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1  Economy / Service Announcements / [ANN] TokenChat - Connecting the Crypto Community! on: June 19, 2024, 10:01:32 PM
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2  Economy / Reputation / Re: Who is alamin99 ? Scammer ? Hacker ? Exit Dev ? on: October 20, 2023, 02:59:10 PM
And I don't have any solid prove at the moment except the conversation in this forum with that user. I don't even have that email anymore. If you check the convo, you can see I was messing with him (he must have done something else why would I) and finally sent message in this forum. Now I think I should have never gave him the money back. Should have donated to street dogs rather than him.
With consideration of the time this incident took place and its outcome, I don't want to drag this case any further so despite a few missing pieces here and there, I'm changing my feedback to neutral.

I will only f**k those who deserve it.
Only if you'll be doing it in the right way! Steps are different for each platform [e.g. in this forum: Use the proper "Scam Report Format" to open a thread on the "Scam Accusations" board and if there was an agreement in place, you can add a "trust flag (e.g. type 2 and 3)" as well].
Thank you very much!
3  Economy / Reputation / Re: Who is alamin99 ? Scammer ? Hacker ? Exit Dev ? on: October 19, 2023, 03:21:21 PM
I don't give a f**k to this forum anymore because people here are toxic like cyanide. I don't care if my account is banned or whatever, this forum is a old piece of junk. There are a lot of better alternatives. And if some dumb people wants to not use AI that's their choice, not my problem. And AI doesn't write the shits automatically, I gave instructions and it wrote it. Because I am not native English speaker so I rewrite my texts using AI.

This forum is the worst piece of shit in the history of internet and the rules are like joke and wrote by jokers.

That seems like so honest opinion from you. But I reckon you spent years building your account in this forum and wrote almost two thousand posts. I got a new lesson from you whoever does not use AI is dumb. LOL. Sometimes I feel like where I am. You believe there are better alternatives yet you decided to recover your account and respond to a thread that was created five years ago. If you do not really care about your account, there is nothing to worry about, right?
I didn't mean people who doesn't use AI are dumb. I meant people who oppose using AI and make fun of others for using AI are dumb. A lot of people opposed internet when it was first available to public. Similarly many opposed bitcoin itself. And I recovered this account just to check some old stuffs and checked the unread replies and decided to reply because of false accusation. It doesn't take much efforts to create a new account any grow it but I have no interest here.

Thank you for that response, but silicon-based life forms aren't exactly welcome on this forum. So, "as a language model", kindly fuck off...  Wink

Moreover, forum members discuorage use of AI.
The text written by alamin99 is barely a shit. His response has a context and I'm sure he used AI to rewrite his text in better form, better English possibly. I don't see anything wrong with that. Back in 2019, Jet Cash had a project (talkmerit or something like that) and he + Jayce (was it you Jayce?) used to help Bitcointalk users to write better English. Some users used to write a topic as their own and Jet Cash helped them rewrite the post. Users could post the text in Bitcointalk. Was it harmful? No. Does it show incompetence? Of course no because English is just another language and it's never a thing to learn perfectly.
It's not some sort of answer to a question from AI. Besides, it's not the topic about discussing this either. We have a thread or you could create one.

This forum is the worst piece of shit in the history of internet and the rules are like joke and wrote by jokers.
Sometimes, read the forum rules too. They aren't exactly the same as you are thinking. There's still no rule about AI posts although AI-generated shit posts should be restricted. I don't think you had a shot post of course.
You have totally understood my point of view. Since the evolution of AI I have been using it to rewrite my texts and make it better. Before AI, I used platforms like Grammarly. It's not like I am using bots or AI to spam in this forum. There is no point to mock someone for using tech like AI.
4  Economy / Reputation / Re: Who is alamin99 ? Scammer ? Hacker ? Exit Dev ? on: October 19, 2023, 01:53:54 PM
If using technology is so bad why use silicon-based mobile / computer to write your shit here? Why even use internet at all? Why not just go to jungle and live with your carbon-based ancestors?

Oh fu*k. You got some attitude. But you are violating several forum rules in a row. You have been there for a long time. I don't think it's that easy to erase your brain and forget the forum rules. You are posting several responses in a row while it's clearly mentioned that you cannot write more than one response in a row within 24 hours.

