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August 17, 2016, 04:39:58 AM
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"It is usually the people without patience that lost in the end game."

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August 17, 2016, 05:11:39 AM
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I'm out of here. I sold my lir and took my losses. I don't invest and have many months to wait for my investment to pay me back. I need to be in and out quickly like a rabbit having sex not like a turtle.

I still have a small amount invested in LIR. I think its worth the risk, and I can afford to lose if nothing materialises from the coin.
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August 17, 2016, 05:35:51 AM
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I play coin lost a lot of money, I feel very depressed, I hope this coin can let me make money.
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August 17, 2016, 06:56:16 AM
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No volume, low price, LIR is officially dead like previous dead ico coins.

Ecclesiastes 1:9: "That which has been is that which will be, And that which has been done is that which will be done. So there is nothing new under the sun."

This is God's words, he is ready to drag Hansen into the HELL   Angry
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August 17, 2016, 07:03:42 AM
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I'm out of here. I sold my lir and took my losses. I don't invest and have many months to wait for my investment to pay me back. I need to be in and out quickly like a rabbit having sex not like a turtle.

I still have a small amount invested in LIR. I think its worth the risk, and I can afford to lose if nothing materialises from the coin.
Me too, I will hold a little amount of LIR under my wallet at yobit, yesterday I was able to buy the price at 295 sats as I was expecting there will be increase but I failed to see it now so I dump it again at a lose because I need the money to use in my gambling needs, I hope I will win today to be on the profit side.

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August 17, 2016, 10:07:14 AM
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if you can't afford to lose it don't invest it. If you do lose it then and you couldn't afford to then blame yourself and quit whining like butthurt little boys...
people have every right to voice their displeasure but at a certain point get over it.

What 'certain point' would that be?

If you pay a company to write you a piece of software you hope will result in a return greater than the value of the investment you are making and that company delivers the high-quality bespoke platform it promised but there is insufficient interest to generate a profit then, yes, you are correct, people should not complain about their investment loss.

If the company, instead, turns out to have faked their shop-front while collecting your, and other people's, money for this investment and rather than delivering a bespoke quality platform simply glued on a new skin to a bog-standard cheap web-script, are you still going to be calling their justified complaints and demand for a fair and just resolution as being nothing but whining from 'butthurt little boys'?

So has it been established yet how much of your money Dogshite still holds, because he hasn't exactly been proactive in offering that information up outside of claiming that whoever Phoenix1969 is has some of it, too. Surely the first port of call is to get the facts on the numbers and to monitor everything going forward so there can be no sleight-of-hand, like the 'devs' refunding themselves through sock-puppet 'big investor' accounts.


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August 17, 2016, 10:14:59 AM
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rather than delivering a bespoke quality platform simply glued on a new skin to a bog-standard cheap web-script
Big quote you have there. Can you possibly point me into the right direction where you have found it to be a I quote "bog standard cheap script" that would imply the dev doesn't know how to code when I have seen a fix in real time after emailing him. So where is your proof it being a cheap script please and where would I find such a script?

Don't be stupid Vinnie they don't need proof, they just bark as loud as they can and hope someone can hear.
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August 17, 2016, 10:21:36 AM
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if you can't afford to lose it don't invest it. If you do lose it then and you couldn't afford to then blame yourself and quit whining like butthurt little boys...
people have every right to voice their displeasure but at a certain point get over it.

What 'certain point' would that be?

If you pay a company to write you a piece of software you hope will result in a return greater than the value of the investment you are making and that company delivers the high-quality bespoke platform it promised but there is insufficient interest to generate a profit then, yes, you are correct, people should not complain about their investment loss.

If the company, instead, turns out to have faked their shop-front while collecting your, and other people's, money for this investment and rather than delivering a bespoke quality platform simply glued on a new skin to a bog-standard cheap web-script, are you still going to be calling their justified complaints and demand for a fair and just resolution as being nothing but whining from 'butthurt little boys'?

So has it been established yet how much of your money Dogshite still holds, because he hasn't exactly been proactive in offering that information up outside of claiming that whoever Phoenix1969 is has some of it, too. Surely the first port of call is to get the facts on the numbers and to monitor everything going forward so there can be no sleight-of-hand, like the 'devs' refunding themselves through sock-puppet 'big investor' accounts.



