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I sent SALT tokens to Cindicator (CND) contract address by mistake. Is it possible to recover the tokens. Below is the transaction hash 0xbfe1b24ddef1ac36b646c7e6bbd87f8fe9401dcd856b74691780b15865c10392

I see the following method in the CND contract source https://etherscan.io/address/0xd4c435f5b09f855c3317c8524cb1f586e42795fa#code

/// @notice This method can be used by the controller to extract mistakenly
///  sent tokens to this contract.
/// @param _token The address of the token contract that you want to recover
///  set to 0 in case you want to extract ether.
function claimTokens(address _token) public onlyController {

Does this mean the contract owner can return my SALT tokens?. Someone please help here.

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Unless the target is no user you can contact or a contract having the neccessary function implemented, there is no way you can get your tokens back. I'm sorry, hopefully the loss is not too high.

  • When I look at the source code for CND contract it has the following. function transferFrom(address _from, address _to, uint256 _amount ) returns (bool success) { // The controller of this contract can move tokens around at will, // this is important to recognize! Confirm that you trust the // controller of this contract, which in most situations should be // another open source smart contract or 0x0 } – Ram Jan 6 '18 at 21:26
  • Does this mean the owner of the contract can return the funds? – Ram Jan 6 '18 at 21:27
  • this is for when you allow somebody else to transfer your tokens. that person then can use this function to transfer the tokens you allowed him to transfer. – Nikita Fuchs Jan 9 '18 at 23:56

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