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December 19, 2016, 08:17:31 AM
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Bitgold is still in pending list , even though you added it to the official one. I recommend adding "Goldmoney.com" too, as It's the new name of "Bitgold.com" . If people googles first , chances that they will search using the new name are higher so It's better to add both names.

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December 22, 2016, 02:30:02 AM
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Please add the following scam sites to this list:

Torwallet.com - onion link: 3hinuo4cve4pdysb.onion
bitcointumble.com - onion link: d5zy5343sr4gonmu.onion
BitcoinCloudMiner.net

reference and explanation for all of the above links

Thank you!

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December 23, 2016, 07:46:50 PM
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Apologies.

anyone confirm that bitmanusa.com is a scam?
Looks like it.After checking out the site thoroughly,I figured out the site is poorly designed for running a hardware selling business.And the suspicious part,only one address is staked with a pub key to send money to
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Possibly run by an individual and not the team as displayed on the site.If I was you,I'd dare not to send any bitcoins to that address.
Has this site scammed anything from anyone? I don't know about adding something to this list without them actually stealing something.



You should add Genesis-Mining.com

It is a confirmed scam / fraud (check my thread if you are unsure we have plenty of testimonies) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1185909.msg12482453#msg12482453
I support this member. Genesis Mining should definitely be on the list to remove doubt to people who are new to bitcoin mining. Many websites still  promote it as a legit company, but a few websites have exposed it as an unethical company, e.g.
1.  https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@wisdomx44/scam-alert-do-not-invest-in-genesis-mining
2.  http://kipicommunity.org/genesis-mining-review-is-it-profitable-to-mine-with-genesis-mining/
I was considering not adding this simply due to it being the customer's duty to be sure that their investments are profitable, however since it seems to be more a case of false advertising and there are multiple references I will add it. Thanks.



Bitport.net Is A Scam Web Site...
Added to the list. Thanks again.



Scam exchange  site   coinmango.com   
Please provide some reference/source for your accusation, preferably in the form of a thread in Scam Accusations and I will consider adding it to the list.



Bitgold is still in pending list , even though you added it to the official one. I recommend adding "Goldmoney.com" too, as It's the new name of "Bitgold.com" . If people googles first , chances that they will search using the new name are higher so It's better to add both names.
Fixed and added. Thank you.



Please add the following scam sites to this list:

Torwallet.com - onion link: 3hinuo4cve4pdysb.onion
bitcointumble.com - onion link: d5zy5343sr4gonmu.onion
BitcoinCloudMiner.net

reference and explanation for all of the above links

Thank you!
Torwallet is already on this list, however I have added the clearnet addresses of the other two sites to the list with the reference specified. I haven't added the .onion addresses as I was told previously that said addresses change often. Can you confirm this? Thanks.

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December 24, 2016, 12:04:54 AM
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Please add the following scam sites to this list:

Torwallet.com - onion link: 3hinuo4cve4pdysb.onion
bitcointumble.com - onion link: d5zy5343sr4gonmu.onion
BitcoinCloudMiner.net

reference and explanation for all of the above links

Thank you!
Torwallet is already on this list, however I have added the clearnet addresses of the other two sites to the list with the reference specified. I haven't added the .onion addresses as I was told previously that said addresses change often. Can you confirm this? Thanks.
.onion addresses work somewhat similar to Bitcoin addresses in that they both use a public/private keypair. In order to host a particular .onion website, you will need the private key for that .onion address. Similar to Bitcoin addresses, it is unlikely that two people will generate the same .onion address based on the private key they create, and owners of .onion websites can use a "vanity generator" to create a "vanity" .onion address.

It is my understanding that the amount of resources it takes to generate a .onion address is similar to the amount of resources it takes to generate a Bitcoin address, however if you change the .onion address of your tor website, then you will need to tell anyone who wants to access your website your new .onion address (which creates security issues).

