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January 14, 2016, 08:25:14 PM
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Some one could sue you because of taking millions basing on this forum rules and not explaining it.It's doesn't applies anywhere else.Now you came to my point.
To clarify: I have no access to any forum funds nor have I ever had access. You can't sue me for anything, nor will there come a time in which it would be possible for you to sue 'Lauda'. Good luck suing a pseudonym on the internet; Back to the topic: As far as theymos is concerned, the money is being properly spent. If you want to investigate then you are free to as long as you don't start ignorant (at best) posts on reddit claiming that he has done something bad with it without evidence.

lol lol lol I am not talking bout you bud.I will not sue any "  pseudonym on the internet " and the reason is already available in my above post.I care bout my coins not who is losing and who is gaining.No, i wont dig probably as i sort of experienced a trust previously and i have seen how they twist things and repeat it like a religion.

However,I don't come to conclusions until i know stuff & these are just some basic rules i would stick to.I wont take anyone's side anytime but only hope that my coins increase in value and not just simply collapse some day.To be honest why would i care if some shitheads gave their money to some fuckhead ? No reason for anyone to care as we are seeing a new ponzi scam everyday.But it shouldn't effect BITCOIN though,which sadly is happening.
I wasn't talking about you when I said "influenced by people".
I just made my point more clear by saying that.Nothing else.

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January 14, 2016, 08:48:30 PM
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How/what would you advice someone to research or explore to get knowledge of at least 80% of the transactions,or simply they are not allowed to ?

I don't publish info about individual transactions. You can see more-or-less how much BTC the forum has by looking at the treasury addresses.

However, only about $50,000 was donated according to BTC price at time of donation. While I am appreciative to donators, the millions of dollars made later were from capital gains and ad income -- things that I am primarily responsible for. So don't go around acting like this is some big swindle, especially when I actually am reinvesting all profit into the forum and the community, as it says on the donation page.

For the /r/Bitcoin ad fund, there were three spends:
- A Reddit ad campaign
- Sponsorship of a Starcraft tournament
- Sponsorship of Axiom eSports

The "magic Internet money" ad is provided free by Reddit.


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January 14, 2016, 10:09:34 PM
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I agree 100% with spending lots on a new forum. I honestly can not think of a better thing for a forum to invest in than a new better forum. Had you not gone open source I would expect a lot of criticism. Damned if you do and damned if you don't.
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January 15, 2016, 02:39:47 PM
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agreed. Lauda, are you saying Gavin is in the CIA? Because that's kinda nutz.
Definitely a no there. I might have improperly written the post because I was on a smartphone. I've added a updated.

So the CIA wants bitcoin to scale and they favor BIP 101?

Are you sure Gavin is their only mole in development?

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