Recovery disabled. Account cannot be recovered by Stellar Development Foundation. Account does not exist or has been hacked due to weak/reused password, phishing or malware.
I was told the same thing and then I finally guessed my password. The account was still there.
i try all the password combo i can think of¬hing happens .when i try to get user-name reminder it say no user attach with this email even though i know 100 % the email is right because have the original welcomes email from 2014
Well I can get in but then my Stellar/lumen are gone
Have people been able to set up a Binance account in the past while?
Thanks but got this message :-(
Due to the overwhelming surge in popularity, Binance will have to temporarily disable new user registrations to allow for an infrastructure upgrade. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
Thank you for your support!
Seems like it was a loophole which is now closed. https://www.reddit.com/r/binance/comments/7oni64/does_anyone_have_a_binance_invite_link_now_that/
Hacked - had moved my lumens to Blackwallet.co for inflation. Lost over 4000
Website cleaned out tonight.
F**k - sorry for your loss.
Anyone else got their XLM in there?
I reckon Changelly have robbed me of 1500 Lumens the gits
Bollocks just checked mine cleaned out of just over 2k lumens wtf. Least I got them for free and cashed out half.
DO NOT LOGIN TO ANY BLACKWALLET WEBSITE!
Your XLM will be stolen in the moment you login!
If you used Blackwallet in the past and have funds there, then login to Stellar Account Viewer to use them. If you don't login in the Blackwallet website your XLM is safe.
There's a script in the official Blackwallet website which will send all your XLM to a hacker's wallet immediately after you login. Please, use the official Stellar Account Viewer to check your funds and use them
Thanks OP! Logged in and had 900 XLM, sent 550 to Binance, traded for BTC and withdrew approx. €310 after fees. Keeping a little bit to see where this leads
This could do with its own post in BA. I think people wouldn't mind
This goes for any third-party web based wallet for any crypto-currency. There are too many potential attack vectors. Also, if you're downloading a desktop wallet for any crypto-currency then check the SHA in multiple places (not just from the download page).