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December 24, 2016, 12:28:04 AM
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.onion addresses work somewhat similar to Bitcoin addresses in that they both use a public/private keypair. In order to host a particular .onion website, you will need the private key for that .onion address. Similar to Bitcoin addresses, it is unlikely that two people will generate the same .onion address based on the private key they create, and owners of .onion websites can use a "vanity generator" to create a "vanity" .onion address.
It is my understanding that the amount of resources it takes to generate a .onion address is similar to the amount of resources it takes to generate a Bitcoin address, however if you change the .onion address of your tor website, then you will need to tell anyone who wants to access your website your new .onion address (which creates security issues).
I understand that part. I was mainly concerning a previous post in this thread that reported the .onion addresses for sites owned by moriarty changed very often:
These onion sites change url monthly. They changed url dozens of times.
However, the onion site URL seems to have kept consistent from September to the time of your report, so I will add them to the OP. Thanks.

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December 24, 2016, 12:39:47 AM
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Since the previous thread by Tomatocage is now somewhat useless due to his inactivity I have decided to remake this list so it can be updated more regularly. I will also try to format it slightly better for easier readability. Thank you to Tomatocage for the original list.

Notice:
I have removed any obvious ponzi sites (E.G "Double your bitcoins in 2 days") from the list and they will not be added; everyone should already know to avoid these and adding them will only unnecessarily inflate this list. Faucets will also not be added to this list.


Confirmed Scams (stay away from these sites):
SCAM 120bitcoins.com - Reference
SCAM 999Dice.com - Reference
SCAM alldiscounts.club - Reference
SCAM auto-exchanger.com - Reference
SCAM bi0ckchein.info - Reference
SCAM beastminer.net - Reference
SCAM bitcart.io - Reference
SCAM bitclub.io - Reference
SCAM bitcoin-ex.com - Reference
SCAM bitcoin-forums.net - Phishing site
SCAM bitcoin-mixer.com - Reference
SCAM bitcoin-paypal.gr - Reference
SCAM bitcoin-power.com - Reference
SCAM bitcoin-stocks.com - Reference
SCAM bitcoinbev.com - Reference
SCAM bitcoinblackfriday.info - Reference
SCAM bitcoincloudminer.com - Reference
SCAM bitcoincloudservices.net - Reference
SCAM bitcoinmixer.info - Reference
SCAM bitcoinonline24.com - Bitcoin 'generator'/multiplier scam.
SCAM [Suspicious link removed].org - Reference - Not to be confused with bitcointalk.org
SCAM bitcointechy.com - Reference
SCAM bitcointopp.com - Currency Exchange Scam
SCAM bitcointumble.com - Reference
SCAM bitcoinvanitygen.com - Reference
SCAM bitdays.org - Reference
SCAM bitfog.io - Reference
SCAM bitgold.com - Reference - Reference 2
SCAM bitlaunder.com - Owned by moriartybitcoin, scammer - Reference  - Reference 2 - yxku52sygpn7oubv.onion
SCAM bitpap.com - Reference
SCAM bitplastic.com - Reference
