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201  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine on: September 26, 2017, 07:05:20 AM

I really don't want to argue with you, but you are getting it wrong.

Bootstrap framework provide a simple template. Then you have to code the backend and the logic.

https://startbootstrap.com/template-categories/all/

That's misinformation. Don't be a dunning-kruger on that topic please.



I understand that, but there is only so much complex information these noobs can understand so I am trying to limit it to the simplest examples of where they themselves can see they are being lied to by this 'dev team'.

The web 'services' are not new tech, they've been around for years now and this project is not offering anything different from every other copy-pasta 'feature' that has gone before.

202  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine on: September 26, 2017, 06:58:00 AM
Then why does it have copy-paste code? Why would it have an address format of another coin?


It does not have copy-paste code, this is what you claim. This uses a new algorithm.

Setting a different PoW algorithm in a clonecoin is no different to setting the block-time or money supply or reward, or any of the other variables which define a coin. It is just a section of the coin-code where you set these particular attributes.

It does NOT require ANY innovative or unique coding, that is why there are so many clonecoins with different variables which are all based on the same coin-code. As I said, given that Signatum is a PoW/PoS codebase and has a leading 'B' for its address, I'm going with it being a clone of 'Blackoin'.

Speaking of 'unique tech', I have taken a quick look at the Signatum website where they make this rather bold claim towards their 'technology':
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Except, of course, the marketplace isn't their technology at all. As I said, it is merely a copy-paste of a basic UI you can download and skin yourself:
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Stick your logo in the section marked and off you go.

As I said, the 'dev team' isn't developing anything, they are just fobbing you off on cheap copy-pasta wallets and web 'services'.

203  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine on: September 25, 2017, 04:28:02 PM
BTW, just as proof that this 'dev team' isn't even developing this coin and are merely copy-pasting this useless clonecoin's code


Completely false accusation. This is not a copy paste coin

Then why does it have copy-paste code? Why would it have an address format of another coin?

See the top address with 13.3 million coins at address B8Zkn2SfqQKE4uNJJfmuJNXgwak5NrwSW5 ?

The number of coins isn't the issue, the issue is that the addresses for this coin lead with an upper-case 'B' and not an 'S'. They couldn't even be bothered to change the address formatting to at least lead with the same letter as the name they gave this coin. That is how lazy these scammers are and how this coin is solely aimed at naive newbies who don't know any better.


It does not matter what the address starts with. B refers to Blockchain address.

LOL, sure it does, kiddo. And Litecoin's leading 'L' in its addresses stands for?

Look, there's a reason a coin is normally coded with a distinctive leading character and it is quite simple. If you copy an address from, say, a Blackcoin wallet, which is probably the basis for this coin's code as it is found on many clonecoins, and then accidentally paste it into a Signatum wallet and send coins to it, thinking it is a Signatum address, you'll lose those coins and they won't be received by anybody because they have been sent to an address derived from the Blackcoin blockchain, not the Signatum one.

If, however, Signatum had a leading 'S' or 's' then the send you would be trying to make with a leading 'B' address would fail and you would not lose your coins.

That is only an example of why you would look to use lesser-used leading characters in a wallet and, more importantly, it also proves beyond reasonable doubt that Signatum is absolutely a clonecoin because no developer would choose a leading 'B' this late in the industry as it is already used on so many other coins.

As I said, this 'dev team' couldn't be bothered to even change that bit of code from the wallet they copy-pasted from.


204  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine on: September 25, 2017, 10:55:26 AM
and so why most of the coins are not in top 100 adress? and only me i know personal know 5 people in that top of 100 and aren't dev.,..

Well firstly the scammer's coins are going to be in exchange addresses, not desktop wallet addresses and, secondly, the whole point is to convince newbies to buy and hold the coin as long as they can, so of course some of those accounts will unfortunately be those newbies hoarding the coin, thinking it will make them rich eventually. BTW, I'd also suggest there's probably a good case to consider that these 'dev team created' 'explorer' pages may well be omitting the dev team's coin addresses:
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It is very unusual for there to be such a large proportion of a coin's issued supply to be outside of the top 100 addresses for such a short-lived coin.

