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281  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: June 02, 2015, 01:23:03 PM
Any noobs looking to sign up should refer me and I'll answer all your questions about the operation. Referral link my signature, thanks!

unless you got pictures of you standing in a Brazilian data centre with 850 ghash worth of asics standing next to a man named Marcelo holding his passport verifying the name and holding a newspaper with todays date then I dont think you'll have any answers that will satisfy the band of trolls posting on this thread.
282  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: June 02, 2015, 12:17:56 PM
Hmmm, i'm quite sure that the owners of scrypt.cc are not Ukrainian but are in fact a master race of giant space ants. And I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords...who bring with them copious amounts of bitcoins.


Well, given previous profanity-peppered rants about how your beloved scrypt.cc doesn't need more customers because they've sold all their hashpower, followed up with your swing-and-a-miss justification for the continued use of referral bonuses, whereby you utterly failed to account for the fact that the function of the referral bonus is to get their current 'investors' to dupe more 'marks' into bringing fresh capital into the bottom of the scam, it doesn't surprise me to see you dismiss valid reason-based assertions as to the actual truth about these ponzi schemes with nothing more substantial than the equivalent of saying 'pffffft to you!'

Well done, ilic, superb response, bravo.

you're a tool.

what's the fuking point, you dumb shits are now screaming that all the cloudmining sites are all linked and run by the same fuking spanish, gay russian kgb mafia or whatever the fuk.  What does it fuking matter what I say, you keep regurgitating the same bullshit arguments again and again???

If you don't want to invest, go fuck yourself because I doubt anybody else will want to.

To everyone else, invest....don't invest do whatever the fuck you want.  You're all adults, make a decision and run with it instead of standing around with your dicks in your hand.

If scrypt.cc shuts down tonight then so be it, i lose a few thousand dollars.  Boo fuking hoo, atleast I wouldn't have to read the same bullshit from you-know-who anymore.

why do i even read this fuking thread anymore.

Happy now? You made me swear like a mother fuker again!
283  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: June 02, 2015, 11:50:10 AM
Hmmm, i'm quite sure that the owners of scrypt.cc are not Ukrainian but are in fact a master race of giant space ants. And I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords...who bring with them copious amounts of bitcoins.



284  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: June 02, 2015, 04:48:09 AM
@masterful:

You have to realize I'm using block times, block rewards, and current market prices.  This is the most basic information available for any coin.  I know some people might not know where to find comprehensive info like this on a large number of coins, and I'm happy to show them as I did in my last post.

But it's the same thing as if I did an analysis of Bitcoin and used:

Block reward: 25 btc
Block time: 10 minutes
Nethash: current info from blockchain.info

I mean, this is just what everybody knows about Bitcoin.  It's no secret.  It's the same with scrypt coins.  The information is readily available and verifiable.   Anybody has access to it.  All I'm basically doing is multiplying the numbers and showing the implications for scrypt.cc.  

The thing is, with the disagreements to my posts, nobody has put forward a data-based, verifiable counter argument.  Why don't you provide one?
All right, you want me to provide a data based, verifiable counter argument?

Take a look at this blockchain
https://blockchain.info/address/1HWqsgnSd12Gv8SpoUMi1Cj8hp79BTSpW7

This is the wallet of the site owner, as you can see, it has about 983 BTC in it(at the time of this post being written), with a total of 30689 BTC received. I got this address in the chat back in May 11 when scrypt.cc had the data center problem where all of their mining power were shut off and they had to move to a new DC, people somehow found it.

With this amount of BTC, all the owner need to do right now is shut down the site and take all the Bitcoin away, because 983 BTC is around R$697,916(he lives in Brazil) right now, depending on how high BTC to Brazilian Real rises. That is a lot of money by Brazilian standards, the guy could shut the site down and buy a house and/or nice car with that amount of money, but he never did it, the site had been around for more than a year and it is still up and kicking.

