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September 04, 2013, 06:17:02 AM
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Good luck on your miner. Hope it is not BFL. Frankly they never arrives lol. Despite I never order miner. But that's my two cents


@casinobit just admit. It will make the this better. The financial consultant is just some time waster. I am sure that you will dither consult a 'lawyer' which is yourself.

I got so much information when I was running cross reference machines it takes up like 15 pages.  I have to work through the night but will be off the next 5 days or so.  I am going to try to put this info together the best way I can to share it with EVERYONE.  A lot of the info will need to be pruned, but rest assure there is lots of good stuff.  Links to bitcoin account transactions, sites where he attempted to hide his identity.. etc etc.  Im 99 percent he's in Canada.  But I WILL find out.  When I get it all together I'll put it out there so that anyone else who wants to dig can.  Fairly certain he is in Canada too.  Too many references point back there.  His hosting company all comes back to the place below.  I have only spent about 45 minutes poking around and have a ton of stuff.  I'll know his sneaker size when I'm finished :-)   As for my Asic miner.. KNCMiner Jupiter 400+ GH/s order # 452. Shipping on day 1 baby! I got a refund from the retards at BFL way back haha.  

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September 04, 2013, 07:39:54 AM
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Good luck on your miner. Hope it is not BFL. Frankly they never arrives lol. Despite I never order miner. But that's my two cents


@casinobit just admit. It will make the this better. The financial consultant is just some time waster. I am sure that you will dither consult a 'lawyer' which is yourself.

I got so much information when I was running cross reference machines it takes up like 15 pages.  I have to work through the night but will be off the next 5 days or so.  I am going to try to put this info together the best way I can to share it with EVERYONE.  A lot of the info will need to be pruned, but rest assure there is lots of good stuff.  Links to bitcoin account transactions, sites where he attempted to hide his identity.. etc etc.  Im 99 percent he's in Canada.  But I WILL find out.  When I get it all together I'll put it out there so that anyone else who wants to dig can.  Fairly certain he is in Canada too.  Too many references point back there.  His hosting company all comes back to the place below.  I have only spent about 45 minutes poking around and have a ton of stuff.  I'll know his sneaker size when I'm finished :-)   As for my Asic miner.. KNCMiner Jupiter 400+ GH/s order # 452. Shipping on day 1 baby! I got a refund from the retards at BFL way back haha.  

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You could zip it and create a .torrent file. This way it won't be deleted from any hosting service, etc. and everyone could have access to it.
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September 04, 2013, 10:00:25 AM
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Good luck on your miner. Hope it is not BFL. Frankly they never arrives lol. Despite I never order miner. But that's my two cents


@casinobit just admit. It will make the this better. The financial consultant is just some time waster. I am sure that you will dither consult a 'lawyer' which is yourself.

I got so much information when I was running cross reference machines it takes up like 15 pages.  I have to work through the night but will be off the next 5 days or so.  I am going to try to put this info together the best way I can to share it with EVERYONE.  A lot of the info will need to be pruned, but rest assure there is lots of good stuff.  Links to bitcoin account transactions, sites where he attempted to hide his identity.. etc etc.  Im 99 percent he's in Canada.  But I WILL find out.  When I get it all together I'll put it out there so that anyone else who wants to dig can.  Fairly certain he is in Canada too.  Too many references point back there.  His hosting company all comes back to the place below.  I have only spent about 45 minutes poking around and have a ton of stuff.  I'll know his sneaker size when I'm finished :-)   As for my Asic miner.. KNCMiner Jupiter 400+ GH/s order # 452. Shipping on day 1 baby! I got a refund from the retards at BFL way back haha.  

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You could zip it and create a .torrent file. This way it won't be deleted from any hosting service, etc. and everyone could have access to it.


I do my data mining in Maltego.  Super awesome program (along with the rest of the Hacker goodies) that can find just about any digital fingerprint ever left. Problem is it generates a gigantic page with tons of data on it.  I would have to screw with converting it over to a PDF in Linux but REALLY don't want to mess with installing printer stuff in Kali. AND.... I see that he showed his face AND opened his mouth a little while ago.  I like to tell myself I'm a nice guy.. and if he keeps information coming then I think his info should stay private.. although if it's just more BS... it will fit on a PDF file nicelyl.  I was just preparing to do some magic tricks with this ditty before I saw his message.  https://login.secureserver.net/index.php?app=wbe&domain=email.casinobit.net
Truthfully I hope he can get his stuff together because I really think the site has potential.  I do find it strange that he has changed domain information so many times in the last few days.  As far as death threats... I can't imagine he got anyone that bad that they would do that.  Knuckle sandwich is completely understandable but that would be about it.  Damn bitcoin gangsters hahaha. 

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September 04, 2013, 10:11:20 PM
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Really nice concept. How much do you pay that guy?

Start your own casino site: » CoinDice | CoinWheel «
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September 05, 2013, 05:07:15 AM
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Daily death treats over the Internet Roll Eyes

Must be nice  Cheesy

Thanks for coming back to give me my weekly dose of hope.

