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1  Economy / Currency exchange / WTB 200$ worth of BTC for Paypal on: March 17, 2017, 11:05:18 AM
I have done multiple transactions such as these previously with this account. I could go first, please don't waste both of our time trying to scam.
2  Economy / Lending / [Req] Loan of 2,000$ on: May 20, 2016, 10:57:41 PM
Will be repaid within a month, 10% interest hedged against USD, once-in-a-lifetime low risk deal to grow your investment.

Dox, domains and other goodies as collateral.

Contract for info.
3  Other / Politics & Society / The parallels between rape and gene murder on: December 15, 2015, 07:57:38 AM
It is my strong held belief that one of the worst crimes perpetrated against western men is that of gene murder, e.g. when a female conceives a child from the sperm of another male and deceives her partner into raising the child as his own, effectively subjecting her partner to the enormous financial, physical and psychological burden of raising a child that is unrelated to him and denying him the possibility of establishing his own family thereby erasing his genes from the gene pool.

Often times when this is mentioned in the media you can observe responses which make light of the situation and even joke at the expense of the victims, western women will frequently argue that it doesn't really matter if the child is yours biologically but you are the father regardless if you are there to raise it, which would essentially be analogues to me claiming that there is no difference between a strangers cock and a partners cock, for which I would probably be dragged out of my house and set on fire.

Perhaps some of you westerners could enlighten me on the matter, it would seem that the physical and psychological damage experienced by a man due to raising someone elses offspring surpasses the damage a rape victim incurs. (both of which are highly immoral obviously)
4  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Get the address that signed the transaction using PHP & JSON-RPC on: March 06, 2015, 03:15:17 PM
I remember I had sent the script to someone in a PM back at the day, but don't have it now, could someone post it?
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Serves you right bitches on: January 17, 2015, 11:42:26 PM
Wanted to make a quick buck? Thought you found the short-cut to endless riches? Serves you right bitch, the punishment is only proportional to your greed and the damage done to Bitcoin by the bubble you derps caused.
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Signrawtransaction not working on: December 13, 2014, 10:08:56 PM
When I try to sign a raw transaction with the same parameters in bitcoind everything works, when I do so via PHP
signrawtransaction('01000000014bdd5...', '[{"txid":"ad0c9...', '["cTbyn7kCBAa7y...')
I get an internal server error from Bitcoin.

Keep in mind that I can easily connect from and issue other json-rpc commands and that the signing works (with each parameter enclosed with ')
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / How to be a dumbass on: November 07, 2014, 04:47:53 AM
Step 1: Invest a significant sum of money into this new get-rich-quick scheme called Bitcoin.
Step 2: Nag every single store/vendor to begin accepting BTC in hopes that the value will increase (aka "the pump") so you can get rich while sitting on your fat ass despite the fact that Bitcoin is clearly not ready to be adopted on a massive scale. Most vendors will even spend money setting up and integrating Bitcoin with only few getting sales in Bitcoin since it's small minority.
Step 3: Do all of the above alongside thousands of fellow dumbasses.
Step 4: Act like an instinctive dumbass without ever thinking independently and sell/buy alongside fellow sheep at the first rumours of the least meaningful "news" (aka theymos had a fart? SELL SELL SELL SELL).
Step 5: Create a toxic environment for real businessmen with the price dropping 10% within 24 hours. Most people that accept BTC now sell it instantly to USD via Bitpay.

Who wouldn't actually prefer 10$ BTC with a steady 5% yearly growth to stay right above inflation? Stop being greedy assholes. Poor people will never understand that the world is analogues to the Bitcoin protocol in the sense that you make a lot more money working with it than against it, the early adopters made so much money (which they rightfully deserve and their earnings are proportional to their overall contribution) because they were the ones taking all the risks, you contribute nothing and thus you deserve nothing, it takes absolutely no innovation to invest into BTC at this point, you will lose your house, your car and more than likely (being with a low financial intelligence to begin with) your last pennies, which yet again, will be proportional to what you deserve.