This is the cost of living in Brazil, recently updated data:
http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/country_result.jsp?country=Brazil

And this is the average salary of people in Brazil earns:
http://www.salaryexplorer.com/salary-survey.php?loc=30&loctype=1

As you can see, only the highest paying job can last a person a month if they want to live a middle class life, if they got a family, that is a different story. This is only general data, no city within Brazil are specified

We don't know what his actual living condition is, but let's assume that he is renting a 1 room apartment in the city center(R$1174), basic costs(R$206), and internet(R$73), I picked these three because this is what he need to actually manage the site, in a year, he would have to spent
R$17412 just for these three basic things alone, this is only an assumption, because he might have other expenses.

Your personal definition of "scam" is different than most of people, most people think a site is a scam because it is a ponzi, like one of those "double your bitcoin in 100 hours" site, which will close down and take all your coins after half a month. This site is simply not that kind of scam because as far as I know, it had been around for more than a year, and the guy can simply shut the site down at ANY given time right now since he has a shitload of BTC. You can know this by looking at the blockchain info for his wallet. You simply think this site is a scam because you analyzed scrypt coins and you think the ROI and returns are not what you calculated, nothing else, btw I don't know if you already knew that wallet, if not, you are welcome.

As long as the site is up and running and paying out, it is NOT a scam!! However, I do keep checking the site ever so often because I do fear everything I said above could happen, but I don't have much real money invested in it, $2 as I said before, so I'm not too worried.

Thanks for the info, as you are aware already I have been with scrypt.cc for over a year and do not believe in any way it's a ponzi however several people are in complete disagreement with us.

So, at any stage over the last 6-12 months, the site owners could shut down scrypt.cc and walk away with around 1000BTC yet the still keep operating?  Hmmm, that def screams ponzi to me (/end sarcacsm).  Maybe they're just greedy and want 2000BTC so they'll keep the site running another year.....lol.

In any case, I'm happy withdrawing daily and spending my well earnt bitcoins!!
285  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: June 01, 2015, 01:33:47 PM
wow server getting hammered now and back to over 1000/khash.

nice reward increase too overnight.  Now we play the waiting game and see how things go for the next few weeks, in the meantime i'm pulling out 90% of my daily income and leaving 10% to re-invest.
286  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: May 29, 2015, 11:14:16 AM
For those of you who may have missed my post a couple of days ago about the legitamcy of scrypt.cc's mining operation, please see below:

"Scrypt.cc dont give a fuck about any of our opinions.  You know why?

Allow me to explain:

They have a fixed amount of hashing power (currently at 500ghash + 350ghash not for sale).  In the early days, back in early 2014, the whole purpose of the website and the whole business operation was for buyers to invest BTC to buy that hashing power.  That way, they get their money back from their own capital investment and start to generate revenue from it too by charging a fee to those who have invested.

Makes sense so far right?  Buy hardware, plug it in, sell the hashing power...pretty standard cloud mining stuff that I think even cryptodevil will agree with.

So in order for the business to succeed, they responded to support tickets in a timely manner, they were active on the forums (BCT and their own scrypt.cc forum) and just did the things you would expect them to do to keep their customers happy.  Over the next 6 or 12 months or however long it's been, every single khash has been sold off.  Admin are reaping huge rewards for themselves and for their investors.  They now have no more hashing power to sell.

Still with me?  This isn't exactly rocket science.

But here's the bit you ponzi screaming idiots seem to forget.

Why the fuck would they want any new investors now?   Scrypt.cc dont give a fuck about new investors.  New investors bring nothing to the table for them except more load on the server and more support tickets from useless fucks who get their account hacked and complain.  Every new investor just buys existing khashes, the site owners receive zero profit from people trading khashes.

So as the site owner, why the fuck would you listen to fuktards on the forums wanting proof of mining?  That will only encourage another 10,000 user accounts and support tickets that they have to administer."


Now, there is something I didn't address in my summary of why scrypt.cc is not a ponzi. A particular person on this forum, someone with some severe insecurities about himself, pointed it out for me.  I say this because this person has such a burning desire to show the world their super-dooper large vocabulary and better-than-you arrogant style of writing that they must be trying to compensate for their inadequacies - ie they probably have a small appendage, among other things.

