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February 27, 2016, 07:51:23 AM
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WTB a bunch of IOTAs (up to 100BTC)  ping me with your price, thanks.
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February 27, 2016, 10:50:28 AM
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WTS - 0 IOTA. Keeping all for years.

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February 27, 2016, 04:06:17 PM
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OK. When these IOTA sockpuppets - like the above p2pm - appear to hype the scam with their 100 BTC nonsense, then I need to step in and ask you to stop this fucking scam. First warning.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1354220.msg14029127#msg14029127



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February 27, 2016, 05:49:10 PM
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lol, the only one known to be a scammer here is exactly you, mr. altcoinuk. GFTOH
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February 27, 2016, 05:59:01 PM
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lol, the only one known to be a scammer here is exactly you, mr. altcoinuk. GFTOH

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Exactly.
This little puberty bitch admitted: she has a brain cancer. It's true.
Just ignore this smelly troll.
She blatantly lied and ignores any arguments. Her disease progresses.
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February 27, 2016, 06:23:28 PM
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For the IOTA sockpuppets and shills (90% of the audience here)




I see you question the ability to create a new processor to rival or surpass the likes of intel or samsung. This seems a reasonable thing to question.

Not only reasonable, but the only rational act is to question that.

Remember, these scammers lured out money from the idiots via the JINN scam by promising that they deliver a revolutionary, game changer, disruptive microprocessor. Intel, Motorola, TI, Samsung, etc. with their combined 10 billion $ per year R&D budget weren't able to deliver such radically new design. Does anyone apart from the idiots who invested in JINN/IOTA seriously suggests that the two scammers from Norway and Belarus will deliver what Intel couldn't?

One of those country side, remote buildings in this picture is David boy's momma's basement in Hvittingfoss, Norway. One of those country side buildings is the great IOTA/JINN office. Really? The JINN idiots invested in this wanker, so he can take on on Intel with his ZERO employee business from that country side place. As I said, this scam is more than pathetic.




Does the entire concept of IOTA rely on this processor to function~? I mean IOTA will not be able to function on your usual windows 7 pc like other coins?

The question is not whether the IOTA token works or not? The question is, can these wankers from their momma's basement deliver an IoT business? There is no point to repeat my posts so please read my posts with regards to this, but briefly:
- they have zero experience in IoT. Remember, David boy is in his twenties (B.D. 1989) and he has never delivered any commercial solution. His zero employee business operates from his momma's basement.
- they do not have any IoT system nor the experience and expertise to create one
- there is no monetization rout for digital currencies in the IoT sector at this moment in time (I explained why and anyone who has ever done anything with IoT understands that)
- just as I predicted, they made zero progress in selling their IoT solution (which is not a surprise as they do not have any). During the last 4 months, only progress they made is forming a "partnership" with the Hong Kong based chainofthings group which is a completely irrelevant non-entity in the IoT sector. They have made zero partnership with any IoT solution provider. Zero comemrcial deals. None. Zero revenue - except the money the lured out from the idiots. In the IoT world nobody cares about these scammers. As I pointed out, the blockchain technology and digital currency is not what commercial IoT providers are interested in. No wonder the Ethereum hype about IBM's ADEPT is a dead end proposition (see my post about it in the Viacoin thread at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=699278.msg13967127#msg13967127 ).
- when they collected the money, the Belarusian scammer promised that a GUI will come by Christmas with chat functions, etc. Of course they delivered nothing, which is very much in line with the absolutely non-delivery of JINN.

Are you serious at the slightest not realizing that David boy couldn't even handle the simple project management task of GUI design, but you are assuming that he can create and manage a serious IoT business?

It is more than run the solution on a Windows 7 PC. I understand the idiots and wannabe rich greedy "investors" don't care about IoT (they just want to make profit at the expense of even more idiot noobs), but David boy's scam main theme was IoT. That is one reason the scammer boy will have to go to jail.


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February 27, 2016, 07:33:59 PM
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What is the market price right now? I've seen contradicting reports.
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February 27, 2016, 08:52:20 PM
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IOTA get a well deserved price and reputation and approval of among the majority. And then some head cancer puberty morons like altcoinUK shoot yourself in the foot and commit suicide if until then not kick the bucket from brain cancer.

Incidentally, in the photo is a basement in her mother house where she - liar altcoinUKfuckingWhore - unsatisfied jerks at night.

Her head cancer disease progresses.
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IOTA get a well deserved price and reputation and approval of among the majority. And then some head cancer puberty morons like altcoinUK shoot yourself in the foot and commit suicide if until then not kick the bucket from brain cancer.

Incidentally, in the photo is a basement in her mother house where she - liar altcoinUKfuckingWhore - unsatisfied jerks at night.

Her head cancer disease progresses.

