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1  Economy / Scam Accusations / Beware of M. Polixenidis on: December 10, 2020, 07:44:53 PM
this person finds people in the area of Athens/Greece and most likely in whole Greece and he exchanges bitcoins for cash (he wants bitcoins) and after many exchanges and while he gains the trust of the person he requests a big sum from his victim saying he can liquidate it from a known exchange but he requests the bitcoins first and says that he will bring the money in person in 2-3 days, if the "victim" doesn't fall in that he continues the small sum exchanges and then he requests a small transaction paid in forward and then disappears totally
2  Economy / Scam Accusations / scam extortion money on: October 23, 2019, 04:16:15 PM
vlom asked me money to remove a scam accusations this is the evidence
3  Economy / Scam Accusations / reported exmarkets scam on: October 19, 2019, 04:37:13 PM
IEO platform ExMarkets failed to perform as contracted on Veserus IEO
Tl;dr: ExMarkets runs token sale based on marketing expertise, but provides no marketing at all; offers refund, fails to provide refund.
Veserus is a nascent licenced and regulatory-compliant crypto exchange. We are in a soft launch marketing state but are running on full production code and are ready for trading right now. As a new company that has spent the last 18 months in heavy development in “silent mode”, our core competencies do not include marketing, and we know it.
After completing development, we decided to run a utility token sale to raise funds for market making and to establish a relationship with a professional marketing services firm to attract new traders and grow the platform user base.
We approached ExMarkets at the end of August to run a first round token sale based on their promise of “full marketing” support. We explicitly advised them that we are a technical team and we chose them based on their claim to handle full marketing campaigns.

They also provided us with a slide deck that placed emphasis on their marketing support.

During this pre-launch due-diligence phase, we asked (multiple times) for references, and after some time we were eventually told to contact two of their former IEO customers. We followed up. We heard from one but not from the other. The one that did return our reference request was short but positive. We were not surprised that the other reference did not get back to us given the nature of fundraising, but we took the lack of response as an indication that they did not feel it necessary to warn us about ExMarkets. We were satisfied that their past performance was adequate, but we overlooked a key aspect in our line of questioning, and failed to ask specifically whether the marketing support that was provided was adequate or if the former customers ran their own marketing. This oversight was accidental, and in hindsight asking the more direct questions might have saved us several weeks of time in our token sale that we wasted with ExMarkets.
ExMarkets had offered to run their “IEO” campaign package for us in exchange for a small up-front fee (0.5 BTC up front, 0.5 BTC at the conclusion of the sale) plus 5% of the back end proceeds. Since this fee structure ensured they would only get paid a meaningful amount based on successful execution of their marketing package, it would be a strong incentive to sell as many tokens as possible.  We agreed to the offer and followed the information protocol they gave us. We provided detailed information about the Veserus project so they could market the token sale effectively. We received an invoice listing marketing in the form of long form articles, advertising, and mailing list promotions.

Again, we explicitly stated that we are not strong in marketing. The conversations were cordial, and lines of communication appeared unrestricted and open. We felt the partnership was the right one for us based on the way they spoke about their campaigns, their subscriber base, their website unique visitor stats, etc.  As an act of after-the-fact due diligence, we discreetly registered several retail accounts with ExMarkets using gmail and other services in order to follow along and watch the newsletters, social media posts, email blasts, and other “full marketing support” efforts as they were published.
Conversation turned to strategy for discounts on token sale rounds, timing, and the like. The starting day of the sale was set, and everyone had a goal for completing the agreed prerequisites. Many of the questions they asked of us were duplicative and they insisted on having different spreadsheets filled out with the same information included in multiple places. This was annoying and a warning sign of disorganisation, but we dismissed it as their workflow being adjusted due to their growth as a company. The token sale was scheduled for 10 days out.
Then, without warning, the subtle switch happened, and most of us missed the significance. They started to push the responsibility of marketing onto us. We responded that what they were asking for from us would not fit the timeline, but we were willing to do things like sit down for an interview that they directed.