Whoever uses AI to response to others, I don't think it's their genuine response to the user. So, whatever the AI wrote is not your word. It's the word of technology. Moreover, forum members discuorage use of AI.
I don't give a f**k to this forum anymore because people here are toxic like cyanide. I don't care if my account is banned or whatever, this forum is a old piece of junk. There are a lot of better alternatives. And if some dumb people wants to not use AI that's their choice, not my problem. And AI doesn't write the shits automatically, I gave instructions and it wrote it. Because I am not native English speaker so I rewrite my texts using AI.

This forum is the worst piece of shit in the history of internet and the rules are like joke and wrote by jokers.
5  Economy / Reputation / Re: Who is alamin99 ? Scammer ? Hacker ? Exit Dev ? on: October 19, 2023, 10:08:58 AM
Thank you for your thoughtful and logical response. It's crucial to remember the importance of context and understanding the broader picture before jumping to conclusions. Your perspective helps shed light on the situation and promotes a more empathetic approach. Appreciate your input!

Thank you for that response, but silicon-based life forms aren't exactly welcome on this forum. So, "as a language model", kindly fuck off...  Wink


(sapling.ai)


(zerogpt.com)


(copyleaks.com)

If using technology is so bad why use silicon-based mobile / computer to write your shit here? Why even use internet at all? Why not just go to jungle and live with your carbon-based ancestors?


nor I had any investment here
The time you spend in this forum and the reputation you build is an investment here.

The time I hacked it was just $20 and when I repaid it was like $1000. Who in the world would do this?
A couple of notes:

  • You made that transaction when Bitcoin was around $9,900 [28/Nov/2017], so it was around $435 [not $1000]!
  • We're on a Bitcoin forum and when you borrow [your own word on exchanged emails] or rather steal a certain amount in Bitcoin, you have to return that exact amount in Bitcoin as well!

I was pissed because he hired me to work on his project and then without saying anything he hired another guy and kicked me from the project without saying a single word. He didn't even pay me a single dollar for the work and the time I put in. So I was like wait, you would be surprised in the morning after I drain your shitty faucet.
If you're able to provide concrete proof of this, I'll change my feedback right away [I've also experienced the same thing in the past, so I understand what you felt at the time, but your approach wasn't the correct way of dealing with such users].

And if I hack other platform to pay him? Then what's the point to hack again? So I hack to pay the previous one, then hack again to pay the other one. And like that? Is it logical?
You misunderstood that part [my bad for not explaining it in a clear manner (sorry)]... I was referring to only paying one of the victims for an unknown reason.
Sorry for the wrong calculations. Yeah it was around $500 according to price of that time, couldn't remember BTC price. And I don't have any solid prove at the moment except the conversation in this forum with that user. I don't even have that email anymore. If you check the convo, you can see I was messing with him (he must have done something else why would I) and finally sent message in this forum. Now I think I should have never gave him the money back. Should have donated to street dogs rather than him.

nor I had any investment here
The time you spend in this forum and the reputation you build is an investment here.

The time I hacked it was just $20 and when I repaid it was like $1000. Who in the world would do this?
A couple of notes:

  • You made that transaction when Bitcoin was around $9,900 [28/Nov/2017], so it was around $435 [not $1000]!
  • We're on a Bitcoin forum and when you borrow [your own word on exchanged emails] or rather steal a certain amount in Bitcoin, you have to return that exact amount in Bitcoin as well!

I was pissed because he hired me to work on his project and then without saying anything he hired another guy and kicked me from the project without saying a single word. He didn't even pay me a single dollar for the work and the time I put in. So I was like wait, you would be surprised in the morning after I drain your shitty faucet.
If you're able to provide concrete proof of this, I'll change my feedback right away [I've also experienced the same thing in the past, so I understand what you felt at the time, but your approach wasn't the correct way of dealing with such users].

