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1  Economy / Invites & Accounts / WTS My Bitcointalk Account - Hero Member - Starting Bids at 0.1 Bitcoin on: December 27, 2014, 11:56:54 AM
WTS My Bitcointalk Account - Hero Member - Starting Bids at 0.1 Bitcoin
2  Other / Off-topic / such doge many sweg (⌐■_■) on: December 27, 2014, 10:55:28 AM
Even my Doge is swegger then you all....

3  Other / Off-topic / I'm a Hero of the Talks of Bitcoin! on: November 12, 2014, 12:29:53 PM


 Cheesy
4  Economy / Reputation / CrazyRabbi Reputation Thread on: October 17, 2014, 03:18:56 AM
If you've traded with me , received anything from my giveaways , found any of my posts helpful or generally interacted with me in some way shape or form.

Please feel free to leave some feedback here.

Cheers,

CrazyRabbi
5  Other / Off-topic / Activity: 420 , Blaze It ;) on: September 09, 2014, 08:21:56 AM
Name: CrazyRabbi
Activity:   420

Blaze it  Wink
6  Economy / Scam Accusations / Scam Accusation Against myself CrazyRabbi / SupaDupa / MrWubbles on: May 29, 2014, 07:55:42 AM
I am a Scammer.

Never send me any Crypto Currencies because I won't give them back.

That is all.

 Cheesy
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / POTATO on: February 16, 2014, 06:35:21 AM
POTATO
8  Economy / Reputation / CrazyRabbi's Reputation Thread on: February 09, 2014, 12:17:03 AM
Anyone that's traded with me or received anything from my Giveaway please post here  Cheesy

Cheers,

CrazyRabbi
9  Other / Beginners & Help / Offering Free SHA256d Coin Mining (PAUSED) on: January 31, 2014, 03:09:35 AM
*THIS FREE MINING GIVEAWAY IS PAUSED UNTIL THE "BUG" MTGOX FOUND IN BITCOIN IS "FIXED""

Hi all,

So I've decided to bring back my Mining Giveaway but because of large Minimums to withdrawal on most pools , The dust limit on transactions and the increases in fees I've decided to just avoid all of that and mine directly to whatever pool you all want me to mine on for you.

So...

Just post the Pool Address , Worker Username and Worker Password and I'll add you all to the Free Mining Smiley

Current Hardware I'm using for this is

5 x Bitfountain / ASiCMiNER Block Erupters @ 336 MH/s running on an Orico P10 Series Hub

Unfortunately the other hardware is backlogged in owed Mining Contracts Cry

I will also be purchasing 2 x Bitmain Antminer S1 180 GH/s units very soon

When they arrive I'll be adding

2 x Butterfly Labs Bitforce SC Jalapenos @ 7.5 GH/s and 7.8 GH/s to the Free Mining

Cheers,

CrazyRabbi

I ordered my Antminer S1 Unit!

If you would like to donate towards my Antminer S1 Unit You can fund part of the Order directly! @

Order Detail
ORDER ID:
00120140205182842690Ky5m8uDF0694
DATE:
2014-02-05 18:28:43
TOTAL:
1.45 BTC
PAYMENT METHOD:
Bitcoin Payment
Please send your bitcoin payment as follows:
Amount (BTC):  
1.45 (0.002 Paid)
Address:  
1wUoYeKjb7AmAJfMtUVxfVJ9JBjj9tfyN https://blockchain.info/address/1wUoYeKjb7AmAJfMtUVxfVJ9JBjj9tfyN

If you would like to Donate to help increase my Hash Rate Details are as follow...  Wink

Bitcoin (BTC) - 13DRAm57deBUgUfPAoZfp3cqHsqWkVhWRg

Litecoin (LTC) - LKbxQe7m3fNmc41e2Jham9nP41qm3qWQ1s

PPCoin (PPC) - PKvP1hyqkx2w6yCrwBLL5Gj2e3x946sBBH

Primecoin (XPM) - AHuG9AhU8jAiTvG8YWmhS1U3ymNy9hLGiH

PayPal - crazyrabi11@gmail.com

Also if you have received something from this Free Mining Giveaway Please feel free to rate me on my Reputation Thread @ https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=278687.0
10  Bitcoin / Mining / Offering Free SHA256d Coin Mining (PAUSED) on: January 31, 2014, 03:04:43 AM
*THIS FREE MINING GIVEAWAY IS PAUSED UNTIL THE "BUG" MTGOX FOUND IN BITCOIN IS "FIXED""

Hi all,

So I've decided to bring back my Mining Giveaway but because of large Minimums to withdrawal on most pools , The dust limit on transactions and the increases in fees I've decided to just avoid all of that and mine directly to whatever pool you all want me to mine on for you.

So...

Just post the Pool Address , Worker Username and Worker Password and I'll add you all to the Free Mining Smiley

Current Hardware I'm using for this is

5 x Bitfountain / ASiCMiNER Block Erupters @ 336 MH/s running on an Orico P10 Series Hub

Unfortunately the other hardware is backlogged in owed Mining Contracts Cry

I will also be purchasing 2 x Bitmain Antminer S1 180 GH/s units very soon

When they arrive I'll be adding

2 x Butterfly Labs Bitforce SC Jalapenos @ 7.5 GH/s and 7.8 GH/s to the Free Mining

Cheers,

CrazyRabbi

I have ordered my Antminer S1 Unit!

If you would like to donate towards my Antminer S1 Unit You can fund part of the Order directly! @

Order Detail
ORDER ID:
00120140205182842690Ky5m8uDF0694
DATE:
2014-02-05 18:28:43
TOTAL:
1.45 BTC
PAYMENT METHOD:
Bitcoin Payment
Please send your bitcoin payment as follows:
Amount (BTC):   
1.45 (0.002 Paid)
Address:   
1wUoYeKjb7AmAJfMtUVxfVJ9JBjj9tfyN https://blockchain.info/address/1wUoYeKjb7AmAJfMtUVxfVJ9JBjj9tfyN

If you would like to Donate directly to me to help increase my Hash Rate Details are as follow...  Wink

Bitcoin (BTC) - 13DRAm57deBUgUfPAoZfp3cqHsqWkVhWRg

Litecoin (LTC) - LKbxQe7m3fNmc41e2Jham9nP41qm3qWQ1s

PPCoin (PPC) - PKvP1hyqkx2w6yCrwBLL5Gj2e3x946sBBH

Primecoin (XPM) - AHuG9AhU8jAiTvG8YWmhS1U3ymNy9hLGiH

PayPal - crazyrabi11@gmail.com

Also if you have received something from this Free Mining Giveaway Please feel free to rate me on my Reputation Thread @ https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=455997

Have Nice Day  Cheesy
11  Economy / Scam Accusations / SCAM ACCUSATION: TradeFortress + Inputs.io + theymos on: November 07, 2013, 09:47:26 AM
So this is an absolute mess now...

Inputs.io has been "hacked"....

4100 Bitcoins have been "lost" due to said "hack"

Here's where things don't add up (I will updating the OP with a ton of misinformation , lies and deception on the part of TradeFortress)

TradeFortress has stated Inputs.io did not have to worry about being hacked (at least having the wallet hacked) because the majority of the funds were in Cold Storage...

Now the site gets "hacked" and 4100 Bitcoins (Current MTGoX Price of $1,266,900 USD) is lost!  Shocked

TradeFortress refuses to refund anyone with balances lower then 1 Bitcoin and also refuses to actually state the routing of the hack (No TXiDs , No Real IP Logs , Nothing of any real factual information ie Made Up)

Please feel free to post how much you lost from the Inputs.io hack as well any relevant information about any dealings you had with TradeFortress

I highly recommend each of you regardless of what country you are in contact your District Attorney about pursuing legal action (If the amount was quite large)

A partial refund IS NOT a refund and you have all the right to a full refund

To everyone who has lost through this extremely brutal sprung of the moment "hack" I feel very sorry for you and this is another reason to never store any Cryptocurrency in a wallet you do not have direct access to

*UPDATE* When cornered about the topic of affiliation with TradeFortress and Inputs.io Kluge laughed and said "lol ya the $100 was great..". I then gave him a -1 Trust Rating to which he gave me me a -5 Trust Rating (Donators can give more trust/distrust) simply stating "Lost Money".

*MAJOR UPDATE* I fully expect to be banned for this but I feel wrong not disclosing this information. theymos on behalf of Bitcoin Talk openly promoted Inputs.io through banner ads and Donations even after being warned by the community several times that Inputs.io was highly unsecure to top it off he also gave him Default Trust allowing TradeFortress to have a Green Positive Rating regardless of any negative ratings issued. To top it off other Moderators and Staff are to blame as they have a direct link to Banner Ads and revenue affiliated with Bitcoin Talk but because they had no choice whether or not theymos chose to have affiliation with TradeFortress I am not listing them as outright Scammers. Kluge on the other hand has yet to remove his Inputs.io signature and is still openly promoting TradeFortress and Inputs.io. A significant amount of other Donators and Shills are posting nothing but compliments for TradeFortress and refuse to stop promoting the site which leads me to believe they are taking a sigificant cut of this "hack" (The one TradeFortress staged)

I had a balance below 1 BTC so I am not eligable for a refund :S. I still have some coins in my wallet (they were sent after the attack), but I can't withdraw them.
Yes, you're still eligible for a refund, just after larger amounts. Send an email to support@inputs.io anyway with your BTC address.

