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May 25, 2016, 02:09:32 PM
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Fucking LISK scammers.

I told you so … all you idiots who bought into the nonsense of a zero experienced 24 years old student, a shithead, UK based, inexperienced, software developer and a dishonest Garman lawyer who assisted this scam. Which legal professional in his right mind would assist such blatant scam like LISK is?

DDOS attack is my ass.

These wankers couldn't even put together a fucking centralized system, so it has just failed over. Having said that, a continues DDOS attack would be the fair treatment for these scammers, for luring money out from all these idiots. It's maybe time to mobilize the open source community to DDOS the shit out from these scammers. They are cancer in crypto and they must go away from crypto - to jail.

Send me the name and personal details of this wanker, UK based developer Oliver, and I will report him straight away and his epic LISK scam to UK law enforcement. Enough is enough. I stopped the Bitbay scam. I reported the Moolah scammer Ryan Kennedy to the police and he was prosecuted. I pressed charge against the Banx scammers. I reported the IOTA scam. Send me the details and I will report this wanker LISK scammer Oliver as well. More these scammers are jailed the ecosystem will be better.




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No problem. What's the details of this Oliver wanker? Post here or PM me, and I will forward it immediately to the UK police fraud unit.


I just have this one info, like everybody: https://lisk.io/team     There you will find twitter and linkedin links as well as foto.


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May 25, 2016, 02:09:47 PM
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lol I like how it says transaction send in the end

https://i.imgur.com/063g1zT.gif

I like how you are searching for caviar to purchase while you were at it.

LOL ouch
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May 25, 2016, 02:11:50 PM
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Great, so i am now missing 1/4 of my lisk.  It shows as sent in my wallet 5 hours ago, yet doesn't show in the blockchain.  The address for deposit is 100% correct. What the hell is going on? Where are my coins?
try loggin from https://login02.lisk.io . Hope it helps .

For me  it works https://login02.lisk.io
I had the same problem with https://login.lisk.io

How quickly did you get confirmations after sending ?
I managed to send a transaction now, but it keeps showing 0 confirmations...


Ok, FINALLY !!!

This is how it works people:

You have to keep trying between https://login01.lisk.io and https://login08.lisk.io to see which wallet responds the fastest.
You can check this in the Blockchain section of the wallet.
if it reloads and updates fast, it's a good one.
Then you click the SEND button and enter adress and amount (always maximum 0.1 less then your total balance due to the fee)
Then SEND the transaction and check the Blockchain to see if it gets picked up.
If it's NOT picked up right away, it will probably not be picked anymore and your balance will retrun to your wallet after some time.
You will then have to do it again (and again and again...) untill it gets picked up.

I'm now at least getting some confirmations, so hope they will arrive at Polo.

Thank you very much for the good advice Anduril_FotW Smiley https://login03.lisk.io works for me you save me another 5 hours in stupid request in overloaded servers
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May 25, 2016, 02:12:18 PM
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lol I like how it says transaction send in the end

https://i.imgur.com/063g1zT.gif

I like how you are searching for caviar to purchase while you were at it.

hahahahaha this!

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May 25, 2016, 02:12:32 PM
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Everything working on my end!!!

SHES ALIVE !
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May 25, 2016, 02:12:40 PM
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No problem. What's the details of this Oliver wanker? Post here or PM me, and I will forward it immediately to the UK police fraud unit.

You lie, you will use the details for your next scam.
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May 25, 2016, 02:13:25 PM
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Can anyone explain to me how a password I used yesterday fine on web wallet now generates the following error?  "incorrect BIP39 mnemonic code".....
Addresses aren't showing up on Block explorer, etc. Not to be a little bitch but wtf is going on.

Make sure there are no extra spaces in your pasted passphrase and then try to delete and manually type in the last letter. Don't know why, but it works.

I have the same issue with one of my wallets. Get the BIP39 error code. I validated all my wallets before the launch. There are no extra spaces and I tried typing in the last letter manually. Doesn't work.

And of course this happens with my biggest wallet  Shocked

I want my coins!!
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May 25, 2016, 02:13:33 PM
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Fucking LISK scammers.