And if I hack other platform to pay him? Then what's the point to hack again? So I hack to pay the previous one, then hack again to pay the other one. And like that? Is it logical?
You misunderstood that part [my bad for not explaining it in a clear manner (sorry)]... I was referring to only paying one of the victims for an unknown reason.
Sorry for the wrong calculations. Yeah it was around $500 according to price of that time, couldn't remember BTC price. And I don't have any solid prove at the moment except the conversation in this forum with that user. I don't even have that email anymore. If you check the convo, you can see I was messing with him (he must have done something else why would I) and finally sent message in this forum. Now I think I should have never gave him the money back. Should have donated to street dogs rather than him.
Also, check this guy's profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=816537

I worked for him and had access to his multiple faucets and balance. But I never did anything wrong because I'm not a bad person. I will only f**k those who deserve it. Consider trust from senior member than a newbie account.
6  Economy / Reputation / Re: Who is alamin99 ? Scammer ? Hacker ? Exit Dev ? on: October 19, 2023, 01:26:01 AM
Everyone has their own life, personal IRL or online. It does not look the user alamin99 is regular anymore on the forum too. Asking such questions like why anyone decided to respond after x amount of time is just a conversation loop.
You have a point but back then, he/she was active enough to notice the feedback in question!

I don't have full story
Luckily, it's not that long... Should only take you around 30 minutes to get the full picture [refer to posts and threads from #26 to #8 (there are only a few unrelated posts in-between)].
- View it using the incognito mode if you have ignored some of the boards.

In such situation, leaving a negative feedback seems very unnecessary. Instead of encouraging the right which won against a wrong, you are discouraging others to stay silent with their past mistakes.
At best, I might change it into neutral feedback, but I still wouldn't trust the user in question, and just as a reminder why I left that feedback:

  • Quote
    Negative - You think that trading with this person is high-risk.

With regard to the repayment part, it could've been a cover-up [e.g. ulterior motive]... In addition to that, there's no way of knowing if he/she didn't hack another platform to steal from someone else and use that to pay the affected user on this forum!
Why not also check my activity in this forum? Check the OTC trades I made. I was scammed myself but never scammed anyone. Check my contributions and helping to others.
7  Economy / Reputation / Re: Who is alamin99 ? Scammer ? Hacker ? Exit Dev ? on: October 19, 2023, 01:18:30 AM
Everyone has their own life, personal IRL or online. It does not look the user alamin99 is regular anymore on the forum too. Asking such questions like why anyone decided to respond after x amount of time is just a conversation loop.
You have a point but back then, he/she was active enough to notice the feedback in question!

I don't have full story
Luckily, it's not that long... Should only take you around 30 minutes to get the full picture [refer to posts and threads from #26 to #8 (there are only a few unrelated posts in-between)].
- View it using the incognito mode if you have ignored some of the boards.

In such situation, leaving a negative feedback seems very unnecessary. Instead of encouraging the right which won against a wrong, you are discouraging others to stay silent with their past mistakes.
At best, I might change it into neutral feedback, but I still wouldn't trust the user in question, and just as a reminder why I left that feedback:

  • Quote
    Negative - You think that trading with this person is high-risk.

With regard to the repayment part, it could've been a cover-up [e.g. ulterior motive]... In addition to that, there's no way of knowing if he/she didn't hack another platform to steal from someone else and use that to pay the affected user on this forum!
You can never know or judge anyone like that. I can also say there is no way to know you have not scammed anyone. This forum is not a judicial place nor I had any investment here so I that I must repay the money. Why don't you see the good will to return the money? The time I hacked it was just $20 and when I repaid it was like $1000. Who in the world would do this? I was pissed because he hired me to work on his project and then without saying anything he hired another guy and kicked me from the project without saying a single word. He didn't even pay me a single dollar for the work and the time I put in. So I was like wait, you would be surprised in the morning after I drain your shitty faucet. This is the story, however I felt bad because I am a good human being and I promised him I would return the money in future and I have kept my promise. I paid him more in BTC and the value was a lot. Would you do this? 99.999999999% people would just forget the $20 case and never send anyone $1000 for free. And if I hack other platform to pay him? Then what's the point to hack again? So I hack to pay the previous one, then hack again to pay the other one. And like that? Is it logical?
8  Economy / Reputation / Re: Who is alamin99 ? Scammer ? Hacker ? Exit Dev ? on: October 18, 2023, 01:01:14 PM
Alamin99 Hacker ?
Based on his/her words, "YES".

