thief was claiming “the devs are working on your case” and, not happy with 2500+ stolen LTC, also requested @nao to pay 2BTC as a “service fee to recover your LTC”.

As you can see on any blockchain explorer, 2500+ LTC ran out of @nao wallet back on December 29, inmediately after thief got backup and password.
Also, 1+ BTC was paid by @nao by the means of recovery service fee.
So, for me it looks like 2500+ LTC plus 1+ BTC were stolen.

This is what I could think after looking at @nao’s screenshots he sent me this morning.


#34

I find it hard to believe someone would just send his/her private keys and/or passphrase to any stranger.
It’s been told and written all over the internet: nobody ever needs you private keys because they are the only thing needed to get access to the coins.

If nao didn’t know this then I feel very sorry about this situation.
It’s a hard and in this case an expensive lesson :frowning: