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1  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: SCAM: MinexPay crypto debit card by minexpay.com / Minexcoin on: February 07, 2019, 03:04:10 PM

Accidentally,rushing to post newest Minex fake news , Yurez 83 revealed his true identity in the video he posted :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qyhAzxwbI8&feature=youtu.be


His real name is: Юpий Пoгpeбняк - Yurii Pohrebniak








So in his haste to scam people with his referral link, he doxxed himself?

Oh my fucking god.

Yurez 83 is not the sharpest tool in the box is he?

He obviously took down the video once he realized he fucked up.

Oh man, this is hilarious.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Grin Grin Grin Grin Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss

2  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: SCAM: MinexPay crypto debit card by minexpay.com / Minexcoin on: February 05, 2019, 02:37:04 AM


These are some of the scammers behind the Minex and Republia scams !

Let me get this right?

These twats are all part of some scammy construction company that have jumped on the blockchain/crypto bandwagon so they can scam money to help

prop Boris's failing construction business?

And Yurez is actually Boris's employee/bitch?

It would be safe to assume that Temuk is also involved with Boris too.

 Roll Eyes
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Minexcoin - A new era of payments on: November 24, 2018, 09:40:50 AM
Let minexcoin go ahead . There were so many rubbish fuds going around here and it seems They have controlled this thread without any actions from This thread owner .

Rubbish Fud?

Are you fucking blind you CUNT?

Or you a fucking asshole bagholder who hopes to dump his shitcoin on noobs?

Go fucking choke on a dick you prick.

 Roll Eyes
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] | PARAGON | Revolutionizing the Cannabis Industry | on: November 18, 2018, 07:35:47 AM

This is important information, hence, you should have specific figures/ statistics to support your judgement.
Arbitrarily judgement might cause dramatic loss or too risky investment decision.

Stop chatting shit you fucking bounty whore.

The reason Paragon is spinning this as a good thing is that a lot of people won't probably be able to prove their purchase or will be unwilling to.

The Paragon scamming cunts are in essence getting off lightly.

They should have been thrown in jail straight away.

But sadly, that's not how the world works.

5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] TenX: Making Blockchain assets spendable on: November 17, 2018, 01:47:12 PM












Julian Hosp is going to jail.

6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Minexcoin - A new era of payments on: November 17, 2018, 12:36:17 PM
You are lying again and again. You must be very much pissed off because your house of cards is crumbling on you.With every new lie you are digging yourself deeper and deeper.
Not pissed off that all. I happily keep holding. nothing is crumbling. Only your intelligence is.


I saw so call test cards so many times and you are not one who can tell me what they are and how they look. For the simpletons I will explain one more time:
LieYou can't have in person since you never run a card program yourself. Everything you think you know how a card program works is based on assumption since you have not been involved yourself.


- before you get any cards you have to accomplish all complicate procedures
- then you have to get approval from VISA or Mastercard about card visual look and I know that it needs time (1-3 months,sometimes even more)
- then you have to make a contract with card manufacturer about specifications of your card,chip you want to use,etc
- then and only then you get first batch of fully functioning cards (with your logo, names ,number,chip, etc)
- you then test your system(software) , NOT CARDS, to see if your software works or not - CARDS are testing by its manufacturer,  not by you and you cant get any cards before manufacturer gives you green light that card is working

So,because I know how it is going I know you are lying. You cant get to test blank cards without logo,number or else. You get fully working cards with your logo,names,chip,security features,etc and then and only then you are testing just your software, NOT CARDS - IS THAT CLEAR !
Lie You can. There must be communication between the minexpay and bank systems. The bank supply an API for that. Bank can just issue one of their normal credit cards for the API and system to be tested. Just like what is done now with the test cards. Nobody said they were the final Minexpay cards. The systems are being tested.

One another thing - bank is not printing cards. It just proceed your request to manufacturer with necessary data,after you get green light that everything is OK.
Always going to the technicalities, you know what i mean. Who cares who prints its it will always be comissioned by the bank.

This is not an easy task,it takes many months and there is not shortcut or workaround.
Much more serious companies needed 8-10 months to get cards and now you tell me that superman Boris can get it for 10-15 days(he broke agreement with scammy Novarise Secrecy at the end of October and then started looking for another issuer) HuhHuhHuh?  :
Again flawed thinking. Just because they had a deal with NovaRise with scammed MinexSystems doesn't mean they didn't have other lines of communication open.
You really think that all the work to be done has to do with the bank. the 8 to 10 months work mostly has to do with regulatory work,gaining operating licenses from governments, when a deal falls through you don't have to throw that all away and start from scratch.

Is that same man :

- who promised investors 84,88% of MNX coin value growth till 15th.Ocotober. 2018
- same man,so call experienced economist, who gives 70% Ponzian annual parking rate to investors + 84,88% promise of value growth,
Lie It was not a promise. It was a target! There is a big difference here. If the minexbank reserve was larger we maybe could have reached it. But nobody will know for sure.
Ultimately you can't control people, people will sell or buy whenever they like. Minexbank can't control people. I think we all wanted it did, but then again if they had a algorithm that could predict human behaviour 100% i think they would starting an entirely different bussiness.
Minexbank is ultimately something that needs to be revised. But first the coin needs to real uses instead of being just a speculative instrument otherwise there wont be natural growth but just price inflation without anything backing it up.

- same man who are advertising for months cards with all specifications( limits,fees) ,despit he never had any agreement with some card issuer
You forget the card is basically a credit card used as a debit card like has been shares earlier. If i load a card with 20.000 euro's i could spend all of it in day even if my credit limit was 1000 dollars. Because it's debit!
No need to discuss credit limits with bank when all you use is debit.

- same man who was lying how he has a contract with CSOB bank
Lie!. MinexSystems really thought they had a deal. Its not their fault they got scammed by a con-man

- same man who made a deal with proved scammer from Novarise Secrecy to obtain him cards without that so much annoying procedures
Even you could have been conned, nobody is infoulable.

- same man which company lost 40X !!! its value during a year
Lie!. The company does not run on MNX funds. they have had their own outside investors. They're business is un from their own fiat bank accounts.
They don't rely on the price of MNX.

- same man who despite all his failures with Minex,prepare to lauch another ICO with same features as Minex has (parking rate,debit cards,...)
Another Lie Project Republia is by Boris is his son yes.He's perfectly okay to run his own crypto projects. Boris only acts as escrow and maybe advising.  Everything else you say in based in assumption.
You whine about having parking, and debit cards. but forget thats only a small part of RPB
RPB is a Ethereum competitor, totally different from MNX. If RPB wants to have debit cards why not do it through white labeling Minexpay. Win-Win for everybody
More money flowing into the Minexcoin eco-system. A partnership in this could be a good thing



"You can't have in person since you never run a card program yourself. Everything you think you know how a card program works is based on assumption since you have not been involved yourself"

- This is exactly what are you doing.You dont have a clue how card program works,you have never run it,but you give other people lectures as an expert.For your info - I worked 8 years in banking sector.Not directly with card program,but Iam knowing very good how it works and what are needed requirements and procedures.All I said is not assumtions(that is what you are doing) but facts.  


"Always going to the technicalities, you know what i mean. Who cares who prints its it will always be comissioned by the bank."

- Your statement about " technicalities" just expose you as a complete amateur who dont have a clue about it. One more thing - banks are not exclusive card program issuers. VISA and Mastercard give licenses to the other financial companies too. Banks are exclusive issuers of credit cards only.Debit card can issue bank or some other financial company who get license from VISA or Mastercard.


"Again flawed thinking. Just because they had a deal with NovaRise with scammed MinexSystems doesn't mean they didn't have other lines of communication open.
You really think that all the work to be done has to do with the bank. the 8 to 10 months work mostly has to do with regulatory work,gaining operating licenses from governments, when a deal falls through you don't have to throw that all away and start from scratch."

- Minex is advertising non-existing card program for months.They have no contract ,no nothing.8-10 months are not just regulatory things as you think. There are so much paper works, so many requirements.It is not a  task for 1-2 individuals,but for team of people specialized in financial business. Chain2Pay ,company founded by Minex to provide payment card services has NO ANY FINANCIAL BUSINESS LICENSE. NONE. Chain2pay has no any employees,just founder Boris,so I cant see how it can accomplish such complicated procedure not in 8-10 months,but ever.  Chain2Pay was founded on 18th.september.2018. All regulatory and card program licenses have to be tied to this company and Minex couldnt obtain them earlier when company didnt even exist.  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy  


It was not a promise. It was a target! There is a big difference here. If the minexbank reserve was larger we maybe could have reached it. But nobody will know for sure.
Ultimately you can't control people, people will sell or buy whenever they like. Minexbank can't control people. I think we all wanted it did, but then again if they had a algorithm that could predict human behaviour 100% i think they would starting an entirely different bussiness.
Minexbank is ultimately something that needs to be revised. But first the coin needs to real uses instead of being just a speculative instrument otherwise there wont be natural growth but just price inflation without anything backing it up.

- Yes it was a promise. You can talk about it as a target if Boris did his presentation just for his employees,as a plan for company in the next period. But he didnt do that.He made public presentation for investors,gave false promises ,lied and misleading people deliberately. Only this is more than enough for SEC to make a public example from him and Minex.


You forget the card is basically a credit card used as a debit card like has been shares earlier. If i load a card with 20.000 euro's i could spend all of it in day even if my credit limit was 1000 dollars. Because it's debit!
No need to discuss credit limits with bank when all you use is debit.

- OMG. "the card is basically a credit card used as a debit card" - WOW! - that is such nonsens that made me speechless.


- OMG No2. "No need to discuss credit limits with bank when all you use is debit".- you cant advertising payment cards with all thiers specifications, before you have a contract with card issuer !!! Before that you cant know what the exact specifications will be !




MinexSystems really thought they had a deal(CSOB bank). Its not their fault they got scammed by a con-man

- Yes it is Minex fault.There are so much public evidences that Novarise Secrecy owner is a convicted fraudster,but Minex didnt check his credibility. That thing alone shows clearly how people from Minex are unprofessional,not to say something worse. And you tell me that these people can obtain financial and payment card program license few times faster than every other company!?Huh - OMG No.3



The company does not run on MNX funds. they have had their own outside investors. They're business is un from their own fiat bank accounts.
They don't rely on the price of MNX.

- Well,when some company loses 97.5% of its value for a year it tells so much about company.Obviously, investors has no any trust in it,so they are selling theirs assets as fast as possible to get away from crumbling company. Remember- price of company is closely tied with investors trust in it !!!



Project Republia is by Boris is his son yes.He's perfectly okay to run his own crypto projects. Boris only acts as escrow and maybe advising.  Everything else you say in based in assumption.
You whine about having parking, and debit cards. but forget thats only a small part of RPB
RPB is a Ethereum competitor, totally different from MNX. If RPB wants to have debit cards why not do it through white labeling Minexpay. Win-Win for everybody
More money flowing into the Minexcoin eco-system. A partnership in this could be a good thing


- Well,I can say that daddy gifted an ICO to his son. Minex and Republia share same program( parking rates,debit card program,how banks works,etc...) So it can be said that Republia is copy of Minex with some minor changes.  "RPB as Ethereum competitor" - WOW, that is a spirit! Unfortunately it is just a dream and nothing else. Dream on.





and that's how you bitch slap scammers.