The point I didn't address was the 5% referral (after all, this is simply one of the biggest factors as to why Scrypt.cc is a ponzi /end sarcasm).

A referral system, as most are aware is a good way to encourage people to share the website to their friends, family and forums.   Scrypt.cc has had this 5% referral system since Day 1 when they had millions of khashes to sell to investors.  I'm sure this referral system helped get scrypt.cc to where it is today, ie not one single khash available for sale owned by the site admin.

Now, as you are all aware, the referral system is still in place which as someone suggested just screams ponzi becuase that's how scrypt.cc keep getting more and more investors to pay out the existing investors, right?

Wrong.  Let's think about this for a moment because it seems this referral system is making all the difference about the sites legitimacy.  Lets say I get 5 of my closest friends and family to throw USD$1000 each into scrypt.cc, because you know, everyone one I know just has a lazy thousand bucks lying around to invest in crypto despite the fact they know nothing about it.

At todays rates, USD$1000 buys approx 437,000 khashes.  This would you approx $8.50 per day or $261 per month.  With the MASSIVE 5% referral for signing someone up i would get approx $13 per month.  Wow, so you're telling me that if i can just rope in 10 people to each put in USD$1000 each that would net me an extra $131 per month?  Fuk me, I'm gonna quite my job and go recruiting people full time because every one i know will just jump at this opportunity.  /end sarcasm again

So the referral system is just a legacy from the early days when they wanted investors, now scrypt.cc dont give a shit about new investors and the 5% referral bonus they give away because they are making a fortune with their mining hardware and the dirt cheap electricity they had for the first 14 months of their operation.

So once again, anyone with no balls can steer clear of this site and for the rest of us, stick some money in there and make the most of the early days of Bitcoin and crypto currencies in general.

287  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: May 29, 2015, 10:49:17 AM
Oh, ok, you were just lying then in order to better promote your false contention that I am somehow unstable and prone to emotional outbursts, which would serve to hopefully reduce the impact of the valid points I am making, right?

I tend to only roll out the condescension for when people are being forcefully ignorant, which happens a lot in this thread. It is populated by sock-puppet shills AND fan-boys who desperately refuse to consider that there never has been any evidence this scheme is anything but a long-running ponzi fraud.

But, sure, if tone-complaint is all you have then I guess it's all you've got. It doesn't really serve your case very well, though, so I'd recommend saving it for people who can't see it for the huge clunker of a fallacy it is.



There there, don't get all worked up.
I'm sure some people are very impressed by your cleverly chosen words, even if they are saying the same thing over and over again.

My "case" as you call it, was just pointing out that you're a condescending asshole. One which is highly intelligent, or one with a good dictionary.
But an asshole none the less. Perhaps there are better things you can do with your time...

Now, instead of all this negativity from you, laddie, let's get some positivity going!
Instead of pointing out all that's bad in each possible ponzi you see (and, yes, we know your intentions are honorable),
kindly point everyone here in the direction of a good, honest investment, which yields a decent intrest per month.

I'm always on the lookout for investments, and I'm done with scrypt for the time being.

Just like you couldn't actually cite where I could be accused of having 'screamed' the word 'ad-hominem', you continue to dishonestly represent the tone of my replies by accusing me of being 'worked up' when the content of my post clearly was anything but representative of somebody who was emotionally 'worked up'.

So, apart from calling me an asshole and lying about my emotional state, along with condescendingly calling me 'laddie', do you actually have anything of substance to rebut the reasonable points I've posted about the scrypt.cc scam and the fact that, as fan-boy already inadvertently pointed out, there is no benefit from a 'cloud mining' operation which has sold all of the hash power already getting new customers, which then raises the question of why they have 'referral bonuses' to get new customers when the need for new customers is exactly what you'd expect from a Ponzi-based scam.

As for asking about investment advice, no.



Well, once again, you need to calm down.
I don't mean to sound alarming, but you should see a doctor about your anger issues...

