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November 19, 2016, 06:21:47 PM
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How many handjobs can I get from you guys if I successfully connect Hashing24 to Joe Morgan's WholeSale Internet, Inc.. You'all remember Joe, don't you? That's right! Joe who hosted BFL's cloud mining thingies.

So that I don't get short-changed, I first desire a hand-count on the number of handjobs prior to playing my hand.

Here's a funny post: https://vpsboard.com/topic/8572-datashack-kansas-city-has-stopped-selling-colocation/?do=findComment&comment=105575 (you'll love the whole thread)

Okay, let's see if my claim holds water.

https://who.godaddy.com/whoisstd.aspx?domain=bitcoincloudmining.org&prog_id=GoDaddy&k=jQmCJCIKpqJ8LRDfj0HfXWSygi73HVxludEz3e0ljHik%2fTW%2fqoVXSfoFBUoGEHLOAfttfAhxhOY%3d

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Domain Name: BITCOINCLOUDMINING.ORG
Domain ID: D177830713-LROR
WHOIS Server:
Referral URL: http://www.openprovider.com
Updated Date: 2016-11-03T12:06:09Z
Creation Date: 2015-11-03T10:51:23Z
Registry Expiry Date: 2017-11-03T10:51:23Z
Sponsoring Registrar: Hosting Concepts B.V. d/b/a Openprovider
Sponsoring Registrar IANA ID: 1647
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
Registrant ID: HH004557-NL-6668
Registrant Name: Hostmaster Hostmaster
Registrant Organization: Hosting.nl B.V.
Registrant Street: belgielaan 63 g
Registrant City: Haarlem
Registrant State/Province:
Registrant Postal Code: 2034aw
Registrant Country: NL
Registrant Phone: +31.318846478464
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax: +31.235328261

Registered at the exact same time to the second: https://who.godaddy.com/whoisstd.aspx?domain=3678588.net&prog_id=GoDaddy&k=vNFkAzBxktC0gDJ58tJEoCeWp01I3an5CUJDuGJLlPo7u%20bBttH5mNv09kQe4yDa

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Domain Name: 3678588.net
Registry Domain ID: 1974759780_DOMAIN_NET-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: grs-whois.hichina.com
Registrar URL: http://whois.aliyun.com/
Updated Date: 2016-11-05T01:07:29Z
Creation Date: 2015-11-03T10:51:23Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2016-11-03T10:51:23Z
Registrar: HICHINA ZHICHENG TECHNOLOGY LTD.

More info here about 3678588.net: http://sium.co/3678588.net

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Server / Hosting
IP: 63.141.241.69
Latitude: 39.15
Longitude: -94.57
Country: United States
City: Kansas City
Rname
Dns10.Hichina.Com
Dns9.Hichina.Com
Target
Hostmaster.Hichina.Com

Note: Hostmaster.

Now, let's see where 63.141.241.69 in Kansas City takes us, mmmkay?

http://all-domain-names.ovh/63/141/241/63.141.241.69_2.php

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Hostname: rev2.lojadigitall.net.
Country: United States, US.
State: Missouri, MO.
City: Kansas City.
Postal code: #.
Latitude: 39.0997.
Longitude: -94.5786.
Autonomous system number (ASN): 32097.
Autonomous system organization: WholeSale Internet, Inc.[/b].
Internet service provider: DataShack, LC.
Organization: WholeSale Internet.

Depending on which way the winds' blowin' in Kansas City, the above two entities are either owned by Joe Morgan or Aaron Wendel.

https://vpsboard.com/topic/8572-datashack-kansas-city-has-stopped-selling-colocation/#comment-105575

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  On 3/3/2016 at 7:54 PM, Aaron said:
I'm the registered agent for NOCIX because I'm the one in the building every day and they wanted someone to accept service who was here.  A registered agent can be anyone present in the state. The former registered agent, Scott Brown, never had any ownership interest in DataShack (NOCIX) and just registered the company when it was formed. (He's the brother of one of the owners) The address was his house which was problematic.

I understand you *think* you know something or *think* there's some big conspiracy here but there isn't.  Sorry.

First, less conspiracy known or inferred and more matter of who is what.  This is far from the first time that people have asked what the link is between these companies.

I'll note @Aaron that you didn't deny ownership role in either company.  More of diversion about the agent matter.  Anyone can be an Agent but usually it's either a law firm, an incorporation mill or someone intimately involved with the business.   I pick the intimately involved.

