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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [irregularities] Mass Network on: March 14, 2017, 07:28:44 PM
so the Mycelium CEO is a Scammer ?
Who Woulda Thunk ?

he raised 5000 btc for 5% of Myceliuem and almost a year later
no exchange to trade.

Is it confirmed that mycelium & mass network scammed its investors and run away with that much BTC?

5K BTC raised by mycelium for just 5% of that company and nothing to show up yet or no updates! These guys are pros!

This concern has been raised on reddit only once - by one single dude with low karma https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/5iq41d/mycelium_fraud/ and u believe it? Mycelium serves a noble purpose, it facilitates transition of bitcoin ecosystem from an unproven sandbox environment to a mature and hugely hyped 18 billion industry. If u havent yet purchases their shares, its time to go and throw some cash on mycelium.
Look at this faggot tryna shill me Mycelium Tokens
I know what i'm talking about i bought the ICO, disgusting...

Kuzmin is a convicted fraudster who has served jail time - http://rusnewsjournal.com/3/69588/

That was long time ago, and it was in Russia. You never know who was right and who was wrong there. Russian justice system is very questionable, and always have been.

So that is not something to base on.

However I don't really understand how Kuzmin and Kontegna could still have good reputation among Westerners, while being involved in several scam endeavors. Most probably they cannot be sued for what they did, but such actions could ruin theirs reputation, so no serious people do any business with them anymore. If they continue to ignore their investors, they (we) need to make their scams visible, and spread the word.

He was the mayor of a town founded by his father, and was jailed for misuse of public money. I'd say that's a lot to base something on. Given lots of people have just handed over what is now worth $350,000 to him AND not seen a cent back in delivery.

He was accused of using public funds for personal business, travel and such, by the competing party in the elections. He was jailed for that accusation for a few months, waiting for a trial, and when the trial came, they couldn't bring up any actual evidence, so they just fined him a few thousand dollars (like $4k or less) and let him go. The competing mayor won the subsequent election, and Kuzmin has been an anarchist ever since. Supposedly that's how electorate positions typically change hands in corrupt Russia: accuse your opponent of doing something illegal and jail them without evidence.
2  Bitcoin / Mycelium / Re: Mycelium Bitcoin Wallet on: March 08, 2017, 06:13:49 PM
No, no news yet.
3  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100 has run its course. This is the rebate thread. on: December 31, 2016, 03:32:07 AM
So I guess that's a yes to posting the private key just to see what happens?
4  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100 has run its course. This is the rebate thread. on: December 27, 2016, 04:26:39 AM
I wonder if I should reveal a long held secret about Bitcoin100... and publish the private key of the address?
5  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100 has run its course. This is the rebate thread. on: December 25, 2016, 11:40:40 PM
Transactions sent https://blockchain.info/tx/fcdbe7eb0f55a05c054bcfffce9a08e1f4151c215271c58cc2c102b72bac13b9

Unfortunately you forgot to take the fees into account. I left Roger out for the last transaction, sent here

https://blockchain.info/tx/adce19215964a36fe309ea17ddff3f61c9533f8b747fc6d26a9a2ca1683a1cfc

where I cleared out the wallet to send all the remaining funds to him. Due to lots of tiny inputs involved, that transaction ended up a bit pricy, with $2 worth of transaction fees. But from what I understand Roger is used to dealing with really high bitcoin transaction fees, so hopefully he'll be ok with it.
6  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100 has run its course. This is the rebate thread. on: December 21, 2016, 03:45:42 AM
NAME
NULL......
BTC...ADDRESS
REMIT
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_
apetersson1.012sTJ2DZPsw6dkbu6tGcW1Vd1kTs1HwGay0.368
blobbie1.01JGg7hTQ1AmYLa1ouv49eXsBSWXS8bU5bG....0.368
minorman1.219q5Vhmha8XTtYDQzrCfAJpPc8iDfkAh8P0.4416
sethsethseth....1.0
<Pending>
0.4378
Jeremy_West3.012__
<Pending>
1.108416

Transaction sent https://blockchain.info/tx/09590118fd1089a6c8b526e10accc71b14dccd03f863c4043958fef800ce5865

@Rassah: If at all humanly possible, please be available for a couple minutes on Christmas day so to remit BTC to Jason King's Unsung and The Water Project to their respective addresses which I'll post on [late] Christmas Eve. Reason: As a symbolic gesture la a Christmas gift.
ve been PM'ed, none of which have logged into this forum since the onset of this remuneration process.

