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101  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Pics of Large Miner Hosting Center Under Construction on: May 21, 2015, 04:32:05 PM
Evaporative cooling in the mountains? ....

that .03cents electricity is nice Cheesy

That isn't the only such set of buildings out in the hinterland powered by 'unregulated' coal or hydro.

When I was out in Hong Kong last year met a few people and one in particular that was simply sourcing and brokering locations just like this for people looking at the cheapest set up in the world for farms. Mainly fabricators / wallet providers or exchanges like those pictured have been setting up for over 2 years now in situations just like that. If it isn't big enough you ain't making shit your economies of scale need to be sufficient to compete against these farms in China. Whoever your NDA is with I am sure they have more NDAs with people moving the same product to Sichuan. Good luck but when you start seeing claims like yours you know something ain't right. Sounds all too familiar.

These sites are sprouting up all over where unregulated power can be sourced. One little quonset in good old oregon/washington etc ain't going to be able to compete no matter what claims are made things since Sichuan are probably cheaper by factors compared to anything in the good old USA especially with regard to miner production and shipment. But I guess that Guy at Spondoolies is wrong or has changed his mind since last year.

A month later, what is happening with cryptocurrency mining in China? August 2014

Code:
"The trend is clear if you remove BitFury 2
last DCs (June and August 2014): http://bitcoin.sipa.be/growth.png
At current BTC price and their machine cost, they’re almost
loosing money at Georgia and Iceland" - Guy

Code:
For comparison, I reached out to Bob and asked him his
thoughts on what Corem was stating.  According to Bob, in terms
of Chinese manufacturers switching to self-mining:

They’ve already been doing that for the
past two months. But not mining themselves,
they’re all into coop mode now. The manufacturers
issue the machines. The site operators invest
on the sites. They split the income between them.

Your NDA which has a version of the Chinese style shared plan with company X (Avalon likely) that provides miners is nearly a year and a half behind the Chinese and you don't have cheaper hardware or space or electricity which means you won't have profit. See BitFury Georgia DC as the example that be comparable to anywhere in the US as you would both have to have units (chips or miners) shipped from overseas / overland from China. Bitfury was not breaking even in 2014... how are you going to break even in late 2015 or 2016 with sharp downward pressure still on bitcoin price? You won't. Cost of bitcoin production anywhere with anyone, even for the most efficient and cheap hardware fabricators, is greater than the current value of the Bitcoin being mined. Just one more sustained price dip and a few more Asicminer like disappearances will happen. You are going to lose whatever you invested most likely unless you are selling cloud mining to someone then you are still going to lose your shirt no one is going to buy your cloud mining.
102  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Pics of Large Miner Hosting Center Under Construction on: May 21, 2015, 04:25:24 PM
I am sure you are under NDA.

Yup.

So were Matthew Carson and Terrence Thurber. Know those guys?

Fill your space.
Make your claims.

We will see where this ends up.

You won't be holding anywhere near 2.5% of the network.
103  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Pics of Large Miner Hosting Center Under Construction on: May 21, 2015, 10:57:23 AM
http://www.coinfox.info/index.php/en/allnews/25-company/2066-chinese-wallet-service-builds-new-bitcoin-mining-station-near-tibet

Code:
new #btc mining farm being built/expanding in
Western Sichuan near Tibet with 0.2 RMB per kWh
electrical rate

$0.03 USD.

Code:
The man in the photo is Mr. WuGang,
one famous BTC miner in China. More about him
can be found at http://www.haobtc.com.

How many petahash you got? Large? Ya ok. LOL.

This is what you think you can beat compete with?





Wonder what the cost of their rigs is?

Evaporative cooling already installed.

Dirt cheap no doubt at cost for their miners. This one farm is a significant addition to the network your hobby farm is cute and far more expensive to cool and set up initially. Good luck you need it.

See how much they they will put on the nextwork?

Code:
Tim Swanson ‏ May 19
interesting, so ~2.5% of network hashrate.

Yours? 2x or 3x production cost easily after shipping and set up.
104  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: ANTMINER S5: 1155GH(+OverClock Potential), In Stock $0.319/GH & 0.51W/GH on: May 21, 2015, 10:43:59 AM
Have Bitmain any plans on lowering S5 (and maybe shipping?) price?  Roll Eyes
I'm not really surprised they've held firm at the $340 price for so long - They are the only game in town at present, and can charge whatever they want for their products.

