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January 20, 2018, 08:34:32 PM
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Pretty new investor here. Is this going back to $0 or is there a chance it will climb back up to the higher levels again?

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January 20, 2018, 08:36:42 PM
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People were crazy to sell their houses when BCC didn't crash. But anyone selling their houses now to get into BCC, LOL! I don't know what to say about them Cheesy

A fool will always be a fool. Some people wont ever get this over with. If you are smart then you will learn from advice but if you are a fool then you will learn from your own experiences

Most people wont stop though, they will just look for another kind of this 'thing' ( read : scam )



Pretty new investor here. Is this going back to $0 or is there a chance it will climb back up to the higher levels again?

A quick and simple advice for you. Leave this thing , at this point there is nothing to hope for
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January 20, 2018, 08:37:41 PM
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Who believes that with BitconnectX original BCC price will return to 300-400$?)

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January 20, 2018, 08:48:53 PM
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Who believes that with BitconnectX original BCC price will return to 300-400$?)

It will end up at ZERO you can count on it.  I ave heard rumors it could be delisted. It should be delisted.  They stole a ton of money from investors.  Paid them back 10% of what they owed.  It had one big dead cat bounce back up to $80 then stayed at $35 for a day.  Now down to $23...... Soon $10 and so on.  It may have another bounce up but it wont be much. 

Those scumbags will likely do jail time. We can hope.   This whole thing was bad for all crypto. 
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January 20, 2018, 08:55:18 PM
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Pretty new investor here. Is this going back to $0 or is there a chance it will climb back up to the higher levels again?

There is always hope, just no guarantees. If you just HODL and stake your BCC coins, you have lost nothing as of yet. It's when you sell too soon is when you lose. If it goes down and away, so what. It could be rebranded and used for something else. Meanwhile, just look for another opportunity. There are plenty of other cryptos that have promise. You can't hit a home run if you never swing the bat.

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January 20, 2018, 08:55:54 PM
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Who ever is buying bitconnectx are the dumbest mofos around. Got scammed once and they are ready for round number 2.


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January 20, 2018, 09:04:33 PM
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Those scumbags will likely do jail time. We can hope.   This whole thing was bad for all crypto. 

There has been many cases like this before. Few years ago, this kind of thing was branded as 'cloudmining'. Most of the people that run this kind of site back then stole alot as well and most ( probably none ) didnt go to jail IIRC

there is always hope, just no guarantees. If you just HODL and stake your BCC coins


You are probably the dumbest people that write this kind of thing. Either if you want to admit it or not, this empire has reached its ending
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January 20, 2018, 09:16:01 PM
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Those scumbags will likely do jail time. We can hope.   This whole thing was bad for all crypto. 

There has been many cases like this before. Few years ago, this kind of thing was branded as 'cloudmining'. Most of the people that run this kind of site back then stole alot as well and most ( probably none ) didnt go to jail IIRC

there is always hope, just no guarantees. If you just HODL and stake your BCC coins


You are probably the dumbest people that write this kind of thing. Either if you want to admit it or not, this empire has reached its ending

Must be nice to know what the future holds. Wish I could be so sure of things, but I admit I don't know what will happen, but hope never hurts. Sure, there is also false hope, but it's better than nothing at all. However, I also like it when people insult, it shows their character or lack of it.

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January 20, 2018, 09:20:27 PM
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Those scumbags will likely do jail time. We can hope.   This whole thing was bad for all crypto. 

There has been many cases like this before. Few years ago, this kind of thing was branded as 'cloudmining'. Most of the people that run this kind of site back then stole alot as well and most ( probably none ) didnt go to jail IIRC

there is always hope, just no guarantees. If you just HODL and stake your BCC coins


You are probably the dumbest people that write this kind of thing. Either if you want to admit it or not, this empire has reached its ending

Must be nice to know what the future holds. Wish I could be so sure of things, but I admit I don't know what will happen, but hope never hurts. Sure, there is also false hope, but it's better than nothing at all. However, I also like it when people insult, it shows their character or lack of it.

I dont insult anyone if I state an obvious fact. I assume that you are new in crypto scene because I can tell you with certainty that this kind of case is not new. It has been repeated over and over again

You want to know what happen in the end? There is no happy ending for this kind of thing. Once it is crumbling, thats a solid sign for you to get out of it
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January 20, 2018, 09:25:16 PM
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Its good to know when to move on. This coin is dead but some people don't know it yet.  

