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December 07, 2015, 10:04:21 PM
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Leroy's thread is unlocked due him being fucked in the head and forgetting to relock it. HAHAHA I just commented: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=989670.msg13178223#msg13178223

Best get your licks in before the fucktard realizes his error. HAHAHA

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December 07, 2015, 10:32:13 PM
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Leroy is stale and boring. BitStone mockery is the new hotness.
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December 07, 2015, 10:42:03 PM
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The bigger problem is that cyberpinoy processes withdrawals based on his ridiculous valuation. Which is great for those who will withdraw the first 50 BTC - they'll get their full investment back. The remaining 70+ BTC is gone though, too bad for the slower bagholders.

You mean he'll actually let people withdraw his coin?

Soon, one won't be able to via Leroy's in-the-works Fodorsy Exchange. HAHAHA

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January 03, 2016, 05:58:48 PM
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cyberpinoy seems to be making off topic posts lately in various threads on this forum so I asked him to come and address StakeMiners issues in this one... let's see what's more important for him - trolling or customer service.

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January 04, 2016, 02:18:35 AM
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cyberpinoy seems to be making off topic posts lately in various threads on this forum so I asked him to come and address StakeMiners issues in this one... let's see what's more important for him - trolling or customer service.

trolling is way more fun.

Is he still claiming somewhere around 120 btc worth of deposits/investments?

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January 04, 2016, 07:43:21 PM
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cyberpinoy seems to be making off topic posts lately in various threads on this forum so I asked him to come and address StakeMiners issues in this one... let's see what's more important for him - trolling or customer service.

trolling is way more fun.

Is he still claiming somewhere around 120 btc worth of deposits/investments?

"126.42169889 BTC Invested"

I'll update the spreadsheet soon-ish.

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January 04, 2016, 07:49:40 PM
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cyberpinoy seems to be making off topic posts lately in various threads on this forum so I asked him to come and address StakeMiners issues in this one... let's see what's more important for him - trolling or customer service.

trolling is way more fun.

Is he still claiming somewhere around 120 btc worth of deposits/investments?

"126.42169889 BTC Invested"

I'll update the spreadsheet soon-ish.

As long as you complete before Craptsy goes full GOX I guess.

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January 04, 2016, 08:10:49 PM
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cyberpinoy seems to be making off topic posts lately in various threads on this forum so I asked him to come and address StakeMiners issues in this one... let's see what's more important for him - trolling or customer service.

trolling is way more fun.

Is he still claiming somewhere around 120 btc worth of deposits/investments?

"126.42169889 BTC Invested"

I'll update the spreadsheet soon-ish.

As long as you complete before Craptsy goes full GOX I guess.

Do you know a working block explorer for HBN? cyberpinoy's link doesn't work and Google doesn't know anything either.

I need a balance for this address: F5Vcy6RZxHz1JVtSLZzsRsx2iMKFY2VMRw

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January 04, 2016, 08:21:15 PM
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Do you know a working block explorer for HBN? cyberpinoy's link doesn't work and Google doesn't know anything either.

I need a balance for this address: F5Vcy6RZxHz1JVtSLZzsRsx2iMKFY2VMRw

Presstab has been paid to run an explorer for HBN but it's taking a while to build it... since there's no other explorer at the moment.



{
"isvalid" : true,
"address" : "F5Vcy6RZxHz1JVtSLZzsRsx2iMKFY2VMRw",
"ismine" : false
}

Only thing I can tell you is it's a valid address and isn't mine.

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January 04, 2016, 08:39:18 PM
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Updated StakeMiners balance sheet below.

A couple of caveats:

NET explorer link provided by cyberpinoy doesn't work so I used this http://explorer.netcoin.io/address/nRAWBySK7wAm57biV9uNGASzWPZhsMPsQC

HBN explorer link doesn't work either and as vancefox explained there isn't any now so I used last month's balance for HBN.

As you can see the total value of StakeMiners assets is less than 42 BTC, or less than 1/3 of what cyberpinoy is claiming to have "invested" (126 BTC). In other words cyberpinoy collected 126 BTC from investors and has lost two thirds of investors' funds.

Compared to last month the total value went down by more than 16% whereas cyberpinoy is showing only a 1% decrease, i.e. the gap between cyberpinoy's lies and reality is widening. It looks like the decrease wasn't just due to exchange rates because most coin balances are down too. It's unclear where those coins went.


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January 05, 2016, 02:10:12 AM
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Are you using Craptsy's prices?  If you are, you might want to take an average across the rest of the market or choose another since Craptsy's pricing is abnormal due to their ponzi, scammy style of operation at the present moment in time...

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January 05, 2016, 02:56:48 AM
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Are you using Craptsy's prices?  If you are, you might want to take an average across the rest of the market or choose another since Craptsy's pricing is abnormal due to their ponzi, scammy style of operation at the present moment in time...

I'm using prices from StakeMiners website. Can't be bothered to do any more involved price analysis at the moment but maybe sometime later.