I think this claim is honestly outrageous as it's pretty obvious the site was in fact hacked as I lost my coins several weeks prior to the "mass hacking". After a third party security audit, he assured me there must have been a flaw in Inputs.io security.

Wait, so there were coins lost weeks ago, which he knew, before this hacking, he then left over a million dollars on the server and happened to 'hacked' again? Interesting.

that'd mean he knowingly risked his customers money... unbelievable

I think this claim is honestly outrageous as it's pretty obvious the site was in fact hacked as I lost my coins several weeks prior to the "mass hacking". After a third party security audit, he assured me there must have been a flaw in Inputs.io security.
well that makes me feel so much better. so it turns out he's a fucking shit programmer, he keeps everything in the hot wallet, gets it "compromised" and i'm supposed to feel better because inputs.io was compromised weeks prior and he allowed us all to keep depositing? what the hell kind of crack are you smoking?

outrageous? is that a joke? this wreaks of a con job.

keep rubbing on TF's nuts because you get refunded much more than the vast majority. we'll see how much is left for the little guys.

<!DOCTYPE scam>
<scam>
<body>
        <div id="coinlenders">
                3,000 BTC
        </div>
        <div id="inputs.io">
                4,000 BTC
        </div>
</body>
</scam>

<a href="javascript:void(0)" onclick="hack();">

<script type="text/javascript">
function hack({
document.getElementById('coinchat').innerHTML="<b>0</b>";
document.getElementById('inputs.io').innerHTML="<b>0</b>";
});
</script>


Those 4100 went on Gox and were sold at roughly 13:00 +10 GMT time.  By 14:30, that wall was gone.

Coincidence?


if I had the chance to run away with 1.1 million dollars and say the site was hacked I would do the same thing it's the perfect excuse... go after this guy do not let him get away!

Got 0.04 out of 0.05 Coins out...

But the major problem are still my 4 coins in coinlenders :<

I had about 2.14 BTC in my inputs.io account, am waiting to see if he actually refunds me

My 0.1>balance paid, thank you TF.

I have had about 63% repaid. I have a couple other wallets (relatively small amounts) that have not been repaid. Waiting to hear back. If I can get something for those, I'll have done better than I would have expected with this fiasco....

Been paid 1.61 out of 2.14, better than nothing but I still want that 0.53.

I moved to this section from the Donator section a topic which I created to scrutinize Tradefortress activities:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211169.0

Please, read all carefully. You will find out that Tradefortress is involved in fraudulent activities since his inception in this forum. The tragic part is that Theymos, the administrator of this forum, gave special treatment to him, even after I produced the evidence which shows Tradefortress has been involved in the creation of sock puppets to dupe the forum participants.

I have 0.24 BTC in my inputs.io account for two month payments. The next payment was due day after tomorrow. I will be relieved if I can at least get that existing 0.24 BTC.

The balance still shows in my account. Do I mail you for withdrawl?

EDIT: Mailed.

Please explain the sliding scale. I only received 8.59 out of 20.795 from inputs.io (41%). $3700 loss.
Also what is the plan for Coinlender balances? Please be specific.

I have 2.4 BTC in my inputs.io account.
    Huh Huh    My 2.4btcs all gone.
This is the last time I'm responding to you with the same thing. Follow the instructions on the site - you could've done it five times instead of continuously making trollish responses here.

You lost his money to incompetence, or just stole it yourself, and you turn around and call him a troll? Classy.

I have 2.4 BTC in my inputs.io account.
    Huh Huh    My 2.4btcs all gone.
This is the last time I'm responding to you with the same thing. Follow the instructions on the site - you could've done it five times instead of continuously making trollish responses here.

You lost his money to incompetence, or just stole it yourself, and you turn around and call him a troll? Classy.

Come on, that's not fair. All he needs to do is send an email to support@inputs.io and he'll get a refund. It worked fine for me, I received it quite fast. He wouldn't be refunding people if he stole it himself....

People are jumping to conclusions and are complaining, eventhough they didn't even use inputs. This whole situation sucks, for the users and for TradeFortress. He's doing the best he can helping everybody so it would be nice if everyone stopped jumping him.

show us proof that TradeFortress gave you 100% full-refunds.

I have 2.4 BTC in my inputs.io account.
    Huh Huh    My 2.4btcs all gone.
This is the last time I'm responding to you with the same thing. Follow the instructions on the site - you could've done it five times instead of continuously making trollish responses here.

You lost his money to incompetence, or just stole it yourself, and you turn around and call him a troll? Classy.

Come on, that's not fair. All he needs to do is send an email to support@inputs.io and he'll get a refund. It worked fine for me, I received it quite fast. He wouldn't be refunding people if he stole it himself....

People are jumping to conclusions and are complaining, eventhough they didn't even use inputs. This whole situation sucks, for the users and for TradeFortress. He's doing the best he can helping everybody so it would be nice if everyone stopped jumping him.

I didn't do that, my account must have been hacked  Roll Eyes.

I have 2.4 BTC in my inputs.io account.
    Huh Huh    My 2.4btcs all gone.
This is the last time I'm responding to you with the same thing. Follow the instructions on the site - you could've done it five times instead of continuously making trollish responses here.

You lost his money to incompetence, or just stole it yourself, and you turn around and call him a troll? Classy.

Come on, that's not fair. All he needs to do is send an email to support@inputs.io and he'll get a refund. It worked fine for me, I received it quite fast. He wouldn't be refunding people if he stole it himself....

People are jumping to conclusions and are complaining, eventhough they didn't even use inputs. This whole situation sucks, for the users and for TradeFortress. He's doing the best he can helping everybody so it would be nice if everyone stopped jumping him.

show us proof that TradeFortress gave you 100% full-refunds.

Here is the transaction ID:

37d0a462e7ecf5f48908c989a5340cf181706d0bb238fa3208be06f315b628b8

Here are more refunds TradeFortress made:

https://blockchain.info/nl/address/1GLadosEkeAsLReqS3yQ51E1R3wVtbJCDF

A scammer wouldn't go through that much trouble to cover himself up. It's really unfortunate what happened but I really don't believe that TF was behind this.

I have proof the that TradeFortress will not give me 100% full-refunds.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=326881.msg3508457#msg3508457

Follow the instructions on the website.

no point because website does not provide full 2.4 btc refunds.

It's not possible to do so, as we have a 4100 BTC shortfall. If you'd like the partial refund, follow the instructions on the site. I can't help you otherwise.

*Sigh* So are you telling people not to get refunds at all because they're not full refunds? GENIUS

I have proof the that TradeFortress will not give me 100% full-refunds.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=326881.msg3508457#msg3508457

Follow the instructions on the website.

no point because website does not provide full 2.4 btc refunds.

It's not possible to do so, as we have a 4100 BTC shortfall. If you'd like the partial refund, follow the instructions on the site. I can't help you otherwise.

*Sigh* So are you telling people not to get refunds at all because they're not full refunds? GENIUS

what's wrong to ask for full refunds? I lost my money to his incompetence.




I have proof the that TradeFortress will not give me 100% full-refunds.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=326881.msg3508457#msg3508457

Follow the instructions on the website.

no point because website does not provide full 2.4 btc refunds.

It's not possible to do so, as we have a 4100 BTC shortfall. If you'd like the partial refund, follow the instructions on the site. I can't help you otherwise.

*Sigh* So are you telling people not to get refunds at all because they're not full refunds? GENIUS

what's wrong to ask for full refunds? I lost my money to his incompetence.


You could've prevented it by not storing large amounts of btc on an online wallet. It sucks that you lost it, but you could've known that something like this could've happened.

I have proof the that TradeFortress will not give me 100% full-refunds.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=326881.msg3508457#msg3508457

Follow the instructions on the website.

no point because website does not provide full 2.4 btc refunds.

It's not possible to do so, as we have a 4100 BTC shortfall. If you'd like the partial refund, follow the instructions on the site. I can't help you otherwise.

*Sigh* So are you telling people not to get refunds at all because they're not full refunds? GENIUS

what's wrong to ask for full refunds? I lost my money to his incompetence.




Well, then go ask for a full refund Roll Eyes

TradeFortress said no full refund.

I have 0.24 BTC in my inputs.io account for two month payments. The next payment was due day after tomorrow. I will be relieved if I can at least get that existing 0.24 BTC.

The balance still shows in my account. Do I mail you for withdrawl?

EDIT: Mailed.

