The U.S. Marshals Service leak Silk Road bitcoin potential buyers list

The U.S. Marshals Service leak Silk Road bitcoin potential buyers list

CHOI-WAN bit reports, the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) by e-mail leaked nearly 30 thousand bitcoin Silk Road seized potential buyers list, the list has been confirmed by the United States government agencies.
In a statement, the U.S. marshals spokesman Lynzey Donahue said the e-mail to send an information document attachment, and BCC it wants to contact all people. The U.S. Marshals Service is a federal government agency, is the implementation of the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) confiscated bitcoin auction.
Donahue explained: “this news is not specific to any particular crowd, only through the mail sent to those on the auction conducted inquiries, and disclosure of only the recipient’s e-mail address.” She added: “this mistake Marshals Service without intentional, and an apology.”
The initial purpose is to inform the recipient e-mail related issues about bitcoin auction. However, this has leaked a possible bidder, they come from the bitcoin community, the investment community, and individual citizens. The list includes:

Daniel Folkinshteyn, assistant professor University Rowan
Barry Silbert, chief executive of SecondMarket
Luther Lowe, director of public policy Yelp
Malcolm Oluwasanmi, Little Phoenix Investment Group Chairman
Fabrice Evangelista, the Bank of Paris (BNP Paribas) to quantify arbitrage
Michal Handerhanm, Bitcoin Shop co-founder and chief operating officer
Dave Goel, Matrix Capital Management partner
Dinuka Samarasinghe, a professional investor
Chris DeMuth Jr., Wrangeley Capital
Fred Ehrsam, co-founder of Coinbase
Jonathan Disner, the Australian Trade Group (DRW Trading Group) legal adviser
William Brindise, manager of DigitalBTC investment
Michael Moro,SecondMarket总监
Jennifer R. Jacoby WilmerHale, a lawyer
Sam Lee, co-founder of Bitcoins Reserve
Shem Booth-Spain, artist and musician
Avarus Corporation

The bailiff Bureau said the e-mail is sent to have asked problems related to auction, and not for those interested in bidding for the people. Subsequently, the government through the mailing list for a response on the matter: “an email we this morning, inadvertently shows bitcoin auction inquirer mailing list, we apologize for the mistake.”

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