 Grin
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Minexcoin - A new era of payments on: November 17, 2018, 08:21:30 AM
https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2018-264

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
2018-264

Washington D.C., Nov. 16, 2018 —
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced settled charges against two companies that sold digital tokens in initial coin offerings (ICOs).  These are the Commission’s first cases imposing civil penalties solely for ICO securities offering registration violations. Both companies have agreed to return funds to harmed investors, register the tokens as securities, file periodic reports with the Commission, and pay penalties.

According to the SEC’s orders, both CarrierEQ Inc. (Airfox) and Paragon Coin Inc. conducted ICOs in 2017 after the Commission warned that ICOs can be securities offerings in its DAO Report of Investigation.  Airfox, a Boston-based startup, raised approximately $15 million worth of digital assets to finance its development of a token-denominated “ecosystem” starting with a mobile application that would allow users in emerging markets to earn tokens and exchange them for data by interacting with advertisements.  Paragon, an online entity, raised approximately $12 million worth of digital assets to develop and implement its business plan to add blockchain technology to the cannabis industry and work toward legalization of cannabis. Neither Airfox nor Paragon registered their ICOs pursuant to the federal securities laws, nor did they qualify for an exemption to the registration requirements.

“We have made it clear that companies that issue securities through ICOs are required to comply with existing statutes and rules governing the registration of securities,” said Stephanie Avakian, Co-Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.  “These cases tell those who are considering taking similar actions that we continue to be on the lookout for violations of the federal securities laws with respect to digital assets.”

“By providing investors who purchased securities in these ICOs with the opportunity to be reimbursed and having the issuers register their tokens with the SEC, these orders provide a model for companies that have issued tokens in ICOs and seek to comply with the federal securities laws,” said Steven Peikin, Co-Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.

Today’s cases follow the Commission’s first non-fraud ICO registration case, Munchee, Inc.  The Commission did not impose a penalty or include undertakings from Munchee, which stopped its offering before delivering any tokens and promptly returned proceeds to investors.

The orders impose $250,000 penalties against each company and include undertakings to compensate harmed investors who purchased tokens in the illegal offerings.  The companies also will register their tokens as securities pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and file periodic reports with the Commission for at least one year.  Airfox and Paragon consented to the orders without admitting or denying the findings.

The investigation into Paragon was conducted by Pamela Sawhney of the Enforcement Division’s Cyber Unit and was supervised by Robert A. Cohen, Chief of the Cyber Unit.  The investigation into AirFox was conducted by Colin D. Forbes, Emily R. Holness, and Michael J. Vito and supervised by Celia D. Moore, Amy S. Gwiazda, and John T. Dugan of the Boston Regional Office.  The SEC appreciates the assistance of the Massachusetts Securities Division.





SEC is starting to come down hard on ICOs as illegal sales of securities.

ICOs have to refund their investors.

If anyone from the States took part in the Minex ICO and Republia ICOs you should get in touch with the SEC.

Doesn't matter that these cunts are from abroad.

They are meant to go to conferences supposedly in the States soon.

Get these cunts thrown in jail and ask for your money back.

They are blatantly scamming.

I fully expect that the SEC's European counterparts will also be doing the same.

So, don't think that you scamming twats are safe.

Save all your transactions so you can prove when you bought and sold the tokens, especially if you sold at a loss.

These are needed as evidence for refunds.



All people should give SEC video about how Minex CEO gives false promises:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQvs_4c39cs

I download it from Youtube in full HD,because there is a significant chance that it will be erased.

























SEC just started with their enforcement actions against ICOs.

If you think that you are safe just because you are in Europe, you're sadly deluded.

Expect the European Financial authorities to be watching very closely and to be initiating similar actions.

Keep scamming to your heart's content.

And I feel sorry for TeMhuk. He's being used as an expendable pawn by the Minex team.

8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] ICONOMI - Digital Assets Management Platform on: November 17, 2018, 06:36:55 AM
https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2018-264


Washington D.C., Nov. 16, 2018 —
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced settled charges against two companies that sold digital tokens in initial coin offerings (ICOs).  These are the Commission’s first cases imposing civil penalties solely for ICO securities offering registration violations.  Both companies have agreed to return funds to harmed investors, register the tokens as securities, file periodic reports with the Commission, and pay penalties.

...




Hello you cunts. long time no see.

ICOs are starting to get rekt by the SEC

Hope Jani has enough money stashed for refunds.

 Grin

SEC can go fuck itself. Doesn't apply to this project.
Only US start-ups and investors should be concerned.


Am sure plenty of US based investards who threw money at Jani's ICO beg to differ.

There were quite a few if memory serves me right.

Good luck.

 Kiss
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🔥Republia: Leading-Edge Ecosystem and Technology on: November 17, 2018, 06:21:06 AM
https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2018-264

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
2018-264

Washington D.C., Nov. 16, 2018 —
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced settled charges against two companies that sold digital tokens in initial coin offerings (ICOs).  These are the Commission’s first cases imposing civil penalties solely for ICO securities offering registration violations. Both companies have agreed to return funds to harmed investors, register the tokens as securities, file periodic reports with the Commission, and pay penalties.