Received 0.19 BTC.

Thanks

I have 0.24 BTC in my inputs.io account for two month payments. The next payment was due day after tomorrow. I will be relieved if I can at least get that existing 0.24 BTC.

The balance still shows in my account. Do I mail you for withdrawl?

EDIT: Mailed.

Received 0.19 BTC.

Thanks

show us proof that you Received 0.19 BTC.

https://blockchain.info/address/1EKc42nPdAZhWu7XKswHB4qSzwLM2CvAtw

Anybody feeling pity can pay me the loss at the same address Smiley

Anyone read the police report?

He had two weeks to get it done and did he?


Lol nope...

I have 2.4 BTC in my inputs.io account.
    Huh Huh    My 2.4btcs all gone.
This is the last time I'm responding to you with the same thing. Follow the instructions on the site - you could've done it five times instead of continuously making trollish responses here.

You lost his money to incompetence, or just stole it yourself, and you turn around and call him a troll? Classy.

https://blockchain.info/address/15kFtLh4WPBXKuTGAcK6Ae33Te1dpJ7Ccu  

Anyone want to guess who this belongs to? Trade Fortress..



I have 2.4 BTC in my inputs.io account.
    Huh Huh    My 2.4btcs all gone.
This is the last time I'm responding to you with the same thing. Follow the instructions on the site - you could've done it five times instead of continuously making trollish responses here.

You lost his money to incompetence, or just stole it yourself, and you turn around and call him a troll? Classy.

https://blockchain.info/address/15kFtLh4WPBXKuTGAcK6Ae33Te1dpJ7Ccu  

Anyone want to guess who this belongs to? Trade Fortress..



Any proof to back this up?

I'm not sure if he wants to be published as a source but believe me when I say he is A+ as it gets.

I am wondering how TF is verifying ownership and who lost their bitcoins and who didn't.
If he's doing it via users email address, It's stupidity, as anyone can send a fake mail from any account easily.


Inb4peoplestartsendingfakemails.
Email, deposit address and account balance, probably.

*Hackers* also know these things.. right?

Conjecture:

I don't think TradeFortress is refunding anybody since nobody had 1 BTC on inputs.io in the first place.

on top of that, inputs refunds are send out with 0 (ZERO) Fees... good luck receiving those

Source?

This situation just gets more and more lulzy.


on top of that, inputs refunds are send out with 0 (ZERO) Fees... good luck receiving those

Source?

This situation just gets more and more lulzy.


https://blockchain.info/tx/45e2a542ae944ce71192b31734afd5deb45d6fc153eb009359fe7162745b567d

Ouch.  Glad I never trusted an online wallet to begin with!  Sad



TradeFortess was warned that it is not OK to use Linode hosting back in July: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=251553.0

Migrating to a physical server could be trivial, but instead he decided to stay with Linode and ignored all warnings.

I think it's quite obvious that it was staged. Linode was chosen as a scapegoat, as previously Bitcoinica was hacked in the same way: http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/3629/what-is-the-story-behind-the-linode-problem

So this looks plausible.

If it isn't a scam, it is a criminal negligence.


TradeFortess was warned that it is not OK to use Linode hosting back in July: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=251553.0

Migrating to a physical server could be trivial, but instead he decided to stay with Linode and ignored all warnings.

I think it's quite obvious that it was staged. Linode was chosen as a scapegoat, as previously Bitcoinica was hacked in the same way: http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/3629/what-is-the-story-behind-the-linode-problem

So this looks plausible.

If it isn't a scam, it is a criminal negligence.


Yeah this whole thing looks fishy atleast, especially as the whole platform was marketed as high security wallet, in the end it doesnt seemed to be more secure then using a default wordpress and putting some bitcoind in background.

Especially the aggressive advertising of several channels is to blame here.
Ontop of that the refunding process has lots of contradictions, too. First he talks abouts full refund, then members of the forum report of partly refunds ... reminds of the bitcoin-24 process after all.

And who the fuck is "we" if he talks about "we" ... who are the other forum members that are part of this?


TradeFortress,

Can I get a refund for the XRP that you stole from the Ripple Faucet before I banned you?

I expect a full 100% reimbursement.  The Ripple Faucet's address is r2hrqyjdLCBSkB6ADLpWkWtYFK96w1xMn.  You didn't just steal from me, but you also stole from all the other people who donated to the Ripple Faucet.

Graham

the stolen coins went to an address carrying already 1000 coins

https://blockchain.info/address/1Cdc4GYDCfKdsp8o5KNg6z7XjRaSPpDBA4  

None of this is even remotely surprising.  It's always been obvious to me that Tradefortress was a scammer.  All his action are scammish.

Now, in order to prove an actual crime, one must prove intent.  You can steal $1 million and refund 50%-60% and remove intent, thus avoid legal prosecution.  You may also be able to maintain your reputation so you can get ready for the next scam because the community will be divided as to whether you are an actual scammer. Running only makes you look guilty and that's why he's making appearances.  This tactic is not new and TF is running it to perfection.  The victims all take a haircut and he walks away free and clear with a 6 figure score.  

TF is not a dumb guy and there is no way a hack occurred as described, out of ignorance.  This was a deliberate heist, that was likely planned from input.io's inception.  Anyone not smart enough to see that, deserves to lose their money in the future.  Why BCT continues to sponsor this clown and how he has avoided scammer tags, only leads me to believe they are taking a cut and/or love that ad revenue TF pays more than the community members themselves.  Absolutely shameful!  

So he gave an interview, and sees no point in reporting this to the police.  Geee, wonder why a thief wouldn't want to do that.    But dont worry Mr. TF.   It sounds like they will be coming to look for you.



my wallet is also gone.. 9 BTC!!!

he said he would repay me, ive provided another wallet to him.

i received an email from inputs that i just got 3,92 BTC added to my inputs.io wallet... but the blockchain says:

https://blockchain.info/address/1L7LiipEEW78QJsVf1djqvsthwEGhFjjeh (my inputs.io adress)

im really confused, i transfered all my BTC to inputs.io a few days ago, i know its dumb to do so, but it looked much safer then most other sites to me.

i hope im getting at least something back Sad

Just got that superclever mail from him saying that blablablub coinlenders isnt being handled yet, best thing about it is i transfered all btc on the 26th or after it to it. But i guess he and his friends needed some btc ... still waiting to see who is involved in this thing. Still doubt i get fully reimbursed.

What are the forum accounts of the other members?


None of this is even remotely surprising.  It's always been obvious to me that Tradefortress was a scammer.  All his action are scammish.

Now, in order to prove an actual crime, one must prove intent.  You can steal $1 million and refund 50%-60% and remove intent, thus avoid legal prosecution.  You may also be able to maintain your reputation so you can get ready for the next scam because the community will be divided as to whether you are an actual scammer. Running only makes you look guilty and that's why he's making appearances.  This tactic is not new and TF is running it to perfection.  The victims all take a haircut and he walks away free and clear with a 6 figure score.  

TF is not a dumb guy and there is no way a hack occurred as described, out of ignorance.  This was a deliberate heist, that was likely planned from input.io's inception.  Anyone not smart enough to see that, deserves to lose their money in the future.  Why BCT continues to sponsor this clown and how he has avoided scammer tags, only leads me to believe they are taking a cut and/or love that ad revenue TF pays more than the community members themselves.  Absolutely shameful!  
and what if he eventually repays everyone back the full amount?
Good way of supporting him.

When every dime is repaid to every person who got scammed, I would GLADLY offer a public apology.  Until then, I have not and will not support this clown.  I knew he was a scammer and NEVER would have considered giving this guy any money.  Where there is smoke there is usually fire and he's been hotboxing this forum.  This is a classic scam technic and as you see the forum is torn on what to believe.  He's sitting somewhere laughing his ass off.  He's going to get away with this and it's more sad that you or anyone would defend such behavior and/or be so gullible as to not clearly see this is a premeditated scam by someone who thinks he's untouchable.  

Well, TF went after me on another thread, falsely accusing me of stealing from him even though we never had any agreement.  I know the guy is a bit shady, and this would certainly be a serious amount to get away with.

Not that it's a significant amount, but I thought I'd add my little story. I had an inputs account for my faucet, and had like 0.01 BTC stolen (which was like 3/4 of what was in there). I emailed the contact address, and was told it would get reimbursed. I thought this was strange since nothing was mentioned about how or why it happened, even though I asked. I assumed someone had hacked my faucet or something. After a few days, no reimbursement of course. I emailed again yesterday, and was told to "see the homepage", and saw the hacked notification. So was I the first or second wave of hacked accounts? Who knows.

Most scammers over the years will either pay back some amount, or claim that they are going to until everyone forgets.  Usually it's just a matter of waiting a month or so before some even bigger scam or other catastrophe eclipses it.  So, nothing very 'innovative' here.

I beg to differ. If TF actually refunds ~70% to everyone, and handles the loudy people one by one, he will soon be a hero again.
That's a very clever move in my opinion, much better than any previous scam.

