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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Craig Steven Wright is a liar and a fraud - Tulip Trust addresses signed message on: January 27, 2021, 10:34:10 AM

"Notable (1):

- Craig claimed that these addresses + private keys were locked in the Tulip Trust


- Coins started moving AFTER Steve Shadders created the "Shadders List" in June 2019 "

- https://twitter.com/MyLegacyKit/status/1354068680951418884


*Every single 'gotcha' piece of evidence which proves Craig to be a liar and a fraud*

CSW: "I was hacked"

2  Economy / Reputation / Re: Trust Violation Apology on: December 30, 2020, 12:15:49 AM
Take my advice QS: place the DT Trolls on ignore including via PM.  You don't need their agrovation.

It was QS that sent me the unsolicited PM to visit this thread. 
This is false, you were not sent a PM to visit this thread.

End 2020 the same way you started it - lying.

https://vodimages.s3.ca-central-1.amazonaws.com/chrome_Rl1DxucrOO.jpg


You should have an admin verify the authenticity of you receiving a PM from me with that title.

I got one too, are you saying you didn't send this pm?
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3  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: SCAM: Bitcoin SV (BSV) - fake team member and plagiarized white paper on: June 23, 2020, 11:57:27 AM
Who is trying to hold down bitcoin price?

What makes you think that is even a thing? Given the sketchy nature of the Tether money-printing machine, coupled with near-incessant wash-trading across multiple exchanges, absent any major institutional rush for bitcoin there's little reason to believe its price is being suppressed and every reason to suspect it may be somewhat inflated.

Do Calvin Ayre and CSW hold enough bitcoin

So far the only BTC Craig claims to own are in wallets controlled by other people who have cryptographically called out his bullshit, or contain stolen coins. This is a guy who has supposedly conducted multi-million-dollar business deals through trading in privkeys or letters of assignment to bitcoin which never move.

His whole shtick has been to declare ownership of things he has no proof of ever owning and trying to con the ATO out of millions of dollars in rebates for claimed R&D costs he can't prove he ever actually funded.

4  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: SCAM: Bitcoin SV (BSV) - fake team member and plagiarized white paper on: May 29, 2020, 09:18:47 AM
BSV Shitshow wanna replace the internet aka Metanet had a huge KYC leak a few days ago.

They broke the GDPR like idiots, data was public but they're going after @jimmyNLose (twitter) because he pointed out their idiocy.



BSVtards.

My take from the above - he is admitting that only 8 people could be convinced this 'Metanet' platform was both a) Worth registering their PII on and b) Secure

Staggeringly incompetent practice, though, storing customer ID documentation in a publicly-viewable WP folder. Pretty much proves those involved in setting this platform up have no idea what they're doing.

5  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: SCAM: Bitcoin SV (BSV) - fake team member and plagiarized white paper on: May 25, 2020, 03:55:26 PM
Not only did the 2009 miner wait until the definitive 'Tulip Trust' list of addresses Craig submitted as being his were made public in the court records a few days ago, they signed their 'Craig Steven Wright is a Liar and a Fraud' message on Calvin Ayre's birthday!

Absolute.Fucking.Legend.  Cheesy

6  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: SCAM: Bitcoin SV (BSV) - fake team member and plagiarized white paper on: May 07, 2020, 03:09:24 PM
Proof by anno - worth nothing

grow up ppl and gain legal quality



Proof of ammo - priceless

https://medium.com/@paintedfrog/craig-wright-plagiarized-significant-portions-of-his-phd-thesis-and-tried-to-hide-it-80cd8f01459
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Bird nests for botnets. Stunningly bad plagiarism. This guy's only talent is in conning the credulous.

Any more excuses from his fanbase is merely staggeringly wilful ignorance and wholly delusional.


7  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: SCAM: Bitcoin SV (BSV) - fake team member and plagiarized white paper on: April 04, 2020, 01:58:34 PM
on a personal note, thats neither here nor there, what really sticks in my craw is his claim he is a pastor. as one who has a deep faith, i find that he calls himself a pastor laughable and insulting.

