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February 07, 2013, 04:36:46 PM
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There's some egg on his face from the Rota experiment and if BFL ever ships a bit more.

As they say, egg happens.

Yes it does, but thankfully it happens outside of finance. Bitcoin doesn't need MP to be a jurist or a hardware engineer, so I can easily forgive if he has some misses here and there. We need him to be the capable financier he is though or we'd be stuck with nothing but Usagi and Pirate all of the way down.

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February 07, 2013, 11:20:39 PM
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Yes it does, but thankfully it happens outside of finance. Bitcoin doesn't need MP to be a jurist or a hardware engineer, so I can easily forgive if he has some misses here and there. We need him to be the capable financier he is though or we'd be stuck with nothing but Usagi and Pirate all of the way down.

I'm sure in time he'll miss finance stuff, too. He has to.

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February 08, 2013, 12:02:23 AM
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Yes it does, but thankfully it happens outside of finance. Bitcoin doesn't need MP to be a jurist or a hardware engineer, so I can easily forgive if he has some misses here and there. We need him to be the capable financier he is though or we'd be stuck with nothing but Usagi and Pirate all of the way down.

I'm sure in time he'll miss finance stuff, too. He has to.

Sure little things, maybe somewhat embarrassing public things. I doubt he's going to fold up like Nefario did, or pull a bet Mathew's.

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February 08, 2013, 12:32:00 AM
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Yes it does, but thankfully it happens outside of finance. Bitcoin doesn't need MP to be a jurist or a hardware engineer, so I can easily forgive if he has some misses here and there. We need him to be the capable financier he is though or we'd be stuck with nothing but Usagi and Pirate all of the way down.

I'm sure in time he'll miss finance stuff, too. He has to.

Sure little things, maybe somewhat embarrassing public things. I doubt he's going to fold up like Nefario did, or pull a bet Mathew's.

Please don't compare me to pirate. Comparing me to Pirate is very unfair given what I actually did. I stepped in and paid people who lost money on pirate. For example, Matic Kočevar, the BitBet guy. When pirate folded I paid him over 1,000 BTC. That's a lot of money. I was honest. And now I am paying CPA's assets (NYAN) out of my own pocket.

I paid people back just like everyone else did. In fact I did more, I put my own personal money on the line. Now I am running a new business, TU.SILVER which is enjoying relative success and will soon be worth more than all other precious metals funds in the community combined. Probably time to give it a rest.
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February 08, 2013, 01:11:38 AM
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Please don't compare me to pirate. Comparing me to Pirate is very unfair given what I actually did. I stepped in and paid people who lost money on pirate. For example, Matic Kočevar, the BitBet guy. When pirate folded I paid him over 1,000 BTC. That's a lot of money. I was honest. And now I am paying CPA's assets (NYAN) out of my own pocket.

I paid people back just like everyone else did. In fact I did more, I put my own personal money on the line. Now I am running a new business, TU.SILVER which is enjoying relative success and will soon be worth more than all other precious metals funds in the community combined. Probably time to give it a rest.

I'm not suggesting that you had malice like Pirate. You are making your investors whole. It is a commendable thing, and it shows a lot of integrity. I put your name out there with Pirate's because you were problematic in different ways.

As I understand it your problem was that you tried to be a clever fund manager at a time when most of what was available to include in a fund was toxic junk. You tried to do the best you could in an environment which was overpopulated with bad information, and the two things you needed not to leave the market did. Maybe you could have structured the fund better by fixing the ratios of shares between the NYAN.X's, but that is an optimization problem which probably would have still been rendered moot by the collapses of Pirate and GLBSE.

You aren't in my post because you are a villian, but because you were a victim. A victim who through a deficit of knowledge eagerly positioned themselves such that they would be making their investors whole out of their own pockets in the midst of on of bitcoin's more stable bull runs.

I think your silver fund will do better. You are taking a simpler structure and tying your business to an asset with volatile yet intrinsic value. I won't be joining your fund at this time because when I invest in metals I always take delivery, preferring Ye Olde Pawnshop to serve as my exchange of choice. I don't know much about metals funds, but it seems like it would be hard for the silver to lose its value because Nefario runs away with the records.

