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August 26, 2016, 05:30:38 PM
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Only the first 31.5 million coin are in the markert place they said 15 percent at a time and over 20 years they sell the remaining coins there is no way half the coins where dumped on the markert the price would be way lower its in blasko s and all the others at v o x to make,it,a huge success they have 180 millon coins left and that's the way they can become rich all the cursing negative comments is coming from people who are not in the loop it's pure and nasty negative speculation on there part I know,virtually reality is going to be huge and v o x is positioned we'll be a big part of it
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August 26, 2016, 08:03:29 PM
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Anyone that wants a slack invitation, simply send me your email and we will add you.

Far as the attacks go, I will not respond to people like wtman as he is not trying to help VOX or the Voxelus platform. His agenda is to cause FUD and nothing more with the same things over and over.

Voxelus is working on improvements, new content, new characters, and new worlds everyday.  Anyone using the platform can easily see the development happening.

Being the #1 VR content provider in the world will have major advantages in the coming future. VR headsets are expected to be the hot item for the holiday season this year. Where are all those people going to go for VR content, and VR worlds? They are going to go to Voxelus.
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August 27, 2016, 09:37:17 AM
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Seems like my question slipped through the cracks, so let me ask that again

@jimblasko: why does Voxel need to be it's own blockchain, in particular a cripled blockchain that's controlled centrally and therefore pointless? You would have much less maintenance overhead, much more transparency, and real decentralization if you used tokens like Counterparty or Omni or Ethereum based tokens. It would also be much more simple for everyone to use and for exchanges to support. There are many good projects that use these tokens: Maidsafe, Synereo, Storj, Agoras... You may have future plans to implement custom features at blockchain level, but by then blockchain technology will have changed so much that your Litecoin fork will be totally obsolete anyway.
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August 27, 2016, 03:27:38 PM
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Anyone that wants a slack invitation, simply send me your email and we will add you.

Far as the attacks go, I will not respond to people like wtman as he is not trying to help VOX or the Voxelus platform. His agenda is to cause FUD and nothing more with the same things over and over.

Voxelus is working on improvements, new content, new characters, and new worlds everyday.  Anyone using the platform can easily see the development happening.

Being the #1 VR content provider in the world will have major advantages in the coming future. VR headsets are expected to be the hot item for the holiday season this year. Where are all those people going to go for VR content, and VR worlds? They are going to go to Voxelus.

As usual he copped out without answering concerns

What you call FUD is actually legitimate frustration over lack of communication from your side. The dev says nothing. I would like to see the premine address with 180 million Voxels
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August 27, 2016, 04:10:24 PM
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Only the first 31.5 million coin are in the markert place they said 15 percent at a time and over 20 years they sell the remaining coins there is no way half the coins where dumped on the markert the price would be way lower its in blasko s and all the others at v o x to make,it,a huge success they have 180 millon coins left and that's the way they can become rich all the cursing negative comments is coming from people who are not in the loop it's pure and nasty negative speculation on there part I know,virtually reality is going to be huge and v o x is positioned we'll be a big part of it

Post the premine address with 180 million coins. It is not too much to ask

Jim Blasko obviously doesn't give a fuck about questions on Voxels. He is more focused on his other shitcoin UNB

You ask Jim Blasko about Voxelus, he's like, "oh go use Voxelus and find out"
Ask him about Premine, "go look at the block explorer"
What is your job then Mr Blasko, please leave. The Vox community does not need you. We need a better member who is not afraid of answering questions
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August 28, 2016, 12:09:32 PM
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You bet these shameless scammers aren't even working http://forum.voxelus.com/index.php?threads/editor-wont-load.497/#post-1606

Forum thread started on Aug 11 by someone asking for help regarding an editor that wouldn't load.

17 days - no response by anyone. Most of the forum is dead - no announcements, bug reports or tutorials for a LONG TIME. Some sections of the forum are overrun with spam.

No one answers concerns about the premine (where is it? show us the addresses)

Halsey Minor, Jim and Martin keep dumping the premine on you fools who would rather not complain and keep waiting for good things to happen.
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August 29, 2016, 04:10:26 AM
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I've been looking a bit into Martin Repetto's background. According to his LinkedIn profile, he was CEO or Minor Studio (a company of Hasley Minor) from 2008 to 2011, and was in charge of a game project called Atmosphir, which key feature was the ability to design your own 3D worlds. Looking at Youtube videos of Atmosphir back then, when it had 20 or so developers working actively on it (again according to Martin Repetto's LinkedIn), it looks strikingly similar to Voxelus.
Video tutorial of Atmosphir builder (2010): here
Video tutorial of Voxelus builder (2015): here
There are many more similarities, like similar textures used between Atmosphir and Voxelus. Search Atmosphir videos on Youtube and Voxelus videos on Vimeo.