BTW, just as proof that this 'dev team' isn't even developing this coin and are merely copy-pasting this useless clonecoin's code:

See the top address with 13.3 million coins at address B8Zkn2SfqQKE4uNJJfmuJNXgwak5NrwSW5 ?

The number of coins isn't the issue, the issue is that the addresses for this coin lead with an upper-case 'B' and not an 'S'. They couldn't even be bothered to change the address formatting to at least lead with the same letter as the name they gave this coin. That is how lazy these scammers are and how this coin is solely aimed at naive newbies who don't know any better.

205  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine on: September 25, 2017, 10:05:48 AM
so why create a new algo or combo of existent algo??
To make it seem like a valuable feature of this coin's 'tech'. The truth is they simply copy-paste the code from another coin and change a few elements of it like the PoW algorithm and hype it as being 'innovative'.

so why new coin use this algo?
Why not when they just have to copy and paste the same code and also pretend like they are 'innovative'? When one clonecoin comes out with a 'feature' that seems to attract newbies into believing it is important, then other scam clonecoins will be launched with it, too.

why nice hash add this algo? why what to mine report this algo in home page?
Business is business in any industry and if people want to pay bitcoin to mine that algorithm then it will be added. As for 'what to mine', I assume they simply report on which coin is currently showing the most profitable returns on mining, which is just calculated through the block reward, difficulty and market price. If the market price is being artificially inflated, which it is, then it will look like a great coin to mine.

The scammer 'devs' are all miners, by the way. Their accounts all show activity in mining threads as well as this and, in some cases, some other scam clonecoins. So they can mine the crap out of the coin at the beginning when difficulty is low and then put their rigs on to Nicehash and get paid directly in bitcoin from the people who think there's profit to be made in mining this coin when they've stirred up enough interest through their hype and fake trading volume.

why no premine? if you want create a dump pump you can use all coin in the market and play with the trade like a bot.. so why all this work?
ok maybe for create a more real lie?
You have just answered your own question. Yes, they promote their coin as having no 'premine' because newbies think that makes it more legitimate a project, but I have just explained that the 'dev team' scammers are miners themselves, so they had more than enough time to mine this coin and build up a large stock for themselves in order to sell on to gullible newbie 'investors'. With both trading and rig-rental through services like Nicehash, they've got plenty of ways to make money from the fake hype.

ok but why create a rasberry pi? why update wallet? don't have sense...  
Much of the 'dev' work they are doing is merely talk about what they are going to do, in order to keep hyping, another is that by seeming to be working on the wallet they can keep pretending like they are really 'working' on the wallet when all they are doing is copy-pasting code.

With the amount of bitcoin they can earn from selling their bags of mined SIGT and/or renting their mining rigs on Nicehash, it is only a tiny cost to them to buy some white-label 'WebWallet' and 'Marketplace' code scripts and stick a logo on them to keep up the pretense of developing this coin 'project'.

There are hundreds and hundreds of similar copy-paste clone altcoins and the vast majority of them are exactly the same pump and dump scheme. A few may have genuine dev teams trying to make something commercial work in the longer term, but those coins won't be being hyped with fake sock-puppet shill accounts and fake trading volume.

206  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine on: September 25, 2017, 09:09:20 AM
it's not really true...
if i m bot and buy 2 btc of sigt from my bot friend  .. volume increase of 2 btc but
if my friend bot sell 2 btc the volume drecrease of 2 btc..
so or this bot like to play at this game all day, and that means the scam you proclaim don't work or you are not right

Wow. Just. Wow.

That is a stunning display of ignorance. Truly stunning.

If A sells 1BTC worth of SIGT to B and then B sells those 1BTC worth of SIGT to A then the trading 'volume' will show two trades with a total value of 2BTC.

I don't think I can make this any simpler to understand.



yuo right..
so this "scam" it losing all in fee? if as you say the volume is fake?

No this scam is not losing their money in fees, because in amongst the 30+ bitcoin in fake hand-to-hand bot trades will be some newbies actually believing the lies promoted by the scammers and buying some of those coins thinking it will 'moon' and make them rich. The coins they are buying will be coming from the people operating the trading bots. The trading bots keep the coin price artificially high so that they can offload their bags to newbie buyers at the highest price possible.

