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1  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: New Website - Looking for beta testers on: April 06, 2015, 12:03:54 AM
I think you should review your site ponzi. It's really not good for invesment.

You also think about a opportunity cost if someone intented to invest into your site.
Not a ponzi.
2  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: New Website - Looking for beta testers on: March 27, 2015, 08:27:50 PM
Everyone in this thread just looks at it and says it looks kinda like a ponzi so I guess it is.
First off it's not a ponzi.

I was talking as someone else. Bob comes to my thread and says "It looks like a ponzi so I guess it is." Better?
3  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: New Website - Looking for beta testers on: March 27, 2015, 11:51:09 AM
Vod requires you contact him only after 1 month of cool down period.
Noting that Vod gave him negative trust on 26th March, OP needs to wait until 26th April before contacting Vod.

Also OP needs to stay away from his ponzi during this period, which I think won't happen.

I'm willing to remove negative feedback sooner, but in this case the OP won't even admit they are trying to scam, much less take the scam offline.

They want everyone to believe I could buy 4,000 "brackets" for 1btc (0.001 each four) and earn a return of 16btc (0.016 each four)

1btc to 16btc   Huh

If the OP could do this, he would be on his own private island, not trying to scam fractions of bitcoins from other users.

I am not trying to run a scam. If you sign up 4, and each of your 4 sign up four, you receive the bracket money from a total of 16 people. 16 * .001 is .016.

After that you cannot make any more bitcoin without purchasing another bracket.

And if you bought 4000 brackets, you would lose 1 btc. Because I don't think you know 4000 people that you could refer.
4  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: New Website - Looking for beta testers on: March 27, 2015, 04:41:48 AM
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=887515.0

Contact Vod, he'll probably ask you to close down what he called a ponzi

By the way, if you have a web designing portfolio, I could do a good deed and help you find a job. But you having ran a pyramid scheme isn't an advantage.

But I believe in what I have made here. I don't see it as a pyramid scheme. I could always get a new identity, but no, I don't have a portfolio put together.
5  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: New Website - Looking for beta testers on: March 27, 2015, 04:34:00 AM
Welp, good luck whatever you do... But my sugestion would be for you to work on something else because to me this seems like a waste of time to me.

Thank you for being cordial. If you are looking to hire just let me know Tongue

Anyway for you to get rid of my negative trust? Or does it have to be Vod? He would never remove it because he's set on this is a ponzi.
6  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: New Website - Looking for beta testers on: March 27, 2015, 04:11:28 AM
First off it's not a ponzi. Second, I am not stealing anything and cannot steal anything. The bitcoin goes directly user to user. There are no deposits paying off old deposits because you're paying other users, and not "paying off" anything. Thank you for the negative trust, I really appreciate it.


Cloudflare is currently under maintenance, so in the meantime you'll have to use the alternative domain

http://bitcoinmatrix.x10host.com

Let me get some things clear, If I wanted to be a beta tester for your website I'd have to buy brackets. Those would allow me to get paid by the users that I referred. Ok well, you're right it's not a ponzi, it looks like a pyramid scheme. If you think that it's a great and unique idea you're wrong. You're wasting your time trying to promote this.

If you're good at web design, try providing a service or creating something unique.

Obligatory to add an image from your website here..

Also, this is how you look right now:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a231RLKyfPw

I realize that this idea is not unique. But It is unique to bitcoin (I think). I also realize that most websites like this are actually scams, so I was trying to create a website that wasn't a scam and you really could make bitcoin referring users.

The brackets allow users to sign up underneath you. If they were to type in your username as their referrer when registering, and you had no brackets, It would give them a message: This user has no open brackets please find someone else.

Thank you for that video. I will learn from it and work on my presentation. Also, I am going to be changing the brackets to .001 which is equivalent to about 25 cents so you guys can test it out and see that you don't lose anything.
7  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: New Website - Looking for beta testers on: March 27, 2015, 03:35:23 AM
I am not trying to steal or scam any of you.

*COUGH* Excuse me?

You are running a unsustainable site (ponzi).  You will have to steal from new deposits to pay off old deposits.



First off it's not a ponzi. Second, I am not stealing anything and cannot steal anything. The bitcoin goes directly user to user. There are no deposits paying off old deposits because you're paying other users, and not "paying off" anything. Thank you for the negative trust, I really appreciate it.


Cloudflare is currently under maintenance, so in the meantime you'll have to use the alternative domain

http://bitcoinmatrix.x10host.com
8  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Server Power Supply Interface Board - for standalone miners and GPU rigs on: March 26, 2015, 02:52:15 PM
So where can I get one for this:

http://m.ebay.com/itm/311075940517?nav=SEARCH
9  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: New Website - Looking for beta testers on: March 26, 2015, 01:11:06 PM
I am not trying to steal or scam any of you. The reason I said I'm looking for testers is because I am trying to make a working website. If you want I will lower the bracket price to 0.001 and give you that bitcoin to test out the system. I'll even make so you don't have to sign up under a referrer. And even better I'll give you the entire source code for the website if you want it!