There are no "shortcuts" in life.
8  Economy / Services / Security consulant/code reviewer on: October 29, 2014, 01:51:31 AM
With the recent hacked businesses this year I have decided to put out my review services out for the public. I have experience running a Bitcoin business and have consulted multiple companies on how to prevent faulty implementation and follow best practices in general.

I mostly review PHP but I am also capable of reviewing C++/C#. I currently only offer PHP since both C++/C# rarely pay well for the effort.

So how does this work?

Pretty simple, you send me the code and I review it and PGP sign it, you are billed at a minimum of 40$ per hour depending on the amount of work needed. Once signed the signature is added to the file and that particular piece of code is insured against failure for up to 10BTC (amount will grow monthly).

The first one wins - don't be the next Mt Gox.

Version: GnuPG v2

9  Economy / Currency exchange / Looking to buy BTC FAST on: October 02, 2014, 08:27:13 AM
Bitstamp +5%, payment via Skrill, need about 2.2BTC
10  Economy / Currency exchange / Buying 900$ with Skrill ASAP on: September 30, 2014, 06:16:09 PM
Anyone reputable selling BTC in those amounts?
11  Economy / Scam Accusations / Warning, ANXBTC is a scam!! on: August 28, 2014, 10:06:43 AM
Proof: (read bottom up)
Quote from: Google mail
Patrick replied:
Hi Mac,

Thank you for your email again
There is no Coin Tx ID of the refund as we deposit via our system.. Please go to Funds Management> History and there is a deposit 0.04BTC onto your ANX account on 2014-08-25 13:24:36.

Customer Support Team

ANX releases the ANX Bitcoin Debit Card!
For details, refer to
AUG 27, 2014  |  06:50PM HKT
Hello Partrick,

This is the said address: 1G7BbkkJiMEq7T9YP3cXPMkTgR6roZA9xK

Please give me the txid of the transaction.

Best regards, Max.
AUG 27, 2014  |  06:06PM HKT
Patrick replied:
Hi Max,

Your refund has been done on 25-Aug-2014
Please kindly check

Customer Support Team

ANX releases the ANX Bitcoin Debit Card!
For details, refer to
AUG 27, 2014  |  05:54PM HKT

I have verified my withdraw request, please send me the funds, there is no
reason for it to take so long.

Best regards, Max.
AUG 25, 2014  |  06:22PM HKT
Patrick replied:
Hi Max,

Unfortunately we can only send back to your ANX BTC wallet address.
Thank you

Customer Support Team

ANX releases the ANX Bitcoin Debit Card!
For details, refer to
AUG 25, 2014  |  05:59PM HKT
Hello Patrick,

Please do send the refund to 1G7BbkkJiMEq7T9YP3cXPMkTgR6roZA9xK

Best regards, Max.

I have filed a request for a card and provided all the necessary papers, ANX have refused to issue a card despite the documents that are per their requirements. Now they are withholding the withdraw and lying about sending it. I have been over with them on this in the past 12 days exchanging multiple emails a day, these guys are a joke, I would certainly not recommend using them.

The withdraw request was for 0.04BTC minus transaction fees, as you can clearly see the address that I withdrew to has no such transaction (or any transaction in the last 7 days).
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / X Richest addresses on: June 17, 2014, 04:10:25 AM
Is there any tool that can give me the X number of the addresses with the biggest balances in most altcoins via the JSON-RPC interface?
13  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / GitianVMs gavin password on: June 01, 2014, 08:55:34 PM
What the hell is the password for the VM on

