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401  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] DOGE Ponzi with INSURANCE - New ROUND starts NOW on: April 05, 2014, 10:19:53 PM
OK, DOGE thread is closed... no payouts for the last 48 hours.

I don't even know, should I start a new thread???

EDIT: Found the answer, we'll give another go:)
402  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] DOGE Ponzi with INSURANCE - New ROUND starts NOW on: April 05, 2014, 10:19:12 PM
I confirm that it works pretty well, deposite next 0.5 BTC Cheesy

Think you wanted to write this here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=555504.0 Smiley
403  Economy / Speculation / Re: HOW LOW WILL WE GO! on: April 05, 2014, 10:17:11 PM
Who cares for bitcoin ?
99.9% of people on the planet do not know what is the Bitcoin.

Hence the immsense growth potential Wink

it not currency and never will be, Bitcoin is a joke.

Joke is the person who thinks BTC is a joke...
404  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin will have no more big "to the moon" rises anymore. Face reality on: April 05, 2014, 05:09:24 PM
Just explained on another thread: bitcoin is finite. If some bitcoins will disappear from the market (like China will ban it, and the "chinese" bitcoins will "disappear" from the market), then bitcoin is going to get even more rare. The maximum total of 21.000.000 is already unrealistic anyway, because probably hundreds of thousands of bitcoins are lost already in wallets which can never be recovered... so if more bitcoins disappear, it will become even more rare.

And the rarest something is, the more valuable it gets. So don't worry guys, and don't fall for all the FUD: bitcoin will rise to a lot more than it ever was.
405  Economy / Speculation / Re: HOW LOW WILL WE GO! on: April 05, 2014, 05:04:37 PM
If you try to make a correct pool, then remove the part with unrealistic and delusional option... it's not fair to influence the answer.

Otherwise, if you are just looking to FUD, and create panic change the topic and say something like I want you all to say we go as low as 0$ Smiley

My two cents is that we hit the bottom: BTC will not get any lower than this. It will hover around the 430-450 USD mark, and then it's going to skyrocket again. What you all guys are ignoring is that BTC is a FINITE coin. It can have 21.000.000 only in total, and if from this amount some gets lost (people simply can't find their wallets, etc.), or "seized" by some government in a way or other, or China will ban it, and people from China will not be able to have their coins on the market the value actually HAS TO INCREASE, because bitcoin will become even more rare.
406  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Bitcoins without mining? Best Ponzi, payouts are flowing (over 1.8 BTC already) on: April 05, 2014, 04:57:36 PM
Why 3 latest deposits have long time confirmation? Undecided

Have no clue... it has nothing to do with my system, for some reason these BTC transactions are getting very slow. I t hink that the person who sent set the transaction fee to 0 and this has to do something with it.
I attach below for transparency the two transaction so there will be no missunderstanding:

https://blockchain.info/tx/287f6c8522299f0fef95c523b93bc851526867819c57dbef67ee61397c955cb9
https://blockchain.info/tx/bd24ba40dbd4cd3a0d46ca5400cb25c3477063c402eaf358530eb3377e86be25

This doesn't stop the system to operate other payouts. So if people are going to make deposits, they actually might even be handled faster. As long as a transaction is not confirmed, the system will skip it automatically, and makes the following payout. When the transaction gets confirmed, it jumps back to it.

So guys, don't stop. Let's really rock this thing!
407  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Bitcoins without mining? The BEST Ponzi you have ever seen! With GUARANTEE on: April 05, 2014, 01:15:31 PM
Things started to really roll... the number of deposits in the last hour started to increase, so guys, jump in and multiply your BTC.

408  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Bitcoins without mining? The BEST Ponzi you have ever seen! With GUARANTEE on: April 05, 2014, 11:39:25 AM
Great to know that your test was successful! Now let's bring in some more people! Smiley
409  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: [ANN] BTC Ponzi with INSURANCE - fully automated, honest and safe on: April 05, 2014, 10:56:03 AM
OK, I have increased the maximum deposit to 0.25 BTC. Maybe it's just not interesting for most of the people to play with lower amounts...
410  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] DOGE Ponzi with INSURANCE - New ROUND starts NOW on: April 05, 2014, 10:43:23 AM
From the next round I will mark the time as GMT.
The last payout date is marked also on the screen, I don't really want to put new information inside the table because it will be too crowded (will look too complicated). The meter is also I think a bad strategical move, but I will keep it anyway. I see that not a single ponzi displays it, and I think it is for some reason scary seeing that (I see other ponzis were the last 20 deposits were not paid, they don't give any guarantee, etc. but new deposits are keep coming: they don't have the bar).