You are Icarus falling from the sky after the easy bitcoin security industry melted, while Pirate is Pol Pot depopulating Cambodia. Very different stories, but both cautionary tales. People have to watch so that Pol Pot (Pirate) doesn't genocide everybody's money, but they also have to watch their own egos lest they fall from the sky like you did last year.

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February 09, 2013, 12:10:38 PM
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Burnside, discussing GPG usefulness in different situations with spammer mircea popescu's lapdog, is close to pointless. She is so overexcited about her own voice and writings and too egocentric to actually generate an original thought on subject at hand. Like a typical PR fluff and spammer, she just regurgitates what she is told - zero understanding of the fundamentals.

You know what... sometimes I almost agree with that scumbag and sadistic woman beater (yes, he brags about it in IRC) mircea popescu - most of you are way too stupid to even be allowed to use a PC with out a proper supervision. (No, I actually think only select few are that stupid Smiley <- you see, I am a nice guy actually... LOL)

Using mpex is not a sign of intelligence. Sending you money to that fucktard is actually showing the opposite.

BTW, mpoe-prbs, is also a know spammer, like that pompous master of hers.
So, we have 2 arrogant fuckwits, mircea and his pr clown, with criminal tendencies who tell repeatedly to BTC community how stupid and retarded you all are. Never mind, that romanina horse thieve uses GPG on his bazaar... I guess you are all OK now. Wink
 
Lets not forget that his The Mirce Popescu bazaar (what a narcissist!) was/is using illegally obtained "USA only" TLD....no problem, he uses GPG, everything is OK. LOL

And lets not forget the fact that old spammer and a shit peddler mircea popescu pays to that snotty pr-fluff of his to yap here 24/7.

Mircea also likes to leave an impression he has background in finances (the way he answers, if asked by noobs in IRC). No, he has not. He made some money with spamming and now likes to think he is something truly special. BTW, this is very typical behaviour for a sociopaths with a horse thieve mentality. Wink

Funny fact is, only reason anyone pays any attention to that loser, is his one stock wonderbazaar. What if evoorheese understands one day what a fuck-up popescu really is and moves sdice from mpex? Puff... and this empty gas bag falls over. He can go back to spamming and selling porn.

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February 11, 2013, 02:45:29 PM
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As much as people don't like Popescu, I feel like the MPEx is the best one because he knows what he's doing. Meh, you don't have to like the guy, as long as he does a good job, right?

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February 11, 2013, 09:40:03 PM
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Everyone always seems to forget about Havelock -- https://www.havelockinvestments.com

Maybe because it's quite a bit harder to list there than other exchanges?

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February 12, 2013, 04:28:38 PM
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hi trying to get a response from anyone about this:

slightly lost the plot!!!

can anyone clarify my position as a previous shareholder of companies listed on glbse?

I know nefario released shareholder names to "companies" on the 12th december 2012. Since then, three I held shares with have contacted me and upheld their contracts/ dividends but five have not?.

Do I just wait and hope they will come forward? or do I name them and hope shame them into a reaction of sorts (even an acknowledgement would help)?

Or do I ask others in the same situation to band together to find a solution?

Or is there already a place this is happening?

How do the documents here help shareholders (of companies not contacting their shareholders?)exactly and will a resolution of that data resolve shareholders concerns?  Any clarification would be helpful. reg.

ok so I posted the question to the thread originator but got no reply- so re-posting as I am unwilling to just let this and my btc's go. reg


I don't think I am the only one who is not happy with many guy's holding btc,s that are not theirs and just not contacting their shareholders? can you advise a course of action to elicit any response at all since if there is no trust there is no future for btc! reg
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February 12, 2013, 04:31:56 PM
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Scammer accusations occasionally get a response where polite requests fail.

