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April 05, 2016, 10:38:52 AM
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Lol the new one you posted isn't actually a copy for anyone who reads the code. Also check this out it is facing an error right off the bat. SMH

http://etherscan.io/tx/0xd4f569a0a08b27fe6adb06917eef27037ce4c3b7576ea2f814c63ec3cbf2b2b9
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April 05, 2016, 10:53:21 AM
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Lol the new one you posted isn't actually a copy for anyone who reads the code. Also check this out it is facing an error right off the bat. SMH

http://etherscan.io/tx/0xd4f569a0a08b27fe6adb06917eef27037ce4c3b7576ea2f814c63ec3cbf2b2b9

I invested in the new one and got paid. It seems the same in terms of rewards. Just checked the code.

 while (balance > persons[payoutIdx].amount / 100 * 125) {
      uint transactionAmount = persons[payoutIdx].amount / 100 * 125;
      persons[payoutIdx].etherAddress.send(transactionAmount);
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April 05, 2016, 10:54:27 AM
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ZeroP has never had an error in 600 transactions.
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April 05, 2016, 10:54:50 AM
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He probably got stuck in the old one and is doing his best to FUD other pyramids to attract this 1000 ETH to the new one. But people will contine to chose fresh projects instead of investing in the stuck ones.
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April 05, 2016, 10:57:09 AM
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Seriously, stop FUDing. The guy created new pyramid, because the old gone got stuck. People are playing. You were left in the previous one holding the bag. Accept that and be quicker next time.
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April 05, 2016, 11:20:20 AM
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anyway, inflows are limited and outlflows are reduced due to the fee
won't go far IMO
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April 05, 2016, 11:40:01 AM
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Ok updated the website from BitBubble to Github.io

http://ethgambler.github.io/ZeroP/

The site is based off the github. I am not the creator of this app I'm just someone who wanted to help improve it. I know there is at least 3 developers who have contributed now. The site is based off github bellow and anyone is free to make suggestions to edits to the GUI.

https://github.com/EthGambler/ZeroP

The developers are invested in continuing development of the GUI and a wider marketing campaign once we're accepted into State of the dApps. I'll be depositing some more money for the rally just before that happens.
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April 05, 2016, 11:47:36 AM
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Ok updated the website from BitBubble to Github.io

http://ethgambler.github.io/ZeroP/

The site is based off the github. I am not the creator of this app I'm just someone who wanted to help improve it. I know there is at least 3 developers who have contributed now. The site is based off github bellow and anyone is free to make suggestions to edits to the GUI.

https://github.com/EthGambler/ZeroP

The developers are invested in continuing development of the GUI and a wider marketing campaign once we're accepted into State of the dApps. I'll be depositing some more money for the rally just before that happens.
Sorry to burst your bubble, but state of the dapps hasn't been accepting pozi apps lately, as they are all copy pasted and offer nothing new. At this point you probably need to come up with something original and actually useful to get listed there. If they had to list every ponzi app that has been spammed recently nobody would take Ethereum seriously.

Or maybe they're just on vacation, who knows~

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April 05, 2016, 06:33:52 PM
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Ok updated the website from BitBubble to Github.io

http://ethgambler.github.io/ZeroP/

The site is based off the github. I am not the creator of this app I'm just someone who wanted to help improve it. I know there is at least 3 developers who have contributed now. The site is based off github bellow and anyone is free to make suggestions to edits to the GUI.

https://github.com/EthGambler/ZeroP

The developers are invested in continuing development of the GUI and a wider marketing campaign once we're accepted into State of the dApps. I'll be depositing some more money for the rally just before that happens.
Sorry to burst your bubble, but state of the dapps hasn't been accepting pozi apps lately, as they are all copy pasted and offer nothing new. At this point you probably need to come up with something original and actually useful to get listed there. If they had to list every ponzi app that has been spammed recently nobody would take Ethereum seriously.

Or maybe they're just on vacation, who knows~

On vacation I guess, they just published LittleCactus Smiley
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April 05, 2016, 08:56:02 PM
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Well, people wanted pyramid similar to this one and here it is. No fees, even higher payout and cap.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1427334.new#new
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April 05, 2016, 09:01:12 PM
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Well, people wanted pyramid similar to this one and here it is. No fees, even higher payout and cap.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1427334.new#new
Don't fall for it, it's a scam.

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April 05, 2016, 09:04:03 PM
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No, it is not? The code is verified and anyone can check it. Don't FUD other pyramids because you have one of your own.  Payouts are happening, there is no fee: http://etherscan.io/address/0x0f26c26318872e8fa85dee5d30cba45ed53b3d3e#internaltx
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April 05, 2016, 09:36:19 PM
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No, it is not? The code is verified and anyone can check it. Don't FUD other pyramids because you have one of your own.  Payouts are happening, there is no fee: http://etherscan.io/address/0x0f26c26318872e8fa85dee5d30cba45ed53b3d3e#internaltx
I don't FUD, unlike all these incompetent copy pasters I can make superior apps, so I don't need to resort to cheap tactics to trick people into using mine. That app's code has a big mistake in it that will cause whoever deposits 40ETH or more to lose money. I just happen to care about people, so take it as a PSA.

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April 05, 2016, 10:25:18 PM
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No, it is not? The code is verified and anyone can check it. Don't FUD other pyramids because you have one of your own.  Payouts are happening, there is no fee: http://etherscan.io/address/0x0f26c26318872e8fa85dee5d30cba45ed53b3d3e#internaltx
I don't FUD, unlike all these incompetent copy pasters I can make superior apps, so I don't need to resort to cheap tactics to trick people into using mine. That app's code has a big mistake in it that will cause whoever deposits 40ETH or more to lose money. I just happen to care about people, so take it as a PSA.

You're right, anyone who sends 40 ETH or more will get in return 10 ETH on that pyramid.
Your pyramid, Katatsuki, is better and more dynamic, but it's somewhat complex or not well explained, that's why the simplicity of Zero fee got more traction, although now it got 100 transactions stuck, not sure why except if the creator is getting some fee or extra ETH...
http://ethgambler.github.io/ZeroP/
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April 06, 2016, 02:54:53 AM
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No, it is not? The code is verified and anyone can check it. Don't FUD other pyramids because you have one of your own.  Payouts are happening, there is no fee: http://etherscan.io/address/0x0f26c26318872e8fa85dee5d30cba45ed53b3d3e#internaltx
I don't FUD, unlike all these incompetent copy pasters I can make superior apps, so I don't need to resort to cheap tactics to trick people into using mine. That app's code has a big mistake in it that will cause whoever deposits 40ETH or more to lose money. I just happen to care about people, so take it as a PSA.

You're right, anyone who sends 40 ETH or more will get in return 10 ETH on that pyramid.
Your pyramid, Katatsuki, is better and more dynamic, but it's somewhat complex or not well explained, that's why the simplicity of Zero fee got more traction, although now it got 100 transactions stuck, not sure why except if the creator is getting some fee or extra ETH...
http://ethgambler.github.io/ZeroP/

It's funny that a lot of people investing in there can't actually read a very simple contract. What's the point of a verifiable contract if you're not actually verifying it.
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April 17, 2016, 04:37:57 PM
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This is still the 7th most popular verified contract on etherscan with 617 transactions.

http://etherscan.io/contractsVerified?sort=txcount&order=desc
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