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February 08, 2015, 04:01:00 PM

pathetic dump attempt. will fail like the others.

A lot less coins brought it down to a similar level.
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February 08, 2015, 04:02:19 PM

pathetic dump attempt. will fail like the others.

A lot less coins brought it down to a similar level.
Yep. Looks like sub 200 incoming.
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February 08, 2015, 04:04:10 PM

pathetic dump attempt. will fail like the others.

A lot less coins brought it down to a similar level.
Yep. Looks like sub 200 incoming.

sub 200 is as far away as 250s
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February 08, 2015, 04:06:58 PM

bitcoin finaly fixed 200-220 $ ?
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February 08, 2015, 04:07:35 PM

lol ofc we will see sub $200 coins. there is really no doubt Tongue
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February 08, 2015, 04:10:25 PM

pathetic dump attempt. will fail like the others.

A lot less coins brought it down to a similar level.
Yep. Looks like sub 200 incoming.

sub 200 is as far away as 250s

Plz buy more of dem cheap coins. Guaranteed profit? Right? Or are you already out of money and holding the bag, like most of the bulls?
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February 08, 2015, 04:13:04 PM

"Mycoin.hk", a bitcoin thing in Hong Kong, apparenly closed without warning and owners disappeared with all clients coins.  Losses seem to be about 3 billion yuan, or 500 million USD -- on the same level as the MtGOX collapse.

The nature of mycoin.hk's business was not clear.  It apparently involved mining, and perhaps some Ponzi-like scheme.  I could not tell whether it also worked as a live exchange.

Article in Chinese:
http://hk.apple.nextmedia.com/news/art/20150208/19034053

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WASHINGTON virtual currency Bitcoin (Bitcoin) once touted, Hong Kong discovered bust incident involving three billion yuan. Legislative Councillor Leung Yiu-chung received nearly ten investors in Bitcoin for help, said the suspect was a bit currency trading scams and storage platform, the largest loss of over $ 10 million estimate amounted to 30 the number of people affected, involving an amount or up to three billion yuan, victims today collective police. […]

EDIT: See also the reddit thread.  One comment in there claims that the report is incorrect.
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February 08, 2015, 04:17:04 PM

"Mycoin.hk", a bitcoin thing in Hong Kong, apparenly closed without warning and owners disappeared with all clients coins.  Losses seem to be about 3 billion yuan, or 500 million USD -- on the same level as the MtGOX collapse.

The nature of mycoin.hk's business was not clear.  It apparently involved mining, and perhaps some Ponzi-like scheme.  I could not tell whether it also worked as a live exchange.

Article in Chinese:
http://hk.apple.nextmedia.com/news/art/20150208/19034053

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WASHINGTON virtual currency Bitcoin (Bitcoin) once touted, Hong Kong discovered bust incident involving three billion yuan. Legislative Councillor Leung Yiu-chung received nearly ten investors in Bitcoin for help, said the suspect was a bit currency trading scams and storage platform, the largest loss of over $ 10 million estimate amounted to 30 the number of people affected, involving an amount or up to three billion yuan, victims today collective police. […]

Bullish?  Cheesy
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February 08, 2015, 04:20:25 PM

"Mycoin.hk", a bitcoin thing in Hong Kong, apparenly closed without warning and owners disappeared with all clients coins.  Losses seem to be about 3 billion yuan, or 500 million USD -- on the same level as the MtGOX collapse.

The nature of mycoin.hk's business was not clear.  It apparently involved mining, and perhaps some Ponzi-like scheme.  I could not tell whether it also worked as a live exchange.