Now as far as I know you aren't some lackey playing in the DC doing rack and stack.  I mean are we to believe that you are the agent just because you are the most senior worker at the DC?

Seriously:

http://www.zoominfo.com/p/Aaron-Wendel/-2121673420
Co-owner and Managing Partner (DataShack, LC)

http://whoadmin.com/datashack.us.html

Registrant Name: Aaron Wendel
Registrant Organization: Wholesale Internet, Inc
Registrant Address1: 1102 Grand Blvd.
Registrant Address2: Suite 905
Registrant City: Kansas City
Registrant State/Province: MO
Registrant Postal Code: 64106
Registrant Country: United States
Registrant Country Code: US
Registrant Phone Number:  1.8162563031
Registrant Email: aaron@wholesaleinter net.com

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:cQbnoFLW3xMJ:www.nkc.org/docview.aspx%3Fdoctype%3Dfd%26docid%3D38322+&cd=8&hl=en&ct=clnk

RE: Agreement with DataShack, LC to Operate liNKCity

On March 24‘“, 2014, the City issued a Request for Proposal for a potential sale or

operation of the liNKCity fiber network. Responses to the RFP were received on May

22nd from DataShack (operation), Fidelity Communications (purchase), and

Consolidated Communications (purchase). After careful consideration and due

diligence, Staff found the purchase offers insufficient and recommended the City

approve the operation agreement with DataShack.

[pages later]

If to DataShack: DataShack, LC 201 East 16th Avenue North Kansas City, MO 64116 Attention: Aaron Wendel

Revisiting 3678588.net, it occurred to me that that could be a seven-digit phone number. Operating on that hunch, 620-367-8588 is registered to a Gertrude E. Morgan (rhymes with Joe Morgan).

So, there you have it. Hashing24 is given the thumbs-up from the site Bitcoin Cloud Mining that was registered the exact same time as a site directly linked to Josh Zerlan's buddies who hosted BFL's cloud mining services, and the the seven-digit number is associated with the Morgan clad ... and I'm a fuckin' idiot.  Tongue Tongue Tongue

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Funny how these scammers work



Hashing24 Makes Bitcoin Mining Available to Everyone



Despite being involved in cloud mining since 2012, Bitcoin mining company Hashing24, has just recently launched its new system and has started selling hashpower to the public.

Bitcoin mining is the process of adding transaction records to Bitcoin's public ledger of past transactions or Blockchain. Bitcoin miners use special software to solve math problems and are issued a certain number of Bitcoins in exchange. This provides a smart way to issue the currency and also creates an incentive for more people to mine.

Hashing24’s main service provider is BitFury, a company known to posses modern data centres both in Iceland and Georgia.

The complexities of mining

Mining Bitcoin as an individual can be a very complex process. If anyone wants to mine Bitcoin, they would buy the mining equipment, provide adequate real estate for installation and acquire the necessary electricity requirements.

However, there are a number of companies who are involved in what could be referred to as the industrial mining of Bitcoins. Such companies install huge machines that mine Bitcoins at an extensive level.

Companies like these, within the ecosystem, also offer mining opportunities to individuals by means of purchasing or renting a part of the mining equipment and space.

Igor Kovorotny of Hashing24 says to Cointelegraph:

We believe that everyone should benefit from the mining and be able to have access to the newest technologies and large scale industrial data centers from your laptop or mobile phone

A new entry into the mining industry is the newly launched hashpower selling company, Hashing24. Hashing24 cooperates with different mining companies to provide its client, access to Bitcoin mining.

Mining now accessible to the public

The new development at Hashing24 now gives access to regular individuals to earn a part of the Bitcoins mined by the company on a daily basis. This, they can achieve, by buying the required hashpower for such given returns.

At Hashing24, clients can buy hashpower and not have a headache with its maintenance. And the main advantage is that it will be hashpower from industrial mining data centers, says Kovorotny.

He concludes by noting that his company’s target audience is both investors who are looking for new investing opportunities with good ROI and people who would like to start mining Bitcoins without spending time for equipment buying and maintenance

It will be that the cointelegraphs were not shocked by this:

Despite being involved in cloud mining since 2012

From what I read and understood in this thread, they lied about it

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November 20, 2016, 06:40:27 PM
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Funny how these scammers work



Hashing24 Makes Bitcoin Mining Available to Everyone



Despite being involved in cloud mining since 2012, Bitcoin mining company Hashing24, has just recently launched its new system and has started selling hashpower to the public.

