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March 01, 2017, 12:42:27 PM
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How can people trust a new site (and btct user) with 330,300$ worth of bitcoins? This lottery seems like a very weird idea, as your site is new, and you're not willing to use escrow.

Secondly, I didn't quite get it. Is the prize of the lottery 297 cold hard bitcoins, or is it advetising space on your brand new website with low traffic? If it is the advertising space, this lottery is absolutely barbaric, since your adspace even for 10 years is not worth anywhere near 300K.

Hi Henkkaa,

Thank you for your feedback is very useful and will help us to improve our management strategy!
It is true no one can believe even us sometimes... but never say never even if you are not able to do that ... do not stop to dream ... sometimes the dream is becoming reality...

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You just completely ignored my questions lol. Would you bother answering, why should people trust you? Instead of blabbering about dreams of 300btc, you should focus on proving your legitness and security, to actually get users to play your lottery.

You have no real info on your site about your team, so it is very easy for you to just scam the 300btc from the prize pool.

And the last question, is the prize in advertising space or actual bitcoin to your wallet?

Hi Henkkaa,

I am not ignoring to answer you ... but if you read a bit you will find out your answer ... we cannot answer twice for people like you what are ignoring to read ...

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March 01, 2017, 01:47:49 PM
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Apart from lottery when i looked at the ads on https://bussybuddy.com/ads/ i was surprised to see a big banner ad (1000's of pixel ad) on right hand side of the site. And ad is Double your bitcoin in 24 hours with simple link to one bitcoin address https://blockchain.info/address/1JPzyXnGd2PqV87GbN6uZkn9ukuFAz7upa

Have he paid for that pixel  Huh I think it is placed by admin himself, if he have done this than how we can trust on this lottery.  Angry

Hi Piloder,

That ad is not placed by us is by a private person but it is purchased in instalments with few additional rules... if only one person is complaining a scam from that ad will be deleted and more ... is the contract between us...

Do not blame us for free if u do not know!

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One pixel seem to cost 0.02BTC.
This add is (6 pixels x 84 pixels + 20 pixels) * 0.02 BTC = 10.48 BTC. (i hope i didn't make a mistake while counting the pixels)
This makes me suspicious... I find it very hard to believe that somebody would every pay 10.48 BTC to promote a scam doubler on a low traffic website.

Would it be possible to show payment's txids as proof? 10.48/60 = 0.17466666  BTC a month for 60 months...

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March 01, 2017, 02:02:48 PM
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I think the admin of this site should already be expecting to answer this type of question when he launch the site, using such a huge amount of prize to attract players to deposit to your site would naturally made people want to know if the site would be able to payout this big prize especially this being a new site that were just launch.






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March 01, 2017, 02:16:35 PM
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I think the admin of this site should already be expecting to answer this type of question when he launch the site, using such a huge amount of prize to attract players to deposit to your site would naturally made people want to know if the site would be able to payout this big prize especially this being a new site that were just launch.

Hi Barcode_,

Thank for your feedback but you have to read with attention all the details related to Prize before to complaint the Prize value!

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March 01, 2017, 02:29:44 PM
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I think the admin of this site should already be expecting to answer this type of question when he launch the site, using such a huge amount of prize to attract players to deposit to your site would naturally made people want to know if the site would be able to payout this big prize especially this being a new site that were just launch.
The thing is that they don't pay it out in bitcoins. You get the prize in worthless bitcoin scam-doubler site adspace. Conveniently they haven't put that information in the title or the lottery announcement post. Essentially they are saying their adspace is worth 330,000$.
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March 01, 2017, 02:33:19 PM
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Apart from lottery when i looked at the ads on https://bussybuddy.com/ads/ i was surprised to see a big banner ad (1000's of pixel ad) on right hand side of the site. And ad is Double your bitcoin in 24 hours with simple link to one bitcoin address https://blockchain.info/address/1JPzyXnGd2PqV87GbN6uZkn9ukuFAz7upa

Have he paid for that pixel  Huh I think it is placed by admin himself, if he have done this than how we can trust on this lottery.  Angry

Hi Piloder,

That ad is not placed by us is by a private person but it is purchased in instalments with few additional rules... if only one person is complaining a scam from that ad will be deleted and more ... is the contract between us...

Do not blame us for free if u do not know!

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One pixel seem to cost 0.02BTC.
This add is (6 pixels x 84 pixels + 20 pixels) * 0.02 BTC = 10.48 BTC. (i hope i didn't make a mistake while counting the pixels)
This makes me suspicious... I find it very hard to believe that somebody would every pay 10.48 BTC to promote a scam doubler on a low traffic website.

Would it be possible to show payment's txids as proof? 10.48/60 = 0.17466666  BTC a month for 60 months...