Most scammers over the years will either pay back some amount, or claim that they are going to until everyone forgets.  Usually it's just a matter of waiting a month or so before some even bigger scam or other catastrophe eclipses it.  So, nothing very 'innovative' here.

I beg to differ. If TF actually refunds ~70% to everyone, and handles the loudy people one by one, he will soon be a hero again.
That's a very clever move in my opinion, much better than any previous scam.

If by "very clever move" you mean "very clever scam," I might agree.  

Most scammers over the years will either pay back some amount, or claim that they are going to until everyone forgets.  Usually it's just a matter of waiting a month or so before some even bigger scam or other catastrophe eclipses it.  So, nothing very 'innovative' here.

I beg to differ. If TF actually refunds ~70% to everyone, and handles the loudy people one by one, he will soon be a hero again.
That's a very clever move in my opinion, much better than any previous scam.

If by "very clever move" you mean "very clever scam," I might agree.  

Seriously, if he gets away w 30% of the fundage and a clean rep to do it again in the future...

Has anyone found more evidence?
How much has TF paid back?

A ban is possible, but that's not fair.
We should be fee to make an accusation on anyone.

I'm willing to take that risk For Great Justice  Cry

Remember, remember, the 8th of November...


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** Deposit 0.1 BTC to win the pot! **
September 20, 2012, 09:11:08 PM
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Here's how it works:
1. You deposit 0.1 bitcoins to the wallet.
2. If nobody else deposits in it for a day (24 hours), you get the whole pot minus 1%!
3. You must reply to this thread when you deposit, otherwise it will not count.

Blockchain.info will be used as a central source for timing.

The wallet is 14nBt8WVBmJ3ichp6m3eGs3BTzmLDyYYTz << quick, deposit to win!

Blockchain: https://blockchain.info/address/14nBt8WVBmJ3ichp6m3eGs3BTzmLDyYYTz

Note that if you win, you are guaranteed to make a profit!

https://blockchain.info/address/14nBt8WVBmJ3ichp6m3eGs3BTzmLDyYYTz

https://blockchain.info/tx/1c2c6ee77fd2dd6b622c1270f451fe572a77385e4d62db869f081a35321187d5

At least I found out why I'm not on the Default Trust List--my résumé sucks.

I'm thinking of starting a company that will invest in HYIPs with Liberty Reserve. Generally, HYIPs stay afloat for a few months and then disappear after there is not enough new members joining to pay back the previous ones. I will attempt to minimize the risk by spreading it out and withdrawing early, not keeping it inside the scams. Interest will be around 7% weekly, and it's not a ponzi scheme! Because of diversification and strategic withdraws (everyone who withdrawn from Pirate before the default profited massively), I should be able to provide high returns at moderate risk.

So, someone needs to start a total anonymous identityless exchange.

People can't even get their funds back from exchange owners whose identities are known.  What makes you think that anyone who sets up a totally anonymous exchange is going to be trustworthy?
because it would be trustable over time?

With that, I'm goin' to see how my Thanksgiving in Satoshi Forest threads are doing.

~TMIBTCITW
12  Bitcoin / Project Development / Help Fund the ASiC Purchase so I can continue to mine for the Bitcoin Community on: October 20, 2013, 05:59:24 PM
Hi all,

I'm not sure if it's frowned upon to request donations but I could greatly use some to continue to mine for the community.

A signifigant amount of New Users on Bitcointalk and New People in the Bitcoin Community can greatly use some starter coins to get them started.

Because the Bitcoin Difficulty is rapidly increasing I have been purchasing many more ASiC(s) to try to keep up with the demand of my Bitcoin Mining Giveaway.

I would like to please ask the help of the community in purchasing an Avalon 60 GH/s unit.

I am putting the bounty at 6 Bitcoins, this is the current cost of a 60 GH/s Avalon Mini unit @ http://avalon-asics.com/shop

If I do not reach the bounty or the price of the 60 GH/s unit goes down I will either return to you the difference that was donated after I reached the amount of bitcoin needed or I can donate it back on my Giveaway if you like.

I realize that alot of people have alot of alternative Cryptocurrencies as well and because of this I've included as many wallets as possible to help get this unit funded.

I apologize if this comes across as I am needy and assure you I am not scamming anyone.

All of the alternative Cryptocurrencies will be converted to Bitcoin to help reach the bounty of 6 Bitcoins and all of the funds will be used to purchase a 60 GH/s Avalon Unit.

Thank you all so very much for changing my life in so many ways Cheesy

Without the Cryptocurrency Community my life would be terrible and each of you has brought joy and excitement to my life Cheesy

Bitcoin - 1D95upNEVScC6cewmetctpqcQgLcSRNrrC

Doubloons - Aip9t4Aq8kDRKHs5obcbP7v7tUtKGR2YX8

Feathercoin - 71z4xVY23KXPsD61ND8rBXn6J8APWsTuEw

Freicoin - 1MbR1r84vUQ3iSbnLdmtgypArBqKizd8Y5

I0coin - jLbfv2ZYfCv6T1QLn6Kgx2rSsdPKyN3KKk

Ixcoin - xpkq7JgLr4jFK2f4cfrTcP8HVaYLhQZSmS

Litecoin - LKbxQe7m3fNmc41e2Jham9nP41qm3qWQ1s

Worldcoin - WhXffUei6kMpejoMsPZSwyfnGzh4i6714K

PPCoin - PD559YSX5e9Hz5Ns3RrEueowsq2Ds2vrxH

Primecoin - ALxRwu3mho994J7cyTFPe4dwusoBv21FF8
13  Economy / Scam Accusations / SCAMMER ACCUSATION: Dragoon/Umuri - Not Paying Debt To Me - Threats on: August 28, 2013, 11:35:29 PM
Hi all,

I would like to report Dragoon and Umuri (see update) for scamming (Umuri/Dragoon) and threats (Dragoon). I have asked him nicely if I could be repaid the debt in payments for the sale of my Dragon's Tale account (currently dragoonite now). When I asked today if I could please have a payment I was told I "ask too much" and "am acting like a cunt". I told him that I would be reporting him on Bitcoin Talk but was greeted with this message threatening me if I was to report him.

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dragoonite: im gonna warn you once. i havent scammed you i have no broken our deal and if you do that on bitcoin talk or any other website and I find out about it. then there will be an issue and you wont like the consequences

Immediately after this message I was put on ignore...

Upon posting this thread I was greeted with these lovely messages...

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dragoonite: well played sir that basically makes us even then...

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dragoonite: my reputation is actually worth alot more then 1.165 bitcoins...

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dragoonite: ive given you money everyday by choice and time is not up yet you post that. Great job i hope you are proud you lying fuck gl in life cause I know if we ever met irl you wouldn't be happy at all...

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dragoonite: no I was always paying until you posted that i am scamming you and ruined my reputation like that...

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dragoonite: you were gettin paid until the post went up...

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dragoonite: u think you can ruin someone's reputation and it costs nothing... think again dumbass...

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dragoonite: im done with you forever congrats on your ignore and failure...

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dragoonite: ive ignored supa now there wont be anymore bullshit today...

*UPDATE: 0.165 Bitcoin was repaid and the debt was sold to Umuri. The 1 bitcoin of remaining debt was never repaid and now Umuri refuses to pay it back stating "Umuri: The 1 Bitcoin was a gift and did not need to be repaid." I was under the impression the 1 bitcoin I gave to him was an emergency bank for me in case I needed it. This was agreed upon but the 1 bitcoin is being refused repayment. Besides it's Dragoon's debt that was sold to Umuri not my non existant debt to Umuri...

*UPDATE: I was told I would be receiving 165 BTM within the week and still have not received anything. I have offered to have him send 1 Bitcoin of the debt to Umuri if he is not comfortable sending to myself as Umuri is a friend who helps me bank 1 bitcoin for emergencies. Neither of us has received anything and Dragoon continues to spend fractions of bitcoins on herb licenses and other non essential things. He has bitcoins and can repay but chooses not to.

I'm not all to worried about getting the 1.165 bitcoin that I'm owed but would just like to give fair warning to anyone on Dragon's Tale that was considering selling their Dragon's Tale account to Dragoon that he is highly untrustworthy and even if he pays you back it takes him far too long and you are not paid up front.

My full list of Dragon's Tale account sales including the prices paid (in full and partial) is available @ https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0Aho8xNxIMyCXdDZwck1GS2xpOEl5YjRWQUZGa21yd2c&output=html

Stay Mining my Friends,

CrazyRabbi (SupaDupa/MrWubbles/TrickyStylez)
14  Economy / Reputation / CrazyRabbi's Reputation Thread on: August 21, 2013, 12:23:48 AM
Anyone that's traded with me or received anything from my Giveaway please post here Cheesy

Cheers,

CrazyRabbi
15  Economy / Scam Accusations / RESOLVED on: August 15, 2013, 08:58:14 PM
Hi all,

I would like to report Dragoon for scamming and threats. I have asked him nicely if I could be repaid the debt in payments for the sale of my Dragon's Tale account (currently dragoonite now). When I asked today if I could please have a payment I was told I "ask too much" and "am acting like a cunt". I told him that I would be reporting him on Bitcoin Talk but was greeted with this message threatening me if I was to report him.

