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1  Other / Meta / How can I recover my "Banned" account? on: March 30, 2018, 01:17:28 AM
Its been over a few weeks now but I used my secret question to recover my password for This account and after trying to log in with the new password I get the message that my account has been banned and to email a sketchy email.

Exact message: Sorry Sweeet, you are banned from using this forum!
For security, your account has been locked. Email acctcomp15@theymos.e4ward.com


How can I recover my randomly banned account?
2  Economy / Lending / Re: Invest in Sweeet | First Legit Investor-Plan (Closed) on: March 28, 2018, 07:14:17 PM
Drunkenone, please confirm that your address: "1DYLc7HSxqgmgy9xi9Zbubt9DC4VD1Bx6t" Is still your valid receiving address. I am waiting to send your funds of 0.05.
Confirmed

I will confirm in this thread when I have received

Your repayment has been sent: https://blockchain.info/tx/16e8c93c11c5c3e855d85376837b67959b681ef4d2406c32ed6399bf3c1539e8

Sorry for the situation I put you in, hopefully you did fine without the BTC.

Repayment list is as follows: Taras, warden , Giveen, suredoood, Hracik, mettwuerstle, Anon, Jackg, JMack3000ad, assloua, Bias
3  Economy / Lending / Re: Invest in Sweeet | First Legit Investor-Plan (Closed) on: March 24, 2018, 06:51:15 AM
Drunkenone, please confirm that your address: "1DYLc7HSxqgmgy9xi9Zbubt9DC4VD1Bx6t" Is still your valid receiving address. I am waiting to send your funds of 0.05.
4  Economy / Lending / Re: Invest in Sweeet | First Legit Investor-Plan (Closed) on: March 22, 2018, 11:10:17 PM
I can still stake 1Sweeet for the recovery of my account. If they were willing to repay any of my losses I would only ask for my last deposit of 0.7 which was the only time I deposited investor funds, which wouldn't still be enough to repay everyone but would come very close + what I have saved up.
I doubt you could ask them for it and I'd reckon there's someone from primedice that has seen at least the original post and has just glided over it (pretending they didn't notice).

If you wish to negative feedback this account thats ok but for now I have restored access to it.
I can leave it for now but if you lose access to one, send me a pm with a signature of your 1sweeet address and I'll neg it for you (or you can post here or meta with the relevant info and a DT can neg it).

Also as of yesterday I was looking into a new method and I believe I found something new. I will look into it fully this weekend.
Does this one still require paypal/you to be 18? If so then it's slightly less promising however still a good find and is still slightly promising in the hopeful recovery of funds. Keep going anyways (you've come far enough to almost be able to pay off the first user on your list)!
If both accounts are lost I will notify you or any DT member to neg the account as stolen with a signed messaged from my staked address which is 1Sweeet, also it does require me to be 18 which I am as of tomorrow but doesn't require any PP. I will be looking into it further over the next week. Updates will come as I test it.
5  Economy / Lending / Re: Invest in Sweeet | First Legit Investor-Plan (Closed) on: March 22, 2018, 09:32:26 PM
I logged out of my Sweeet account and forgot my password, I changed my password using my security question and then when I logged in I got this message:

Sorry Sweeet, you are banned from using this forum!
For security, your account has been locked. Email acctcomp15@theymos.e4ward.com

I emailed the email attached but got no response over a week. I also noticed this account (Sweeet123) was hacked and was being used for a signature campaign, though I just realized I left it on my trust that this account was hacked, made no mental note of that.


I would really not prefer to sue Primedice or take any legal action. It was my doings and I agreed to their TOS and that I was of legal age when signing up. Directly from TOS: "Primedice is not able to verify the legality of the Service in each jurisdiction and it is the User‚s responsibility to ensure that their use of the Service is lawful.". Although if it were possible without legal action I would definitely look at all options. IF anyone has any exclusive information about the topic please contact me or just reply. My Primedice losses alone are around -10 BTC total, on sweeet its about 9 BTC alone. (Most loses were when BTC was $200-500).

Possibly expect Drunkenone to be repaid soon, again I am really sorry for putting everyone in this situation, I really hope no one needed their BTC urgently.
Current repayment line: drunkenone, Taras, warden , Giveen, suredoood, Hracik, mettwuerstle, Anon, Jackg, JMack3000ad, assloua, Bias

Thanks for the update sweeet! You might get more luck going down the hacked account route with Cyrus however as you can sign your 1sweeet address you've staked?

As we discussed via PM (a while ago), they probably don't care too much and won't want to repay the 9BTC you lose. That being said, if they do, I'd hope we get a little tip/interest from our stakes maybe?

It's good to see drunkenone might get repaid soon and that'd be a nice bit of hope if everything goes to plan that is.

