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Author Topic: [ANN] (QTUM) - A Scalable Smart Contract Platform w/ Proof of Stake  (Read 431976 times)
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March 08, 2017, 02:27:10 AM
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Bruno is a scammer and his words shouldn't be trusted because he's a paid troll.


You're damn right glebby! you are a scammer!



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March 08, 2017, 02:55:15 AM
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You're damn right glebby! you are a scammer!





You are amazingly committed to attacking Gleb's integrity (while ignoring the content of his posts) for somebody who will only "probably" invest in this project.

It's just you and a bunch of crickets supporting qtum at this point.  

Everybody else that has looked through this thread has seen more than enough to raise their suspicions. But you? Nah, not you.
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March 08, 2017, 03:24:44 AM
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You're damn right glebby! you are a scammer!





You are amazingly committed to attacking Gleb's integrity (while ignoring the content of his posts) for somebody who will only "probably" invest in this project.

It's just you and a bunch of crickets supporting qtum at this point. 

Everybody else that has looked through this thread has seen more than enough to raise their suspicions. But you? Nah, not you.

Unfortunately, glebby lost his integrity years ago so don't blame that on me, I'm just trying to inform the readers what kind of person glebby is!

Oh and this project has a lot of supporters, and some very famous ones, but again, you dismiss all of them and trust glebby and his irrelevant BS.

I don't think there is anything suspicious here, apart from the organized attack against the project led by the famous paid troll glebby and his minions  Grin
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March 08, 2017, 03:27:24 AM
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According to Team Qtum, they have over 5,000 subscribers to their various social media sites, all of which have seen links to Qtum's YouTube channel, ...

You forgot to check the Chinese social medias glebby, maybe you should hire a Chinese troll to help you on this  Grin
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March 08, 2017, 03:29:51 AM
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irrelevant BS.


How is information pertaining to this project and its team members irrelevant?

Do you really think anybody believes you are just some random gungho supporter spending every waking moment of your day here defending a project you will only "probably" invest in?

Just because you can't connect the dots doesn't mean others are so blind.
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March 08, 2017, 03:32:34 AM
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Boy, I'm glad I saved the logs from Qtum's Slack, for they're in the process of cleaning house, deleting mega posts and users accounts. No, I'm not talkin' 'bout the ones deleted pertaining to when Steven Dai was first mentioned. Some posts are still up where questions were asked re what happened to said posts in real time at the time, with the same for posts regarding why PwC posts were deleted.



Prior to next date: Angel Backers vet Patrick Dai. He's cool. Backing approved.

January 11, 2017: News breaks all over the world that Qtum received a Million Dollars from Angle investors.

February 21, 2017: News breaks all over the world that Steven Dai and Patrick Dai are the same person.

24 Hours Max Later: Angels Backers looked into accusations, finding nothing. Word is passed to Brett to spread the word. Word!


Oh and this project has a lot of supporters, and some very famous ones, but again, you dismiss all of them and trust glebby and his irrelevant BS.


According to Team Qtum, they have over 5,000 subscribers to their various social media sites, all of which have seen links to Qtum's YouTube channel, ...



... yet ONLY 2,278 total views with 47 subscribers over the past over two months is all Qtum's YouTube channel to date enjoys in spite of all them Chinese supporters + Westerners combined seeing and clicking said links. I guess in cocksuckeroverflow's mind that's considered GOING VIRAL. Hell, with numbers like that, the Angel Backers should be doling out another cool million.

Team Qtum (11 days ago): Hello, 5,000 loyal Chinese fans of Qtum. Check out our new YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nl0HXl6y-NA



Question: Who's bullshitting who?

According to Team Qtum, they have over 5,000 subscribers to their various social media sites, all of which have seen links to Qtum's YouTube channel, ...

You forgot to check the Chinese social medias glebby, maybe you should hire a Chinese troll to help you on this  Grin

I did, shit for brains, hence knowing that the YouTube links were provided, including the one cited above, yet in 11 days them Chinese followers didn't click the links that were offered up in their mother tongue, NOT ENGLISH:
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March 08, 2017, 03:40:24 AM
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yet in 11 days them Chinese followers didn't click the links that were offered up in their mother tongue, NOT ENGLISH:

Youtube is banned in China glebby!
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March 08, 2017, 03:43:07 AM
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irrelevant BS.


