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October 10, 2010, 11:42:40 AM
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... if someone could explain this in simple words, almost if he needs to convince his grandma ...

Well that's what I was aiming for with this piece: "What are bitcoins?"
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October 10, 2010, 01:49:19 PM
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I tried bumping the thread where we have a bounty for someone to make a video explaining how to use bitcoin. Ive donated a lot of btc to the bitcoin address listed in the thread but the person who started it seems to have disappeared. Is this yet another example of a bitcoin scam? The bounty should be over $1000 with the latest rise in value yet nothing has been posted.


When is the last time that somebody saw bytemaster alive?

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October 11, 2010, 02:23:29 AM
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I tried bumping the thread where we have a bounty for someone to make a video explaining how to use bitcoin. Ive donated a lot of btc to the bitcoin address listed in the thread but the person who started it seems to have disappeared. Is this yet another example of a bitcoin scam? The bounty should be over $1000 with the latest rise in value yet nothing has been posted.


When is the last time that somebody saw bytemaster alive?

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$1000 is a bit of an exaggeration.

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October 11, 2010, 03:23:44 AM
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I tried bumping the thread where we have a bounty for someone to make a video explaining how to use bitcoin. Ive donated a lot of btc to the bitcoin address listed in the thread but the person who started it seems to have disappeared. Is this yet another example of a bitcoin scam? The bounty should be over $1000 with the latest rise in value yet nothing has been posted.


When is the last time that somebody saw bytemaster alive?

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$1000 is a bit of an exaggeration.

really? The amount I sent was app 8400 coins.That was when the exchange rate was 0.06

There is no exaggeration on my part Im afraid. You can check with mt gox if you like.
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October 11, 2010, 03:31:45 AM
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Isn't this getting off-topic. In any case, we need to figure out how to contact bytemaster if it is at all possible.

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October 11, 2010, 05:20:12 AM
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I tried bumping the thread where we have a bounty for someone to make a video explaining how to use bitcoin. Ive donated a lot of btc to the bitcoin address listed in the thread but the person who started it seems to have disappeared. Is this yet another example of a bitcoin scam? The bounty should be over $1000 with the latest rise in value yet nothing has been posted.


When is the last time that somebody saw bytemaster alive?

Last active Oct 2.

$1000 is a bit of an exaggeration.

really? The amount I sent was app 8400 coins.That was when the exchange rate was 0.06

There is no exaggeration on my part Im afraid. You can check with mt gox if you like.


Oh, sorry, I thought the title was continuously updated at it still read 5000 something.

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October 11, 2010, 05:54:01 AM
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I tried bumping the thread where we have a bounty for someone to make a video explaining how to use bitcoin. Ive donated a lot of btc to the bitcoin address listed in the thread but the person who started it seems to have disappeared. Is this yet another example of a bitcoin scam? The bounty should be over $1000 with the latest rise in value yet nothing has been posted.


When is the last time that somebody saw bytemaster alive?

Last active Oct 2.

$1000 is a bit of an exaggeration.

really? The amount I sent was app 8400 coins.That was when the exchange rate was 0.06

There is no exaggeration on my part Im afraid. You can check with mt gox if you like.


Oh, sorry, I thought the title was continuously updated at it still read 5000 something.

No bytemaster hasnt updated it. I hope they are still here.
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