On the other hand I don't know how to make people understand that the goal is to get to the maximal guarantee fund, because then the insured amount would be so high, that risk would be significantly less, and people would increase the speed of deposits (therefor the payouts too), and the system would work perfectly smooth. I guess, I am explaining this in the rules, but don't think people really read it (or I am not explaining very good).
411  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: [ANN] BTC Ponzi with INSURANCE - fully automated, honest and safe on: April 05, 2014, 10:41:35 AM
I made a deposite for test (BTC) Wink

Perfect. It works the same way as the DOGE thread, it is just a bit slower (because the confirmations for BTC are coming quite slow at this moment).

Maybe I will increase the maximal deposit limit too soon.
412  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] DOGE Ponzi with INSURANCE - New ROUND starts NOW on: April 04, 2014, 08:00:46 PM
A short introspection of how the system looks like after you have logged in. Your own deposits are marked so you can easily view them, and everything is just so amazingly transparent.
Enjoy guys! Smiley)

413  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: [ANN] BTC Ponzi with INSURANCE - fully automated, honest and safe on: April 04, 2014, 07:59:46 PM
A short introspection of how the system looks like after you have logged in. Your own deposits are marked so you can easily view them, and everything is just so amazingly transparent.
Enjoy guys! Smiley)

414  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] DOGE Ponzi with INSURANCE - New ROUND starts NOW on: April 04, 2014, 07:23:48 PM
Yeah I agree... I simply don't know how to get the news around. I have the GREATEST Ponzi system, offering UNIQUE features, like insurance, 200% bonus, guarantee fund, etc... but somehow I am stuck with the part of spreading the news in an efficient manner.

Basically the success of this system depends on the players. If they keep depositing AND posting in this thread so we get new players, it will work. If they will just deposit, without posting here every now and then, it won't really, because that's the only place to market it.
415  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: [ANN] BTC Ponzi with INSURANCE - first round started on: April 04, 2014, 07:22:10 PM
Let's take this off the ground. This Ponzi is still at the very very beginning.

Sign up now, don't miss this chance to multiply your BTC!

http://cryptoprofit.org/btc.php
416  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: [ANN] BTC Ponzi with INSURANCE - first round started on: April 04, 2014, 09:22:13 AM
I see that people are not interested in this one. Maybe I am too transparent?

Because it is not true that people are not interested in Ponzis. Look at this one for example: http://btcponzi.craym.eu/, it is such an obvious scam, even the order is changing, amounts, etc.... however only yesterday they were around 26 BTC turned around there. A system like mine with that traffic would be virtually unstopable.

So, I really don't get it...


And yes, I have another ideas... actually I have one which is TOTALLY UNIQUE, it is not necessary related to coins, but it would be hugely popular. But in order to make that I'd need around 1.7 Million USD. Smiley
417  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] DOGE Ponzi with INSURANCE - new round on: April 03, 2014, 10:06:06 PM
Guys, I have made such a big mistake: I forgot to announce the new thread! Sad

Here it is: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=555784.0

418  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Which coins would you like to be added to a Ponzi-like system? on: April 03, 2014, 09:25:31 PM
Hey guys,

I am running a website called http://cryptoprofit.org/.
It is a Ponzi like system (I am saying because is so much more than any other Ponzi you have seen before, in case you are curious just read the rules) which can be adapted to any cryptocoins basically. Right now I am thinking about adding more coins to it.

So here's the question: which coins do you think I should add?

The mostly suggested ones I will probably add, so don't be shy! Smiley
419  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: EternalBTCPonzi 121% Min/Max 1%fee 7 Days old ! 9.7 btc sent yesterday ! on: April 03, 2014, 09:05:05 PM
With a minimum deposit amount of 0.03 and a maximum of 1.7 BTC, this can only be a scam... It is a 1 to 56 ratio!!!!

I just have started my own system, that comes with a guarantee fund (so when deposits will stop then people will get back their insurance amount), a 200% last deposit bonus, and a 1 to 3.5 ratio (and many more features, a lot more transparent, a lot more safe). If you want to check it, just click my signature!