I not a fan of such arrogant behaviour.

As a result, for the last few months, I've been taking advantage of the low BTC/USD pricing, and every time I think about buying another miner, I just buy 1BTC instead on Coinbase and think to myself "Now wasn't that easier and more cost-effective ?"

Given the current price of ~$235 USD/BTC, it doesn't make any financial sense purchasing miners at their current pricing. An S5 priced at $340 is presently looking @ ~1year of runtime for ROI, excluding electrical and power supply costs.

It doesn't make any sense at all to buy Bitmain products, presently - A ROI will be difficult and uncertain.

Uncertain for sure.  Grin
105  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [GUIDE] B's A More Ethical & Trustworthy Miner Sellers Trustworthiness Guide on: May 21, 2015, 10:31:00 AM
Is anything worth buying? Not if ROI is something you crave or desire.


Have Bitmain any plans on lowering S5 (and maybe shipping?) price?  Roll Eyes
I'm not really surprised they've held firm at the $340 price for so long - They are the only game in town at present, and can charge whatever they want for their products.

I not a fan of such arrogant behaviour.

As a result, for the last few months, I've been taking advantage of the low BTC/USD pricing, and every time I think about buying another miner, I just buy 1BTC instead on Coinbase and think to myself "Now wasn't that easier and more cost-effective ?"

Given the current price of ~$235 USD/BTC, it doesn't make any financial sense purchasing miners at their current pricing. An S5 priced at $340 is presently looking @ ~1year of runtime for ROI, excluding electrical and power supply costs.

It doesn't make any sense at all to buy Bitmain products, presently - A ROI will be difficult and uncertain.
106  Other / Meta / Re: Minor trust score algorithm change on: May 21, 2015, 09:21:56 AM
Edited my Trust Settings and here are my results now.



Conclusion:

You can use the ~ to set whatever trust you want for any user you like really given they have a reasonable number of positive ratings already. If you don't like it get your fans to support you and change it, or if you are dogie use your shill network and attack others that post your dirty laundry in the forums and use the moderator button hard and often to get your enemies banned that is how works and will continue to work as the tweaks have already been made. Heck those with any real ethics, unlike Adam Allcock, should band together and ~ the whole default trust list and rebuild it trust in a more utopian image.

Now if only Techshare and Vod would just shake hands and broker the truce then I can remove the ~Vod and tweak my trust settings more. I hate it when daddy and daddy fight. Basically I want to add ~ to anyone they both marked negative after I review their claims except for Vod's claim against Techshare which should disappear soon enough.

Since the change:

 dogie from +63 to -481
 quickseller -20 to -90
 VOD -100 to -2011
 Techshare +100 to ? ? ?
 Bicknellski +63 to +75

I'll see how I can make you positive since I trust you and VOD.

I don't think it we be possible to trust both Tecshare and Vod's ratings simultaneously with them both showing up as trusted because vod has left negative on Tecshare.

This doesn't seem right to me, that seems too easy for users to lose their score. You can see above theymos has lots of positive from people in my trust network, but the single negative made him lose his green score.

Yeah I think something has to change. I see Tecshare at ? ??: -1 / +8 and he shouldn't lose all his green trust just because of one neg.
107  Other / Meta / Re: Minor trust score algorithm change on: May 21, 2015, 08:12:22 AM
Lobbying / popularity getting out the vote is what any system like this based on.

Do what most people do put a ~ next to all those that neg rep you including those on the default list you get your belibers to follow suit presto chango your positive. Hate Vod get everyone of your belibers to neg him he is neg to you and them. US vs. Them vs. Them. Always been this way. If your army is bigger than the default list you have sway. Please keep campaigning I'll join your army tecshare minus negging rep on Vod. I'll just copy your trust setup okay?

In situations like TECSHARE's, you can (if you trust TECSHARE and disagree with Vod) post an additional positive rating responding to whatever Vod said. This will counteract Vod's negative rating.

So in effect, what you are saying is that the trust system is no longer about who trades and who is trusted with what, rather it is now about a popularity contest, and who you can convince to join your own circlejerk club. Can you explain to me why I deserve to be excluded from the entire default trust tree over one rating while Vod can negative rate me (and lots of others) without repercussion negating my entire trust over the fact that he doesn't like what I have to say about him? Every time you "improve" the trust system it becomes more and more arbitrary and able to be manipulated from the top.


