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January 28, 2018, 10:27:46 AM
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ow boy,

people hold your horses, some people spreading FUD stories about mooncoin, but please be calm before the storm hits and take mooncoin high
and those people are money horny i think ;-)  just keep calm invest in money you can afford to set aside nothing more nothing less

just buy your piece of the cake , mooncoin, stand back sit down and relax , soon there will be updates i am sure of it

i am a holder sins the genesis of mooncoin, it never fails me believe me

buy , hold , and relax then !!


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Good morning. I agree !



Good morning to you to ! ;-) thats the way it is , Buy and HOLD !!! .................and just sit back and see your coin grow ! ;-)


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January 28, 2018, 10:34:19 AM
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What I do now is to continue buying Mooncoin until I meet my goal of 1M $Moon Cheesy

If you think that 1M Mooncoin is easy to achieve, well, my buying powers was diversified to other altcoins that's why :p
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January 28, 2018, 12:14:17 PM
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thats what we do we hold we wait i have been waiting many years   nothing change still the same the way things are at the moment maybe we have to wait even longer but thats ok we hold we wait we see who says history never repeats ?
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January 28, 2018, 01:58:11 PM
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Vassilis, please post sometimes at Bitcointalk.
The community supports you and trusts you.
The situation with unfrozen coins was a surprise, and we all understand that you are under pressure currently,
however, even if the issue is not solved yet, it's really important to continue working now.
People are waiting for a new Mac wallet, to begin with.
When do you plan to complete a Mac wallet?

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January 28, 2018, 02:17:54 PM
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some of my friends new to crypto asked about investing in mooncoin.  Unfortunately I told them as mooncoin stands today it is an unsafe investment since the dev has 70 billion coins that can be dumped at any time and its too much of a risk.
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January 28, 2018, 02:54:29 PM
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some of my friends new to crypto asked about investing in mooncoin.  Unfortunately I told them as mooncoin stands today it is an unsafe investment since the dev has 70 billion coins that can be dumped at any time and its too much of a risk.

It's confirmed that Vassilis Kritharakis, a dev of Mooncoin, currently has about 62 bil coins on the biggest Mooncoin address. It's not true that he has 70 bil coins.
You can verify it in any of 5 independent Mooncoin block explorers.
It's true that no one except Vassilis, has an access to these coins. Vassilis told he would never sell these coins because they are officially frozen and don't belong to him.
Agswinner told that coins, if not burnt, will be frozen in a next release again.
Even if Vassilis dumps them, what next? He is transparent. All his received funds will be frozen by law, even if he would buy something with this money, that property could be easily sold and money returned by any court's decision.
Why would he prefer to become a criminal, if he anyway doesn't benefit from it? Why not just staying with Mooncoin development?
Another problem is he told he was receiving threats.
It's a test for the strength of his character. Let him pass it, don't spread rumours. He is a real transparent person, who wants to make a career by helping the Mooncoin community.

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January 28, 2018, 02:56:48 PM
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Burn the witch!  Burn the witch!


oh wait...    wrong story

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January 28, 2018, 03:12:06 PM
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my TxID's are in that list   so,

your fine you say, eventually it'll get done.



but when waiting a month for those coins now that aint a good case

would like to know whats eventually a week a month a year from now?

my working capital is in there and stuck for a month now  Huh Huh Angry Angry

Those transactions were cleared ages ago the list is empty. Check for yourself on any wallet client.

Still those coins do not show up in my wallet so if those were cleared should'nt these showed now then?
 
7c0b5a8597b4a2bdf6474dd8b2cb79a5835bb468224c5623be4e6259b20dbf4c
9b64f4c2939b6683f2c32f96b1f816d196e89a8b3b7a4da5d74c6c9b231f870e

showed in that list

Block explorers don't show these transactions.
That means that these coins were not sent.
You have told you have sent these coins from Coinexchange.
That means that coins were not sent from their wallet, and still sit on their wallet.
If they didn't return coins to your balance, for whatever reason, they are not right.
You can submit a support ticket and to tell them that these txs are not seen in block explorers (you have to quote these txs) and ask to return coins.
If their support doesn't respond, you can PM them at Bitcointalk https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=849024

Please never keep your coins at exchanges in the future. If you keep coins at exchanges, that depends only on their admins - to return coins or not.
They control your private keys. C-cex.com got a lot of coins of their users after strange delisting of MOON (it was one of their most active DOGE and LTC markets, and they delisted it citing not enough volume) while they keep junk coins listed with a whole market cap below 24h Mooncoin volume). Coingather, Cryptsy, Coinex, Mintpal etc... never keep coins at exchanges. Use paper wallets! It's safe and simple.