For the BTCTALK users, the summary is we had some personal issues with each other and so I hacked his websites and took 0.044~ BTC which was worth 20~21$. This incident happened almost 1.5 years ago. Both of us forgot about it. But recently when I was cleaning my emails, I got the old emails from that person and remembered that incident and felt bad, so I wanted to repay exactly what I took from him regardless of BTC price. 0.044 BTC = over 400$ as the price is 9500$ now. But this guy started spamming in my threads which doesn't make any sense.

A different story [reason for hacking] (read everything here)

~Snipped~
Re: Responding To Your Message About Bitcoin Lordz
6 August 2016  13:26  49 KB
From:
Edward Kenway
To:
@bitcoinlordz.com

"Please Think that I have borrowed your money...

On Fri, Aug 5, 2016 at 3:58 PM, Edward Kenway <edwardkenwaywd@gmail.com> wrote:
Don't worry dear. Yes, I have stolen 0.04340155 BTC from you via recaptcha.php. I have invested it into a market. I didn't want to steal it, but some occurrence made me to do this. And when I stole it, I thought that, when I will return your money, I will return the double. Remember, I will return your money. I don't want to make you cry. I thought that, you are very rich person and 20$ would not be a lot of money to you. But, now I understood and Acknowledge that what have I done. I am sorry. I will not return the money, but return the double, I promise. But, I need somedays to collect money.
~Snipped~

He/she commented on that thread [with an alt account] and didn't deny [any thing] it, so it's safe to say the above quote is valid:

So after 1.5 years, I decided to repay the money I hacked from this user. I have sent the exact amount of BTC regardless of BTC price [It was 20~21$ and now it's almost 500$].
Here goes the transaction: https://blockchain.info/tx/827e45cb166cc6d1746bedca4b73c77e1a59b00707a23b25c411f884707e63d7
https://blockchain.info/address/1LuQxE82nZoT2YPqD943zG7zK5dwjiU6Q2

Regardless of the repayment part, what he/she did [hacking part] is unethical.

alamin99 - email edwardkenway963@gmail.com
And this one:

On 27 July 2016 at 07:48:50 -00:00, Edward Kenway <edwardkenwaywd@gmail.com> wrote:"

Cant understand why he still up, he have scammed people for so many projects, no admins to review his attitude here?
Take note:

19. Possible (or real) scams and Trust ratings are not moderated (to prevent moderation abuse).

Its an hacker site?
If he/she posted a link or sent privately[PM], you can report those:

6. No linking to phishing or malware, without a warning and a valid reason. [e]
Buddy I was just pissed with that guy and taught him a lesson. And that is story from long time ago.
9  Economy / Micro Earnings / [ANN] EtherFlow Faucet Script For EVM / Ethereum Based Blockchains on: October 16, 2023, 01:05:14 AM
EtherFlow Faucet Script Introduction

Supports any EVM / Ethereum like blockchains such BNB Chain, Polygon, Fantom, ETC.

Faucets are web services that dispense small amounts of cryptocurrency for free, primarily for testing purposes. The Ethereum faucet script presented here is a simple yet effective tool that aids developers and testers by providing test ether to specified Ethereum addresses. Let's break down the key features and characteristics of this script:

1. Direct RPC Operations:
- The faucet operates directly via Geth RPC, eliminating the need for third-party intermediaries. This direct approach ensures swift transactions and complete control over the dispensing process.

2. Web-based Interface:
- Users can easily request test ether by entering their Ethereum address into a web form.
   
3. File-based Storage:
- The script uses a file-based storage system as opposed to traditional databases.
- Each Ethereum address has its dedicated folder, ensuring organized data storage and easy retrieval.
- Claim data, comprising the Ethereum address, IP address, and timestamp of the claim, is stored in a file inside the respective address folder. This arrangement simplifies monitoring and limits abuses.

4. Google reCAPTCHA Integration:
- To deter automated bots and prevent spam, the script integrates Google's reCAPTCHA. Users must verify themselves before making a claim.