Bitcoin mining is the process of adding transaction records to Bitcoin's public ledger of past transactions or Blockchain. Bitcoin miners use special software to solve math problems and are issued a certain number of Bitcoins in exchange. This provides a smart way to issue the currency and also creates an incentive for more people to mine.

Hashing24’s main service provider is BitFury, a company known to posses modern data centres both in Iceland and Georgia.

The complexities of mining

Mining Bitcoin as an individual can be a very complex process. If anyone wants to mine Bitcoin, they would buy the mining equipment, provide adequate real estate for installation and acquire the necessary electricity requirements.

However, there are a number of companies who are involved in what could be referred to as the industrial mining of Bitcoins. Such companies install huge machines that mine Bitcoins at an extensive level.

Companies like these, within the ecosystem, also offer mining opportunities to individuals by means of purchasing or renting a part of the mining equipment and space.

Igor Kovorotny of Hashing24 says to Cointelegraph:

We believe that everyone should benefit from the mining and be able to have access to the newest technologies and large scale industrial data centers from your laptop or mobile phone

A new entry into the mining industry is the newly launched hashpower selling company, Hashing24. Hashing24 cooperates with different mining companies to provide its client, access to Bitcoin mining.

Mining now accessible to the public

The new development at Hashing24 now gives access to regular individuals to earn a part of the Bitcoins mined by the company on a daily basis. This, they can achieve, by buying the required hashpower for such given returns.

At Hashing24, clients can buy hashpower and not have a headache with its maintenance. And the main advantage is that it will be hashpower from industrial mining data centers, says Kovorotny.

He concludes by noting that his company’s target audience is both investors who are looking for new investing opportunities with good ROI and people who would like to start mining Bitcoins without spending time for equipment buying and maintenance

It will be that the cointelegraphs were not shocked by this:

Despite being involved in cloud mining since 2012

From what I read and understood in this thread, they lied about it


Not only CoinTelegraph, but so did the site Bitcoin Cloud Mining:

http://bitcoincloudmining.org/en/hashing-24/



BCM quoted verbatim, "The Hashing24 team has been involved in a cloud mining business since 2012." but converted each "we" to "they" in the copy above, ergo the expert bitcoin cloud mining entity Bitcoin Cloud Mining failed to look into the "since 2012" claim like I have for no pay while they gave Hashing24 a 9.2 rating, earning moneys indirectly (giving them the benefit of doubt of not directly) via assuring the already-burned cryptocurrency community that Hashing24 is a trusted entity which is far from the truth. I've yet to read where BitFury has come out expressing their partnership with Hashing24, for once I do, I'll be tearing them a new asshole as well.

To be clear, there is no motherfuckin' way in hell that any entity (e.g. Bitcoin Cloud Mining) supposedly worth their salt should be giving cred to an entity that has blatantly lied so to garner moneys from an already-spooked community.

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November 21, 2016, 06:42:33 AM
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Problem with these type of topics is they lack simplicity.
Users will not grasp much of it and many don't get English to well to begin with.
So what is going to happen is click.. then they hit the X.
Not really understanding what it is that is going on here.

A quick summary sprinkled in occasionally would benefit more users.

There is a complicated nature with many of the topics in this section..
Which i bet is exhausting for users to sift through.

Of course great work Gleb not trying to diss ya here.
I'd just like to see more of the community soak in all that is Gamow.
Like them feel the WEW through your eyes !

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November 21, 2016, 10:59:52 AM
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I think places like cointelegraph should be announced as a source of scammy information and should not be trusted, even going as far as saying cointelegraph is a scam! Since you can buy a spot no matter how dodgy the company is and what your intentions are.
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November 23, 2016, 02:43:43 PM
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Hees you guys go into a lot of detail and you really dont need to. Anyone with half a brain can tell "400% roi" sure sure and I have a magical elephant that craps good ducets and sneezes out diamonds.

Anyway though its good to have people like you around but wow that is a lot of research and effort put in. Surely you dont need that much convincing ?

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November 23, 2016, 04:40:33 PM
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Hees you guys go into a lot of detail and you really dont need to. Anyone with half a brain can tell "400% roi" sure sure and I have a magical elephant that craps good ducets and sneezes out diamonds.

Anyway though its good to have people like you around but wow that is a lot of research and effort put in. Surely you dont need that much convincing ?

Wanna try again? These fuckers - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1690040.0 - have been exposed myriad times, yet continue to rape the cryptocurrency community sans lube.