Since the change:

 dogie from +63 to -481
 quickseller -20 to -90
 VOD -100 to -2011
 Techshare +100 to ? ? ?
 Bicknellski +63 to +75

I'll see how I can make you positive since I trust you and VOD.

Edit:

Done now you are O.

Techshare Trust:   0: -1 / +42

All I did was put ~Vod.

Seems fair right?

108  Other / Meta / Re: VOD should be removed from default trust for systematic abuse of his position on: May 21, 2015, 07:56:19 AM
He will remove it if you make peace which is simple to promise and carry out as both of you are men of your word... that is what I get so far when I subtract out the negative adjectives both of you are using to describe each other.

Seems like a done deal to me.

What Theymos did or does is not really relavant if you two come to an agreement.

Simply both agree to end hostilities and he removes negative feedback. Problem solved.

Vod?

Can't we all just get along?

I trust you guys why can't you trust each other?

109  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [GUIDE] B's A More Ethical & Trustworthy Miner Sellers Trustworthiness Guide on: May 21, 2015, 07:51:36 AM
Imagine an alternate universe where angry customers of a company like Butterfly hunted down the people who ran the scam and wired their brains to permanently mine bitcoin using similar tactics from the movie Seven to keep them alive and mining as long as possible , no matter how low the hash rate just to teach other people a lesson what happens in the universe when you promise to deliver bitcoin mining equipment and you rip your customers off instead with help from jacked publications like Wired magazine who wrote articles stating they were using one of your units.



Jail time and paying back customers is fine the futuristic fictional penalties are great and all but let us be rooted in 2016/17. When Sonny will be seeing jail time.
110  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [GUIDE] B's A More Ethical & Trustworthy Miner Sellers Trustworthiness Guide on: May 21, 2015, 07:12:16 AM
BFL in the final death throws they are finally circling the drain. It is over. Thank his noodly appendage it is over!

As BFL stops paying their employees it is all but over for this scam outfit and those who would remain would be what, brainwashed?

Bets on if Bruce remains in KC?

BFL is over. I just got a call while being on vacation that no one will be getting paid to work there any more, so anyone stupid enough to workwithout pay will still be there. I'm going to miss my best bud Bruce Peterson, who showed me the ropes on how to make heat without light and watch the satoshis flow. And for the love of Satoshi wash your ass prick.

If anyone is truly interested in making sure they don't see another scamming day hurry up and call Capital One to let them know that they'd be making one of the biggest mistakes trying to salvage that snakepit.

Rock on

edited for typo...

I can confirm this as my sources say the same thing. Everyone was sent home and the only people still working there will be without pay from what I was told. They're still trying to salvage the Capital One deal, but I personally doubt that will happen.
111  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [GUIDE] B's A More Ethical & Trustworthy Miner Sellers Trustworthiness Guide on: May 21, 2015, 04:57:01 AM
Sidehack and Novak moving forward on the BM1384 Project. We all hopeful they will rescue the home user market.

Good Job Gents thanks for all the effort the community is behind you.

We as a community should, when asked and when they are ready to deliver product, help support this effort. Save a few coins everyone to help push this project forward or purchase PSU's from them at their product page here gekkoscience.com to keep them moving forward. Home mining might not be currently profitable but it might be worth the effort to keep home mining alive if it supports local builders like this. They are the real deal attempting to keep all production at the local level supporting their community in the US which is a great idea and something that should be supported.

If everything's working proper it should level out around 16.5GH. I don't have remote access to the stats page (shifted it off the VPN-capable subnet so Novak could play with the code more readily) to verify it right now, but I am admittedly disappointed in the 3-hour average currently presented. It's been running at speed for right around 4 hours. Of course, 16GH on a min-diff 128 makes for some pretty gnarley variance. The 12-hour should look much better.

Hopefully tomorrow early I can get the string L working, swap a fresh chip on and get the 3.3V RX back up. If it ends up working like I'm pretty sure it should, all I need to do after that is iron out the Compac regulator noise issue, get some solid numbers on minimum node-level capacitance to maintain balance during a two-chip initialization (testing so far indicates it's somewhere between 200 and 2000uF) and lay into some PCB redesigns. Heck, if the Compac gets to working, the Amita should be a single revision because the chip extension is pretty trivial compared to the friggin' month I've lost to regulator issues.
112  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [GUIDE] B's A More Ethical & Trustworthy Miner Sellers Trustworthiness Guide on: May 21, 2015, 04:54:10 AM
I am so sorry jekecoin there were too many mix signals sent out from this community on these scammers and it is a shame considering how much clear evidence there was that this would happen.