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January 05, 2016, 05:11:49 AM
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Answer just one question Suchmoon, and just answer the questions no additional nonsense needed.

On Netcoin I notice something very interesting.

On December 4th I see you have a total coins of 22,686,580 at a value of 23.36717792 BTC
On January    4th I see you have a total coins of 22,566,606 at a value of 25.50026562 BTC

So how is it StakeMiners can hold less Netcoins this month than last month yet the value in BTC is higher.



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January 05, 2016, 05:24:03 AM
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Answer just one question Suchmoon, and just answer the questions no additional nonsense needed.

On Netcoin I notice something very interesting.

On December 4th I see you have a total coins of 22,686,580 at a value of 23.36717792 BTC
On January    4th I see you have a total coins of 22,588,606 at a value of 25.50026562 BTC

So how is it StakeMiners can hold less Netcoins this month than last month yet the value in BTC is higher.



What a retard! Leroy Fodor just offered proof that his BTC holdings is less than what was stipulated. Must be a B.B.A. thingy that Leroy possesses. HAHAHA

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January 05, 2016, 05:36:08 AM
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Answer just one question Suchmoon, and just answer the questions no additional nonsense needed.

On Netcoin I notice something very interesting.

On December 4th I see you have a total coins of 22,686,580 at a value of 23.36717792 BTC
On January    4th I see you have a total coins of 22,566,606 at a value of 25.50026562 BTC

So how is it StakeMiners can hold less Netcoins this month than last month yet the value in BTC is higher.




What a retard! Leroy Fodor just offered proof that his BTC holdings is less than what was stipulated. Must be a B.B.A. thingy that Leroy possesses. HAHAHA

I didn't offer proof of anything Bruno Kucinskas, stop lying. I asked a question that clearly you do not have the capacity to understand nor answer.

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Answer just one question Suchmoon, and just answer the questions no additional nonsense needed.

On Netcoin I notice something very interesting.

On December 4th I see you have a total coins of 22,686,580 at a value of 23.36717792 BTC
On January    4th I see you have a total coins of 22,566,606 at a value of 25.50026562 BTC

So how is it StakeMiners can hold less Netcoins this month than last month yet the value in BTC is higher.

Oh and Suchmon thanks again for pulling the numbers right after a big withdraw how super honest of you!!!


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January 05, 2016, 05:43:35 AM
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On December 4th I see you have a total coins of 22,686,580 at a value of 23.36717792 BTC
On January    4th I see you have a total coins of 22,588,606 at a value of 25.50026562 BTC

How many Netcoins in total are you officially staking ?

Can you publish an official public accounting of all your coin holdings ?
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January 05, 2016, 06:11:00 AM
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On December 4th I see you have a total coins of 22,686,580 at a value of 23.36717792 BTC
On January    4th I see you have a total coins of 22,566,606 at a value of 25.50026562 BTC

How many Netcoins in total are you officially staking ?

Can you publish an official public accounting of all your coin holdings ?

We are staking 22,581,858 Netcoins.
http://explorer.netcoin.io/address/nRAWBySK7wAm57biV9uNGASzWPZhsMPsQC

Everyone already has access to an official public record of all our coin holdings.

Every coin we stake has all the information outlined in the Wallet Address area for each and every coin we stake, there is also a link in the Wallet Address area to each coins respective blockchain. Hobonickels is having to get another block explorer at the moment but the other 11 coins are there and have direct links to their blockchains.

Anyone can email us at any time, The BOI, and myself is always willing to have a meeting with anyone interested in our service.

Are you interested in setting up a meeting Bob? I will gladly get you a time of schedule where you can talk to any of the Board members of StakeMiners



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January 05, 2016, 06:48:34 AM
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Answer just one question Suchmoon, and just answer the questions no additional nonsense needed.

On Netcoin I notice something very interesting.

On December 4th I see you have a total coins of 22,686,580 at a value of 23.36717792 BTC
On January    4th I see you have a total coins of 22,566,606 at a value of 25.50026562 BTC

So how is it StakeMiners can hold less Netcoins this month than last month yet the value in BTC is higher.

Netcoin exchange rate went up by ~10%.

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January 05, 2016, 06:54:53 AM
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Oh and Suchmon thanks again for pulling the numbers right after a big withdraw how super honest of you!!!

Bullshit. The withdrawal would have reduced both your "advertised" value (126 BTC) and the real value (42 BTC) so it doesn't change the overall picture. I'm pulling the numbers at the beginning of each month for the last 3 or 4 months. If you don't like it you're welcome to publish the numbers yourself.

Speaking of honesty, how come you're so focused on the ~2 BTC gain on Netcoin but no comment on the 8 BTC (-16%)  overall loss?

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January 05, 2016, 06:58:38 AM
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For the record I'm reporting all cyberpinoy's posts to mods for violating rules 22/24:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=703657.0

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24. Advertisements in posts aren't allowed unless the post is in a thread you started and is really substantial and useful.

You're welcome to edit the ads out and continue the discussion within the rules of the forum.

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