Article in Chinese:
http://hk.apple.nextmedia.com/news/art/20150208/19034053

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WASHINGTON virtual currency Bitcoin (Bitcoin) once touted, Hong Kong discovered bust incident involving three billion yuan. Legislative Councillor Leung Yiu-chung received nearly ten investors in Bitcoin for help, said the suspect was a bit currency trading scams and storage platform, the largest loss of over $ 10 million estimate amounted to 30 the number of people affected, involving an amount or up to three billion yuan, victims today collective police. […]

Bullish?  Cheesy

Sub 200 incoming, china is going to give a massive dump in the coming days if the news are true.
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February 08, 2015, 04:22:41 PM

"Mycoin.hk", a bitcoin thing in Hong Kong, apparenly closed without warning and owners disappeared with all clients coins.  Losses seem to be about 3 billion yuan, or 500 million USD -- on the same level as the MtGOX collapse.

The nature of mycoin.hk's business was not clear.  It apparently involved mining, and perhaps some Ponzi-like scheme.  I could not tell whether it also worked as a live exchange.

Article in Chinese:
http://hk.apple.nextmedia.com/news/art/20150208/19034053

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WASHINGTON virtual currency Bitcoin (Bitcoin) once touted, Hong Kong discovered bust incident involving three billion yuan. Legislative Councillor Leung Yiu-chung received nearly ten investors in Bitcoin for help, said the suspect was a bit currency trading scams and storage platform, the largest loss of over $ 10 million estimate amounted to 30 the number of people affected, involving an amount or up to three billion yuan, victims today collective police. […]

EDIT: See also the reddit thread.  One comment in there claims that the report is incorrect.
Never heard of that site, 500 million USD? what? How is that even possible for an almost unknown site like that to have so many funds?
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February 08, 2015, 04:24:11 PM

"Mycoin.hk", a bitcoin thing in Hong Kong, apparenly closed without warning and owners disappeared with all clients coins.  Losses seem to be about 3 billion yuan, or 500 million USD -- on the same level as the MtGOX collapse.

The nature of mycoin.hk's business was not clear.  It apparently involved mining, and perhaps some Ponzi-like scheme.  I could not tell whether it also worked as a live exchange.

Article in Chinese:
http://hk.apple.nextmedia.com/news/art/20150208/19034053

Google translation:
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WASHINGTON virtual currency Bitcoin (Bitcoin) once touted, Hong Kong discovered bust incident involving three billion yuan. Legislative Councillor Leung Yiu-chung received nearly ten investors in Bitcoin for help, said the suspect was a bit currency trading scams and storage platform, the largest loss of over $ 10 million estimate amounted to 30 the number of people affected, involving an amount or up to three billion yuan, victims today collective police. […]

EDIT: See also the reddit thread.  One comment in there claims that the report is incorrect.

It's a Ponzi involving some kind of mining contract. The scammer said they would pay 0.64BTC of interest per day for every 90BTC investment.

By the way, they claim 3 billion HKD, not CNY. But this 3 billion HKD is pulled out of their ass. Only 30 victims seek help and they claims loss of 1 million HKD on average. The legislative councillor speculates that there are 3000 victims and ALL OF THEM lost 1 million HKD. That's how the 3 billion HKD calculated.
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February 08, 2015, 04:26:43 PM

"Mycoin.hk", a bitcoin thing in Hong Kong, apparenly closed without warning and owners disappeared with all clients coins.  Losses seem to be about 3 billion yuan, or 500 million USD -- on the same level as the MtGOX collapse.

The nature of mycoin.hk's business was not clear.  It apparently involved mining, and perhaps some Ponzi-like scheme.  I could not tell whether it also worked as a live exchange.

Article in Chinese:
http://hk.apple.nextmedia.com/news/art/20150208/19034053

Google translation:
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WASHINGTON virtual currency Bitcoin (Bitcoin) once touted, Hong Kong discovered bust incident involving three billion yuan. Legislative Councillor Leung Yiu-chung received nearly ten investors in Bitcoin for help, said the suspect was a bit currency trading scams and storage platform, the largest loss of over $ 10 million estimate amounted to 30 the number of people affected, involving an amount or up to three billion yuan, victims today collective police. […]

Bullish?  Cheesy

Sub 200 incoming, china is going to give a massive dump in the coming days if the news are true.

Probably double digits.
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February 08, 2015, 04:27:13 PM

pathetic dump attempt. will fail like the others.