I know Jason really well and keep in touch often. He's a friend who lives nearby now, and we jointly own an airplane together. Also he owes me something like $12,000. So...
7  Bitcoin / Mycelium / Re: Mycelium Bitcoin Wallet on: December 17, 2016, 03:58:50 AM
You can add a wallet from a private key, and scan an HD wallet xprov key instead of just a private key. That will allow you to add more than one HD account. But, honestly, if you want to stay safe, just shell out $15 to $30 for a Ledger hardware wallet and use that instead. Or if you have a Samsung phone, buy a Ledger Trustlet app on the Play Store, which will let you use your phone as a hardware device.

Also https://news.wallet.mycelium.com/update-for-december-more-bitcoin-buying-choices/
8  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100 has run its course. This is the rebate thread. on: December 16, 2016, 01:43:19 AM
So, last three addresses added yet? Sorry I've been away for a bit.
9  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100 has run its course. This is the rebate thread. on: November 18, 2016, 06:43:32 PM
@Rassah: Two more users have replied, neither of which requiring a verification process. Please process at your earliest convenience.

NAME
NULL
ADDRESS
REMIT
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epetroel....2.01MFoqmMkXCkqyuP8fyxxSEh5izNbeCR8ao....0.736
Boussac1.01LcLMCEeakdByXJyVBujHRtJPxTPjDud9y0.368

https://blockchain.info/tx/fd863ec4faaffa45678ccc268521952db2c9aee924bbd76dd86156868631cb11
10  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100 has run its course. This is the rebate thread. on: November 17, 2016, 04:15:22 PM
@Rassah: BTCurious is verified. I had him edit a post on his active Reddit account, then he provided me a link, whereupon I took a screenshot and saved it to my personal files in case of whatever.

NAME
NULL
ADDRESS
REMIT
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BTCurious...7.16767575...1AY4iGVFSAtFdmxvYtDTdKJwV7S3iVq9pw...2.63770468

https://blockchain.info/tx/6f89e9477dde5f47b6c257ba4637c79c8630fadb6b07415964ce9154fd0f2d5a
11  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100 has run its course. This is the rebate thread. on: November 16, 2016, 05:04:16 PM
Sent a transaction pulling my part out: https://blockchain.info/tx/1764da0a2d1891426478cb4cc501bfa7c0239e2e358f9d2a22129ddb41b0c7b1

I've pledged to give it away to someone else, and only pulled it so I know I'll be able to fulfill my pledge.
12  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100 has run its course. This is the rebate thread. on: November 14, 2016, 08:11:45 PM
Next transaction is sent https://blockchain.info/tx/09baa39ca976e6f5398ae8b0ff0bbb83f5deffc057fab17857b24bb1b166a4ce
13  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100 has run its course. This is the rebate thread. on: November 06, 2016, 05:41:26 PM
NAME
NULL
ADDRESS
REMIT
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thomkaufmann...1.013ULMdY3Rd3Ax4amphDBKeCiEsM78xTmJW0.4378
partyp0.19822391...1Gm6SNXwTAnCQsKQVd33e44sDC6F8bsTmo...0.19822391
GoWest6.01Ccz22btKWZEmccpPb2DFfx9JzWzhdbTVw2.6268
dancupid4.2041141EQGrHozsR52n7Hkdb2MLj33f5S5UdtbHZ1.8405611
clouds1.017LeJg5tVeXaDvrcJ524f9kzB2VTfyrk7Q0.4378
gnar1ta$8.01AR8gJfoZPrQD8hn8xYjnrpy8U1BaYiomW3.5024
MaxSan3.8391N8E3TGi7uY1KSUutF6AvAmw8nxmvL57aT1.6807142
DiThi1.03NEg945w55arHRFoU3SGjXRJtgje3kpQis0.4378

Next transaction of magic internet moneys sent: https://blockchain.info/tx/762dc51e2cd71cd32a03bf10236d328959681faa723ccacc31394a0a81a8a695