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PM<-dragoonite: im gonna warn you once. i havent scammed you i have no broken our deal and if you do that on bitcoin talk or any other website and I find out about it. then there will be an issue and you wont like the consequences

Immediately after this message I was put on ignore...

Upon posting this thread I was greeted with these lovely messages...

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dragoonite: well played sir that basically makes us even then...

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dragoonite: my reputation is actually worth alot more then 1.165 bitcoins...

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dragoonite: ive given you money everyday by choice and time is not up yet you post that. Great job i hope you are proud you lying fuck gl in life cause I know if we ever met irl you wouldn't be happy at all...

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dragoonite: no I was always paying until you posted that i am scamming you and ruined my reputation like that...

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dragoonite: you were gettin paid until the post went up...

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dragoonite: u think you can ruin someone's reputation and it costs nothing... think again dumbass...

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dragoonite: im done with you forever congrats on your ignore and failure...

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dragoonite: ive ignored supa now there wont be anymore bullshit today...

*UPDATE: This has been resolved. I have received the 0.165 Bitcoin from dragoonite today and the 1 bitcoin debt has been sold to Umuri. Thus I am closing the thread and marking this as resolved.

*UPDATE: I was told I would be receiving 165 BTM within the week and still have not received anything. I have offered to have him send 1 Bitcoin of the debt to Umuri if he is not comfortable sending to myself as Umuri is a friend who helps me bank 1 bitcoin for emergencies. Neither of us has received anything and Dragoon continues to spend fractions of bitcoins on herb licenses and other non essential things. He has bitcoins and can repay but chooses not to.

I'm not all to worried about getting the 1.165 bitcoin that I'm owed but would just like to give fair warning to anyone on Dragon's Tale that was considering selling their Dragon's Tale account to Dragoon that he is highly untrustworthy and even if he pays you back it takes him far too long and you are not paid up front.

My full list of Dragon's Tale account sales including the prices paid (in full and partial) is available @ https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0Aho8xNxIMyCXdDZwck1GS2xpOEl5YjRWQUZGa21yd2c&output=html

Stay Mining my Friends,

CrazyRabbi (SupaDupa/MrWubbles/TrickyStylez)
16  Economy / Currency exchange / *FILLED* Looking to buy $4 worth of Bitcoins for PayPal USD *FILLED* on: August 06, 2013, 06:16:10 AM
*THIS HAS BEEN FILLED*

Hi all,

I'm wondering if anyone is willing to sell me $4 worth of Bitcoins for PayPal USD

I'm trying to find my giveaway and mining is just not cutting it at the moment.

Thanks in Advance,

CrazyRabbi

*THIS HAS BEEN FILLED*
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / 2+ TERAHASH TERRACOIN ATTACK! on: July 24, 2013, 10:57:48 PM
18  Economy / Games and rounds / Offering Free Bitcoin Mining (1 BTM Each) (Post your address to receive) CLOSED on: July 13, 2013, 08:21:44 AM
Hi All,

So my 9 x ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks , 2 x BFL Bitforce SC Jalapenos and 1 x Avalon Mini 60 GH/s Unit arrived and I am incredibly bored with them already. So I thought Hey! Why don't I mine for some other people just gettin into bitcoins that could really use the starting coins.

So...

I'm offering to mine 0.001 Bitcoin on Ghash.io / BTCGuild / Eligius / eobot just post your Bitcoin Address I will be paying out random 1 BTM Payouts throughout the year

Cheers,

CrazyRabbi

*MAJOR UPDATE / CLOSURE OF GIVEAWAY* I've noticed %75 of the entries in this giveaway are all just Duplicate accounts. It saddens me that the majority of the entries are Duplicate accounts used to make more 1 BTM (0.001 Bitcoin) payments off me and that they are ruining it for everyone else. I've also noticed that people can't wait the time to get the 1 BTM (0.001 Bitcoin) so they are posting over and over attempting to get a payout when really they are increasing the amount of time it takes before your post number is drawn. I'm sorry to do this but I've decided to no longer run this Give Away anymore. Any one that hasn't recieved a 1 BTM (0.001 Bitcoin) will have another chance as I'm paying up to 100 payouts. Once again I'm sorry to do this but you can blame all the losers who ruined it for you all Cry

*UPDATES ARE IN REVERSE CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER (NEWEST UPDATES AT THE TOP / OLDEST UPDATES AT THE BOTTOM)

*UPDATE* I have sold 6 ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks to abbeytim and was able to make a slight amount of profit from this ^_^ I will be sending the next wave of Payments ASAP ^_^

*UPDATE* The next Wave of Payments has gone out (Another 5 BTM (0.005 BTC) ) Bringing the total to 75 BTM (0.075 Bitcoin) ($28.12 USD @ Current MTGoX Price) given away so far! ^_^

*UPDATE* I somehow was able to move this topic back into the Newbie Section! ^_^

*UPDATE* The Next Round of Payments have gone out bringing the total to 70 BTM (0.07 Bitcoin) ($26.25 USD @ Current MTGoX Price) given away so far! ^_^

*UPDATE* My Avalon Mini 60 GH/s Unit Arrived! (October 30th 2013)! My current hashrate is now totaling 76.44 GH/s ^_^

*UPDATE* I have ordered an Avalon Mini 60 GH/s Unit (October 27th 2013)! When it arrives my hashrate will be totaling 76.44 GH/s! ^_^

*UDDATE* I received my Balance Form USB Hub as well as another ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Stick from abbeytim bringing my total to 15 x ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB(s) and 2 x BFL Bitforce SC Jalapenos. My Total Hashrate circa this post (October 21st 2013) is now 16.44 GH/s! ^_^

*MAJOR UPDATE / REQUESTING ASSISTANCE* I am trying to fund the purchase of a 60 GH/s Avalon Mini Unit. I am not begging for donations but any amount of Cryptocurrency you could spare would be greatly appreciated. If I reach 6 Bitcoins I will be purchasing a 60 GH/s Avalon Mini Unit and will of course show pictures of it arriving. Pictures of it mining. Revenue per day. Every piece of information possible. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=314953.0 Thank you so much to all of you for changing my life for the better and adding so much excitement and joy to my life. I <3 you all Smiley

*UPDATE* I received another BFL Bitforce SC Jalapeno as a gift from a friend. It did not reach the hashrate he wanted so he's given it to me to use. It's currently clocked at 5.9 GH/s bringing my total hashrate to 16.104 GH/s ^_^

*UPDATE* My current hashrate is now 10.204 GH/s again and hashing away as you read this Cheesy

*UPDATE* Unfortunately I had to get a refund on the 4 BitFury Blue Fury(s) I purchased as I have a significant amount of debt that I need to repay before I can purchase more ASiC(s). This will not delay the payments in any way and the next wave of payments should be going out shortly Smiley

*UPDATE* My BitFury Blue Fury(s) are on the way! When the arrive they will be totalling 2.7 x 4 = 10.8 GH/s ! My total hashrate will then be 21.004 GH/s! ^_^

*UPDATE* My 5 Pack of ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB(s) arrived today! This brings my total to 14 x ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB(s) (And one Butterfly Labs Jalapeno) (10.204 GH/s on Average) !

*UPDATE* Power didn't go out luckily! Payments being sent out ASAP!

*HIGH CHANCE OF POWER OUTAGE* We are having a massive storm here and there is a VERY high chance of the power going out. I am sending 0.005 Bitcoin (5 Entries) of payments immediately in case it does go out Cry

*UPDATE* Giveaway is relisted on Portnoy's Free Bitcoins List! ^_^

*MAJOR UPDATE* GIVEAWAY IS REOPENED! I just received a wonderful gift from my Boss and very close friend. A Butterfly Labs Jalapeno ^_^ that is currently hashing away at a steady 5.5 GH/s Cheesy I also won over 1.5 bitcoins on Dragon's Tale Bitcoin Casino and because of this I have ordered another 5 pack of ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USBs bringing my total to 14 x ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB(s) and a Butterfly Labs 5 GH/s Jalapeno because of these wonderful turn of events the giveaway is now open until further notice ^_^ I will be contacting Portnoy to have the Giveaway relisted in the Free Bitcoins thread by the time you read this ^_^

*MAJOR UPDATE / MASS PAYMENTS* I'm in the process of massively sending all the payments to all the Bitcoin Addresses posted in this thread and the previous thread I hope to have it all completed within the next 2-3 weeks.