So same entrepreneur, same CEO, same lead developer, same concept, very very similar engine and game mechanics, very similar texture and objects base...
This leads me to the question: is Voxelus an attempt to ROI Atmosphir's intellectual property (that belongs to Minor Studio and therefore Hasley Minor)? What happened to Atmosphir? Could the same happen to Voxelus?

According to Atmorsphir's wikia page:

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During November 2011, Atmosphir's website had been going blank. It is now confirmed that it is abandoned and all of the progress on it has stopped.
During February 2012, the site reopened. A new developer, called RohanArin's released a statement a few days after the reopening:
"Hi, I began working on the bugs last year. There may be short downtimes to update things. Your levels and accounts are backed up, so no worries. I work on several things at Minor Studios among which now include maintaining atmosphir until more developers are hired. I am aware of most of the bugs, but if you find something new post it so it can be tracked down. Anyway the site should be up for a while Smiley Also stay tuned for some cool new stuff. Best, Rohan"
Not munch is known except the fact that new developers are slowly being hired. Updates may come in a very slow time due to the bugs and the problems Hayley caused to make him finish in first place.

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Atmosphir returned at the hands of its old community as of January 7th 2013 (The game died due to lack of funding in 2012). While the game is currently up and running again, the website is no longer available. This project was made possible by two developers. One user began the driver by de-compiling all of Atmosphir. It was later revealed that another used had been working on a functional Atmosphir server as well.

So basically the project failed due to lack of funding after one or two years of uncertainty where progress seemed to have staled, site was blank, and little information was released in complete disregard of the community... Does that ring a bell? And when the project ultimately died, instead of releasing the code as open source to save the thousands of hours of work the community poured in building games and levels, Minor Studio just pulled the plug and hung them out to dry, and some community users had to reverse engineer the binaries to figure how to recreate an open source version of the engine to salvage everybody's work.

Three years later the project is relaunched as Voxelus, still closed source although it's been crowdfunded. And once again, funds dry up, development stales, information release slows down to a trickle. Are we headed for a repeat of the failure of Atmorsphir? Is the project going to agonize another one or two years while every last premine token is being dumped, and then the project will shutdown, and reopen under another name in a few more years? Or was Voxelus just a way to ROI the expenses incurred by Minor on Atmosphir at the minor cost of a simple GUI redesign and a bit of marketing?

How to interpret this is very much a question of subjective perception. Under the current circumstances where the leadership of the project can't even be bothered giving updates to the community that crowd funded their project, and yet still actively maintain a wash-trade bot on Bittrex to generate fake volume, the worst should be assumed.

Let's give one more week to Voxelus folks to get their shit together, give an update and answer pending questions on this thread.
If nothing is done, we should assume this is indeed a scam based on a rehashed and rebranded failed project, and start airing the matter more widely, including contacting Bittrex and Poloniex to ask delisting.
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August 29, 2016, 04:26:34 AM
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The volume manipulation is serious in bittrex. With only 10 btc buy support, it creates daily 50 BTC volume. Must be whale self buy and sell.  Cry

I just wonder why he didn't do this on polo, if he does this on polo daily, it will ensure the listing on polo, never be delisted from polo
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August 29, 2016, 11:08:40 AM
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Up over 20%. Any news?
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August 30, 2016, 12:11:17 AM
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They were selling 900vox per 1btc in crowdsale and now for 1 btc you can buy about 12,5k vox. Shocked

I smell a huge pump. We had a few test pumps and price seems to bottomed at 6k.

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August 30, 2016, 04:30:57 AM
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They were selling 900vox per 1btc in crowdsale and now for 1 btc you can buy about 12,5k vox. Shocked

I smell a huge pump. We had a few test pumps and price seems to bottomed at 6k.


How do you derive the pump? hmm...

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August 30, 2016, 09:23:44 AM
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They were selling 900vox per 1btc in crowdsale and now for 1 btc you can buy about 12,5k vox. Shocked

I smell a huge pump. We had a few test pumps and price seems to bottomed at 6k.


How do you derive the pump? hmm...

Look at the chart there's an answer.

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August 30, 2016, 01:48:36 PM
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They were selling 900vox per 1btc in crowdsale and now for 1 btc you can buy about 12,5k vox. Shocked

I smell a huge pump. We had a few test pumps and price seems to bottomed at 6k.


How do you derive the pump? hmm...

Look at the chart there's an answer.