Regarding your find, I do not partake. And unfortunately that was the entire attendance Tongue
14  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100 has run its course. This is the rebate thread. on: November 05, 2016, 01:31:06 AM
The following abbreviated table depicting recently received users' addresses et al. was just sent to Rassah:

NAME
NULL
ADDRESS
REMIT
_
_
thomkaufmann...1.013ULMdY3Rd3Ax4amphDBKeCiEsM78xTmJW0.4378
partyp0.19822391...1Gm6SNXwTAnCQsKQVd33e44sDC6F8bsTmo...0.19822391
GoWest6.01Ccz22btKWZEmccpPb2DFfx9JzWzhdbTVw2.6268
dancupid4.2041141EQGrHozsR52n7Hkdb2MLj33f5S5UdtbHZ1.8405611
clouds1.017LeJg5tVeXaDvrcJ524f9kzB2VTfyrk7Q0.4378
gnar1ta$8.01AR8gJfoZPrQD8hn8xYjnrpy8U1BaYiomW3.5024

Just to confirm, I should send out the next transaction of those specific amounts to those specific addresses?
15  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100 has run its course. This is the rebate thread. on: November 04, 2016, 02:31:48 PM
Next transaction sent: https://blockchain.info/tx/0e76d1ed8e5ac16746b204b816f220b2f8c0df192dc4224952bdcda620d666e1

LightRider 0.39402
freequant $5,700.00 (8.105799)
16  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100 has run its course. This is the rebate thread. on: November 02, 2016, 09:01:20 PM
Hi guys. First batch went out: https://blockchain.info/tx/901736b274a8f41b3914365cb6b5c9cba6f81bd97e8fbc9e9837221635ea65cc

Bruno, update who was sent to so we don't accidentally double-send.

It was a pleasure to work with you, and to work on Bitcoin100. I apologize for letting it slide so badly after taking it over. Honestly, just tracking the funds and dealing with charities was a huge job, where every time I sat down to reconcile funds, answer new email requests, and help charities get set up, it was an 8+ hour span of work, and even one or two days of that was getting too much with my other full time jobs. I started dreading sitting down to do it, and unfortunately no one else offered to step up and take over. Being in charge of the money, I also worried about any issues of conflicts of interest, where I both choose whom to donate to, and have the money to donate. It would have been too easy for me to donate to a charity I pick which gives me a kickback in return. Not that I would consider doing such a thing, but I wanted this project to be as honest and transparent as possible, and this would muddy the waters in a way that couldn't be proven to be true or not.

Anyway, thank you Bruno for setting up the project, I have been very happy to be involved, and this is a good way to wind it down. With regards to money going my way, although I kinda need money myself, I'll probably redirect it elsewhere anyway. Plenty of people who need it more than I do (plus I can always just spend a few extra nights driving for Uber/Lyft to make up any shortfalls)
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Mycelium's "crowdsale": basically a donation, not an investment by any means on: July 02, 2016, 01:17:08 PM
So any word of exchanges or converting to B shares yet???

No word on exchanges,  but I haven't asked for progress updates in a while.
B-Shares??? We haven't even finished the new wallet yet. We can't convert to shares at least until we actually start making huge profits.

What's funny to me is that those integrations went from the wallet's main selling point and an integral part of its marketing camaign to optional addons.

Like with all your claims so far, they didn't go from one to the other either. Third party integrations went from the wallet's main selling point and an integral part of its marketing camaign... to being the wallet's main selling point and an integral part of its marketing camaign. The only difference is that it will now be much easier to have even more integrations, since integration will no longer depend entirely on us, and people will have more choice over what they want to include. Which has been the marketing campaign from the start.

But keep digging. Maybe you'll find something actually wrong to complain about eventually.

But either Rassah is lying right here, or Mycelium's team lyied when saying that they're running both R&D and practical tests on blockchains.

We have been doing R&D on colored coins, and are using them to issue tokens (practical tests), so we're not lying. We're just not doing it with a lot of blockchains, since, as I mentioned,  our primary focus is still Bitcoin. On which we're also doing plenty of R&D and practical tests.


Clearly they didn't research anything about WAVES before making them part of their marketing. Also, this whole "have others integreade with us" doesn't sound like a plan. We're already seeing how this is going with exchanges.