Why were Loshia and Dogie such big supporters of Technobit.eu given the substantial evidence of fraud from the company very very early on?

Why do they still constantly harass me in these forums and this thread?

Is it because I called them out on supporting Martin and they were part of the fraud?

Maybe just maybe they should ADMIT they were wrong or accept they were part of the scam before this gets worse?

I hate to say it but I told you so. I told you so. I told you so. I bloody told you so!  Angry

ive been waiting since 2015-02-17 for a HEX4RBox

sent 3 emails now to them and not a single reply and 3 dates have passed on there site for shipping and yet no box or even a reply to my emails

good ive pay for them via paypal
going to give them 2 more weeks and still if no box or at the very least a email will report them for fraud as there selling goods i don't even believe they have  

if your reading this TECHNOBIT my order is FUCVIKLCA
i suggest you get back to me asap
I'm waiting from 2014-12-21, and I don't get my money......
Looks like Martin Sirakov aka Technomachinex/Technobit from Sofia ran off with the money, that is $565,000 in bitcoin alone, plus a yet unknown amount in cash/bank/credit card payments. Has anyone contacted their banking or credit card company yet and reported fraud? I can't believe the inertnes of some on this matter while Martin Sirakov is laughing all the way to the bank. Time to address Bulgaria's justice authorities on this matter, this guy belongs in prison.

And I maybe never get my money back Sad
113  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Pics of Large Miner Hosting Center Under Construction on: May 20, 2015, 04:48:02 PM
<snip>

Yawn. Do what you gotta do. Believe what you gotta believe.
114  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: Summer Mining - Fans/Other summer equipment on: May 20, 2015, 04:45:03 PM
Better hurry... last summer mining you will be doing suggest you make it count.


The price of bitcoin has stabilized in recent months. This improves the perspectives of Chinese miners who construct new mines in the region with cheap energy.

A specialist on Chinese digital economy and the author of three books, Tim Swanson published photos of the new farm in his twitter:

The miners build their station in the place where energy is really cheap – and they pay just 0.03 USD per 1 kWh. This makes Sichuan a fertile ground for miners.

Swanson does not name the firm which is in charge of “bitcoin farm”, but a short search shows that the company in question is HaoBTC.

“HaoBTC is an interest-bearing multi-funciton wallet service. We provide interest-bearing wallet service as well as onchain multisig vault service.”
Presently the company promises a dividend rate at about 10% on any bitcoin deposit. It claims that their clients can take the money out of the wallet like fiat coins out of the pocket.

Now the company has invested in bitcoin mining. One of the creators of the new “bitcoin mine” and Forbes columnist, Eric Mu even promises to spend three months working at a new mine.

As CoinFox reported earlier, Chinese bitcoin companies continue to build mines all over the country. In the beginning of 2015 Motherboard site published a video about Chinese “bitcoin mine” place in one of the northern provinces of the country. The mining complex occupies several floors in the industrial building. Four people working in shifts supervise long lines of computers that produced bitcoins every hour. Owners of the business claim that despite all the difficulties with the status of bitcoin in China the business is profitable – and the new bitcoin mine in Sichuan confirms that this is a trend.

Source: http://www.coinfox.info/index.php/en/allnews/25-company/2066-chinese-wallet-service-builds-new-bitcoin-mining-station-near-tibet

Edit: Here is the EVAPORATION cooling shown on the side of these warehouses at this site in Tibet. Will be 2.5% of the total network when done.
115  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Pics of Large Miner Hosting Center Under Construction on: May 20, 2015, 04:25:19 PM
More than just haters... people with a clue giving their expert opinion.

In other news, ASICSPACE fired their CEO, Damir Kalinkin, last week. I believe the exact process was that the shareholders held a vote of no confidence, then cleared out the Board of Directors (of which Damir was a member), and then the new Board fired Damir. In my (biased?) opinion, Damir was the worst part of ASICSPACE, and responsible for the most egregious misdeeds I have heard attributed to them. With Damir gone, I expect ASICSPACE to improve considerably. Robert is a nice guy, and I like him. From what I have seen, Robert wants to treat his customers properly, unlike Damir, who treats customers as a resource to be exploited.

