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March 02, 2017, 03:36:06 AM
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Starting to get really funny here, I wonder why half brain Sherlock is ignoring icocountdown scam records and quoting his weak article.

Oh wait he did not get paid to dig'em up  Grin

I don't know who is paid or not, and actually find that irrelevant.  If there are reasonable responses for the concerns raised, all Qtum has to do is post them in the thread.

I agree that the team have been quite silent in regards to some legitimate questions, but there is also a desperate and probably paid for trolling and astroturfing campaign going on here. this thread is so trashed with some really crazy (and irrelevant) accusations.

Hopefully the team will put more effort into addressing the legitimate concerns.
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March 02, 2017, 03:57:51 AM
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Starting to get really funny here, I wonder why half brain Sherlock is ignoring icocountdown scam records and quoting his weak article.

Oh wait he did not get paid to dig'em up  Grin

Well, if it isn't cocksuckeroverflow making his daily rounds. Reads to me like Shit for Brains doesn't have a clue as to whom is quoting whom (or should those be WHOs?). Remember, all any person on this planet has to do is provide definitive proof to theymos that I have received payment JUST ONCE for any posting, and theymos has my permission to ban me for life on this forum.

Meanwhile, half-brain Sherlock has more shit to post:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/gongjames/



Over the past years, the Chinese seem to have displayed great competence in hardware design and manufacturing, evidenced by the fast rise of companies such as avalon and to a greater degree, bitmain, contrasted by the fall of their overseas competitors. But the club of increasingly small number is seeing a newcomer - a previously unknown brand called Yibite.

Last week an invitation email found its way into my email inbox. I was invited by the company to attend their new product launch event in Chengdu, Sichuan tmr. For uninitiated, the province of Sichuan has become a hotbed for bitcoin mining due to abundant hydropower; it is also the place where yours truly chose to locate his moderate SinoHash farm.

I am not sure if I will attend, as I am expecting to receive a new shipment of S9 over the next three days and want to put them online asap. Just post this here thinking that it may interest some of you.

Some key points after a brief review of the email:
The company is publicly listed (at least claim to be - I haven't looked it up), which may give it some legitimacy
The company promise to give 6-month warranty, whilst Bitmain gives you a meager 3 months.
The company claims to have power efficiency of 140W/T, which doesn't seem to be especially impressive.
The company claims that they will release 5,000 units at the launch event.

Anyway, I think this is an interesting development.

Disclaimer: I am not in anyway associated with the company (Yibite) or compensated by it to post this



Ruckily, Red Li of 8btc.com picked up the story: http://news.8btc.com/14nm-miner-by-china-neeq-listed-company-to-escalate-arms-race

Here's Yibites' user account: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=341460

Starting to get really funny here, I wonder why half brain Sherlock is ignoring icocountdown scam records and quoting his weak article.

Oh wait he did not get paid to dig'em up  Grin

I don't know who is paid or not, and actually find that irrelevant.  If there are reasonable responses for the concerns raised, all Qtum has to do is post them in the thread.

I agree that the team have been quite silent in regards to some legitimate questions, but there is also a desperate and probably paid for trolling and astroturfing campaign going on here. this thread is so trashed with some really crazy (and irrelevant) accusations.

Hopefully the team will put more effort into addressing the legitimate concerns.

Let me guess, cocksuckeroverflow, you don't know how to quit me. BTW, the last time Team Qtum addressed a legitimate concern, viz. Patrick Dai et al., they dug themselves a deeper rabbit hole, making room now so that all their friends and associates could rest comfortably numb.
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March 02, 2017, 04:12:46 AM
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Wait one fuckin second, Eric Mu! On Dec. 9, 2016, you never heard of Yibite ...

Over the past years, the Chinese seem to have displayed great competence in hardware design and manufacturing, evidenced by the fast rise of companies such as avalon and to a greater degree, bitmain, contrasted by the fall of their overseas competitors. But the club of increasingly small number is seeing a newcomer - a previously unknown brand called Yibite.

But on July 10, 2014, you wrote this ...

https://www.forbes.com/sites/ericxlmu/2014/07/10/chinese-bitcoin-e-commerce-websites-emerge-without-fanfare/#3ce07d9e45ff

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“When introducing yourself, show that you have the proper background to avoid being shunned as an outsider. Tell people you are a Yibite member, a mining equipment vendor, or a trader; if you are none of these, at least set up a shop on Boluojishi and tell people that you are a Boluojishi vendor.”

Again, thank you James Gong for starting up Yibite, and Red Li of 8btc.com for reporting on it, both dudes now a major part of Qtum.