As well as simply being able to fake daily volume and trading activity, in order to con people into believing it is a legit coin, the scammers routinely will attempt to profit from faking a sudden surge in interest off the back of false 'industry interest' posts and talk of how the switch to PoS will result in an increase in price, with plenty of sock-puppet posts pretending to be users voicing their excitement at such 'news'.

Invariably the pump is short-lived, with any price increase on the market allowing them to offload more SIGT in return for BTC and, when the price drops back down, they can choose where to set the 'bottom' for their bots and, in some cases, will buy some more SIGT at the lower price with the intention of selling them off again on the next fake pump.

When the 'dev team' controls what you 'know' about this coin and what you believe it to be, they can keep this charade going for as long as they want until, eventually, as *will* happen, the newbies stop buying their constant lies and hype and start trying to sell off their own coins, causing a final crash in the price as the scammers switch the bots off and exit out of the market through dumping whatever they can on to it.

Then they will move on to hyping another 'innovative' clonecoin under new forum accounts and repeat the whole thing again.


That is the scam. That is what pump-and-dump means.
207  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine on: September 25, 2017, 08:27:12 AM
it's not really true...
if i m bot and buy 2 btc of sigt from my bot friend  .. volume increase of 2 btc but
if my friend bot sell 2 btc the volume drecrease of 2 btc..
so or this bot like to play at this game all day, and that means the scam you proclaim don't work or you are not right

Wow. Just. Wow.

That is a stunning display of ignorance. Truly stunning.

If A sells 1BTC worth of SIGT to B and then B sells those 1BTC worth of SIGT to A then the trading 'volume' will show two trades with a total value of 2BTC.

I don't think I can make this any simpler to understand.

208  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine on: September 25, 2017, 07:50:55 AM
oh lookie, cryptodevil has so many friends and people that enjoy his advice and help he gets lost of bitcoin donations sent to his public address..  

http://bitcoinwhoswho.com/address/1NUofxuC3XsRdENV1sx5MJENAuBXLYRz45



Now why would you lie so clumsily by posting something instantly refuted merely by clicking on it?

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It is almost as if you are desperately trying to discredit me to an unthinking audience in the absence of any objective reasoning or evidence.

Whereas I, however, have clearly explained the objective reasoning and evidence of pump-posts, false 'hype' and fake trading volume demonstrating that this coin project is just another clonecoin pump-and-dump scam being perpetrated against FOMO-suffering newbies by multiple sock-puppet accounts controlled by the scammers.

See, there's the difference between our argument positions.

BTW, to all concerned about the trading value of this coin:
Quote from: mystere_miner
there seems to be some serous bot manipulation there, so while not fake volume.. its still real volume, but its manipulated volume.

bots selling and buying at the same prices, over and over again.

You fail to understand what trading 'volume' actually is. If these were legitimate trades being made between multiple interested parties, resulting in 30+BTC of volume each day, then that would mean there was sufficient liquidity to cover most instances of large sells without crashing the market.

This trading, however, being only hand-to-hand bot trading, means that 30+BTC of 'volume' is not actually volume at all. For example, if a bot holds only, say, two bitcoin and uses that through the day to make multiple small trades back and forth between two bot-controlled accounts, the 'volume' would reflect the total amount of bitcoin 'traded' (30+BTC), but that would not equate to liquidity, it would merely be those 2 bitcoin being passed from one bot to another and back again in small amounts. This means there is very little liquidity on the market.

The rage posts in response to these facts being raised are predominantly from the scammer sock-puppet accounts themselves, couple with the odd newbie fanbois who simply doesn't want to accept that he's being scammed. But the facts speak for themselves. All through this thread are multiple posts constantly making reference to how major cryptocurrency whales are interested in this coin, yet it lacks absolutely ANYTHING of note whatsoever in tech or commercial value.

So for all this accusations of these facts being nothing but FUD and me wanting to buycheapcoinznomnomnom, it is simply the scammers repeating the same tired old tactics of using fallacies and lies to keep fooling you out of your bitcoin.

209  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine on: September 23, 2017, 03:10:36 PM
I can't get what's going on. So much RED large letters in SIGT theme. But there is no useful info.
Signatum is only 2 month old coin with enough new hashing algo. I think it at least 6-8 month investment and I see NO scam indicator of SIGT.

As I already pointed out, it is a mere 100-day PoW, it didn't need a new hashing algo with 'ASIC resistance', that's only relevant for pure PoW coins.