*MAJOR UPDATE* I've decided at the 500th post on this thread I will be closing this giveaway as it is costing me a ton of money out of my own pocket. I apologize to anyone who misses out after the 500th post and will be working towards fully paying off the 500 posts on this thread and all the previous posts on the old thread.

*UPDATE* 1 of the 2 x ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks was owed to abbeytim and I had forgotten. So the current total is 8 x ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks. I will be purchasing more ASAP.

*UPDATE* 1 of the 2 x ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks arrived bringing my total to 8 ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks. abbeytim will be hashing a bit before the other one is sent to me. (The Op will be updated again once it starts hashing and again once I receive it ^_^)

*UPDATE* I have ordered another 2 x ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks bringing my total to 9 ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks (The Op will be updated once I receive them ^_^)

*UPDATE* If you received something from this Giveaway please leave me positive feedback on my reputation thread as it would be greatly appreciated Cheesy https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=278687.0

*UPDATE* This thread was in both the Newbie Section and the Mining Section so that anyone new could post but the thread in the Newbie Section was moved Games and Round Section thus I've merged the thread

*UPDATE* Got another 2 ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks (Current Total of 7 ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks circa August 5th 2013)

*UPDATE* Got another 2 ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks (At the Time 5 ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks)

*UPDATE* Well I officially derped the payouts and I greatly apologize as I forgot about the dust and the minimum payout of 5430 Satoshis so because of this I'm going to be offering 1 BTM each Randomly throughout the year.

Payouts (Old Thread):

1. Moneymaker1990 (22nd Post Random.org Result of 22) Bitcoin Address: 1oUAJe8TAnuv5p68fZk6ERGwYaMmTW9qj TXiD: d77be9b2853b7b15151c4357429bfa2a1312ba0897cade9e2a89d6824286e258
2. last2stand (3rd Post Random.org Result of 3) Bitcoin Address: 1AGvQLkzKd9cG1hxZPuqMzVTdEEPFrCbnY TXiD: b0d05a62ec3a47340ffcabeb530999ab47477c696361a963b0fac02a5cd5be12
3. dashingriddler (28th Post Random.org Result of 28) Bitcoin Address: 1DASHcxFw8Rpbfys4sE5bP36aomA7BwTKn TXiD: 2bc2b4203e8aa1860480281f17e74c86044d0e33729af142a6e36a1b39daf419
4. Duffer1 (8th Post Random.org Result of 8 ) Bitcoin Address: 1MHKhfiC7AgZdErt9b8xkXbcKoWSxPjJgG TXiD: 5886c64c4494b6bb7c8c88938ea176c80c87b2084d02c0ac33a135dd62b58a55
5. addzz (34th Post Random.org Result of 34) Bitcoin Address: 1GsFqYUhGdRAn9NzFG79pDhgPjJvHa5eV9 TXiD: 951255dfc7ab8477381cf782b274c19ffa3a196bfac8e3344b96b1f1fae336f0
6. Boomsling (86th Post Random.org Result of 86) Bitcoin Address: 1GaZfpKAB72QaLTFqzed1aTAsnB3TGRkN1 TXiD: af89aa01bc8d218e5619b38466bdaa675feaaf193fb5df8ec04fc425c47458af
7. viriat0 (37th Post Random.org Result of 37) Bitcoin Address: 1Ji88xdBUdRNbKKd5MHoD6R6CzYc7hnWwE TXiD: f24876cbd26db12f4d884c5c169a37a8c6320d8b5b3c2160a4a91d3a59c4d4a9
8. Myrddindc (7th Post Random.org Result of 7) Bitcoin Address: 1Ap6VqoEj4U76Dj1c3TXnb69Dr92bTYbT8 TXiD: 17cefdc9d0b5e1daafb8615ad2e3b9b279bccc4c9f3385e7ca47eb554a5b48bf
9. pedrog (31st Post Random.org Result of 31) Bitcoin Address: 1Pedro2azgb6Hd3kYTEdGUAjVaNGBrXGEE TXiD: 41c8c0691d6a214ace71f779332fc0f8761493ddb23d0e9ef6d76930c8c39db5
10. SirMintAlot (17th Post Random.org Result of 17) Bitcoin Address: 142BHpdq4wey7PC3Cp5QiUoshF19u3yvHN TXiD: 9788851d45ced4997ea847db0754990aa410059a0db26d9b3abd090596771c35
11. Gordon Bleu (29th Post Random.org Result of 29) Bitcoin Address: 1DdtTzJeQojWYGwYa669VoeJ785iyJPoQB TXiD: 7194bdbfaf16dc9b6ac273310163501d3471234769ccd8a305cfa28f19c02388
12. foroplus (109th Post Random.org Result of 109) Bitcoin Address: 15oaPoBwzdDGEoPnK7cZajP7gYRVYG1DHC TXiD: 20a002c34039edccd344d02a847584a913d5180948d453e64409cc0d9fc8c44a
13. M3n70r (54th Post Random.org Result of 54) Bitcoin Address: 16CW5GjAqPDP6kD8d6apFxGAbp6QR6v2aJ TXiD: b07b44166d5841bf042bf23795627246e4fa39d242d566b0b62478a3f829c1cc
14. bobfranklin (144th Post Random.org Result of 144) Bitcoin Address: 1DUkGcT58kgMqgkE6s1x9t7YTLUqYbL458 TXiD: f4d01d01c666eb5968174a1a2f16c202c58ce84a600bef068b9531584c9a010f
15. 350ppmOrBust (69th Post Random.org Result of 69) Bitcoin Address: 15rrWMHmZ3LmB7KcofdpdE4Tb5QAccsY8m TXiD: 880f209ce13f663cbeb60f606012c19cc9bb99a7c7a5c3601fe8452dc253cfca
16. deepleet (145th Post Random.org Result of 145) Bitcoin Address: 1F2kVk3Ame4TRGqULFNYvWKK4yNndMmzsc TXiD: 17bb4ae073f29adc349c8ab2fe88a8d657f1f5dd22fcdd4bcb4681742a66b397
17. kmtan (168th Post Random.org Result of 168) Bitcoin Address: 18strLX772NdFPdocqVLAKExPXCVbApaEJ TXiD: 1670c6cbba62a9785d3fa76a9cc9e0113fc5a320e8928668e35f6f1775e766d9
18. macsga (72nd Post Random.org Result of 72) Bitcoin Address: 1Mt2DtYwYGMUnPJJW9FNU7TdkCuvNguEXm TXiD: f2cd37b2d9a7a733ceed950ceb930fd4783cbe0c1c7bf7937b0b1fe854d406e6
19. cctvtech (105th Post Random.org Result of 105) Bitcoin Address: 1FVPXVYHfYiYXAgbgJhjwYvLQ2wexGyf8L TXiD: 53ed97222ac7c70bf197c8fbcfbdfaa3d13ffb09816b7a9143ff85ba2b821c92
20. sudorfrm (50th Post Random.org Result of 50) Bitcoin Address: 13caLEcXKRkYAt9bf2SMSJ5jRiiyCNwH4V TXiD: 22d996562b4c0d13d4a091fb5e337897f7b6934547512524ce2a230e98e24baf
21. milkbottlec (178th Post Random.org Result of 178) Bitcoin Address: 1ECWkS9PCn4bDzpqR94psrXrexWj2uwgaY TXiD: 4eb41c5f1311530b6bf590459fd77ca97d151752490e0f507d4afec3834436d4
22. belltown (38th Post Random.org Result of 38) Bitcoin Address: 18nq15fhKX4C3RYS6mFWfCUa1nKQ87yUyP TXiD: f34394a74312a3c01271cf54d46cb8cea6704a1f8e33abeee6ecbf7ebddaf8be
23. ffssixtynine (96th Post Random.org Result of 96) Bitcoin Address: 1ffs69AbZjkrKVzihEhSezrqqtohX1KLe TXiD: b804730151614e928ecfc62d0ef05ea1bc80ffde2e11b85dafa497433e0a38b8
24. jacktarli (5th Post Random.org Result of 5) Bitcoin Address: 1EyCFLK6uDiMRAWWMFW4AHCqbQukJRuHBF TXiD: 768dbc10591530aaef50b6897358db90427da3283f81f20fd0cac1c3a6399b6e
25. polarhei (81st Post Random.org Result of 81) Bitcoin Address: 1GTdvA549Cr7hT7JSrqQFqiVMTBCi2f4Cq TXiD: Hashing Input Error ? oO
26. damedash914 (174th Post Random.org Result of 174) Bitcoin Address: 1KUS1sMKjAytZvZ5J81aoTbvNdXSezRDey TXiD: a5af3f3747b56c180ab6b209bb40230298f1b7028549ccd14207ced199aa6f6f
27. shark313 (104th Post Random.org Result of 104) Bitcoin Address: 1Fw5U7p1tvD7gvS3kgQJ2xu26BhdU3GJ2X TXiD: 779ca902ab058091b257bf848b2bbfc56e6bc8d5b6bf7c77abfd2b8353abdcdb
28. David Rabahy (40th Post Random.org Result of 40) Bitcoin Address: 16V9UivwWtp6iGsaRnWycUjZJBcDDQRmV4 TXiD: c6a0fce2ed3985dd3a48c717f6c603699d1a4fe9357fb764f0d7fa176625289c
29. awgilyas (151st Post Random.org Result of 151) Bitcoin Address: 1MsiaPVpSG92F5tD9D3S56MpMVJxMDjEaK TXiD: 1d2b925d43f5e52b06b82e7a689fddb7721dab889776725e029f136153f07300
30. nahtnam (171st Post Random.org Result of 171) Bitcoin Address: 1BitPvPAqooJBcXLFafBVQJrtkoKccLgpY TXiD: 7664b19bb78374df7b505fcc1e8507da3bf25b7f5536678049b74c95241eb719