I don't know a single successful project that had no haters, let altcoinUK play his role. I like his dedication.
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February 27, 2016, 09:09:08 PM
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Unrelated: I don't know who invented the "Ignore" button for web forums/BBSes but I sure would like to tip them 1 BTC!

A Personal Quote on BTT from 2011:
"I'd be willing to make a moderate "investment" if the value of the BTC went below $2.00.  Otherwise I'll just have to live with my 5 BTC and be happy. :/"  ...sigh.  If only I knew.
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IOTA get a well deserved price and reputation and approval of among the majority. And then some head cancer puberty morons like altcoinUK shoot yourself in the foot and commit suicide if until then not kick the bucket from brain cancer.

Incidentally, in the photo is a basement in her mother house where she - liar altcoinUKfuckingWhore - unsatisfied jerks at night.

Her head cancer disease progresses.

I don't know a single successful project that had no haters, let altcoinUK play his role. I like his dedication.

Exactly. No one is interested in phony. Only in serious revolutionary projects in which the ever increasing role in the community appear agents and bots that ignore arguments.

Very good said:



ultimately it is of little consequence which motivation is behind this critter, but the activity profile does sort of match the behaviour of an inept alphabet soup agency parasite.

my guess is on terminally deranged psycho, but that is what was used as models for sinister shit like this:




does anybody see any difference between that orwellian HowTo doc and the altcoinsuk account?  Grin

if not, then simply because there ain't no difference...

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February 27, 2016, 09:38:41 PM
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What is the market price right now? I've seen contradicting reports.


last trade
1 IOTA = 1.2 NXT x 0.0000175 BTC/NXT =  0.000021 BTC

1 BTC = 1 / 0.000021 = 47619 IOTAs


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February 27, 2016, 10:15:34 PM
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last trade
1 IOTA = 1.2 NXT x 0.0000175 BTC/NXT =  0.000021 BTC

1 BTC = 1 / 0.000021 = 47619 IOTAs

Thank you. Interesting, what made it rise 15-fold - alpha-testing or trolling of haters...
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February 27, 2016, 11:07:15 PM
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I hear stories of prices even over nxt, but i got a 1M chunk at 1250 satoshis and 0 interest thus far. 2 asked and then said they bought cheaper somewhere else. I even offer to pay for escrow and leave a security deposit to guarantee i dont turn down the deal.
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February 27, 2016, 11:28:21 PM
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I hear stories of prices even over nxt, but i got a 1M chunk at 1250 satoshis and 0 interest thus far. 2 asked and then said they bought cheaper somewhere else. I even offer to pay for escrow and leave a security deposit to guarantee i dont turn down the deal.

I really wonder "where" they bought, AFAIK no tokens do yet exist...
Rumors here about prices are wishful thoughts of sellers finding no buyers. Wait for an exchange, launch and time will tell price...
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February 27, 2016, 11:36:26 PM
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I really wonder "where" they bought, AFAIK no tokens do yet exist...
Rumors here about prices are wishful thoughts of sellers finding no buyers. Wait for an exchange, launch and time will tell price...

Valid point. Market volume matters a lot.
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February 28, 2016, 09:01:51 AM
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Want to sell the account claimed with 257 976 IOTAs.
The price is 0.000012 BTC per IOTA.
Address is TMZWPWVXAPPYPCDQRJVMTAVOOCGAVTRRDFTERFYUEUPYYPVVFCEAPGBA9PPGSBKCYHGK9NCFJBOCSPQ RS

Lot price is 3.095BTC.
Escrow from C-f-B.
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February 28, 2016, 11:42:43 AM
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Want to sell the account claimed with 257 976 IOTAs.
The price is 0.000012 BTC per IOTA.
Address is TMZWPWVXAPPYPCDQRJVMTAVOOCGAVTRRDFTERFYUEUPYYPVVFCEAPGBA9PPGSBKCYHGK9NCFJBOCSPQ RS
Lot price is 3.095BTC.

If you are serious then you need to provide an escrow for the people that will buy your tokens.

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February 28, 2016, 01:35:10 PM
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Want to sell the account claimed with 257 976 IOTAs.
The price is 0.000012 BTC per IOTA.
Address is TMZWPWVXAPPYPCDQRJVMTAVOOCGAVTRRDFTERFYUEUPYYPVVFCEAPGBA9PPGSBKCYHGK9NCFJBOCSPQ RS
Lot price is 3.095BTC.

If you are serious then you need to provide an escrow for the people that will buy your tokens.


I'm serious. Open to discuss for escrow and terms of deal.
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February 28, 2016, 01:57:44 PM
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I'm serious. Open to discuss for escrow and terms of deal.

If you send me a new Iota address signed with your (corresponding) BTC address then I can change it in the genesis, it's not different than claiming of unclaimed iotas. This is possible until we begin the beta testing.
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