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1  Other / Off-topic / Are you ready to chill? on: November 24, 2022, 07:00:43 AM
Think Pokemon Go combined with beer and a blockchain with nothing to do with crypto!  The real power of crypto is the blockchain, and the first applications to realize this will rival the asteroid mining companies in opportunity.

We will be looking for people in each country to manage surveyors, but are initially launching in Canada and the US only.  I'm not hiring on this forum - all applications will be taken on the site. 

I'll be posting the link soon.

 Wink
2  Other / Meta / Re: BPIP got a Factoid slot since when? on: October 06, 2022, 09:30:35 AM
I don't think people need to be concerned as much as they are about random stats from users here.

Agreed.  I think bpip.org should focus on key metric stats that everyone can agree MATRs (matters).  Large forums like this allow scammers to hide multiple accounts and cooperate with other scammers to manipulate lists.  Aggregation sites like BPIP, Loyce and Ninjastic allow the average Joe to investigate. 

Happy to help get BPIP some of the recognition it deserves. My understanding is anyone who can see the donators section including VIPs can request a permanent factoid slot with minimal limitations, but outside of that anyone can suggest factoids that would be useful to forum users.

BPIP deserves more recognition.   Can I have a factoid?
Code:
If you have two legs, you have more than average.
3  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: URGENT - Looking for a partner specialized in DevOps and System Administration on: April 09, 2021, 11:52:32 PM
Definitely looking for co-founders to get the platform to launch.
The escrow works without any registration, all security measures have been implemented and working on improving the platform.
Facing some problems deploying it, and with the company formation since i unfortunately cannot do everything myself.

Are one of the problems you are facing how to determine who sent what if they all send to the same address?

Indeed, i got most that covered, i am just in need for a partner(s) (not financially) to take on the development (DevOps and server administration).
For the company, i am thinking of incorporating it in Malta, but will review my choices.

So the dev is done and the servers are working.   If you don't need $, what do you need help with?
4  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Looking for co-founders! on: April 09, 2021, 11:51:59 PM
Definitely looking for co-founders to get the platform to launch.
The escrow works without any registration, all security measures have been implemented and working on improving the platform.
Facing some problems deploying it, and with the company formation since i unfortunately cannot do everything myself.

Are one of the problems you are facing how to determine who sent what if they all send to the same address?

Indeed, i got most that covered, i am just in need for a partner(s) (not financially)  to take on the development (DevOps and server administration).
For the company, i am thinking of incorporating it in Malta, but will review my choices.

So the dev is done and the servers are working.   If you don't need $, why do you need help with?
5  Economy / Securities / Re: 📈 NastyFans: The Bitcoin Enthusiast Fan Club (est. 2012) on: April 09, 2021, 11:11:29 PM
What incentives? You are delusional. Iíve been paying all the costs for this operation for nearly a decade

You don't have a business tax number and you claim you paid six figures in taxes years before the crypto price rose, and that was only withdrawing what you need, remember?  You can't be hurting with these expenses, can you?

All I should be hearing from you is a thank you.

That's the same thing you said to everyone when you paid them 1% of the coins you got from pirate.   They should thank you, since you didn't have to pay them anything.
6  Economy / Reputation / Re: ibminerís factually false, defamatory, and reputationally scandalous statement on: April 09, 2021, 11:02:17 PM
No shame or remorse whatsoever over my involvement in the Bitcoin community. Iím quite proud and thankful for my experience here. Other than a handful of trolls, Iíve had an enormous amount of positive feedback. You are too trapped in your quest to spread hate to understand that you arenít in the majority with your feelings toward me and the things Iíve done for this community.

I wish LoyceV or Ninja could show the number of proud posts you have removed from this community recently.

So, you have no shame for making up extremely serious lies about me contributing to a stroke?
You have no remorse for wishing more people would stroke out to help the community?
You have no shame for telling everyone you were triyng to get me help through your charity, and instead ignored me?

No shame about losing 99% of the pirate ponzi bitcoins you held?
No shame about losing 99% of nastymining bitcoins you held?
Finally, you never paid taxes and instead deflected about your October 2018  audit by claiming I sent you a PM outting myself as a pedophile,  You then said Theymos knew about it and later deleted it.  Theymos responded with trust to you, distrust to me, and continuing to pay you hundreds of thousands dollars while you scammed.

I don't really understand how Og remains even a co-treasurer at this point.