SCAM bitport.net - Reference
SCAM bitsell.me - Reference
SCAM bitwallet.cc - Reference
SCAM bitxim.com - Reference
SCAM blackarrowsoftware.com - Reference
SCAM blocekchain.info - Reference
SCAM bloclkchian.info - Reference
SCAM blockminer.eu - Reference
SCAM btc4gen.com - Bitcoin 'generator' scam.
SCAM btc-bets.com - Reference
SCAM btc-casino.io - Reference
SCAM [Suspicious link removed] - Reference
SCAM btcflap.com - Reference
SCAM btcmixers.com - Owned by moriartybitcoin, scammer - Reference - Reference 2
SCAM btcto.money - Reference
SCAM butterflylabs.com - Mining hardware scam
SCAM cloudminr.io - Reference
SCAM cloudthink.io - Reference
SCAM coal-mine.site - Reference
SCAM coindesk.us - Reference
SCAM coinmixer.net - Owned by moriartybitcoin, scammer - Reference - Reference 2 - x3lzzuvdhzl7cwiy.onion
SCAM cryptoconomist.biz - Reference
SCAM cryptsy.com - Currency Exchange scam
SCAM darklaunder.com - Owned by moriartybitcoin, scammer - Reference - Reference 2 - 3js2eg2fkmu24th3.onion
SCAM darkwallet.co - Reference
SCAM deepwebreviews.com - Owned by moriartybitcoin, scammer - Reference - Reference 2
SCAM duckbit.com - Reference
SCAM easyconvert.us - Reference
SCAM ebitinvest.com - Reference
SCAM ecurrencyxchanga.com - Currency Exchange scam
SCAM electrum.pw - Reference
SCAM electrum.space - Reference
SCAM electrum-wallet.com - Reference
SCAM exchange-ecurrency.com - Reference
SCAM fanbitcoin.com - Reference - Should only be used for archival purposes.
SCAM fastminer.net - Reference
SCAM genesis-mining.com - Reference - Reference 2
SCAM giftcardforum.xyz - Reference
SCAM goldmoney.com - See bitgold.com.
SCAM goldxcash.com - Reference - Reference 2
SCAM grmining.com - Mining scam
SCAM hashocean.com - Reference
SCAM [Suspicious link removed] - Reference
SCAM hitbtc.com - Reference - Reference 2
SCAM honestexchanger.com - Reference
SCAM hybridmixer.com - Reference
SCAM igot.com - Reference 1 - Reference 2
SCAM instaforexchange.com - Reference
SCAM ltcgear.com - Reference
SCAM mineprofit.com - Reference
SCAM minethatcloud.com - Reference
SCAM mining.ml - Reference
SCAM mmmoffice.com - Reference - Including all other MMM websites.
SCAM moneypakforbitcoins.com - Reference
SCAM moneypakforbitcoins.us - Currency Exchange scam
SCAM moneypaktobitcoins.com - Reference
SCAM moneypaktobitcoins.us - Currency Exchange scam
SCAM neteller-exchanger.com - Reference
SCAM onedice.me - Reference
SCAM ore-mine.org - Reference
SCAM p2pwallet.cc - Reference
SCAM payypalexchange.blogspot.com - Currency Exchange Scam
SCAM paypalmycashtobitcoin.blogspot.com - Currency Exchange Scam
SCAM PBMining.com - Cloud Mining scam
SCAM scrypt.cc - Reference
SCAM sellbitcoin.us - Reference
SCAM securebitcoinwallet.net - Reference
SCAM shapeshit.io - Reference - Not to be confused with shapeshift.io
SCAM stablebit.biz - Reference
SCAM stakeminers.com - Reference
SCAM strevos.com - Reference
SCAM thebtcescrow.com - Reference
SCAM thegiftcardforum.com - Reference
SCAM titanbtc.com - Reference - See giftcardforum.xyz
SCAM torwallet.com - Owned by moriartybitcoin, scammer - Reference - Reference 2 - 3hinuo4cve4pdysb.onion
SCAM tukarbitcoin.info - Currency Exchange Scam
SCAM val1d.ru - Scam forum
SCAM webuyyourbitcoins.com - Reference

