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March 17, 2017, 06:35:25 AM
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Fuck you scam sure, I deposit my money on allcoin.com now cannot buy your scam tokens

They require setup transaction password, but noone outside China cannot, also cannot withdrawal money without that password, scam scam scam, support not answer me i registered on slack

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March 17, 2017, 06:41:12 AM
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Fuck you scam sure, I deposit my money on allcoin.com now cannot buy your scam tokens

They require setup transaction password, but noone outside China cannot, also cannot withdrawal money without that password, scam scam scam, support not answer me i registered on slack

why you buy this scam ?
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March 17, 2017, 06:43:05 AM
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Where I can see fund raising addresses?
  I don't believe that charges are real.
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March 17, 2017, 06:46:44 AM
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Yunbi already sold out!

Yunbi looks like it is under attack, the site is down, but they are sold out of Qtum tokens.


Fuck you scam sure, I deposit my money on allcoin.com now cannot buy your scam tokens

They require setup transaction password, but noone outside China cannot, also cannot withdrawal money without that password, scam scam scam, support not answer me i registered on slack

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March 17, 2017, 07:03:58 AM
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Interesting... 38 mil tokens already sold. That is 75.47% from the total of 51mil. All in less than 24h. Looks like one of the biggest and fastest ICOs.

Is it possible to see how many people have participated so far? I guess a big portion of the money comes from big investors.

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March 17, 2017, 07:07:04 AM
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Interesting... 38 mil tokens already sold. That is 75.47% from the total of 51mil. All in less than 24h. Looks like one of the biggest and fastest ICOs.

Is it possible to see how many people have participated so far? I guess a big portion of the money comes from big investors.

looks like even there's a lots of accusation there's still big support coming from big investors here, its quite interesting how many big names are involved with this ico, maybe it will be profitable for small investors who also wanted to have some share, will be watching for more information coming from this ongoing ico.

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March 17, 2017, 07:53:27 AM
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Why dont they post the BTC and ETH address of at least anyone of the exchanges where the crowdfunding was done?


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March 17, 2017, 07:59:49 AM
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Wow amazing $10m raised in just 90 minutes so it looking this will be finished in next few hours as like people are investing into this project.

Just so you know when Patrick did Bitbay he bought almost 50% of it and gave himself a refund with free coins. So in this case the majority of this was bought by him and the others Patrick works with. If he holds close to 100% then he will try to dump them for the highest price. The chat log of Patrick/Steven Dai doing this is all over Bitcointalk. However I have tons more chat logs from Bay of him doing that to us. I've had to endure him dumping his Bay while I developed for 2 years. Don't ever trust this soulless theif. So no Qtum didn't raise 10 million in a few minutes. Investors beware.
Even if what you say is true, having been to China and seeing the stuff people will invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in, I honestly think there was more than enough demand to have sold this out in only a couple hours.  I know people there who've spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on rock collections and jade and other similar nonsense just because there aren't sufficient investment options in China.  And since all the other developers know about this guy's history I'm sure they're watching him more closely than they otherwise would, so presumably he wouldn't be able to pull anything like that unless he has everyone colluding on it-given the supposed investors involved I would seriously doubt that he could pull this off unless he wants to end up in a Chinese gulag.  It's one thing to rip off random people on the internet, but if you rip off a founder of Kuaidi you'll end up in a bad place real quick.

Anyways, the ICO is over anyways so it is what it is.  At this point let's just see if Qtum actually develops into something interesting or if I just wasted a few thousand bucks.

Well when he screwed us at BitBay he was in on it with Lin from BTER who used phantom BTC to fund it and Bobsurplus and Gekko. And what I'm saying is true, its all over Bitcointalk it was famous. I dealt with him first hand and he said he would stay and he didn't and kept the funds he got. Luckily he is out of BitBay now but watch your ass.

And any project that sells all that in 90 minutes is paying themselves. I've seen this with my own eyes man on the project that I have now taken over.

Do you seriously think rich people don't work together to steal from people?? There is no oversight the devs have into Patrick, at best they will have a multisig assuming the exchanges don't refund Patrick first.

How do you think they got rich in the first place?

By lying.