Mixed in with the promises of marketing support were expectations that we would perform the bulk of the work for them. They used terms like “we” that gradually morphed into what we eventually understood as “the Veserus team”, and suggested we make our own videos, which were impossible given the timeline and our own lack of marketing experience. We asked for a set of questions that would be good in an AMA-style video, since that would probably take the least amount of post-processing and could possibly fit in the deadline, but we were already having internal discussions about how much ExMarkets seemed to want us to do on their behalf. We were told we needed to do fruitless things like securing an Instagram account, Facebook, etc., even though our business model would not benefit from those social media accounts. We looked into professional film production services, which all required a month or more to supply a high quality product from preproduction through the final edit. They requested over and over again that we completely fill out the multiple spreadsheets of project information with the duplicate data instead of assembling the various forms all into one, so we just copied and pasted from the other sources for them, which they finally accepted without comment.
After some time, they provided a list of questions for a potential AMA video, but the questions had very little to do with the project itself. Even with our limited marketing knowledge, we knew that such a video would have been a complete waste of time and effort.

Again we were told that we should write our own articles on Medium, even though they had not written any on our behalf.
They finally drafted a press release and asked for our input and approval – this was the only marketing piece to be submitted for our approval in over a month.
They asked us to provide “valuable material” that they could use, without defining what that material should be, even after we asked for clarification. It was starting to become obvious they were not going to guide us through the marketing aspect of the token sale as we had agreed. The Veserus team started discussing in private what we could possibly do to help them, and we came to the conclusion that we were not expert enough to help them with marketing, because that’s what we had contracted with them to provide.
Then the IEO launch day arrived.
None of our registered accounts received any marketing materials related to our token sale. We asked about this, and we were told that our token sale came too fast and they were not prepared.

Again, we clarified that their primary job was to market the token sale. They scrambled with other ExMarkets team members to ensure the first email went out.

An advisor we had brought in for the token sale gave a rebuke to ExMarkets, which was met with contrition and an implied acceptance – but, again, no clarification of “full marketing support” was given.

Almost immediately, they began telling us to come up with marketing content and “redesign [our] website” in order to funnel visitors of our website to their IEO platform. This was sudden, unexpected, and nothing like the conversation until that point. We were blindsided with comments blaming us for not doing any marketing for the IEO. We responded that our position had been explicit and consistent: that ExMarkets would be handling the marketing for their own platform, and that it was not our responsibility to market their platform for them.
Internally, we discussed this and decided it was probably due to a miscommunication between their internal negotiator, who we had been dealing with, and the actual team doing the actual work – and that internally, ExMarkets was unable to actually fulfill what we expected of them. We discreetly began looking again at alternative service providers.
At this point, days after the token sale was supposed to begin, we had still not received any marketing emails on our stealth accounts that had subscribed to their newsletter email list. They replied it was an oversight and again said that the newsletter would be sent the next day.
In the meantime, we asked for an explicit set of steps to ensure we could do whatever it took to get the gears moving.

Instead of replying, they started telling us that our website needed to highlight a demo version of our “minimum viable product” – despite that we were already in full production. This was a startling indication that they didn’t even know enough about our project to know we were already a fully viable service. We could not believe that we had been spending weeks going back and forth with their team with such lackluster enthusiasm from their side.
Regardless, even if we created a demonstration of the production trading engine, it would still take several weeks to produce a professional level video, and they should have brought this up well before agreeing to start the token sale. The guidance we received from ExMarkets prior to the start of the token sale should have been to line up all of these marketing assets well before the token sale – instead, they took the deposit, started their IEO listing, and then finally began looking at our website…even though we were explicit on many occasions well before paying the prelaunch invoice that we had no real marketing in place beforehand.
So by September 28, we finally received the initial token sale launch announcement email. But it only came to the email address that they were aware of, not to any of our other registered emails we had registered without their knowledge. This suggested that they were trying to deceive us and claim that the email was sent out to their entire list, but it also suggested that in reality they sent it only to us. When we confronted them with this, they offered to refund our initial deposit. We agreed, and intended to walk away in favor of another marketing partner.