How is information pertaining to this project and its team members irrelevant?

Do you really think anybody believes you are just some random gungho supporter spending every waking moment of your day here defending a project you will only "probably" invest in?

Just because you can't connect the dots doesn't mean others are so blind.

Information? all I see is irrelevant BS about the team using aliases, yet they are all present at conferences and meetups. It's not like they are trying hard to hide their identity.

I haven't seen a single relevant post, only a desperate smear campaign!
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March 08, 2017, 03:43:33 AM
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...
- Patrick Dai is accused of being Steven Dai.
- Jordan Earls denied it.
- Brett Fincaryk denied it. Brett never heard of Xuguang Dai.
- Jordan Earls continued to deny it shortly after being in a taxi with Patrick Dai during his problematic English post.
- Jordan and Brett announced a forthcoming Patrick Dai rebuttal.
- Patrick Dai confirms the accusations, going by Steven Dai on a many occasions, with his real name being Xuguang Dai.
- 15 minutes later, Jordan calls all the accusations FUD after Patrick Dai confirmed that he was indeed Steven Dai.
- Brett Fincaryk knew that Patrick Dai went by Steven Dai.
- Now, anybody expressing discontent are referred to as FUDsters, Sherlocks and/or paid trolls.

Meanwhile, Qtum ignores the accusation that they deposited over $490K worth of bitcoins stemming from under Patrick Dai's control into Star Xu's OKCoin prior to Star Zu funding Qtum as an Angel investor, the $490K+ worth of bitcoins being a major part of Qtum's coffer valued over $640K worth of bitcoins just hours prior to registering their non-profit in Singapore.

Further, Qtum wants you to believe that all funds going in and out of its endeavor is fully transparent under the auspices of PwC, the exact same PwC who oversaw Danny Brewster's Neo & Bee's funds, of which one would have to have their eyes covered with cocksuckeroverflow's balls to not see what happened to Neo & Bee's Investards' money.

Bruno (but in Lithuania they call me Turėti)

Full link to the post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1720632.msg18104073#msg18104073

Thanks for the summary!

Now it's very interesting how much BTC will be invested in such shady project.

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March 08, 2017, 03:45:08 AM
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yet in 11 days them Chinese followers didn't click the links that were offered up in their mother tongue, NOT ENGLISH:

Youtube is banned in China glebby!

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YouTube was first blocked in China for several months from October 15, 2007[4] to March 22, 2008.[5]
It was blocked again from March 24, 2009, although a Foreign Ministry spokesperson would neither confirm nor deny whether YouTube had been blocked.[6] Since then, YouTube is not accessible from China.[7] However, YouTube can still be accessed in Hong Kong and Macau.

There you go again! Alluding that all Asians are Chinese. What about Japan and Singapore and South Korea and Australia, all Asian countries?
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March 08, 2017, 03:45:49 AM
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Look, this is what it comes down to stackoverflow. People on this website have been scammed more times than they can remember. We've seen it all. It's been done in every way imaginable, and it continues to be done on the regular. Devs sharing their identities, "big name" endorsements, fancy whitepapers, etc, have all been parts of previous scams. These alone mean ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.

So when a project like this comes around here asking for 10 million USD without escrow, without providing source code, and with a whole lot of extra baggage due to its founder being accused of theft and due to shadiness surrounding the identities of other team members and the random Chinese exchanges the ICO will be held on- you better bet your ass you and the rest of the team need to take responsibility and address the concerns of potential investors. And if you don't you can bet your ass there will be no shortage of people who have been screwed over in the past that are ready and willing to continually call you out for your bullshit.
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March 08, 2017, 03:49:03 AM
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yet in 11 days them Chinese followers didn't click the links that were offered up in their mother tongue, NOT ENGLISH:

Youtube is banned in China glebby!

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YouTube was first blocked in China for several months from October 15, 2007[4] to March 22, 2008.[5]
It was blocked again from March 24, 2009, although a Foreign Ministry spokesperson would neither confirm nor deny whether YouTube had been blocked.[6] Since then, YouTube is not accessible from China.[7] However, YouTube can still be accessed in Hong Kong and Macau.

There you go again! Alluding that all Asians are Chinese. What about Japan and Singapore and South Korea and Australia, all Asian countries?

I only mentioned, why are you talking about Asia?