And just so you know, as long as Dais partners are secretive about their refunds it can go 10+ years unnoticed. Look at Enron... that company didn't even exist and was making billions for untold amounts of years. And how long did Bernie Madoff make money off people?? Maybe you haven't been paying attention. But I'm not going to fight any investors here, I've already said I will stay out of it. You have all been clearly told what goes on. If you want to gamble nobody is stopping you. Dai can shit gold bricks but that won't change what he is.

This is what I've been giving my life to fight. To prevent deception using double deposit escrow. Sadly the only way to stop guys like Dai is with a barbed club.

that's how I imagine almost every ethereum ICO sells out "within minutes". but yeah, you can't stop dumb, let them burn

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March 17, 2017, 08:56:45 AM
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Press Update:



Avi Mizrahi at FinanceMagnates.com discusses the Qtum Crowdsale selling over 12 million USD in less than 24 hours



http://www.financemagnates.com/cryptocurrency/news/qtum-crowdsale-raises-75-goal-12m-less-24-hours/







Qtum Crowdsale Raises 75% of Goal, Over $12m in Less than 24 Hours
Qtum already received more than 8,000 BTC and 60,000 ETH to develop a blockchain bringing Bitcoin and Ethereum closer.
Avi Mizrahi | News (CryptoCurrency) | Friday, 17/03/2017|10:18 GMT




It seems there are plenty of crypto-investors in China eager for a new smart contracts solution. Less than one day in and the QTUM token crowdsale already raised more than $12 million worth of cryptocurrencies (over 8,000 BTC and 60,000 ETH) – reaching 75% of its final goal.

Qtum allows smart contract usage without having to install heavy, specialized software. With this, smart contracts can be used with light wallet apps in low data storage environments, such as mobile phones, tablets and Internet-of-Things (IoT) appliances. This is done by stacking the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) on top of Bitcoin’s unspent transaction output (UTXO) architecture.

QTUM are the cryptographic software tokens used to engage with distributed applications and smart contracts on the Qtum platform, and will serve as the staking currency of the Qtum blockchain, as well as fuel for computational operations performed by the Qtum network.

The crowdsale is taking place at these mostly Chinese cryptocurrency exchanges and crowdfunding portals: Bizhongchou, Yunbi, ICOAGE, Allcoin, ICO365, and BTC9.

Ahead of the public crowdsale, Qtum has raised $1 million from investors including Chen Weixing (Kuaidi), Star Xu (OkCoin), Anthony Di Iorio (Ethereum, Jaxx Blockchain Interface), Jeremy Gardner (Augur), Fenbushi Capital’s Managing Partner Bo Shen, and angel investor Xiaolai Li.







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March 17, 2017, 09:27:53 AM
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Fuck you scam sure, I deposit my money on allcoin.com now cannot buy your scam tokens

They require setup transaction password, but noone outside China cannot, also cannot withdrawal money without that password, scam scam scam, support not answer me i registered on slack

why you buy this scam ?

For your issue , it is the primary authentication that you need to enter , then you can set the transaction password , please email us your account phone number to    service@allcoin.com , We will help you resolve your issue . Thanks .
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March 17, 2017, 09:33:21 AM
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yunbi sold out, btc9 sold out , now still can buy from bizhongchou  or ico365 or allcoin.
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March 17, 2017, 09:38:40 AM
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My personal view on this: When I've first read about it, early this year, I planned to invest. I wanted to do deeper research, before but I already was 90% sure I would buy into the ICO. Once I wanted to start to dig deeper the "Dai-controversy" came out and I already believed it's better to stay back. But one part of me still thought that it's possible that a project of a guy who did some shady things in the pats is not necessarily bad or even scam.

But $10 million in 90 minutes and $12 million in less than a day? Really? That would be concerning even if everything else would be fine. The probability of self-buying plus the fact how much they will hold anyway, plus a PoS-system, plus the Bitbay-past with a similar pattern --> no way that I'll ever buy into this. Not now and not on any exchange later.

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Fuck you scam sure, I deposit my money on allcoin.com now cannot buy your scam tokens

They require setup transaction password, but noone outside China cannot, also cannot withdrawal money without that password, scam scam scam, support not answer me i registered on slack

why you buy this scam ?