At this point, our internal team chat was flabbergasted – we had intended to cancel the agreement due to their material breach, and here is their Chief Marketing Officer telling us to continue uploading photos (of what, we could only guess) while he’s naked and drunk in a hotel room. I mean, it was the weekend, but this was not so urgent that we required a drunken response.
We sent a more formal demand asking for specific deliverables or a refund, in order to give them a final opportunity to fulfill their obligations.

Several weeks after the launch, there has not been a single token sold other than by a test purchase we made to ensure purchases were being handled properly on their back end, and they have not done any additional work to leverage their platform at all.
At this point, we are just asking for the refund to be honored out of the sheer principle of the matter, but failing that, the actions of ExMarket’s senior leadership needed to be exposed for the sake of anyone else wanting to use their services.
They promise “full marketing” but deliver only what you give them. That may work for some projects, but not ours. They were completely unable to perform on their promises to Veserus.

4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / VESERUS > CENTRALIZED & LICENSED CRYPTO EXCHANGE on: October 02, 2019, 10:57:20 PM

5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / ANN - CRYPTO SOCIAL MEDIA LAUNCH OF THE TESTNET on: April 01, 2019, 04:36:46 PM

6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / [Bounty][Translation] XENIO.IO Decentralized Gaming Blockchain on: September 04, 2017, 12:24:20 PM

Original thread : Xenio Ann thread
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7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / [PRESALE] Xenio Blockchain | 🌟🌟🌟 Decentralized Gaming Blockchain🌟🌟🌟 on: September 01, 2017, 11:46:38 PM

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8  Other / Off-topic / list delet on: May 19, 2017, 03:42:32 PM
Sorry for that, but i need to check them, really sorry.
9  Economy / Services / NVO.IO Translation bounty campaign 50$ in Bitcoin on: May 17, 2017, 07:40:10 PM

ANN thread :

Translation Bounty Rules :

- The reserved translations are processed based on the first reserve demand.
- The translation have to be done without Google Translator.
- The bounty will be awarded after verification.
- The Translation Bounty is limited to the ANN thread.
- NVO won't reward any bounty for Website or Whitepaper translation during this campaign.
- The translation must be clear and easy to read.
- The translated thread must respect the ANN thread design.
- The translators have 24 hours to provide the translation. Starting from the confirmation message.
- If no confirmation message is sent, or no translation provided within 24 hours, the reservation will be cancelled.

Translation Process:

- Confirm that you agree with the terms of the campaign by posting : " I agree to the terms of the translation bounty campaign "
- Send the translation to nemgun by PM for a review and confirmation with your Bitcoin address.
- Once the translation is confirmed, the payment will be sent.

Bounty per translation : 50$ paid in Bitcoin

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10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / [ANN][CrowdSale Ended]🌟🌟🌟🌟 NVO Decentralized Exchange | MultiWallet 🌟🌟🌟🌟 on: May 14, 2017, 01:23:54 PM

.....Crowdsale had ended.
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ICANN. By employing a validator on the Safenetwork for orders validation, a P2P
trustless decentralized exchange can be created. A working proof of concept or..
Alpha will be created from the tools already provided by Maidsafe and then..........
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....Very early progress into the development of our wallet. This demo wallet is func-
tional but is still under development. It lacks a stable way to read the blockchain so
the sending feature is still unreliable and transactions might get stuck if multiple.....
transactions are sent too fast. It's still a secure wallet to store assets.........................

This wallet supports BTC, ETH and XRP.
XRP requires a deposit first as usual.
Users control their private keys.

More details on our website.






11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [POLL] Projects By CODE Quality on: April 04, 2017, 06:42:01 PM
I recently noticed that many users in the forum don't know what means "Code Quality", so please avoid posting about the coin's prices, this thread is focused on the coin's "Code Quality" not the price.
Please also consider explaining your vote, the reasons who lets you think that a coin have a good code quality.

As i am the OP i will start :

Lisk: I like the efforts they deployed for the account management API, and they did great with nodeJS integration. The code is strong enough to let the node run for around 15 days without any problem (my own node)
Bitcoin: This one can't be argumented, the code quality of bitcoin is an objective for every Altcoin/Cryptocoin to achieve.
Litecoin: I like how litecoin is moving slowly but surely, and they have less concensus problems compared to Bitcoin, the code is clean, and strong, and she is the mother of a lot of Coins.