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Hees you guys go into a lot of detail and you really dont need to. Anyone with half a brain can tell "400% roi" sure sure and I have a magical elephant that craps good ducets and sneezes out diamonds.

Anyway though its good to have people like you around but wow that is a lot of research and effort put in. Surely you dont need that much convincing ?

Wanna try again? These fuckers - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1690040.0 - have been exposed myriad times, yet continue to rape the cryptocurrency community sans lube.

Unfortunately the likes of them will not stop. If you find one website and put all the evidences needed to show that is a scam they will move on the next website. What you do is advising people to not use such services and you are doing it great.

In fact the impact from you and other users here against such websites has been a hit. These websites keep popping up like mushrooms after the rain but now they have 0 percent success rate of scamming a lot of people, like hashocean did not so long ago.

This warnings should go on and I think a new board of the forum should be opened --- Cloud mining scams and there to be discussed only about websites like these who want to scam people.

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Bump, so that later we can show all you stupid cocksuckers what morons you are after you get fucked by Hashing24 then come crying to this forum seeking help from the very folks who told you to keep YOUR FUCKIN' MONEYS IN YOUR POCKET OPPOSE TO GIVING IT TO THESE MOTHERFUCKERS.

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Agreed. Gleb has done a great job. Unfortunately, some people simply refuse to learn and they get scammed over and over again. Plus there’s always newbies.

Bitcoin scams exposing websites also help. And now that we have a website (badbitcoin.com) which lists the latest bitcoin scams; we need a list or a website which lists all scam promoting websites such as Viral-alert.com and bitcoincloudmining.org.

http://kipicommunity.org/
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Agreed. Gleb has done a great job. Unfortunately, some people simply refuse to learn and they get scammed over and over again. Plus there’s always newbies.

Bitcoin scams exposing websites also help. And now that we have a website (badbitcoin.com) which lists the latest bitcoin scams; we need a list or a website which lists all scam promoting websites such as Viral-alert.com and bitcoincloudmining.org.


Firstly, it's http://www.badbitcoin.org/ (not .com).

Secondly, how the fuck is it that I being in this space for over five years now haven't known about this site (this site being around long before I started fucking things in the Arizona desert - see my last post if you're up to speed)?

Thirdly, in re bold above, such could easily be incorporated on Badbitcoin along with an ongoing list of advertisers who place ads on such nefarious sites with a callout to boycott their fuckin' entities since we don't like giving moneys to entities who turn around and give it nefarious entities so to finance their operations of ripping off others in this space.

And lastly, why the fuck isn't Chantha Owen Lueung's Crypto-city and Leroy Fodor's StakeMiners not on the list?

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Agreed. Gleb has done a great job. Unfortunately, some people simply refuse to learn and they get scammed over and over again. Plus there’s always newbies.

Bitcoin scams exposing websites also help. And now that we have a website (badbitcoin.com) which lists the latest bitcoin scams; we need a list or a website which lists all scam promoting websites such as Viral-alert.com and bitcoincloudmining.org.


Firstly, it's http://www.badbitcoin.org/ (not .com).

Secondly, how the fuck is it that I being in this space for over five years now haven't known about this site (this site being around long before I started fucking things in the Arizona desert - see my last post if you're up to speed)?

Thirdly, in re bold above, such could easily be incorporated on Badbitcoin along with an ongoing list of advertisers who place ads on such nefarious sites with a callout to boycott their fuckin' entities since we don't like giving moneys to entities who turn around and give it nefarious entities so to finance their operations of ripping off others in this space.

And lastly, why the fuck isn't Chantha Owen Lueung's Crypto-city and Leroy Fodor's StakeMiners not on the list?

Sorry, my bad again. Thanks for the correction.

So the site has been around for 5 years? Its news to me too.

I think badbitcoin relies on the bitcoin community reports for listing bitcoin scams. Its likely, no one in the community has reported the above 2 sites yet.



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Here's to all the retards that'll get fucked by Hashing24 in 2017.

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I concede my stance, given that Hashing24 has addressed all the talking points stemming from us naysayers. Oh, wait! Carry on.

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http://instanthash.com/altcoins/aboutus/



https://hashing24.com/about



Any questions, you motherfuckin' morons about to enter into contract with either InstantHash or Hashing24, or both, or are you opting to take your chances because the dude - ME - warning your ass is not to be trusted because I purchased domains but didn't do anything with them, among other hideous crimes against humanity (seen here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1718829.0)?