Pending Scams (exercise caution using these sites):
Pending btcexzone.com - Reference
Pending coinurl.com - Reference
Pending paxful.com -  Reference - Reference 2 - Reference 3
Pending vobmining.com - Reference

Changelog:
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24/12/16 - Updated certain sites to add the .onion URL counterparts.
23/12/16 - Added genesis-mining.com, bitport.net, goldmoney.com, bitcointumble.com and bitcoincloudminer.net to the list. Removed bitgold.com from Pending (duplicate).
02/11/16 - Added blocekchain.info, bi0ckchein.info and beastminer.net to the list. Removed cryptonator.com from the list.
16/09/16 - Added btcmixers.com, deepwebreviews.com, torwallet.com and darklaunder.com to the list.
16/09/16 - Added duckbit.com to the list.
12/09/16 - Added bitcoinonline24.com to the list.
08/09/16 - Added hybridmixer.com and btc4gen.com to the list.
30/08/16 - Moved paxful.com to Pending and bitcart.io to the main list.
17/08/16 - Added [Suspicious link removed] to the list.
26/07/16 - Added hitbtc.com to the list.
18/07/16 - Added neteller-exchanger.com to the list.
27/06/16 - Added hashocean.com and bitgold.com to the list.
07/06/16 - Added bitwallet.cc to the list.
31/05/16 - Added bitfog.io and bitxim.com to the list.
27/05/16 - Added paxful.com to the list.
16/05/16 - Added fanbitcoin.com to the list.
15/05/16 - Added bloclkchian.info and cryptonator.com to the list.
01/05/16 - Added thegiftcardforum.com.
27/04/16 - Added bitcointechy.com and cryptsy.com to the list. Added coinurl.com to Pending.
17/04/16 - Added giftcardforum.xyz.
29/03/16 - Added securebitcoinwallet.net.
21/03/16 - Added auto-exchanger.com to the list.
18/03/16 - Changed the notice at the top of the page.
17/03/16 - Added btcexzone.com to Pending.
10/03/16 - Added [Suspicious link removed].org.
07/03/16 - Added stakeminers.com, blackarrowsoftware.com and igot.com.
05/02/16 - Added electrum.pw, electrum.space, bitcoin-ex.com and bitdays.org to the list.
31/01/16 - Added titanbtc.com and fixed some formatting errors.
29/01/16 - Added btcto.money to the list, removed from Pending.
23/01/16 - Added goldxcash.com and coal-mine.site. Added vobmining.com to Pending.
20/01/16 - Added btcto.money and bitgold.com to Pending.
18/01/16 - Added mmmoffice.com. Removed bitcoinminerz.com due to it being parked. Thread stickied, thanks theymos!
17/01/16 - Added shapeshit.io and sorted list alphabetically.
16/01/16 - Added cryptsy.com and ore-mine.org.
14/01/16 - Added darkwallet.co.
13/01/16 - Reposted Tomatocage's list, changed presentation, removed any obvious ponzis or offline sites found. Added bitcoinblackfriday.info and coinmixer.net.

Please report any changes you would like to see here and I will take them into consideration and add them.

When reporting, please be sure not to include http:// in the URL, simply [domain].[ext].
When you suggest adding a site to the OP, you shouldn't use "http://" as this will create a backlink and will improve the sites rankings on google (and other search engines).
Thank you for your thread . it's very useful for me to stay away with these bullshit sites because i'm a newbie here
I had hit some sites like this and I lost money for this.

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December 24, 2016, 05:28:57 AM
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.onion addresses work somewhat similar to Bitcoin addresses in that they both use a public/private keypair. In order to host a particular .onion website, you will need the private key for that .onion address. Similar to Bitcoin addresses, it is unlikely that two people will generate the same .onion address based on the private key they create, and owners of .onion websites can use a "vanity generator" to create a "vanity" .onion address.
It is my understanding that the amount of resources it takes to generate a .onion address is similar to the amount of resources it takes to generate a Bitcoin address, however if you change the .onion address of your tor website, then you will need to tell anyone who wants to access your website your new .onion address (which creates security issues).
I understand that part. I was mainly concerning a previous post in this thread that reported the .onion addresses for sites owned by moriarty changed very often:
These onion sites change url monthly. They changed url dozens of times.
However, the onion site URL seems to have kept consistent from September to the time of your report, so I will add them to the OP. Thanks.
The onion addresses may change however they will never belong to someone else. Having the name of the site in the OP will probably suffice especially if users report the onion addresses in the replies as they will still show up in google search results.

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Could you add cryptonator.com to the list? Reference here.

This has been resolved.
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December 26, 2016, 02:32:30 PM
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You should add Genesis-Mining.com

It is a confirmed scam / fraud (check my thread if you are unsure we have plenty of testimonies) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1185909.msg12482453#msg12482453
I support this member. Genesis Mining should definitely be on the list to remove doubt to people who are new to bitcoin mining. Many websites still  promote it as a legit company, but a few websites have exposed it as an unethical company, e.g.
1.  https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@wisdomx44/scam-alert-do-not-invest-in-genesis-mining
2.  http://kipicommunity.org/genesis-mining-review-is-it-profitable-to-mine-with-genesis-mining/
I was considering not adding this simply due to it being the customer's duty to be sure that their investments are profitable, however since it seems to be more a case of false advertising and there are multiple references I will add it. Thanks.