You can vote for multiple cryptos.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / A Guide For Altcoins Rating on: April 03, 2017, 10:43:36 AM
This guide won't tell you how to invest your money, or which coin is the best, or anything like that. It is focused on teaching investors how to rate a coin project prior to the investment decision.

First, i noticed that a lot of people in the forum, especially in the Altcoin section, are rating/following/supporting coins because of their price. It means that the unique argument taken in count for their investment is the price of the coin. Doing this leads most of the people to loose their investments because of a value dump in the best scenario, or to an ICO scam in the worst.

In order to determine wether a coin/project is good for investment, you should consider at least some of these points :

1- The price of a coin isn't determined by the investors, especially in her early days. Because of the low price, the coin developer or a whale (sometimes the exchange itself to draw more volumes) can Pump the coin, in order to simulate a growing attention on the coin, leading other investors to buy it. When the price is high enough, the Dev/Whale/Manipulator proceeds to the Dump, leading to the coin's death. The last part is the result of several Pump/Dump process, as the objective is to keep it attractive long enough to get at least a 25% return. This is the basic P&D schem.

2- The coin/project code is by far the most important criteria to be taken in count, i will explain why some exchanges refuses to list clone coins. First, you should know that the Coin/Project DevTeam size isn't to be taken in count, you can have a single Dev doing a lot of great improvements, as long as he is supported by a community who trusts his work, this is one of the best scenarios for investors, a good developer, backed by a supporting community. The Code aspect is bound to the features introduced, the QT-Wallet isn't to be considered as it is the least important face of a project as many users in the forum can provide you with advanced features in the QT-wallet, you can for example check the work of OSMIUMCOIN.

So as long as there is no new features in the "Daemon", you should investigate the project prior to invest, because it means that it is either a "ShitCoin" made for P&D schemes, or a "ScamCoin" made for ICO scams, or a "NewbCoin" made by unexperienced users. Note that a few projects with cloned coins are legit, and these have an appreciable value.

3- The community, this point should be taken causiously because it can be easily faked/manipulated, and depends strongly on the funds allowed to it. If you have enough funds you can raise a coin's community with ad campaigns, fake twitter/facebook/linkedin/reddit accounts, so in order to get a more realistic representation of a coin's community, the best is to check them on bitcointalk, if there is a lot of newbie/Jr accounts posting in the thread, then it is a fake community.

So there are 3 aspects to be checked when ever you want to invest for either short term, or long term :

1- The code
2- The community
3- The price

Check these in this order, code, community, price, and you should have a general overview of the coin.

Now how to check for scam projects ? Try to get as many IP addresses as possible and google them first, you will have their location and could check if they have been aleready used in past projects. Check the website with tools like, you will have informations for the domain, you could know if it is a dedicated server or a shared plan, it doesn't really matters, but at least, when scrolling down you can have the ID of the website owner. If it is protected by whoisGuard, then it is possible that the project is a scam, as generally ICO projects discloses their team IDs.

If there is no Team ID disclosure in a ICO project, then it is sure at 50% that it is a scam !

These are the basic detection methods for scam ICOs, ShitCoins, NewbCoins.

So when you talk about a coin, don't talk about the price because it is irrelevant.

-How the exchanges can fake volumes ?
Any developer knows that exchange informations are held in a database, this means that it can be easily changed by a simple query especially if the database is made in order to ease the faking process, so do not trust these informations.

