Mining Company Revealed as Possible US Marshals Market Winner

The other day US authorities market of Cotton Road bitcoins that was seized has left a lingering mystery: who won the two largest blocks of 27,000 and 20,000 coins?

The victor of both preceding US Marshals Service (USMS) bitcoin auctions always wound up declaring themselves within times of their effective estimates.

The primary auction victor was, famously, venture capitalist Tim Draper, who claimed all the 30,000 bitcoins for sale. The auction that was next found the lion’s share go to a syndicate organized by Bitcoin Investment Trust, although Draper again picked up some coins.

The most recent and third US MS market had three winners, however just one of these has come forward to date and that is the New York exchange itBit. Players often use that exchange to buy BTC to play Roulette with Bitcoin.

Today blockchain-viewers believe they might have recognized a 2nd victor, who claimed the greatest number of coins – 27,000 available for sale.

A Cumberland Exploration Mystery

In following the trail of the secret winner, associates of r bitcoin uncovered a two-month-outdated tweet from an account showing the title ‘Cumberland Mining’ a bitcoin address was merely recorded by that. That address afterwards obtained 27,000 coins from your stockpile known to be controlled by the USMS.

The Cumberland Exploration Twitter account contains merely one tweet, but uses five accounts, including trade Littles of Gold -based exchange Coinfloor and creditcard payments Simplex. Its avatar is an image of the personality Steve Youngblood of the comedy troupe the Upright Citizen’s Brigade.

At least two bitcoin notables among those pursuing the Cumberland Mining account are Fred Ehrsam, the Coinbase co founder, a supervisor of the Bitfinex review  & trade, and Phil G Potter. Read more.

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