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April 21, 2016, 07:30:57 PM
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im not investing, this is awfully close to the scam EdonCoin.
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April 21, 2016, 07:34:05 PM
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ionomy.com is registered in Singapore, as you may already know, Singapore does not regulate virtual currency at the moment.
Ref: http://www.mas.gov.sg/moneysense/understanding-financial-products/investments/consumer-alerts/virtual-currencies.aspx

How would this impact people from a legal perspective if they had reason to feel they'd been wronged?

Why did you pick Singapore?



This is something you should consult with a local lawyer in your country before you make any investment.

We view Singapore as a good place to launch new cyrptocurrency start up, and we were drawn to it because of go coins success being based out of Singapore as well.


Are all the details, names etc, of the founders of the company/other business entity available to the public for the purpose of legal protection?

All details are publicly available in Singapore just like any other company, ionomy.com does not use any third party agents if that's what you're suggesting.
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April 21, 2016, 07:34:42 PM
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There's quite a few of us here from the community. Answering to constant scam claims is time consuming and soul destroying. The devs themselves are working on launching the new platform (possibly within the next few days) and so they are pretty busy and not many (if any) questions need a dev to respond just yet. All the questions are basic, mostly about GAW.

Slack is the best place to get hold of the Devs / Team directly:

https://slack.ionomy.com/

When you launch a new coin/platform, and you seek to raise funds through an ico, surely you have an obligation to actually engage with the people whose money you are asking for?

I understand that it can be hard work to keep up with when you're trying to be productive, but in the the next few weeks I'll be launching a new store, I'll be on here touting it & I'll expect people to do the right thing and point out any issues we might have missed as we were working on it.  It might take up time, but it'll be worth it, after all, you can't get people involved unless you engage.

Same goes for the devs of this new platform & coin.

With Slack being the place that is manned 24x7 by the dev/platform team and community, I do wonder the reason to leave this thread open - locking it might be a better option.

So people can't ask questions? Good luck locking it, do you think people are out of line asking these questions because of Paycoins history? I do not.

Asking questions is the best thing to do. Calling something a scam and not posting evidence, even when asked for just isn't right. It's to easy to do this from the fairly anonimity behind your computer screen. It always makes me think that people who do this either have no social life and are very mad at the world. Or they have a very mean wife and are very mad at the world.
I would love to read some accusations combined with proof. Haven't seen any sofar. Wink

Here is evidence that I have got:

https://medium.com/@icocountdown/ion-coin-warning-cb686fb6e7a4#.ej5bfwdnv



Thanks. I will review it.

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April 21, 2016, 07:36:33 PM
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ionomy.com is registered in Singapore, as you may already know, Singapore does not regulate virtual currency at the moment.
Ref: http://www.mas.gov.sg/moneysense/understanding-financial-products/investments/consumer-alerts/virtual-currencies.aspx

How would this impact people from a legal perspective if they had reason to feel they'd been wronged?

Why did you pick Singapore?



This is something you should consult with a local lawyer in your country before you make any investment.

We view Singapore as a good place to launch new cyrptocurrency start up, and we were drawn to it because of go coins success being based out of Singapore as well.


Are all the details, names etc, of the founders of the company/other business entity available to the public for the purpose of legal protection?

All details are publicly available in Singapore just like any other company, ionomy.com does not use any third party agents if that's that you're suggesting.

I'm not suggesting anything, just asking questions...

What name is the company registered under?

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April 21, 2016, 07:46:08 PM
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ionomy.com is registered in Singapore, as you may already know, Singapore does not regulate virtual currency at the moment.
Ref: http://www.mas.gov.sg/moneysense/understanding-financial-products/investments/consumer-alerts/virtual-currencies.aspx

How would this impact people from a legal perspective if they had reason to feel they'd been wronged?

Why did you pick Singapore?



This is something you should consult with a local lawyer in your country before you make any investment.

We view Singapore as a good place to launch new cyrptocurrency start up, and we were drawn to it because of go coins success being based out of Singapore as well.


Are all the details, names etc, of the founders of the company/other business entity available to the public for the purpose of legal protection?

All details are publicly available in Singapore just like any other company, ionomy.com does not use any third party agents if that's that you're suggesting.

I'm not suggesting anything, just asking questions...

What name is the company registered under?

I believe Ionomy PTE as per our terms of service https://www.ionomy.com/terms-service
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April 21, 2016, 07:54:01 PM
Last edit: April 21, 2016, 08:10:01 PM by skinnyboy
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ionomy.com is registered in Singapore, as you may already know, Singapore does not regulate virtual currency at the moment.
Ref: http://www.mas.gov.sg/moneysense/understanding-financial-products/investments/consumer-alerts/virtual-currencies.aspx

How would this impact people from a legal perspective if they had reason to feel they'd been wronged?

Why did you pick Singapore?