I told you so … all you idiots who bought into the nonsense of a zero experienced 24 years old student, a shithead, UK based, inexperienced, software developer and a dishonest Garman lawyer who assisted this scam. Which legal professional in his right mind would assist such blatant scam like LISK is?

DDOS attack is my ass.

These wankers couldn't even put together a fucking centralized system, so it has just failed over. Having said that, a continues DDOS attack would be the fair treatment for these scammers, for luring money out from all these idiots. It's maybe time to mobilize the open source community to DDOS the shit out from these scammers. They are cancer in crypto and they must go away from crypto - to jail.

Send me the name and personal details of this wanker, UK based developer Oliver, and I will report him straight away and his epic LISK scam to UK law enforcement. Enough is enough. I stopped the Bitbay scam. I reported the Moolah scammer Ryan Kennedy to the police and he was prosecuted. I pressed charge against the Banx scammers. I reported the IOTA scam. Send me the details and I will report this wanker LISK scammer Oliver as well. More these scammers are jailed the ecosystem will be better.



Thank You, My Friend! This is absolutely nice idea!

Thank you, for Your support!

Cheers.


LOL, Scam? where is your proof you retard? Fuck off from here, everyone who bought LISK ICO made more than double their money. WTF you on about, go find something better to do than talk shit just because you missed the ICO and bought into the first trades and lost money! you sir are a fucking CUNT!
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May 25, 2016, 02:15:00 PM
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Fucking LISK scammers.

I told you so … all you idiots who bought into the nonsense of a zero experienced 24 years old student, a shithead, UK based, inexperienced, software developer and a dishonest Garman lawyer who assisted this scam. Which legal professional in his right mind would assist such blatant scam like LISK is?

DDOS attack is my ass.

These wankers couldn't even put together a fucking centralized system, so it has just failed over. Having said that, a continues DDOS attack would be the fair treatment for these scammers, for luring money out from all these idiots. It's maybe time to mobilize the open source community to DDOS the shit out from these scammers. They are cancer in crypto and they must go away from crypto - to jail.

Send me the name and personal details of this wanker, UK based developer Oliver, and I will report him straight away and his epic LISK scam to UK law enforcement. Enough is enough. I stopped the Bitbay scam. I reported the Moolah scammer Ryan Kennedy to the police and he was prosecuted. I pressed charge against the Banx scammers. I reported the IOTA scam. Send me the details and I will report this wanker LISK scammer Oliver as well. More these scammers are jailed the ecosystem will be better.



Thank You, My Friend! This is absolutely nice idea!

Thank you, for Your support!

Cheers.


LOL, Scam? where is your proof you retard? Fuck off from here, everyone who bought LISK ICO made more than double their money. WTF you on about, go find something better to do than talk shit just because you missed the ICO and bought into the first trades and lost money! you sir are a fucking CUNT!

He is crying about his Ethereum holdings. Both chains are great - but Lisk is better suited imho (totally unbiased)
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May 25, 2016, 02:15:11 PM
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someone is dumping  Angry Angry Angry
no, everybody...

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May 25, 2016, 02:16:00 PM
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LISK + MICROSOFT : https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/azure-blockchain-update-6/  - POSTED BY MICROSOFTS CHEIF FINANCIAL OFFICER. OPEN LINK TO READ HIS POST.

LISK HAS HUGE POTENTIAL IMO. MANY WEAK HANDS SOLD DUE TO SOME BIG TIMERS MISSING OUT. WHEN THE BIG TIMERS SAW THAT LISK WAS TRADING AT 6 DOLLAR AND ABOVE LEVELS THEY DDOSED THE MAIN WEBSITE TO MAKE PEOPLE ON EXCHANGES PANIC SELL THEIR STASHES SO THIS CARTEL COULD SCOOP UP CHEAP. THEY CREATED A SECOND OPPORTUNITY FOR THEMSELVES TO GET IN. THEY WANTED TO PRE ASSES THIS MARKET FIRST. CLEARLY.
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May 25, 2016, 02:17:09 PM
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Can anyone explain to me how a password I used yesterday fine on web wallet now generates the following error?  "incorrect BIP39 mnemonic code".....
Addresses aren't showing up on Block explorer, etc. Not to be a little bitch but wtf is going on.

Make sure there are no extra spaces in your pasted passphrase and then try to delete and manually type in the last letter. Don't know why, but it works.