So this coin has nothing of note going for it whatsoever and plenty of highly-questionably behaviour by its 'dev team' in how they are promoting it as 'innovative' to crypto newbies who don't know any better.

'Marketplace' and 'Webwallet' are simply white-label code packs you can buy cheaply and stick your own logo on. They haven't 'developed' anything. You are all being conned and this bullshit 'masternodes' talk for when it switches to PoS is just another way to get you to buy and hold this useless coin while they offload what they already mined and manipulated through the fake trading volume.

BTW, pointing out that the majority of altcoins are just as bad is no excuse for this clonecoin scam and, likewise, complaining that I'm not exposing them right now is not a rebuttal either.
210  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine on: September 23, 2017, 02:55:52 PM
PSA WARNING!

Be advised that this coin project has been exposed

as nothing more than the usual pump-and-dump clone-coin

scam, with fake trading volume on YoBit and frequent

forum posts containing false claims about commercial interest

in it, even though it lacks any useful tech or innovation.


Avoid at all costs.


Scam accusation thread with details here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2198496.new#new

[Update]
Now including details of the scam dev team's intentions to purchase a forum account dated prior to the launch of their clonecoin, for which there can be no honest purpose to such a requirement:
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Update with a reference example of the type of sock-puppet shill account operated by the scammers all through this thread to pump the coin:
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C'mon guys.. sell sell sell, let me keep getting these cheap coins and return a huge profit Cheesy
Just funny how ppl get scared and sell out cheap Cheesy  more for us I guess >.<

It actually looks like some ppl is artificially trying to dump the prices by inputting smaller and smaller sales orders to dump the prices and get ppl scared to the sell at these cheap prices. I'm not complaining Cheesy

Hehehe, Believe me mate.. If I had more money to invest at the moment I would definitely buy more coins. it will skyrocket pretty within very short time.
It won't be this low for long thou Smiley
Just look at the graphs, the price of the coin shows every sign to flatten out and then swing back up now.

The spiraling downward price was caused of false rumors and people dumping, The price will be at least double within very short time.





What is this stuff?

Evidence of the type of sock-puppet shill accounts used by the scammers all through this thread to hype and pump the coin. This one was only used for 12 hours yet made a series of posts encouraging people to buy the coin in the belief it was about to moon. Typical pump-and-dump market manipulation scam tactic.
211  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [PUMP AND DUMP] Signatum is just another clonecoin scam targeting naive noobs on: September 23, 2017, 02:52:27 PM
It would not surprise me if Signatum is from the same copy coin cloner:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1966967.0

It wouldn't surprise me either. Many of the shill accounts on that thread have similar 'tastes' in clonecoins it seems. Although some of their sock-puppetry is a bit lazy, take a look at this account created solely to create a raft of pump posts in a period of only 12 hours:
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C'mon guys.. sell sell sell, let me keep getting these cheap coins and return a huge profit Cheesy
Just funny how ppl get scared and sell out cheap Cheesy  more for us I guess >.<

It actually looks like some ppl is artificially trying to dump the prices by inputting smaller and smaller sales orders to dump the prices and get ppl scared to the sell at these cheap prices. I'm not complaining Cheesy

Hehehe, Believe me mate.. If I had more money to invest at the moment I would definitely buy more coins. it will skyrocket pretty within very short time.
It won't be this low for long thou Smiley
Just look at the graphs, the price of the coin shows every sign to flatten out and then swing back up now.

The spiraling downward price was caused of false rumors and people dumping, The price will be at least double within very short time.

212  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [PUMP AND DUMP] Signatum is just another clonecoin scam targeting naive noobs on: September 23, 2017, 08:19:22 AM
As I've written in the thread, you should summarize a list of account that need to be tagged.

Yeah I might do that at some point but at this time I'm trying to get a feel for which accounts are definitely sock-puppets and which are just gullible newbie fanbois suffering from 'sunk-cost' fallacy. So I tend to tag a bunch I have good reason to suspect are the scammer accounts and then can usually gauge from the subsequent behaviour whether they are.

It is clear that Signatum is merely their current scam-of-choice, as there are obvious connections to some other clonecoin scams they are involved in, such as 'Virta Unique Coin' and 'Altcommunity', which appear to have been left on hold while they play this one out for all they can get.

