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February 23, 2017, 06:49:23 AM
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So they paid high in bounties to make everyone feel they are legit?


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February 23, 2017, 07:01:26 AM
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i was wondering how about any article which published an article about them and about $1m invested already from one of article which publish about it
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February 23, 2017, 07:15:29 AM
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So they paid high in bounties to make everyone feel they are legit?

Maybe, but after some moral people reminded us, the project looks not legitimate any more, and the proofs are released before ICO, it is definitely good for general investors, they won't lose money.
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February 23, 2017, 07:27:22 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=896480.msg9867986#msg9867986
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February 23, 2017, 07:49:00 AM
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Wow, FUDsters seem to have taken over this thread, I don't understand why some people will base their conclusion on just a tweet that this project is a scam. I'm not trying to defend Qtum team but there should be more information in the space before coming to conclusion that this is 100% scam
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February 23, 2017, 07:51:28 AM
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Wow, FUDsters seem to have taken over this thread, I don't understand why some people will base their conclusion on just a tweet that this project is a scam. I'm not trying to defend Qtum team but there should be more information in the space before coming to conclusion that this is 100% scam

Yep, it is very not clear now, if it is scam, why angel investors got screwed too? If it is real scam, it will be the hugest scam all of the world.
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February 23, 2017, 07:54:03 AM
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Wow, FUDsters seem to have taken over this thread, I don't understand why some people will base their conclusion on just a tweet that this project is a scam. I'm not trying to defend Qtum team but there should be more information in the space before coming to conclusion that this is 100% scam

so, someone essentially steals money on a previous project and creates his own while at the same time trying to assume another ID

are you honestly going to trust that person with your money?

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February 23, 2017, 08:15:06 AM
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Ohhhhh! Scam foiled.

Good job, Joshua Bouw.

the same guys that fucked #BitBay and David Zimbeck are the guys behind #Qtum.

search brings up Steven's real name. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=850267.4255;wap2

Google that you get: http://domainbigdata.com/sixchain.com  Patrick's e-mail which is consistent with what Zimbeck said it was.

Google that and you get a ton of e-mails used for articles in Chinese. http://www.8btc.com/how-to-fork-ethereum …, look at the author name 帅初 and the pic

 帅初 is the same Chinese name on Qtum's team page in Chinese. https://qtum.org/zh/team-zh/ 

The picture of the article is the same as https://bitse.com/team/   Patrick's page.
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Last edit: February 23, 2017, 08:42:16 AM by Bitpreneur1976
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Wow, FUDsters seem to have taken over this thread, I don't understand why some people will base their conclusion on just a tweet that this project is a scam. I'm not trying to defend Qtum team but there should be more information in the space before coming to conclusion that this is 100% scam

BitBay response to association with QTUM co-Founder Patrick Dai


The BitBay development team has been asked to comment on the possible link between one of BitBay’s original founders, and Patrick Dai, a co-founder of the QTUM Project.  BitBay’s lead developer, David Zimbeck has confirmed the man using the name Patrick Dai from QTUM, was known as Steven Dai when he was associated with BitBay.

Steven Dai walked away from BitBay with publically invested Bitcoin & millions of BAY from the initial offering which has never been returned.  The BitBay team recommends extreme caution when it comes to investing in any cryptocurrency project associated with Steven (AKA Patrick) Dai.

BitBay is more interested in letting people know about the future than reliving the past. Even without support from the original founders, David Zimbeck has continued with the development of BitBay. A fully functional decentralized Smart Contract client is freely available for public use and is the most advanced crypto currency product available today.


That doesen't look like FUD. I wanted to invest into their ICO but after I read these news I don't touch it anymore.

Edit: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=890531.msg17942817#msg17942817
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February 23, 2017, 09:50:54 AM
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Wow, FUDsters seem to have taken over this thread, I don't understand why some people will base their conclusion on just a tweet that this project is a scam. I'm not trying to defend Qtum team but there should be more information in the space before coming to conclusion that this is 100% scam

BitBay response to association with QTUM co-Founder Patrick Dai


The BitBay development team has been asked to comment on the possible link between one of BitBay’s original founders, and Patrick Dai, a co-founder of the QTUM Project.  BitBay’s lead developer, David Zimbeck has confirmed the man using the name Patrick Dai from QTUM, was known as Steven Dai when he was associated with BitBay.