According to the SEC’s orders, both CarrierEQ Inc. (Airfox) and Paragon Coin Inc. conducted ICOs in 2017 after the Commission warned that ICOs can be securities offerings in its DAO Report of Investigation.  Airfox, a Boston-based startup, raised approximately $15 million worth of digital assets to finance its development of a token-denominated “ecosystem” starting with a mobile application that would allow users in emerging markets to earn tokens and exchange them for data by interacting with advertisements.  Paragon, an online entity, raised approximately $12 million worth of digital assets to develop and implement its business plan to add blockchain technology to the cannabis industry and work toward legalization of cannabis. Neither Airfox nor Paragon registered their ICOs pursuant to the federal securities laws, nor did they qualify for an exemption to the registration requirements.

“We have made it clear that companies that issue securities through ICOs are required to comply with existing statutes and rules governing the registration of securities,” said Stephanie Avakian, Co-Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.  “These cases tell those who are considering taking similar actions that we continue to be on the lookout for violations of the federal securities laws with respect to digital assets.”

“By providing investors who purchased securities in these ICOs with the opportunity to be reimbursed and having the issuers register their tokens with the SEC, these orders provide a model for companies that have issued tokens in ICOs and seek to comply with the federal securities laws,” said Steven Peikin, Co-Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.

Today’s cases follow the Commission’s first non-fraud ICO registration case, Munchee, Inc.  The Commission did not impose a penalty or include undertakings from Munchee, which stopped its offering before delivering any tokens and promptly returned proceeds to investors.

The orders impose $250,000 penalties against each company and include undertakings to compensate harmed investors who purchased tokens in the illegal offerings.  The companies also will register their tokens as securities pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and file periodic reports with the Commission for at least one year.  Airfox and Paragon consented to the orders without admitting or denying the findings.

The investigation into Paragon was conducted by Pamela Sawhney of the Enforcement Division’s Cyber Unit and was supervised by Robert A. Cohen, Chief of the Cyber Unit.  The investigation into AirFox was conducted by Colin D. Forbes, Emily R. Holness, and Michael J. Vito and supervised by Celia D. Moore, Amy S. Gwiazda, and John T. Dugan of the Boston Regional Office.  The SEC appreciates the assistance of the Massachusetts Securities Division.





SEC is starting to come down hard on ICOs as illegal sales of securities.

ICOs have to refund their investors.

If anyone from the States took part in the Minex ICO and Republia ICOs you should get in touch with the SEC.

Doesn't matter that these cunts are from abroad.

They are meant to go to conferences supposedly in the States soon.

Get these cunts thrown in jail and ask for your money back.

They are blatantly scamming.

I fully expect that the SEC's European counterparts will also be doing the same.

So, don't think that you scamming twats are safe.

Save all your transactions so you can prove when you bought the tokens in the ICO.

They can be used as evidence to ask for refunds.


10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Minexcoin - A new era of payments on: November 17, 2018, 06:20:06 AM
https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2018-264

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
2018-264

Washington D.C., Nov. 16, 2018 —
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced settled charges against two companies that sold digital tokens in initial coin offerings (ICOs).  These are the Commission’s first cases imposing civil penalties solely for ICO securities offering registration violations. Both companies have agreed to return funds to harmed investors, register the tokens as securities, file periodic reports with the Commission, and pay penalties.

According to the SEC’s orders, both CarrierEQ Inc. (Airfox) and Paragon Coin Inc. conducted ICOs in 2017 after the Commission warned that ICOs can be securities offerings in its DAO Report of Investigation.  Airfox, a Boston-based startup, raised approximately $15 million worth of digital assets to finance its development of a token-denominated “ecosystem” starting with a mobile application that would allow users in emerging markets to earn tokens and exchange them for data by interacting with advertisements.  Paragon, an online entity, raised approximately $12 million worth of digital assets to develop and implement its business plan to add blockchain technology to the cannabis industry and work toward legalization of cannabis. Neither Airfox nor Paragon registered their ICOs pursuant to the federal securities laws, nor did they qualify for an exemption to the registration requirements.

“We have made it clear that companies that issue securities through ICOs are required to comply with existing statutes and rules governing the registration of securities,” said Stephanie Avakian, Co-Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.  “These cases tell those who are considering taking similar actions that we continue to be on the lookout for violations of the federal securities laws with respect to digital assets.”

“By providing investors who purchased securities in these ICOs with the opportunity to be reimbursed and having the issuers register their tokens with the SEC, these orders provide a model for companies that have issued tokens in ICOs and seek to comply with the federal securities laws,” said Steven Peikin, Co-Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.

Today’s cases follow the Commission’s first non-fraud ICO registration case, Munchee, Inc.  The Commission did not impose a penalty or include undertakings from Munchee, which stopped its offering before delivering any tokens and promptly returned proceeds to investors.

The orders impose $250,000 penalties against each company and include undertakings to compensate harmed investors who purchased tokens in the illegal offerings.  The companies also will register their tokens as securities pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and file periodic reports with the Commission for at least one year.  Airfox and Paragon consented to the orders without admitting or denying the findings.

The investigation into Paragon was conducted by Pamela Sawhney of the Enforcement Division’s Cyber Unit and was supervised by Robert A. Cohen, Chief of the Cyber Unit.  The investigation into AirFox was conducted by Colin D. Forbes, Emily R. Holness, and Michael J. Vito and supervised by Celia D. Moore, Amy S. Gwiazda, and John T. Dugan of the Boston Regional Office.  The SEC appreciates the assistance of the Massachusetts Securities Division.





SEC is starting to come down hard on ICOs as illegal sales of securities.

ICOs have to refund their investors.

