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Author Topic: [ANN] (QTUM) - A Scalable Smart Contract Platform w/ Proof of Stake  (Read 523394 times)
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March 22, 2017, 05:48:54 AM
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Well that is all you have, too, since you have provided no proof of the funds. And it is super easy to provide proof if you do have them so withholding the addresses looks a lot worse than me not being able to prove you don't have said addresses (because that would be near impossible for me to do).

Well I have my Qtum tokens, that's one thing I have and you don't  Grin
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March 22, 2017, 05:53:14 AM
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Well that is all you have, too, since you have provided no proof of the funds. And it is super easy to provide proof if you do have them so withholding the addresses looks a lot worse than me not being able to prove you don't have said addresses (because that would be near impossible for me to do).

Well I have my Qtum tokens, that's one thing I have and you don't  Grin

Oh cool want to bring up other irrelevant things to our current discussion? It is a great way to deflect, I'll admit.
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March 22, 2017, 05:58:50 AM
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Well that is all you have, too, since you have provided no proof of the funds. And it is super easy to provide proof if you do have them so withholding the addresses looks a lot worse than me not being able to prove you don't have said addresses (because that would be near impossible for me to do).

Well I have my Qtum tokens, that's one thing I have and you don't  Grin

Oh cool want to bring up other irrelevant things to our current discussion? It is a great way to deflect, I'll admit.

On a side note, putting all that money in one address/wallet is insane, and exposing it to the public is even worse!

So I would recommend dealing with the funds in a proper way, not just put them in one address just to please a couple of trolls who did not even invest in the first place.

You pretend it's a scam, prove it. Investors trust the project!
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March 22, 2017, 06:07:47 AM
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Well that is all you have, too, since you have provided no proof of the funds. And it is super easy to provide proof if you do have them so withholding the addresses looks a lot worse than me not being able to prove you don't have said addresses (because that would be near impossible for me to do).

Well I have my Qtum tokens, that's one thing I have and you don't  Grin

Oh cool want to bring up other irrelevant things to our current discussion? It is a great way to deflect, I'll admit.

On a side note, putting all that money in one address/wallet is insane, and exposing it to the public is even worse!

So I would recommend dealing with the funds in a proper way, not just put them in one address just to please a couple of trolls who did not even invest in the first place.

You pretend it's a scam, prove it. Investors trust the project!

Holy shit, are you kidding me? Already making excuses for them? So they are never going to release the addresses are they. Well, this is worse than I thought lol.

And yes, I am sure all 9 ICO investors have tons of trust in the project. I'm saying 9 because there's as much proof for 9 as for any other number. Reality is whatever you make it to be in stackoverflow's world, no need for objectivity.
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March 22, 2017, 06:09:50 AM
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https://www.reddit.com/r/ICONOMI/comments/60lg5y/as_investors_of_iconomi_how_do_we_know_what_the/

This is just one example of how a real professional team behaves transparently with their investors.
Literally every ICO does this. It is absolutely standard and you are proving yourself to be an idiot if you claim otherwise.
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March 22, 2017, 06:10:22 AM
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Also Earls already said the funds would be held in a multi-sig address you dumbass.
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March 22, 2017, 06:18:54 AM
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Also Earls already said the funds would be held in a multi-sig address you dumbass.

I like it when you start the name calling, it means you have nothing else  Grin

This project should set new standards in crypto, putting all the coins in one wallet and making it public is certainly not the best way to deal with it security wise. That's my opinion!
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March 22, 2017, 06:21:18 AM
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Also Earls already said the funds would be held in a multi-sig address you dumbass.

I like it when you start the name calling, it means you have nothing else  Grin

This project should set new standards in crypto, putting all the coins in one wallet and making it public is certainly not the best way to deal with it security wise. That's my opinion!


You don't understand crypto do you. "In one wallet" you don't store coins in a wallet. You store them using a private-public key pair. That can be used with any wallet.
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March 22, 2017, 06:24:48 AM
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Also Earls already said the funds would be held in a multi-sig address you dumbass.

I like it when you start the name calling, it means you have nothing else  Grin

This project should set new standards in crypto, putting all the coins in one wallet and making it public is certainly not the best way to deal with it security wise. That's my opinion!


You don't understand crypto do you. "In one wallet" you don't store coins in a wallet. You store them using a private-public key pair. That can be accessed at any wallet.

Now you're funny!  Grin
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March 22, 2017, 06:25:15 AM
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Also Earls already said the funds would be held in a multi-sig address you dumbass.

I like it when you start the name calling, it means you have nothing else  Grin

This project should set new standards in crypto, putting all the coins in one wallet and making it public is certainly not the best way to deal with it security wise. That's my opinion!


You don't understand crypto do you. "In one wallet" you don't store coins in a wallet. You store them using a private-public key pair. That can be accessed at any wallet.