Hi Mocacinno,

If you are talking about Dbl BTC in 24 hs, the plot details are: 50x790=39500 Pixels in total 790 BTC negotiated for 180 months but for your knowledge better is to not count the money from others wallet if you did not count your money in your wallet.

Nobody asked you to calculate even wrong how someone bought in instalments something from a person without you to be involved in that business.

With regret we are looking for long time business unfortunately... if is saying something 180 months for you?!!!

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March 01, 2017, 02:38:51 PM
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I think the admin of this site should already be expecting to answer this type of question when he launch the site, using such a huge amount of prize to attract players to deposit to your site would naturally made people want to know if the site would be able to payout this big prize especially this being a new site that were just launch.
The thing is that they don't pay it out in bitcoins. You get the prize in worthless bitcoin scam-doubler site adspace. Conveniently they haven't put that information in the title or the lottery announcement post. Essentially they are saying their adspace is worth 330,000$.

Hi Henkkaa,

Once is complaining only one fraud from that ad will get the victim the Bitcoin back from us and the ad will be deleted! We cannot consider them as scams once no one complained!

Do not put pressure on us without to have a proof ... is not fair ... is it fair to consider you now pissed off?!!!

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March 01, 2017, 03:16:31 PM
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Dear BitcoinTalk users,

As you can see on our BussyBuddyAds web page there are few Reserved Plots of Pixels we are negotiating with them we are trying to create a fair climate on our page once someone is complaining a scam the ad will be deleted immediately, but believe us we cannot consider from start everyone scammer.

In % of 90% of our contracts are custom made for each customer because once the customer wants to advertise something like Dbl BTC in 24 hs our team is ready to ask for big deposit and etc and they paid we want to sell but in same time we are ready to cover a loss if the customer is breaching the contract in limit of his/her guarantee deposit.

Hope you to understand us!

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March 01, 2017, 04:53:33 PM
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In % of 90% of our contracts are custom made for each customer because once the customer wants to advertise something like Dbl BTC in 24 hs our team is ready to ask for big deposit and etc and they paid we want to sell but in same time we are ready to cover a loss if the customer is breaching the contract in limit of his/her guarantee deposit.
Does this mean if someone send bitcoin to that bitcoin address which is being advertised in your site and don't get his bitcoin doubled in 24 hour or even after a week, you guys will send those users the amount of bitcoin they have sent  Huh and will remove their ads?

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March 01, 2017, 05:20:23 PM
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In % of 90% of our contracts are custom made for each customer because once the customer wants to advertise something like Dbl BTC in 24 hs our team is ready to ask for big deposit and etc and they paid we want to sell but in same time we are ready to cover a loss if the customer is breaching the contract in limit of his/her guarantee deposit.
Does this mean if someone send bitcoin to that bitcoin address which is being advertised in your site and don't get his bitcoin doubled in 24 hour or even after a week, you guys will send those users the amount of bitcoin they have sent  Huh and will remove their ads?

Hi Piloder,

Thank you very much because you have understood, we will send the money back if you can proof you have sent the Bitcoin what is very easy.

We are aware our customers are not able to loose even 1 cent.

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March 02, 2017, 07:05:36 AM
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Apart from lottery when i looked at the ads on https://bussybuddy.com/ads/ i was surprised to see a big banner ad (1000's of pixel ad) on right hand side of the site. And ad is Double your bitcoin in 24 hours with simple link to one bitcoin address https://blockchain.info/address/1JPzyXnGd2PqV87GbN6uZkn9ukuFAz7upa

Have he paid for that pixel  Huh I think it is placed by admin himself, if he have done this than how we can trust on this lottery.  Angry

Hi Piloder,

That ad is not placed by us is by a private person but it is purchased in instalments with few additional rules... if only one person is complaining a scam from that ad will be deleted and more ... is the contract between us...

Do not blame us for free if u do not know!

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No Buddy, the onus is on you to "police" fraudulent Ads and to keep your site "safe"

The same thing happened to Freebitco.in {oldest faucet on the Net} where people paid for Ad's which pointed to  scams and fraudulent sites. Wetsuit {owner of the site} decided that it was too much work to "police" this and he stopped all personal ads on his site.

