Thank you for your response. The initial withdrawal of API3 tokens from Coinbase, was me purchasing them, to deposit into the API3 staking pool. The investigation you have provided, confirms what I have been stating. (So to summerize:
- Somebody withdrew ~312.5 API3 to the address “0xee0b0011fbb4e567e65c6ee131282db62912785f” market as “JDub’ account” in your diagram (Transaction 1).
- “JDub’ Account” then send these funds to the address “0xb0f7bfd11bacd0df08c0ba782b3ec9e4f19aa2a7” (Transaction 2)
- “0xb0f7bfd11bacd0df08c0ba782b3ec9e4f19aa2a7” then continues to send these ~312.5 API3 tokens back to coinbase (Transaction 3)) only reiterated to what I have said. 0xb0f7bfd11bacd0df08c0ba782b3ec9e4f19aa2a7 – Address hash that received my API3 tokens.)
Please see my account of transactions below:
- I initiated the smart contract directly, by sending request to deposit API3 tokens. My error.
- Smart contract asked permission to withdraw tokens, and after I consented. The Smart Contract sent my API3 tokens to Entity (0xb0f7bfd11bacd0df08c0ba782b3ec9e4f19aa2a7) from my wallet.
- Entity then sends Eth to Coinbase, and my API3 tokens to the Smart Contract which appears to be owned by Coinbase (0x3cd751e6b0078be393132286c442345e5dc49699).
- So my API3 tokens are currently in the API3 smart contract.
- Eth sent to Coinbase may be to initiate a portion of already mentioned Smart Contract, to make it a Smart Contract between API3 and Coinbase. Allowing for the use of the different tokens held in the smart contract
- I believe I understand your perspective. Being that I did not go through the proper method of having my API3 tokens deposited into the correct staking pool. The Smart Contract I did deposit my tokens into, is unable to account for my tokens, and therefore have vanished.
- My perspective is, although I mistakenly sent my API3 tokens to the incorrect smart contract. The information shows the API3 tokens did not “vanish”. The tokens are currently sitting in the smart contract; but they are being accounted for in the relationship the smart contract has with Coinbase.
- I can seen the current value of the smart contract, and the different cryptocurrencies it holds.
- Whatever the relationship between the smart contract and Coinbase. I am guessing that the API3 organization may receive revenue from Coinbase for the usage of the tokens there.
- I am asking that although you may not be in direct possession of my API3 tokens in the smart contact. Your organization can still return the value of my API3 tokens to me. You cannot say because you are unable to withdraw them from the smart contact (after we both agree that is where they are), that you still are unwilling to return my API3 tokens to me.
- You are currently receiving compensation for them being in the smart contract relationship you have with Coinbase (posted on API3’s website, not Coinbase’s). So your organization would need to account for them legally.
- I like your organization, and want to see it succeed (hence the reason I’ve held onto my API3 tokens for this long). I would rather you just send me back the equivalent API3 tokens, and you keep getting paid from the API3 tokens I erroneously sent directly to the smart contract. Please… But, If necessary. I will seek legal alternatives; advising that I I can point to where my tokens have gone, and that they are being used for your benefit without my consent.
- If you are unable to further assist me with my request, or are unable to speak on the information provided. Then I would request to be contacted by someone in your organization, that Is more aware to what I am referring to. If otherwise, your organization still will not comply to my request. I will seek an alternative course of action, for resolution.
Thank you for your time,