Now you're funny!  Grin

You think I'm wrong? Lol. And you are "interested in qtum because of it's tech" but you don't know that coins aren't stored locally in a wallet but "on" the blockchain and accessed through a (any) wallet using a private key?
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March 22, 2017, 06:26:59 AM
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And so you think qtum is going to be groundbreaking on the basis that they are completely opaque about their ICO funds? When you can safely and securely store the funds at one or across a few publicly known addresses. As an supposed ICO investor wouldn't you like to see what they are doing with those, let alone see that they at least exist?
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March 22, 2017, 06:32:00 AM
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And so you think qtum is going to be groundbreaking on the basis that they are completely opaque about their ICO funds? When you can safely and securely store the funds at one or across a few publicly known addresses. As an supposed ICO investor wouldn't you like to see what they are doing with those, let alone see that they at least exist?

I don't think holding the whole ICO amount in coins is wise in the first place, look at ethereum, they lost 50% of their ICO value by holding bitcoin.

I think some kind of hedging should be done here!
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March 22, 2017, 06:33:11 AM
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And so you think qtum is going to be groundbreaking on the basis that they are completely opaque about their ICO funds? When you can safely and securely store the funds at one or across a few publicly known addresses. As an supposed ICO investor wouldn't you like to see what they are doing with those, let alone see that they at least exist?

I don't think holding the whole ICO amount in coins is wise in the first place, look at ethereum, they lost 50% of their ICO value by holding bitcoin.

I think some kind of hedging should be done here!

Sure I could agree with you on that, but that's irrelevant to my point- my point is they need to be transparent with the funds, whatever it is they decide to do with them. Unless they have something to hide.
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March 22, 2017, 06:55:49 AM
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http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/qtum-token-sale-raises-over-15m-five-days-1612889













http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/qtum-token-sale-raises-over-15m-five-days-1612889

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March 22, 2017, 06:58:09 AM
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Well that is all you have, too, since you have provided no proof of the funds. And it is super easy to provide proof if you do have them so withholding the addresses looks a lot worse than me not being able to prove you don't have said addresses (because that would be near impossible for me to do).

Well I have my Qtum tokens, that's one thing I have and you don't  Grin

Oh cool want to bring up other irrelevant things to our current discussion? It is a great way to deflect, I'll admit.

On a side note, putting all that money in one address/wallet is insane, and exposing it to the public is even worse!

So I would recommend dealing with the funds in a proper way, not just put them in one address just to please a couple of trolls who did not even invest in the first place.

You pretend it's a scam, prove it. Investors trust the project!

This statement just confirm that this project is a scam, ICONOMI, Decent even Antshare put their ICO address in the public domain. I said they are going to buy into their own ICO and that is what happened.

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March 22, 2017, 07:01:17 AM
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Well that is all you have, too, since you have provided no proof of the funds. And it is super easy to provide proof if you do have them so withholding the addresses looks a lot worse than me not being able to prove you don't have said addresses (because that would be near impossible for me to do).

Well I have my Qtum tokens, that's one thing I have and you don't  Grin

Oh cool want to bring up other irrelevant things to our current discussion? It is a great way to deflect, I'll admit.

On a side note, putting all that money in one address/wallet is insane, and exposing it to the public is even worse!

So I would recommend dealing with the funds in a proper way, not just put them in one address just to please a couple of trolls who did not even invest in the first place.

You pretend it's a scam, prove it. Investors trust the project!

This statement just confirm that this project is a scam, ICONOMI, Decent even Antshare put their ICO address in the public domain. I said they are going to buy into their own ICO and that is what happened.

ask all their partners to confirm is better. then we will know it.

is this true?

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/qtum-token-sale-raises-over-15m-five-days-1612889













http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/qtum-token-sale-raises-over-15m-five-days-1612889

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March 22, 2017, 07:06:50 AM
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ICONOMI, WINGS, CHRONOBANK, ANTSHARES, are some some of the big ICO that have collected millions for their project, but what do they give in return a pure investment lose for the token flippers, they can`t do anything but to hold on their failing token. hope it does not happen to qtum as well.
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March 22, 2017, 07:13:49 AM
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Well that is all you have, too, since you have provided no proof of the funds. And it is super easy to provide proof if you do have them so withholding the addresses looks a lot worse than me not being able to prove you don't have said addresses (because that would be near impossible for me to do).

Well I have my Qtum tokens, that's one thing I have and you don't  Grin

Oh cool want to bring up other irrelevant things to our current discussion? It is a great way to deflect, I'll admit.

On a side note, putting all that money in one address/wallet is insane, and exposing it to the public is even worse!

So I would recommend dealing with the funds in a proper way, not just put them in one address just to please a couple of trolls who did not even invest in the first place.

You pretend it's a scam, prove it. Investors trust the project!

This statement just confirm that this project is a scam, ICONOMI, Decent even Antshare put their ICO address in the public domain. I said they are going to buy into their own ICO and that is what happened.

Any proof, or you just had a dream about it?
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March 22, 2017, 07:14:44 AM
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ICONOMI, WINGS, CHRONOBANK, ANTSHARES, are some some of the big ICO that have collected millions for their project, but what do they give in return a pure investment lose for the token flippers, they can`t do anything but to hold on their failing token. hope it does not happen to qtum as well.

This project will deliver  Grin

It's not like any of the above!
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March 22, 2017, 07:15:14 AM
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QTUM make it to 8th highest crowd funded project of all time: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_highest_funded_crowdfunding_projects
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