-Why some exchanges refuses to list clone coins ?
Simply because they are regulated, and in this case, they could be guilty of "Money laundering", and in some rare cases "Terrorism financing" or even "Criminal financing". So in order to avoid these troubles who can lead them to jail, they decide not to list clone coins, or shit coins, and they are totally right about this.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Crypto conspiracy ? on: March 20, 2017, 12:07:43 PM
I had a look at many threads in this section, each one wth a different title. What i noticed is the actual pump of crypto currencies, and the relative stability of BTC, except since his last dump to ~1050$, but it is normal a guess.
If the title is crypto conspiracy, it is mainly because a lot of users are talking about hte recent event in the Crypto sphere, the BU crash and the reaction of their dev team, Dash's price skyrocketing, XMR attention increase, the bitcoin foundation actoins against Bitcoin (roger ver and the others).
Considering other posts like the withdrawal of Dan from Steem project, and the pump on steem, plus some interesting posts from users like i am not back.

I am asking a question, can all of these events be linked in a way who will reveal a crypto conspiracy against Bitcoin-core ?

I know that Bitmain wants to force bitcoin protocol to be what he wants, BU protocol, this is why in the next few months(maybe days) he will own around 45% of the network hashpower, consireding VIABtc is bitmain's child, and the hard fork threat from Jihan Wu.

Considering Roger Ver and Anthony Di Iorio engagement in BU, and many other crypto-based projects, can we say they are actually the source of all the pumps ? or at least some of them ?

Someone said in annother post that Roger Ver is apparently pumping prices of altcoins to fake a less of interest for bitcoin, BU is for sure founded by the bitcoin foundation, who's members are :

Compiling these informations, plus or less, do you consider it a conspiracy scheme ? or a covering war BC VS BU ? (Maybe war isn't really the best word here, bitcoin-core-devs aren't the kind of people to waste time on such considerations, but BU are, just read their reactions after the bug exploit)
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / DASH's future with Lightning implementation ? on: March 13, 2017, 08:50:56 AM
These days i am exploring bitcoin's IRC channel, and i discovered many projects, people, informations, and one of these is the Lightning protocol.
Regarding the advantages offered by DASH, especially the instant send, i wonder if DASH can still be interesting if the implementation is successful.

There is only one aspect who is important here, the TX confirmation speed, or payment processing time.

So considering Bitcoin miner's are asking for more fees to process Transactions, the LN protocol is a nice layer who will speed-up the transactions, DASH have aleready implemented this feature, managed by masternodes, and it is an enormous difference and advantage to DASH compared to Bitcoin's 4 days for confirmation.

Supposing the LN protocol is implemented as a stable release (still in alpha) will DASH be still attractive to users ?
15  Bitcoin / Project Development / Bitcoin-Youtube a video sharing platform project | Open source | Community | on: March 05, 2017, 06:55:27 PM

I forgot my adblocker off yesterday, and my eyes were hurt. Ads everywhere! But ads that don’t support the cryptocurrencies, preferring the FIAT monopoly over the new generation.
One big platform that has kept his eyes closed toward the crypto world is Youtube which is censorship compliant with both the governments and the institutions, and we already know their point of view when it comes to the blockchain.
We say it’s enough of Youtube’s Crypto Ignorance.
Bitcoin Youtube is an open source project, that will emerge to be a Youtube like platform that will accept only cryptocurrency.
We won’t wait any more to be accepted. We’re making our own open-source platform with a priority on promoting Bitcoin and the blockchain as well introducing them to the marketing sector. This is how the cryptos will get one step closer of being an accepted cryptocurrency!
So, I am opening doors to all marketers, developers, financial managers, escrows and others to come and participate in developing this platform.
Remember that the magnitude of the bitcoin invention can be compared with Marko Polo’s banknote discovery. Today we are facing a world where the technology is raised to a level, where everyone can fake banknotes, but no one can fake a bitcoin.
Despite the fact, that bitcoin’s value is higher than gold, his use is still limited.
Thus, is why I believe that we need a platform like Bitcoin-Youtube that will create new opportunities by spreading the word about Bitcoin, therefore improving the Bitcoin ecosystem.
Important to note, 70% of bitcoin is speculation, and youtuber's who creates content about Bitcoin are paid in FIAT, which is an obvious situation. Bitcoin is non-governmental, decentralised, available world-wide.

