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January 27, 2018, 09:06:47 AM
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Sigh... I had about 1,000 XRP in my Cryptsy account along with about $80 worth of shitcoins. That XRP was worth about as much as a large soda at McDonald's back then but it would be worth as much as a used car now. Cry



Tell yourself that you would have sold them when they became as large as 2 sodas at McDonald's. Might make you feel better.




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January 27, 2018, 01:30:16 PM
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Yeah all these guys who are like "my 1,000,000,000,000 [insert shit coin] would have been worth $400,000 today!" fail to account for the fact they would have dumped the coin as soon as it got valuable enough to buy a pack of cigarettes. When an exchange collapses, as most do, the losses are the value of the coins that day not some arbitrary future point in time. And everyone should know NEVER KEEP A SIGNIFICANT NUMBER OF COINS AT AN EXCHANGE. None have very strong security, none are immune from insider trading, and all will eventually go belly up. If you need to exchange coins do it in batches and keep as few as possible at the exchange. Always use your own wallets.
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January 27, 2018, 04:19:04 PM
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Yeah all these guys who are like "my 1,000,000,000,000 [insert shit coin] would have been worth $400,000 today!" fail to account for the fact they would have dumped the coin as soon as it got valuable enough to buy a pack of cigarettes. When an exchange collapses, as most do, the losses are the value of the coins that day not some arbitrary future point in time. And everyone should know NEVER KEEP A SIGNIFICANT NUMBER OF COINS AT AN EXCHANGE. None have very strong security, none are immune from insider trading, and all will eventually go belly up. If you need to exchange coins do it in batches and keep as few as possible at the exchange. Always use your own wallets.

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January 27, 2018, 09:14:02 PM
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Sigh... I had about 1,000 XRP in my Cryptsy account along with about $80 worth of shitcoins. That XRP was worth about as much as a large soda at McDonald's back then but it would be worth as much as a used car now. Cry



Tell yourself that you would have sold them when they became as large as 2 sodas at McDonald's. Might make you feel better.

 too right !

to think of all the darkcoin (dash) and litecoin  I dumped back in the day because it pumped to like $5,  and I thought I was
making out like a bandit!!  it makes my head hurt...

Bitcoin...the future of all monetary transactions...and always will be
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January 28, 2018, 02:30:33 AM
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https://www.law.com/dailybusinessreview/almID/1202794478802/?slreturn=20180027211414

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January 29, 2018, 06:58:16 PM
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Coinbase ssshhh !!!
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January 30, 2018, 10:43:47 AM
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can someone explain? i filled in the cryptsy case lawsuit from David silver lawfirm, and got accepted

but i heard there is also a seperate lawsuit agains coinbase, do i also need to fill in that one? ( i got scammed by cryptsy but coinbase was in on it).

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January 30, 2018, 12:05:09 PM
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Between 2014 and 2016 I was never been able to login to Cryptsy, I'm pretty sure I have about .25BTC there (and wasn't worth anything then) but was never able to login to retrieve it.

My account would always be locked, and I had to go through support verification to get it unlocked; the new password given never worked and automatically locked me out again. I just gave up...

Without knowing the actual balance and (thus) if I qualified for claim, I missed the window.
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January 30, 2018, 05:35:04 PM
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can someone explain? i filled in the cryptsy case lawsuit from David silver lawfirm, and got accepted

but i heard there is also a seperate lawsuit agains coinbase, do i also need to fill in that one? ( i got scammed by cryptsy but coinbase was in on it).


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January 30, 2018, 09:53:29 PM
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can someone explain? i filled in the cryptsy case lawsuit from David silver lawfirm, and got accepted

but i heard there is also a seperate lawsuit agains coinbase, do i also need to fill in that one? ( i got scammed by cryptsy but coinbase was in on it).


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someone could explain what is gonna happen now ?

do we need to do any actions ?

they said that payment can be done 1st quarter 2018 is it scam ?

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January 31, 2018, 07:59:00 AM
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can someone explain? i filled in the cryptsy case lawsuit from David silver lawfirm, and got accepted

but i heard there is also a seperate lawsuit agains coinbase, do i also need to fill in that one? ( i got scammed by cryptsy but coinbase was in on it).


Nop

someone could explain what is gonna happen now ?

do we need to do any actions ?

they said that payment can be done 1st quarter 2018 is it scam ?



No, 1st quarter means from January til END of March. you seem like you have little patience.
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February 01, 2018, 12:50:04 AM
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can someone explain? i filled in the cryptsy case lawsuit from David silver lawfirm, and got accepted

but i heard there is also a seperate lawsuit agains coinbase, do i also need to fill in that one? ( i got scammed by cryptsy but coinbase was in on it).


Nop

someone could explain what is gonna happen now ?

do we need to do any actions ?

they said that payment can be done 1st quarter 2018 is it scam ?