Now, let's work on your "title" of grammar police: your second paragraph is one gigantic sentence.
Please learn how to break long, pointless ramblings like that up into smaller sentences.
Also; that idiotic sentence begins as a question, yet ends as a statement. Were you looking for an answer?

Thirdly: you sir (and I use that term veeerrrryyy loosely here), are the perfect example of a coward without a single grain of originality.
You keep screaming the same arguments over and over again, covered in a layer of finely crafted words, cleverly chosen to give you an air of superiority.
You have neither the guts, nor the brains (we'll leave the cash out of this) to take a risk with money at all, yet truly believe it is your mission to save the rest of the world from themselves.

Ask yourself this: have you ever made ONE constructive remark? Ever? (and no, I don't have the time, nor the intrest, to go read all your posts).

So: you hate scrypt.cc, and likely every hyip/ponzi/scam, whatever you wanna call it.
Yet, when given the chance to actually HELP people here, and show them a better, safer alternative, your answer is "no".

You are nothing but a condescending asshole, a coward, and you've been exposed for the bag of wind that you are.

Hi wannesd, thank you for writing what I have also been thinking.  Finally someone on the same page.
288  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: May 28, 2015, 10:02:51 AM
..and the badlist author is scrypt user,  but anyway, it mean something, dont you think?

Ooh, are you suggesting that badbitcoin.org and Homero Joshua Garza might actually be behind scrypt.cc itself?

I'd fucking wet myself laughing if it turned out to be true. Given the epic saga that has been the GAW/XPY ponzi/matrix scam it would be simply delicious to connect the dots from them to scrypt.cc




sry I didnt meant it like you understand, my english is bad probably. But absolutely wrong, this is what you want to mean.   I meant, if scrypt.cc is scam, it would be on badlist, and author of badlist will not use scrypt.cc.   Im happy scrypt user, fan, roi broken 2times - even with this electricity thing, now playing just with earnings. I bought a lot on panic sell for low, now checking everyday price rising, probably will rise til 1.june, we will se then.  Im naive? Ok, we will see, right? Scrypt is scam? Maybe yes, but very funny scam.  

Ah, seems you have the wrong conclusion then. Badbitcoin.org has been proven to be directly involved in supporting an existing fraudulent operation with GAW/XPY and, so, if they are also promoting scrypt.cc all the while the same reasoning which has them asserting other 'cloud mining' operations to be fraudulent also applies to scrypt.cc, then the only possible conclusion is that badbitcoin is also colluding with scrypt.cc.

BTW, @SpanishSoldier, the whole point of how a Ponzi scheme ensures they keep the scam rolling so long is by letting people withdraw when they want to 'test' whether they can, because then they generally will send it straight back in to 'compound' their 'profit'. That's how it works, because everybody is satisfied that, if they wanted to, they could withdraw their funds but in the meantime they will keep 're-investing' their 'profit'.

Ponzi schemes only ever have to pay out a small fraction of the total amount that is sent to them as 'investments', as long as new suckers are brought into the scheme through . . .you guessed it, referrals.

Eventually it can't possibly keep up the needed flow of new 'investors' and the outflow threatens to increase to a larger percentage relative to the new money coming in, which ultimately results in . . . lights out.


Qua qua qua... U sound like Charlie Browns friggin teacher (thanks to ford fair lane for that one!)

Seriously, do you ever quit spouting the same old bullshit?

Let's fast forward a year from now, scryptcc are still paying out happily, they even post some pictures of their mining farm.  Then what? 2 more years, u still gonna be spinning the same bullshit?

If script cc shut down their site and take our money, please laugh in my face all you want. Until then, please be fucking off because I think I speak on behalf of the majority on this thread, no one gives a shit what you have to say.

+1 if u agree me ppl, I can't be the only 1 sick of this bullshit.

In the meantime, I'll keep pocketing my 0.1btc daily, thanks scryptcc for the steady income. I wish I was at the same level Dice was on tho!

Oooh, snappy comeback, you sure showed me there.