I'm on the hope train as well. Can't say I'm exactly a shining light of optimism, but my fingers are crossed.
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September 05, 2013, 06:22:04 AM
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Well, the waiting game keeps on going on

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September 06, 2013, 12:24:44 PM
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"BEST CASINO OF 2013"

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September 06, 2013, 02:22:33 PM
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"BEST CASINO OF 2013"

OK, that made me LOL.
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September 06, 2013, 02:29:13 PM
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What's tremendously disappointing comes to the fact we have came to an agreement with another bitcoin casino to bailout folks who have been scammed from this organization and they have refused to accept the offer. I guess it's up to the members who have lost bitcoin credits to continue to file complaints on the website so we can continue to pursue this organization on doing the right thing.

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September 06, 2013, 02:47:31 PM
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What's tremendously disappointing comes to the fact we have came to an agreement with another bitcoin casino to bailout folks who have been scammed from this organization and they have refused to accept the offer. I guess it's up to the members who have lost bitcoin credits to continue to file complaints on the website so we can continue to pursue this organization on doing the right thing.

We are already moving ahead and "doing the right thing" even without people threatening me which tragically is the path some of the immature members chose to take, the deal is being worked out and everyone will be paid out soon.

We haven't "scammed" anyone, you can "bailout" whoever your want, I get a hunch that it's some sort of scheme to steal the private tokens of our members but do as you please, worst case scenario some of the investors will be paid double...
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September 06, 2013, 03:06:53 PM
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What's tremendously disappointing comes to the fact we have came to an agreement with another bitcoin casino to bailout folks who have been scammed from this organization and they have refused to accept the offer. I guess it's up to the members who have lost bitcoin credits to continue to file complaints on the website so we can continue to pursue this organization on doing the right thing.

We are already moving ahead and "doing the right thing" even without people threatening me which tragically is the path some of the immature members chose to take, the deal is being worked out and everyone will be paid out soon.

We haven't "scammed" anyone, you can "bailout" whoever your want, I get a hunch that it's some sort of scheme to steal the private tokens of our members but do as you please, worst case scenario some of the investors will be paid double...



Scheme to steal private tokens? How is providing members free private tokens a scheme to steal? We kindly wait your answer 

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September 06, 2013, 04:24:43 PM
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We are already moving ahead and "doing the right thing" even without people threatening me which tragically is the path some of the immature members chose to take, the deal is being worked out and everyone will be paid out soon.

We haven't "scammed" anyone, you can "bailout" whoever your want, I get a hunch that it's some sort of scheme to steal the private tokens of our members but do as you please, worst case scenario some of the investors will be paid double...

Thank you for the daily dose of hope. Smiley

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September 06, 2013, 04:54:14 PM
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I don't know if I'm just lucky...


Paid out.

https://blockchain.info/tx/77d08774ce34ddce0525487668e0b0a4b0c7ed8da6b4a54f2a268c2ef465581c

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September 06, 2013, 04:59:28 PM
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I think that answer is pretty self evident if you ask the others owed for weeks+

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September 06, 2013, 05:13:00 PM
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I think that answer is pretty self evident if you ask the others owed for weeks+


Ok. If you want to follow my steps, this is what I did:
1. Turn on computer (wait for all apps to load)
3. Open Chrome
4. Immediately open my bookmark for Casinobit and start spamming the withdrawal button
5. Press and drag the withdrawal button when it jumps down
6. Loading bar moves across screen
7. Page refreshes (this had never happened before)
8. Start spamming withdrawal button again Balance reads: 0BTC

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September 06, 2013, 05:18:36 PM
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Nice Tutorial. Good luck and see when some dumb guys put money into this casino for you to withdrawl.

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September 06, 2013, 06:26:44 PM
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Nice Tutorial. Good luck and see when some dumb guys put money into this casino for you to withdrawl.

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Please don't choke on that envy.

Ok. If you want to follow my steps, this is what I did:
1. Turn on computer (wait for all apps to load)
3. Open Chrome
4. Immediately open my bookmark for Casinobit and start spamming the withdrawal button
5. Press and drag the withdrawal button when it jumps down
6. Loading bar moves across screen
7. Page refreshes (this had never happened before)
8. Start spamming withdrawal button again Balance reads: 0BTC

This is no coincidence, we pay out to people on a daily basis, unfortunately you do not hear from them often.
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September 06, 2013, 06:48:17 PM
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This is no coincidence, we pay out to people on a daily basis, unfortunately you do not hear from them often.


Now try to convince everyone here you are paying out on a daily basis.  Grin


This guy must be clinically insane to post this.
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September 06, 2013, 06:52:05 PM
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They send dust payout everyday to some (read an incredibly lucky minority) players: https://blockchain.info/fr/address/1JyqZjhwoycF3pWTEAySSsmYVTPxAhEm6D
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September 06, 2013, 06:56:30 PM
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This is no coincidence, we pay out to people on a daily basis, unfortunately you do not hear from them often.


Now try to convince everyone here you are paying out on a daily basis.  Grin


This guy must be clinically insane to post this.

And then have the nerve to call legitimate watchdogs and casinos scammers. This guy will end up on the other side of a jail cell sometime in life wait and see (possibly worse dead in a ditch)

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