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1  Economy / Reputation / Plagiarism - two accounts on: February 11, 2021, 09:19:18 AM
I don't think I have to write too much, you can see everything clearly. Two accounts copied another user posts text from another thread.

Thread of original posts (page 3):

Thread of plagiarised posts (page 2):

Original post:
An audit must have something to audit. First we have to wait for the Whitepaper to be published and only then can we judge anything. For now, we only know the basics of the nice graphics that were published in the opening post, and this is definitely not enough to be able to say something more about this project.

Well, an audit must have something to audit. First we have to wait for the Whitepaper to be published and only then can we judge anything. For now, we only know the basics of the nice graphics that were published in the opening post, and this is definitely not enough to be able to say something more about this

Original post:
Projects that are created remotely online have not suffered from the COVID-19 pandemic. In my opinion, the cryptocurrency market is one of those that has suffered the least from the financial markets. I think World Token can develop without any problems, and the pandemic should not interfere with it.

Projects that are created remotely online have not suffered from the COVID-19 pandemic. In my opinion, the BeatBind is one of those that has suffered the least from the financial markets. I think World Token can develop without any problems, and the pandemic should not interfere with it.

I'm sure that one person owns both accounts.

Edit/ both are already banned
2  Other / Off-topic / i want to play on: April 17, 2020, 03:23:19 AM
I want to play right now in some games but im too drunk to register
Link to casino please - without registration - just deposit.. thx

Something with black jack and rouette
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Android emulator for desktop? on: February 03, 2019, 08:22:29 PM

Do anyone use or know some Android emulator for dekstop that is friendly with wallets for altcoins and applications from cryptocurrency market?
4  Local / Mercado y Economía / taxation of BTC sales in Spain on: February 17, 2018, 06:44:38 AM
Sorry that I will write in english in this thread. I speak Spanish, but when i have to write anything it is terrible.

My tax residence is in Spain. How many % of tax have to pay private person when sell Bitcoin or other crypto? Is there any free tax amount?

Maybe you know some website or article about that? Can be ofcourse in Spanish.

5  Economy / Lending / loan needed - 0.035 on: February 17, 2017, 01:25:32 PM
Edited.. Last post is actual.


Loan needed:

loan - 0.03 BTC
period - 10 days
interest - 0.034
collateral - reputation of two Hero Member accounts.

Address to receive BTC: 36LmjbWYv9Zq2kTHTiMfhg1hPaVPRErWqV

Signed message 9 months old:

Address: 1LjNECKfNTmoLpK8PK4chHHcUXt8rAwmyN


I'm asking for loan 0.03 BTC

Signature: IDy5wpjdZYxExwCTVYyDYH/zuv0Fu6SVOd0lredNHILvM3Y3v450RrqYz3CV3g2TPlRqM8ZhsZN5koroMk4MrLc=

6  Economy / Reputation / trust feedbacks for BTC on: February 02, 2017, 09:57:54 PM

I'm not sure if this is correct place of this forum. There was no fraud, so I can not open thread in the scam accusation section.
I write here as warning.

Today i got message from user "" -;u=945707

Message: "Will give you free .001BTC in exchange for positive rep trust."

Probably it is only alt account, so red tag will not help.
Anyway it will be good to inform people that this user is playing not fair.
I will let information about that in his "trust section"
7  Economy / Lending / [CLOSED] Looking for 0.026 BTC loan - collateral - my reputation on: January 31, 2017, 11:10:39 PM

Not sure how that look, so my proposition is:

Loan 0.026 BTC
Collateral - my reputation ( I own two hero member accounts) - I can sign message from both
For 2 weeks
Interest 10%
( I will repay 0.03 if transfer will be done with 0.0005 fee)

Is anyone interested?

I'm sure that i will repay this loan earlier - two weeks is only for "any case"
Also if interest is to low - please let me know.
8  Economy / Micro Earnings / Advertise with - 10 vouch copies of 500 clicks on: November 24, 2016, 02:15:16 PM
Hi everyone!