And let me state one more time. Using the block chain api, it is literally impossible for me to steal your bitcoins.

You are not "investing" your bitcoin. You are sending it directly to other users. Everyone in this thread just looks at it and says it looks kinda like a ponzi so I guess it is. But nobody is listening to how my system works. I spent 3 weeks making this website. Why would I be asking for testers if I was just trying to scam you guys?


And so your saying that if you bought some stickers for .05 btc, then I gave you 4 brackets for purchasing some stickers, then you would try it? Because if you want I can send you some stickers or something.


Only one person has signed up. Most of you haven't even looked at my system if you haven't signed up. So how can you keep accusing me without looking at it! Sign up doesn't cost anything.
10  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: New Website - Looking for beta testers on: March 26, 2015, 05:09:21 AM
It is impossible for your bitcoins to be compromised since they do not go through my website.

Sorry, am I missing something here? People clearly need to send money to the website in order to buy a bracket.

No, if you read the faq, the bitcoin goes directly to the user without going through my website. The bitcoin spent on the bracket you are sending to the user 2 levels above you. When you purchase your first bracket, it tells you to send the money to an address, and that address is the address of the user 2 levels above you.

Since this isn't clear, where should I put this to make it very clear? I'm pretty sure I state this in the faq and in the payments section.
The FAQ says, "Using the blockchain payments api, a new address is created which forwards any bitcoin sent to it, to the user two levels above you. Our system checks the address that was generated for any transactions, and then retires the address when a transaction comes through, generating a new one for the next transaction. We have no access to the wallet associated with the generated address so their is no way for our users bitcoins to be compromised. If you are waiting on a payment, it may take up to a day which is a flaw in the api."

This makes it seem like the user is not directly sending btc to the user two levels above them, but to the address generated by blockchain.info's API, which then forwards the btc to the user two levels above them. Also, how can we trust that you don't have access to the generated addresses? It seems like you generate them using blockchain.info's API.

True, but have you looked at the api?

This is the whole api call:

Code:
https://blockchain.info/api/receive?method=create&address=$receiving_address

and the link to the api:
https://blockchain.info/api/api_receive

For the receiving_address we put the user's address that is 2 levels above the user purchasing the bracket.

Then we display the "input_address" for the user buying the brackets to send the coins to.

The only reason we have this intermediate step is so we can check to make sure user1 actually paid user2. The coins are still going directly user to user. We have no access to the wallet associated with the address created by the api. You can have a look at the api, and see that the address in the middle is created by the api and we have zero control over it.

Does that help explain things?
11  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: New Website - Looking for beta testers on: March 26, 2015, 04:42:08 AM
It is impossible for your bitcoins to be compromised since they do not go through my website.

Sorry, am I missing something here? People clearly need to send money to the website in order to buy a bracket.

No, if you read the faq, the bitcoin goes directly to the user without going through my website. The bitcoin spent on the bracket you are sending to the user 2 levels above you. When you purchase your first bracket, it tells you to send the money to an address, and that address is the address of the user 2 levels above you.

Since this isn't clear, where should I put this to make it very clear? I'm pretty sure I state this in the faq and in the payments section.
12  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: New Website - Looking for beta testers on: March 26, 2015, 04:32:37 AM
If anyone is foolish enough to sigh up and pay good bit-coin, I have no sympathy for them lol Just like those who thought Cryptodouble was a good thing. Common, anyone should have seen that coming miles away....

Why do you find this foolish? Please explain to me your reasoning. This is a legit website that I have put a ton of my time in. I don't like people calling something I put hours of hard work into "foolish."

I don't believe you understand how my system works. I can assure you there is nothing foolish about it.

You can't make remarks about something you haven't even tried. Have you even signed up? Sign up is free. Sign up then tell me what you think of it.

Let me state this again. It is impossible for me to take your bitcoins. I can show you the full source code to prove it.
13  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: New Website - Looking for beta testers on: March 26, 2015, 02:14:46 AM
I think you're late with that pure style of ponzi.

at least you're honest with your words even you try to sell ponzi as a marketing thing. Smiley


So, explain why that is not a ponzi?

It is not a Ponzi Scheme. A Ponzi Scheme involves someone at the very top of a pyramid, and money from anyone below that person goes up to the person at the top. The reason this website is not a Ponzi Scheme is because the maximum number of levels the money can go up is two levels. So lets say I'm at the top. Any bitcoin past two levels below me will never reach me. Also this website charges no fees, and the bitcoin payments are made directly from user to user making it impossible for them to be stolen.


That's a nice design for a website that uses a free TLD.  Roll Eyes
That's a nice design for a website that uses a free TLD.  Roll Eyes

Agree.. what a nice design. Well.. I'm sure he or she will work on the design soon.

Anyway.. using a free TLD is a bad idea..

Sound like a ponzi (No. It is a ponzi!). I'm not going to spend my time on this new ponzi.

