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Bitcoin Ransomware Addresses

List of Bitcoin Ransomware Addresses

Ransomware Name Bitcoin Address
CryptoLocker 4.0 15sJ3pT7J6zefRs95SEsfBZMz8jAw1zAbh
CryptoLocker 1HrEqMHQVWhKuCg7a3rxo2tAFAiKquJ5iP
CryptoLocker 1EJbVfn5hXQ9JcfRyn965UKpNX4qxRW7pY
CryptoLocker 14bgivtRtTjzwiS4rRECoKGXkSZbf1Co39
CryptoTorLocker2015 1KpP1YGGxPHKTLgET82JBngcsBuifp3noW
DMALocker 1382JAg5xbQv7QNwq1svDeyw6ELtNCmujG
Bucbi 1MfVk1utxgvGjMFV3K3CzXsDRDZznj5tey
CryptoHost 18AVPLKGBamXtGpdT3kP2b5Dv3iBUDpjKv
7ev3n 1Lud76Q98VRHCUiyK7XUs7AgFofrqXeP78
TeslaCrypt 15Y2TmHrxjmRFxfNUttwb9aU4DifvDpWKM
TeslaCrypt 1NRn15kJnVRrptTSQJJnMD9KJcWkVFh1Gv
ThunderCrypt 14dqhE6XPoxkkttwwh7qTWmmSwXerWd2Ho
ThunderCrypt 18yfx86BwNK5xYKw71uaHwAxPgCGRJaqgg
ThunderCrypt 1HFY12o56xbHer3oeNxC99A7SGyXaR64hs
Trump Locker 1N82pq3XovKoJYqUmTrRiXftpNHZyu4jyv
Buddy 1AoNMLZfhw7cbMCKAhaKHiveMdwFyVUGeA
Chimera 1JHxr5sbXDoZuDsx624TmZ2MWyDdD9ag8K
CTB Locker 1Hf2vPmYNxzFYWiaURs75h8JoyCczLXCG2
CTB Locker 1E4jsfwFsKVaAVFNfrmGVgDY1HRU8qf7PV
Jigsaw 15fbyNgDnqYQR5vSHJ8PTAEJbKy4dwNBCZ

Bitcoin Ransomware Links

Evolution of Encrypting Ransomware

Ransomeware Notes

WannaCry Ransomware Extorts 39 Payments Worth 6.49 BTC – DAY 1

WannaCry Ransom Note
UPDATE: WannaCry Ransomware Attack up to 14.08007493 BTC on 92 payments as of 11:30am ET May 13. Balances more than doubled in 12 hours.

Today’s widely reported WannaCry ransomware attack is extensive, growing and has already yielded ~USD$12k in profits according to a quick analysis of the BTC addresses involved. On May 12 the 3 bitcoin addresses known to be receiving extortion payments show receipt of 6.49372428 BTC in 39 separate transactions with ransom varying between .15 to .30 BTC each. None of the balances have been moved to new bitcoin addresses since receipt.

The WannaCry Ransomware Bitcoin Addresses Continue reading WannaCry Ransomware Extorts 39 Payments Worth 6.49 BTC – DAY 1

Even Bitcoin’s Richest Keep Getting Richer

Bitcoin’s richest address 3Nxwenay9Z8Lc9JBiywExpnEFiLp6Afp8v received 10,484 more BTC or about USD $8.2 million today.

The transaction originated from 73 multisig addresses. The final balance is now 135,439.82159613 BTC or USD $106.5 million (assuming a $786 exchange rate).

3Nxwenay9Z8Lc9JBiywExpnEFiLp6Afp8v is one of only 3 addresses with a balance of more than 100,000 BTC according to bitinfocharts.com. What happened to bitcoinrichlist?

Lost Forever 26.04 BTC Burned In 2016

Lost coins only make everyone else’s coins worth slightly more. Think of it as a donation to everyone.

– Satoshi Nakamoto

There will eventually be 21 million bitcoins mined however that will never be the true number in circulation. The distinction is important if you want to precisely measure bitcoin value and market capitalization which is setting new records. Not all bitcoin addresses can be spent. The genesis block can never be spent. Likewise any bitcoin sent to a “burn” address are also forever unspendable. A bitcoin burn address is like an impossible vanity address. There is no private key to a burn address and one would be impossible to generate. These are not merely ‘zombies‘ but truly gone forever. How many bitcoins have been “burned” exactly? Continue reading Lost Forever 26.04 BTC Burned In 2016

Some Known Mt. Gox Bitcoin Addresses

Mt. Gox Home
Old Mt. Gox Home
The Mt. Gox bankruptcy trustee recently announced they would not be releasing the complete list of bitcoin addresses controlled by the exchange.

From cryptocoinsnews.com

Citing security concerns with the possibility of endangering personal information and the privacy of users in relation to the planned release of the list of bitcoin addresses controlled by now-defunct Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, the trustee has suspended the release.

Fortunately we have collected some from other sources and will update as able.

Known Mt. Gox Addresses

1LNWw6yCxkUmkhArb2Nf2MPw6vG7u5WG7q
1P3S1grZYmcqYDuaEDVDYobJ5Fx85E9fE9
1M8s2S5bgAzSSzVTeL7zruvMPLvzSkEAuv
1Hzpk4eXTbrAfmH2noWrkrgxo6ewH6qncd
1eHhgW6vquBYhwMPhQ668HPjxTtpvZGPC
1EuMa4dhfCK8ikgQ4emB7geSBgWK2cEdBG
1BQYSHXFSTKXT7CMdTD3ebp5KucVfH2zYG

How To Prove You Are Satoshi: Demonstrate Control Of The Block 9 Bitcoin Address

Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto
Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto

Craig Wright
Craig Wright

The bitcoin address that received the 50 BTC mined in block #9 on January 9, 2009

12cbQLTFMXRnSzktFkuoG3eHoMeFtpTu3S

belongs to Satoshi Nakamoto. There were 14 blocks mined that day, the first day of bitcoin mining. None of the bitcoin addresses from that day have outgoing transactions (to date) except for the one from block 9. The block nine bitcoin address was used in the first transaction ever on January 12, 2009 to send Hal Finney 10 BTC. Continue reading How To Prove You Are Satoshi: Demonstrate Control Of The Block 9 Bitcoin Address