They're approached us with a business plan and tech idea. They asked to work with us, we said ok. Since they didn't need anything from us, we were fine with it. They might still be ok, who knows, but as I said, they don't affect us. Part of our marketing was also Glidera, which has since been integrated and works, and Colu, which already works with our tokens and is being integrated right now. And with regards to third parties wanting to be integrated, we're about to finish integrating KeepKey hardware wallet support as well. This is all just since mid May. So the plan is going just fine. Exchanges is more a Colu problem, since it's their technology that we are using that needs to be implemented, and really we can only help so much. But I'm glad you found something insignificant to harp on. If this is a major point of concern for you, we can probably arange to buy and resell your tokens for you. Just let me know how much you have and wish to sell. In the mean time, we'll keep focusing on developing useful software.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Mycelium's "crowdsale": basically a donation, not an investment by any means on: June 30, 2016, 08:33:00 PM
Note, us creating a plugin architecture is being done exactly so that others can deal with adding their own stuff (WAVES that's being questionable, Ethereum that's having problems, DASH that may become obsolete should bitcoin become anonymous enough) without us having to put any of our own resources into any of those, and so we can spend our time focusing exclusively on Bitcoin.

I'm being told CoinShuffle is nearing completion, and should be ready in July, and SegWit is close to being done as well. We are also reviewing final Keepkey code for the current wallet.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Mycelium's "crowdsale": basically a donation, not an investment by any means on: June 30, 2016, 08:29:14 PM
Are you re-investing those crowdsale BTCs ( or at least a part of them) into wallet/project development?

That's what they're specifically for.

Your website said the project is valued at around 60k BTCs including the 5k from crowdsale,  wouldn't you get more profit to develop and get that value higher than to take the crowdsale BTCs for you acting like if it was profit you took from selling 5% of your stock value?

I'm not sure what you mean. We didn't consider proceeds from the crowdsale as a profit. Just cash to use to develop the new wallet.

Why do you think this worths 60k BTCs? (sources)

That's what the valuation sale determined.

Is there any other source of profit for this company besides ads that could be put in the wallet?

We won't be putting ads into the wallet. At least we will try to avoid them. Yes, there are other sources of profits for this company. Basically what we are doing with the current wallet already, but on a much larger scale.

just to check: so there's roughly about <10000 mycelium tokens? as in total available supply?

There are a little bit over 5,000 tokens, which account to for 5% of the company. There will be more tokens when we sell more of the company  stake. Total we can't sell more than 100% of the company, or course. But this isn't anecessarily altcoin, so please don't think of it that way.

This seems serious:
http://coincidental.eu/2016/06/29/waves-is-not-ethereum-for-the-sake-of-god-dont-buy-it/

Has there been any comment from Mycelium's team yet? Given that WAVES was part of their marketing campaign, it doesn't seem like they did much (if any) research before asking for people's money for crowdfunding. Perhaps Mycelium will distant it's business from WAVES but this still goes to show that there was no clear plan for what was going to be done with funds from the crowdfunding and it more or less served as a cash injection/donation. In this case, they used WAVES just to gather up hype around their project.

WAVES approached us asking to work with us and develop support (a plugin) for our wallet. No different from other plugins, or other companies who approached us as well (most recent is DASH). We agreed, and considered using their service for some of our internal fiat stuff. But that never meant that we would spend any of the money we raised on them. Just that they said they would like to develop stuff for us, and we said would be willing to include it.

The plan for what to do with the funds has always been clear and clearly stated: To develop a new wallet that supports a plugin architecture, like a crypto finance app store built on top of a personal/business financial management suite. And even more specifically,  to use the funds to hire an Android, an iOS, and a UI developer to help get the project faster to finish.
Sorry if this wasn't clear to you specifically, but since you didn't invest and thus didn't bother to do anything beyond cursory "research" thats not surprising.

If WAVES fails to deliver on their promise, that doesn't really affect us or our plans. If they do deliver, it just gives us one more option on top of Colu, Tether, Ether, Rootstock, Omni, Counterparty...

20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Mycelium's "crowdsale": basically a donation, not an investment by any means on: June 20, 2016, 02:26:37 AM
Because it's the #1 reason we still get "Why am I not getting my tokens?!" emails
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