In the name of - PTC service where you can earn Bitcoins while viewing websites and videos - i have little giveaway for all of you who want advertise service or even referral link.

I have 10 vouch copies of 500 clicks for "Member" or above.

You have to post in this thread:
Ad Title:

Users with "red trust" - not allowed.


No illegal/warez, adult sites or frame-breakers.

Before you post URL please test your link here: (to make sure that the site you are submitting shows up in frames.)

Cheers!  Grin
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / What will happen to the transaction fee? on: November 18, 2016, 05:31:31 PM
I began to wonder what will happen with the amount of transaction fee in the future..

I mean, that transaction fee continues to grow, increasing also Bitcoin price.

Now optimal fee is ~19k satoshi, but what gonna happen in few years? How high can be transaction fee when Bitcoin price will be let say $10k?   Wink Cheesy

Is it possible that transaction fee in future will be for example $10 ?  Roll Eyes
10  Economy / Exchanges / Poloniex is down (06.06.2016) on: June 06, 2016, 01:56:18 PM
It looks like Poloniex is down!

I hope it is not next Mt.Gox crush!!!

Edit: It looks like it is only problem with servers. I hope...
11  Economy / Auctions / Senior member bitcointalk account on: May 01, 2016, 03:13:53 PM
Auction is for this account.

Can provide a signed message.

Starting bid 0.01 btc

Auction finishes 24 hours after last bid.


12  Other / Politics & Society / Most young Arabs reject Isis and think 'caliphate' will fail on: April 12, 2016, 08:22:32 AM

The vast majority of young Arabs are increasingly rejecting Islamic State and believe the extremist group will fail to establish a caliphate, a poll has found.

Only 13% of Arab youths said they could imagine themselves supporting Isis even if it did not use much violence, down from 19% last year, while 50% saw it as the biggest problem facing the Middle East, up from 37% last year, according to the 2016 Arab Youth Survey.

However, concern is mounting across the region as a chronic lack of jobs and opportunities were cited as the principal factor feeding terrorist recruitment. In eight of the 16 countries surveyed, employment problems were a bigger pull factor for Isis than extreme religious views.

The eighth annual survey provides a snapshot of the aspirations of 200 million people. It found that five years after the start of the Arab spring, most youngsters prioritise stability over democracy. Optimism that the region would be better off in the wake of the 2011 uprisings has been steadily declining.

In 2016, only 36% of young people said they felt the Arab world was in better shape following the upheaval, down from 72% in 2012. The majority (53%) agreed that maintaining stability was more important than promoting democracy (28%). In 2011, 92% of Arab youth said “living in a democracy” was their most cherished wish.

Concern about poor job prospects was observed across the Arab world, where one in four 15- to 24-year-olds are jobless – the highest youth unemployment on the planet, according to World Bank. The International Labour Organisation believes up to 75 million young people are without a job in Arab countries.

The Arab Youth Survey was based on 3,500 interviews across a range of issues with respondents aged 18 to 24.

It found that 47% believed Sunni-Shia relations were deteriorating and 52% felt religion played too big a role in a region dominated by Saudi Arabia and Iran – respective cheerleaders for each sect and on opposite sides of the wars in Syria and Yemen.

Overall, 39% of Arab youth viewed the bloody conflict in Syria as a proxy war fought by regional and global powers, 29% saw it as a revolution against the Bashar al-Assad regime, and 22% believed it was a civil war among Syrians.

Nearly half of those polled supported the 2015 international nuclear deal that ended sanctions and brought Iran in from the cold – in striking contrast to the hostility of Saudi Arabia and other Gulf governments. Divisions were also evident in Arab youth perceptions of the US, with 63% considering it an ally and 32% as an enemy.

Lack of democracy was cited as the biggest obstacle facing the Middle East by 22%, compared with 50% pointing to the rise of Isis. But two-thirds of young Arabs (67%) still wanted their leaders to do more to improve their personal freedoms and the human rights of citizens, particularly women.

