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1  Economy / Invites & Accounts / 《WTS》 Red trust btctalk accounts at cheapest price on: June 06, 2019, 11:06:28 AM
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2  Economy / Invites & Accounts / [WTS] SENIOR/HERO/LEGENDARY MEMBER ACCS CHEAP on: April 04, 2019, 01:59:20 PM
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3  Economy / Trading Discussion / Where can US citizens futures trade BTC now????? on: October 01, 2015, 05:24:27 PM
It used to be booming at OKCasino. Found out today its a no-go for me being a US citizen. Made an account at Bitmex real quick...same deal.

I just want to gamble. Point me to the right direction.

I want those epic leverages...x10 at least!  Grin Grin Grin
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / What ever happened to BREAKOUTCOIN (BRO? Was it finally confirmed to be a scam? on: August 16, 2015, 09:47:49 AM
ANN is here devoid of any activity since the BCT hack since thread was closed.

Slack is private with no ways of getting an invitation. Website is still down.

There was supposed to be some announcement in August and with 2 weeks left in the month and absolutely no activity, its looking pretty bleak.

Scam? Right?
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / [EQDX] EquinoxDarkCoin | POS | POD | Disappearing Dark Services| Bittrex (soon) on: November 04, 2014, 02:41:59 PM

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Block 101 - 1000 10 UROD
Block 1001 - 2000 20 UROD
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Block 6001 - 9000 50 UROD
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Source: soon
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Bittrex - soon 100% guarantee (they always add scam..i mean, legit coins)
allcoin - for the sharks


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More details coming soon....
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Altcoins are killing Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency as a whole on: October 25, 2014, 08:08:13 AM
The altmarket is the biggest suppression when it comes to Bitcoin mass adoption. To date, there should rightfully only be a handful of altcoins available, specifically, those that actually feature innovations and/or improve upon blockchain technology.

But no, instead we have thousands of 'shitcoins' made strictly, for the most part, to scam investors for a quick buck.

Adding a new currency was initially limited to the governments throughout the world. Now we gave that same power to every capable individual. And we as a whole, have produced one decent 'currency' per hundreds of shitcoins produced per month.

When I was introduced to Bitcoin, i did more research into cryptocurrency. Not long after, without even trying, I basically knew so much about altcoins...specifically, the scams. I heard more news about Altcoin scams than I did about actual bitcoin news.

This is the kind of crap that will ruin Crypto. A huge percentage  of BTC owners dont hold or invest in BTC. They use it to trade via trading against shitcoins. A majority of BTC holders dont really care about if Bitcoin goes 'to the moon'. They just want to choose wisely between a 'short' or a 'long'.

Your average basement dweller can produce a new altcoin in a few hours and dedicate the remainder of the day to create a few graphics, hype up some new 'innovation', and the sheeple traders follow blindly. Next thing you know, hidden premine. Dev earns $5-50k for a days work. And on to the next one.

This is crypto. Only a tiny percentage actually use bitcoin as a currency instead of just a trading token. The majority are only in it for trading against shitcoins.

Shut down all Bitcoin exchanges save only those keeping ONLY BTC/USD, and you will see a true rise to BTC. As long as the alt market is present, Bitcoin will go nowhere but a steady downtrend in terms of value.

The majority of the bitcoin community is the reason why Bitcoin will never be truly become the new currency as some believe.

I'll come back to this when BTC is trading @ $250 ea. by XMAS, and $120 by the end of winter.

RIP Tim Draper.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [HOW TO] █-█-█ BECOME the next PAID trader ala RYAN PUMPER!!! for FREE █-█-█ on: October 16, 2014, 11:59:47 AM
Here are instructions on how to turn you into the next RyanPumper:

  • Have $10 worth of BTC
  • Invest $0.10 on 100 coins. (Market buy, set low buy order, doesn't really matter)
  • Sometime during the day, cash out (tiny) profits. This is basically guaranteed due to volatility and the amount of different coins invested in
  • Pick a few of those coins and post profit % in the thread. **MS Paint skills required to add arrows & percentages
  • Do this for a week or so until people start catching on
  • Once I have people convinced, start charging them for membership
  • Rinse and repeat investing $0.10 per coin while raking in 0.5 BTC PER member PER week..which could add up nicely  Wink

Very little risk, with 0.5 BTC income PER member PER week!  Grin

Also, it would be in your best interest to post the occasional 'trading tip'. Which is really the 'hardest' part of this whole process. Check Investopedia if you want a ton of freebies. Just change the wording.  Wink

You're most welcome.  Wink

Bonus for you early birds: If you want to see FelixOliver aka RyanPumper throwing a fit over the reveal of his methods, read the topic from this post onwards:
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / What a horrible time for Crypto on: August 21, 2014, 01:47:53 PM
Not just with bitcoin drops, and not only with all the altcoin scams, but just cryptocurrency as a whole is just extremely 'meh'.

What a horrible time for Crypto. No wonder people have been cashing out of alts and converting BTC to fiat for the past few weeks. No wonder alt market scene's volume is laughable compared to what it was just 2 months ago.

The smart ones dropped crypto weeks ago and is now sitting on fiat waiting for this phase to end while slowly accumulating cheap Bitcoins.

The dumb ones are the one continuously trading large BTC amounts in the alt scene constantly losing money by the day.