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Payouts (New Thread):

1. sudorfrm (48th Post Random.org Result of 48) Bitcoin Address: 13caLEcXKRkYAt9bf2SMSJ5jRiiyCNwH4V TXiD 9d6850ed2a65c50844a2b7dbaa240ed66f81369b219a05ab436f9525b4615539
2. albon (10th Post Random.org Result of 10) Bitcoin Address: 1E7XiGWa3YjFJasoZ1omJZCMv8TdPQLdqv TXiD: bdb909ce4c8728a1cb9aee3897d4526ac514ebda939dc06b96de9955066eaa4a
3. steveds (28th Post Random.org Result of 28) Bitcoin Address: 1MPktEKGB5kzYspdVv2qQJPcYchjXqHRnT TXiD: 2a74eda9c3af96e9308d780d08d18f2e2d15f3e3c66f584a607eda5151dcc914
4. 2048-bit (35th Post Random.org Result of 35) Bitcoin Address: 17i4zPGj3yR94T3XrT1vtgexbLoVvFEwN2 TXiD: 6b70644f4aef0153bf9f339c8489aeba658e38c26d331f1932a53b631c6042b2
5. lovecoins (41st Post Random.org Result of 41) Bitcoin Address: 1LkGkETvi9xUMrQvtBV9H7dMhbeKpVqzvP TXiD: de280d39bb72ef74e969ce01e38f68dbdb66efea5f8d463cbf34fa8c2f276c0d
6. JuenoMT (4th Post Random.org Result of 4) Bitcoin Address: 189UkUcUtan6kMmbk4bn3UaCZNgWS9Lwav TXiD: d34e559730c800e8f6169105c908cde99695cb3f6dedb8263619646373e72336
7. Benson Samuel (44th Post Random.org Result of 44) Bitcoin Address: 1DE9zAE9iEetbojfbuGy6JvTfULG6x9pzP TXiD: ccc2392d97479004c9c00079662374ac3499b2f59e3de9873b6e462cd45352fe
8. karlzt (95th Post Random.org Result of 95) Bitcoin Address: 1LYQf3Ys4YWDWMxrivyQCEGuNoKWgu7yFv TXiD: 1e166422b5813fde768277862fde5be84c00e0c8aa9312c474d9583bfd276dda
9. bitcoinfanboy (25th Post Random.org Result of 25) Bitcoin Address: 12fJywCo5CeK9NtD6Rpr4SAdPM9EVbmyeR TXiD: 91f425f811b3130c5d3a38e2dbe0cdd1a52fb04223149931c00645af901e73f9
10. Chode (3rd Post Random.org Result of 3) Bitcoin Address: 13GebGv284cQN7xRs7S6husHX5cczijAA2 TXiD: 1f7899ed81e59574290af4004d4d693b36e998683703ff34b31b2eb9e8840596
11. Helmholtz (86th Post Random.org Result of 86) Bitcoin Address: 1MWNTEwygKLxvSzreA5NytgqXKdicNyJQs TXiD: 1f516ede86afd1ce49a26b4fa88fc0a6ee20d4f07ed5492df90a539ff38ffd2e
12. Blood Ninja (105th Post Random.org Result of 105) Bitcoin Address: 1PRA2ijbv31mHxGFurWUmduPkztTHCWsLo TXiD: 14d6456c24f8b88db59d47b7588fb94355d1543cf268115e540a59f84e6d7ff7
13. HeroC (29th Post Random.org Result of 29) Bitcoin Address: 1HeroCCotNLtJzpEiWGrRkaFSFDBZkF1jG TXiD: 3d9457395f898716768faf0337fd8d525d2d52a15012fa7d018d4853e9e36222
14. jesse11 (155th Post Random.org Result of 155) Bitcoin Address: 1Ns9v93ngjYJavLc6VMQj7HKPCv5BCPSRE TXiD: 8d2751b848497a96646034b213d31c8bbdccfd0d73523633e691b5f60335e194
15. BobMarley (45th Post Random.org Result of 45) Bitcoin Address: 1LRNgytsPFjFzZKuWRCGbdkMwf8QGirNDR TXiD: 790fab8cde43e1f57e8b70ba01d438618bd0e2b21c6940403a1102764023cb8a
16. xide (83rd Post Random.org Result of 83) Bitcoin Address: 168CSEtcxFjzhH63ZeVp1ACDZ1t3A6ZdHZ TXiD: aa97822aa680bc2865281e9992dda27801eab97532011e92bdfe89555733e018
17. abbeytim (153rd Post Random.org Result of 153) Bitcoin Address: 148PmRLnHj4K89CcQajhz3dZQt7E66d53W TXiD: a8989c39197a81549f688ce7e7e96bc0d11b46fc62812aa1b632a61cff652778
18. coderjeff (18th Post Random.org Result of 18) Bitcoin Address: 19HTfpqnJucLpbCbYUDLSAmBEduuaQitpo TXiD: ed68809d68547f661042a5b0003efe9d00dbf42b93a2c677d7106be05cf10f45
19. chynnc (172nd Post Random.org Result of 172) Bitcoin Address: 1GTuDdGygfs3Qj2avz5xWRAVoAc9iTTDW6 TXiD: 539084714e586d5eb078956917b94411c5c71c19fcf52e327898a75b516d10f0
20. apbgl (100th Post Random.org Result of 100) Bitcoin Address: 155w8Jh5LkWD57LPNHVPufpYqmLNAWp9qd TXiD: 7522676d1b86f6a1e54ae38f8f9f4b258bf99e6f29bcbdeb54a6b2979394797a
21. LTCForCash (81st Post Random.org Result of 81) Bitcoin Address: 13RadLwHKmtTg2KE5SGmeM5Fq8S3eVMRwS TXiD: 7d337f0709d00ab4188321b636826adb80d2001fffbfa698be6c92361e21367a
22. rigel (212th Post Random.org Result of 212) Bitcoin Address: 1Q5g6maD5f5bjJeZ1kiY7pEeKsxmZeW9FW TXiD: 9eb59210b713166c983fa18dfb81c0051563999ffdb7aaa38fe52730b8e55e65
23. oioleov (108th Post Random.org Result of 108) Bitcoin Address: 1XqKX3dX4pao2NqyhksmaNQBB88DUaCM4 TXiD: ea9fa96d00996b8815c1e6f84696a6c3919ca3deee9a3121eb494c496908e5bc
24. Breakstuff (168th Post Random.org Result of 168) Bitcoin Address: 19KRH4ZMQFU59YaquD7Y1qYRD62yMAa2cZ TXiD: c6a1f8b24e8e85f746223d8897544b6e555e625d02807bfe837c2cd6d8f8234c
25. dalek (58th Post Random.org Result of 58) Bitcoin Address: 1FcGvmsHv8vFRPfGLFYsdAA9vd7MTVWkJM TXiD: 488c4ec3708ff786935c8ab79e45488117c888db0a520022209a5b37f7b35513
26. Stinky_Pete (169th Post Random.org Result of 169) Bitcoin Address: 1DjkRWuyUHcgoY1n7FmoAchxEMqyTZoEWB TXiD: b74af180e2f85274d85737704cf680f1aa8a63187411135f852dfdc360f3d84d
27. monbux (345th Post Random.org Result of 345) Bitcoin Address: 16zh6GmuyGCwizowXB5qhKAkMTAJHqyyiX TXiD: 635b2cdf6d19577e9eedce400ad5b25bc69e4100e86e2e997763f3c784c0a314
28. DrWk (250th Post Random.org Result of 250) Bitcoin Address: 1Fate9QhwYdyNXi7kmQt6Da4uEnbR9EueB TXiD: 0bd75bf5f16459796e061b3ba7725285f3e2ba99f67efbbc3dfe8279d01aaf0d
29. stringer (176th Post Random.org Result of 176) Bitcoin Address: 1Dpe7VEX2WpWtuSoFnpHyDGttyYH49tGhu TXiD: 6a80bf1042b461e099bfb2ad32e38a72b8ccb08c46df9bc6278bc9440af74bdb
30. bucketofsocks (107th Post Random.org Result of 107) Bitcoin Address: 15Tca95YDUHSrWUt6SwoAY2PGTAi144rWU TXiD: bee6fcc35962b728436c202625baec7ea5e759c4bec11e4ccca87037a3dc194c
31. jubjub (255th Post Random.org Result of 255) Bitcoin Address: 1EDsaw9rmMPZ5nMgUe9t2P8tE8Put2VR4a TXiD: 93d29b2127f698cc099242ee8454298310fb14a49fd9e23712dcdd2c79f5cbc9
32. viboracecata (156th Post Random.org Result of 156) Bitcoin Address: 1C1pqZjzaQRFmUYDDe7u2jE22Kuk8eED77 TXiD: 6cbcb5bf1a3caf079298e1d0ab5ee10c9e246af203ec690953a094100acf0d61
33. FrozzenAxe (110th Post Random.org Result of 110) Bitcoin Address: 15JDnA6mcYpSorsdqVNnE4Cz1juv9ueJ9W TXiD: 58197bbef0bda96ed5d6b5570bae8990297364f4434d6f428100b6f8471a065a
34. brendan_friendan (72nd Post Random.org Result of 72) Bitcoin Address: 1Ei2C2sEL5SCaTaSchB46PmpuUQsiYAqzz TXiD: a82df059be8cf3e12d7fe410b8cafe6669ee6d46ca7226cadba32f279a3bacaf
35. TheHarlemSheikh (381st Post Random.org Result of 381) Bitcoin Address: 18RNnT9UmNMwkSJyBXdCBGmrhWsgK6eeB4 TXiD: 63b5383695583cad4af1504e9c4b4680fd80f514a0df2d5cae8b70bb41490db6
36. imbladednow (417th Post Random.org Result of 417) Bitcoin Address: 1BUrnYeVjHaE7xv8zKaM8TMbSrbALqxBrF TXiD: 05a68b5ca1b003c9859e990fbb8a861c69548d46cc4bd830f322474461322135
37. faiza1990 (269th Post Random.org Result of 269) Bitcoin Address: 1K6twJt1LANEHRjJcka9GMTzGcQZbrUGgt TXiD: 034c35d297f2324f5b85c3ca9c6443d648d865f786d50df4f3b5260d973fab2a
38. howeth (16th Post Random.org Result of 16) Bitcoin Address: 1La6dR1h1KyRA2X4Yktvo1FmgVhTVAMj61 TXiD: 3f00684a59868107cbb3454aec9673b04a0523d1f42b47c01de9dfa5ae3ca8b5
39. reactive4ce (406th Post Random.org Result of 406) Bitcoin Address: 112V4eKTsRBaCnptS7jLLPjHVAdY4ohZam TXiD: 772b3948d3bbabdfd323d5bea6f8efcce3934e42765c501bb4f156f095e7055b
40. Slak (216th Post Random.org Result of 216) Bitcoin Address: 1FGKZsmdPGC8ejabSuZWiUHh1w4dcpE93f TXiD: df9eee993d21f81369de2186d71135e875f00cce1babc09ad38741fc6d014aa4
41. jefe541 (54th Post Random.org Result of 54) Bitcoin Address: 1LH2BjUrCwCwB6YywwKFvwDdbEMUko21E6 TXiD: a383b0f080c604c62c09a4a3499d12efebee95a524a205eb0512688f4345d276
42. jogglssen (620th Post Random.org Result of 620) Bitcoin Address: 1K5q97j4gA2tEwsyQBpy24vYmKBMr384ZL TXiD: 3c288d94aa7f891740ae288d984f90ae020d0b5c1c1f595128943903c4f4ca00
44. m4sterch3fed (196th Post Random.org Result of 196) Bitcoin Address: 164cFqVhD4WiuadHxZGuHGoJ3mM7wTeQKc TXiD: dbaf139cf5ab37f21de70f01afca87fa3668e190c73aaf7f52d53c7f17b2e08f
45. MrHempStock (123rd Post Random.org Result of 123) Bitcoin Address: 1HmQbRFvUMDtci5a5tXpAs1m2r5oz8cFz3 TXiD: 93294e292fca3469e47c535168ab3a4db408f29a00f4bcc12b6104432613b0b7

