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September 30, 2017, 03:53:33 PM
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Any chance to recover my 130k SLG coins??

All coins are being pursued by Steve (Metamorphin).
I personally am waiting on the return of my NOBLE, having already received my DMD.
Unfortunately, Steve is up to his neck in Europecoin and Finance Cloud API development, so he has very limited time to chase the Staisybit people on our behalf.
It is, after all, just a voluntary effort on his part, he has no obligation to anyone in this regard.
I'm still hopeful of a positive outcome eventually.
Steve (Meta) was never responsible for the lost coins.

His efforts have helped several users and everyone should thank him
for him volunteering to try and help all. In my mind, my Coin Magi stash
has been stolen as the developers are making no effort to communicate.
Maybe they will appear one day.

If you got coins back through Steve's efforts, it would be nice to post him
positive trust.

Woody, thank you.

I give up. I collect now for the last time all lost coins from you in one list. I collect it for the next 7 days. After that, we all have to accept it as a total lost. :-(
Members, who pm me till Oct., the 14th. are in my personal list.
Please remember: I never was a coredev or invited in every single move of staisybit. I always was a supporter and thought, staisybit will end up well. But the story is now written for me.

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September 30, 2017, 04:00:08 PM
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Any chance to recover my 130k SLG coins??

All coins are being pursued by Steve (Metamorphin).

I personally am waiting on the return of my NOBLE, having already received my DMD.

Unfortunately, Steve is up to his neck in Europecoin and Finance Cloud API development, so he has very limited time to chase the Staisybit people on our behalf.

It is, after all, just a voluntary effort on his part, he has no obligation to anyone in this regard.

I'm still hopeful of a positive outcome eventually.

Cryptonaire, I contacted him almost daily. I tried to reached him...but never got answers...I lost all the hope and finished that desaster as a total lost for me. I literally gave up!

:-(

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October 01, 2017, 11:47:05 AM
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Hi Steve

I don't blame you for giving up, it was a thankless task trying to chase down these coins from the Staisybit people.

I really do appreciate the effort you put in, but now is definitely the time to say "enough is enough" and to close this book for good.

Thanks again Steve, and all the best with Europecoin & FinanceCloud API.   Grin

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Has anyone tried taking legal action against Staisybit operators?
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