At the present time in the hunt for the secret, an interesting discovery made by participants. A collection of Smart Contracts found on the Ethereum Network and ERC-20 Tokens that may hold a key to the secret.
With this in mind, the discovery has not been confirmed but is absolutely worth noting.
To make sense of all the information, first, let’s remember the IUM found in various messages made by Rashid. He mentioned this recently in the comment:
There are two words to focus on here. First of all, he states the 19 ways of the secret and Secondly, IUM.
Furthermore, I posted a list of these tokens. Organized from first to last by the creation dates. All of the tokens were created by a single Ethereum address as well. Meaning the same person(s) who own this address have also created all these tokens/contracts. The first thing I want to point out is that each of the names of these tokens ends in the word IUM.Second of all, I want to point out that there are 19 nineteen unique tokens. However, two of the tokens have been created twice which results in 21 tokens. Significantly leaving19 unique names
List of the contract address, the name of the token, and ticker:
Remember, no confirmation has been made to validate the discovery but the facts remain. It seems to be too coincidental, particularly in this case.
One theory I personally have had is that if the secret resides within an Ether address then there must be some key or formula that would lead us to decrypt a private key.
Also worth noting is the one other token in the wallet that was not created by the main address. This token is Chainlink and they deposited 15 Chainlink into the wallet of the creator(s).
Relying on timestamps alone and with the way, blocks are confirmed seems like it would not be quite reliable for time management. For this reason, it seems unlikely hash cipher could be made using the timestamps. The names of the tokens and the ticker names made for these contract, however, tell a different story. These may actually be a way to reverse create the hash of the private key to gain access to an address. In either case, this is merely a theory.
Important to realize is that the PEC contract address related to the IUM token received 5,796.43044616 PCL. The real Peculium or original old contract before the update that it.
In other words, someone likely sent PCL tokens to the PEC address for a reason. Unfortunately, it may be yet another coincidence.
Ultimately the secret challenge is far from over because the names of each IUM token may also have significance. Many of the names can be traced back to software applications. Even large cats and military ranking and colors for example. Until we have confirmation from the CEO this path remains dead.
Either way here is the link to the creator of the tokens address on Etherscan.
– Website: https://peculium.io
– Twitter: https://twitter.com/_Peculium
– Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Peculium
– Telegram Announcement-Channel: https://t.me/peculiumANN
– Main-Channel: https://t.me/ico_peculium
– French-Channel: https://t.me/peculiumfr
– German-Channel: https://t.me/ICO_Peculium_DE
– Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PeculiumPCL
– Medium: https://medium.com/@Peculium
– Github: https://github.com/PeculiumPCL/Peculium
– Blog: https://peculium.io/blog
– Whitepaper: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwJ8L6bES0uca3k4Mk1SbGlMdVE/view
– Secret Challenge Telegram: https://t.me/joinchat/HHNu2UkUoPTVTmQoyHCh6g
– Secret Challenge Wiki: http://secret-challenge.wikia.com/wiki/Peculium_Secret_Challenge_Wiki
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