I'm just having a little difficulty in finding the part in your reply where you rebut the points I made. Be a dear and highlight where in your reply you actually do that, you know, other than the part where you simply have your little tantrum and throw your toys from the pram.

Quote from: ilic
please be fucking off

Ummmm . . .no.



So i'm guessing you haven't seen that movie then?  It wouldn't surprise me if that sort of movie was beneath you, given the way you write in your usual condescending tone.

Regardless, I think you missed my point.  I'll try and make it perfectly clear, although someone with your obviously high intelligence probably doesn't need it dumbed down but I will do so anyway.

NO ONE gives a shit about your theories on ponzi scams and if scrypt.cc is or isn't one.

Until you can come back with some sort of real indication that the admin and owners behind scrypt.cc aren't actually mining using physical mining hardware then my previous comment still stands....please be fucking off.

You have NOTHING, you are making nothing but assumptions.  "well it must be a ponzi because the admin haven't posted any pictures or addresses...guaranteed ponzi scam in my worthless opinion" is the sort of bullshit you spin day in and day out.

You want an explanation as to why the site owners/admin are doing things the way they are?? And if i were admin I would do the exact same thing. Scrypt.cc dont give a fuck about any of our opinions.  You know why?

Allow me to explain:

They have a fixed amount of hashing power (currently at 500ghash + 350ghash not for sale).  In the early days, back in early 2014, the whole purpose of the website and the whole business operation was for buyers to invest BTC to buy that hashing power.  That way, they get their money back from their own capital investment and start to generate revenue from it too by charging a fee to those who have invested.

Makes sense so far right?  Buy hardware, plug it in, sell the hashing power...pretty standard cloud mining stuff that I think even cryptodevil will agree with.

So in order for the business to succeed, they responded to support tickets in a timely manner, they were active on the forums (BCT and their own scrypt.cc forum) and just did the things you would expect them to do to keep their customers happy.  Over the next 6 or 12 months or however long it's been, every single khash has been sold off.  Admin are reaping huge rewards for themselves and for their investors.  They now have no more hashing power to sell.

Still with me?  This isn't exactly rocket science.

But here's the bit you ponzi screaming idiots seem to forget.

Why the fuck would they want any new investors now?   Scrypt.cc dont give a fuck about new investors.  New investors bring nothing to the table for them except more load on the server and more support tickets from useless fucks who get their account hacked and complain.  Every new investor just buys existing khashes, the site owners receive zero profit from people trading khashes.

So as the site owner, why the fuck would you listen to fuktards on the forums wanting proof of mining?  That will only encourage another 10,000 user accounts and support tickets that they have to administer.

So for any of you dumb fucks spinning the usual ponzi crap, read what I have written above and tell me if i'm not fuking correct.

Cryptodevil, this will be the last time i have any sort of correspondence with you as you just annoy the living shit out of me.  I will however let you know when i've doubled my initial investment even though it wont change your opinion but you will atleast have a fleeting thought that maybe, just maybe you should have put some money into scypt.cc instead of talking shit for the past year.








289  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: May 27, 2015, 10:28:12 PM
..and the badlist author is scrypt user,  but anyway, it mean something, dont you think?

Ooh, are you suggesting that badbitcoin.org and Homero Joshua Garza might actually be behind scrypt.cc itself?

I'd fucking wet myself laughing if it turned out to be true. Given the epic saga that has been the GAW/XPY ponzi/matrix scam it would be simply delicious to connect the dots from them to scrypt.cc




sry I didnt meant it like you understand, my english is bad probably. But absolutely wrong, this is what you want to mean.   I meant, if scrypt.cc is scam, it would be on badlist, and author of badlist will not use scrypt.cc.   Im happy scrypt user, fan, roi broken 2times - even with this electricity thing, now playing just with earnings. I bought a lot on panic sell for low, now checking everyday price rising, probably will rise til 1.june, we will se then.  Im naive? Ok, we will see, right? Scrypt is scam? Maybe yes, but very funny scam.  