Thank you for your comments on the design. What do you think should be changed in the design? I am using a free TLD because I like dot tk TLD's. It is short and simple and allows me to use bitcoinmatrix. I am a college student with no money so I can't purchase a domain (: Also, bitcoinmatrix.com can't be purchased.


From the site's FAQ:

Q: What am I buying?
A: You are buying a membership.

BUT WHAT KIND OF MEMBERSHIP?

I have updated the faq. Please have a look at the new faq. You are not buying a membership, but brackets. To sign up is free. You purchase the brackets so users can sign up under your username.
What kind of site is this?


This is a site where you can make money simply by referring users. It only requires that you purchase brackets. Your first brackets, only 0.05 btc, gives you 4 spots to sign people up under you. Once these spots are filled, this gives the potential to earn up to 0.8 btc. This is more than enough to pay for the next 2 brackets, which are only 0.01 btc.
14  Bitcoin / Project Development / New Website - Looking for beta testers on: March 24, 2015, 09:10:32 PM
Hello, I have spent the past month working non stop on this website. This is not an announcement, I am looking for beta testers right now to test functionality and look for bugs. If you are interested please visit the website.

https://bitcoinmatrix.tk - Up! Added HTTPS

There are no ads, and I collect no fees. It is impossible for your bitcoins to be compromised since they do not go through my website.


If you have any experience with sql injection or cross site scripting, feel free to use any methods on my website as long as you report any security issues to me.

I could use some help on adding more content to the different sections specifically the about, how it works, and the faq. I'm looking to make it more clear as to what this website is, as well as adding more faq.

The last thing I'm looking for feedback on is the site design. Let me know what you think about it, and what you would like to see added, removed, or changed.


This site is still in beta, so I am not liable for anything that happens.

It is a referral program, so you will have to use my username (microzee) right now to sign up. If more testers sign up, please use their usernames instead.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: nvidia 9800 gtx and gt 520 on: June 19, 2014, 10:44:57 PM
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aj3vcsuY-JFNdHR4ZUN5alozQUNvU1pyd2NGeTNicGc&usp=sharing#gid=0

number 17 and 18 and 406 show 1-14.2 khashes for the 9800

number 26 is 26 khashes for the 520

number 372 is 19 khashes for the 520

Number 17 and 18 both say 9800 gt and not gtx, and number 26 and 372 say gt 520mx. Either way I'm guessing those numbers are more realistic numbers. I was just wondering what the whole 40k and 1.7k numbers were, and why they were in there since they are obviously mistakes.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / nvidia 9800 gtx and gt 520 on: June 19, 2014, 04:21:42 PM
Has anyone seen the spreadsheet on these to cards while using cudaminer?

The 9800 says it gets 40,000 kilohashes, and the 520 says 1794. There's no way that's true.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/lv?key=0Aj3vcsuY-JFNdHR4ZUN5alozQUNvU1pyd2NGeTNicGc&type=view&gid=0&f=true&sortcolid=5&sortasc=false&page=1&rowsperpage=250
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][JPC]JackpotCoin#Unique JHA Algo#Ultra Fast Trans#1st True PoW/PoS Hybrid on: June 13, 2014, 02:37:01 AM
Wait for price to go down a little more and then time to buy!
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY! - JPC on: June 12, 2014, 09:09:16 PM
Jackpot coin just dropped drastically! Its at .00023 which is an all time low! I myself will be investing $100 into it, just thought I'd let you guys know Cheesy


http://www.cryptocoinrank.com/jackpotcoin
Hello,
What is this coin? On that link i see that it is getting lower and lower on the market. Who is accepting this coin? What can b the reasons to invest in such coin?
Is there something different which it can offer to the community?
Can you post a link for the original threat of that coin?
BR

This coin is a cryptocurrency (obviously). When prices drop, its usually a good time to buy. No, I am not trying to endorse this coin, I'm just saying that I myself will be taking advantage of the price drop. Hopefully I'll get lucky Wink

Here's the topic:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=584481.0

And you can trade it on bittrex.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY! - JPC on: June 12, 2014, 03:27:42 PM
Jackpot coin just dropped drastically! Its at .00023 which is an all time low! I myself will be investing $100 into it, just thought I'd let you guys know Cheesy


http://www.cryptocoinrank.com/jackpotcoin
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [CLOAK] Cloakcoin | No Premine | X13 | Mandatory Wallet Upgrade on: June 10, 2014, 03:17:14 PM
So wait, I'm confused, pow is over, but why can't I still mine?

Mining IS POW

Soon the multipool will be up, which allows you to mine other coins which are then exchanged to CLOAK for you.

So we cant mine cloakcoin again? we can only mine another coin and exchange it for cloakcoin? thats lame.

Where have you been for the past week? It has been minable all week.

Yes I know, I have been mining all week. And then today I find out that mining has stopped. I really don't get the point. Minting seems cool but isn't going to be nearly as profitable as mining.
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