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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: An <COINSBIT.IO> Innovative Trading Cryptosystem on: September 29, 2020, 09:09:53 PM
With so many scam accusations against these scammers it is a surprise they have not been closed down yet:

SCAM = coinsbit.io, p2pb2b.io, exrates.me, whitebit.com, direBit, LiquidXBit, BitcoinexMarket, NetCurrencyIndex, xcrypt.pro, btcu.io

coinsbit.io, p2pb2b.io, exrates.me, whitebit.com, direBit, LiquidXBit, BitcoinexMarket, NetCurrencyIndex, xcrypt.pro, btcu.io  = SCAM
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][DASH] Dash (dash.org) | First Self-Funding Self-Governing Crypto Currency on: September 29, 2020, 09:05:33 PM
Having attention-seeking users on ignore really does help  Grin

I have used the ignore button so many users that deserve it for one reason or another: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5262427.0



Such a silent and peaceful forum this Dash ANN is, when having certain trolls on ignore  Roll Eyes

~snip~
3  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: English Premier League Season: 2020/2021 on: September 29, 2020, 08:59:38 PM
EFL Cup Result:

Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Chelsea

Tottenham Hotspur win 5-4 on penalties

Chelsea took the lead after 19 minutes and looked set to win the match but with just 7 minutes of the game remaining Tottenham equalised. At 5-4 Mount needed to score to make it 5-5 and keep penalties going but he hot the outside of the post and missed. Tottenham went through to the next round of the EFL Cup.
4  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: English Premier League Season: 2020/2021 on: September 29, 2020, 05:58:16 PM
EFL Cup game tonight 29th September 2020

Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea
5  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Trump Tax Avoidance: Shrewd Smart Businessman or Deserves Jail Time? on: September 29, 2020, 05:42:07 PM
I do know what I am talking about. Trump maybe lying is one thing but being economical with the truth is another thing entirely. Which will it be when the whole story comes out.

Legendary journalist Carl Bernstein summed up Trump fairly well when he called him a pathological lair and a con-artist this morning during a British television interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRh5PdPkpm0


Regardless of the technicalities of "repay or restructure" what cannot be denied is that Trump will have to make arrangements with people/organisations that he personally owes $400 million to about repaying or restructuring his phenomenal debt to his creditors.

To make matter worse, Trump has not named them. As for evaluating his finances and background checks for his security clearance when standing for office, it means nothing if he hid things ro was economical with the truth - and we do not know what he claimed when seeking clearance from the security services but I am sure that information will be leaked at some point too....

Which would have been evaluated when he got his security clearance. But I'm dubious that info needs to go to YOU, or that "the public" is competent to evaluate such things.

Anyway, "due to pay back" is false. Those type loans are written for 7 year periods because of some federal banking regulation. The correct phrase is "due to be renewed."

You're obviously not knowledgable about the things you are talking about.

I don't know of information on a security clearance being leaked, EVER. Lying and mistatements on such applications are routinely caught and dealt with.

If The NY Times actually has his tax returns, they can tell you who loaned him the money.

Why we're at it, let's find out which Iranian source paid for Obama's college fees.

6  Economy / Services / Re: LEGENDARY MEMBER: AVATAR & SIGNATURE FOR RENT on: September 29, 2020, 05:30:25 PM
Thank you for the link  Wink

Maybe best one for you, you can try it even if it's comfortable. For Legendary Member 62.5$ in BTC per week.
Bitsler
7  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis: French Open 2020 on: September 29, 2020, 04:36:01 PM
I did not see any full matches at all, just some highlights and few games of the Gauff-Konta match.

For the men, I think either Thiem or Nadal will win it.

And for the women I think either Halep or Kenin will win it.


@JollyGood did you see Medvedev breaking his racquet and earning a penalty point for it, and due to that additional penalty point he lost the second set of the game. Also he ended up loosing the match, and earned himself a new record of crashing out at the first round of Roland Garros for four successive years. Lastly Im glad that Nadal won and has progressed ahead, as hes my favourite to win this tournament despite his recent objections regarding the tournament.
8  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Trump Tax Avoidance: Shrewd Smart Businessman or Deserves Jail Time? on: September 29, 2020, 02:01:26 PM
Regardless of the technicalities of "repay or restructure" what cannot be denied is that Trump will have to make arrangements with people/organisations that he personally owes $400 million to about repaying or restructuring his phenomenal debt to his creditors.

To make matter worse, Trump has not named them. As for evaluating his finances and background checks for his security clearance when standing for office, it means nothing if he hid things ro was economical with the truth - and we do not know what he claimed when seeking clearance from the security services but I am sure that information will be leaked at some point too.

