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February 01, 2013, 11:30:33 AM
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Also I did a bit of digging and this user is using a brand new wallet address.

Nothing to be alarmed about really, but consider the following...

Read Got BTC's past posts...he definitely is not new to Bitcoin. Quite the opposite actually. So he probably has had a couple established wallets by now right? I have been in BTC for about 7-8 months now and I have about 4 established wallets ALL with transactions. So why make it a point to make sure you have a brand new wallet to go with your brand new username? Looks like someone is trying to hide something.

Wallet address: 1A4VwqyRgQvbN4KAR86xgjPmDgc2ULaVv7

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February 01, 2013, 12:57:28 PM
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Also I did a bit of digging and this user is using a brand new wallet address.

Nothing to be alarmed about really, but consider the following...

Read Got BTC's past posts...he definitely is not new to Bitcoin. Quite the opposite actually. So he probably has had a couple established wallets by now right? I have been in BTC for about 7-8 months now and I have about 4 established wallets ALL with transactions. So why make it a point to make sure you have a brand new wallet to go with your brand new username? Looks like someone is trying to hide something.

Wallet address: 1A4VwqyRgQvbN4KAR86xgjPmDgc2ULaVv7



It's actually the default behavior for the Armory client. It is an aspect I find both convenient and as annoying as hell, but when deterministic wallets become standard on every client it will be the default behavior.

Jakers is as shady as shit, don't get me wrong. I just want to discourage confusing prudence with malice.

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February 02, 2013, 04:29:17 AM
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Also I did a bit of digging and this user is using a brand new wallet address.

Nothing to be alarmed about really, but consider the following...

Read Got BTC's past posts...he definitely is not new to Bitcoin. Quite the opposite actually. So he probably has had a couple established wallets by now right? I have been in BTC for about 7-8 months now and I have about 4 established wallets ALL with transactions. So why make it a point to make sure you have a brand new wallet to go with your brand new username? Looks like someone is trying to hide something.

Wallet address: 1A4VwqyRgQvbN4KAR86xgjPmDgc2ULaVv7



Also using a different BTC address for each transaction isn't a bad idea, it makes it easier to make sure that the person actually paid you and allows for more anonymity.  

On an unrelated note, I think that it would be a good idea if the forum flagged users that repeatedly use an IP address solely associated with a scammer on this forum.
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February 14, 2013, 02:03:13 AM
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Hello All,
You may recall in many times I posted my trust for jakers in the past. But now that he has left he took about 150 USD + worth of My GCs with him. Just wanted to put this warning out in-case he comes back. And to revoke any Rep I may have given him.
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March 16, 2013, 10:20:22 PM
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http://otc.armed.us/otc/?*@*206.81.*.*

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April 21, 2013, 07:27:51 AM
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Unless Barrow, Alaska is either a physical or proxy hotbed of Bitcoin users, Jakers aka Gia, Niann, Desertz, Farley, blupig, is still active in #bitcoin-otc (see my previous post for the IP>nick history.


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April 21, 2013, 05:03:00 PM
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once a bitcoin scammer always a bitcoin scammer.
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