Do you want me to red your full member account so an signature campaign manager will notice it if it gets hacked again?
I can still stake 1Sweeet for the recovery of my account. If they were willing to repay any of my losses I would only ask for my last deposit of 0.7 which was the only time I deposited investor funds, which wouldn't still be enough to repay everyone but would come very close + what I have saved up. If you wish to negative feedback this account thats ok but for now I have restored access to it.

Also as of yesterday I was looking into a new method and I believe I found something new. I will look into it fully this weekend.
6  Economy / Lending / Re: Invest in Sweeet | First Legit Investor-Plan (Closed) on: March 22, 2018, 12:52:07 AM
I logged out of my Sweeet account and forgot my password, I changed my password using my security question and then when I logged in I got this message:

Sorry Sweeet, you are banned from using this forum!
For security, your account has been locked. Email acctcomp15@theymos.e4ward.com

I emailed the email attached but got no response over a week. I also noticed this account (Sweeet123) was hacked and was being used for a signature campaign, though I just realized I left it on my trust that this account was hacked, made no mental note of that.


I would really not prefer to sue Primedice or take any legal action. It was my doings and I agreed to their TOS and that I was of legal age when signing up. Directly from TOS: "Primedice is not able to verify the legality of the Service in each jurisdiction and it is the User‚s responsibility to ensure that their use of the Service is lawful.". Although if it were possible without legal action I would definitely look at all options. IF anyone has any exclusive information about the topic please contact me or just reply. My Primedice losses alone are around -10 BTC total, on sweeet its about 9 BTC alone. (Most loses were when BTC was $200-500).

Possibly expect Drunkenone to be repaid soon, again I am really sorry for putting everyone in this situation, I really hope no one needed their BTC urgently.
Current repayment line: drunkenone, Taras, warden , Giveen, suredoood, Hracik, mettwuerstle, Anon, Jackg, JMack3000ad, assloua, Bias
7  Economy / Economics / Re: Bitcoin is an asset or currency. on: December 24, 2017, 06:38:52 PM
I hear from many sources that btc is used for trading much more than it is for goods and services; doesn't that make it an asset ??
and is that necessarily a bad thing ?? and what can we do about it as a community ??

Bitcoin can be treated as both asset as well as currency, asset because you keep investing in it to get good returns in the future and it can be a good currency since it is secure and decentralized
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is Bitcoin bubble going to explode? on: December 24, 2017, 06:33:57 PM
Hello, There is ongoing talk about bitcoin that this bubble is going to explode soon. I learned about Bitcoin from http://technogeek.review/ and I have invested about 1.5 lakh in Bitcoins. even the same website is saying that it is going to end soon. Currently, I am in the loss, so can not even withdraw my money  Sad

Well currently bitcoin prices are on the rise, so I suggest you patiently hold on to your bitcoins and do not go into a panic mode and sell off at any price
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: McDonalds to accept Bitcoin by 2018 on: December 24, 2017, 05:41:40 PM
I don't think its gonna happen,because the transaction fee will result in increase in the price of the meals, so it won't make any sense
10  Economy / Economics / Re: Can cryptocurrencies make physical money disappear? on: December 24, 2017, 05:26:10 PM
As we can see the cryptocurrencies are still being established in the knowledge, socialization and full utilization of humanity, could the cryptocurrencies cause the use of physical money to be eliminated, is this possible?
There is very less possibility of this happening in the first place. Because,
1) We are already using the current physical money in the form of digital linking, using credit/debit cards, Internet banking, Mobile Banking etc. So you see we have already achieved some great milestone in the traditional financial system.

2) Also, There is no use of the crypto currency in real world because it is not much stable as compared to the fiat currencies. The stability is really important for the day to day life use. So these are valid reasons for which I don't think that crypto's will replace the fait so soon.

True that, plus majority of the people worldwide are still not familiar about how cryptocurrency works
11  Other / Off-topic / Re: If bitcoin goes to zero on: December 23, 2017, 08:07:01 PM
It will never go to zero, At minimum, you need $1000 to mine 1 BTC, so that's the least value I bilieve it could ever happen

True that, the value can never go to absolute zero, there is a lower level threshold , beyond which the value won't decrease, so bitcoin going to a zero is an overstatement
12  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: Can we take legal action against Bitcoin cheaters.. on: December 23, 2017, 07:48:36 PM
Is there any legal background against bit coin cheaters,who using scam sites for cheats people..
Scammers are committing a crime so they are liable to be charged in almost any jurisdiction, the problem is going to be to put an identity behind the crimes, you will need to make a research and try to find clues yourself, while there is probably a cyber crime unit in your country most of the time they concentrate in crimes that can harm people, like drugs, so you may not find a lot of support from them if the only thing you lost was some money.


