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I have remitted Etherium to the hacker's address. Can I get a refund? please help hash 0x39ab06640a6fa38ccb3a94e94b38254d5f4a16bce2ee98eb3d692d893a3721d6 anyone can i help? my ethwallet 0x948D2dE4d0554Ad40aAF7B4150894213f6845335 and hacker wallet 0x39ab06640a6fa38ccb3a94e94b38254d5f4a16bce2ee98eb3d692d893a3721d6 sir my 10.5 eth just steeling please help

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  • Unfortunately transaction in the blockchain are final and cannot be reversed without significant effort (ie 51% attack or a fork). – Ismael Feb 2 '18 at 2:13
  • The address in question sent the funds to binance, perhaps if they haven't withdrawn it yet binance can help you. Or if you get authorities involved you could get binance to reveal the information of the person. But on the other hand the person who cashed out didn't necessarily do something wrong. – Fortune Feb 2 '18 at 2:55
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You're out of luck. The transaction has been mined and included into the blockchain. It's irreversible at this point.

Always double check addresses before sending ETH.

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