A competent Democratic Presidential candidate and running mate would have put this matter way beyond Trump and ensured he was a one term President but Biden and Harris look like they will be defeated heavily at the November 2020 ballots making Trump a two term President.


Which would have been evaluated when he got his security clearance. But I'm dubious that info needs to go to YOU, or that "the public" is competent to evaluate such things.

Anyway, "due to pay back" is false. Those type loans are written for 7 year periods because of some federal banking regulation. The correct phrase is "due to be renewed."
9  Economy / Reputation / Re: JollyGood: I just made Legendary rank ! on: September 29, 2020, 10:30:20 AM
Congratulations!!!

New achievement always create memorable moments which work like fuel to contribute more. You have done your best by working tirelessly against scammers and new rank is the reward for all your honest work. After the implementation of new merit system only few users reach this milestone and its always special when someone reach in this position with earned merit.

Looking forward to see more scam busting activities from you. Good luck.   
Thank you very much TalkStar, you give me more credit than I deserve.

You have contributed towards scam busting in this forum, keep up the good work  Wink



Jolly's extraordinary achievement you have become a Legendary member this is a motivation also everyone can reach high ranks if they become the best posters and merit will come by themselves.

Keep up the scam busting operations like you have done since a long time and take your time going through scam reports before doing the FlagNTag. The sound of the troll is just an indicator that you are doing a work that is having an impact and thus should boost you to do it more often.

Well it needs to be maintained because the reports about fraud are so many so with your previous work it is very good for Jolly to have published it on the forum for Scam accusations.
This work awakens a lot of people who don't know what Jolly did before, so it will be very beneficial for us all.
Thank you Raflesia, I will try to keep posting in my Scam Alert thread from time to time to keep it relevant so it might help protect people or at least could work as a reference point.
10  Economy / Services / LEGENDARY MEMBER: AVATAR & SIGNATURE FOR RENT on: September 29, 2020, 09:41:55 AM




I am offering my signature and avatar for rent

Seeking my first ever campaign participation

Interested parties can either post here or contact me via PM

Thank you









  • made 11,000+ posts
  • never displayed a paid avatar before
  • never participated in a signature campaign before
  • regularly posting across multiple boards (sports, politics, scams, etc)



11  Other / Archival / -- on: September 29, 2020, 09:41:19 AM
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12  Other / Politics & Society / Re: USA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2020: Michael Moore says Trump on course to win ! on: September 29, 2020, 08:49:14 AM
When all the polls were forecasting a landslide victory for Hillary Clinton, it was Michael Moore that said Trump would win.

And now Michael Moore is saying that the left and the anti-Trump voters have taken it for granted they will vote Trump out of office therefore he is warning of an even bigger win for Trump than he did in 2016 unless those people actually ensure they vote.

The first television debate between Trump and Biden will be interesting. I think Biden will struggle because he seems to be coming across as fragile, frail. Trump will probably walk all over Biden in the television debate even though he would have the opportunity to use the whole tax returns drama against Trump. I think Biden will probably fail to capitalise.

What does Michael Moore know that we don't know? I don't think he is a credible source for predictions. We all know Michael Moore has a  political agenda himself. I wouldn't bet on his recommendations. At the moment it still looks pretty close between Trump and Biden, the election could go either way. Maybe best to wait for the TV debates.
13  Economy / Economics / Re: Big in Japan: giant Gundam robot makes its first moves in Yokohama on: September 29, 2020, 08:32:07 AM
The launch party was successful (keeping COVID-19 social distancing restrictions aside), there was an audience there...


Surely it will attract more tourist with this exceptional and awesome work of art that Japan has done. This will surely push through lots of Gundam fanatics to get into their country to personally witness this giant Gundam robot that is not just a statues, because this time it is a moving one. Such awesome project which is really worth for the investment they have done. Japan have push through the limitations and breaking another boundary with this project they have done. Most likely you were like in the scene of Gundam series when you were right in front of this giant Gundam robot for sure. I am pretty much sure this is not yet perfect but at least this was a breakthrough and looking forward for a lot more coming from Japan because of this.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Pundi X - Any store can buy, sell and accept Cryptocurrency on: September 29, 2020, 06:27:03 AM
You sold at a good time and made a bit of profit but your friend lost out. I think those days are long gone now, it is impossible for Pundi X to survive in the long run.

I agree with you in the general sense about ICO tokens hype of 2017/18 but the NPXS really was attached to the XPOS device and this project had so much scope yet the mismanagement of this project has brought it to its knees.