No, 1st quarter means from January til END of March. you seem like you have little patience.


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Are you still sad that a flock of rabid swallows stole your horse?"
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February 01, 2018, 07:02:22 AM
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can someone explain? i filled in the cryptsy case lawsuit from David silver lawfirm, and got accepted

but i heard there is also a seperate lawsuit agains coinbase, do i also need to fill in that one? ( i got scammed by cryptsy but coinbase was in on it).


Nop

someone could explain what is gonna happen now ?

do we need to do any actions ?

they said that payment can be done 1st quarter 2018 is it scam ?



No, 1st quarter means from January til END of March. you seem like you have little patience.


"There's a difference between a fiscal year, an accounting year, an assessment year, and a financial year. As a King, I must know these things.
Are you still sad that a flock of rabid swallows stole your horse?"

Not sad, just Blue... No wait Yellow!
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February 01, 2018, 05:34:25 PM
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well, since I dont have an account on law.com i cant see the article... but if this is about Vern, its worthless.

1) The court cannot force vern to do anything, as he has fled the jurisdiction of the court, and to a country that wont extradite him.
2) The court cannot order something to magically happen. The coins are locked in a wallet, and there is no way to get them out without the keys.

So while the judge says ok they must be returned, there is absolutely no way to enforce the order... therefore, it was a waste of paper to print the order.


That was fun... thanks for playing
 
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February 01, 2018, 06:24:55 PM
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well, since I dont have an account on law.com i cant see the article... but if this is about Vern, its worthless.

1) The court cannot force vern to do anything, as he has fled the jurisdiction of the court, and to a country that wont extradite him.
2) The court cannot order something to magically happen. The coins are locked in a wallet, and there is no way to get them out without the keys.

So while the judge says ok they must be returned, there is absolutely no way to enforce the order... therefore, it was a waste of paper to print the order.


That was fun... thanks for playing
 

Maybe if we ask nicely?

Vern, if you'd be so kind as to return my 1.5BTC to 19UystiZqP5JK8x7r99y7t1AvXwtkuQGQd I'd be very grateful.

cheers, Harrierx.

I'll keep you posted  Smiley
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February 01, 2018, 07:16:04 PM
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well, since I dont have an account on law.com i cant see the article... but if this is about Vern, its worthless.

1) The court cannot force vern to do anything, as he has fled the jurisdiction of the court, and to a country that wont extradite him.
2) The court cannot order something to magically happen. The coins are locked in a wallet, and there is no way to get them out without the keys.

So while the judge says ok they must be returned, there is absolutely no way to enforce the order... therefore, it was a waste of paper to print the order.


That was fun... thanks for playing
 

Maybe if we ask nicely?

Vern, if you'd be so kind as to return my 1.5BTC to 19UystiZqP5JK8x7r99y7t1AvXwtkuQGQd I'd be very grateful.

cheers, Harrierx.

I'll keep you posted  Smiley


Meh, Vern has always been a stand up guy... im sure you will have it inside the hour...

If you dont see it within the next few hours, just wait longer. :-)


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Meh, Vern has always been a stand up guy... im sure you will have it inside the hour...

If you dont see it within the next few hours, just wait longer. :-)




It's a completely watertight plan.  Cheesy
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Meh, Vern has always been a stand up guy... im sure you will have it inside the hour...

If you dont see it within the next few hours, just wait longer. :-)




It's a completely watertight plan.  Cheesy


I prefer the other plan

If it was legal (but that is flexible) and I come across him or any associates mentioned, I would slice them up real good first, rip their head off, shit down their neck and kick their head all the way down the road, laughing manically.

opportunities always arise, patience



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well, since I dont have an account on law.com i cant see the article... but if this is about Vern, its worthless.

1) The court cannot force vern to do anything, as he has fled the jurisdiction of the court, and to a country that wont extradite him.
2) The court cannot order something to magically happen. The coins are locked in a wallet, and there is no way to get them out without the keys.

So while the judge says ok they must be returned, there is absolutely no way to enforce the order... therefore, it was a waste of paper to print the order.


That was fun... thanks for playing
 

Maybe if we ask nicely?

Vern, if you'd be so kind as to return my 1.5BTC to 19UystiZqP5JK8x7r99y7t1AvXwtkuQGQd I'd be very grateful.

cheers, Harrierx.

I'll keep you posted  Smiley


Meh, Vern has always been a stand-up guy comedian... im sure you will have it inside the hour...

If you dont see it within the next few hours, just wait longer. :-)





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February 03, 2018, 02:37:07 PM
Last edit: February 03, 2018, 04:38:13 PM by silvermetal
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Yesss finally received my settlement payment by post
About 65 dollars for each bitcoin taken by cryptsy  🤣

Well that's it i guess...

I have learned my lesson; never trust or use a centralized cryptocoin exchange ever again!
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