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February 24, 2017, 07:27:12 PM
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where is the dev?

Im here.

Bob is an extortionist and him and his loser friend Gekko were part of the project, they were kicked off and then they threw a giant shitfit.

They kept threatening everyone for coins. And i just was tired of it and finally explained it. They were threatening to "ruin my reputation" and in reality it only makes them look like total fools.

They are also thieves too and they sent fake bills to the person who hired me. They threatened him and he gave them Bay in response which they dumped and laughed about it.

When I finally got them to leave, i wanted to focus on developement this is the only reason i was late with the wallet. Because the working conditions were absurdly stupid.

It certainly was not my coin but i was hired and didnt know who on earth these guys were before going on the project. I thought i was only going to have to clone Halo and do pegging. I didnt think that they would go to such great lengths to use my name. And it only shows what absolute fools they are.

Just to be clear, was bob part of the team behind bay originally?  who is now overseeing the project? I understand your the dev, but who else is officially behind this project.

His name was already made public, his name is Steven Dai from China. Hes a really good guy in my opinon.


I didnt know who Bob and Gekko were before this. I learned quick that they are just a couple of sleazy extortionists. After they were asked to leave for extorting they acted like a bunch of pussies and started making threats.

If anything this has proven to only be entertaining.

It doesnt stop me from developing either so in effect the only ones they are incriminating is themselves.

Although they do seem to like abusing fake accounts.

Even David Zimbeck Say patrick/Steven Dai is a Good Guy.. what you guys are arguing?


Also in China.. everyone know Patrick is not a Scammer.. on the contrary.. he is smart and nice.

what your guys are accusing ?  you are accusing satoshi never told you his real name?  Roll Eyes

please attack Qtum's design rather than individual aggression.


This is prett funny. Yeah I read Zinbeck has said Mr. Dia is a good person. Interesting where this all came from.
....and then he went MIA with dev/ICO/Bitbay funds.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=890531.msg17962282#msg17962282
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February 24, 2017, 07:52:36 PM
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well this can get real interesting i will be keeping an eye on it.
has anyone confirmed that roger ver is indeed an investor?

Its confirmed in a bitcoin.com article
https://news.bitcoin.com/smart-contracts-bitcoin-security-interview-qtums-patrick-dai/

Let me post it again:

I was on their slack and I think they are preparing a statement.

Having lost with Bitbay this comes close.
Although the conditions of this project are not good (49% for the team) the innovation can be something good. However which such a man who scammed so many users for 200 BTC this project can't take place.

Either he is kicked out (which is odd, him being the co founder) or the project is stopped or...
The project will be harrased by a lot of unhappy investors.

Not to mention unhappy investors: https://news.bitcoin.com/smart-contracts-bitcoin-security-interview-qtums-patrick-dai/



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Qtum received backing from Roger Ver, the first investor in blockchain startups. Roger is a visionary, he saw the potential of Bitcoin before almost everyone, and he bet big on it. This gives us a lot of validation for our project. We believe our contributions will benefit the blockchain community as a whole and illustrate that innovation is the key to growing.
https://qtum.org/team/

Roger Ver is there.

and Xu Star is there.


And Roger Ver is currently suing Xu Star, lolz.

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February 25, 2017, 12:52:03 AM
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Hello Devs..

I saw the Korean translation and it was just google translation.
Check this out for your reference.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1728811.new#new
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February 25, 2017, 01:19:04 AM
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Hello Devs..

I saw the Korean translation and it was just google translation.
Check this out for your reference.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1728811.new#new

Further proof: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=905623
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February 25, 2017, 02:07:49 AM
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well this can get real interesting i will be keeping an eye on it.
has anyone confirmed that roger ver is indeed an investor?

Its confirmed in a bitcoin.com article
https://news.bitcoin.com/smart-contracts-bitcoin-security-interview-qtums-patrick-dai/

Let me post it again:

I was on their slack and I think they are preparing a statement.

Having lost with Bitbay this comes close.
Although the conditions of this project are not good (49% for the team) the innovation can be something good. However which such a man who scammed so many users for 200 BTC this project can't take place.