If anyone from the States took part in the Minex ICO and Republia ICOs you should get in touch with the SEC.

Doesn't matter that these cunts are from abroad.

They are meant to go to conferences supposedly in the States soon.

Get these cunts thrown in jail and ask for your money back.

They are blatantly scamming.

I fully expect that the SEC's European counterparts will also be doing the same.

So, don't think that you scamming twats are safe.

Save all your transactions so you can prove when you bought and sold the tokens, especially if you sold at a loss.

These are needed as evidence for refunds.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] | PARAGON | Revolutionizing the Cannabis Industry | on: November 17, 2018, 06:16:07 AM
Paragon got rekt by the SEC

https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2018-264

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
2018-264

Washington D.C., Nov. 16, 2018 —
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced settled charges against two companies that sold digital tokens in initial coin offerings (ICOs).  These are the Commission’s first cases imposing civil penalties solely for ICO securities offering registration violations.  Both companies have agreed to return funds to harmed investors, register the tokens as securities, file periodic reports with the Commission, and pay penalties.

According to the SEC’s orders, both CarrierEQ Inc. (Airfox) and Paragon Coin Inc. conducted ICOs in 2017 after the Commission warned that ICOs can be securities offerings in its DAO Report of Investigation.  Airfox, a Boston-based startup, raised approximately $15 million worth of digital assets to finance its development of a token-denominated “ecosystem” starting with a mobile application that would allow users in emerging markets to earn tokens and exchange them for data by interacting with advertisements.  Paragon, an online entity, raised approximately $12 million worth of digital assets to develop and implement its business plan to add blockchain technology to the cannabis industry and work toward legalization of cannabis. Neither Airfox nor Paragon registered their ICOs pursuant to the federal securities laws, nor did they qualify for an exemption to the registration requirements.

“We have made it clear that companies that issue securities through ICOs are required to comply with existing statutes and rules governing the registration of securities,” said Stephanie Avakian, Co-Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.  “These cases tell those who are considering taking similar actions that we continue to be on the lookout for violations of the federal securities laws with respect to digital assets.”

“By providing investors who purchased securities in these ICOs with the opportunity to be reimbursed and having the issuers register their tokens with the SEC, these orders provide a model for companies that have issued tokens in ICOs and seek to comply with the federal securities laws,” said Steven Peikin, Co-Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.

Today’s cases follow the Commission’s first non-fraud ICO registration case, Munchee, Inc.  The Commission did not impose a penalty or include undertakings from Munchee, which stopped its offering before delivering any tokens and promptly returned proceeds to investors.

The orders impose $250,000 penalties against each company and include undertakings to compensate harmed investors who purchased tokens in the illegal offerings.  The companies also will register their tokens as securities pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and file periodic reports with the Commission for at least one year.  Airfox and Paragon consented to the orders without admitting or denying the findings.

The investigation into Paragon was conducted by Pamela Sawhney of the Enforcement Division’s Cyber Unit and was supervised by Robert A. Cohen, Chief of the Cyber Unit.  The investigation into AirFox was conducted by Colin D. Forbes, Emily R. Holness, and Michael J. Vito and supervised by Celia D. Moore, Amy S. Gwiazda, and John T. Dugan of the Boston Regional Office.  The SEC appreciates the assistance of the Massachusetts Securities Division.

Do people that took part in the ICO have to do anything or is this only related to people that currently hold Paragon? If you know.

It's for people who took part in the ICO and who can prove they suffered a financial loss.

And for those who took part in the ICO and still hold Paragon tokens.

Obviously check for news but that's what it's been said so far

Iterestingly enough, when I try to access my account on paragoncoin.com it says that my email does not exist (even though it says it's the same credentials as the crowd-sale account). Chrome has my login saved for that exact site but they claim it doesn't exist.

It'll be hard to prove anything at this rate I'd say.


hey Hhampuz, there's a good thread on twatter about the SEC decision.

https://twitter.com/jchervinsky/status/1063662992359915525

Maybe you might find some helpful info in there.

Regards.

12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] | PARAGON | Revolutionizing the Cannabis Industry | on: November 16, 2018, 05:17:58 PM
Paragon got rekt by the SEC

https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2018-264

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
2018-264

Washington D.C., Nov. 16, 2018 —
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced settled charges against two companies that sold digital tokens in initial coin offerings (ICOs).  These are the Commission’s first cases imposing civil penalties solely for ICO securities offering registration violations.  Both companies have agreed to return funds to harmed investors, register the tokens as securities, file periodic reports with the Commission, and pay penalties.

According to the SEC’s orders, both CarrierEQ Inc. (Airfox) and Paragon Coin Inc. conducted ICOs in 2017 after the Commission warned that ICOs can be securities offerings in its DAO Report of Investigation.  Airfox, a Boston-based startup, raised approximately $15 million worth of digital assets to finance its development of a token-denominated “ecosystem” starting with a mobile application that would allow users in emerging markets to earn tokens and exchange them for data by interacting with advertisements.  Paragon, an online entity, raised approximately $12 million worth of digital assets to develop and implement its business plan to add blockchain technology to the cannabis industry and work toward legalization of cannabis. Neither Airfox nor Paragon registered their ICOs pursuant to the federal securities laws, nor did they qualify for an exemption to the registration requirements.

“We have made it clear that companies that issue securities through ICOs are required to comply with existing statutes and rules governing the registration of securities,” said Stephanie Avakian, Co-Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.  “These cases tell those who are considering taking similar actions that we continue to be on the lookout for violations of the federal securities laws with respect to digital assets.”