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January 28, 2018, 03:33:11 PM
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some of my friends new to crypto asked about investing in mooncoin.  Unfortunately I told them as mooncoin stands today it is an unsafe investment since the dev has 70 billion coins that can be dumped at any time and its too much of a risk.

It's confirmed that Vassilis Kritharakis, a dev of Mooncoin, currently has about 62 bil coins on the biggest Mooncoin address. It's not true that he has 70 bil coins.
You can verify it in any of 5 independent Mooncoin block explorers.
It's true that no one except Vassilis, has an access to these coins. Vassilis told he would never sell these coins because they are officially frozen and don't belong to him.
Agswinner told that coins, if not burnt, will be frozen in a next release again.
Even if Vassilis dumps them, what next? He is transparent. All his received funds will be frozen by law, even if he would buy something with this money, that property could be easily sold and money returned by any court's decision.
Why would he prefer to become a criminal, if he anyway doesn't benefit from it? Why not just staying with Mooncoin development?
Another problem is he told he was receiving threats.
It's a test for the strength of his character. Let him pass it, don't spread rumours. He is a real transparent person, who wants to make a career by helping the Mooncoin community.

Ya lets just take someones word online about crypto worth millions of dollars.  You know how many dev dumping exit scams I'e seen in crypto, a shit ton.  It's too easy to get away from the law, most countries don't care about crypto and they would never catch him.  Mooncoin is not a viable option unless those coins are burned, end of story.

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January 28, 2018, 03:54:25 PM
Last edit: January 28, 2018, 04:16:07 PM by giantkin
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millions of dollars? lolol

i have 20million coins. (hm actually 18m i burned 1million)
    that means my total, is what $7500 usd.
 (thats at 3 sat, and btc at $12000)

 def not millions.  $250k? total...that he has to sit on, until the Law states it can be dealt with. 

I think my numbers are a bit high actualy. but close enough.

If he's not allowed to burn them, you saying he should meaning you are supporting an illegal action?
(thats my take on it)

just chill, wait and see.   not worth getting worked up over.

and why would anyone threaten anyone about this stuff.
  we pre teens here?
or adults?


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January 28, 2018, 03:57:00 PM
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This just in Jamie Dimon say's mooncoin isn't worth anything....

Does that mean it's time to mortgage my house and buy as much as humanly possible? LOL.
can u give a link on it?

Sorry for the confusion, there is no link I was just joking around based on his previous nonsense crypto currency comments.


Crypto is under a PR attack from many governments, major banks and financial companies.
Their major argument is it's overhyped. Governments say they don't want their citizens lose money and citing that , they don't allow buying crypto.
But the free crypto market has working self-regulation mechanisms. The only problem is volatility. But it could be solved on a level of exchanges.
Let's say a price significantly drops. But then big investors who missed the train earlier, join and a price is rising again.

BTC (and MOON) have their fair price, which is not permanent. If the whole world uses BTC, if there are many BTC atms, BTC services etc, why should we say that it doesn't have any value?
It's nonsense. The mistake is to compare BTC (and other BTC like cryptos) to companies, to securities, to businesses. Or to financial scams. This analogy fails.
BTC, LTC, DOGE, MOON etc are decentralised digital currencies, backed by people. Or maybe not even currencies, someone is saying they are more like commodities, collectables or anything else.
Anyway it's property, and let people own property they like.  
Of course, decentralised coins are still something new, and there is a lack of laws, and even a lack of understanding in this sphere.
It's like Wikipedia, only in a financial sphere and without one centralised website.

Maybe some people who work in governments really want to defend someone from investing in crypto, to prevent from losing money, if they believe that crypto is overhyped.
But what if it's not right?
BTC still has a market cap only about 25 percent from Apple's one. Apple is a legend, but BTC is a historical event, a new financial era started with BTC.
To say nothing of Mooncoin, which has some tech advantages over BTC and currently has a market cap, similar to a market cap of small and quite unknown regional company.

Let's say you work in governments and you want to protect people. You think the crypto market is overhyped because it is already 1000 percent or more higher than it was an year ago.
But what if you're wrong? What if it continues rising and in 5-10 years will be 100 or 1000 times higher than now (maybe not BTC, its potential seems to be not so big now (who knows though), but other coins).

Will you agree to accept this responsibility for your nation, for your country, which will not participate in this rise? What if you are wrong, and the future will prove that digital assets are worth something and this worth can be stable, no matter they are not like something what existed before?
What if the whole crypto market can be several trillion dollars, like some experts say? Then there is a lot of room to go. Thus, you will prevent your people, your nation, your country from participating in this historical event.
On the contrary, even a poor or small country can make a big success by allowing crypto, by supporting crypto, by developing blockchain technologies, and technologies without crypto assets/currencies will not motivate people, so crypto assets, digital currencies anyway are an important part of blockchain revolution.


