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January 20, 2017, 02:15:41 PM
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Invest 0.5 BTC or more in Lithium's ICO and you will receive the source code for the Lithium Exchange, updates, and an installation guide!
Go to http://thelithiumproject.org/ico to invest and you will receive Lithium and the source code.
The source code alone is worth more than 0.5 so it's a low risk investment.
Remember you can invest any amount, but you get special bonuses if you invest more than 0.1 BTC or more than 1 BTC. Visit the ANN thread for more information.
I can't understand one thing if everything goes so well , then why to offer a code of the exchange to anyone, even as a bonus for investment. It can play a bad joke later.
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January 20, 2017, 02:29:11 PM
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Users report that there bittrex accounts where compromised using the same inlog as there Lithium accounts.

This whole Lithium project seems to be a scam!


Where did you get that information?

Everyday there's a new issue coming up,ico is almost finish but all the allegations are piling up,but I hope this project still continue although I have some doubts now,because of the evidences that are coming in.

Yes, why any issues always come to this project almost everyday? I still looking on this thread but now i also doubt to invest.

I hope dev will answer every questions and solve all issues as soon as possible.  all about money is very sensitive, so better more transparant to make all investors trust with this project.

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January 20, 2017, 02:34:18 PM
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Users report that there bittrex accounts where compromised using the same inlog as there Lithium accounts.

This whole Lithium project seems to be a scam!



My bittrex account was compromised too from a different ip addreses few days ago and luckily I don't have funds there.
So compare these IPs with yours

Code:
IP Address: 107.183.242.77
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/55.0.2883.87 Safari/537.36

IP Address: 89.238.166.140
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/55.0.2883.87 Safari/537.36
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January 20, 2017, 02:44:17 PM
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Yeah, I can vouch that not long after signing up for the web wallet, my Bittrex and c-cex account were compromised, nothing in them though, whether it has anything to do with this or it was a coincidence I dont know Smiley

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January 20, 2017, 02:45:24 PM
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Users report that there bittrex accounts where compromised using the same inlog as there Lithium accounts.

This whole Lithium project seems to be a scam!



My bittrex account was compromised too from a different ip addreses few days ago and luckily I don't have funds there.
So compare these IPs with yours

Code:
IP Address: 107.183.242.77
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/55.0.2883.87 Safari/537.36

IP Address: 89.238.166.140
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/55.0.2883.87 Safari/537.36

Login Time: 01/07/2017 04:38
IP Address: 107.169.238.6
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/55.0.2883.87 Safari/537.36 - looks exactly the same to me

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January 20, 2017, 03:17:43 PM
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Users report that there bittrex accounts where compromised using the same inlog as there Lithium accounts.

This whole Lithium project seems to be a scam!



My bittrex account was compromised too from a different ip addreses few days ago and luckily I don't have funds there.
So compare these IPs with yours

Code:
IP Address: 107.183.242.77
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/55.0.2883.87 Safari/537.36

IP Address: 89.238.166.140
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/55.0.2883.87 Safari/537.36

Login Time: 01/07/2017 04:38
IP Address: 107.169.238.6
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/55.0.2883.87 Safari/537.36 - looks exactly the same to me


This is from c-cex the same day
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Authorization failed from IP: 107.183.242.77
If it was not You then just ignore this message and make sure your password strong enough and not compromised. We also strongly recommend to turn two-factor authorization on (2FA) if You haven't it by now.
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January 20, 2017, 03:20:08 PM
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Login Time: 01/07/2017 04:38
IP Address: 107.169.238.6
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/55.0.2883.87 Safari/537.36 - looks exactly the same to me
You scared me, I checked my account, I have all okay. You can not use the same passwords on different sites, especially when there is money. My Passwords is a chaotic set of letters and numbers is not possible to guess.

Freedom to Ross Ulbricht!
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January 20, 2017, 04:00:11 PM
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Okay guys, I asked for a refund

You will know immediately whether this is for real or not today. Here is my address

18fvAyfxRJWGnsvfsjgXMwJCkHXdtHRViy

Check it on blockchain.info or another block explorer. If there is a 1.67 btc tx being sent there today, this dev is legit.
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January 20, 2017, 04:21:18 PM
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Okay guys, I asked for a refund

You will know immediately whether this is for real or not today. Here is my address

18fvAyfxRJWGnsvfsjgXMwJCkHXdtHRViy

Check it on blockchain.info or another block explorer. If there is a 1.67 btc tx being sent there today, this dev is legit.

I asked for a refund hours ago. Dev wanted me to prove the BTC address I gave him by sending him a signed message.
Then he told me there was a delay because the funds are in a multisig account and needed other people to access the funds
I still have not had my refund and if it does not arrive in my BTC wallet within a few hours, this is definitely a scam.

