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1  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: BTC-E Scam on: June 29, 2013, 05:11:05 PM
Where is the logic in that?
I deposit BTC, buy LTC and try to withdraw it... How is fraud even possible and if it is, what does waiting 3 days expect to accomplish?

The 3 day wait is to prevent fraud.
2  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: BTC-E Scam on: June 29, 2013, 05:05:13 PM
#1 My account is 3 days old now.
#2 It says very clearly on the site "Instant deposit/withdrawal all coin"

Why would I want to wait three days? Nowhere on the site did it say I would be blocked from accessing my own funds, and if it did say that there's no way in hell I would have used it.


The other day I bought 150 LTC on btc-e to make a purchase... It says clearly on their site that they have instant deposit/withdrawl for all coins.
I try to pull my LTC out and it says I must wait 3 days.
So why not just wait 3 days?
3  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: BTC-E Scam on: June 29, 2013, 03:37:43 PM
Yes, even if they give it back to me RIGHT NOW, it will still have cause me a ton of problems.
I bought these LTC to purchase something, which I was not able to do in time.
This site has cost me an important purchase, it clearly says that deposit/withdraw is instant.
Support doesn't answer my emails, and when I asked about the admins whereabouts in the trollbox I got banned instantly.
Looks pretty scammish to me.

You will probably just need to wait then, maybe a day more to get new permissions activated.

Ps: I can understand you frustration but don't worry it's not a scam site (atleast not till now), so you will get your money back.
4  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: BTC-E Scam on: June 29, 2013, 03:07:29 PM
I would certainly take you up on this, as it would be a great help to actually receive my funds.
But they won't let me make a code either, it says the same thing.

It says very clearly on their site Instant deposit/withdrawal all coin.

Support doesn't answer emails.
I get banned for trying to track the admin down in the trollbox.
My account is over 3 days old now, and I still can't get my funds.
They are sounding more and more like a scam to me...

Well that's bullshit rule, if new member is not able to withdraw he should also not able to deposit money for first 3 days.


Anyways now do you need LTC only? Check if you are able to make btc-e code of LTC.
If you are able to do that, I can put it in my account and withdraw LTC on your address or i can simply buy your btc-e code for btc.

You can check my trust ratings first.



5  Economy / Exchanges / Re: BTC-E.com exchange Bitcoin, Litecoin, Namecoin <-> USD\BTC (fee 0.2%) on: June 29, 2013, 02:27:19 PM
I want my money... Why the hell does support not reply for days whilst you withhold my funds.
6  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: BTC-E Scam on: June 29, 2013, 02:17:38 PM
7  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: BTC-E Scam on: June 29, 2013, 01:59:16 PM
https://i.imgur.com/rPuvHTU.png


You can clearly see I have the funds in BTC-e.

When I try to withdraw it says new users must wait for 3 days before withdrawing.
Even though #1 my account is three days old, and #2, it says all coin deposits withdrawls are instant.

Admin won't reply for the last 3 days, and when i finally mentioned it in the trollbox i just got banned.

8  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: BTC-E Scam on: June 29, 2013, 01:44:33 PM
Exactly... So where the hell is my LTC... And why the hell did I get banned for trying to track the admin down.

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* The minimum amount of deposit - 0.1 LTC.
* Enrolment takes place within 1 minute after the 6 confirmation of the transaction in the network.
* Commission for deposit will not be charged.
* Address can be used for next deposits.
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* Min amount for withdrawal - 1 LTC.
* Be patient, transfer of funds will be before the first confirmation.
* Fee for withdrawal is 0.5 LTC.
* Daily limit on withdrawal - 5000 LTC.
9  Economy / Trading Discussion / BTC-E Scam on: June 29, 2013, 01:40:06 PM
The other day I bought 150 LTC on btc-e to make a purchase... It says clearly on their site that they have instant deposit/withdrawl for all coins.
I try to pull my LTC out and it says I must wait 3 days.
I emailed the admin... No reply for the last 2 days.
I finally got mad and asked where the admin of the scamsite was in the trollbox, and why they are withholding my funds and where the admin is... And I just got banned.
So no reply from support, and banned when I ask about the admins whereabouts.
To me this is an absolutely horrible way to handle a business..
Do not use this scamsite.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: ** Official ** Cryptsy funds are safe and secure on: June 25, 2013, 10:11:25 PM
Hmmmmmmmmmm....

11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Do we want to work with money regulators, or keep Bitcoin unregulated? on: June 25, 2013, 03:27:39 PM
We shouldn't even be talking to the government... This is none of their business and it should stay that way.
Did you just say, "money isn't the governments business?"
No, I said bitcoin is not the governments business.. And it clearly isn't.
So who's going to regulate? The US? Well guess what, the rest of the world doesn't give a shit what the US says.

You obviously don't understand what jurisdiction means.  US will regulate Bitcoin within its borders & as it interfaces with US, no different from, say, kiddie pr0nz.  It also may put pressure on other governments to regulate Bitcoin within their borders.  Why did i choose a hot button like child pr0nz?  Because like Bitcoin, its consumption seems impossible to regulate -- it's just a bunch of blips & bloops in da tubez, or data stored on pedo's hard drives.  And yet the party van arrives.

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Besides, according to FINCEN...... Well nevermind they are just a bunch of overbearing dictators that have no respect for the constitution, privacy, or any civil rights rights for that matter.
Government attempts to regulate our bitcoins should be met with fierce opposition, and no negotiations.  

If interwebz bravura is what you're talking about, then sure.  IRL?  I doubt it.  If being stripped down to your undies & felt up at the airport when you forget a few coins in your pocket didn't meet with "fierce opposition," i doubt anything will.



You must be a genius! I write C but I don't understand plain English.

