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March 31, 2017, 01:17:55 PM
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Let me ask you guys something.

I was rewarded by allcoin in BTC for what I invested based on their deal.

Do you think they'd just be rewarding people in BTC if it was a scam?

I don't get it.
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March 31, 2017, 04:12:17 PM
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Let me ask you guys something.

I was rewarded by allcoin in BTC for what I invested based on their deal.

Do you think they'd just be rewarding people in BTC if it was a scam?

I don't get it.


I concede! I just realized that the new Allcoin made up of the same dudes as the old Allcoin honestly participated in Qtum's ICO via accepting BTC as payment in return for Qtum tokens. Further, ada84 has liquidated his Qtum tokens on Allcoin and was paid BTC. I am so fuckin (apologies to peepeeoverflow) stupid!

To recap, because of ada84's proof, Qtum IS NOT A SCAM.
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March 31, 2017, 04:48:45 PM
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nice qtum ico big best  Huh Cool
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March 31, 2017, 04:58:02 PM
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Let me ask you guys something.

I was rewarded by allcoin in BTC for what I invested based on their deal.

Do you think they'd just be rewarding people in BTC if it was a scam?

I don't get it.


I concede! I just realized that the new Allcoin made up of the same dudes as the old Allcoin honestly participated in Qtum's ICO via accepting BTC as payment in return for Qtum tokens. Further, ada84 has liquidated his Qtum tokens on Allcoin and was paid BTC. I am so fuckin (apologies to peepeeoverflow) stupid!

To recap, because of ada84's proof, Qtum IS NOT A SCAM.

We still have our QTUM tokens, however we were also paid out in BTC as a bonus as part of the deal they had going.

Not sure they'd be paying anybody out anything at all if it were a legitimate scam.

Food for thought.
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April 01, 2017, 12:00:11 AM
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Let me ask you guys something.

I was rewarded by allcoin in BTC for what I invested based on their deal.

Do you think they'd just be rewarding people in BTC if it was a scam?

I don't get it.


I concede! I just realized that the new Allcoin made up of the same dudes as the old Allcoin honestly participated in Qtum's ICO via accepting BTC as payment in return for Qtum tokens. Further, ada84 has liquidated his Qtum tokens on Allcoin and was paid BTC. I am so fuckin (apologies to peepeeoverflow) stupid!

To recap, because of ada84's proof, Qtum IS NOT A SCAM.

We still have our QTUM tokens, however we were also paid out in BTC as a bonus as part of the deal they had going.

Not sure they'd be paying anybody out anything at all if it were a legitimate scam.

Food for thought.

That's exactly a page out of the biggest ponzi schemes in the world. Now spread the word that you got paid.
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April 01, 2017, 12:03:08 AM
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Let me ask you guys something.

I was rewarded by allcoin in BTC for what I invested based on their deal.

Do you think they'd just be rewarding people in BTC if it was a scam?

I don't get it.


I concede! I just realized that the new Allcoin made up of the same dudes as the old Allcoin honestly participated in Qtum's ICO via accepting BTC as payment in return for Qtum tokens. Further, ada84 has liquidated his Qtum tokens on Allcoin and was paid BTC. I am so fuckin (apologies to peepeeoverflow) stupid!

To recap, because of ada84's proof, Qtum IS NOT A SCAM.

We still have our QTUM tokens, however we were also paid out in BTC as a bonus as part of the deal they had going.

Not sure they'd be paying anybody out anything at all if it were a legitimate scam.

Food for thought.

That's exactly a page out of the biggest ponzi schemes in the world. Now spread the word that you got paid.

I hear you. Fingers crossed.
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April 01, 2017, 01:52:21 AM
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More proof it's a scam:

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April 01, 2017, 05:41:22 AM
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That's exactly a page out of the biggest ponzi schemes in the world. Now spread the word that you got paid.
I think he's talking about some cashback deal that Allcoin was doing where they gave you a percentage of what you invested back, a few of the ICO sites were offering similar promos.
But it would be nice if he clarified what he's talking about.

Anyways, I don't know why you guys spend all day posting here about how it's a scam-the ICO is long over. Even if it was actually a scam what good does wasting your time posting here do?

I think this is going to be a legitimately great altcoin and invested my own funds and didn't get any cashback or whatever and to be honest I would like to have invested more so I'm hoping there'll be another chance to buy the tokens cheap on an exchange once it's released.  The merging the best parts of bitcoin and ethereum and having an edge on the Chinese market is a big deal, only a moron would run this as a scam when they have the opportunity to genuinely make crazy amounts of money by making this succeed.