This is something you should consult with a local lawyer in your country before you make any investment.

We view Singapore as a good place to launch new cyrptocurrency start up, and we were drawn to it because of go coins success being based out of Singapore as well.


Are all the details, names etc, of the founders of the company/other business entity available to the public for the purpose of legal protection?

All details are publicly available in Singapore just like any other company, ionomy.com does not use any third party agents if that's that you're suggesting.

I'm not suggesting anything, just asking questions...

What name is the company registered under?

I believe Ionomy PTE as per our terms of service https://www.ionomy.com/terms-service

Could you provide me with a better resource than this one, as I tried Ionomy, Ionomy.com, Ionomy PTE & Ionomy PTE Services & it's returning no results

https://www.sgpbusiness.com/search

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Can't find any mention here, either:

https://www.acra.gov.sg/home/

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April 21, 2016, 07:54:14 PM
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Why is the Singapore address listed used by MANY other businesses? https://www.google.com/search?q=111+North+Bridge+Road%2C08-19+Peninsula+Plaza&rlz=1C1CHFX_enUS503US503&oq=111+North+Bridge+Road%2C08-19+Peninsula+Plaza&aqs=chrome..69i57.447j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Also, has anyone successfully found a registered Ionomy or Ionomy PTE anywhere in Singapore? My searches are yielding nil.
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April 21, 2016, 08:08:34 PM
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ionomy.com is registered in Singapore, as you may already know, Singapore does not regulate virtual currency at the moment.
Ref: http://www.mas.gov.sg/moneysense/understanding-financial-products/investments/consumer-alerts/virtual-currencies.aspx

How would this impact people from a legal perspective if they had reason to feel they'd been wronged?

Why did you pick Singapore?



This is something you should consult with a local lawyer in your country before you make any investment.

We view Singapore as a good place to launch new cyrptocurrency start up, and we were drawn to it because of go coins success being based out of Singapore as well.


Are all the details, names etc, of the founders of the company/other business entity available to the public for the purpose of legal protection?

All details are publicly available in Singapore just like any other company, ionomy.com does not use any third party agents if that's that you're suggesting.

I'm not suggesting anything, just asking questions...

What name is the company registered under?

I believe Ionomy PTE as per our terms of service https://www.ionomy.com/terms-service

Could you provide me with a better resource than this one, as I tried Ionomy, Ionomy.com, Ionomy PTE & Ionomy PTE Services & it's returning no results

https://www.sgpbusiness.com/search

I am getting someone to look into this for you, will post back once i have a response
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April 21, 2016, 08:13:35 PM
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ionomy.com is registered in Singapore, as you may already know, Singapore does not regulate virtual currency at the moment.
Ref: http://www.mas.gov.sg/moneysense/understanding-financial-products/investments/consumer-alerts/virtual-currencies.aspx

How would this impact people from a legal perspective if they had reason to feel they'd been wronged?

Why did you pick Singapore?



This is something you should consult with a local lawyer in your country before you make any investment.

We view Singapore as a good place to launch new cyrptocurrency start up, and we were drawn to it because of go coins success being based out of Singapore as well.


Are all the details, names etc, of the founders of the company/other business entity available to the public for the purpose of legal protection?

All details are publicly available in Singapore just like any other company, ionomy.com does not use any third party agents if that's that you're suggesting.

I'm not suggesting anything, just asking questions...

What name is the company registered under?

I believe Ionomy PTE as per our terms of service https://www.ionomy.com/terms-service

Could you provide me with a better resource than this one, as I tried Ionomy, Ionomy.com, Ionomy PTE & Ionomy PTE Services & it's returning no results

https://www.sgpbusiness.com/search

I am getting someone to look into this for you, will post back once i have a response

Cheers, I tried this one too with no success:

https://www.tis.bizfile.gov.sg/ngbtisinternet/faces/oracle/webcenter/portalapp/pages/TransactionMain.jspx?selectedETransId=dirSearch#%40%3FselectedETransId%3DdirSearch%26_adf.ctrl-state%3Dkkh6ir2d7_9

So that's three, to date, inc:

https://www.acra.gov.sg/home/

&

https://www.sgpbusiness.com/search

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April 21, 2016, 10:22:53 PM
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Also worth an email to Kathleen Shields at the SEC to let them know they'll have a new criminal to go after once they're done with Homero Garza.

shieldska@sec.gov
So Ion creates an ICO and you are going to report Matlack to the SEC? Bahahahaha, your credibility has reached zero.

You say "Ion" as if it's some legitimate, respected company. It's just rebranded paycoin scam led by Homero Garza's best bud Adam. Go ahead and be blinded by your greed. Why don't you just give Matlack a bag of cash and walk away, it will be easier on all involved. Are you retarded?

Ps. I spent almost 2 years trying to convince morons like you that Garza was a scammer. Who the fuck are you?