Look the supply there's an answer


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August 31, 2016, 11:49:17 AM
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I've been looking a bit into Martin Repetto's background. According to his LinkedIn profile, he was CEO or Minor Studio (a company of Hasley Minor) from 2008 to 2011, and was in charge of a game project called Atmosphir, which key feature was the ability to design your own 3D worlds. Looking at Youtube videos of Atmosphir back then, when it had 20 or so developers working actively on it (again according to Martin Repetto's LinkedIn), it looks strikingly similar to Voxelus.
Video tutorial of Atmosphir builder (2010): here
Video tutorial of Voxelus builder (2015): here
There are many more similarities, like similar textures used between Atmosphir and Voxelus. Search Atmosphir videos on Youtube and Voxelus videos on Vimeo.

So same entrepreneur, same CEO, same lead developer, same concept, very very similar engine and game mechanics, very similar texture and objects base...
This leads me to the question: is Voxelus an attempt to ROI Atmosphir's intellectual property (that belongs to Minor Studio and therefore Hasley Minor)? What happened to Atmosphir? Could the same happen to Voxelus?

According to Atmorsphir's wikia page:

Quote
During November 2011, Atmosphir's website had been going blank. It is now confirmed that it is abandoned and all of the progress on it has stopped.
During February 2012, the site reopened. A new developer, called RohanArin's released a statement a few days after the reopening:
"Hi, I began working on the bugs last year. There may be short downtimes to update things. Your levels and accounts are backed up, so no worries. I work on several things at Minor Studios among which now include maintaining atmosphir until more developers are hired. I am aware of most of the bugs, but if you find something new post it so it can be tracked down. Anyway the site should be up for a while Smiley Also stay tuned for some cool new stuff. Best, Rohan"
Not munch is known except the fact that new developers are slowly being hired. Updates may come in a very slow time due to the bugs and the problems Hayley caused to make him finish in first place.

then

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Atmosphir returned at the hands of its old community as of January 7th 2013 (The game died due to lack of funding in 2012). While the game is currently up and running again, the website is no longer available. This project was made possible by two developers. One user began the driver by de-compiling all of Atmosphir. It was later revealed that another used had been working on a functional Atmosphir server as well.

So basically the project failed due to lack of funding after one or two years of uncertainty where progress seemed to have staled, site was blank, and little information was released in complete disregard of the community... Does that ring a bell? And when the project ultimately died, instead of releasing the code as open source to save the thousands of hours of work the community poured in building games and levels, Minor Studio just pulled the plug and hung them out to dry, and some community users had to reverse engineer the binaries to figure how to recreate an open source version of the engine to salvage everybody's work.

Three years later the project is relaunched as Voxelus, still closed source although it's been crowdfunded. And once again, funds dry up, development stales, information release slows down to a trickle. Are we headed for a repeat of the failure of Atmorsphir? Is the project going to agonize another one or two years while every last premine token is being dumped, and then the project will shutdown, and reopen under another name in a few more years? Or was Voxelus just a way to ROI the expenses incurred by Minor on Atmosphir at the minor cost of a simple GUI redesign and a bit of marketing?

How to interpret this is very much a question of subjective perception. Under the current circumstances where the leadership of the project can't even be bothered giving updates to the community that crowd funded their project, and yet still actively maintain a wash-trade bot on Bittrex to generate fake volume, the worst should be assumed.

Let's give one more week to Voxelus folks to get their shit together, give an update and answer pending questions on this thread.
If nothing is done, we should assume this is indeed a scam based on a rehashed and rebranded failed project, and start airing the matter more widely, including contacting Bittrex and Poloniex to ask delisting.

Good job here.  I think right now there isn't much more to say than that.
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August 31, 2016, 11:51:25 AM
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They were selling 900vox per 1btc in crowdsale and now for 1 btc you can buy about 12,5k vox. Shocked

I smell a huge pump. We had a few test pumps and price seems to bottomed at 6k.


How do you derive the pump? hmm...

Look at the chart there's an answer.


Look the supply there's an answer

I think this coin is a scam, dev insta dumped the coin, I don't think ico investors would dump this from 0.001+ to 0.00007, unless the investors are stupid.
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August 31, 2016, 12:02:23 PM
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They were selling 900vox per 1btc in crowdsale and now for 1 btc you can buy about 12,5k vox. Shocked

I smell a huge pump. We had a few test pumps and price seems to bottomed at 6k.


How do you derive the pump? hmm...

Look at the chart there's an answer.


Look the supply there's an answer

I think this coin is a scam, dev insta dumped the coin, I don't think ico investors would dump this from 0.001+ to 0.00007, unless the investors are stupid.