All religious faith requires one maintain an intellectually dishonest mindset, so for Craig Wright to also be dishonest in his words and deeds is merely an extension of that position.

That the religious proclaim their piety to be evidence of their integrity is what is truly laughable and insulting. Never heard of 'lying for Jesus'? Hell, the Christian Taliban in the US have turned the falsification of America's history into an entire industry, as detailed in the excellent book by Chris Rodda: Liars for Jesus.

Back on topic, I think his ultimate aim at this point is to fudge his way through this court case, relying on perjury, forgery and the simple fact that he knows full well that none of the lawyers, on either side, want to kill this cash cow by pursuing the evidence through to the actual truth, that he is not Satoshi Nakamoto. The best result he could get is that he loses the case but the court accepts whatever excuse he's going to inevitably roll out for why he will never be able to access the 'Satoshi Stash' and ultimately awards Ira an affordable amount, low enough for Calvin to comfortably write it off, allowing for Craig and Calvin to claim the outcome proves that Craig is Satoshi.



8  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Ripple Decentralized most likely scam on: March 05, 2020, 11:18:27 AM
There is no team on the website, there is no whitepaper, there is no point to make this fork.

The only thing they have on the website - their own wallet, which safety isn't approved and most likely it will be used to steal private keys.

Agreed. Flag raised here.

9  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Fake Antminer Store - promineruk.com Review 100% Scam on: March 03, 2020, 10:35:58 AM
Just to put a few more nails in the coffin of these scammers, they also have hijacked Tim Cullen's details for these two scammy sites, too:

coindesk-mining.com and fox-launcher.com both show pretty much the same layout and have reference to Mr Cullen:

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10  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: promineruk.com Scammer ! Fraud website on: February 27, 2020, 01:37:20 PM
Yes, OP, they are a scam website.

Repost from the other promineruk.com thread:

My name is Tim Cullen.

I'm the CEO of Crypto Asset Mining LTD (promineruk.com)

Bullshit. I mean, sure, a Tim Cullen is listed as being the Director and Shareholder of Crypto Asset Mining Limited, but I'm pretty sure you're not him.

You see, Timothy Paul Cullen has a history of being appointed to quite a few companies as an accountant providing officer services to those companies:
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But when it comes to Crypto Asset Mining Limited, a company which is about to be struck off the register, there are some additional disturbing facts:
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Not only is this company purporting to be trading as 'promineruk', it is also behind the scammy 'investment' mining website 'crypto2mining'
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DO NOT VISIT THE WEBSITE OF CRYPTO2MINING - it is infected with a malware downloader:


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My theory is that Timothy Cullen has no idea about the scammy activities of the actual people behind this operation, he may not even be aware that he is appointed in the first place as there are a couple of clues which suggest his registration as the Director and Shareholder are not set up quite right (I won't divulge as it is a frequent mistake that scammers are inclined to make when doing this).

In any event, OP, I believe you are correct, promineruk.com is a scam and I have tagged their account and raised a flag accordingly.


11  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Fake Antminer Store - promineruk.com Review 100% Scam on: February 27, 2020, 01:02:41 PM
My name is Tim Cullen.

I'm the CEO of Crypto Asset Mining LTD (promineruk.com)

Bullshit. I mean, sure, a Tim Cullen is listed as being the Director and Shareholder of Crypto Asset Mining Limited, but I'm pretty sure you're not him.

You see, Timothy Paul Cullen has a history of being appointed to quite a few companies as an accountant providing officer services to those companies:
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But when it comes to Crypto Asset Mining Limited, a company which is about to be struck off the register, there are some additional disturbing facts:
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Not only is this company purporting to be trading as 'promineruk', it is also behind the scammy 'investment' mining website 'crypto2mining'
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DO NOT VISIT THE WEBSITE OF CRYPTO2MINING - it is infected with a malware downloader:


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My theory is that Timothy Cullen has no idea about the scammy activities of the actual people behind this operation, he may not even be aware that he is appointed in the first place as there are a couple of clues which suggest his registration as the Director and Shareholder are not set up quite right (I won't divulge as it is a frequent mistake that scammers are inclined to make when doing this).