Hey I invested a decent amount into BCC hoping to time it right.  Was a gamble.  I got 75% back since I didn't believe in it enough to keep reinvesting.  I took my interest out weekly.  I would have sold my "refund" BCC coins at $20 but it took a day to get them back.  I lucked out and it was at $39 when I sold.  If I had sold a few hours earlier it hit $80 briefly.  Only reason it did this was from whales getting in on the action manipulating the price.  Plus Bitconnect convinced some people it was worth $150 if they used it on their ICO.  I hope to hell that ICO gets shut down. Only an idiot would invest in that.
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January 20, 2018, 09:27:36 PM
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Who believes that with BitconnectX original BCC price will return to 300-400$?)



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January 20, 2018, 09:31:38 PM
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Its good to know when to move on. This coin is dead but some people don't know it yet.  

Most people know it already, they just choose not to believe it


 Plus Bitconnect convinced some people it was worth $150 if they used it on their ICO.

They will keep draining some people with false promises. I have seen this alot. Kinda similar to how Josh Garza of GAW keep making similar false promises when his empire was crumbling. Some people believe on it then when everything started falling apart, then it is too late for those kind of people to get out


 I hope to hell that ICO gets shut down. Only an idiot would invest in that.

Only a complete fool would do this
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January 20, 2018, 09:32:48 PM
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Too All,

They fuckup us all!! Ponzi Yes!! when they have so big problem..... then okay but too payouts all the loans at the same time then everybody knows the coin dropdown!! very simple , But they had too pay it in DOLLARS!! ... every loan is payout in dollars.... only now not....because  then all the clients off them get all the money back!! becoause when then the coin goes down we get more coins for the money... because it was payout in DOLLARS... then they were honest too all the users in the world. They have make already so much money and at the end do this.... it is the last thing in the world!! i lose a lot of money and really i hope that somebody get these people behind bitconnect!! and maybe we get something back...... this is so so so low..... The system was perfeckt because i make in the same time more money easy too hold other coins... so Bitconnect could easy stay!! even the matter of there problems...
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January 20, 2018, 09:41:51 PM
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Again, the lending wasn't a Ponzi

It was a ponzi. They advertised unrealistic return rates and last bagholders didn't get their money back. Your mental gymnastics can't change that fact.

Again another nutty one. So if you're holding bitcoin and all the whales dump it doesn't it make it the same thing? There is nothing that's going to keep the price of bitcoin up if everyone sells it at the same time.

Bitconnect didn't dump any coins! I showed that on the coinmarketcap graph. Very small volumes on the exchanges around the time of the dump. They probably did the opposite and bought it back cheap. How could they have been dumping a coin that has 100% yearly inflation and rises from 16 cents (I think the lowest) to close to $500 in a year and is freely traded on lots of exchanges??

You obviously don't understand that the lending system made them less likely to dump any coins (as it would stop the lending being profitable for them - to say the lending was a Ponzi when it was profitable is ludicrous) but nevermind. Bitcoin is obviously more of a Ponzi.
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January 20, 2018, 09:49:23 PM
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If someone want to hold BCC don't waste your time they will loose they price.
I think there are two ways
1) For me better is sell them and invest in some good coins
2)Invest them in bitconnectx they accept them at 150$/BCC
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January 20, 2018, 09:52:58 PM
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Again, the lending wasn't a Ponzi

It was a ponzi. They advertised unrealistic return rates and last bagholders didn't get their money back. Your mental gymnastics can't change that fact.

Again another nutty one. So if you're holding bitcoin and all the whales dump it doesn't it make it the same thing? There is nothing that's going to keep the price of bitcoin up if everyone sells it at the same time.

Bitconnect didn't dump any coins! I showed that on the coinmarketcap graph. Very small volumes on the exchanges around the time of the dump. They probably did the opposite and bought it back cheap. How could they have been dumping a coin that has 100% yearly inflation and rises from 16 cents (I think the lowest) to close to $500 in a year and is freely traded on lots of exchanges??

You obviously don't understand that the lending system made them less likely to dump any coins (as it would stop the lending being profitable for them - to say the lending was a Ponzi when it was profitable is ludicrous) but nevermind. Bitcoin is obviously more of a Ponzi.

Im quotting this for references, bookmarked this and archived it as well. It will be nice to show this back to you once the whole empire ended and check what your reaction will be

You obviously don't understand that the lending system made them less likely to dump any coins (as it would stop the lending being profitable for them - to say the lending was a Ponzi when it was profitable is ludicrous) but nevermind. Bitcoin is obviously more of a Ponzi.