That 'certain point' is probably subjective. There are a few things to consider, though.

1. Time is money.

2. Risk vs reward.

3. Did you look for the warning signs?

4. Did you monitor your investment?

If your time is worth more than the money you put in. You've reached that certain point. High-risk investing has a high potential for losses. If you weren't paying attention to the thread and/or didn't pay attention to the candlesticks then it's your own fault, and that certain point is whenever you realize that. For me, that certain point was the day I invested.
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August 17, 2016, 11:36:27 AM
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if you can't afford to lose it don't invest it. If you do lose it then and you couldn't afford to then blame yourself and quit whining like butthurt little boys...
people have every right to voice their displeasure but at a certain point get over it.

What 'certain point' would that be?

If you pay a company to write you a piece of software you hope will result in a return greater than the value of the investment you are making and that company delivers the high-quality bespoke platform it promised but there is insufficient interest to generate a profit then, yes, you are correct, people should not complain about their investment loss.

If the company, instead, turns out to have faked their shop-front while collecting your, and other people's, money for this investment and rather than delivering a bespoke quality platform simply glued on a new skin to a bog-standard cheap web-script, are you still going to be calling their justified complaints and demand for a fair and just resolution as being nothing but whining from 'butthurt little boys'?

So has it been established yet how much of your money Dogshite still holds, because he hasn't exactly been proactive in offering that information up outside of claiming that whoever Phoenix1969 is has some of it, too. Surely the first port of call is to get the facts on the numbers and to monitor everything going forward so there can be no sleight-of-hand, like the 'devs' refunding themselves through sock-puppet 'big investor' accounts.



That 'certain point' is probably subjective. There are a few things to consider, though.

1. Time is money.

2. Risk vs reward.

3. Did you look for the warning signs?

4. Did you monitor your investment?

If your time is worth more than the money you put in. You've reached that certain point. High-risk investing has a high potential for losses. If you weren't paying attention to the thread and/or didn't pay attention to the candlesticks then it's your own fault, and that certain point is whenever you realize that. For me, that certain point was the day I invested.


It is everyone own responsibility to research on what they going to invest in. It is their own responsibility to constantly update themselves on the movement of the company they invest in. Just like in this case, LIR has undergo a lot of crazy ups and downs and if you are out of touch, you will realise you have lose more than 90% of your investment. Especially for online business, the losses can be extreme.
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rather than delivering a bespoke quality platform simply glued on a new skin to a bog-standard cheap web-script
Big quote you have there. Can you possibly point me into the right direction where you have found it to be a I quote "bog standard cheap script" that would imply the dev doesn't know how to code when I have seen a fix in real time after emailing him. So where is your proof it being a cheap script please and where would I find such a script?

Ok, first things first, let's take a look at the initial incarnation for LIR:

Here's a preview of how it's looking so far, please note as we've said so far, this is indeed one of the "toned down" versions we plan on offering:


Now let's compare it to a dice script you can pick up for 0.3BTC 0.207BTC from https://bitify.com/auctions/download-software/dicescript-3-4-start-your-own-dice-site-today-instant-361715/
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Do you need me to point out all the places which match between the two? Bar some minor edits on the labels to try and pretend like they're giving you a bespoke platform it is pretty clear they are one and the same.

In fact, given just how absurdly easy it is to see this fact it probably explains why Dogshite then discarded that particular layout shortly afterwards.

[edit] updated with even more recent listing and image for this cheap dice script.

Don't be stupid Vinnie they don't need proof, they just bark as loud as they can and hope someone can hear.

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August 17, 2016, 12:26:38 PM
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next week i will burn my all coins, if price dont cross 500

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August 17, 2016, 02:07:28 PM
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rather than delivering a bespoke quality platform simply glued on a new skin to a bog-standard cheap web-script
Big quote you have there. Can you possibly point me into the right direction where you have found it to be a I quote "bog standard cheap script" that would imply the dev doesn't know how to code when I have seen a fix in real time after emailing him. So where is your proof it being a cheap script please and where would I find such a script?

Ok, first things first, let's take a look at the initial incarnation for LIR:

Here's a preview of how it's looking so far, please note as we've said so far, this is indeed one of the "toned down" versions we plan on offering:


Now let's compare it to a dice script you can pick up for 0.3BTC 0.207BTC from https://bitify.com/auctions/download-software/dicescript-3-4-start-your-own-dice-site-today-instant-361715/
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Do you need me to point out all the places which match between the two? Bar some minor edits on the labels to try and pretend like they're giving you a bespoke platform it is pretty clear they are one and the same.