I'm also seeing suggestions of involvement with something called 'chaincoin' and a couple of others but, frankly, there are so many that at some point you just have to accept the limitations of what can actually be done to stop it and focus mostly on alerting newbies to the facts. I do remember during 2015 when a plethora of ridiculously-named coins were coming out, like 'Gorilla Bucks' with ticker names like 'NANAS', and thinking at the time that the scammers were simply taking the piss at that point and weren't even bothering to create credible-sounding projects.

213  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: GAW / Josh Garza discussion Paycoin XPY xpy.io ION ionomy. ALWAYS MAKE MONEY :) on: September 23, 2017, 07:56:21 AM
It amazes me there are still people trading XPY.

I don't get it.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/paycoin2/

Newbies trade all sorts of weird shit. I remember logging onto cryptsy back in the day (Like day 1?) and have it "Pick a portfoliio" for me... what a fail that was.. then I learned fast... Cheesy



IKR? Someone pulled me in to a thread to take a look at one of these recent clonecoin scams and it has all the usual routines of talking up some vague hand-wavy 'innovative' tech and a plethora of aggressive sock-puppet shill accounts with, of course, 'inside info' of big industry names being totes definitely interested in investing in it Soon™ so buynownomnomnom, coupled with an absurdly-obvious faked trading volume to 'prove' just how legit a project it is.

I hadn't been keeping up with clonecoins, what with ICOs being the new go-to for "here's your worthless token, thanks for all the bitcoin and ether!" scams, but newbies are still lapping that old-school copy-pasta shit up!

Another Garza-esque large-scale scam popping up in a rinse-and-repeat wouldn't surprise me at all.

FOMO is one hell of a drug.
214  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine on: September 23, 2017, 07:21:46 AM

PSA WARNING!

Be advised that this coin project has been exposed

as nothing more than the usual pump-and-dump clone-coin

scam, with fake trading volume on YoBit and frequent

forum posts containing false claims about commercial interest

in it, even though it lacks any useful tech or innovation.


Avoid at all costs.


Scam accusation thread with details here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2198496.new#new

[Update]
Now including details of the scam dev team's intentions to purchase a forum account dated prior to the launch of their clonecoin, for which there can be no honest purpose to such a requirement:
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1909415.0

Not quite convising coming from you (who arguably is more sketchy than the coin itself) tbh.

LMAO, yeah do please keep posting references to ponzi scams which were started up in my name by butt-hurt scammers. Maybe the spittle-flecked rage around here being demonstrated by the scammer sock-puppet accounts over their clonecoin fraud being exposed will result in them hunting down whoever is behind those services.

I'll grab my popcorn.

215  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine on: September 23, 2017, 06:50:23 AM
PSA WARNING!

Be advised that this coin project has been exposed

as nothing more than the usual pump-and-dump clone-coin

scam, with fake trading volume on YoBit and frequent

forum posts containing false claims about commercial interest

in it, even though it lacks any useful tech or innovation.


Avoid at all costs.


Scam accusation thread with details here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2198496.new#new

[Update]
Now including details of the scam dev team's intentions to purchase a forum account dated prior to the launch of their clonecoin, for which there can be no honest purpose to such a requirement:
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lol get outta here you troll

Sure, because a troll provides evidence and reasoning as to why this clonecoin is an obvious scam preying on the gullible and misinformed.

This project, just like 'Virta Unique Coin' and 'Altcommunity' is merely a copy-pasta clonecoin with white-label 'marketplace' and 'webwallet' code with a new logo stuck on it. They are all being run by the same group of scumbags who want to defraud people of their bitcoin through pretending like they are legitimate cryptocurrency projects of substance and scope.


216  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [PUMP AND DUMP] Signatum is just another clonecoin scam targeting naive noobs on: September 22, 2017, 09:14:19 AM
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1909415.0  you are the real scammer fucking cunt

Have a look at the OP's trust you muppet.



just you with another account

So I negatively rated another account TWICE for posting ponzi threads and it has one in my name, so it must be my account?

Because, as I already pointed out, it is absolutely impossible for anyone other than me to register a domain or social media account with this username, right?

