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1441  Bitcoin / Press / [2013-12-16] Bitcoin: governments should tame it, not ban it UK Telegraph on: December 16, 2013, 08:43:23 PM
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/currency/10521471/Bitcoin-governments-should-tame-it-not-ban-it.html

Lots of FUD and misunderstanding ... but at least she is engaging in the topic I suppose.
1442  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Instawallet claim process on: December 16, 2013, 08:44:09 AM
I refuse to get sucked into your long-winded arguments (conversations wtf?) on the semantics of your situation because that is exactly what you are using to avoid the fact that you are outright ripping off good honest people (maybe you are deceiving yourself?).... either you are in business for good or you aren't. You are by implication saying that I am a liar and your whole claims process is set up like this, it is offensive and I'm not going to engage in it. Of course people are going to get dramatic when you blatantly steal from them. Just do the right thing.

Will you give us our fucking coins back or not?
1443  Economy / Scam Accusations / davout / Paymium - Instawallet on: December 16, 2013, 04:22:52 AM
Won't return coins that belong to depositors of the failed Instawallet service.

Used a 'window' of opportunity notice in obscure forum section for the filing of claims and refuses to accept any other requests for coin returns. Disregards totally any credibility and reputation of claimants, essentially implicitly accusing them of making false claims. If many of the people who lost coins in Instawallet cannot make claims davout will profit handsomely.

Suggest removal from bitcointalk staff as a minimum until this cleared up ... and possible scammer label attached if it drags on and other honest people are ripped off.
1444  Economy / Marketplace / Re: List of honest traders. on: December 16, 2013, 04:15:14 AM
davout : possible scammer. Definitely not honest broker that respects honest reputable trade reputations.
1445  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Instawallet claim process on: December 16, 2013, 04:03:45 AM
... and the coward will not come out and confirm definitively he will not be returning my coins ... in which case I could initiate counter action ... so still waiting ... but the clock is ticking.

I asked you a couple of questions which you ignored. If you want a conversation, then converse. If you want a monologue then you don't need me.
If you, a bitcointalk regular, want to blame me for not finding five minutes in three months to make a claim, then go for it, blame me.

There is only one unanswered question and I have repeated it several times.

Will you be making my family and friends whole for the lost coins from Instawallet?

It's pretty simple, you duplicitous little scammer. Either you are in business to make money or you're gonna be run out of town ... I'll make sure of it.

Edit: so I'm meant to keep track of every 2bit place that rolls over and goes belly up and claims processes 'windows'? Are you reading every forum thread these days davout?
1446  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Instawallet claim process on: December 15, 2013, 08:11:37 PM
Good for you Phinnaeus, just be careful.

Apparently he won't even reply to me except to say ... "too late, tough, shit sir!" (paraphrased)

... and the coward will not come out and confirm definitively he will not be returning my coins ... in which case I could initiate counter action ... so still waiting ... but the clock is ticking.

Some kind of business he is running, slippery as an Frenchman ... oh wait he is.
1447  Bitcoin / Press / Re: 2013-12-10 Cyprus Central Bank warns about risks in use of Bitcoin on: December 15, 2013, 10:39:53 AM
I suppose when you are waking up alongside severed horse head presents from the Russian mob then bitcoin 'pronouncements' can seem like a pleasant distraction ...

I think the horse head is an italian mafia trademark  Tongue

Oh ... it was meant as allegorical joke on the relative size of the issues involved than a detailed expose, if that wasn't clear.
1448  Bitcoin / Press / Re: 2013-12-10 Cyprus Central Bank warns about risks in use of Bitcoin on: December 15, 2013, 03:05:56 AM
I suppose when you are waking up alongside severed horse head presents from the Russian mob then bitcoin 'pronouncements' can seem like a pleasant distraction ...
1449  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Instawallet claim process on: December 14, 2013, 09:50:16 PM
hello davout and all the bitcoin-central crew

What about the missing wallets ? These were said to be treated after the initial period of 90 days and some haven't been claimed.
I'm actually having like 80btc frozen at your company servers, and was curious about the way they are treated, and why they're missing.

Thanks for your response !
Wordofmouth

Good luck, Paymium is operating like a rogue scammer now ... you probably wont hear back from them.

Edit: this is you right davout?

1450  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Coinbase - it takes a week to purchase 1 BTC on: December 14, 2013, 09:06:45 PM
Sounds like Coinbase is doing to BTC what the banks did for fiat ... not sure exactly what their business model is beyond playing nice with USA's facist money regulators?