I have the same issue with one of my wallets. Get the BIP39 error code. I validated all my wallets before the launch. There are no extra spaces and I tried typing in the last letter manually. Doesn't work.

And of course this happens with my biggest wallet  Shocked

I want my coins!!

Same bud, my biggest wallet is throwing this error when yesterday I could get in fine, I just logged into my second ICO account and can get it but is showing 0 balance. I have never uttered FUD before but I am extremely happy I went in 15 X more into WAVES and DAO then this.
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May 25, 2016, 02:17:48 PM
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Can anyone explain to me how a password I used yesterday fine on web wallet now generates the following error?  "incorrect BIP39 mnemonic code".....
Addresses aren't showing up on Block explorer, etc. Not to be a little bitch but wtf is going on.

Make sure there are no extra spaces in your pasted passphrase and then try to delete and manually type in the last letter. Don't know why, but it works.

I have the same issue with one of my wallets. Get the BIP39 error code. I validated all my wallets before the launch. There are no extra spaces and I tried typing in the last letter manually. Doesn't work.

And of course this happens with my biggest wallet  Shocked

I want my coins!!

Try different browser
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May 25, 2016, 02:19:00 PM
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Fucking LISK scammers.

I told you so … all you idiots who bought into the nonsense of a zero experienced 24 years old student, a shithead, UK based, inexperienced, software developer and a dishonest Garman lawyer who assisted this scam. Which legal professional in his right mind would assist such blatant scam like LISK is?

DDOS attack is my ass.

These wankers couldn't even put together a fucking centralized system, so it has just failed over. Having said that, a continues DDOS attack would be the fair treatment for these scammers, for luring money out from all these idiots. It's maybe time to mobilize the open source community to DDOS the shit out from these scammers. They are cancer in crypto and they must go away from crypto - to jail.

Send me the name and personal details of this wanker, UK based developer Oliver, and I will report him straight away and his epic LISK scam to UK law enforcement. Enough is enough. I stopped the Bitbay scam. I reported the Moolah scammer Ryan Kennedy to the police and he was prosecuted. I pressed charge against the Banx scammers. I reported the IOTA scam. Send me the details and I will report this wanker LISK scammer Oliver as well. More these scammers are jailed the ecosystem will be better.




Thank you, for Your support!


No problem. What's the details of this Oliver wanker? Post here or PM me, and I will forward it immediately to the UK police fraud unit.


I just have this one info, like everybody: https://lisk.io/team     There you will find twitter and linkedin links as well as foto.



You guys do know the network is up and purring along nicely right? It has been since launch. Also, you do know a whole bunch of people made a shit ton of money yesterday selling on Polo and other exchanges right? I mean some may have made less than others, but I think from looking at it, everyone with half a brain made more than the ICO price. Also, anyone who took five seconds to listen here or get on chat like we mentioned multiple times got help and got access to their funds.

The only problem at launch was that the main login sites got hammered with requests and got taken down. They had something like 50,000+ concurrent session requests. It probably could have been avoided, but they definitely aren't the first company to have such problems at launch, billion dollar companies have the same problem. When Batman Vs. Superman tickets went on sale Fandango was down for like 6 hours.

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May 25, 2016, 02:19:07 PM
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Fucking LISK scammers.

I told you so … all you idiots who bought into the nonsense of a zero experienced 24 years old student, a shithead, UK based, inexperienced, software developer and a dishonest Garman lawyer who assisted this scam. Which legal professional in his right mind would assist such blatant scam like LISK is?

DDOS attack is my ass.

These wankers couldn't even put together a fucking centralized system, so it has just failed over. Having said that, a continues DDOS attack would be the fair treatment for these scammers, for luring money out from all these idiots. It's maybe time to mobilize the open source community to DDOS the shit out from these scammers. They are cancer in crypto and they must go away from crypto - to jail.

Send me the name and personal details of this wanker, UK based developer Oliver, and I will report him straight away and his epic LISK scam to UK law enforcement. Enough is enough. I stopped the Bitbay scam. I reported the Moolah scammer Ryan Kennedy to the police and he was prosecuted. I pressed charge against the Banx scammers. I reported the IOTA scam. Send me the details and I will report this wanker LISK scammer Oliver as well. More these scammers are jailed the ecosystem will be better.