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February 12, 2013, 04:53:36 PM
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Scammer accusations occasionally get a response where polite requests fail.

ok thanks, I was trying to avoid that but here goes:

WOULD ALL THOSE ASSET ISSUERS NOTIFIED BY NEFARIO ON 12/12/2012 CONTACT THEIR SHAREHOLDERS AND UPDATE THEM ON THE STATUS OF THEIR SHARE HOLDINGS

I will wait and see if I get contacted (five companies) and if not list them here as unreliable. reg.
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February 12, 2013, 05:00:56 PM
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Scammer accusations occasionally get a response where polite requests fail.

ok thanks, I was trying to avoid that but here goes:

WOULD ALL THOSE ASSET ISSUERS NOTIFIED BY NEFARIO ON 12/12/2012 CONTACT THEIR SHAREHOLDERS AND UPDATE THEM ON THE STATUS OF THEIR SHARE HOLDINGS

I will wait and see if I get contacted (five companies) and if not list them here as unreliable. reg.

That's not likely going to cut it.

Sadly we have a separate board for scam accusations. Even sadder is that it's a hoppin' place. Cry

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=83.0

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February 12, 2013, 05:23:10 PM
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Scammer accusations occasionally get a response where polite requests fail.

ok thanks, I was trying to avoid that but here goes:

WOULD ALL THOSE ASSET ISSUERS NOTIFIED BY NEFARIO ON 12/12/2012 CONTACT THEIR SHAREHOLDERS AND UPDATE THEM ON THE STATUS OF THEIR SHARE HOLDINGS

I will wait and see if I get contacted (five companies) and if not list them here as unreliable. reg.

I am not sure if all the asset issuers received shareholder lists by that date? It seems Nefario was very slowly doing these things one at a time. Evoorhees in the FZB thread just said he still has not received any information about shareholders.

By the way, I tried to send Nefario a PM, and it said he had blocked me. Is it just me, or has he blocked everybody from sending him PMs?

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February 12, 2013, 07:15:53 PM
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Thats why I waited two months so I am surprised others have still not been notified. Thanks for the information.  I never tried to contact Nefario direct so do not know about blocking? However most of the people I had shares with were on that list and have not contacted me?. I am reluctant to give up the shares and dividends but either we have a trust based system or not!. Why should some "opportunists" just take BTC's and carry on as if they had a right to take advantage? Isn't that the system we want to replace not copy?. I can accept some were not informed or delays because it was badly done. I can't accept theft because that is what it is and I will wait and then list the names of the companies I had shares with and have not contacted me even though I know they have been informed of my contact by nefario and we will see if the community wants to continue investing with them!. reg.
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February 12, 2013, 08:52:28 PM
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Have you checked spam folders very carefully? At least some recipients of emails from transplanted securities have found their correspondence there.

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February 12, 2013, 09:31:12 PM
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Have you checked spam folders very carefully? At least some recipients of emails from transplanted securities have found their correspondence there.

If you see any assets on BTC-TC (https://btct.co/) that you had shares in and have not been able to claim, please PM me the name of the asset and your GLBSE email address.  I can search through the import logs by email address and re-send any introduction emails that may have been missed.

Cheers.

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February 13, 2013, 08:16:14 AM
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Have you checked spam folders very carefully? At least some recipients of emails from transplanted securities have found their correspondence there.

If you see any assets on BTC-TC (https://btct.co/) that you had shares in and have not been able to claim, please PM me the name of the asset and your GLBSE email address.  I can search through the import logs by email address and re-send any introduction emails that may have been missed.

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Thank you for your suggestion, unfortunately none of the shares listed are those that I am missing. I haven,t yet trawled the spam folders but will do so today to see if anything comes up. regards reg
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February 13, 2013, 08:37:46 AM
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ps, not used to this detective work can you tell me how to access "spam folders"? I checked scammers and Nefario has a large section but spam? I cant find it? reg.
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February 13, 2013, 04:15:15 PM
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yes of course thanks- I had a look but nothing? can't seem to get a response from anyone- seems a good tactic? reg.
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February 13, 2013, 06:29:04 PM
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yes of course thanks- I had a look but nothing? can't seem to get a response from anyone- seems a good tactic? reg.

I think for assets that have not listed on BTCTC, BitFunder, or Cryptostocks your best bet is going to be finding their respective threads and asking questions.

Cheers.

I'm not a Coinbase fan -- I placed a buy order, they took the funds out of my account, then a week later the price went up and they canceled the buy and closed my account.  You've been warned.  Use a different exchange.
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