The survey by the PR consultancy Asda’a Burson-Marsteller, which has an office in Dubai, found that the United Arab Emirates is viewed by young Arabs as “a model country” that is economically secure, and is the most favoured nation to live in and set up a business.

Nearly one in four (22%) cited the UAE – a federation of hereditary sheikhdoms without elected representative institutions – as the country they would most like to live in. A similar number said it is the nation they would most like their own country to emulate (23%). Respondents were not asked specifically about abuses that are regularly highlighted by international human rights watchdogs.

The survey found 66% of Arab youth were increasingly concerned about falling oil prices, though 78% still believed they were entitled to subsidised energy – despite plummeting revenues. Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest oil producer, is struggling to undertake large-scale economic reforms in response.

More young Arabs get their daily news online than from TV or print media, according to the survey – while 32% said they get their daily news online, 29% watch TV news and just 7% read newspapers daily (down from 13% in 2015).

The Arab Youth Survey 2016 is carried out by international polling firm Penn Schoen Berland for Asda’a Burson-Marsteller. Respondents are from Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, UAE and Yemen.
13  Other / Politics & Society / Noam Chomsky: White fear of revenge is ‘deeply rooted in American culture’ on: April 02, 2016, 10:54:36 AM

American culture is imbued with fears that African Americans will someday repay the violence and oppression that has marred their history in this country, according to linguist and cultural critic Noam Chomsky. Speaking with philosopher George Yancy about the roots of American racism, from Native American genocide to anti-black discrimination, Chomsky emphasized the ongoing impact of black enslavement and subjugation in the U.S., saying “fears that the victims might rise up and take revenge are deeply rooted in American culture, with reverberations to the present.”

Chomsky was speaking with Yancy as part of an ongoing New York Times series of discussions around race. Early in the conversation, Yancy noted that contemporary American conversations about terrorism often omit “the fact that many black people in the United States have had a long history of being terrorized by white racism.” Chomsky cited the fact that slaves had arrived in the colonies 400 years ago, and were largely responsible for America’s early economic strength.

“We…cannot allow ourselves to forget that the hideous slave labor camps of the new “empire of liberty” were a primary source for the wealth and privilege of American society, as well as England and the continent. The industrial revolution was based on cotton, produced primarily in the slave labor camps of the United States.”

Slaves were highly efficient producers, Chomsky states, and “[p]roductivity increased even faster than in industry, thanks to the technology of the bullwhip and pistol, and the efficient practice of brutal torture.”

With the end of slavery came an immediate need to criminalize African Americans to ensure a bustling—and free—labor force. Chomsky notes “that blacks were arrested without real cause and prisoners were put to work for these business interests. The system provided a major contribution to the rapid industrial development from the late 19th century.”

More recently, Reagan helped drive this process of profiteering off the criminalizing of black bodies through the war on drugs. Chomsky says the policy “initiated a new Jim Crow, Michelle Alexander’s apt term for the revived criminalization of black life, evident in the shocking incarceration rates and the devastating impact on black society.”

Chomsky also discussed America’s long history of atrocities toward its native population, and the historical revisionism of figures such as Teddy Roosevelt, who pretended that white colonizers had been benevolent invaders. He noted that in reality, America’s native peoples had been “extirpated” or “expelled to destitution and misery.”

“That’s only a bare beginning of the shocking record of the Anglosphere and its settler-colonial version of imperialism, a form of imperialism that leads quite naturally to the ‘utter extirpation’ of the indigenous population, and to ‘intentional ignorance’ on the part of beneficiaries of the crimes.”

The refusal to acknowledge this history of oppression, violence and genocide may be the most disturbing and terrible tendency of America’s dominant culture. “Perhaps the most appalling contemporary myth is that none of this happened,” said Chomsky. He added:

“There is also a common variant of what has sometimes been called ‘intentional ignorance’ of what it is inconvenient to know: ‘Yes, bad things happened in the past, but let us put all of that behind us and march on to a glorious future, all sharing equally in the rights and opportunities of citizenry.’ The appalling statistics of today’s circumstances of African-American life can be confronted by other bitter residues of a shameful past, laments about black cultural inferiority, or worse, forgetting how our wealth and privilege was created in no small part by the centuries of torture and degradation of which we are the beneficiaries and they remain the victims.”