Followers of the revered cocksuckeroverflow will soon be informed if this post is considered FUD or not, most likely via smoke signals stemming outta his ass from the burning gerbils.
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Kuaidi, a taxi company only rival in size to Uber in all of China, teamed up with blockchain tech, has its CEO, Joe C Lee, enjoying a massive following on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jc2lee



It fuckin amazes me that Joe C Lee is a major backer of Qtum, yet never mentions anything about Qtum to his massive fan base on Twitter. I mean, the dude owns the second largest taxi thingy in all of China, surely some of his astute fares would love to learn his secret to success, e.g. investing in an entity were everybody watches each other's backs.

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March 02, 2017, 05:17:20 AM
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Here's another profile from alumnius.net (the first one I found was of Ibai Basabe): http://alumnius.net/university_of_califo-7951-391


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Citi   June 2014 – Present
Citi   June 2013 – August 2013
Novus Partners   October 2012 – April 2013
PwC   July 2012 – July 2012
Fortman Fund Investment Corp.   July 2011 – August 2011

That's not even the same person...they just both have the same name but they have completely different backgrounds.  The girl whose profile you linked went to NYU Stern while the Amelie Zhao that's supposedly working on Qtum went to a German university.  And their photos don't match at all outside of them both being thin Asian females.
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That's not even the same person...they just both have the same name but they have completely different backgrounds.  The girl whose profile you linked went to NYU Stern while the Amelie Zhao that's supposedly working on Qtum went to a German university.  And their photos don't match at all outside of them both being thin Asian females.

Hey, if we're going by what's scribed on Qtum's website, then a professional poker player is defined as one who spends less than a buck to enter tourneys, and cashes out just under eleven bucks as his biggest win. The next thing you'll be telling me is that the following is not pic of an elephant's ass last seen in Qtum's office:

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March 02, 2017, 05:52:24 AM
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I must say its really sad to see a project so promising in the last few weeks enshrined in controversy few weeks after. Although not part of the campaign, but I saw the aggressiveness in participants coupled with the nice rewards attached to it but seeing all this reports coming from every angle, its really unfortunate. And I hope this project can recover which is going to be very difficult.
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March 02, 2017, 06:06:50 AM
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I must say its really sad to see a project so promising in the last few weeks enshrined in controversy few weeks after. Although not part of the campaign, but I saw the aggressiveness in participants coupled with the nice rewards attached to it but seeing all this reports coming from every angle, its really unfortunate. And I hope this project can recover which is going to be very difficult.

There's a lot of actors who've put in tremendous amount of work into this venture with individually or collectively working as a team in hopes of gaining the projected prize - $10M. Sadly, the English-speaking world could say all they want about this project but it'll all fall on deaf ears cuz it's aimed at mostly their fellow Chinamen.
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March 02, 2017, 06:32:00 AM
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we need to report this to moderator and lock this scam thread

No, wait, there's more!

http://chainb.com/?P=mpost&id=2936

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Zcash is a new type of digital currency ( Cryptocurrency ), the idea is to achieve point-to-point electronic cash system at the same time to achieve 100% privacy protection . Compared with Bitcoin , Zcash integrates a mechanism to automatically hide the sender and address of the sender and receiver in the transfer. Only limited to hold the privilege to view the key.


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Mr. Zhang is a managing partner of a number of asset investment products. Prior to joining the Digital Asset Industry, he has over 14 years of professional experience at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Deloitte . He has a long history of experience and experience in the management and investment banking industry, and has a deep understanding of the operation of the capital, strategic planning and wind control <ain't that a gas!>.



Yi Lihua <or is it Lihua Yi; sometimes Chinese use different names  Roll Eyes>

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Mr. Yi Lihua is a partner in the investment and / or chairman of FoKing . He has set up hundreds of high-level companies , joint participation in the creation of a number of high-growth companies , the field involved in the physical brand, large cloud computing data and new data, the company has a large number of enterprises , Financial and so on.



Brett [F] <real name forthcoming  Grin>

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Brett is an expert on digital assets from Canada, with excellent personal and public communication skills. He is proficient in computer technology, making him a number of digital assets in the operation can be at ease. He has worked for Userful Corporation , PRCN.

Amazing what a two-bit Sherlock-wannabe can dig up via Google, giving more fodder to cocksuckers who get their kicks dissing the messenger, eh?

"Yi Lihua <or is it Lihua Yi; sometimes Chinese use different names"

Hi, Glew, actually they are same people, Yi is family name, Lihua is given name.

Chinese people's tradition is to put family name at first, not like western countries, usually put family name after given name. Therefore, Yi Lihua is the Chinese translation name, Lihua Yi is western translation name. They are same people.
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March 02, 2017, 09:39:25 AM
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Starting to get really funny here, I wonder why half brain Sherlock is ignoring icocountdown scam records and quoting his weak article.

Oh wait he did not get paid to dig'em up  Grin

I don't know who is paid or not, and actually find that irrelevant.  If there are reasonable responses for the concerns raised, all Qtum has to do is post them in the thread.

