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February 20, 2018, 07:35:37 AM
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KFC WAS suffering from a chicken shortage in the U.K. Yes, you read that right.


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February 20, 2018, 07:38:24 AM
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Anyone staking BCC coins? I moved mine to desktop wallet. I have quite a lot ~1000 so wondering if it's enough to get regular staking rewards? It should pay a decent percentage each month (8% I think or is it 6% now?).

Actually, just checked and it's 7% at the moment but I'm wondering if the staking is working with 1000 coins or do you need more?
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February 20, 2018, 10:22:22 AM
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why is price up? any news?
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February 20, 2018, 11:00:22 AM
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Lendconnect seems to be mooning for no known reason..... It's actually double what is shown on the graph on coinexchange now ($4 at least)


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February 20, 2018, 02:18:49 PM
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Anyone staking BCC coins? I moved mine to desktop wallet. I have quite a lot ~1000 so wondering if it's enough to get regular staking rewards? It should pay a decent percentage each month (8% I think or is it 6% now?).

Actually, just checked and it's 7% at the moment but I'm wondering if the staking is working with 1000 coins or do you need more?


Just had a quick look at their code. It should work with 1 coin and above.
You have 1000 !!! Whyyyy ?!?!
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February 20, 2018, 02:44:24 PM
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why is price up? any news?
It's become a pump and dump coin and because this coin is on Yobit, people there can actually pump and dump it just like any coin in the Yobit platform, so expect this coin to go up and down even if there;s no update going on.

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February 20, 2018, 04:14:24 PM
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I bet I BTC that if somebody will introduce bitconnect 2.0 a lot of greedy dudes will still invest in it.

There is already a follow-up scam called Bitconnect X and many copy-cat scams as well.

it's correct, guy. it was a scammed project where they knew this shitcoin already but the big interest was making them blind .
I feel regretful for those investors and hope that they will never fall in this status in the future.
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February 20, 2018, 05:17:32 PM
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Another lending platform coin mooning today.....very strange..  Regal has other tokens now though although not even bothered looking at their prices.

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February 20, 2018, 06:12:48 PM
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Each "lending platform" scam has its own thread. Please post your Ponzi promotions the correct place and don't cross-contaminate.

This thread is for promoting the BitConnect Ponzi.

Another lending platform coin mooning today.....very strange..

That scam is offtopic here.

Lendconnect seems to be mooning for no known reason.....

That scam is offtopic here.

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February 20, 2018, 10:37:18 PM
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Where can I find that guy who screams bitconnect?  Shocked Shocked

Google "BitConnect Carlos". His home address is readily available.

When scammed people knock on his door in order to beat him, maybe he will scream even louder  Roll Eyes

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February 21, 2018, 04:05:10 PM
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Each "lending platform" scam has its own thread. Please post your Ponzi promotions the correct place and don't cross-contaminate.

This thread is for promoting the BitConnect Ponzi.

Another lending platform coin mooning today.....very strange..

That scam is offtopic here.

Lendconnect seems to be mooning for no known reason.....

That scam is offtopic here.


Yeah, you seem to like saying 'ponzi' a lot without acknowledging bitcoin as being the bigger Ponzi than bitconnect. I already explained how it's a better system for cryptocurrencies since it stops devs dumping their premined/free coins (which is the only way they can steal from investors) but Satoshi can dump his bitcoins I presume anytime he wants and make it worthless. The lending rates can be adjusted to the growth of the coin. The coin will usually grow as long as they can profit from the lending and use that to market the coin which is the only reason any crypto gains in value (it is only good if they use the same model as bitconnect- some other models have interest that is not really properly linked to the coin price such as falcon). Once they stop profiting from the lending and can't grow any more, they will have to maintain the coin price in some other way but at least people can't sell it all straight away with bitconnect's model if the coins are mostly locked in the lending so they just need to find more reasons for people to buy the coin when they reduce the lending interest rates, maybe for web staking or other new services or stuff like their new ICO etc. They decided to release all the funds at once instead of maintaining the coin price with other things because of all the complainers, I suppose. If you look at their 2018 roadmap you can see they were or maybe still are going to do things like that from May to August (Decentralized Fiat Exchange to buy and sell BCC and BTC with Fiat, BitStore bitconnect brand store to purchase crypto products and materials, New Investment Opportunities in July to August - https://bitconnectcoin.co/roadmap-2018 ).