For your issue , it is the primary authentication that you need to enter , then you can set the transaction password , please email us your account phone number to    service@allcoin.com , We will help you resolve your issue . Thanks .

isn't it great to know their team members are so competent that they cant even quote on a forum properly? Cheesy
meh, this will be just like antshares, they prob had a deal to FOMO eachother. they get money, investors fight in the markets. weeks of dead updates
I never touched this im tired of being the chinese's cash cows, so ill stay out of this as well, good luck guys :/

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March 17, 2017, 09:49:32 AM
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the ico risk include scam risk, even it is a scam, i will follow the whale, they will make the scam to be a gold scam.
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March 17, 2017, 09:56:52 AM
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yunbi sold out, btc9 sold out , now still can buy from bizhongchou  or ico365 or allcoin.

ICO365 offering some kind of incentives to buy these tokens from so I think they are looking good option to buy some tokens. This is biggest and fastest ICO.
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March 17, 2017, 10:04:23 AM
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iam not beliveable qtum ico selling without promote
and before ico selling is bad trust about issue, but performance in ico selling is fantastic, only 90 minute can selling 10 million dollar
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March 17, 2017, 10:25:19 AM
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Qtum tokens sold out on all platforms?
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March 17, 2017, 10:29:59 AM
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My personal view on this: When I've first read about it, early this year, I planned to invest. I wanted to do deeper research, before but I already was 90% sure I would buy into the ICO. Once I wanted to start to dig deeper the "Dai-controversy" came out and I already believed it's better to stay back. But one part of me still thought that it's possible that a project of a guy who did some shady things in the pats is not necessarily bad or even scam.

But $10 million in 90 minutes and $12 million in less than a day? Really? That would be concerning even if everything else would be fine. The probability of self-buying plus the fact how much they will hold anyway, plus a PoS-system, plus the Bitbay-past with a similar pattern --> no way that I'll ever buy into this. Not now and not on any exchange later.

I think the probability of self-buying here is high. Unless a large number of investors still participate in this questionable project owed to its unresolved issues. With such reputation even in a negative way will create so much publicity that small/big investors will just ride the bandwagon. But in the end, we will see if they are really cheaters as well as big time scammers.

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728 participants in Yunbi alone, and trolls still claim it's self buys  Grin
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March 17, 2017, 10:42:16 AM
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Press Update:

Another article from FinanceMagnates, discussing Bloqlabs being an 'idea factory' along with a notable mention about the Qtum project.


http://www.financemagnates.com/cryptocurrency/innovation/bloq-wants-idea-factory-blockchain-ara/








Avi Mizrahi | Innovation (CryptoCurrency) | Friday, 17/03/2017|12:00 GMT


Bloq Wants to be ‘The Idea Factory’ for the Blockchain Ara
Bloq expands its backing for open source projects in bitcoin and blockchain including Drivechains, Qtum, VeriBlock and more.




Enterprise-grade blockchain solutions provider Bloq has launched an initiative to further sponsor what it sees as critical open-source projects in the bitcoin and blockchain ecosystems, BloqLabs.
Jeff Garzik, CEO & co-founder, Bloq

“In the 1900s, Bell Labs become known as the ‘The Idea Factory’ for global telecommunications,” explained Jeff Garzik, CEO and Co-founder of Bloq. “BloqLabs can set the tone for the blockchain era and ensure enterprises are tapping into every innovation from our vibrant community of developers.”

BloqLabs launches with several projects and platforms supported by Bloq. These include: Drivechains, Qtum, VeriBlock, bitcoinj and the Android Bitcoin Wallet.

Andreas Schildbach, a developer at Bloq known for creating the first bitcoin wallet for Android, maintains the bitcoinj repository primarily used in bitcoin wallets and transaction services globally. “Open source is at the core of Bloq’s DNA, as both a patron and developer,” commented Schildbach. “I’m grateful for Bloq sponsoring work in open source blockchain software.”
Patrick Dai, founder of Qtum

“Businesses have been exploring blockchain technology for years now, but without widespread adoption. BloqLabs aligns with Qtum’s goal to bridge the gap between the business and technical worlds with open-source solutions that meet the commercial needs for privacy, security, and most importantly, usability,” said Patrick Dai, co-founder of the Qtum Project.

Paul Sztorc is an economist at Bloq and chief architect behind Drivechains, a technology that allows a blockchain system to temporarily mimic the properties of another, ensuring interoperability. “The record is clear: open source is the way to go – it’s better, faster, and more secure,” said Sztorc. “I’m thrilled to have Bloq sponsor the project, few companies are this generous.”









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