Either he is kicked out (which is odd, him being the co founder) or the project is stopped or...
The project will be harrased by a lot of unhappy investors.

Not to mention unhappy investors: https://news.bitcoin.com/smart-contracts-bitcoin-security-interview-qtums-patrick-dai/



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Qtum received backing from Roger Ver, the first investor in blockchain startups. Roger is a visionary, he saw the potential of Bitcoin before almost everyone, and he bet big on it. This gives us a lot of validation for our project. We believe our contributions will benefit the blockchain community as a whole and illustrate that innovation is the key to growing.
https://qtum.org/team/

Roger Ver is there.

and Xu Star is there.


And Roger Ver is currently suing Xu Star, lolz.

This is interesting, they are not clean asses, they have plenty of bitcoins, but don't keep low profile, I like Li Xiaolai, he is a really wise bitcoiner.
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February 25, 2017, 02:40:50 AM
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blog.cryptsy.com now redirects to http://www.cryptsysettlement.com/

Here's the archive: http://web.archive.org/web/20160811103418/http://blog.cryptsy.com/

Too bad the receiver can't his hands on the now $13.3M+ worth of bitcoins: https://blockchain.info/tx/c7b46a79fd8887038bd3a8e884b04820038415a60e0b9d2c2f5bcff68a2687bf
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February 25, 2017, 03:49:19 AM
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this is just fudder attack or scam detected?
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February 25, 2017, 04:02:57 AM
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this is just fudder attack or scam detected?

To be fair, folks are just getting at the truth. Personally, I'm being kind, else Full Gleb would be in play. Can't speak for others posting about Mr. Dai et al. I didn't like posting about RV's involvement, even requested some other via PM to post, but during the interim the time came for me to act.

Hope that helps in your assessment, bud.

Oh, and Team Qtum has been cool about not deleting posts in this self-moderated thread (as far as I know).
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Ico specific time out?
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From the OP: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1720632.0



https://www.f6s.com/patrickdai



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www.tilepay.org/ Tilepay is a IOT platform based on bitcoin blockchain technology,people can buy and sell data directly all over the world. It’s a Data Alibaba. in alibaba, we buy and sell goods, for in tilepay,we buy and sell IOT data all over the world!

shellcoin.cn/ Shellcoin&shellpay is a blockchain based online payments solution,it’s based on bitcoin idea,but the speed is more fast. We support game company to use shellcoin in their games and also people can use shellcoin in real life in Shanghai. People can use shellcoin to buy coffee or buy foods in real life..we are explorer more possibility on how to use shellcoin both online and offline. Also based one shellcoin blockchain..we also offer a open platform named shellparty: on shellparty platform: EVERY ONE CAN RELEASE HIS OWN CURRENCY!this will change the world!

https://www.itjuzi.com/person/29071



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Shuai Shu, BitSE co-founder, CTO. Graduated from the China University of Science and Technology and the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Dr. during the zone chain technology development, participation in many domestic and foreign block chain project.

https://www.okcoin.cn/t-1013401.html

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Combined with BitSE in the block chain industry experience, Shuai early that the block chain technology on the financial industry's main impact is mainly based on two dimensions: First, the block chain technology

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结合BitSE在区块链行业的经验,帅初认为区块链技术对金融业的主要影响主要建立在两个维度上: 一、区块链技术使得数字资产的发行,清算,结算成本大大降低,但是面临着数字资产信托和法律法规的问题。

http://chainb.com/?P=mpost&id=2214

Shuai Shu: QTUM: build a bridge between the real world and the block chain



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Reporter: Cathy

The speaker is the founder of Qtum.

good morning everyone! First of all I would like to say, welcome to the Shanghai block chain center, I am very happy, here to show you our quantum chain project. I was CTO, I worked before in Alibaba, and then I was a Ph.D. in computer science.