In any event, OP, I believe you are correct, promineruk.com is a scam and I have tagged their account and raised a flag accordingly.

12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Buy Chrono.tech TIME on KuCoin.com! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 on: February 24, 2020, 03:28:12 PM
🇦🇺 Chrono.tech voted into Top 10 Blockchain Companies from Australia by Hackernoon 👍

Voted? You're lying, there was no vote, this is, as usual, just another paid marketing piece. The author's profile proves as much:



13  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: SCAM: Bitcoin SV (BSV) - fake team member and plagiarized white paper on: January 27, 2020, 11:08:40 AM
So what was he waiting for the bonded courier to deliver? A furniture set from Ikea? He was never getting the keys because he was never a trustee the 'Tulip Trust' is a contrived confabulation (otherwise known as a fucking lie) as 'Tulip Trading Ltd' was an 'off the shelf' company incorporated in 2011 by the corporate service company 'Abacus Offshore' (these types of firms incorporate many companies to hold as ready-made 'stock' to sell to clients at a later date), which CSW bought in 2014, after Dave Kleiman's death.
https://twitter.com/MyLegacyKit/status/1156138774864306176
Just to clarify.

14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [BOUNTY] Nexxus Rewards - global rewards community [LISTED COIN] $411k cap 💰 on: January 10, 2020, 11:06:38 AM

PSA WARNING !!!

This project has been

proven to be fraudulent

DO NOT PROMOTE OR YOU

WILL BE MARKED WITH NEGATIVE

TRUST FOR PROMOTING A SCAM



Details of scam can be found in this thread.
15  Economy / Reputation / Re: Balthazar's trust on: December 18, 2019, 01:08:50 PM
The problem I have with this statement is that there is no evidence to support the claim that Balthazar did not help to create the exchange...
Like I have said two years before, the problem I have with this statement is that there is no evidence to support the claim that cryptodevil did not rape children.
That would be the same "higly-likely" story which is full of "would be"'s.  Presumption of innocence or factual evidence? No, never heard of.  Cheesy #cryptodevil #metoo.

There is every reason to believe that, while BTC-e may not have been your brainchild, you were very much connected to it on multiple levels. Whereas your puerile attempt to dismiss such by way of false equivalence lacks both evidence and reasoning.

1. Your mining pool's launch and BTC-e's launch occur within a couple of weeks of each other, along with your mining pool being an official partner of BTC-e
2. You already admitted that you provided technical consultanting to BTC-e
3. You asserted in this article that the founder of BTC-e, Alexey, was your friend
4. You were a moderator at BTC-e
5. You launched your own PoW/PoS coin, heavily instamined it and had it listed at BTC-e within days on an exchange which was known to be particularly difficult to get coins listed on

...every reason to believe that he was, indeed, technically involved with it from its inception in 2011



16  Economy / Reputation / Re: Balthazar's trust on: December 16, 2019, 11:08:17 AM
I'm always willing to review historic trust ratings, albeit in this instance I would clarify that I did not accuse Balthazar of fraud, I asserted that his connection to BTC-e rendered him untrustworthy in my opinion. Frankly, given the points I raised in dm with Veleor, even if I were to revisit this rating as it stands I would likely only modify the BTC-e relationship text to that below as well as raising the issue of the sketchy nature of Balthazar's Novacoin launch and listing on BTC-e:

...However, BTC-e is not his creation, Demidov only collaborated with the platform...
The problem I have with this statement is that there is no evidence to support the claim that Balthazar did not help to create the exchange and every reason to believe that he was, indeed, technically involved with it from its inception in 2011:

His mining pool in 2011 was an official partner of BTC-e, and he served as a moderator in the exchange chat
Nobody becomes an 'official partner' to a Russian exchange in a casual way, he would have had to have been very much connected to its founders and its founding for them to not only assert his mining pool as a business partner, along with his acting as a moderator within the chatbox, but to also have agreed to list his Novacoin on the exchange shortly after he released it, a coin which was found to have been heavily insta-mined (actually the initial charge was a pre-mine but Balthazar eventually admitted that it was an insta-mine:

These coins were mined between 9 February, 1:00 am (client release) and 10 February, ~15:00 pm (official release of NVC/BTC trading pair at the BTC-e exchange).