BTW: expecting 1.02 BTC in the address 139EhHvMNKCYqW43G6PeuKaH9dAhC9yJMN
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January 20, 2017, 04:23:30 PM
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Okay guys, I asked for a refund

You will know immediately whether this is for real or not today. Here is my address

18fvAyfxRJWGnsvfsjgXMwJCkHXdtHRViy

Check it on blockchain.info or another block explorer. If there is a 1.67 btc tx being sent there today, this dev is legit.

I asked for a refund hours ago. Dev wanted me to prove the BTC address I gave him by sending him a signed message.
Then he told me there was a delay because the funds are in a multisig account and needed other people to access the funds
I still have not had my refund and if it does not arrive in my BTC wallet within a few hours, this is definitely a scam.

BTW: expecting 1.02 BTC in the address 139EhHvMNKCYqW43G6PeuKaH9dAhC9yJMN

it begins! ;p

bah, i hope you guys can get your money back, i see they are in panic mode now  (selling the exchange script for 1/2 price of original, stealing users data hoping to hit non-2FA exchange accounts, etc)
so sad, give it up @OP, your busted. return everyones money and slink away, you have failed!

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January 20, 2017, 04:28:43 PM
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Okay guys, I asked for a refund

You will know immediately whether this is for real or not today. Here is my address

18fvAyfxRJWGnsvfsjgXMwJCkHXdtHRViy

Check it on blockchain.info or another block explorer. If there is a 1.67 btc tx being sent there today, this dev is legit.

I asked for a refund hours ago. Dev wanted me to prove the BTC address I gave him by sending him a signed message.
Then he told me there was a delay because the funds are in a multisig account and needed other people to access the funds
I still have not had my refund and if it does not arrive in my BTC wallet within a few hours, this is definitely a scam.

BTW: expecting 1.02 BTC in the address 139EhHvMNKCYqW43G6PeuKaH9dAhC9yJMN

He told me the same. Still a chance it's legit
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January 20, 2017, 04:37:17 PM
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Okay guys, I asked for a refund

You will know immediately whether this is for real or not today. Here is my address

18fvAyfxRJWGnsvfsjgXMwJCkHXdtHRViy

Check it on blockchain.info or another block explorer. If there is a 1.67 btc tx being sent there today, this dev is legit.

I asked for a refund hours ago. Dev wanted me to prove the BTC address I gave him by sending him a signed message.
Then he told me there was a delay because the funds are in a multisig account and needed other people to access the funds
I still have not had my refund and if it does not arrive in my BTC wallet within a few hours, this is definitely a scam.

BTW: expecting 1.02 BTC in the address 139EhHvMNKCYqW43G6PeuKaH9dAhC9yJMN

He told me the same. Still a chance it's legit

wait, what, multisig?  WHOS the other key holders? haha  their full of shit, im sorry to tell you ;p   (i cant find ONE word about multisig in the last 3 WEEKS of this scam?)
so WHOS the other key holders?

the stall tactics continue....

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~Open Source is just another buzzword if you cant read the code
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January 20, 2017, 04:38:10 PM
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Okay guys, I asked for a refund

You will know immediately whether this is for real or not today. Here is my address

18fvAyfxRJWGnsvfsjgXMwJCkHXdtHRViy

Check it on blockchain.info or another block explorer. If there is a 1.67 btc tx being sent there today, this dev is legit.

I asked for a refund hours ago. Dev wanted me to prove the BTC address I gave him by sending him a signed message.
Then he told me there was a delay because the funds are in a multisig account and needed other people to access the funds
I still have not had my refund and if it does not arrive in my BTC wallet within a few hours, this is definitely a scam.

BTW: expecting 1.02 BTC in the address 139EhHvMNKCYqW43G6PeuKaH9dAhC9yJMN

He told me the same. Still a chance it's legit
Chance is small, but let him prove it.
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January 20, 2017, 04:55:02 PM
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We are not associated in any way to http://bitsynq.com/

Our project is hosted in Namecheap servers so that's why the whois information shows Ross Technology


You should not believe whois 100% it is not 100% accurate anyway. It is not written in stone.
Thank you for the distribution.

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January 20, 2017, 05:16:00 PM
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Okay guys, I asked for a refund

You will know immediately whether this is for real or not today. Here is my address

18fvAyfxRJWGnsvfsjgXMwJCkHXdtHRViy

Check it on blockchain.info or another block explorer. If there is a 1.67 btc tx being sent there today, this dev is legit.

I asked for a refund hours ago. Dev wanted me to prove the BTC address I gave him by sending him a signed message.
Then he told me there was a delay because the funds are in a multisig account and needed other people to access the funds
I still have not had my refund and if it does not arrive in my BTC wallet within a few hours, this is definitely a scam.