You will build up a reputation that your site hosts scam sites and then your project will fail. You just need to make the executive decision not to host these sites. < most of them are easy to spot and common sense will help you to identify them >

Here is a site that will also help you to spot some of them ==>> http://www.badbitcoin.org/thebadlist/

Do not be greedy by allowing any sites, just to reach your advertising goals, it will cost you in the end. ^frown^

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March 02, 2017, 07:41:35 AM
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Apart from lottery when i looked at the ads on https://bussybuddy.com/ads/ i was surprised to see a big banner ad (1000's of pixel ad) on right hand side of the site. And ad is Double your bitcoin in 24 hours with simple link to one bitcoin address https://blockchain.info/address/1JPzyXnGd2PqV87GbN6uZkn9ukuFAz7upa

Have he paid for that pixel  Huh I think it is placed by admin himself, if he have done this than how we can trust on this lottery.  Angry

Hi Piloder,

That ad is not placed by us is by a private person but it is purchased in instalments with few additional rules... if only one person is complaining a scam from that ad will be deleted and more ... is the contract between us...

Do not blame us for free if u do not know!

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No Buddy, the onus is on you to "police" fraudulent Ads and to keep your site "safe"

The same thing happened to Freebitco.in {oldest faucet on the Net} where people paid for Ad's which pointed to  scams and fraudulent sites. Wetsuit {owner of the site} decided that it was too much work to "police" this and he stopped all personal ads on his site.

You will build up a reputation that your site hosts scam sites and then your project will fail. You just need to make the executive decision not to host these sites. < most of them are easy to spot and common sense will help you to identify them >

Here is a site that will also help you to spot some of them ==>> http://www.badbitcoin.org/thebadlist/

Do not be greedy by allowing any sites, just to reach your advertising goals, it will cost you in the end. ^frown^

Hi Kakmakr,

I've got your point which is very helpful and I will tak it in consideration, you are right 100% we are not intending to build a bad reputation for our domain name that's why if a fraud is happening we are ready to cover it and immediately to delete the ad.

You will see if you will apply to become owner of our Pixels is long time to wait and we have to many questions for every single customer and sometimes they are not accepting our rules ... few things are forbidden from start drugs weapons, illegal ID and other docs, etc and from now that business with Dbl BTC will be in our Forbidden List.

Thank you very much for your point and we appreciated your point for this reason we are offering you 100 Pixels for free just contact us in PM for Details if you are accepting as reward from us for your suggestion!

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March 02, 2017, 07:50:48 AM
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Hi Mocacinno,

If you are talking about Dbl BTC in 24 hs, the plot details are: 50x790=39500 Pixels in total 790 BTC negotiated for 180 months but for your knowledge better is to not count the money from others wallet if you did not count your money in your wallet.

Nobody asked you to calculate even wrong how someone bought in instalments something from a person without you to be involved in that business.

With regret we are looking for long time business unfortunately... if is saying something 180 months for you?!!!

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I realise you didn't ask me to calculate anything, but in your original, unedited, post, i remember you asked for advice (don't remember the exact working tough, and you seem to have edited your OP)... So when you ask for advice, you can expect people to start digging around on how your business model, pricing, layout,... works... So when red flags are raised, i need to ask for clarification...
I also realise you apparently don't like to give proof/clarification/..., but to be honest, eventough it might be boring to give out these details, being transparent and clear, and answering legit concerns might benefit your standing within the bitcoin community, and eventually help you achieve your busines' goals.

for your knowledge better is to not count the money from others wallet if you did not count your money in your wallet.
luckily, i counted my money... So now i'm free to count yours Wink

I was under the assumption that by "pixel", you actually meanth one of those 10 by 10 pixel squares... But wow, you actually mean you're asking 0.01 BTC =~ $12 (at current preev rate) for a PIXEL on a site with low traffic... Wow, just wow.
So, basically, that double your coins scammer is/was going to pay you 790 BTC for 180 months... That's ~4.4BTC/month for 15 years. I find this hard to believe, so it raises a red flag, it's up to you if you deem it worthy to give proof that this guy actually payed you, or if you want to ignore this question...

Anyways, i'm done with this thread... Good luck with your business.

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Hi Mocacinno,

If you are talking about Dbl BTC in 24 hs, the plot details are: 50x790=39500 Pixels in total 790 BTC negotiated for 180 months but for your knowledge better is to not count the money from others wallet if you did not count your money in your wallet.

Nobody asked you to calculate even wrong how someone bought in instalments something from a person without you to be involved in that business.

With regret we are looking for long time business unfortunately... if is saying something 180 months for you?!!!