The only real risks here are the same that apply to any crypto in China-if it gets big enough the Chinese government will likely go crazy regarding KYC/AML, but hopefully being a Chinese project will help them smooth things over.

As for posting the addresses for funds raised I'm pretty sure the reason they don't want to do that is that the exchanges got a pretty decent cut for helping to run the ICO and they don't want to show that.  Pretty sure that the exchanges got at least a 5% cut of BTC received, if not more like 10%.  But that's ok, they distributed the risk of any one exchange screwing up over a few.

Anyways, I'm going to be just blocking the people who just constantly sit here posting scam over and over, it's meaningless garbage and serves no purpose now that the ICO is over.  If you wanted to warn people before the ICO so be it, but what's the point now that it's over?  You' just wasting your time and other people's time reading this garbage.  Go take a walk or something and figure out a way to make some actual money instead of posting garbage here.
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April 01, 2017, 05:43:56 AM
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I think there may be insider buying, but most are made by Chinese whales, they don't know the fake CV scandals, they even can't access BCT forum without VPN.
I don't think BCT is blocked in China, at least it wasn't last time I went there.
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April 01, 2017, 05:45:41 AM
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More proof it's a scam:


Haha

What is the exact purpose of those icons ?
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April 01, 2017, 05:49:14 AM
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Despite all these dramas, Qtum is still one of the most innovative and promising platforms in 2017.

if the development team can delivery the project on time, then Qtum will be the first POS Smart Contact platform with compatible with EVM.

and personally i think the UTXO model has more flexibility than account model. that's maybe some advantage of Qtum project.

and i like the "Go Mobile" strategy. No one want to use the DAPP in their PC computer.
Yeah I can't wait to see if this really allows Ethereum style DAPPs to be functional on mobile devices without requiring what's essentially a centralized server to actually run the DAPP (which honestly rather ruins the point of anything being a distributed app).  Having people sync a huge blockchain to run DAPPs is completely impractical even if you prune the Ethereum blockchain, nobody wants to download a 4GB of blockchain data just to use a DAPP and the fact that the blockchain would keep eating up more and more space on devices is a huge problem.

Regardless of whether the ICO was particularly transparent or had a lot of risks the ideas behind Qtum are legitimately important things to help bring forth the next generation of blockchain tech.  If it really works we'll finally be able to use blockchains anywhere and everywhere.
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April 01, 2017, 05:50:23 AM
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You prefer to believe Gleb Krampus  Grin

Look at the amount of media reporting this, you cannot bribe that much people, think about it!
Stack, just put these fools on ignore-I think half this long ass thread is just you arguing with these trolls.
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April 01, 2017, 06:09:36 AM
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That's exactly a page out of the biggest ponzi schemes in the world. Now spread the word that you got paid.
I think he's talking about some cashback deal that Allcoin was doing where they gave you a percentage of what you invested back, a few of the ICO sites were offering similar promos.
But it would be nice if he clarified what he's talking about.

Anyways, I don't know why you guys spend all day posting here about how it's a scam-the ICO is long over. Even if it was actually a scam what good does wasting your time posting here do?

I think this is going to be a legitimately great altcoin and invested my own funds and didn't get any cashback or whatever and to be honest I would like to have invested more so I'm hoping there'll be another chance to buy the tokens cheap on an exchange once it's released.  The merging the best parts of bitcoin and ethereum and having an edge on the Chinese market is a big deal, only a moron would run this as a scam when they have the opportunity to genuinely make crazy amounts of money by making this succeed.

The only real risks here are the same that apply to any crypto in China-if it gets big enough the Chinese government will likely go crazy regarding KYC/AML, but hopefully being a Chinese project will help them smooth things over.

As for posting the addresses for funds raised I'm pretty sure the reason they don't want to do that is that the exchanges got a pretty decent cut for helping to run the ICO and they don't want to show that.  Pretty sure that the exchanges got at least a 5% cut of BTC received, if not more like 10%.  But that's ok, they distributed the risk of any one exchange screwing up over a few.

Anyways, I'm going to be just blocking the people who just constantly sit here posting scam over and over, it's meaningless garbage and serves no purpose now that the ICO is over.  If you wanted to warn people before the ICO so be it, but what's the point now that it's over?  You' just wasting your time and other people's time reading this garbage.  Go take a walk or something and figure out a way to make some actual money instead of posting garbage here.

Again, how does one invest in the nonprofit Qtum who's 100% on record in stating that the purchase of its tokens IS NOT an investment vehicle. I don't get it.