The all time high was around 150 sats ~ 0.01+ at some point in 2018 before the epic dump started. I'm not really sure if the Pundi X team dumped on their community, if they didn't then it means their community realized that the team won't be able to fulfill the promises they made during their ICO.  After an extended period of tiny trading volume on binance, they delisted the NPSX/BTC pair because the value had dropped significantly. There's no point trading tokens currently priced at 1 sat in BTC pairs. Better done on alternative pairs like USDT and ETH or even BNB.

I owned a tiny bag in early 2018 but I sold during the peak. I had a friend who was hell-bent on not selling because he thought the value would go higher. He ended up selling some in losses and others at breakeven. The team failed.

Like majority of the ICOs in 2017-2018, NPXS had nothing other than the hype. When that was gone, it became every other erc20 token whose sole purpose is only for transactions. So far, there's nothing forthcoming from the team.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Ethereum: Welcome to the Beginning on: September 29, 2020, 06:20:58 AM
Ethereum will be pumped and dumped like other crypto but in the end will ETH survive and continue? Yes

PUMP ALL THE THINGS
16  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Trump Tax Avoidance: Shrewd Smart Businessman or Deserves Jail Time? on: September 29, 2020, 06:18:20 AM
Where there is a problem is that the President of the USA owes over $400 million in loans to creditors that he has not named and he is due to pay back that loan after 4 years - which coincides with the end of his potential second term.

Whether Trump bullied TikTok or any other company the possibility he could be manipulated by those that he owes money to is a real national security threat.


Every business man is doing the same, so there is nothing to be blamed when a successful business man became the president.I see this as a real skill and can bring revenue to the government, see what happened with tiktok they bullied and bought the company.
17  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Trump Paid Just $750 taxes in 2016 and 2017 ! on: September 29, 2020, 06:14:48 AM
I think it was not just brainless dudes that voted for Trump, there were plenty of business minded people too because would benefit from tax cuts. Let us not forget it was not just the far-right it was also centre-right as well as alienated and disaffected voters too that put Trump in the White House. Another important factor was people did not trust Hillary Clinton even though she won the popular vote she lost out on the electoral college because she and the Democrats took a victory for granted.

This time against Biden who does not look like he can string a few consecutive coherent sentences together, it looks like Trump will get re-elected but thanks to his tax avoidance revelations in the New York Times he might face legal issues.


Jeffrey like this!
It is just another easy thing Mr 0range, aka I can do anything, used to do to make America GREAT again. It requires tremendous efforts, genuineness and a smart guy to accomplish it better than everyone else. Can't you see that? He is awesome, he will save us from ByeDon...
Crappy crap, brainless dudes will vote for him even if he was nominated as a king.
Worst scenario is Pince pardoning him for all his thousands "mistakes" when he step down after his shameful defeat.
18  Economy / Gambling discussion / Tennis: French Open 2020 on: September 28, 2020, 10:15:09 PM
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This thread has been created to discuss the French Open (Roland Garros)






Day 2 Headlines:
Nadal beats Gerasimov in straight sets
S Williams beats Ahn
Thiem beats Cilic in straight sets
Kvitova beats Dodin


Day 1 Headlines:
Gauff beats Konta in straight sets
Wawrinka beats Murray
19  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: English Premier League Season: 2020/2021 on: September 28, 2020, 09:39:29 PM
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These are EPL fixtures for this weekend Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th October 2020

I added my opinions next to each game, post here and tell us how you think the games will end  Grin




20  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Trump Paid Just $750 taxes in 2016 and 2017 ! on: September 28, 2020, 09:24:16 PM
BBC News: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-54332956

According to the explosive report in the New York Times - which says it obtained tax records for Mr Trump and his companies over two decades - Mr Trump paid no income taxes at all in 10 of the previous 15 years. It adds that the president is personally responsible for more than $300m in loans, which will come due in the next four years.


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Speaking on NBC, Ms Pelosi said the report showed that "this president appears to have over $400m in debt".

"To whom? Different countries? What is the leverage they have?" she asked, adding: "So for me, this is a national security question."

"The fact that you could have a sitting president who owes hundreds of millions of dollars that he's personally guaranteed to lenders, and we don't know who these lenders are," she said, and suggested that Mr Trump may be indebted to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

"What does Putin have on the president politically? Personally? Financially?"


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To be honest this is a game changer. How could a man with over $400 million in personal debt to unnamed creditors get to become the President of the USA? I think Pelosi is on to something factual when she says "Trump taxes are 'national security' issue"
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