I explained how bitconnect was in no financial trouble when they closed the lending. All the complainers caused everyone else to lose money.

By the way, who is controlling the price of BTC?

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February 21, 2018, 04:11:44 PM
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*nonsense*

I am absolutely amazed at how one can keep on shilling for lending platforms when these are obviously schemes meant to defraud gullible investards.

I really hope they find out who is behind this bought AGM76 account.

One suspects it might be Trevon James himself perhaps?... Roll Eyes
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February 21, 2018, 04:19:03 PM
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of course - exchanges will not delist Bitconnect still his pairs have demand and good volume. if people still want to connect to these trash-projects, first one of them for hope, second one for speculation only, thats right
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February 21, 2018, 04:27:48 PM
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Yeah, you seem to like saying 'ponzi' a lot without acknowledging bitcoin as being the bigger Ponzi than bitconnect.

We've talked about this before. You were unable to provide any evidence for Bitcoin being a Ponzi. It's also offtopic in this thread.

I already explained how it's a better system for cryptocurrencies since it stops devs dumping their premined/free coins (which is the only way they can steal from investors) but Satoshi can dump his bitcoins I presume anytime he wants and make it worthless. The lending rates can be adjusted to the growth of the coin. The coin will usually grow as long as they can profit from the lending and use that to market the coin which is the only reason any crypto gains in value (it is only good if they use the same model as bitconnect- some other models have interest that is not really properly linked to the coin price such as falcon). Once they stop profiting from the lending and can't grow any more, they will have to maintain the coin price in some other way but at least people can't sell it all straight away with bitconnect's model if the coins are mostly locked in the lending so they just need to find more reasons for people to buy the coin when they reduce the lending interest rates, maybe for web staking or other new services or stuff like their new ICO etc. They decided to release all the funds at once instead of maintaining the coin price with other things because of all the complainers,

You have said all that many times before. People have told you why it's nonsense many times before. You can't believe it to be true. Why are you still shilling for this dead Ponzi?

I explained how bitconnect was in no financial trouble when they closed the lending. All the complainers caused everyone else to lose money.

Nobody thinks Bitconnect is in financial trouble. They made out like bandits.

By the way, who is controlling the price of BTC?

I think the market sets the price. Supply and demand. That's offtopic here.

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Yeah, you seem to like saying 'ponzi' a lot without acknowledging bitcoin as being the bigger Ponzi than bitconnect.

We've talked about this before. You were unable to provide any evidence for Bitcoin being a Ponzi. It's also offtopic in this thread.

I already explained how it's a better system for cryptocurrencies since it stops devs dumping their premined/free coins (which is the only way they can steal from investors) but Satoshi can dump his bitcoins I presume anytime he wants and make it worthless. The lending rates can be adjusted to the growth of the coin. The coin will usually grow as long as they can profit from the lending and use that to market the coin which is the only reason any crypto gains in value (it is only good if they use the same model as bitconnect- some other models have interest that is not really properly linked to the coin price such as falcon). Once they stop profiting from the lending and can't grow any more, they will have to maintain the coin price in some other way but at least people can't sell it all straight away with bitconnect's model if the coins are mostly locked in the lending so they just need to find more reasons for people to buy the coin when they reduce the lending interest rates, maybe for web staking or other new services or stuff like their new ICO etc. They decided to release all the funds at once instead of maintaining the coin price with other things because of all the complainers,

You have said all that many times before. People have told you why it's nonsense many times before. You can't believe it to be true. Why are you still shilling for this dead Ponzi?

I explained how bitconnect was in no financial trouble when they closed the lending. All the complainers caused everyone else to lose money.

Nobody thinks Bitconnect is in financial trouble. They made out like bandits.

By the way, who is controlling the price of BTC?

I think the market sets the price. Supply and demand. That's offtopic here.