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January 28, 2018, 04:08:55 PM
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It is "payment of account" on this thread! the devs to 60 billion mooncoin for him wooaoo  Cry ?! why there are several website for mooncoin ??
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January 28, 2018, 04:09:10 PM
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Its also more that the Govt's are worried that they will lose control of the banks.

(and bankers are reeallly worried, and pushing the govt to control/limit etc)


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January 28, 2018, 04:11:03 PM
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It's settling on this thread! the devs to 60 billion mooncoin for him WoOaOo?! why there are several website for mooncoin ??

Huh?   Sorry, Im only limited to American English.  Im not too good with something translated.

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January 28, 2018, 04:15:31 PM
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It's settling on this thread! the devs to 60 billion mooncoin for him WoOaOo?! why there are several website for mooncoin ??

Huh?   Sorry, Im only limited to American English.  Im not too good with something translated.


hi giantkin i translate for you :

i read this this thread! the developer to 60 billion mooncoin for him alone !!! woohoo?! why there are several website for mooncoin ??

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January 28, 2018, 04:18:23 PM
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It's settling on this thread! the devs to 60 billion mooncoin for him WoOaOo?! why there are several website for mooncoin ??

Huh?   Sorry, Im only limited to American English.  Im not too good with something translated.


hi giantkin i translate for you :

i read this this thread! the developer to 60 billion mooncoin for him alone !!! woohoo?! why there are several website for mooncoin ??




that's exactly what I wanted to say, thanks @kna
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January 28, 2018, 04:19:51 PM
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awesome, thanks. that helped.

   Several websites.  no clue. ive only seen the one. (but i never looked)


and again... as he is the DEV. he was given the keys to hold while the LAW is worked out.

   (thats from Reference... )

read up on the laws...

not sure why its even being talked about.  who cares.

since it happened, the 'value' of the coin has gone up over 3x..... thats good.

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January 28, 2018, 04:22:54 PM
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some of my friends new to crypto asked about investing in mooncoin.  Unfortunately I told them as mooncoin stands today it is an unsafe investment since the dev has 70 billion coins that can be dumped at any time and its too much of a risk.

It's confirmed that Vassilis Kritharakis, a dev of Mooncoin, currently has about 62 bil coins on the biggest Mooncoin address. It's not true that he has 70 bil coins.
You can verify it in any of 5 independent Mooncoin block explorers.
It's true that no one except Vassilis, has an access to these coins. Vassilis told he would never sell these coins because they are officially frozen and don't belong to him.
Agswinner told that coins, if not burnt, will be frozen in a next release again.
Even if Vassilis dumps them, what next? He is transparent. All his received funds will be frozen by law, even if he would buy something with this money, that property could be easily sold and money returned by any court's decision.
Why would he prefer to become a criminal, if he anyway doesn't benefit from it? Why not just staying with Mooncoin development?
Another problem is he told he was receiving threats.
It's a test for the strength of his character. Let him pass it, don't spread rumours. He is a real transparent person, who wants to make a career by helping the Mooncoin community.

Ya lets just take someones word online about crypto worth millions of dollars.  You know how many dev dumping exit scams I'e seen in crypto, a shit ton.  It's too easy to get away from the law, most countries don't care about crypto and they would never catch him.  Mooncoin is not a viable option unless those coins are burned, end of story.

You are speaking about short term scams.
Mooncoin is another story. It exists for 4 years now, and people during all these 4 years keep saying that for whatever reason they don't trust and don't buy Mooncoin.
It's normal.
You are not correct that for a transparent person who lives in Greece like Vassilis it's 'too easy to get away from the law'. Countries care about property (be it coins or anything else), and they investigate cyber crimes. Anyway, we believe it's not Vassilis' story, currently there is no reason to think that he is not honest.
You are right though that the best scenario is to burn coins, we know that the majority of their legitimate owners agreed to burn them, and no one posted that he/she wanted coins back.
If someone wants, please post now in this ANN thread, and you must have a proof that you are an owner of these coins.
After coinflow's comments, Vassilis has some doubts that it's 100% legal to burn coins. No confirmation from lawyers yet, that's the problem. If you or anyone could help with solving that, you are welcome.

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January 28, 2018, 04:24:14 PM
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To answer the more than one website...

after 2 minutes of research...

    shows 3 in the OP.

1) .com
2) .eco
and
3) Faq .world

    3 points to both 1 and 2, saying that 1 is the OLD website...
and 2 is the new website...

    Hazarding a random guess, (since the links state community driven)

that someone in the community setup 1, and hasnt updated it in awhile....


    again, this is 2min of looking myself.

if i was interested, i might delve deeper...but im not. Smiley


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January 28, 2018, 04:26:48 PM
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 If you or anyone could help with solving that, you are welcome.



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