LISTEN -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NrGseM-FEOI&feature=youtu.be&t=06



http://dictionary.hantrainerpro.com/chinese-english/translation-shuai_smart.htm

Shuai = smart, commander in chief, handsome, good-looking, attractive



http://chainb.com/?P=Cont&id=3252



http://www.evervc.com/elite/meetings/974



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February 25, 2017, 06:11:56 AM
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From the OP: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1720632.0



https://www.f6s.com/patrickdai



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www.tilepay.org/ Tilepay is a IOT platform based on bitcoin blockchain technology,people can buy and sell data directly all over the world. It’s a Data Alibaba. in alibaba, we buy and sell goods, for in tilepay,we buy and sell IOT data all over the world!

shellcoin.cn/ Shellcoin&shellpay is a blockchain based online payments solution,it’s based on bitcoin idea,but the speed is more fast. We support game company to use shellcoin in their games and also people can use shellcoin in real life in Shanghai. People can use shellcoin to buy coffee or buy foods in real life..we are explorer more possibility on how to use shellcoin both online and offline. Also based one shellcoin blockchain..we also offer a open platform named shellparty: on shellparty platform: EVERY ONE CAN RELEASE HIS OWN CURRENCY!this will change the world!

https://www.itjuzi.com/person/29071



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Shuai Shu, BitSE co-founder, CTO. Graduated from the China University of Science and Technology and the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Dr. during the zone chain technology development, participation in many domestic and foreign block chain project.

https://www.okcoin.cn/t-1013401.html

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Combined with BitSE in the block chain industry experience, Shuai early that the block chain technology on the financial industry's main impact is mainly based on two dimensions: First, the block chain technology

Quote
结合BitSE在区块链行业的经验,帅初认为区块链技术对金融业的主要影响主要建立在两个维度上: 一、区块链技术使得数字资产的发行,清算,结算成本大大降低,但是面临着数字资产信托和法律法规的问题。

http://chainb.com/?P=mpost&id=2214

Shuai Shu: QTUM: build a bridge between the real world and the block chain



Quote
Reporter: Cathy

The speaker is the founder of Qtum.

good morning everyone! First of all I would like to say, welcome to the Shanghai block chain center, I am very happy, here to show you our quantum chain project. I was CTO, I worked before in Alibaba, and then I was a Ph.D. in computer science.

LISTEN -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NrGseM-FEOI&feature=youtu.be&t=06



http://dictionary.hantrainerpro.com/chinese-english/translation-shuai_smart.htm

Shuai = smart, commander in chief, handsome, good-looking, attractive



http://chainb.com/?P=Cont&id=3252



http://www.evervc.com/elite/meetings/974





Yes, Shuai Early is Patrick Dai, Steven Dai. And Tilepay's co-founder, people said he made fake promises at tilepay project, therefor he had several projects before. THB, he should be no face to create more projects.
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February 25, 2017, 06:19:20 AM
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Personal statement from Patrick Dai:





"Dear Qtum community,

Lately some concerns have been raised regarding my past involvement with the BitBay project.

Firstly, I’d like to confirm that I was indeed involved in the project, going under the name of Steven Dai. I, Xuguang Dai by birth, have been using the western nicknames Patrick and Steven interchangingly in order to engage smoothly with western partners. This is a commonplace practice in Asia, and in fact, I still use Steven from time to time.

As it is clear by now, the BitBay project was indeed highly problematic, with many goodwilling investors and entrepreneurs, including myself, losing some money and time invested in the project due to malevolent activity of some individuals.

My involvement in the project began in 2014, with the intent to support the development of decentralized commerce and the blockchain space in general. However, I soon found out the hard way that not all involved in BitBay’s operations shared these goals.

With questionable ends and actions surfacing, I decided to leave the project in 2015, after doing my best to support the remaining developers and handing them all BitBay related holdings under my control. These assets included about 70 BTC, which were transferred to BitBay’s developers before my departure from the project.

I want to assure you that I regard integrity and rightful conduct as my main priorities in all my business activities, past, present and future. I am confident that my performance in cooperation with the rest of the Qtum team will assert itself very soon.

Sincerely,

Patrick Dai"






Thank you for your patience.


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February 25, 2017, 06:20:22 AM
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Yes, Shuai Early is Patrick Dai, Steven Dai. And Tilepay's co-founder, people said he made fake promises at tilepay project, therefor he had several projects before. THB, he should be no face to create more projects.