Chomsky and Yancy touched upon Ferguson, Gaza, and the similarities between the two, and Islamophobia in the post-9/11 age. As they closed, Yancy asked Chomsky about possible ways of putting an end to racism.

“Racism is far from eradicated, but it is not what it was not very long ago, thanks to such efforts,” Chomsky said. Cautiously hopeful, he added: “It’s a long, hard road. No magic wand, as far as I know.”
14  Other / Off-topic / Fuckebythenavele on: September 14, 2015, 07:22:55 PM
Earliest use of fuck....

A British historian has revealed the earliest recorded use of the Anglo-Saxon swearword “f*ck.” Extensive trawling of historical tracts for the naughty bits found the first use of the word with its sexual connotations dates from court records in 1310.

The document in question concerns a man with the unfortunate name of Roger Fuckebythenavele, which senior research fellow at Keele University Dr Paul Booth discovered accidentally while researching the reign of Edward II.

Initially Booth believed the name was a joke made up by the court clerk, he told the MailOnline, but after finding the surname Fuckebythenavele three times he changed his mind.

“I think that shows it is not a joke,” he said.

“Either it refers to an inexperienced copulator, referring to someone trying to have sex with the navel, or it’s a rather extravagant explanation for a dimwit, someone so stupid they think that this is the way to have sex,” he added.

15  Other / Politics & Society / Anger grows at death of Palestinian toddler firebombed by Israeli extremists on: July 31, 2015, 03:04:23 PM
Photographs have emerged of the 18-month-old child killed in an arson attack by suspected Jewish extremists in the West Bank. 

Ali Saad Dawabsha died after masked individuals reportedly threw two Molotov cocktails into his family home in Duma, near Nablus early on Friday morning.

The family of four were sleeping during the attack, with Ali’s father Sa’ad able to rescue four-year-old son Ahmed, who was burnt on over 60 per cent of his body, and wife Rehan, who sustained 90 per cent burns, but unable to find his youngest son.

Images of the toddler started to emerge as outrage over the attack, just over a year since a Palestinian teenager was killed, mounted online.

Israel’s defence minister confirmed the family had been taken to a hospital in nearby Nablus, but that they would be transferred to Israeli hospitals.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned the “terror attack.”

He told the Jerusalem Post: “Israel deals harshly with terrorism, no matter who the perpetrators are”.

However, the Palestinian Liberation Organisation (PLO) tweeted on Friday morning that they held the Israeli government “fully responsible”.

PLO Secretary-General Saeb Erekat called for the international community to intervene.

“We call upon the international community to end its policy of empty statements and to finally do something to protect Palestinians,” he told the Jerusalem Post.

Goes to show there are psychos on both sides of the Israeli - Palestinian drama in the ME. Personally I think they all need to chill the fuck out...
16  Other / Politics & Society / Portugal decriminalised all drugs - now hardly anyone dies from overdoses on: June 08, 2015, 06:45:28 PM

Portugal decriminalised the use of all drugs in 2001. Weed, cocaine, heroin, you name it — Portugal decided to treat possession and use of small quantities of these drugs as a public health issue, not a criminal one. The drugs were still illegal, of course. But now getting caught with them meant a small fine and maybe a referral to a treatment program — not jail time and a criminal record.

Among Portuguese adults, there are 3 drug overdose deaths for every 1,000,000 citizens. Comparable numbers in other countries range from 10.2 per million in the Netherlands to 44.6 per million in the UK, all the way up to 126.8 per million in Estonia. The EU average is 17.3 per million.

Perhaps more significantly, the report notes that the use of "legal highs" – like so-called "synthetic" marijuana, "bath salts" and the like – is lower in Portugal than in any of the other countries for which reliable data exists. This makes a lot of intuitive sense: why bother with fake weed or dangerous designer drugs when you can get the real stuff? This is arguably a positive development for public health in the sense that many of the designer drugs that people develop to skirt existing drug laws have terrible and often deadly side effects.