“By providing investors who purchased securities in these ICOs with the opportunity to be reimbursed and having the issuers register their tokens with the SEC, these orders provide a model for companies that have issued tokens in ICOs and seek to comply with the federal securities laws,” said Steven Peikin, Co-Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.

Today’s cases follow the Commission’s first non-fraud ICO registration case, Munchee, Inc.  The Commission did not impose a penalty or include undertakings from Munchee, which stopped its offering before delivering any tokens and promptly returned proceeds to investors.

The orders impose $250,000 penalties against each company and include undertakings to compensate harmed investors who purchased tokens in the illegal offerings.  The companies also will register their tokens as securities pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and file periodic reports with the Commission for at least one year.  Airfox and Paragon consented to the orders without admitting or denying the findings.

The investigation into Paragon was conducted by Pamela Sawhney of the Enforcement Division’s Cyber Unit and was supervised by Robert A. Cohen, Chief of the Cyber Unit.  The investigation into AirFox was conducted by Colin D. Forbes, Emily R. Holness, and Michael J. Vito and supervised by Celia D. Moore, Amy S. Gwiazda, and John T. Dugan of the Boston Regional Office.  The SEC appreciates the assistance of the Massachusetts Securities Division.

Do people that took part in the ICO have to do anything or is this only related to people that currently hold Paragon? If you know.

It's for people who took part in the ICO and who can prove they suffered a financial loss.

And for those who took part in the ICO and still hold Paragon tokens.

Obviously check for news but that's what it's been said so far
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] ICONOMI - Digital Assets Management Platform on: November 16, 2018, 04:00:57 PM
https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2018-264


Washington D.C., Nov. 16, 2018 —
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced settled charges against two companies that sold digital tokens in initial coin offerings (ICOs).  These are the Commission’s first cases imposing civil penalties solely for ICO securities offering registration violations.  Both companies have agreed to return funds to harmed investors, register the tokens as securities, file periodic reports with the Commission, and pay penalties.

According to the SEC’s orders, both CarrierEQ Inc. (Airfox) and Paragon Coin Inc. conducted ICOs in 2017 after the Commission warned that ICOs can be securities offerings in its DAO Report of Investigation.  Airfox, a Boston-based startup, raised approximately $15 million worth of digital assets to finance its development of a token-denominated “ecosystem” starting with a mobile application that would allow users in emerging markets to earn tokens and exchange them for data by interacting with advertisements.  Paragon, an online entity, raised approximately $12 million worth of digital assets to develop and implement its business plan to add blockchain technology to the cannabis industry and work toward legalization of cannabis. Neither Airfox nor Paragon registered their ICOs pursuant to the federal securities laws, nor did they qualify for an exemption to the registration requirements.

“We have made it clear that companies that issue securities through ICOs are required to comply with existing statutes and rules governing the registration of securities,” said Stephanie Avakian, Co-Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.  “These cases tell those who are considering taking similar actions that we continue to be on the lookout for violations of the federal securities laws with respect to digital assets.”

“By providing investors who purchased securities in these ICOs with the opportunity to be reimbursed and having the issuers register their tokens with the SEC, these orders provide a model for companies that have issued tokens in ICOs and seek to comply with the federal securities laws,” said Steven Peikin, Co-Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.

Today’s cases follow the Commission’s first non-fraud ICO registration case, Munchee, Inc.  The Commission did not impose a penalty or include undertakings from Munchee, which stopped its offering before delivering any tokens and promptly returned proceeds to investors.

The orders impose $250,000 penalties against each company and include undertakings to compensate harmed investors who purchased tokens in the illegal offerings.  The companies also will register their tokens as securities pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and file periodic reports with the Commission for at least one year.  Airfox and Paragon consented to the orders without admitting or denying the findings.

The investigation into Paragon was conducted by Pamela Sawhney of the Enforcement Division’s Cyber Unit and was supervised by Robert A. Cohen, Chief of the Cyber Unit.  The investigation into AirFox was conducted by Colin D. Forbes, Emily R. Holness, and Michael J. Vito and supervised by Celia D. Moore, Amy S. Gwiazda, and John T. Dugan of the Boston Regional Office.  The SEC appreciates the assistance of the Massachusetts Securities Division.





Hello you cunts. long time no see.

ICOs are starting to get rekt by the SEC

Hope Jani has enough money stashed for refunds.

 Grin
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] | PARAGON | Revolutionizing the Cannabis Industry | on: November 16, 2018, 03:57:01 PM
Paragon got rekt by the SEC

https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2018-264

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
2018-264

Washington D.C., Nov. 16, 2018 —
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced settled charges against two companies that sold digital tokens in initial coin offerings (ICOs).  These are the Commission’s first cases imposing civil penalties solely for ICO securities offering registration violations.  Both companies have agreed to return funds to harmed investors, register the tokens as securities, file periodic reports with the Commission, and pay penalties.

According to the SEC’s orders, both CarrierEQ Inc. (Airfox) and Paragon Coin Inc. conducted ICOs in 2017 after the Commission warned that ICOs can be securities offerings in its DAO Report of Investigation.  Airfox, a Boston-based startup, raised approximately $15 million worth of digital assets to finance its development of a token-denominated “ecosystem” starting with a mobile application that would allow users in emerging markets to earn tokens and exchange them for data by interacting with advertisements.  Paragon, an online entity, raised approximately $12 million worth of digital assets to develop and implement its business plan to add blockchain technology to the cannabis industry and work toward legalization of cannabis. Neither Airfox nor Paragon registered their ICOs pursuant to the federal securities laws, nor did they qualify for an exemption to the registration requirements.