The bitconnect website is still up and running. The exchange I'm pretty sure is running as you can see here: https://bitconnect.co/user/trade?Market=BCC    (there was only a few bitcoins in 24hour volume so most people probably don't realise they can still use the exchange there - also this makes a mockery of how others thought they were inflating their volume before when now they only list $40k worth)

Their roadmap is still up. Are they going to abandon it now? Not heard anything about it. They haven't updated any news on the site since January 19th, I think.

What I said about the devs not being able to dump their coin is true and not nonsense as they can only take profits from the lending rates as otherwise it is counterproductive to the whole system to take more profits. There was no evidence they dumped coins when they cancelled the lending either and they still had over 2million coins out of 10million last time I looked .


Yep, still no change in the top ten addresses:

Wealth Distribution
Top N addresses
Holdings
Percentage

Top 10
1,924,530 BCC
19.29 %

Top 100
3,465,824 BCC
34.74 %

Top 1000
4,613,053 BCC
46.24 %

All 180956
9,976,747 BCC
100 %
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February 21, 2018, 05:08:05 PM
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Today I wathed few videos on youtube about the people who have been invested all their money to Bitconnect. It really amazing amount for me and looks that good money for this people as well. It is very sad stories. I'm from Russia and my father lost all their money on MMM ponzi scheme 20 years ago and I good understand this people. Now ponzi has transformated to cryptocurrency related schemes and it beggining only.

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February 21, 2018, 05:31:07 PM
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Yeah, you seem to like saying 'ponzi' a lot without acknowledging bitcoin as being the bigger Ponzi than bitconnect. I already explained how it's a better system for cryptocurrencies since it stops devs dumping their premined/free coins (which is the only way they can steal from investors) but Satoshi can dump his bitcoins I presume anytime he wants and make it worthless.

Lol!
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February 21, 2018, 05:43:32 PM
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Gentlemen, let's not forget that the so-called Satoshi Nakamoto or the group of individuals behind this character, have 1 Million bitcoins. For 8-9 years, his wallet has not withdrawn one bitcoin. Can anyone imagine what happens if these bitcoins suddenly poured into the market? This is going to be a crypto Apocalypse...
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February 21, 2018, 05:51:17 PM
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The bitconnect website is still up and running. The exchange I'm pretty sure is running as you can see here: https://bitconnect.co/user/trade?Market=BCC    (there was only a few bitcoins in 24hour volume so most people probably don't realise they can still use the exchange there - also this makes a mockery of how others thought they were inflating their volume before when now they only list $40k worth)

It costs very little to leave a website up and running, but that doesn't change anything about whether Bitconnect's lending platform was a Ponzi or not. What point are you trying to make?

The BCC token was only created for the purpose of running a Ponzi scheme. Now that the Ponzi has shut down there's no remaining use for the token. Sure you can still buy and sell it in various places. You can still trade Paycoin too if you want to.

Their roadmap is still up. Are they going to abandon it now? Not heard anything about it. They haven't updated any news on the site since January 19th, I think.

I've no idea. I suspect they will do whatever they think will net them the biggest return from new victims. If they can find some way of extracting more value from idiots then I guess they'll do so.

What I said about the devs not being able to dump their coin is true and not nonsense as they can only take profits from the lending rates as otherwise it is counterproductive to the whole system to take more profits.

They created a huge number of BCC tokens, and used them to create a Ponzi scheme. What makes you think that they didn't sell any of those tokens when the price was high? Why on earth would they create a massive Ponzi if the exit strategy was to end up with nothing but a bag of worthless BCC tokens? It makes no sense at all. Of course they sold some of their tokens.

There was no evidence they dumped coins when they cancelled the lending either and they still had over 2million coins out of 10million last time I looked .

So they only dumped 80% of them? Such saints!

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February 21, 2018, 06:13:58 PM
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*nonsense*

I am absolutely amazed at how one can keep on shilling for lending platforms when these are obviously schemes meant to defraud gullible investards.

I really hope they find out who is behind this bought AGM76 account.

One suspects it might be Trevon James himself perhaps?... Roll Eyes

Would you call those who followed Trevon's advice a Trevonstry?

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