You are deep in prayer, not?

Amen.
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February 08, 2015, 04:31:48 PM

Google translation:
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WASHINGTON virtual currency Bitcoin (Bitcoin) once touted, Hong Kong discovered bust incident involving three billion yuan. Legislative Councillor Leung Yiu-chung received nearly ten investors in Bitcoin for help, said the suspect was a bit currency trading scams and storage platform, the largest loss of over $ 10 million estimate amounted to 30 the number of people affected, involving an amount or up to three billion yuan, victims today collective police. […]

EDIT: See also the reddit thread.  One comment in there claims that the report is incorrect.
Never heard of that site, 500 million USD? what? How is that even possible for an unknown site like that to have so many funds?

The math does not seem right.  If I understood the translation correctly, 30 victims sought the police and some losses (the largest ones?) were 10 million yuan.  That would be 300 million yuan, not 3 billion.  

Perhaps the reporter goofed?

Perhaps they extrapolated to 300 clients?

Number digits in China and Japan are traditionally grouped by fours rather than by threes, so that "2 million" is written "200 万" where 万 means "ten thousand".  Perhaps that is the source of confusion, either by the reporter or by Google Transalte?


EDIT: forget it, see the post by @jl2012 above
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February 08, 2015, 04:35:08 PM

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It's a Ponzi involving some kind of mining contract. The scammer said they would pay 0.64BTC of interest per day for every 90BTC investment.

By the way, they claim 3 billion HKD, not CNY. But this 3 billion HKD is pulled out of their ass. Only 30 victims seek help and they claims loss of 1 million HKD on average. The legislative councillor speculates that there are 3000 victims and ALL OF THEM lost 1 million HKD. That's how the 3 billion HKD calculated.

TL;DR: Bitcoin scam not as successful as the article suggests.
Bullish!
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February 08, 2015, 04:39:42 PM

where's pumper we can't see you those days price should move i think there's who fight bitcoin (Banks)  Embarrassed
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It's a Ponzi involving some kind of mining contract. The scammer said they would pay 0.64BTC of interest per day for every 90BTC investment.

By the way, they claim 3 billion HKD, not CNY. But this 3 billion HKD is pulled out of their ass. Only 30 victims seek help and they claims loss of 1 million HKD on average. The legislative councillor speculates that there are 3000 victims and ALL OF THEM lost 1 million HKD. That's how the 3 billion HKD calculated.

TL;DR: Bitcoin scam not as successful as the article suggests.
Bullish!

Lots of growth potential for Bitcoin ponzi scheme's.
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February 08, 2015, 04:40:47 PM

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It's a Ponzi involving some kind of mining contract. The scammer said they would pay 0.64BTC of interest per day for every 90BTC investment.

By the way, they claim 3 billion HKD, not CNY. But this 3 billion HKD is pulled out of their ass. Only 30 victims seek help and they claims loss of 1 million HKD on average. The legislative councillor speculates that there are 3000 victims and ALL OF THEM lost 1 million HKD. That's how the 3 billion HKD calculated.

TL;DR: Bitcoin scam not as successful as the article suggests.
Bullish!

Lots of growth potential for Bitcoin ponzi scheme's.

 Cheesy
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February 08, 2015, 04:43:44 PM

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It's a Ponzi involving some kind of mining contract. The scammer said they would pay 0.64BTC of interest per day for every 90BTC investment.

By the way, they claim 3 billion HKD, not CNY. But this 3 billion HKD is pulled out of their ass. Only 30 victims seek help and they claims loss of 1 million HKD on average. The legislative councillor speculates that there are 3000 victims and ALL OF THEM lost 1 million HKD. That's how the 3 billion HKD calculated.

TL;DR: Bitcoin scam not as successful as the article suggests.
Bullish!

Lots of growth potential for Bitcoin ponzi scheme's.

 Cheesy

We will go down to sub-200$ within a week because they planned on dumping more only to buy back cheaper and make a huge profit. Maybe Wink
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