I hope you do now. Took me a long time to understand why Theymos expressed sympathy to me years ago about the pedo link, but let OG continue to spread the rumor.  I would have been happy with help with expenses, but the billions spent on the new forum and the helicopters and champagne were not meant for those with morals.   I guess the lawyers will take the lions share and litigate the idiots for years and the victims will get what's left.   God bless the blockchain and let's see the underbelly of this community.  
7  Economy / Securities / Re: 📈 NastyFans: The Bitcoin Enthusiast Fan Club (est. 2012) on: April 09, 2021, 05:57:37 PM
I am not trying to damage anyone's reputation here or start a shitshow

Remember, you can say anything you want as long as it's true.  But if you purposely tell a lie with the intent to steal and physically harm people, and continue it for years, you better be able to compensate for it, which I have proved he stole and he has bragged he still has.  You or I cannot damage his reputation any further.

The good news, all information will soon be public, making future lawsuits against NastyFans: The Bitcoin Enthusiast Fan Club (est. 2012) personally, easier.

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8  Economy / Securities / Re: 📈 NastyFans: The Bitcoin Enthusiast Fan Club (est. 2012) on: April 09, 2021, 03:18:39 AM
Before all the burying of actual relevant information

Is it over?

Why does ibminer's blockchain evidence conflict with your spreadsheet?
How does sending you 1.6 BTC and getting back 1% of that have to do with the BTC price?


I had paid a six figure sum of taxes prior to that.

Let me know your public charities offer of help by Sunday, ponzi scammer, or it's time both our lives go very public in the great American contingency style libel suit involving hundreds of millions of dollars in stolen coins.  They can fight with you, Theymos and BAR till the cows come home, but I will get money upfront to help with expenses you caused. It's a fairly open shut case and the majority of the punitive damages will eventually go to your ponzi victims.   Little guys win for once!  You've already reached most of my family, so letting everyone know what you did will actually help with my stress level.

At this point, your idiot supporters should step up and point out your massive countersuit.  I have no problem being financially responsible for calling you an idiot.
9  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: April 09, 2021, 02:20:42 AM
So I am an agnostic as I am simply truthful to my heart ❤️.

I used to be an agnostic as well.  But studying quantum probabilities shows me that our reality is based on probability, which can't be random.  So I choose to have faith that a God exists, but it's certainly not a human who invented women as an "afterthought".  I also have faith there is other intelligence that exists, even though we may not be able to detect them. 

To that end, it's no one's business who believes what stories, but spending 500 pages pushing your fantasies on others is obviously the way BD copes with stress.  :/
10  Economy / Securities / Re: 📈 NastyFans: The Bitcoin Enthusiast Fan Club (est. 2012) on: April 09, 2021, 01:03:35 AM
This is a dangerous statement that could potentially land you in big trouble with the tax reporting agencies in your country.  If you claim a loss of funds to your government's tax agency the way people claim it on this thread, you will likely face penalty as you should be claiming your fiat gains.  Stating otherwise is a dangerous claim that could land people in hot water if they listen to you, so be careful.

OgNasty, you need to address the ongoing liability Nastyfans may have should you lose your assets to a actual charity.  Eventually every coin you have may be seized unless you show any proof I outted or exposed or admitted or claimed I was a pedophile.   Those rumors you started helped contribute to my mental illness, my drinking problem and my stroke.   At the same time, I have said nasty things about you, but none were untrue to me.

Take advantage of OG's buy back offer while the illegal shares are still worth anything.
11  Economy / Securities / Re: 📈 NastyFans: The Bitcoin Enthusiast Fan Club (est. 2012) on: April 09, 2021, 12:55:10 AM
I've already made a nearly million dollar buyback offer for anyone who wants to cash in their seats at a massive profit to their issued price.

ibminer, why don't you take advantage and sell your 1.6 BTC worth of seats?  That's less than 1/10th of his buy back offer.  
12  Economy / Reputation / Re: ibminerís factually false, defamatory, and reputationally scandalous statement on: April 09, 2021, 12:50:42 AM
Yes, he's still blaming vendors for accepting his payments in BTC as the reason he didn't get rich with everyone else. 

No, he is saying he lost 99% of the bitcoins he sent you, whether they were worth $1 or $1,000,000.
13  Economy / Reputation / Quickseller vs Vod on: April 08, 2021, 11:30:54 PM
I do hope that Vod comes around eventually. I think part of his problem is his ego, specifically him not wanting to ever be wrong (which results in him doubling down when he is wrong), and part of it is other things. Everyone is wrong sometimes, and no one likes to admit they are wrong.