I feel sorry for all the noobs now just stepping in to Crypto. Literally the worst possible time..and dont get me started of how much worse its going to get if this 'expected' Bitcoin bubble doesnt come through..
9  Economy / Scam Accusations / [MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP SCAM] Beware of Scammer: Bobsurplus on: August 09, 2014, 06:17:00 AM

BEWARE OF BOBSURPLUS's so-called membership. (posting this where you can stop deleting it Bobsurplus)

I provided evidence in his membership thread as you can read below. It was simply providing facts for potential investors. Then he proceeds to delete my posts in his thread which can be found here:

Here is the screencap of my initial post: (i actually considered investing but after some digging I knew it was best not to)

Here is the screencap of deleted posts & content:

As you can see, he basically confirmed that he did drive the price down of CLOAK to 150k yesterday. Really Bobsurplus? Is that what you do to your own community? You create your own FUD to shake out people from the very coin you're supporting?

Guys, if you want to gamble (or completely waste) your 1 BTC, feel free to join in his "club". As you can see, he is already a very 'trustworthy' guy.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Website with some good charts for TA? on: July 14, 2014, 06:18:44 PM
Like Bitcoinwisdom...but BTCWisdom is very limited. I was hoping to get charts of newly added coins on exchanges as well.

Mintpal charts are lulz, Bittrex charts are meh, ....

I wonder where BlockChainParty gets his charts from...?
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / What is staking and what is minting? on: June 25, 2014, 04:18:54 PM
i know they have to do with the coin wallet but what exactly?
12  Other / Beginners & Help / Best place to sell BTC? on: June 25, 2014, 08:59:31 AM
Coinbase lets anyone sell up to $50k per day. Not that I would ever need to sell that much but good to have that option.

However, for example BTC does take off in the near future and explodes to $2k+ per BTC, and lets also say that Coinbase shuts down for whatever reason...where can I sell my BTC in bulk?
13  Other / Beginners & Help / Just created Paper Wallets on safe are my BTC? on: June 22, 2014, 06:43:13 PM
Used the Paper Wallet feature on Bitcoin. The only thing I know is that they dont store the PRIVATE key of your newly printed wallet, therefore they cant do anything with your transferred BTC.

I'm aware that my BTC arent as safe as if I'd opted for the Cold Storage method, but from what I understand, my only real risks are;

1. There is malware on my PC which screencapped/logged (somehow) the paper wallet creation & print process.
2. My printer gets stolen and some one decides to go through the trouble of going through the Printer's memory and reprinting my paper wallet
3. Coinbase is lying and they actually do store Paper Wallet private keys

are those all or am I missing some more?
14  Economy / Speculation / Why is the BTC price dropping?? on: June 20, 2014, 08:12:38 AM
With all the news and media BTC is getting lately, there should be NO reason for BTC to drop below $600...

Seriously, go on /r/Bitcoin and daily there are new great news for Bitcoin daily.

I can understand if the price just stabilized at $600 but this downtrend is confusing me....

15  Other / Beginners & Help / Scenario: I lost my paper wallet... on: June 17, 2014, 03:00:20 PM
...but I have the private key ONLY. No public key, no public & private QR codes, etc..

what are the step-by-step instructions on how to go about using my private key only to transfer funds to a newly created wallet?
16  Other / Beginners & Help / Coinbase paper wallet vs paper wallet on: June 17, 2014, 01:07:32 PM
Finally going to create my first paper wallet. I have my BTC currently in Coinbase where I originally bought them from.

Coinbase has a seemingly easy paper wallet creation feature while gives more options and essentially, better security.

I know that coinbase cannot create a Cold storage/paper wallet while can...but aside from that main security difference, are there any other differences between creating a paper wallet in Coinbase vs
17  Other / Beginners & Help / How do I check the balance on my paper wallet? on: June 14, 2014, 03:07:19 PM
..without having to unload/sweep my entire balance on some other address/wallet?

Basically im going to use the Paper Wallet as a piggy bank...but I want to monitor it and confirm my BTC transactions are going through.

Whats the best and easiest way to do this?

also, I have some BTC sitting in my coinbase wallet and even when I enter the several addresses, including Wallet Address and those several automatically generated addresses after each transaction, into, it says the balance is 0 BTC....hmmmmm
18  Other / Beginners & Help / Please help me understand PAPER WALLETS on: June 13, 2014, 05:13:59 AM

At this moment I have bought some bitcoins from Coinbase. Transaction finally went through and I am now the proud owner of 1 BTC (lol). I have another transaction currently pending bought on impulse due to the price drop.

I see that Coinbase has a paper wallet feature, but I still do not completely understand how paper wallets work, so please, help enlighten me.

1. I know how to make a paper wallet in and in Coinbase...which one do you recommend?
2. It is recommended to make a Paper Wallet in OFFLINE. Would it suffice to just go to, save the webpage (using Firefox), go offline, open saved page and produce BTC address/paper wallet, & Print? Or do I have to take any more extra steps for maximum security?
3. Once the paper wallet has been produced/printed (whether using or Coinbase), I can now simply deposit BTC to from my coinbase account using the BTC address right?
4. Can I continuously load as much BTC as I want in my BTC paper wallet using the BTC address? There is no limit causing me to have to create another paper wallet?
5. If I withdraw all my funds (because theres no way to just remove some of the BTC..all or nothing), to another BTC address, is it possible for me to reuse my old paper wallet or should I just 'scrap' it?

last but not least
6. Basically my BTC is store in the blockchain. The Paper Wallet is only secure because it has not been contaminated by the internet. Upon creating it, it has never been ONLINE. Therefore my Private Key is completely safe from any type of hacks/malware/virus/etc..THe paper wallet does not actually contain the BTC within the QRF code, but the paper wallet itself is more of an ACCESS KEY to blockchain to access your BTC i correct?

Again, sorry for the completely noob questions. One step at a time I suppose. Really hoping to wrap my head around the entire BTC process (mainly the whole transferring and securing), since I plan on buying more BTC down the road and there is no better time than now as the prices are 'low'.  Grin
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