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19  Bitcoin / Mining / Offering Free Bitcoin Mining (1 BTM Each) (Post your address to receive) MERGED on: July 13, 2013, 08:17:50 AM
Hi All,

So my 7 x ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks Arrived and I am incredibly bored with them already. So I thought Hey! Why don't I mine for some other people just gettin into bitcoins that could really use the starting coins.

So...

I'm offering to mine 0.001 Bitcoin on EclipseMC just post your Bitcoin Address I will be paying out random 1 BTM Payouts throughout the year Cheesy

Cheers,

CrazyRabbi

*UPDATE* Got another 2 ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks (Current Total of 7 ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks circa August 5th 2013)

*UPDATE* Got another 2 ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks (At the Time 5 ASiCMiNER Block Erupter USB Sticks)

*UPDATE* Well I officially derped the payouts and I greatly apologize as I forgot about the dust and the minimum payout of 5430 Satoshis so because of this I'm going to be offering 1 BTM each Randomly throughout the year.

1. Moneymaker1990 (22nd Post Random.org Result of 22) Bitcoin Address: 1oUAJe8TAnuv5p68fZk6ERGwYaMmTW9qj TXiD: d77be9b2853b7b15151c4357429bfa2a1312ba0897cade9e2a89d6824286e258
2. last2stand (3rd Post Random.org Result of 3) Bitcoin Address: 1AGvQLkzKd9cG1hxZPuqMzVTdEEPFrCbnY TXiD: b0d05a62ec3a47340ffcabeb530999ab47477c696361a963b0fac02a5cd5be12
3. dashingriddler (28th Post Random.org Result of 28) Bitcoin Address: 1DASHcxFw8Rpbfys4sE5bP36aomA7BwTKn TXiD: 2bc2b4203e8aa1860480281f17e74c86044d0e33729af142a6e36a1b39daf419
4. Duffer1 (8th Post Random.org Result of 8 ) Bitcoin Address: 1MHKhfiC7AgZdErt9b8xkXbcKoWSxPjJgG TXiD: 5886c64c4494b6bb7c8c88938ea176c80c87b2084d02c0ac33a135dd62b58a55
5. addzz (34th Post Random.org Result of 34) Bitcoin Address: 1GsFqYUhGdRAn9NzFG79pDhgPjJvHa5eV9 TXiD: 951255dfc7ab8477381cf782b274c19ffa3a196bfac8e3344b96b1f1fae336f0
6. Boomsling (86th Post Random.org Result of 86) Bitcoin Address: 1GaZfpKAB72QaLTFqzed1aTAsnB3TGRkN1 TXiD: af89aa01bc8d218e5619b38466bdaa675feaaf193fb5df8ec04fc425c47458af
7. viriat0 (37th Post Random.org Result of 37) Bitcoin Address: 1Ji88xdBUdRNbKKd5MHoD6R6CzYc7hnWwE TXiD: f24876cbd26db12f4d884c5c169a37a8c6320d8b5b3c2160a4a91d3a59c4d4a9
8. Myrddindc (7th Post Random.org Result of 7) Bitcoin Address: 1Ap6VqoEj4U76Dj1c3TXnb69Dr92bTYbT8 TXiD: 17cefdc9d0b5e1daafb8615ad2e3b9b279bccc4c9f3385e7ca47eb554a5b48bf
9. pedrog (31st Post Random.org Result of 31) Bitcoin Address: 1Pedro2azgb6Hd3kYTEdGUAjVaNGBrXGEE TXiD: 41c8c0691d6a214ace71f779332fc0f8761493ddb23d0e9ef6d76930c8c39db5
10. SirMintAlot (17th Post Random.org Result of 17) Bitcoin Address: 142BHpdq4wey7PC3Cp5QiUoshF19u3yvHN TXiD: 9788851d45ced4997ea847db0754990aa410059a0db26d9b3abd090596771c35
11. Gordon Bleu (29th Post Random.org Result of 29) Bitcoin Address: 1DdtTzJeQojWYGwYa669VoeJ785iyJPoQB TXiD: 7194bdbfaf16dc9b6ac273310163501d3471234769ccd8a305cfa28f19c02388
12. foroplus (109th Post Random.org Result of 109) Bitcoin Address: 15oaPoBwzdDGEoPnK7cZajP7gYRVYG1DHC TXiD: 20a002c34039edccd344d02a847584a913d5180948d453e64409cc0d9fc8c44a
13. M3n70r (54th Post Random.org Result of 54) Bitcoin Address: 16CW5GjAqPDP6kD8d6apFxGAbp6QR6v2aJ TXiD: b07b44166d5841bf042bf23795627246e4fa39d242d566b0b62478a3f829c1cc


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20  Economy / Service Discussion / PLEASE DELETE! on: July 07, 2013, 10:56:25 AM
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