The way you communicate really should give you a clue as to why absolutely nobody listens to you.

I'm open to all reasonable discussion.

I will try to keep this to your ridiculous definition of "reasonable" in hopes you or someone else can learn something and save some money in the future.

Your definition of reasonable appears to be foolish, and your decision to only listen to and/or communicate with people who fit into that definition has already cost you a boatload of money, and it apears it will do that again in the future.

If Person A says he will sell this thing to you for $4 and then buy it back from you for $20 in 2 months, and Person B says, "that makes no fucking sense, stop being an asshole scammer," although Person B used some colorful language, his statement was much more reasonable than person A's, because it had some basis of reality on this planet. You listened to Person A, and lost money before, so sticking to that idea doesn't seem that great.

Stop worrying about HOW people communicate, and listen to what they are actually saying. Conmen always appear "reasonable" until they are running with your money. Sticking with the people that were heavily involved in GAW with Garza (when it was a complete scam) or after Garza (when it was completely hopeless and a waste of time, unless they were just plotting to rob everyone with something else later) seems insane to me.

Again, people involved with GAW were either involved in the scam and too stupid to see it was a scam, I"m not sure who falls into which group, but I'm not going to touch anything involving either in the future.
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April 21, 2016, 10:24:35 PM
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the ICO rainstorm continues

Don't be a hater this might be good.
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April 21, 2016, 10:27:54 PM
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Also worth an email to Kathleen Shields at the SEC to let them know they'll have a new criminal to go after once they're done with Homero Garza.

shieldska@sec.gov
So Ion creates an ICO and you are going to report Matlack to the SEC? Bahahahaha, your credibility has reached zero.

You say "Ion" as if it's some legitimate, respected company. It's just rebranded paycoin scam led by Homero Garza's best bud Adam. Go ahead and be blinded by your greed. Why don't you just give Matlack a bag of cash and walk away, it will be easier on all involved. Are you retarded?

Ps. I spent almost 2 years trying to convince morons like you that Garza was a scammer. Who the fuck are you?

The way you communicate really should give you a clue as to why absolutely nobody listens to you.

I'm open to all reasonable discussion.


Stop worrying about HOW people communicate, and listen to what they are actually saying. Conmen always appear "reasonable" until they are running with your money. Sticking with the people that were heavily involved in GAW with Garza (when it was a complete scam) or after Garza (when it was completely hopeless and a waste of time, unless they were just plotting to rob everyone with something else later) seems insane to me.


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April 21, 2016, 10:28:18 PM
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via http://www.ionomy.com/news

ionomy.com platform opens April 25th
ionomy.com is proud to announce that the launch of full ionomy.com platform is on April 25th. Registered users will now be able to access offerings including an online BTC wallet, Stakers, and Atoms Auctions.



All users will now be able to fully manage their accounts, including 2fa options and password management. Additionally, the new staking interface will show a user their current active stakers, the options enabled for each staker, and the current balance and time remaining.

The wallets on the platform are also now fully functional and live. Currently BTC is the primary option. Users are able to send and receive, as well as purchase subscriptions and participate in Atoms auctions. The ION/BTC exchange pairing will be live at the completion of the ICO on May 16.

As we enter the third week of the ICO, we would like to invite all of our users to come explore the new ionomy.com platform and learn more about the ionomy.

Ionomy Admin | 21st April, 2016
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April 21, 2016, 10:29:55 PM
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This is literally the same as the GAW/Paycoin fiasco, how can you guys be re-creating this? Do you know how much it hurt the whole crypto scene. You are replicating it with the same exact functions.

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April 21, 2016, 10:33:52 PM
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This Definitely looks like a paycoin resurrection. lmfao similar terms, similar design etc..
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April 21, 2016, 10:35:03 PM
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This Definitely looks like a paycoin resurrection. lmfao similar terms, similar design etc..

The worst thing is it is the exact same team? This is complete insanity.

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This Definitely looks like a paycoin resurrection. lmfao similar terms, similar design etc..

The worst thing is it is the exact same team? This is complete insanity.

From the looks of the design it does seem like the same team. But from what I see, to be honest  They put out quality work, they definitely have some skills, but they are still tied to paycoin the biggest scam of 2014/2015 and are having an ico scam with a coin that has the same characteristics as XPY, such a waste of talent.
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April 21, 2016, 10:59:50 PM
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These scammers aren't even smart enough to create a self-moderated thread.

Good luck to all you sheep, I hope you get taken for every Satoshi you hold.

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April 21, 2016, 11:07:49 PM
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cool website, too bad its a complete rip off and a scam.
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This Definitely looks like a paycoin resurrection. lmfao similar terms, similar design etc..

The worst thing is it is the exact same team? This is complete insanity.

If it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck it must be a monkey. Is that how this is supposed to go?

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