I looked inside the file and tried various combinations of AAAAB3NzaC1kc3MAAACBAKWiSPB32SKCDOEP9C9yz7RtAtz8t9SIT2sJ3lns9VIACA46mq7VfdDg7Jc bf4j8i9yOEzlkMCG0+ropWeByfUHlGU6DQyehH5qn8QWonXwpuQwBUOBSs5pdwwGPXudDAnSSzqS8pOuH7fnnyqtBoyQnzPHtAPjkCm16v8ZCQL6jAAAAFQCMmmWCYBX3Z0z7Yg4wi/E1xyA6ewAAAIBtCA8bgQrjvdH2M45kvwCebe/p+ieiDhOZqtzOkPpxyVCMEUf5WHh0TdUDTJMGhAc/YhH2A6HF7q5hMuse5g5+0j0fpcXaOR/xrn6bktFHHKZWwWS2EO/Z+Ciotso3fmXnl7Nq9fJYRJNHMNICFPi2RSZyUC2RxtIPSP87k2zy3wAAAIAk2y9frCS+NXnP1D9A6BuWkpVwBdeL4dL8KVGpMIyCfzeo8GT2bDtCm7Vf0/I8udDtjtQiYlk1SjKQzah4BGrEShHh4lEgZ4vYF0AxLEBn4Chtv8GkTThWZIYck3KasakkkZdHllkNBq6/I8XLA49OaINO9DHl9d1kOeNUbGDtHw==

and even gavin as username and U64 as password and the opposite and it didn't work. Did I mention already how remarkably stupid it is to set a password so long when the guest doesn't support copy/paste from windows?
14  Economy / Currency exchange / Looking to buy ~0.5 BTC Paypal on: May 31, 2014, 11:02:57 PM
I have traded for Paypal previously with this account, you can search through my posts. I am willing to deal with reputable members and not new members.

15  Economy / Service Discussion / Just-Dice scam on: May 20, 2014, 08:24:39 PM

I raised the issue of just-dice being a potential scam with Dooglus himself but was called a retard that should commit suicide to prevent my genetics from ruining the gene pool by one of the players and banned shortly after.

I was provocative to the minimum given the circumstances as I was slandered by mentally challenged players which ironically are the very ones I'm trying to save.

The point that I have raised with Dooglus is that his provably fair concept isn't secure from all vectors, in fact it has a rather large flaw that could potentially (and very likely IS) be exploited by himself. The flaw is he could potentially be running a bot that runs Mysql queries and inserts "fake" bets. This would allow to make the website seem more secure than it really is as well as giving the impression that it is significantly more busy, worth significantly more and encourage players to make bets that they otherwise wouldn't on a website with less credibility, not to mention the investments.

The solution would be to add a link next to every bet, once a user clicks the link he would be redirected to a page showing all the txids of the deposits of the user making the bet. Since Dooglus couldn't possibly have access to those amounts of untainted BTC (he couldn't keep reusing the same BTC or else we'd notice) this would disprove my claim for all the future bets on this website with little to no cost to Dooglus.

Since every account on just-dice is psuedoanonymous in nature the same way as Bitcoin addresses privacy isn't a huge concern.

Given the nature of Dooglus and his unwillingness to meet in person due to the supposed risks on his side I am calling this out as the next Mt Gox.

Please stay safe and have a nice day!
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Crowd fund Bitcoin miners on: May 13, 2014, 01:59:23 AM
Given the principles on which Bitcoin is based it makes one wonder whether the community would be willing or would be capable to donate funds to a credible company to run crowd funded miners so the network fees are significantly lower to non existent.

If credibility wasn't a factor would you donate?
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Could PoS not be inflationary in nature? on: May 03, 2014, 10:47:06 PM
Could PoS block rewards be adjusted the same way as PoW?
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / What is OpenSSL used for in Bitcoin? on: April 28, 2014, 02:31:19 AM
I remember reading about the developers choosing to use it despite the fact of it exposing a major attack vector, what dependencies could be potentially (easily?) removed from Bitcoin and is OpenSSL among them?
19  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] BTC for PP on: April 01, 2014, 10:20:16 PM
Already bought twice on here previously for Paypal, trusted buyer. Can provide Paypal statements showing I didn't reverse in the last 6 months.
20  Economy / Currency exchange / Buying BTC for Paypal on: March 23, 2014, 09:01:05 PM
Hey there!

I have previously used BurtW and cryptocap yet neither of them are selling currently.

You can check the history of this account to see that I have already bought BTC for Paypal previously.

Best regards, Max.
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