Enjoy.

attention, this guy is the scammer. it's him who have to prove us that he's for real.
he doesn't have transactions hash(proof of payments), nor dates and you have to register.
all this is weird and suspicious at least.

cointhinker, you say that BTC125 is a scammer, but i already been payed 14 times. and the proof of this is in a post in this topic. search for it and confirm for yourself.
i don't know what are you trying to pull but it's not working man

Well, I really left this topic, but you are forcing me to come back with what you have told...

So let's clear a few things:
- first of all, I am a TRUSTED member, and have a very good reputation on this forum; so calling me a scammer it's a little too much
- secondly: the reason why you need to login is NOT suspicious, it is actually making things VERY SAFE. So let me explain you why do I have a login system.
My system is built in a way that I can add ANY number of coins to it, in less than 5 minutes. What I have discovered already with the first coin I have added (LEAF), and which due to the lack of interest I disabled after two rounds, was that no matter how much you try, you can not get using raw transactions the sender's address 100% safe in every case. It happened in about 150 deposits that THREE times the system wrongly identified the sender address.

So this is why I introduced this login system, which is working exactly like Cryptsy (and this is why Cryptsy for example works the same way too, because they are situations when the sender address can not be resolved with a 100% accuracy). The login system is ONLY to make sure that EVERY PERSON has an INDIVIDUAL deposit address; also you can specify YOUR OWN wallet address, where you want to receive the payouts (as I told: JUST LIKE CRYPTSY). With this method, I think it is becoming absolutely obvious for everybody, that the problem with address identification is eliminated 100%.

- thirdly, if you have read what I just wrote above, then of course you immediately understand why there is no link to a blockchain, as every address is individual... however, I don't think that you have seen people compaining in none of my threads, that they haven't received their payouts, nor that the deposits are not showing up.

- fourthly, if you challenge me to really get into the 1 to 56 ratio problem (which I just wanted to point out, and that's all, but now you are really asking for), then here's the deal: I don't care what you are saying about how many times you were paid. It is not relevant, especially, that you might be the admin... Let me think that it is not a coincidence that the first 40 deposits are 0.03 BTC each (almost). Anyway, getting back to the point: right now you have to pay out 1.317 BTC, which you almost have... BUT then comes again a 1.10 payment, then a bit higher a 0.7, then a 1.7, and another 1.1 and so on. Now if I sum this then it will be about 4.6 BTC (only this 4 big ones) x 1.2 = 5.52 BTC to be paid out (I completely disregarded the small deposits).
Now, if people don't want to invest some ridicoulous amounts in your Ponzi (1.7 BTC), and they want to try it with the minimum, it would mean that you need at least 200 deposits just to get even with these four deposits! So, that is why this ratio is really bad... if one makes a big deposit then you need so many little ones to compensate that it will kill it.

- fifthly: if you want transparency you better start numbering your rows for example so noone can change it later... and do what I have done; I am displaying a meter which exactly shows users how much is collected from the next payout, so people have  clear image about where they play with their coins. Also, I have the date of the last payout always displayed...

- sixthly: don't compare please this system, and don't tell that my system is a scam when you are defending this one. At this ponzi, if deposits stops everybody in the last 14 rows (the last 14 depositors) will loose their money completely. It's gone... my system at least offers some protection (there is always an insured amount, which I guarantee that you will get back when deposits stops). This insured amount depends on the guarantee fund, which is also very transparently displayed on the screen; the more deposits are, the higher the guarantee fund; the higher the guarantee fund, the higher is going to be the insured amount which in case of no more deposits people will get back (distributed proportionally with the amount of their deposit).
All information is displayed very very transparently on the screen.

So guys, before you start yelling scam to me, think twice... I am off now from this topic, but I damn sure will come back if you dare to tell me with bold that I am scammer...

EDIT: I accept logical arguments, but from now on let's avoid name - calling (I will avoid also).
420  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: EternalBTCPonzi 121% Min/Max 1%fee 7 Days old ! 9.7 btc sent yesterday ! on: April 03, 2014, 07:49:50 PM
With a minimum deposit amount of 0.03 and a maximum of 1.7 BTC, this can only be a scam... It is a 1 to 56 ratio!!!!

I just have started my own system, that comes with a guarantee fund (so when deposits will stop then people will get back their insurance amount), a 200% last deposit bonus, and a 1 to 3.5 ratio (and many more features, a lot more transparent, a lot more safe). If you want to check it, just click my signature!

Enjoy.
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