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Dear Gleb Gamov, thank you for passionate investigation.
You are trying too hard and in fact all your comments have no sense.
You find some irrelevant information on the web and trying to turn it around.
But in reality it has nothing to do with the services we provide.

In fact why would anyone listen to you if your reputation is in question?

https://bitcointalk4.com/reputation/gleb-gamow-and-his-inappropriate-hypocritical-and-illegal-attacks/
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1012713.0


So i repeat all our contracts are real and anyone can request Bitfury this information, they will confirm. Also when your ordering withdrawal of your newly mined bitcoins you will receive email with transaction details at https://blockchain.info/. There you can check origin of your bitcoins. You will see that it is "Newly Generated Coins" from BitFury.  

We are not scam and never will be.
You can try to put out any information, but its all just talking and your  imagination.

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Please, Hashing24 Guru, return to us to pray tell how payments are made via BitFury's "Newly Generated Coins" when it's a fact that BitFury hasn't spent any of its "Newly Generated Coins" for a couple months now. Feel free when you once again grace us with your presence to link to any info depicting me as a scammy ass, thus not worthy to bring any nefarious acts to light in spite of my trust thingy being green and yours being red.

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Ok, here is a new question then. If Hashing24 are scammers (I'm BTW in no way defending them in ANY WAY!), why are cryptocurrency miner pools like Minergate using and linking directly to them on their site?

Does this mean that Minergate and other pools referring to them scammers as well?

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Ok, here is a new question then. If Hashing24 are scammers (I'm BTW in no way defending them in ANY WAY!), why are cryptocurrency miner pools like Minergate using and linking directly to them on their site?

Does this mean that Minergate and other pools referring to them scammers as well?

I'll respond to the above with the below:

http://instanthash.com/altcoins/aboutus/



https://hashing24.com/about



Any questions, you motherfuckin' morons about to enter into contract with either InstantHash or Hashing24, or both, or are you opting to take your chances because the dude - ME - warning your ass is not to be trusted because I purchased domains but didn't do anything with them, among other hideous crimes against humanity (seen here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1718829.0)?

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Agreed. Gleb has done a great job. Unfortunately, some people simply refuse to learn and they get scammed over and over again. Plus there’s always newbies.

Bitcoin scams exposing websites also help. And now that we have a website (badbitcoin.com) which lists the latest bitcoin scams; we need a list or a website which lists all scam promoting websites such as Viral-alert.com and bitcoincloudmining.org.


Firstly, it's http://www.badbitcoin.org/ (not .com).

Secondly, how the fuck is it that I being in this space for over five years now haven't known about this site (this site being around long before I started fucking things in the Arizona desert - see my last post if you're up to speed)?

Thirdly, in re bold above, such could easily be incorporated on Badbitcoin along with an ongoing list of advertisers who place ads on such nefarious sites with a callout to boycott their fuckin' entities since we don't like giving moneys to entities who turn around and give it nefarious entities so to finance their operations of ripping off others in this space.

And lastly, why the fuck isn't Chantha Owen Lueung's Crypto-city and Leroy Fodor's StakeMiners not on the list?

Sorry, my bad again. Thanks for the correction.

So the site has been around for 5 years? Its news to me too.

I think badbitcoin relies on the bitcoin community reports for listing bitcoin scams. Its likely, no one in the community has reported the above 2 sites yet.

Hello, I'll try to fill in an important gap of info on the site badbitcoin.org, the operator, and why we don't care to utilize such a site or interact with "Vik/BB". It will fill in also what's going on with this - Hashing24 - scam site.
Short answer: The operator of Badbitcoin has no ability to do critical thinking and often has conflicting perceptions because they bought services from said fraudulent site(s). Largest example: GawMiners - http://www.badbitcoin.org/gaw.htm (direct rebuttal at the time). If you want the current news for the federal investigation on GAW/Garza the thread is in my signature. Its long and complicated and along the way Vik (BB operator) tried to shill for multiple sites.

Smaller examples of BB's lack of intelligence or evaluation is: scrypt.cc (alt coins) and LTCgear (alt coins scammer that keeps fading in and out of internet interaction).

When confronted about these sites and their evaluation(s) of them the litany of excuses, poor arguments, and child-like behavior of running from the conversation made it clear the operator had a clear bias with certain sites. If they weren't outright paid to be a shill, then it was, and still is obvious that the site picks out the lowest hanging fruit and gives the users reading it a false-sense of security. The sites a novel concept but shouldn't ever replace your ability of critical thinking in evaluating box sites that try to sell you a service or commit to fraud in grey areas.