Well that's the harsh reality,apparently getting hacked and losing your investment whose source was your hard earned money won't be treated as a priority by the judiciary system
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is an Illuminati Scam? on: December 23, 2017, 07:21:10 PM
Hi I am a newbie here in Bitcointakorg. Also I am new to Crypto trading fielding as well. While I was talking to one of my friends about Crypto Market. He doubted this new currency trend. As He said There is Illuminati behind this project.  He submitted me some facts exacting some one's article that It is a scam and that could cause to loose everything one day. I will list them here below one by one.

1. Bitcoin is not a company, It has no corporate entity..
  (You can't sue bitcoin, inc. If the promises you were made about bitcoin price valuations don't pan. There is no bitcoin, inc)

2. Bitcoin doesn't have any earnings, revenues, profits, profits or P/E ratios.

3. Bitcoin trading isn't regulated by any one.

4. If the internet goes down, Bitcoins cease to exit.

5. Very few accept bitcoins as form of payment. ( although this could grow)

6. Bitcoins transactions are not free and fee getting increased time to time.

7. You can't sue anything if you loose your bitcoins,

8. Nearly all bitcoins promoters have a conflict of interest in attracting more buyers in to bitcoins.

9. Bitcoin isn't very liquid market compare to stock market, Transactions can days to clear

10. Because of bitcoin isn't regulated by the SEC, Bitcoin promoters can claim any forward - looking estimates for future
   ( the government cannot take any legal action against them )


I would like to know you people's views regarding above facts, Really Appreciate your participation, Looking forward to learn many things from you as a newbie. Thanks in advance.


Scam or no scam,bitcoins has changed lives and financial conditions of people who have invested in it by yielding them very good returns
14  Economy / Economics / Re: Does this mean Cash will be extinct? on: December 23, 2017, 06:40:53 PM
Total removal of fiat from the society will do more harm than good.
No matter the level of technological development, not everyone will be able to embrace cashless transactions. And also, most services need to be paid in cash.

True that, not all the strata of the society have adequate knowledge on cryptocurrencies and their use, it would be really difficult for bitcoins and cryptocurrencies to completely wipe out the fiat currency from the economy
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin End Goal on: December 23, 2017, 06:37:08 PM
What is your Bitcoin End Goal?

Is it to get billionaire by it? Or to use bitcoin for all your transactions one day?
These are just two examples, not the only choices of course.

Share what is your End Goal with bitcoin?

The aim is to be a billionaire ,being one of the best investment option available in todays's time,it would be wise to invest more and more and reap the benefits in the future
16  Economy / Economics / Re: WILL BITCOIN BE USED BY ALMOST EVERYONE IN 2022? on: December 21, 2017, 06:12:43 PM
It is said that bitcoin will destroy the fiat system but i believe that if this happens the world will change completly because banks and a lot of things will go out of market.

Nope, it won't happen in such a short time frame, it is going to take quite some time,people still need to get accustomed to the use of bitcoins, for majority of the world population bitcoin is very new and is difficult to understand
17  Other / Off-topic / Re: Bitcoin community is rising. on: December 21, 2017, 06:08:51 PM
What do you think a about it? is it good or bad for bitcoin?

It is true bitcoin community is on the rise, more and more people have become aware about bitcoin and its potential to yield lucrative returns in a short time , so this has led more and more people to come in and invest and has led to rise of the community
18  Economy / Economics / Re: Selling Bitcoin = Opportunity loss?! on: December 21, 2017, 06:04:27 PM
Many posts discuss the possibility of exchange earnings with selling Bitcoin (and buy later). Other posts discuss the Bitcoin exchange rate, it seems that many agree there is a strong upward tendency and the volatility is hard to predict. It seems dat selling Bitcoin results in a serious probability of an opportunity loss. Selling Bitcoin can only be motivated by an (partial) exit. Do you agree?

More the risk more is the return, so if you are holding for a longer time you are taking a risk against fluctuating prices, you don't know what the future holds for bitcoins, there are chances that prices might even go down in the future,so in the current scenario selling might not be an opportunity lost
19  Economy / Economics / Re: If Bitcoin had a stable price, would it still be as popular? on: December 21, 2017, 05:58:43 PM
Do you think if BTC had a stable price which could only be altered by $0.01-0.10 it would still be as popular and as used?

Nope it wouldn't be that popular if the prices were stable, since people are investing in bitcoins with the sole reason of making profits at a quicker rate,and it wouldn't interest people if the prices were stable
20  Economy / Economics / Re: Facebook accepts Bitcoin? on: December 21, 2017, 05:56:34 PM
Hello all,
I hear of some rumors that Facebook is going to accept BTC in the near future Smiley Am i late with this news, or just misunderstand ?

BR,

Gondel

Still a rumor, it isn't true, bitcoin will still take a long time to establish itself as the mainstream currency
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