Ah, seems you have the wrong conclusion then. Badbitcoin.org has been proven to be directly involved in supporting an existing fraudulent operation with GAW/XPY and, so, if they are also promoting scrypt.cc all the while the same reasoning which has them asserting other 'cloud mining' operations to be fraudulent also applies to scrypt.cc, then the only possible conclusion is that badbitcoin is also colluding with scrypt.cc.

BTW, @SpanishSoldier, the whole point of how a Ponzi scheme ensures they keep the scam rolling so long is by letting people withdraw when they want to 'test' whether they can, because then they generally will send it straight back in to 'compound' their 'profit'. That's how it works, because everybody is satisfied that, if they wanted to, they could withdraw their funds but in the meantime they will keep 're-investing' their 'profit'.

Ponzi schemes only ever have to pay out a small fraction of the total amount that is sent to them as 'investments', as long as new suckers are brought into the scheme through . . .you guessed it, referrals.

Eventually it can't possibly keep up the needed flow of new 'investors' and the outflow threatens to increase to a larger percentage relative to the new money coming in, which ultimately results in . . . lights out.


Qua qua qua... U sound like Charlie Browns friggin teacher (thanks to ford fair lane for that one!)

Seriously, do you ever quit spouting the same old bullshit?

Let's fast forward a year from now, scryptcc are still paying out happily, they even post some pictures of their mining farm.  Then what? 2 more years, u still gonna be spinning the same bullshit?

If script cc shut down their site and take our money, please laugh in my face all you want. Until then, please be fucking off because I think I speak on behalf of the majority on this thread, no one gives a shit what you have to say.

+1 if u agree me ppl, I can't be the only 1 sick of this bullshit.

In the meantime, I'll keep pocketing my 0.1btc daily, thanks scryptcc for the steady income. I wish I was at the same level Dice was on tho!
290  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: May 21, 2015, 06:36:47 AM
And my opinin towards the power failure is, that in any company it could happen. Especially in companies that consume that much energy. And the really fast movement of the asics from DC2 to DC4 confused me a bit, but i think as i said in this thread already, they got containers where they have their asics in and they moved them on trucks and simply had to put power and internet to the containers. So this fast movement was possible then.

But this whole, 'they have them in shipping containers' thing isn't even proven, it is simply supposition for how they could possibly have moved so many units so quickly. You might as well have said they had an army of midgets at their disposal to help out, if you're going to just be making stuff up.

Of course the electricity 'could' have been cut due to legal issues, why would a fraudulent operation assert something that didn't sound plausible when they can simply manipulate the market by referencing a power-outage at their main DC? It works as both a way to nicely panic the trading market while reinforcing to the 'believers' that they must have the ASIC hardware and the multiple DC's, right? RIGHT? Cos', you know, they are talking about them having had a power outage, so, ummmm, totally *not* a fractional mining/ponzi fraud, right? Right?

Remember, for all the people who are trying to float the, "Hey it's just a gamble" turd of a 'justification', it is only a gamble if the participants are aware of the realities of wager.

An organisation claiming to be something it is not, in order to attract 'investors', is committing a criminal act. It is not investment, it is fraud.







I think it's pretty safe to say anyone who invests in Bitcoin or any crypto currency in any way is not your average 'mom n pop' investor and is aware of the risk.

Do you have some BTC on an exchange? We've seen mt gox and mintpal go down, how is trading on an exchange any different in your view of scrypt cc or any other cloud mining operation?

Why aren't you policing every single other thread on bct where an exchange is involved?

With regards to proof, would you openly advertise you have hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of ASIC equipment in a datacentre? "Hey world, here's where I earn millions using expensive hardware. The address is 123 I'm-n-idiot st, Brazil. Come and get me" Let's also realise Brazil probably isn't the safest country in the world to run such an operation openly too.