However, I do not see how Damir can be responsible for the heat, airflow, and networking problems that ASICSPACE has had. He is not a technical person at all. Those issues were due to the decisions made by the engineer and contractors who built the facility and the person who oversaw them, Robert.

When I was at ASICSPACE earlier today, the conditions were considerably improved. The nine flexible ducts that were previously just neutral pressure outside-air intakes have now been connected to a 125 ton portable AC unit on a trailer, powered by what appeared to be a 400 amp 480V 3-phase connection. I didn't go into the cold aisles, but they appeared to be only slightly negatively pressurized relative to the hot aisles, maybe around 10 or 20% of what they had been at before. The general building interior (contiguous with the hot aisles) was strongly positively pressurized relative to the outside air, and the airflow out the open front door was very strong, maybe 50,000 to 100,000 CFM. The exhaust air from S4s felt like about 40 to 45°C, suggesting cold aisle temps around 30 to 35°C. Still high, but no longer unsafe. Most of the miners in their facility appeared to be on and hashing, although I did hear S4 beeps coming from somewhere.

ASICSPACE appears to be making a good faith effort to maintain proper operating conditions in their facility. They are putting a lot of money behind that effort. Unfortunately, they are spending it on the wrong things, like the air conditioning unit instead of a bunch of high-throughput fans. They don't need colder air, they just need more fresh air. However, the AC unit they are renting did come with a large fan inside, so there's that.


<snip the kitty>

I'll refrain from posting my electric rate, or the historic yearly electric rate increase from 1960 to now, or any valid refutations to a pessimistic troll hiding under the all-seeing vigilante bridge.

Your competition? No haters just realists.

The price of bitcoin has stabilized in recent months. This improves the perspectives of Chinese miners who construct new mines in the region with cheap energy.

A specialist on Chinese digital economy and the author of three books, Tim Swanson published photos of the new farm in his twitter:

The miners build their station in the place where energy is really cheap – and they pay just 0.3 USD per 1 kWh. This makes Sichuan a fertile ground for miners.

Swanson does not name the firm which is in charge of “bitcoin farm”, but a short search shows that the company in question is HaoBTC.

“HaoBTC is an interest-bearing multi-funciton wallet service. We provide interest-bearing wallet service as well as onchain multisig vault service.”
Presently the company promises a dividend rate at about 10% on any bitcoin deposit. It claims that their clients can take the money out of the wallet like fiat coins out of the pocket.

Now the company has invested in bitcoin mining. One of the creators of the new “bitcoin mine” and Forbes columnist, Eric Mu even promises to spend three months working at a new mine.

As CoinFox reported earlier, Chinese bitcoin companies continue to build mines all over the country. In the beginning of 2015 Motherboard site published a video about Chinese “bitcoin mine” place in one of the northern provinces of the country. The mining complex occupies several floors in the industrial building. Four people working in shifts supervise long lines of computers that produced bitcoins every hour. Owners of the business claim that despite all the difficulties with the status of bitcoin in China the business is profitable – and the new bitcoin mine in Sichuan confirms that this is a trend.

Source: http://www.coinfox.info/index.php/en/allnews/25-company/2066-chinese-wallet-service-builds-new-bitcoin-mining-station-near-tibet
116  Other / Meta / Re: VOD should be removed from default trust for systematic abuse of his position on: May 20, 2015, 04:07:24 PM
The more you two attack one another the more time you waste which would be better spent on fixing real problems.

He offered and you offered to resolve it. Why do both of you persist in keeping it going?



If we could do away with the brinkmanship and name calling I am sure you two have an agreement already.

He stops pestering you. You remove the feedback and all is good.

Outstretched hands, shake and move on.
117  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [GUIDE] B's A More Ethical & Trustworthy Miner Sellers Trustworthiness Guide on: May 20, 2015, 12:25:27 PM
Why were Loshia and Dogie such big supporters of Technobit.eu given the substantial evidence of fraud from the company very very early on?

Why do they still constantly harass me in these forums and this thread?

Is it because I called them out on supporting Martin and they were part of the fraud?

Maybe just maybe they should ADMIT they were wrong or accept they were part of the scam before this gets worse?