Re in bold above, see my sig. Participate in my $250,000,000 ICO, the largest crowdsale offering in the history of mankind.
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April 01, 2017, 07:25:39 AM
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You prefer to believe Gleb Krampus  Grin

Look at the amount of media reporting this, you cannot bribe that much people, think about it!
Stack, just put these fools on ignore-I think half this long ass thread is just you arguing with these trolls.

So you're not interested at all in why Qtum refuses to provide tx ids or addresses to prove they hold the ICO funds they claim to have collected? Even though they promised to be transparent with their investors? You don't want to know that the funds you invested are indeed safe and where they are supposed to be? This is something all other projects do, so idk how you can say there is no more risk involved in this project vs others based on that fact alone. And isn't this additional risk of the funds not being transparent only amplified further by the fact that the cofounder of this project is known to have stolen funds from a previous one? Seems like a bad combination with obvious implications.  
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April 01, 2017, 11:07:12 PM
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I don't understand why John Scianna is on the team?

Their PR is fundamentally broken and the kid has achieved nothing before this project.

I don't get it?
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April 01, 2017, 11:13:23 PM
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I don't understand why John Scianna is on the team?

Their PR is fundamentally broken and the kid has achieved nothing before this project.

I don't get it?

give the kid a a chance

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April 01, 2017, 11:44:16 PM
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I don't understand why John Scianna is on the team?

Their PR is fundamentally broken and the kid has achieved nothing before this project.

I don't get it?


What's there not to get?

John Scianna is just there to round out the team made of Patrick or Steven Dai who ripped off Bitpay, Toni Markov (no longer listed; Time Markov's son), Caspal Ouyang (the foot-solving Rubik's Cube gold medalist), Neil Mahi (formerly Neil Sakr, the professional poker player whose biggest win online is ~$10 USD), Ibai Basabe (the concert pianist), and Roman Asadchiy (the Belarus dude whose relationship with Steven Dai goes back to their Bitbay days). Oh, and Qingzhong Gao of Allcoin (old Allcoin and new Allcoin), the Chinese exchange with its charter registered in Canada. Yet, this motley crew supposedly garnered $15M+ during Qtum's ICO. Can you say FUCKIN IMPOSSIBLE?

BTW, Qtum has NEVER denied any of the above because ... wait for it ... IT'S ALL FUCKIN TRUE!

https://steemit.com/qtum/@moh-rokib/qtum-utxo-based-pos-smart-contract-platform

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Qtum core team comprises of several members, spanning the globe:  

Patrick Dai (China/Singapore) - Project Co-Founder
Neil Sakr (Morocco/China) - Chief Blockchain Architect / Co-Founder
Jordan Earls (USA) - Lead Developer / Co-Founder
Caspal (China) - Qtum Developer
Qiyu (China) - Qtum Web developer
DJaen (Sweden) - Qtum Test developer
Time Markov (Macedonia)- Qtum Developer
Toni Markov (Macedonia)-Qtum Developer
Alex (Belarus)- Qtum Developer
Mike Palencia (China / Colombia) - Project Manager
Brett (Canada) - PR / Community
John Scianna (USA / China) -  PR / Press
Ibai Basabe(USA/China)-PhD Product Manager/Researcher
Emiliano (Argentina) - PhD Document Writer / Researcher
Carry Shen (China) - PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) process control
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April 02, 2017, 02:02:48 AM
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Is it a 100% confirmed scam now?

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The only part that's fun about gambling is when you win. Other than that, people might say the challenge is interesting, and most people enjoy the challenge, but the name of the game is win.
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April 02, 2017, 03:58:54 AM
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Is it a 100% confirmed scam now?

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No. It was a 100% confirmed scam ago.

The Bruce Peterson of Qtum's last post:

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I know a scam when I see one, and Qtum is not a scam  Grin

Nice try digging through my old posts, that shows how desperate you are to find something, yet you got nothing!

PS: Please try to lower the level of vulgarity in your posts, I don't know what you are trying to achieve by being so vulgar!
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April 02, 2017, 10:39:18 PM
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Is it a 100% confirmed scam now?

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No. It was a 100% confirmed scam ago.

The Bruce Peterson of Qtum's last post:

-snip-

I know a scam when I see one, and Qtum is not a scam  Grin

Nice try digging through my old posts, that shows how desperate you are to find something, yet you got nothing!

PS: Please try to lower the level of vulgarity in your posts, I don't know what you are trying to achieve by being so vulgar!

Gleb take a look on another Patrick's project - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=380441.msg18426200#msg18426200

He is one of the largest investors and supporter of Skycoin.....
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