Let's not forget, it was an insta-mine conducted with the full knowledge and timing of the fact this brand-new coin was to be listed almost immediately on BTC-e, an exchange which repeatedly refused to list other coins:

Shortly after the launch of Novacoin it opened up for trading on the popular trading platform BTC-e. Many claimed that BTC-e or users on BTC-e were keeping the price artificially high as it was quickly trading at an exchange rate greater than any other alternate crypto-currency. What’s more is that BTC-e had rejected requests to trade other alternate coins which had a longer history and presumably a stronger user base.

Back in 2012, he participated in the election of moderators.

Be honest, that doesn't stand for anything in terms of supporting your claim towards his innocence.

Therefore, I believe that the charge of fraud against him should have irrefutable proof

Well my trust rating doesn't actually charge him with fraud, it merely asserts that his connection to the exchange leads me to conclude that he is not trustworthy:
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This user is the representative for and possibly the creator of the cryptocurrency exchange BTC-E.com
He certainly was a representative of BTC-e, by way of his deep involvement with it as I have explained and I have used the word 'possibly' to caution that he may have also been involved in its creation, be that by way of his self-professed position as technical 'consultant' or otherwise.

Frankly, while there could be an argument to be made against the trust rating I gave him, it would only be that I'd probably re-word it to focus solely on the facts related to his known involvement with BTC-e and the shady launch of his own cryptocurrency, which would still leave me of the opinion that he is not trustworthy.

Unless you have evidence to the contrary I would struggle to justify removing a negative rating entirely.


17  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Yo Theymos! DT2 members are liars and abuse their powers. on: November 18, 2019, 11:59:32 AM
He in my opinion was innocent as well, I was only a developer for the company for roughly 6 months.

So which part of the following 'Hashlet' bullshit makes Homero, or you, innocent?



^^^ None of these things were actual physical miners, they were literally just png's with clicky 'boost' options with rocket icons on the web interface for them that did nothing but make the customer believe they were mining crypto instead of being, as was the truth, merely the false front-end of a multi-million-dollar ponzi.

But you knew that.


18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [BOUNTY] Nexxus Rewards - global rewards community [LISTED COIN] $411k cap 💰 on: November 18, 2019, 11:46:44 AM
PSA WARNING !!!

This project has been

proven to be fraudulent

DO NOT PROMOTE OR YOU

WILL BE MARKED WITH NEGATIVE

TRUST FOR PROMOTING A SCAM



Details of scam can be found in this thread.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [BOUNTY] Nexxus Rewards - global rewards community [LISTED COIN] $411k cap 💰 on: November 09, 2019, 03:44:04 PM
PSA WARNING !!!

This project has been

proven to be fraudulent

DO NOT PROMOTE OR YOU

WILL BE MARKED WITH NEGATIVE

TRUST FOR PROMOTING A SCAM



Details of scam can be found in this thread.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [BOUNTY] Nexxus Rewards - global rewards community [LISTED COIN] $411k cap 💰 on: October 25, 2019, 11:02:01 AM
If you are aware of something here that is illegal or fraudulent please let us know so we can address it immediately.

-- Thanks
-- Bob Wood
    

I have already pointed out that your 'guaranteed 500% ROI' claim is fraudulent, Bob. Stop pretending like you don't know this.

I have provided a video of myself being interviewed by BTC TV...In your haste to prevent scammers you have damaged a legitimate company that is trying to take cryptocurrency to the mainstream public to empower them to take back control of the money and their financial systems.

No, what you've provided is a video of you illegally offering a security with a claimed profit guarantee that you cannot possibly deliver:

"we're offering the nexxustokens, NXR, for 20c a token, but we're also guaranteeing along with the tokens the purchasers receive a buyback option for $1 per token, so its a guaranteed 500% return on investment"


This absolutely makes your IEO/ICO a scam through fraudulent misrepresentation.

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