Add Shu Qiu to the list:

http://www.wanbizu.com/xinbi/Qtum/201701048620.html

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Personal statement from Patrick Dai:





"Dear Qtum community,

Lately some concerns have been raised regarding my past involvement with the BitBay project.

Firstly, I’d like to confirm that I was indeed involved in the project, going under the name of Steven Dai. I, Xuguang Dai by birth, have been using the western nicknames Patrick and Steven interchangingly in order to engage smoothly with western partners. This is a commonplace practice in Asia, and in fact, I still use Steven from time to time.

As it is clear by now, the BitBay project was indeed highly problematic, with many goodwilling investors and entrepreneurs, including myself, losing some money and time invested in the project due to malevolent activity of some individuals.

My involvement in the project began in 2014, with the intent to support the development of decentralized commerce and the blockchain space in general. However, I soon found out the hard way that not all involved in BitBay’s operations shared these goals.

With questionable ends and actions surfacing, I decided to leave the project in 2015, after doing my best to support the remaining developers and handing them all BitBay related holdings under my control. These assets included about 70 BTC, which were transferred to BitBay’s developers before my departure from the project.

I want to assure you that I regard integrity and rightful conduct as my main priorities in all my business activities, past, present and future. I am confident that my performance in cooperation with the rest of the Qtum team will assert itself very soon.

Sincerely,

Patrick Dai"






Thank you for your patience.



Did you forget to mention the names Shu Qiu and Shuai Shu (Shuai early)?
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Personal statement from Patrick Dai:





"Dear Qtum community,

Lately some concerns have been raised regarding my past involvement with the BitBay project.

Firstly, I’d like to confirm that I was indeed involved in the project, going under the name of Steven Dai. I, Xuguang Dai by birth, have been using the western nicknames Patrick and Steven interchangingly in order to engage smoothly with western partners. This is a commonplace practice in Asia, and in fact, I still use Steven from time to time.

As it is clear by now, the BitBay project was indeed highly problematic, with many goodwilling investors and entrepreneurs, including myself, losing some money and time invested in the project due to malevolent activity of some individuals.

My involvement in the project began in 2014, with the intent to support the development of decentralized commerce and the blockchain space in general. However, I soon found out the hard way that not all involved in BitBay’s operations shared these goals.

With questionable ends and actions surfacing, I decided to leave the project in 2015, after doing my best to support the remaining developers and handing them all BitBay related holdings under my control. These assets included about 70 BTC, which were transferred to BitBay’s developers before my departure from the project.

I want to assure you that I regard integrity and rightful conduct as my main priorities in all my business activities, past, present and future. I am confident that my performance in cooperation with the rest of the Qtum team will assert itself very soon.

Sincerely,

Patrick Dai"






Thank you for your patience.



Thank you Patrick for the response Mr. Dia. Qtum still looks like the top project of 2017 to me. I expect every potential major project to have a team with past involvement in the industry. Most projects have not turned out the way we would have hoped.
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February 25, 2017, 06:26:56 AM
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Personal statement from Patrick Dai:





"Dear Qtum community,

Lately some concerns have been raised regarding my past involvement with the BitBay project.

Firstly, I’d like to confirm that I was indeed involved in the project, going under the name of Steven Dai. I, Xuguang Dai by birth, have been using the western nicknames Patrick and Steven interchangingly in order to engage smoothly with western partners. This is a commonplace practice in Asia, and in fact, I still use Steven from time to time.

As it is clear by now, the BitBay project was indeed highly problematic, with many goodwilling investors and entrepreneurs, including myself, losing some money and time invested in the project due to malevolent activity of some individuals.

My involvement in the project began in 2014, with the intent to support the development of decentralized commerce and the blockchain space in general. However, I soon found out the hard way that not all involved in BitBay’s operations shared these goals.

With questionable ends and actions surfacing, I decided to leave the project in 2015, after doing my best to support the remaining developers and handing them all BitBay related holdings under my control. These assets included about 70 BTC, which were transferred to BitBay’s developers before my departure from the project.