Thank You, My Friend! This is absolutely nice idea!

Thank you, for Your support!

Cheers.


LOL, Scam? where is your proof you retard? Fuck off from here, everyone who bought LISK ICO made more than double their money. WTF you on about, go find something better to do than talk shit just because you missed the ICO and bought into the first trades and lost money! you sir are a fucking CUNT!
I didn't miss ICO, I cannot send LISK from my wallet for a very long time Angry Angry Angry
at first, it was not access to login.lisk.io, after that I cannot send my LISK to exchange...
Much better if I've already missed that ICO...
Cheers

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May 25, 2016, 02:19:14 PM
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THE WEB WALLET IS WORKING!!!!

https://twitter.com/LiskHQ

 Lisk ‏@LiskHQ 12 Std.Vor 12 Stunden

Second backup cluster is online: http://login02.lisk.io
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May 25, 2016, 02:19:57 PM
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If anyone remembers the heady days of Auroracoin, Mazacoin, and the like, you'll recall that once a coin was listed on coinmarketcap, there was a sudden in rush of interest. Basically the pump began when the coin showed up on page 1.
Technically Lisk is on CMC but it's improperly listed at #583. If you're a short term trader, be ready for a little bump in price once it gets listed properly on page 1, probably around #7 or #8.

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May 25, 2016, 02:20:02 PM
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Can anyone explain to me how a password I used yesterday fine on web wallet now generates the following error?  "incorrect BIP39 mnemonic code".....
Addresses aren't showing up on Block explorer, etc. Not to be a little bitch but wtf is going on.

Make sure there are no extra spaces in your pasted passphrase and then try to delete and manually type in the last letter. Don't know why, but it works.

I have the same issue with one of my wallets. Get the BIP39 error code. I validated all my wallets before the launch. There are no extra spaces and I tried typing in the last letter manually. Doesn't work.

And of course this happens with my biggest wallet  Shocked

I want my coins!!

Same bud, my biggest wallet is throwing this error when yesterday I could get in fine, I just logged into my second ICO account and can get it but is showing 0 balance. I have never uttered FUD before but I am extremely happy I went in 15 X more into WAVES and DAO then this.

Sometimes typing it all in manually works. This is something that happens with this style of encryption, not just with Lisk. Frustrating sometimes but the benefit of having a seed to recover your wallet kinda weighs out.
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May 25, 2016, 02:21:35 PM
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LISK + MICROSOFT : https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/azure-blockchain-update-6/  - POSTED BY MICROSOFTS CHEIF FINANCIAL OFFICER. OPEN LINK TO READ HIS POST.

LISK HAS HUGE POTENTIAL IMO. MANY WEAK HANDS SOLD DUE TO SOME BIG TIMERS MISSING OUT. WHEN THE BIG TIMERS SAW THAT LISK WAS TRADING AT 6 DOLLAR AND ABOVE LEVELS THEY DDOSED THE MAIN WEBSITE TO MAKE PEOPLE ON EXCHANGES PANIC SELL THEIR STASHES SO THIS CARTEL COULD SCOOP UP CHEAP. THEY CREATED A SECOND OPPORTUNITY FOR THEMSELVES TO GET IN. THEY WANTED TO PRE ASSES THIS MARKET FIRST. CLEARLY.


I agree with you.. there seems to be something strange particularly for this coin's launch.

DDOS attacks are not something that can be done by an individual with one PC in hopes to keep some profit. It is a well-planned and costly process.

Whoever did those attacks clearly has an objective and in this case the objective is clear to us.

FUD - Decreasing prices - Cheaper LSK

Hold your LSK for whatever reasons because there is seriously something interesting going on around here and trust me you do not want to be on the losing side of this game.

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May 25, 2016, 02:21:54 PM
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If anyone remembers the heady days of Auroracoin, Mazacoin, and the like, you'll recall that once a coin was listed on coinmarketcap, there was a sudden in rush of interest. Basically the pump began when the coin showed up on page 1.
Technically Lisk is on CMC but it's improperly listed at #583. If you're a short term trader, be ready for a little bump in price once it gets listed properly on page 1, probably around #7 or #8.


Yeah, can't underestimate the influence that coinmarketcap has on traders.
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