Someone other than investors whose holding a lot of coins dumped VOX from the start, mostly everyone knows who's the real culprit.
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August 31, 2016, 12:29:52 PM
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They were selling 900vox per 1btc in crowdsale and now for 1 btc you can buy about 12,5k vox. Shocked

I smell a huge pump. We had a few test pumps and price seems to bottomed at 6k.


How do you derive the pump? hmm...

Look at the chart there's an answer.


Look the supply there's an answer

I think this coin is a scam, dev insta dumped the coin, I don't think ico investors would dump this from 0.001+ to 0.00007, unless the investors are stupid.

Someone other than investors whose holding a lot of coins dumped VOX from the start, mostly everyone knows who's the real culprit.

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August 31, 2016, 07:14:32 PM
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Hello guys,

i hope anyone can help me my voxel desktop wallet doesnt syncro ...
i tryt do send 200 voxel to my desktop wallet but now the wallet doesnt syncro :/

thanks
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September 01, 2016, 03:19:39 PM
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I expect the Voxels article from UploadVR to hit soon.

So, when is the interview going to be published?
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September 01, 2016, 06:55:03 PM
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I've been looking a bit into Martin Repetto's background. According to his LinkedIn profile, he was CEO or Minor Studio (a company of Hasley Minor) from 2008 to 2011, and was in charge of a game project called Atmosphir, which key feature was the ability to design your own 3D worlds. Looking at Youtube videos of Atmosphir back then, when it had 20 or so developers working actively on it (again according to Martin Repetto's LinkedIn), it looks strikingly similar to Voxelus.
Video tutorial of Atmosphir builder (2010): here
Video tutorial of Voxelus builder (2015): here
There are many more similarities, like similar textures used between Atmosphir and Voxelus. Search Atmosphir videos on Youtube and Voxelus videos on Vimeo.

So same entrepreneur, same CEO, same lead developer, same concept, very very similar engine and game mechanics, very similar texture and objects base...
This leads me to the question: is Voxelus an attempt to ROI Atmosphir's intellectual property (that belongs to Minor Studio and therefore Hasley Minor)? What happened to Atmosphir? Could the same happen to Voxelus?

According to Atmorsphir's wikia page:

Quote
During November 2011, Atmosphir's website had been going blank. It is now confirmed that it is abandoned and all of the progress on it has stopped.
During February 2012, the site reopened. A new developer, called RohanArin's released a statement a few days after the reopening:
"Hi, I began working on the bugs last year. There may be short downtimes to update things. Your levels and accounts are backed up, so no worries. I work on several things at Minor Studios among which now include maintaining atmosphir until more developers are hired. I am aware of most of the bugs, but if you find something new post it so it can be tracked down. Anyway the site should be up for a while Smiley Also stay tuned for some cool new stuff. Best, Rohan"
Not munch is known except the fact that new developers are slowly being hired. Updates may come in a very slow time due to the bugs and the problems Hayley caused to make him finish in first place.

then

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Atmosphir returned at the hands of its old community as of January 7th 2013 (The game died due to lack of funding in 2012). While the game is currently up and running again, the website is no longer available. This project was made possible by two developers. One user began the driver by de-compiling all of Atmosphir. It was later revealed that another used had been working on a functional Atmosphir server as well.

So basically the project failed due to lack of funding after one or two years of uncertainty where progress seemed to have staled, site was blank, and little information was released in complete disregard of the community... Does that ring a bell? And when the project ultimately died, instead of releasing the code as open source to save the thousands of hours of work the community poured in building games and levels, Minor Studio just pulled the plug and hung them out to dry, and some community users had to reverse engineer the binaries to figure how to recreate an open source version of the engine to salvage everybody's work.

Three years later the project is relaunched as Voxelus, still closed source although it's been crowdfunded. And once again, funds dry up, development stales, information release slows down to a trickle. Are we headed for a repeat of the failure of Atmorsphir? Is the project going to agonize another one or two years while every last premine token is being dumped, and then the project will shutdown, and reopen under another name in a few more years? Or was Voxelus just a way to ROI the expenses incurred by Minor on Atmosphir at the minor cost of a simple GUI redesign and a bit of marketing?

How to interpret this is very much a question of subjective perception. Under the current circumstances where the leadership of the project can't even be bothered giving updates to the community that crowd funded their project, and yet still actively maintain a wash-trade bot on Bittrex to generate fake volume, the worst should be assumed.

Let's give one more week to Voxelus folks to get their shit together, give an update and answer pending questions on this thread.
If nothing is done, we should assume this is indeed a scam based on a rehashed and rebranded failed project, and start airing the matter more widely, including contacting Bittrex and Poloniex to ask delisting.

Good job here.  I think right now there isn't much more to say than that.
one of the last nail in the coffin...

Thanks very much for this due diligence. Very informative.
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