Drug use and drug deaths are complicated phenomena. They have many underlying causes. Portugal's low death rate can't be attributable solely to decriminalisation. As Dr. Joao Goulao, the architect of the country's decriminalization policy, has said, "it's very difficult to identify a causal link between decriminalisation by itself and the positive tendencies we have seen."

Still, it's very clear that decriminalisation hasn't had the severe consequences that its opponents predicted. As the Transform Drug Policy Institute says in its analysis of Portugal's drug laws, "The reality is that Portugal’s drug situation has improved significantly in several key areas. Most notably, HIV infections and drug-related deaths have decreased, while the dramatic rise in use feared by some has failed to materialise."

Thought this was very interesting, I heard about this a few years back but didn't think anything of it. Maybe the next step will be legalization?
17  Other / Politics & Society / Palestinian boy Mohammed Abu Khdeir burned alive by Israeli extremists on: July 05, 2014, 11:03:41 PM
the murderous terrorists strike again....

Mohamed Abu Khdeir, the Palestinian teenager who was kidnapped and murdered on Wednesday in a suspected revenge killing by Israeli extremists, was burned alive after suffering a head injury, the Palestinian attorney general has claimed. The allegation is said to be based on initial postmortem findings that discovered soot deposits in his lungs suggesting he was still breathing when he was set on fire. The shocking details, if confirmed, would seem likely to exacerbate already toxic tensions.

The reports emerged as Egypt tried to conclude a ceasefire deal between Hamas in Gaza and Israel. But it appeared not to have taken hold, with fresh reports of rocket fire into Israel from the coastal strip.

The murder of 17-year-old Khdeir, who was buried on Friday in a highly charged funeral after his abduction outside a mosque next to his home in the early hours of Wednesday morning, has prompted days of serious rioting in Palestinian neighbourhoods of East Jerusalem, which then spread to Israeli-Arab towns.

"The direct cause of death was burns as a result of fire and its complications," attorney general Mohammed al-A'wewy told the Palestinian official news agency, Wafa, late on Friday. Israeli officials have yet to release their findings from the postmortem on the body.

Tensions have risen after three Israeli teenagers were kidnapped on 12 June and later found dead in the occupied West Bank. That has been followed by an outbreak of racist incitement on Israeli social media sites, street attacks and Khdeir's murder, a suspected revenge attack. Saber al-Aloul, director of the Palestinian forensic institute, attended the postmortem carried out by Israeli doctors in Tel Aviv. A'wewy said Aloul had reported that fire-dust material had been found in Khdeir's respiratory canal, which meant "the boy had inhaled this material while he was burned alive". Burns covered 90% of his body.

The discovery of the youth's body in a forest on the outskirts of Jerusalem has prompted the worst riots in the holy city in recent memory. The violence spread to northern Arab towns on Saturday morning, an Israeli police spokeswoman, Luba Samri, said. Protesters there threw stones at passing cars, burned tyres and hurled fire bombs at police, who responded with teargas and stun grenades. More than 20 people were arrested.

At Khdeir's funeral, furious Palestinians chanted "Intifada! Intifada!", calling for a new uprising against Israel. They clashed with Israeli police in one of the most highly charged displays of enmity in Jerusalem in years.

Palestinian officials trying to calm tensions have said they would prevent any intifada, or uprising, and seek a solution to the crisis that began when the three Israeli teenagers were kidnapped.

The discovery of the young Israelis' bodies on Monday prompted an outpouring of national grief in Israel.

In a separate incident, it was claimed by relatives that Abu Khdeir's 15-year-old cousin, Tariq, a US citizen who goes to school in Florida, was beaten by police during clashes on Thursday ahead of the funeral. The American consulate had no immediate comment on the report. His parents, Suha and Salah, said Tariq was detained but had been treated at an Israeli hospital.
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