II- Roadmap:

1- Finding a name: Anyone can propose a name. The propositions will be listed in a poll for approbation.
2- Github repository: In order to start the development, a GitHub repository is mandatory as it is a powerful tool to manage projects, and it offers a great transparency, we could use a bitcoin-like release/issue/commit workflow. Any developer is welcomed.
3- Escrows management: As the project is open source, and it can generate revenues, I suggest to ask for escrows to hold and manage the funds.
4- Preparation for the development phase: As soon as all the conditions are met, we should start the development of the platform and prepare a release, this part shall be discussed further as I know that it may require a lot of resources, and we have to list them all in order to know if we are ready to go further.

III- Conclusion
As I already said, this project is open source and totally free to use. It is a gift to the bitcoin community. The revenues shall be used for the maintenance of the project, if there are benefits made of it then they will be kept by an escrow to fund other projects made for the community. I will personally donate 1 year worth of servers for this project and I will also try to participate to the development with the languages I know: PHP JS HTML CSS, and in the design PS.

I created an IRC channel, i will do my best to be as available as possible. ##bitcoin-youtube
16  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Rebroadcast Button on: February 25, 2017, 03:44:55 PM
Regarding the recent events, and the number of unconfirmed TXs, is it possible to ask for a "Rebroadcast" Button on the different wallets, and a new method in the daemon ? It may be usefull and reduce the amount of demands in the forum about these issues.
I also would like to ask if it is possible to add more tools for price calculations, like the fees/Kb for the transactions. I don't know if it aleready exists in the different clients and wallets, but i know it is not available in the bitcoin-qt and bitcoind, and it would be nice to add them.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / For people who have unconfirmed Transactions read this on: February 25, 2017, 03:39:38 PM
I noted that many people are talking about unconfirmed transactions these days, and i had the same issue, i found a solution here :
You won't have to wait for VIAbtc to include your TX in one of their blocks, but you will "rebroadcast" the TX.
You must know that a TX is "forgoten" by the blockchain after 3 days if she is not confirmed, so when you get to that point, simply rebroadcast it as described in the link.
Hope that helps
18  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Hashes manipulation and redirection on: February 15, 2017, 05:05:02 PM
I think the next question had aleready been asked in the forum several times, but i can't find a suitable answer.

Is it possible to redirect the network hash of a cryptocurrency to other tasks ?

What i am thinking about is :

- Medical researche
- Physics and Astrophysics research
- Brute-force attack
- DDOS attack and defence
- Financial data management
- Any other task ?

The idea behinde this post is to ask for the actual viable ways to use the hashrate for something different from mining, it may be interesting to contribute to a project/research by earning coins at the same time.

I know about Folding in Eobot, but i can't trust this project as know nothing about, nor heard about.
19  Bitcoin / Project Development / [HOW-TO] Exchanges API on: February 12, 2017, 05:07:46 PM
Hello Bitcointalk, i would like to announce you the creation of a repository who will host several tutorials and libraries in PHP and javascript, maybe other languages but i am not sure.

So from here, i will try to answer to as much questions as i can, and create tutorials for API integration, usage, and interaction, i know that it may had aleready been done, but regarding the popular demand i guess that it will still help.
I don't think that i will cover the private API usage as someone is aleready doing it, but i will do my best for the other parts.

If you are looking for the same on NODEJS, you just need to find a way to do the calls, for the data handling it is exactly the same, i will do NODEJS tutorials when PHP is finished.


Added more features to the classes.
Extended examples.
 Now using CURL
 More informations on pages
20  Other / Off-topic / Favorite OS and reasons on: February 02, 2017, 11:02:52 AM
The aim of this poll is the have an idea about the users of this section OS preferences, as i am also a developer i would like to know if other devs have the same preferences as i.
Please provide the reasons for your choice.

I voted for Ubuntu and Mac.

Ubuntu because it easy to use, frequently updated, stable, customisable, reliable OS, i can say that for me, it is the best OS i ever used wether in CLI or GUI.
Mac because behinde every Mac, a Linux heart is beating, nothing more.

I don't vote for windows because it is buggy, trustless, ugly, virus/hacking compliant, you don't have any controle over it unless you are ready to spend hours fetching for controles, and, if they are not bugged.

Thanks for participating.
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