Will you admit you wrong when you posted you knew for a fact I was a pedophile?
I should not have said that. I am sorry. 

I have been at peace with QS since his apology, and the only reason I never acted before this was his anger at my acknowledgment of his alt.

I originally left him neg trust for escrow scamming, but it is common place now and hypocritical of me to hold a grudge against anyone for such an insignificant part of my life.  I'm removing my negative trust on his account and his alt PrimeNumber7.   I hope one day he puts his detective skills to work in a meaningful way.  Smiley

14  Economy / Securities / Re: 📈 NastyFans: The Bitcoin Enthusiast Fan Club (est. 2012) on: April 08, 2021, 11:20:16 PM
Is something restricting you from stating facts?
I believe I have been stating facts.. unless that question was for Og? Embarrassed

The question was based on an accusation you could not state a fact.  Smiley

but you cannot say NastyFans seats have lost value without also claiming Teslas sold for BTC have also experienced the same massive loss of value.
15  Economy / Reputation / Re: ibminerís factually false, defamatory, and reputationally scandalous statement on: April 08, 2021, 11:17:16 PM
He even blames BTC vendors for him not getting rich because they accepted his BTC for goods and those goods did not gain value as quickly as Bitcoin.

He was involved in the conversation less than an hour ago.

He paid you 1.65 BTC and received a return of 0.0095 BTC.
 
16  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Disgust with people of greed ignoring their duties on: April 08, 2021, 11:07:33 PM
I can somewhat understand if they were afraid while the attack is happening that's why they decided to keep their distance

That's why there are three of them, plus any vehicles that would stop.  First guy charges, tackles and takes any punch that comes in until his backup restrains him.    They could have been heroes but they decided to be cowards.

Doormen have training to break The Bystander Effect.
17  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: April 08, 2021, 11:01:10 PM
Any man who thinks that God doesn't exist, is turning himself into a god just by fighting the evidence in nature that God DOES exist, and the common sense that he can't know that God doesn't exist because he hasn't checked everywhere in the universe for God, yet.

I mean, you need to be very strong - almost like a god - or very ignorant, to force yourself to think that you know that God doesn't exist.

If I swapped every "god" with "man" the statement makes sense too.   Any statement will make sense to anyone who needs to believe it.

Why does god need a penis?   How did he design a billion different penises and vaginas for a billion different species, but be unable to redo it?   

Your beliefs limit the power of your god.  God, the creator of the universe, wouldn't care about us.
18  Economy / Securities / Re: 📈 NastyFans: The Bitcoin Enthusiast Fan Club (est. 2012) on: April 08, 2021, 10:52:46 PM
ďI paid OGNasty 1.6 BTC and he lost 99% of it! OgNasty is a scammer!Ē

Yup, you sound that stupid...

ib, don't let him distract you with value vs quantity.  Different things.    Smiley

but you cannot say NastyFans seats have lost value without also claiming Teslas sold for BTC have also experienced the same massive loss of value.

ib, can you say your current nastyfan seats are worth the 1.6 btc you paid?   Is something restricting you from stating facts?

Open letter to OgNasty
19  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Why I'm an atheist on: April 08, 2021, 08:20:50 PM
The point is, you can believe atheism or some other religion all you want. But if you don't believe the truth - at least to some extent - you might wind up being damaged by what you believe.

That's been the marketing campaign of the anti-vapers for years.   You may think it is helping you cope, but it destroys short term memory, and it destroys short term memory.  

In the end, we all die.  We trade experiences for mortality. The last thing one should worry about is how their decaying lungs smell/taste to the animals eating it.  Smiley
20  Other / Politics & Society / Disgust with people of greed ignoring their duties on: April 08, 2021, 07:52:47 PM
(WARNING!   This video contains a graphic scene)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93hWUSu0NZ4

One of the doorman witnessed the entire attack and did nothing.  As the Asian woman struggled to maintain consciousness, she sees the doors closing on her.

(WARNING!   This video contains a graphic scene)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLhqyUM_ers

Imagine the despair Tom felt as the security guard turned his back on him.  This is no different.  The only things the guards could have done worse was to step outside, pretend to call the ambulance, and prevent people from helping until she died.

They've been fired, and they have filed a grievance with the union.  WTF??  If that Asian woman was staying in that building and had tipped those doorman, they probably would have done what any citizen should have done.  I don't really care what happens to these assholes as long as they are never put in a position of trust again.   But I do hope each of those doorman experience the fear and abandonment this woman felt.

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