Should i feel sorry for you? 

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You want to be regulated? go ahead... I for one will never tell any government how many bitcoins I mined, or what I sold them for....
Hell I even take steps to make sure they won't find out even if they come take my computers...
You can TRY to regulate me, and I will simply not co-operate. quite simple.

Would hate to see your code.  Where'd you get the notion that i want to be regulated? 

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If the rest of the public took a similar hard line against this shit, we might be getting somewhere.
In reality the only ones that are somewhat forced to answer to the government are the exchanges.
So you go answer to the government while I do the same thing I always did, and always will.

How many times has the constitution been amended to strip you of your freedom and privacy even further?
How many Americans can sit at home in their underwear and play a game of poker on their computer in the land of the FREE?
It's also funny how you see Americans in other parts of the world talking about how they come from the land of the free like they invented freedom or something...
The land of the free looks pretty damn oppressive to me.

Slow down there, tiger.  Not sure what you're gettin' worked up about.  I'm not asking you to do anything, and i sure ain't sayn' nothin' 'bout what i'm doing.  Now what did i say to piss you off so much?  That interwebz talk is cheap?  It are a fact. Smiley

You my friend, are an idiot.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Do we want to work with money regulators, or keep Bitcoin unregulated? on: June 25, 2013, 02:44:07 PM
We shouldn't even be talking to the government... This is none of their business and it should stay that way.
Did you just say, "money isn't the governments business?"
No, I said bitcoin is not the governments business.. And it clearly isn't.
So who's going to regulate? The US? Well guess what, the rest of the world doesn't give a shit what the US says.

You obviously don't understand what jurisdiction means.  US will regulate Bitcoin within its borders & as it interfaces with US, no different from, say, kiddie pr0nz.  It also may put pressure on other governments to regulate Bitcoin within their borders.  Why did i choose a hot button like child pr0nz?  Because like Bitcoin, its consumption seems impossible to regulate -- it's just a bunch of blips & bloops in da tubez, or data stored on pedo's hard drives.  And yet the party van arrives.

Quote

Besides, according to FINCEN...... Well nevermind they are just a bunch of overbearing dictators that have no respect for the constitution, privacy, or any civil rights rights for that matter.
Government attempts to regulate our bitcoins should be met with fierce opposition, and no negotiations.  

If interwebz bravura is what you're talking about, then sure.  IRL?  I doubt it.  If being stripped down to your undies & felt up at the airport when you forget a few coins in your pocket didn't meet with "fierce opposition," i doubt anything will.



You must be a genius! I write C but I don't understand plain English.
You want to be regulated? go ahead... I for one will never tell any government how many bitcoins I mined, or what I sold them for....
Hell I even take steps to make sure they won't find out even if they come take my computers...
You can TRY to regulate me, and I will simply not co-operate. quite simple.

If the rest of the public took a similar hard line against this shit, we might be getting somewhere.
In reality the only ones that are somewhat forced to answer to the government are the exchanges.
So you go answer to the government while I do the same thing I always did, and always will.

How many times has the constitution been amended to strip you of your freedom and privacy even further?
How many Americans can sit at home in their underwear and play a game of poker on their computer in the land of the FREE?
It's also funny how you see Americans in other parts of the world talking about how they come from the land of the free like they invented freedom or something...
The land of the free looks pretty damn oppressive to me.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Do we want to work with money regulators, or keep Bitcoin unregulated? on: June 25, 2013, 02:03:17 AM
We shouldn't even be talking to the government... This is none of their business and it should stay that way.

Did you just say, "money isn't the governments business?"

No, I said bitcoin is not the governments business.. And it clearly isn't.
So who's going to regulate? The US? Well guess what, the rest of the world doesn't give a shit what the US says.
Besides, according to FINCEN...... Well nevermind they are just a bunch of overbearing dictators that have no respect for the constitution, privacy, or any civil rights rights for that matter.

Government attempts to regulate our bitcoins should be met with fierce opposition, and no negotiations. 
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Do we want to work with money regulators, or keep Bitcoin unregulated? on: June 24, 2013, 06:03:59 PM
We shouldn't even be talking to the government... This is none of their business and it should stay that way.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: There is no 51% challenge. on: June 18, 2013, 05:48:50 AM
Now now children, if the evil boogieman was gonna fuck you... he wouldn't wait for a challenge and probably would do it in complete silence..... This is all pretty childish.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How to design a CoinChoose-resistant coin? on: June 09, 2013, 04:38:24 PM
an unskilled worker blames his tools.  not sure what you mean by "coinchoose resistant"  seems like you don't understand economics or programming.  another nonsense thread on bitcointalk.

Do you understand cryptocurrency?
Since when is it normal to have the network hashpower increase by 500x in a few minutes?
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How to design a CoinChoose-resistant coin? on: June 09, 2013, 04:32:51 PM
the problem is not coinchoose, it is all the shitcoins that are being released


You are partly right, the problem is not coinchoose... It's the idiots who believe it and run CryptoSwitcher Smiley
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Wallets going into and out of sync on: June 08, 2013, 08:08:44 PM
You can fix this by putting your own checkpoints in checkpoints.cpp
You don't actually need the dev to do it, you just need to know how to compile the source.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [ANN] ELACOIN hard fork block #17820 - base reward = difficulty! ELC giveaway! on: June 03, 2013, 05:45:38 PM
you should have done this from the start. waiting for dificulty 24 before the first reward doubling was stupid  Undecided


That part wasn't us... It was Milkshake.
The fixes we're us Smiley
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [ANN] ELACOIN hard fork block #17820 - base reward = difficulty! ELC giveaway! on: June 03, 2013, 03:02:13 PM
"blocks" : 17815,

5 Blocks to go looks like Smiley
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