5. Claim Limitations:
- To maintain fairness and prevent misuse, users can claim test ether only once every 24 hours. This restriction is based on both the Ethereum address and the user's IP address.

6. Modularity and Security:
- Designed with modularity in mind, the script can be expanded or integrated into broader platforms easily.
- Proper file permissions and storage practices have been implemented to safeguard user data.

7. Minimal Dependencies:
- With no reliance on external databases or extensive libraries, the faucet remains lightweight and straightforward to set up.

Offering a seamless blend of efficiency and direct control, this Ethereum faucet script is an indispensable tool for any Ethereum test environment. Whether you're a developer, tester, or an enthusiast, this script ensures direct and hassle-free access to test ether.
10  Economy / Lending / Re: Question About Loan on: September 06, 2021, 04:26:51 PM
[~snip~]

No, it's not considered valid collateral, like all the other accounts. You should know that since you are a Hero member...
By the way, you can sell your tokens and take the BTC that you want without asking for a loan.

P.S: No need to write in this font size, I'm sure that we can all see... Grin
My tokens are locked, that's the point of loan haha, else I can just sell them and get BTC.

In simpler words, you "offer" as collateral an account (which isn't valid) that you can regain access, with some tokens (who knows what kind) which are locked... Roll Eyes
So if anyone gives you BTC will end up with... basically nothing. You act like a noob although you are a "Hero". Very strange...
Anyway, lock your thread and try elsewhere to dump your c**p tokens, or just wait until are available.
Dude stop acting like a bitch. I am hero member so I know everything? You are also a hero member that doesn't mean you know know every stupid shits. This bitcointalk forum is always useless toxic place and will always be, can't even ask a question; didn't even ask for loan, just asked if it can be used as a valid collateral. And no, I'm not planning to dump my tokens, I would rather prefer to dump all the useless Bitshitcoins than dumping next-gen coins.
11  Economy / Lending / Re: Question About Loan on: September 06, 2021, 02:14:00 PM
[~snip~]

No, it's not considered valid collateral, like all the other accounts. You should know that since you are a Hero member...
By the way, you can sell your tokens and take the BTC that you want without asking for a loan.

P.S: No need to write in this font size, I'm sure that we can all see... Grin
Thank you for the answer. My tokens are locked, that's the point of loan haha, else I can just sell them and get BTC. There is 6 months vesting with 1 year cliff and I'm in need of some BTC right now.

Btw, bitcointalk default font seems to be a bit smaller to me, so I increase font size a bit most of the times. Cheesy
12  Economy / Lending / Question About Loan on: September 06, 2021, 01:22:43 PM
I am wondering if someone accepts Coinlist account as valid collateral. I've some tokens there purchased from tokensale which are locked for a year. These tokens are already in market (available in Binance to trade).
13  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Development Service of DeFi Smart Contracts, Tokens, Uniswap & Crypto Forks on: November 14, 2020, 07:12:33 AM
bump
14  Economy / Services / Re: 🏆 Hiring an Experienced Tron Dapp Developer 🏆 on: November 14, 2020, 07:09:44 AM
for 200 USD? Good luck. Put one more zero beside 200 and you may have a chance. No one in crypto is going to waste their time for 200 USD. Cheesy
15  Economy / Services / Looking For a Telegram Bot Developer on: November 06, 2020, 11:57:34 AM
I am Looking For a Telegram Bot Developer. PM me if you are a dev.
16  Economy / Service Announcements / deleted on: October 29, 2020, 09:20:43 AM
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17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Akroma - Cryptocurrency. Smarter. (Smart Contracts. Masternodes. Oracles.) on: September 21, 2020, 09:25:40 AM
Hello

Is there any activity from the Akroma Team with regards to new product developments?
Its almost since 6 months no activity is noticed from team of Akroma  Project. Please respond the users query.
It was a scam, simply.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [PreANN][POW][NG]Decentrailized Application Engine based on Blockchain Ecosystem on: July 27, 2020, 10:25:21 AM
Following
19  Economy / Invites & Accounts / Deleted on: June 03, 2020, 02:36:35 PM
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20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: i want to launch my own coin on: August 18, 2019, 04:24:31 PM
If you're looking for devs, join the dev community: https://discord.gg/NnKsptu
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