In fact, given just how absurdly easy it is to see this fact it probably explains why Dogshite then discarded that particular layout shortly afterwards.

[edit] updated with even more recent listing and image for this cheap dice script.

Don't be stupid Vinnie they don't need proof, they just bark as loud as they can and hope someone can hear.

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Why the fuck are you showing a previous version of the site exactly? lol. I can compare any dice site to any dice site out there and they all look similar, take a look at primedice, betking, bitdice and lir they all using shitty scripts right? More about back end so is that crappy script the back end of LIR as well or is it wrote from scratch? Sounds like you know it is cheap script right? I would love the dev to come and give you the slap you deserve for talking shit you naughty dog you.
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August 17, 2016, 02:22:18 PM
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Sounds like you know it is cheap script right? I would love the dev to come and give you the slap you deserve for talking shit you naughty dog you.

Oh please do, 'dev'. Feel free to prove how you totally haven't tried passing off a 0.2BTC web script as the back-end for the $250,000 gambling platform you promised to deliver your investors.

While you're at it perhaps you'd like to provide them with the actual numbers and details concerning where their money currently is.


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August 17, 2016, 02:28:56 PM
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Sounds like you know it is cheap script right? I would love the dev to come and give you the slap you deserve for talking shit you naughty dog you.

Oh please do, 'dev'. Feel free to prove how you totally haven't tried passing off a 0.2BTC web script as the back-end for the $250,000 gambling platform you promised to deliver your investors.

While you're at it perhaps you'd like to provide them with the actual numbers and details concerning where their money currently is.



Very selective arn't you? No answer to why you took the old screenshot of site? If you actually invested in the project and was in contact via email while testing was going on, you would quickly realize that any problem you messaged the dev with was sorted and fixed within minutes  Cheesy now if that was some cheap script that wouldnt be the case would it? The dev obviously knew his own code and fixed fast so I am 90% sure you will be proved wrong if they choose to give you the time of day.
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August 17, 2016, 02:37:56 PM
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for me it's obviously made out of this script. even the tabs beyound are nearly the same.
and why shouldn't he use the screenshot of the first version? it proves that it was this script from the beginning.
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August 17, 2016, 04:35:25 PM
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Just keep walking then, maybe all of us cant wait nothing good coming to this dev.

Ill hold, but this havent trustworth

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for me it's obviously made out of this script. even the tabs beyound are nearly the same.
and why shouldn't he use the screenshot of the first version? it proves that it was this script from the beginning.

yep. cheap script for more money, this ico era is easy to make money.   Grin
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August 17, 2016, 06:27:56 PM
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Just keep walking then, maybe all of us cant wait nothing good coming to this dev.

Ill hold, but this havent trustworth

I think this is the best approach. No more point belly aching but I know some will because they're not traders they're shot takers.

I'm only down about 0.25 BTC on LIR and that represents a pretty small amount of my BTC. You may be hurting a lot worse than that but I have no idea.

I've already invested 3 BTC in others places this morning because rather than worry, I just look for the next big thing.

With LIR, I can just sit back, let it stake and see what happens.

GL
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August 17, 2016, 10:00:43 PM
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Yes, the dumpers will soon be crying.

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August 17, 2016, 10:40:42 PM
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Sounds like you know it is cheap script right? I would love the dev to come and give you the slap you deserve for talking shit you naughty dog you.

Oh please do, 'dev'. Feel free to prove how you totally haven't tried passing off a 0.2BTC web script as the back-end for the $250,000 gambling platform you promised to deliver your investors.

While you're at it perhaps you'd like to provide them with the actual numbers and details concerning where their money currently is.



Such ignorance.

Next you're going to say that they ripped us off because they used Bootstrap CSS. Which is free.

It doesn't matter if they bought a starting point for cheap. I would have done the same. Many developers will and do. This, again, is the industry standard. 

What matters is if they can modify that script to improve it and make it a good and fair game that people are willing to spend money on. The dice game is not the entire platform so nothing else you've said makes sense. You keep floating this claim that they are trying to pass off a 250k investment as just a dice site. For that, I refer you to the OP.

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