You've made your position perfectly clear, if people want to invest let them. If you choose not to that's great for the rest of us, price per khash stays lower and my returns increase.
291  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: May 19, 2015, 03:56:00 AM
Since Feb of 2014, I have had people (a lot of the same people) telling me I was playing a Ponzi at Scrypt.cc.   It took me 90 days to get my initial deposit back.  Things were crap at the sit for awhile, but I constantly made some money, and withdrew it on a regular basis.   Starting in December 2014, I was making double my initial investment each month. By withdrawing most of the profit (Income), putting some back in when prices were low (Investing), and playing the market (trading) whenever there is a site problem also racked up enough KHS to more than quadruple my KHS.

I am saying this because no Ponzi in the world would let me actually make money for so long. And the Haters, well they kept saying 'good luck, see what you say in a month'.

Well, its been 15 months. Still happy, still making an income (a rather large one).  I'm happy.  The only people I know that have lost are people that got skittish and bailed out. Or were playing the market - something you can lose at no matter what company you bet on.

I've said it before, and I will say it again: You have to offer proof to make someone/something guilty of something. Proof is not another thread on a Forum, or people making up scam rating system.  If you are nervous about using them, then don't - I would prefer if you stayed away. I appreciate you not trying to save me from your fears, almost as much as I appreciate you not shoving your religion down my throat.



+1!

In a way, I kinda hope all the fear mongering and scam talk continues because it will drive people away from scrypt.cc and those of us with enough sense/balls to invest will have higher returns as the price per khash will stay lower.

292  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: May 18, 2015, 10:53:12 AM
so what is the general conensus of rewards once the new electricity deal is underway?  we are currently at 6 satoshis now, it was around 17 satoshis before, somewhere in the middle maybe?
293  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: May 18, 2015, 09:41:12 AM
You guys are gonna stay till the end right? I guess you guys defending this crap wanna meet ltcgear fate, cause it looks similar on many levels. This one is even less sophisticated.. I feel sorry for you. Some people ever learn..

What´s the scam junk that this crap is pushing ?  Grin
  
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I guess your lack of ability to properly construct a reasoned rebuttal to the scrypt.cc scam accusations would suggest that you also have no idea the BTC address you have posted in your profile tells an extremely interesting tale about you.

18hmMKrt4Nhf2gYdgVutXqS3q1729Hupv1
https://blockchain.info/address/18hmMKrt4Nhf2gYdgVutXqS3q1729Hupv1?offset=250&filter=0

Whilst the address itself appears somewhat unremarkable, with a small number of transactions, the onwards payment addresses are fascinating.

This one you pay to is the scrypt.cc address: https://blockchain.info/de/address/1HWqsgnSd12Gv8SpoUMi1Cj8hp79BTSpW7

An easier layout allows you to see the incoming and outgoing payments a bit easier: https://www.walletexplorer.com/address/1HWqsgnSd12Gv8SpoUMi1Cj8hp79BTSpW7?page=1729

Which also makes an appearance on something called 3W Ponzi: http://3wponzi.net16.net/



And people (not you crypto devil) wonder why there is a need for Darkcoin/DASH and anonymity!

I know this isn't the thread for this but DASH will be the #2 crypto currency behind bitcoin.

Edit - I don't  really understand as to the significance of the transactions...are u saying he has also sent money to a known Ponzi scam?
294  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][DASH] Dash | First Anonymous Coin | Inventor of X11, DGW, Darksend and InstantX on: May 18, 2015, 02:49:26 AM


Hi ilic.  Please try to refrain from addressing these individuals.  We have been doing a great job on ignoring them.  this is a team effort.

Ok will do!
295  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][DASH] Dash | First Anonymous Coin | Inventor of X11, DGW, Darksend and InstantX on: May 17, 2015, 10:28:42 PM
Lol, so the price starts going up and what happens? Trolls come back again!!

Welcome back Adam White and it looks like you have a new loser friend!

Your investments in altcoins not going so well huh?
296  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: May 17, 2015, 09:43:02 AM
I've got the same phishing email.How they know my email ?

If you were running a ponzi whereby you could strip some of your 'investors' accounts and then blame it on 'bad guys' in order to reduce the amount you have to pay out, what would stop you from doing so?

Nothing.



FFS, why are you still here?  You avatar says "Grammer Police", I dont see anything about "Ponzi Police" or "Scam Watch".