If Unrealistic return rates isnt considered as ponzi to you then what would it be? a gift?

You are probably still young but I can ensure you that suchmoon and I has been here quite some time and has seen alot of these kinds of things dissapearing
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January 20, 2018, 10:07:42 PM
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Without the success of Bitcoin this Project would failed in Juny 2017 already.... Trought huge liquidations of ppl which Lended their Coins when BTC was 1200$ and lower this Site could stay up but they reached the Point of what i call breakover aka more cashouts then investments so they suspended the exchange to sell millions bcc down while they was showing bcc for 220$ on their homepage he was 40$ on other exchanges...
I saw bitconnect in may but after i googled some reviews it was a clear shit coin... His success is made on a ponzi system calls "volt. software" which dont even exist i bet! This need to go wrong at one Point guys... Sorry for those who lost huge here but see it also as a learning process Smiley
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Too All,

They fuckup us all!! Ponzi Yes!! when they have so big problem..... then okay but too payouts all the loans at the same time then everybody knows the coin dropdown!! very simple , But they had too pay it in DOLLARS!! ... every loan is payout in dollars.... only now not....because  then all the clients off them get all the money back!! becoause when then the coin goes down we get more coins for the money... because it was payout in DOLLARS... then they were honest too all the users in the world. They have make already so much money and at the end do this.... it is the last thing in the world!! i lose a lot of money and really i hope that somebody get these people behind bitconnect!! and maybe we get something back...... this is so so so low..... The system was perfeckt because i make in the same time more money easy too hold other coins... so Bitconnect could easy stay!! even the matter of there problems...

Yes, normally the capital release would be in dollars in the lending wallet. So people would then have to press the transfer button to transfer to BCC coins at the current rate (it bypassed the exchange). The only problem with this was that because everyone would receive it at the same time, the coin value was likely to go down due to people being forced to sell at the time before it depreciated (as it would be going lower in value) so bitconnect would have to pay back more BCC than was initially loaned (normally they always pay less even including all the interest).

They could have stopped the lending in a few other ways but basically anyone holding any cryptocurrency can easily lose 90% if there is panic in the markets.

The value of the BCC coin is likely to return in the future when you think how many times more valuable bitcoin is for almost double the current supply.
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Again, the lending wasn't a Ponzi

It was a ponzi. They advertised unrealistic return rates and last bagholders didn't get their money back. Your mental gymnastics can't change that fact.

Again another nutty one. So if you're holding bitcoin and all the whales dump it doesn't it make it the same thing? There is nothing that's going to keep the price of bitcoin up if everyone sells it at the same time.

Bitconnect didn't dump any coins! I showed that on the coinmarketcap graph. Very small volumes on the exchanges around the time of the dump. They probably did the opposite and bought it back cheap. How could they have been dumping a coin that has 100% yearly inflation and rises from 16 cents (I think the lowest) to close to $500 in a year and is freely traded on lots of exchanges??

You obviously don't understand that the lending system made them less likely to dump any coins (as it would stop the lending being profitable for them - to say the lending was a Ponzi when it was profitable is ludicrous) but nevermind. Bitcoin is obviously more of a Ponzi.

Im quotting this for references, bookmarked this and archived it as well. It will be nice to show this back to you once the whole empire ended and check what your reaction will be

You obviously don't understand that the lending system made them less likely to dump any coins (as it would stop the lending being profitable for them - to say the lending was a Ponzi when it was profitable is ludicrous) but nevermind. Bitcoin is obviously more of a Ponzi.

If Unrealistic return rates isnt considered as ponzi to you then what would it be? a gift?

You are probably still young but I can ensure you that suchmoon and I has been here quite some time and has seen alot of these kinds of things dissapearing


I know what the scams are. Many lending platforms that have come out recently after bitconnect have been scams but most haven't been.

You mention unrealistic returns but they weren't unrealistic, were they? Their own coin grew much more. They never promised any guaranteed returns and some days it was 0%. Some higher levels of lending gave you a guaranteed 0.25% (this was for $10k+) but there was no guarantee for sub-$1000 amounts including reinvestments . The fact it was profitable for them means they weren't a Ponzi.
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January 20, 2018, 10:14:46 PM
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Is there any simple explanation of how Bitconnect really worked behind the scenes? I believe the system ran fine with bitcoin going up in price, however a 40% market correction killed the entire Bitconnect businessmodel I think. Glad I never invested in it
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