Thank you very much. I appreciate it. By the way, thank you for the time you're putting into this list. It's a great job you're doing.

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I have another to add to your site;

Sharkoin.com It appeared to be legit but I soon found out it is a total fraud. I had played on this site for a few days making numerous deposits but no withdraws. Then suddenly I had a streak of luck an accumulated $1600. worth of bitcoins. I decided to cashout my winnings and perhaps return again sometime. Not so easy to say the least. The site operator began citing rules that I had broken and therefore wasn't going to pay me. First he said that I had been playing on more than one account, which I had, one on my mobile and one on my desktop but there were no rules stating that I couldn't. The he said I was using bots or robots (which I wouldn't know where to get or even uses these bots or robots) which was totally not true. In the end I asked him that if he had all these rules how was I supposed to know when none of them were on his website. He told me they were listed but when I showed him the screenshots of all the Google "last update" cached pages from the time I joined his site with no such rules, and the the most recent site that contained Google date and time stamp showing where he added these rules the same day he emailed me the reasons he wasn't paying me. It was at this point when I pointed out what he had done, he stopped responding to my emails.
Visitors to this site should be very careful about making deposits. He may pay out small "Cashout Requests" less than $50.00 to keep the scam going for as long as possible, but sizable withdraws will not be sent.

I have posted on this forum in the past (about a year ago) and it was a post where I came to the defense of Bitcoinvideocasino.com , I was tired of people posting false negative information about them and I felt the need to tell what my experience had been with them and that I thought they were the best online casino I had ever played and in fact had won several large jackpots and was paid everytime. So with that said, I'm not some kind of anti gambling quack that's just trying to lodge a false complaint, I'm just tired of being scammed by the people like the people behind Sharkoin, it's giving the entire bitcoin community a bad name. Everytime I try to introduce someone new to bitcoin I hear the same thing about oh that's that ecurrency that everybody scams each other out of.


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Could you add the gainbitcoin.com as well? 
Detailed explanation about scam nature is available at sub-forum India  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1440600.0

This site is also mentioned in the http://www.badbitcoin.org/thebadlist/

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ahaha everyday they launch a site that can pay you.And everyday every sites gonna scam you.. totally in doublers  Grin
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URL : Fairproof.com
Scam accusations : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1758909.0 (new) and https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=974147.0 (old)

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For some reason,I'm unable to open the website.Going through old threads,turns out it's not only me who doesn't seem to open the website.Maybe their targets are country specific.Deserves to be on the list anyway.

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January 25, 2017, 01:39:22 PM
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Btcriver.com
bitdoubler.com

scam sites
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January 31, 2017, 10:20:30 AM
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URL: 1xbit.com
Scam accusations: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1656107.msg17621858#msg17621858
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1656107.msg17640447#msg17640447
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1656107.msg17646380#msg17646380

scam accusation thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1775566.0
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January 31, 2017, 02:43:18 PM
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please add www.cardingf.com in the list!
I got scammed Sad 1k usd  Embarrassed

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1771882.new#new
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February 03, 2017, 03:18:32 PM
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please add www.cardingf.com in the list!
I got scammed Sad 1k usd  Embarrassed

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1771882.new#new

What did you expect to happen while being involved in some carding activities ? and this also not related to bitcointalk because you traded with somebody else on the forums so you should open a scam accusation there and not here.

URL : thegar.org
Scam Accusation : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1776092.0

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February 05, 2017, 06:22:37 PM
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https://bter.com  still have not paid back nothing since got hacked(insider job) ols don t ever use bter.
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February 07, 2017, 07:57:03 AM
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Globalreveneu.net is scam site, I should understand from .net but anyways.
It was offering bonus on opening which was 11 days ago. I put some bitcoin in it plus bonus,
Offers %30 in 5 days. After 2 days they deleted bonus after 4 days they raised minimum deposit. I have request on withdraw from last week. ( the site says payments are daily) nope no paying back anything.


Withdrawal request   $ 2.45  [cancel]   Feb-3-2017 02:12:09 PM
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