“We have made it clear that companies that issue securities through ICOs are required to comply with existing statutes and rules governing the registration of securities,” said Stephanie Avakian, Co-Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.  “These cases tell those who are considering taking similar actions that we continue to be on the lookout for violations of the federal securities laws with respect to digital assets.”

“By providing investors who purchased securities in these ICOs with the opportunity to be reimbursed and having the issuers register their tokens with the SEC, these orders provide a model for companies that have issued tokens in ICOs and seek to comply with the federal securities laws,” said Steven Peikin, Co-Director of the SEC’s Enforcement Division.

Today’s cases follow the Commission’s first non-fraud ICO registration case, Munchee, Inc.  The Commission did not impose a penalty or include undertakings from Munchee, which stopped its offering before delivering any tokens and promptly returned proceeds to investors.

The orders impose $250,000 penalties against each company and include undertakings to compensate harmed investors who purchased tokens in the illegal offerings.  The companies also will register their tokens as securities pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and file periodic reports with the Commission for at least one year.  Airfox and Paragon consented to the orders without admitting or denying the findings.

The investigation into Paragon was conducted by Pamela Sawhney of the Enforcement Division’s Cyber Unit and was supervised by Robert A. Cohen, Chief of the Cyber Unit.  The investigation into AirFox was conducted by Colin D. Forbes, Emily R. Holness, and Michael J. Vito and supervised by Celia D. Moore, Amy S. Gwiazda, and John T. Dugan of the Boston Regional Office.  The SEC appreciates the assistance of the Massachusetts Securities Division.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Minexcoin - A new era of payments on: November 16, 2018, 07:52:48 AM
Regarding both Minex scam and Republia scam I hope the inner circle scammer alliance of Racquemis1, Temhuk and Borys Shulyayev and paid trolls such as jedgar are the biggest losers in this disaster
Add YUREZ83 to the paid troll list, he openly admits he's a paid troll
Good your lie, sweet ...Where did I admit it, I want to know ?? Well, I want to know the same way, keak paid trolls, how do you have enough conscience to blame others for trolling? You look at your single-message message that filled you with topics - meaningless, empty and with insults, with provocations and incitement, conscious deception, slander. It is better to apologize if a little conscience remains ...
 Honestly, it's even pitiful when people go down as low as you.
You deleted the post you SCAMMING TROLL, but here's what you said-

Quote from: yurez83 on October 31, 2018, 05:40:03 PM

I do not deny that I am writing to get coins in the company of bounty.
Or do you want to say that you write your spam messages for free here? Then you are a complete fool ..  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes



All their lies have been documented and archived. they can lie all they want. When the time comes, all the evidence will be submitted to the relevant authorities. If we want cryptocurrency to go mainstream and change the world for the better, we need to get rid of scammers who only think about enriching themselves on the back of decent, honest people.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Minexcoin - A new era of payments on: November 08, 2018, 09:30:37 AM
Well, physically the cards already exist or have not yet been printed? if there can be a couple of photos of what they look like in the real world, not from photoshop.


No,they are not existing. Actually, for months ,Minex is advertising payment cards  with specific features, known fees&limits ,despite they have never had any contract with bank or card issuer.
Well for months I've seen you and the other fudders advertising MNX  as scam without hard evidence either. There is absolutely no difference. Your doing the exact same thing. Hypocrite.

Hard evidence is there.

As I said before, you are rejecting reality and substituting it with your own flavour of bullshit as you're the main Minex pool operator.

As thunderjet said, how the fuck are you even giving card limit amounts and fees when you don't even have a bank or card issuer.

That's already false advertising straight off the bat.

coupled with that Novarise clusterfuck and the CSOB crap.

You might be able to rally some gullible investards but those of us who've been around this forum long enough know how to detect bs.

And Minex's full of it.

 Roll Eyes

We do agree with your evidence but why don't you inform to CBI jurisdiction in order to get them what they are saying. We need to wait patiently as market fluctuation is kept going and whether they have any relation with the bank and ask them in their telegram group about what are their future thoughts about Minexcoin.

They have lied about every fucking bank affiliation so far.

And their Novarise third party provider is a scam whose perpetrator went to jail for 5 years.

How can you even trust a project that cannot even research a third party provider?

What would have happened if all the so called trolls on here hadn't made so much noise about it?

You would have gotten scam cards that would have been emptied by the third party scammer and you'd all be bitching like cry babies cause he would have taken your money and fucked off on holiday somewhere on your dime.

Last time he took all the money he stole and pissed off to Australia.





That's the kind of partnership Minexcoin is making.

No fucking due diligence.

You should be thankful there are members on bitcointalk that are fighting to prevent you from getting rekt by scammers.

You bunch of ungrateful fucking cunts.

Everyone already forgot about Novarise, but you still FUDing about it. That is just a Minexsystems head pain, and nobody care what thinking noname troll from somekind forum.


Wrong.

I certainly won't let people forget how incompetent and scammy this project is.

All you care is about filling your pockets with money conned from gullible investors.

You are utterly despicable. Glad your picture's floating around.

The authorities have plenty of evidence to throw you in jail when the time comes. Because that's where cockroaches like yourself belong.


17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Minexcoin - A new era of payments on: November 08, 2018, 05:31:29 AM
Well, physically the cards already exist or have not yet been printed? if there can be a couple of photos of what they look like in the real world, not from photoshop.


No,they are not existing. Actually, for months ,Minex is advertising payment cards  with specific features, known fees&limits ,despite they have never had any contract with bank or card issuer.
Well for months I've seen you and the other fudders advertising MNX  as scam without hard evidence either. There is absolutely no difference. Your doing the exact same thing. Hypocrite.