The silence is deafening.
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March 02, 2017, 09:53:51 AM
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I must say its really sad to see a project so promising in the last few weeks enshrined in controversy few weeks after. Although not part of the campaign, but I saw the aggressiveness in participants coupled with the nice rewards attached to it but seeing all this reports coming from every angle, its really unfortunate. And I hope this project can recover which is going to be very difficult.

I think you should be grateful to those people who from their precious time use it to expose this scam, alot of people would have lost their money including me, I decided not to invest in another ICO because I rate Qtum project better, but it ended up being a scam. The team have no answer to all the obvious questions that has been raised here, they use to be very active on this forum then but when this scam thing came to light they decided to withdraw into their shell
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March 02, 2017, 10:07:13 AM
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I must say its really sad to see a project so promising in the last few weeks enshrined in controversy few weeks after. Although not part of the campaign, but I saw the aggressiveness in participants coupled with the nice rewards attached to it but seeing all this reports coming from every angle, its really unfortunate. And I hope this project can recover which is going to be very difficult.

I think you should be grateful to those people who from their precious time use it to expose this scam, alot of people would have lost their money including me, I decided not to invest in another ICO because I rate Qtum project better, but it ended up being a scam. The team have no answer to all the obvious questions that has been raised here, they use to be very active on this forum then but when this scam thing came to light they decided to withdraw into their shell


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March 02, 2017, 01:38:04 PM
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So let's wait about how many bitcoins They will collect on there ICO. So what is the purpose of articles that posted in Coindesk, Fores etc. Thats all are fake?
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March 02, 2017, 05:33:07 PM
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For many who are ignoring the obvious shadiness, investing in QTUM is like...



LOL  Grin Can't help yourselves, QTUM is so hot!

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March 02, 2017, 07:41:17 PM
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Starting to get really funny here, I wonder why half brain Sherlock is ignoring icocountdown scam records and quoting his weak article.

Oh wait he did not get paid to dig'em up  Grin

I don't know who is paid or not, and actually find that irrelevant.  If there are reasonable responses for the concerns raised, all Qtum has to do is post them in the thread.

I agree that the team have been quite silent in regards to some legitimate questions, but there is also a desperate and probably paid for trolling and astroturfing campaign going on here. this thread is so trashed with some really crazy (and irrelevant) accusations.

Hopefully the team will put more effort into addressing the legitimate concerns.

Maybe the vast majority of them are people who lost $1000's from Stevens ICO scam! People are trying to help you all not loss your money and you call them trolls!? Seriously you can't  argue with stupidity! Good look in your QTUM investment . . .

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March 03, 2017, 12:56:56 AM
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Starting to get really funny here, I wonder why half brain Sherlock is ignoring icocountdown scam records and quoting his weak article.

Oh wait he did not get paid to dig'em up  Grin

I don't know who is paid or not, and actually find that irrelevant.  If there are reasonable responses for the concerns raised, all Qtum has to do is post them in the thread.

The silence is deafening.

The silence is thunderous.

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What are the updates on the ICO? It started on March 1. The Chinese exchanges must be starting to accumulate them as quick as possible and sell them back at double or triple the price. I also noticed that they did not set up a crowdfunding site at qtum.org for those who are interested investors who are outside of China. What happened?

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March 03, 2017, 01:27:39 AM
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Starting to get really funny here, I wonder why half brain Sherlock is ignoring icocountdown scam records and quoting his weak article.

Oh wait he did not get paid to dig'em up  Grin

I don't know who is paid or not, and actually find that irrelevant.  If there are reasonable responses for the concerns raised, all Qtum has to do is post them in the thread.

The silence is deafening.

The silence is thunderous.

I'm awaiting further payment from my handlers prior to posting more. You didn't really think that I did this shit for free, did you? I've been saving all the money I've collected through the years as a professional scam buster for a solid buy-in on an online poker tournament in advancing my professional poker career. Currently, I'm only $0.49 shy of a $0.50 buy-in.

What are the updates on the ICO? It started on March 1. The Chinese exchanges must be starting to accumulate them as quick as possible and sell them back at double or triple the price. I also noticed that they did not set up a crowdfunding site at qtum.org for those who are interested investors who are outside of China. What happened?

I see that you're not a Sherlock, hence supplying you some Blue's Clues. Go to the OP of this thread. Click the user's name. Here's the hard part: scroll to the bottom and click "see last posts". One of his last posts details exactly what you're looking for.
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March 03, 2017, 02:02:17 AM
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For many who are ignoring the obvious shadiness, investing in QTUM is like...



LOL  Grin Can't help yourselves, QTUM is so hot!



There we go. U cant post mia khalifa's photos on an online forum full of wankers without her permission. Wait is it her? I have tried to access 3movs and got a virtual warning from local authorities saying that I broke the law and my computer will be blocked if I dont send money to the governmental wallet. What a bunch of douches lol. Blocked 3movs in my firewall.

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