Btw their payment pop-up is buggy and has non-intuitive behaviours ... so that's all I really needed to know (they don't do s/ware well but they can please the moneychanger regulators? uh-huh ... )
1451  Bitcoin / Press / Re: 2013-12-11 DealBook NY Times: Bitcoin Believers See a Role for Wall Street on: December 14, 2013, 05:27:27 AM
Good point .. most of those guys have lived in a fairy-tale manipulated cotton-wool markets.

They are gonna be handed heads on plates when they enter a real free market ... bitcoin is some wild-ass shit when it comes to trading that is for sure. Not to mention you never know when the whole exchange is going to disappear from under you ... they think it is easy ... uh-huh, fresh meat Smiley
1452  Bitcoin / Press / Re: 2013-12-12 Wired - U.S. Government Nastygram Shuts Down One-Man Bitcoin Mint on: December 13, 2013, 10:19:17 PM
FinCEN is a regulator, so they are going to try to regulate whatever they can.  They sent Mike a letter to say, "we think we'd like to regulate you."  He has the option to say, "No thanks" and let them pursue legal action against him.  
Next comes FBI action. The main problem with all US based bitcoin businesses is that they don't want to share their profits and finance legal center to improve the situation.

yes looks like the racketeers are moving into action ... despite all the protestations and appeals to 'working' with them, light regulations, etc. Same as it ever was ... next you'll be lining up to pay for BitLicenses that can be pulled magically out of their 2BitAsses.
1453  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How to Destroy Bitcoin on: December 13, 2013, 10:12:30 PM
we've not seen govs really intervene.

it makes sense btc will be tied in a high profile way to 'terrorism' ... false flag or not, it could be used that way.


they tried to link bittorrent "piracy funds terror" in the same way ... unfortunately that was a few steps removed ... this can have immediate 'hey look at what these people did only because bitcoin let them.' aka silkroad + violence

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2008/03/us-attorney-general-piracy-funds-terror/


there is a flaw in this reasoning because of bitcoin's pseudoanonymity.

To link a false flag operation to a bitcoin transfer you would need proof of other identifying information of the person(s) involved in which case they could not be hidden actors ... i.e. wouldn't be false flag by unknown operatives (unless they managed to coerce/connive some patsies into using bitcoin for terror and then have a watertight way to pin it exclusively upon the patsies)
1454  Economy / Economics / Re: My bank account's got robbed by European Commission. Over 700k is lost. on: December 13, 2013, 10:02:55 PM
dangerous to corrupt, statist politicians and robbing banksters ... otherwise quite peaceful and liberating.
1455  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How to Destroy Bitcoin on: December 13, 2013, 09:58:03 PM

... hadn't considered it before but maybe assassination markets have a use after all ... what's the price on head of Kim Jong Il right now btw?
1456  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: US Federal Trade Commission visit on: December 13, 2013, 09:51:11 PM
Who are they?
1457  Bitcoin / Press / Re: 2013-12-13 Market Watch - Fidelity halts bitcoin investments on: December 13, 2013, 05:27:21 PM
I think this story is significant and a good investigative journalist who went digging would find some verrrry interesting ructions in the background here.

One of the biggest pension fund operations allows bitcoin investments one day and the next it halts them? Who's peddling influence here? Who's pulling the strings? Is it the Federal Reserve bureaucrats acting outside their lawful mandate? Is it a cartel of banks pressuring a fund provider?

Smells like corruption and possible illegal activity behind the scenes here to me. These boyz have to be real careful in their unseemly internal battle over bitcoin that their usual modus operandi doesn't spill out into the streets for all to see their ugliness and criminality.

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Fidelity had $4.2 trillion in assets under administration as of Aug. 31, according to the firmís website.

Couldn't have 0.1% of this pie leaving dollar denominated assets now could we?
1458  Bitcoin / Press / Re: 2013-12-13 Financial Times - EU Banking Authority warning on: December 13, 2013, 11:34:15 AM
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The EBA said that consumers are not protected through regulation when using virtual currencies as a means of payment and may be at risk of losing their money. It also added that there is no guarantee that currency values remain stable

So just like real currencies and banks then ....   Kiss
1459  Economy / Services / Re: [Programing C++] Port of zlib to pure ISO C++03! Bounty! 0.2 BTC on: December 13, 2013, 02:07:37 AM
Withdrawn.
1460  Bitcoin / Press / Re: 2013-12-12 Wired - U.S. Government Nastygram Shuts Down One-Man Bitcoin Mint on: December 12, 2013, 11:13:17 PM
If this is the 'light regulation" then USA is fucked as place to do bitcoin business ... watch what they do not what they say.

Edit: btw Mike you are great entrepreneur, I suggest a move to Switzerland might be a good option for you.
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