Steven Dai walked away from BitBay with publically invested Bitcoin & millions of BAY from the initial offering which has never been returned.  The BitBay team recommends extreme caution when it comes to investing in any cryptocurrency project associated with Steven (AKA Patrick) Dai.

BitBay is more interested in letting people know about the future than reliving the past. Even without support from the original founders, David Zimbeck has continued with the development of BitBay. A fully functional decentralized Smart Contract client is freely available for public use and is the most advanced crypto currency product available today.


That doesen't look like FUD. I wanted to invest into their ICO but after I read these news I don't touch it anymore.

Edit: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=890531.msg17942817#msg17942817

To proof my statement above!

https://www.facebook.com/bitbaymarket/posts/751813124973531
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February 23, 2017, 09:56:32 AM
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Wow, FUDsters seem to have taken over this thread, I don't understand why some people will base their conclusion on just a tweet that this project is a scam. I'm not trying to defend Qtum team but there should be more information in the space before coming to conclusion that this is 100% scam

BitBay response to association with QTUM co-Founder Patrick Dai


The BitBay development team has been asked to comment on the possible link between one of BitBay’s original founders, and Patrick Dai, a co-founder of the QTUM Project.  BitBay’s lead developer, David Zimbeck has confirmed the man using the name Patrick Dai from QTUM, was known as Steven Dai when he was associated with BitBay.

Steven Dai walked away from BitBay with publically invested Bitcoin & millions of BAY from the initial offering which has never been returned.  The BitBay team recommends extreme caution when it comes to investing in any cryptocurrency project associated with Steven (AKA Patrick) Dai.

BitBay is more interested in letting people know about the future than reliving the past. Even without support from the original founders, David Zimbeck has continued with the development of BitBay. A fully functional decentralized Smart Contract client is freely available for public use and is the most advanced crypto currency product available today.


That doesen't look like FUD. I wanted to invest into their ICO but after I read these news I don't touch it anymore.

Edit: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=890531.msg17942817#msg17942817

To proof my statement above!

https://www.facebook.com/bitbaymarket/posts/751813124973531
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February 23, 2017, 10:05:52 AM
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So there wont be an ICO from first March for sure..Thanks for the information


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February 23, 2017, 10:38:40 AM
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If 'patrick' / 'steven' is a founder surly he invested at the start using his own cash (Bitbay's cash) so do Bitbay own QTUM?

He stole 200btc from Bitbay's ICO & used it to fund this project

Shit is hitting the fan for sure. Scammers make my blood boil.
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February 23, 2017, 10:40:59 AM
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This looks really, really bad for the Qtum team.

No one with half a brain cell would put money into this.

























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February 23, 2017, 10:43:05 AM
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Do you think OP will remove all of negative posts? It is difficult choice for more investors, they have already got massive VC, but they won't get more money from us.
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February 23, 2017, 10:45:27 AM
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Do you think OP will remove all of negative posts? It is difficult choice for more investors, they have already got massive VC, but they won't get more money from us.
Who are the stated VC's supposedly involved with Qtum? Lets do some digging, and find out whats real and not.
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February 23, 2017, 10:47:17 AM
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this  is a chinese  coin,,,the only thing I  know is  dont  buy any chinese coin

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February 23, 2017, 10:55:37 AM
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Obviously no response from qtum


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February 23, 2017, 10:58:30 AM
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I got a question,when will start the qtum crowdsale on their official website,how will this work,if they start it at 10 , i`ll be able to transfer the bitcoin before the sale starts ?

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I read on another chat that Patrick is traveling. From what I have seen Roger Ver, Anthony Di Iorio, and all the top tier investors supported Qtum regardless. I will assume that they know Patrick. This accusation does not appear to be new.

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