I want to assure you that I regard integrity and rightful conduct as my main priorities in all my business activities, past, present and future. I am confident that my performance in cooperation with the rest of the Qtum team will assert itself very soon.

Sincerely,

Patrick Dai"






Thank you for your patience.



Did you forget to mention the names Shu Qiu and Shuai Shu (Shuai early)?

Patrick's on Slack right now

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February 25, 2017, 06:35:33 AM
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Thank you Patrick for the response Mr. Dia. Qtum still looks like the top project of 2017 to me. I expect every potential major project to have a team with past involvement in the industry. Most projects have not turned out the way we would have hoped.

Yes probably, but people need to know this information https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1720632.msg17970464#msg17970464
I can not think why he uses many names 1 or 2 that is normal more than 2 I wonder, if he's trying to cover up something? I do not know only he knows.

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Personal statement from Patrick Dai:





"Dear Qtum community,

Lately some concerns have been raised regarding my past involvement with the BitBay project.

Firstly, I’d like to confirm that I was indeed involved in the project, going under the name of Steven Dai. I, Xuguang Dai by birth, have been using the western nicknames Patrick and Steven interchangingly in order to engage smoothly with western partners. This is a commonplace practice in Asia, and in fact, I still use Steven from time to time.

As it is clear by now, the BitBay project was indeed highly problematic, with many goodwilling investors and entrepreneurs, including myself, losing some money and time invested in the project due to malevolent activity of some individuals.

My involvement in the project began in 2014, with the intent to support the development of decentralized commerce and the blockchain space in general. However, I soon found out the hard way that not all involved in BitBay’s operations shared these goals.

With questionable ends and actions surfacing, I decided to leave the project in 2015, after doing my best to support the remaining developers and handing them all BitBay related holdings under my control. These assets included about 70 BTC, which were transferred to BitBay’s developers before my departure from the project.

I want to assure you that I regard integrity and rightful conduct as my main priorities in all my business activities, past, present and future. I am confident that my performance in cooperation with the rest of the Qtum team will assert itself very soon.

Sincerely,

Patrick Dai"






Thank you for your patience.



Did you forget to mention the names Shu Qiu and Shuai Shu (Shuai early)?

Patrick's on Slack right now

Excellent! https://qtumslack.herokuapp.com/



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February 25, 2017, 06:38:24 AM
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How about Tilepay's accusation? It is said that Mr.Dai lied to them because he made promises on roadmap, and he completed nothing and left the project. Also BitBay claimed that Mr.Dai stole 200 BTC, not 70 BTC, so what is wrong?
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Personal statement from Patrick Dai:





"Dear Qtum community,

Lately some concerns have been raised regarding my past involvement with the BitBay project.

Firstly, I’d like to confirm that I was indeed involved in the project, going under the name of Steven Dai. I, Xuguang Dai by birth, have been using the western nicknames Patrick and Steven interchangingly in order to engage smoothly with western partners. This is a commonplace practice in Asia, and in fact, I still use Steven from time to time.

As it is clear by now, the BitBay project was indeed highly problematic, with many goodwilling investors and entrepreneurs, including myself, losing some money and time invested in the project due to malevolent activity of some individuals.

My involvement in the project began in 2014, with the intent to support the development of decentralized commerce and the blockchain space in general. However, I soon found out the hard way that not all involved in BitBay’s operations shared these goals.

With questionable ends and actions surfacing, I decided to leave the project in 2015, after doing my best to support the remaining developers and handing them all BitBay related holdings under my control. These assets included about 70 BTC, which were transferred to BitBay’s developers before my departure from the project.

I want to assure you that I regard integrity and rightful conduct as my main priorities in all my business activities, past, present and future. I am confident that my performance in cooperation with the rest of the Qtum team will assert itself very soon.

Sincerely,

Patrick Dai"






Thank you for your patience.



Did you forget to mention the names Shu Qiu and Shuai Shu (Shuai early)?

Patrick's on Slack right now

Excellent! https://qtumslack.herokuapp.com/



Would two tins cans attach to a string suffice?

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