Most people in the know, now refer to BadBitcoin and the BadBitcoinClown.

Hashing24 looks like a HYIP with some weak PR...
Jeeze, Gleb found some juicy bits.

I can confirm that I have contacted Bitfury support  a few days ago and received the following answer :




It's probably best to stop using both services at this point.

This is just another shit show just like Genesis Mining, but a really poor version with BitFury.

Dear Gleb Gamov, thank you for passionate investigation.
You are trying too hard and in fact all your comments have no sense.
You find some irrelevant information on the web and trying to turn it around.
But in reality it has nothing to do with the services we provide.

In fact why would anyone listen to you if your reputation is in question?

https://bitcointalk4.com/reputation/gleb-gamow-and-his-inappropriate-hypocritical-and-illegal-attacks/
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1012713.0


So i repeat all our contracts are real and anyone can request Bitfury this information, they will confirm. Also when your ordering withdrawal of your newly mined bitcoins you will receive email with transaction details at https://blockchain.info/. There you can check origin of your bitcoins. You will see that it is "Newly Generated Coins" from BitFury.  

We are not scam and never will be.
You can try to put out any information, but its all just talking and your  imagination.

If it wasn't Gleb it would be Suchmoon, myself, or others to come point how bad your ploy is.
Cryptodoubler and HYIP sites are really easy to see since 2012. Even if your contracts were real they don't benefit the "customer".
You also tried a common strawman argument on Gleb with links (first link no longer resolves either) from a KNOWN AND CONFIRMED FRAUDSTER FROM MULTIPLE FORUMS you simpleton.
Which has already been tried by multiple people. If you read the accusations to completion (not on Leroy's thread on purpose) you would of known that Gleb resolved the claims here and on the other forums.
https://bitcointa.lk/threads/phinnaeus-gage-aka-bruno-kucinskas-where-are-you.334569/

I hope you come back to dig your grave faster.
Also bring a better script.

Hmmmmm why doesn't Bitfury create a platform themselves and sell the same service..?
Risk.

Bitfury can allow a partner or affiliate buy or rent the hardware miners they make.
Then said affiliate, in this case Hashing24 (Crazy Ivan), can part it out at as not only a premium price.
But also promise the most ridiculous contracts under the guise of it being legit and connected to a pool.

Bitfury/Hashing24 (more to come?) is just catching up to Genesis Mining and Bitmain.

The first cloudmining scams had problems convincing people that they were legit because they held no mining pool or address.
The hip new way, the HYPE way (heh-heh), is to do this convoluted bullshit that naturally takes a lot of time for the false terms and math to be experienced.
The main distributors/manufacturers - GM, Bitmain, Bitfury, and so on take on no risk of exposure if said affiliate lies or misleads users. It all depends if you have money to pursue them.

In the terms you can see  they will eventually bleed you out if Bitcoins price is even profitable. https://hashing24.com/terms
2.6. Service Fee. The fee that you pay for the Mining Contract, as described on the website.

2.7. Maintenance fees. A fee that we may charge you daily from your Customer Portion to cover running costs of Mining Hardware, as described on the website. Fee will be converted to the number of Bitcoins based on the previous day's Bitcoin closing price in US$ in the Bitcoin Price Index published on CoinDesk.com. Hashing24 can change the maintenance fee any time with 7 days' notice.

WOW.
Such bad terms.
Much shell game.

Ok, here is a new question then. If Hashing24 are scammers (I'm BTW in no way defending them in ANY WAY!), why are cryptocurrency miner pools like Minergate using and linking directly to them on their site?

Does this mean that Minergate and other pools referring to them scammers as well?

Gleb's already pointing out Joe's shadows and even named them with links.
Minergate built the dashboard for the GUI so people could buy/sell/trade(?) Hashing24's mining hardware bought/rented from Bitfury.
That might or might not be the extent of the involvement.
It looks like a game with few winners.
Not all the rules and terms are shared with us.

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Ok, here is a new question then. If Hashing24 are scammers (I'm BTW in no way defending them in ANY WAY!), why are cryptocurrency miner pools like Minergate using and linking directly to them on their site?

Does this mean that Minergate and other pools referring to them scammers as well?

I guess they already received the fees for promoting them in advance, it's just advertisement and I don't think it's a fault until the advertised site is proven as a scam -we already see many products like that in TV, let alone the internet- , then they will remove it.
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