Seems your last brain cell is dying glebby!
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March 08, 2017, 03:49:34 AM
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yet in 11 days them Chinese followers didn't click the links that were offered up in their mother tongue, NOT ENGLISH:

Youtube is banned in China glebby!

Holy shit, can we frame this one? This guy isn't aware you can access youtube from China using a VPN  Cheesy
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Look, this is what it comes down to stackoverflow. People on this website have been scammed more times than they can remember. We've seen it all. It's been done in every way imaginable, and it continues to be done on the regular. Devs sharing their identities, "big name" endorsements, fancy whitepapers, etc, have all been parts of previous scams. These alone mean ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.

So when a project like this comes around here asking for 10 million USD without escrow, without providing source code, and with a whole lot of extra baggage due to its founder being accused of theft and due to shadiness surrounding the identities of other team members and the random Chinese exchanges the ICO will be held on- you better bet your ass you and the rest of the team need to take responsibility and address the concerns of potential investors. And if you don't you can bet your ass there will be no shortage of people who have been screwed over in the past that are ready and willing to continually call you out for your bullshit.

This project is not the average ICO scam shitcoin.
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Look, this is what it comes down to stackoverflow. People on this website have been scammed more times than they can remember. We've seen it all. It's been done in every way imaginable, and it continues to be done on the regular. Devs sharing their identities, "big name" endorsements, fancy whitepapers, etc, have all been parts of previous scams. These alone mean ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.

So when a project like this comes around here asking for 10 million USD without escrow, without providing source code, and with a whole lot of extra baggage due to its founder being accused of theft and due to shadiness surrounding the identities of other team members and the random Chinese exchanges the ICO will be held on- you better bet your ass you and the rest of the team need to take responsibility and address the concerns of potential investors. And if you don't you can bet your ass there will be no shortage of people who have been screwed over in the past that are ready and willing to continually call you out for your bullshit.

This project is not the average ICO scam shitcoin.

LOL that is the exact same thing ICO scam shitcoins have said in the past. Just because you say something doesn't make it true, honey.

But you are right: it's not the AVERAGE ICO scam shitcoin- it appears to be a much more sophisticated ICO scam shitcoin.
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yet in 11 days them Chinese followers didn't click the links that were offered up in their mother tongue, NOT ENGLISH:

Youtube is banned in China glebby!

Holy shit, can we frame this one? This guy isn't aware you can access youtube from China using a VPN  Cheesy

Chinese use their own social medias, they don't use youtube.
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yet in 11 days them Chinese followers didn't click the links that were offered up in their mother tongue, NOT ENGLISH:

Youtube is banned in China glebby!

Holy shit, can we frame this one? This guy isn't aware you can access youtube from China using a VPN  Cheesy

Chinese use their own social medias, they don't use youtube.

Oh lord, we are reaching new levels of stupidity.
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yet in 11 days them Chinese followers didn't click the links that were offered up in their mother tongue, NOT ENGLISH:

Youtube is banned in China glebby!

Holy shit, can we frame this one? This guy isn't aware you can access youtube from China using a VPN  Cheesy

Chinese use their own social medias, they don't use youtube.

Oh lord, we are reaching new levels of stupidity.

DYOR!
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yet in 11 days them Chinese followers didn't click the links that were offered up in their mother tongue, NOT ENGLISH:

Youtube is banned in China glebby!

Holy shit, can we frame this one? This guy isn't aware you can access youtube from China using a VPN  Cheesy

Chinese use their own social medias, they don't use youtube.

Oh lord, we are reaching new levels of stupidity.

DYOR!

Let me get this straight... you think that the portion of the Chinese population that is involved in crypto doesn't use a VPN to access websites such as youtube? Lol.
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March 08, 2017, 04:00:25 AM
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yet in 11 days them Chinese followers didn't click the links that were offered up in their mother tongue, NOT ENGLISH:

Youtube is banned in China glebby!

Holy shit, can we frame this one? This guy isn't aware you can access youtube from China using a VPN  Cheesy

Chinese use their own social medias, they don't use youtube.

Oh lord, we are reaching new levels of stupidity.

DYOR!

Let me get this straight... you think that the portion of the Chinese population that is involved in crypto doesn't use a VPN to access websites such as youtube? Lol.

What I meant is the Chinese online social life is happening on completely different websites and apps like wechat, youku, qq, weibo ....

Chinese don't care about nor use Youtube.
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