I hate to say it but I told you so. I told you so. I told you so. I bloody told you so!  Angry

ive been waiting since 2015-02-17 for a HEX4RBox

sent 3 emails now to them and not a single reply and 3 dates have passed on there site for shipping and yet no box or even a reply to my emails

good ive pay for them via paypal
going to give them 2 more weeks and still if no box or at the very least a email will report them for fraud as there selling goods i don't even believe they have  

if your reading this TECHNOBIT my order is FUCVIKLCA
i suggest you get back to me asap
I'm waiting from 2014-12-21, and I don't get my money......
Looks like Martin Sirakov aka Technomachinex/Technobit from Sofia ran off with the money, that is $565,000 in bitcoin alone, plus a yet unknown amount in cash/bank/credit card payments. Has anyone contacted their banking or credit card company yet and reported fraud? I can't believe the inertnes of some on this matter while Martin Sirakov is laughing all the way to the bank. Time to address Bulgaria's justice authorities on this matter, this guy belongs in prison.
118  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: MRKLYE is a scammer, scammed 20 BTC and yet has GREEN trust, FIX! on: May 20, 2015, 09:31:15 AM
Here is his username:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=130731

Here is his trust page where you can see all of said info about his scam and all the references needed:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=130731

He scammed over 20 BTC for his porn site and simply gambled it away. He is a degenerate gambler. For those on default trust please leave him a negative as he cannot be in green as he is a scammer.

He claims to be paying back the 20+ BTC but yet continues to gamble on Just-Dice and other sites and has paid back a mere 1 BTC or less or so of the debt to date. Its been over a year.

Need this fixed guys!

I had removed my positive some time back but now adding a neutral for this theft by Mrkyle. Addiction makes him a bad risk forever.
119  Other / Meta / Re: Quickseller's feedback on my account on: May 20, 2015, 09:15:02 AM
Can we see evidence to support those scam claims?

That would be huge if it exists.

Oh come on QS. I still don't care about your trust rating but I'm happy that an arrogant person like you is affected by the default trust position. I did not know that you were obsessed by this position and you got removed because of your own bad deeds of cursing and criticizing me. I haven't done anything wrong on this forum nor will I ever do. People who want to trade with me will still do irrespective of my trust rating. I won't turn into a bad person just because of your arrogance.


You are trying to quote my contradicting statements? LOL! It shows me what kind of a person you are in real life.


1.The fact that you supported the cheat who wanted to scam me and my mother of $1000 and then you wanted to get me sued proves that it's not me who is wrong, it's you.

2. You went on to support a ponzi signature campaign as you were serving as an escrow. You did not even leave a negative on his account because you dint consider it important. Excellent as you served as an escrow right?

3. You created so many accounts and kept on posting through all of those accounts just to earn money to sell them. Selling accounts is unethical and immoral which you showed that you are.

4. You abuse people and hate those who criticize you. The fact that it is you who is screaming here on my thread that I kept criticizing you and wanted you out of the DF proves that you think so small of me when I haven't done anything wrong to you.

5. You make so many assumptions that anyone can be a scammer here which proves that your judgement cannot be trusted.



The issues you had with me:

1. I don't support escrow (Makes me look like a scammer agree)

2. I make the buyer go first (Makes me look like a scammer agree)

3. I said as an example that if I get a better trade, I can back out (I agree but I never said that it was a confirmed trade. That you wanted to assume so that you could leave a feedback which you were dying to do for so long. This got you out of the DF and you keep blaming me for that.)

4. You claim that this is a purchased account.

Anything else that's wrong with me?

1. I used MZ as an escrow for a deal.

2. I went first with MZ and even with another member of this forum who owns get-paid website.

3. I never backed out of any deal till date.

4. Badbear knows the truth and even MZ has proven that the BTC address is the same.


You can note the clear difference between me and you. All your claims have been proven false.



Now you are trying to message Badbear and talk bad about me to get your position back? Go ahead and show me your real side. That's what you are. Not a scam buster but just a show off.
120  Other / Meta / Re: PICISI (Philanthropic Investment and Charity for Inventions, Startups, an Ideas) on: May 20, 2015, 08:59:53 AM
If he was sending unsolicited PM to forum users (and you are a forum user) IMO you should report him for this spammy behaviour.

I did report this message.

Got him banned maybe?
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