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3681  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: CRYPTOSTOCKS.COM HACKED, NONE OF YOUR STUFF IS SAFE!!!!!!!!! on: March 05, 2014, 09:29:37 AM
Oh. My. God.!!!!1!111!!!!!

I just logged on to my Cryptostocks account and . . .

and . . .

my SBFS shares are still there!!!111!!!!!1! Why?!!!!!! Why?!!!!!!You promised that none of our stuff was safe. You promised.

Damn you all, damn you all to heck!

Now I have to carry on knowing that little piece of my ass is still sitting there on that plate, mocking me, mocking my noobish decision to jump in before properly researching those scumbags at Scharmbeck and their insider cohorts responsible for promoting their scammy 'prize' offer.

The horror.
The horror.

3682  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Auroracoin - 7th Marketcap Altcoin on: February 27, 2014, 11:02:36 AM
Quote from: El Dude
premined crap
Well thanks for your valuable contribution to the discussion.

For those who have actually got something worthwhile to contribute to this conversation, whilst I have absolutely no connection to this coin whatsoever, I would like to highlight that one of its biggest plus points, as far as the residents of Iceland are concerned, is that it would allow for financial transactions outside the current, restrictive, capital controls.

Properly implemented, this coin could potentially serve as one of the most disruptive financial technologies ever. Whilst Bitcoin et al. are constantly trying to encourage global adoption and use of the technology, an altcoin specifically applicable to a small country with Iceland's financial issues, could be incredibly powerful a demonstration of cryptocurrency's capabilities.

With that in mind, however, I would still be somewhat reluctant to assert only positive an outcome as the predicted result.



3683  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Why Doge coin is bad on: February 14, 2014, 01:33:24 PM
i will scream I TOLD YOU SO in your faces endlessly every chance i get.. ask around i have done it before

Well aren't you Big Billy Bad-Ass! You must be the life and soul of the party scene, amirite?

Don't worry, we won't bother asking around, some of us have better things to do than spend our days posting questions about whether a douche-canoe has behaved like a douche-canoe in the past too.

L&K


3684  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Lottocoin on CNN, BUY NOW!!! on: February 13, 2014, 01:30:53 PM
No it is not 'On CNN', it is a self-penned IReport and a badly written one at that.

Shame on you for trying to scam noobs into panic-buying. Angry
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