Muppet.
217  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Signatum - New Algorithm - Fair Launch - No Premine on: September 22, 2017, 09:10:43 AM
People recently saying it is a scam/bad coin etc. But can anyone explain why the price went from 2cent to around 3-4 cent recently? I would think all this scam talk suggestion would push the coin south.

Which part of "the coin market for this coin is being manipulated by the scammers" confuses you?

It is what a pump-and-dump scam is.

218  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [PUMP AND DUMP] Signatum is just another clonecoin scam targeting naive noobs on: September 22, 2017, 09:07:21 AM
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1909415.0   you are the real scammer fucking cunt

Have a look at the OP's trust you muppet.

219  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [PUMP AND DUMP] Signatum is just another clonecoin scam targeting naive noobs on: September 22, 2017, 09:06:12 AM
its your personal opinion without any facts, Signatum has a pretty huge community and its still growing.

with all you spamposts you only make yourself more ridiculous


Naive newbie or scammer account? Because you also appear to be into that other bullshit coin the SIGT scammers promoted on their cryptovore.com website:

Dear Friends,

First of all apology  for delay in reply as every team member is very busy and we couldnt spare time to respond you. We have decided to finish every part of development before time.

Good news, We are very close to finish up the things and update as and when the final testing is over.

There are Little changes in the project therefore the publication of white paper has not been released yet.  


We are coming with a very big announcement of Virta Unique Coin, This is going to create new benchmarks in the Crypto Currency world.

The investors who have shown their faith on our project and holds VUC will enjoy the big profit very soon. We personally recommend not to sell VUC  for next 6 months. This is going to be very huge in fact beyond imagination.

Stay tuned....




sounds great, any sneak preview?

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220  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [PUMP AND DUMP] Signatum is just another clonecoin scam targeting naive noobs on: September 22, 2017, 08:55:35 AM
You dont know anything about coin, you didnt even know about existing of sigt before it was listed on yobit. 95% of all coins is pump and dump for profit - what is wrong with it Huh

Admitting they are pump-and-dump scams is not justification for them.

The rest of your 'facts' are utter bollocks, that is why I didn't bother answering to them.
1. All the people, who mine signatum from the begining knows, that DEV team dont use bitcointalk at all. They are all in the discord and telegramm. The information in the 1st post is old and dev doesnt care.
Doesn't change the fact of the project being a pump-and-dump scam with fake 'industry interest' and fake exchange volume for a coin with zero technical value promoting itself as 'innovative'.

2. 43 btc is a shitty low volume for sigt. Signatum got 800btc for 1 day and about 100-150 btc for a week. Of cause, this volume was made by speculations and bots - but this is how big exchanges works to make profit, there is nothing about coin itslef. All the "fake" volume in the exhanges is about exhanges itself or professional traders woth a much numbers of trading bot.
So you admit the trading volume is fake but think that's perfectly fine because...reasons.

It's still fraudulent misrepresentation for financial gain.

3. You are speaking something about 100day pow and asic-resistance, but the real asic-resistance is a Skunk algo actually, one more fail from your side. It's resistance cs of combining 4 different algos together.
It doesn't matter if it is combining 1000 algos together, 'ASIC resistance' in a 'new algo combination' for a 100-day PoW is irrelevant when there are already plenty of algorithms available to use for which ASICs do not exist. There is NO VALUE to this 'feature'. What is so hard to understand?

4. It could be a scam, if dev team got any premine, while they dont. Research the first 1k blocks history of transaction and you will admit it.

The devs mined the shit out of this coin and set about creating fake volume and fake forum posts pretending there was real industry interest in this coin. That is the scam, selling their bags of shitcoin for bitcoin! Nobody with half a brain in this industry would consider this 'innovative' coin to have any innovation of value whatsoever, they are lying to you!

5. Signatum have no purpose ? Another lie. Sigt got marketplace, willl have a masternodes, will have a signatum pay. Dev team stick to the road map.
FFS man, do some research! Every other clone-a-coin scam buys white-label marketplace and web-wallet code that they simply stick their logo on! It costs next to nothing to do and is not evidence of utility in any way whatsoever. As for 'masternodes', they are simply another way for the market-manipulating 'devs' to con you all into buying coins from them, or hodling the ones you have mined instead of selling them, in the hope you'll get a 'masternode' of some future-value for a coin which lacks ANY value.


You are being conned, grow up and accept it.

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