Are you here because you are genuinely concerned for your fellow man?

Or, more likely, are you here because you have a vested interest in some other altcoin or crypto investment??

I've seen it in the Darkcoin/DASH community, trollers from Monero came across and hammered the DASH thread trying to convince people it's an 'instamine scam coin' etc etc because they've invested so much time and money into their worthless pathetic coin that they have to try and bring others down in the hope that they somehow succeed?

To me, it seems for you to spend so much time in this thread you have either been burnt by an actual ponzi scam or you have money in another worthless one and feel stupid that you've invested time and money into something netting you zero result.

so, enlighten me if you don't mind.
297  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: May 16, 2015, 06:51:01 AM
So i see that this thread has gone the usual route of rallying the shills to try and discredit anyone who raises valid concerns about the fact that this scheme is clearly a ponzi.

Guys, just check https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=878387 and you'll find it's a ponzi. No need to argue and call names each other Smiley It says only preliminary assessment, but I encourage the author to put a final one.

Anyone who isn't a corrupt shill can easily check the post history of these ad-hominem-spewing users to see that the vast majority of them appear to solely be here to promote scrypt.cc and drown out any dissent.

@galdur You appear to have quite the problem with your attempts to rage-quit this discussion, how many more times are you going to keep posting that this is, "goodbye forever"? Also, pro-tip, when you have been presented with a rational, reasoned, explanation for why something most probably is not what it is claiming to be, your pat response of simply resorting to ad-hominem against the people who are presenting said rational and reasoned concerns clearly shows that you have nothing to rebut the position and have to resort to scrabbling at your keyboard in the hope that attempting to dismiss a rational and reasoned position by posting the equivalent of blowing a raspberry will be seen as a reasoned rebuttal.

Just in case you were under the mistaken impression it is working for you, I'll let you in to a secret, it isn't.




Just incase u missed it, I'll say it again:

"So unless you can show me some sort of actual evidence that scrypt.cc is a scam, you can kindly fuck off from this thread. Let the adults talk about adult things and you can go play with the children in the backyard screaming "ponzi ponzi" all fucking day"

All I see from you is the same crappy arguments about ponzis and scams with no evidence except your opinion which isn't worth shit incase you weren't aware.
298  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][DASH] Dash | First Anonymous Coin | Inventor of X11, DGW, Darksend and InstantX on: May 16, 2015, 04:06:04 AM
excellent, thanks for the info.  I'm still confident DASH has a very bright future, i just need to build up my holdings a little I think!
299  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][DASH] Dash | First Anonymous Coin | Inventor of X11, DGW, Darksend and InstantX on: May 16, 2015, 01:02:36 AM
My attention has been diverted from DASH for a few weeks due to a number of things...

Can someone pls update me on what the big MN vote was all about?

Also, any news from Evan lately?

Finally, what are the main things dev team is working on at the moment?

Thanks guys
300  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: May 15, 2015, 11:03:36 PM
Cryptodevil, I don't really know how to say this except to say that you are such a massive loser!

It doesn't matter what happens with scrypt.cc all you are going to say is "it's part of the scam"

Electricity goes off, you say " see it's a scam, say good bye to your money"

Electricity comes on, you say " oh well that's part of the plan by admin to scam everyone out of profits"

Someone goes to Brazil to visit the facilities, "oh he must be part of the scam too"

You have zero, none, no evidence what so ever that scrypt cc is a scam. In fact, we have quite the opposite. An online business running for almost 18 months paying out to its customers like clockwork. People have made hundreds of thousands of dollars. My only problem with scrypt cc is that I don't have enough money to put in there otherwise I'd be semi retired by now.

So while you sit around with your finger in your ass, I will continue to enjoy the hundreds of dollars per week that scrypt cc pay me.

So unless you can show me some sort of actual evidence that scrypt.cc is a scam, you can kindly fuck off from this thread. Let the adults talk about adult things and you can go play with the children in the backyard screaming "ponzi ponzi" all fucking day.





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