Hard evidence is there.

As I said before, you are rejecting reality and substituting it with your own flavour of bullshit as you're the main Minex pool operator.

As thunderjet said, how the fuck are you even giving card limit amounts and fees when you don't even have a bank or card issuer.

That's already false advertising straight off the bat.

coupled with that Novarise clusterfuck and the CSOB crap.

You might be able to rally some gullible investards but those of us who've been around this forum long enough know how to detect bs.

And Minex's full of it.

 Roll Eyes

We do agree with your evidence but why don't you inform to CBI jurisdiction in order to get them what they are saying. We need to wait patiently as market fluctuation is kept going and whether they have any relation with the bank and ask them in their telegram group about what are their future thoughts about Minexcoin.

They have lied about every fucking bank affiliation so far.

And their Novarise third party provider is a scam whose perpetrator went to jail for 5 years.

How can you even trust a project that cannot even research a third party provider?

What would have happened if all the so called trolls on here hadn't made so much noise about it?

You would have gotten scam cards that would have been emptied by the third party scammer and you'd all be bitching like cry babies cause he would have taken your money and fucked off on holiday somewhere on your dime.

Last time he took all the money he stole and pissed off to Australia.



That's the kind of partnership Minexcoin is making.

No fucking due diligence.

You should be thankful there are members on bitcointalk that are fighting to prevent you from getting rekt by scammers.

You bunch of ungrateful fucking cunts.







18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Minexcoin - A new era of payments on: November 08, 2018, 05:10:29 AM
Well, physically the cards already exist or have not yet been printed? if there can be a couple of photos of what they look like in the real world, not from photoshop.


No,they are not existing. Actually, for months ,Minex is advertising payment cards  with specific features, known fees&limits ,despite they have never had any contract with bank or card issuer.
Well for months I've seen you and the other fudders advertising MNX  as scam without hard evidence either. There is absolutely no difference. Your doing the exact same thing. Hypocrite.

Hard evidence is there.

You are rejecting reality and substituting it with your own flavour of bullshit as you're the main Minex pool operator.

As thunderjet said, how the fuck are you even giving card limit amounts and fees when you don't even have a bank or card issuer.

That's already false advertising straight off the bat.

coupled with that Novarise clusterfuck and the CSOB crap.

You might be able to rally some gullible investards but those of us who've been around this forum long enough know how to detect bs.

And Minex's full of it.

 Roll Eyes
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Minexcoin - A new era of payments on: November 08, 2018, 12:55:47 AM
oh. After reading all this shit that fudders wrote, i want to kill them. I hate these people or man with multiple accounts. It is unbelievable shit.

so now we proceeded to death threats huh?

Would be nice to find out whether you actually got the minerals or whether you're just a virgin keyboard warrior...

 Roll Eyes


20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] 🔥Republia: Leading-Edge Ecosystem and Technology on: November 07, 2018, 12:40:37 PM
THEY HAVE THEIR SUKA "TEMHUK" THREATEN WHISTLE-BLOWERS  IN PRIVATE MESSAGES

THEIR SUPPOSED THIRD PARTY CARD PROVIDER IS A PHISHING SCAM. THE PERSON BEHIND IT WENT TO JAIL!!!


Instead of explanation why we don't have VISA crypto cards in our hands, we got test version of web wallet!  Really impressive!
Guess what - every fuucking shitcoin has working web wallet.

Question is why they took that Ivan Hodgkinson and his Novarise Secrecy to provide them payment cards.Why they didnt made some background check first.There are so much evidences about multiple frauds,plus he spent some time in prison.He has same role in another ICO (Weigrate) which failed as completely scam.He had more than 20 phishing websites until recently when his account was suspended.Novarise Secrecy Twitter and FB account looks just like regular quick rich phishing scam.Believe that Novarise Secrecy can provide fully working legitimate cards is more than crazy.Especially when we know now these cards will be without Minex or Chain2Pay logo.Every single crypto payment card till today have a company logo.Payment card without logo of issuer is just a piece of plastic.

There can be only 2 reasons why Minex took Novarise Secrecy for payment cards deal:

1. They were desperate.Roadmap went off rail,coin value dropped 30x, parking option failed, so payment cards program became only option to save project.They didnt have time and knowledge to find regular ways about payment cards  so they found shady guy from Novarise Secrecy who sold them story how he can provide them cards fast and without too many procedural complications.

2. They knew exactly who he is. His role is to provide false sense of legitimacy and security which will have effect on people to think that project is solid and good to invest. This will push one last wave of people to buy coins and paying for cards. Then project will crumble in sequential exit scam.


Both scenarios are bad,but what is certain is that Novarise Secrecy cant provide anything useful and legal which Visa or Mastercard wont cancel quickly.



Quite weird what is going on here. Looks like a fight between two camps. One camp posting pictures that are supposed to imply this is a serious project and the other camp posting strong evidence it is the complete opposite.

And proof is in the pudding.

Nearly 20 months after the ICO there is still no VISA card but there have been announcement after announcement that banks have agreements with Minexsystem/Minexpay/Minexcoin but when we asked the banks they denied it.

The inner circle scammer alliance of Racquemis1, Temhuk and Borys Shulyayev are to blame for spreading and creating these lies including Novarise scammers.


The same scammers have their fingers deep in Republia. Both scams are designed to seek investment for projects that will not be completed and the "team" find an exit strategy to dump coins and get out.




How dodgy is that?

Having your own dad being the advisor to your project and him getting payment as an "advisor" as well.

This alone just reeks.

 Roll Eyes
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