BTW: expecting 1.02 BTC in the address 139EhHvMNKCYqW43G6PeuKaH9dAhC9yJMN

He told me the same. Still a chance it's legit

wait, what, multisig?  WHOS the other key holders? haha  their full of shit, im sorry to tell you ;p   (i cant find ONE word about multisig in the last 3 WEEKS of this scam?)
so WHOS the other key holders?

the stall tactics continue....

Well, at least you're laughing...
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January 20, 2017, 05:21:51 PM
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Okay guys, I asked for a refund

You will know immediately whether this is for real or not today. Here is my address

18fvAyfxRJWGnsvfsjgXMwJCkHXdtHRViy

Check it on blockchain.info or another block explorer. If there is a 1.67 btc tx being sent there today, this dev is legit.

I asked for a refund hours ago. Dev wanted me to prove the BTC address I gave him by sending him a signed message.
Then he told me there was a delay because the funds are in a multisig account and needed other people to access the funds
I still have not had my refund and if it does not arrive in my BTC wallet within a few hours, this is definitely a scam.

BTW: expecting 1.02 BTC in the address 139EhHvMNKCYqW43G6PeuKaH9dAhC9yJMN

He told me the same. Still a chance it's legit

wait, what, multisig?  WHOS the other key holders? haha  their full of shit, im sorry to tell you ;p   (i cant find ONE word about multisig in the last 3 WEEKS of this scam?)
so WHOS the other key holders?

the stall tactics continue....

Well, at least you're laughing...

o? so i should feel sorry for peoples lack of due diligence?
i literally found the evidence in 5 mins from OTHER peoples doubts about this, why would ANYONE who invested not do the same?
you believed words and you will recieve what those are worth.
tbh your lucky i even came by and backup up the claims, or people might have kept going forward with this scam...

NO ESCROW, NO SOURCE CODE, OPEN SCAM ACCUSATION, WEBWALLET THATS DUMPING DATA, SAME IP AS PREVIOUS SCAMS, need i go on?
so dont blame me man, nor think that i "think this is funny". this is MY community too, i just wish people took care of THEMSELVES....

~Shoucheng Zhang is Satoshi Tongue
~Open Source is just another buzzword if you cant read the code
https://hiveos.farm?ref=2469
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January 20, 2017, 05:30:04 PM
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Okay guys, I asked for a refund

You will know immediately whether this is for real or not today. Here is my address

18fvAyfxRJWGnsvfsjgXMwJCkHXdtHRViy

Check it on blockchain.info or another block explorer. If there is a 1.67 btc tx being sent there today, this dev is legit.

I asked for a refund hours ago. Dev wanted me to prove the BTC address I gave him by sending him a signed message.
Then he told me there was a delay because the funds are in a multisig account and needed other people to access the funds
I still have not had my refund and if it does not arrive in my BTC wallet within a few hours, this is definitely a scam.

BTW: expecting 1.02 BTC in the address 139EhHvMNKCYqW43G6PeuKaH9dAhC9yJMN

He told me the same. Still a chance it's legit

wait, what, multisig?  WHOS the other key holders? haha  their full of shit, im sorry to tell you ;p   (i cant find ONE word about multisig in the last 3 WEEKS of this scam?)
so WHOS the other key holders?

the stall tactics continue....

Well, at least you're laughing...

o? so i should feel sorry for peoples lack of due diligence?
i literally found the evidence in 5 mins from OTHER peoples doubts about this, why would ANYONE who invested not do the same?
you believed words and you will recieve what those are worth.
tbh your lucky i even came by and backup up the claims, or people might have kept going forward with this scam...

NO ESCROW, NO SOURCE CODE, OPEN SCAM ACCUSATION, WEBWALLET THATS DUMPING DATA, SAME IP AS PREVIOUS SCAMS, need i go on?
so dont blame me man, nor think that i "think this is funny". this is MY community too, i just wish people took care of THEMSELVES....

Same IP as other scams? WTH ??

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January 20, 2017, 06:06:28 PM
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Just wait and see what happens, if it's a scam it's a scam. Not a bad 18 days work for 40 Bitcoins though, think thats about £30,000 for doing nothing  Grin Grin

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January 20, 2017, 06:24:52 PM
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Just wait and see what happens, if it's a scam it's a scam. Not a bad 18 days work for 40 Bitcoins though, think thats about £30,000 for doing nothing  Grin Grin

That is if the majority of the bitcoin invested actually did come from unique investors rather than out of the devs own pocket, from the last pages info a few people obviously did invest in this coin and want out, after all the Dev said he would offer refunds at the start for investors who become uncomfortable... so if he doesn't even do that then you know what this is.
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January 20, 2017, 06:25:26 PM
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Well looks like nobody else is going to be putting money into this... what with all the red flags and allegations coming to light. Hopefully they'll launch a XLTH-BTC pairing at some point so I can dump my 57k and get on with my life...

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