Kind Regards,
BussyBuddyAds Team

I realise you didn't ask me to calculate anything, but in your original, unedited, post, i remember you asked for advice (don't remember the exact working tough, and you seem to have edited your OP)... So when you ask for advice, you can expect people to start digging around on how your business model, pricing, layout,... works... So when red flags are raised, i need to ask for clarification...
I also realise you apparently don't like to give proof/clarification/..., but to be honest, eventough it might be boring to give out these details, being transparent and clear, and answering legit concerns might benefit your standing within the bitcoin community, and eventually help you achieve your busines' goals.

for your knowledge better is to not count the money from others wallet if you did not count your money in your wallet.
luckily, i counted my money... So now i'm free to count yours Wink

I was under the assumption that by "pixel", you actually meanth one of those 10 by 10 pixel squares... But wow, you actually mean you're asking 0.01 BTC =~ $12 (at current preev rate) for a PIXEL on a site with low traffic... Wow, just wow.
So, basically, that double your coins scammer is/was going to pay you 790 BTC for 180 months... That's ~4.4BTC/month for 15 years. I find this hard to believe, so it raises a red flag, it's up to you if you deem it worthy to give proof that this guy actually payed you, or if you want to ignore this question...

Anyways, i'm done with this thread... Good luck with your business.


Hi Mocacinno,

You did the calculation well now and you are unhappy because are 15 years maybe you are expecting to be less ... Is our business and is not your problem in how many years we will get in full the payment and better is to be careful with your business because we are careful with our business and we are ready to cover any loss if is happening by our mistake or etc

Is true our website is new and for your happy life we cannot lie with fake statistics just to make people to buy Pixels but the time and our honesty will make the people to buy them without you to be involved in this ...

You are good in math but after copy-paste ... keep on!

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March 02, 2017, 09:41:49 AM
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I think the admin of this site should already be expecting to answer this type of question when he launch the site, using such a huge amount of prize to attract players to deposit to your site would naturally made people want to know if the site would be able to payout this big prize especially this being a new site that were just launch.
The thing is that they don't pay it out in bitcoins. You get the prize in worthless bitcoin scam-doubler site adspace. Conveniently they haven't put that information in the title or the lottery announcement post. Essentially they are saying their adspace is worth 330,000$.

Hi Henkkaa,

Once is complaining only one fraud from that ad will get the victim the Bitcoin back from us and the ad will be deleted! We cannot consider them as scams once no one complained!

Do not put pressure on us without to have a proof ... is not fair ... is it fair to consider you now pissed off?!!!

Kind Regards,
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So are you saying if one is not satisfied with the adspace as a prize, then they can have the 297 BTC instead? If that's the case, then why don't you just pay the winner in BTC and let them decide if they want to buy the adspace themselves with the prize they just won?
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March 02, 2017, 10:08:58 AM
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Do you have proof of those 297 BTC in your wallet? Also i want to know that how are you going to be so transparent about the lottery system as you are not showing how many lotteries are bought by which btc address and also how is it going to be a provably fair pick for that lottery? I am having a little alarm in my mind giving me a red signal about you but i it may be a false alarm.

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March 02, 2017, 10:35:44 AM
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Do you have proof of those 297 BTC in your wallet? Also i want to know that how are you going to be so transparent about the lottery system as you are not showing how many lotteries are bought by which btc address and also how is it going to be a provably fair pick for that lottery? I am having a little alarm in my mind giving me a red signal about you but i it may be a false alarm.

Hi mooonu,

It is not false alarm you misunderstood and pls read carefully this topic and on our website we do not have time to explain every single person what is ignoring to read carefully the rules.

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I think the admin of this site should already be expecting to answer this type of question when he launch the site, using such a huge amount of prize to attract players to deposit to your site would naturally made people want to know if the site would be able to payout this big prize especially this being a new site that were just launch.
The thing is that they don't pay it out in bitcoins. You get the prize in worthless bitcoin scam-doubler site adspace. Conveniently they haven't put that information in the title or the lottery announcement post. Essentially they are saying their adspace is worth 330,000$.

Hi Henkkaa,

Once is complaining only one fraud from that ad will get the victim the Bitcoin back from us and the ad will be deleted! We cannot consider them as scams once no one complained!

Do not put pressure on us without to have a proof ... is not fair ... is it fair to consider you now pissed off?!!!

Kind Regards,
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So are you saying if one is not satisfied with the adspace as a prize, then they can have the 297 BTC instead? If that's the case, then why don't you just pay the winner in BTC and let them decide if they want to buy the adspace themselves with the prize they just won?

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The Prize is the Ad Space we are selling ad space we are offering ad space we are not Bitcoin Bank!

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March 02, 2017, 10:44:31 AM
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I think the admin of this site should already be expecting to answer this type of question when he launch the site, using such a huge amount of prize to attract players to deposit to your site would naturally made people want to know if the site would be able to payout this big prize especially this being a new site that were just launch.
The thing is that they don't pay it out in bitcoins. You get the prize in worthless bitcoin scam-doubler site adspace. Conveniently they haven't put that information in the title or the lottery announcement post. Essentially they are saying their adspace is worth 330,000$.

Hi Henkkaa,

Once is complaining only one fraud from that ad will get the victim the Bitcoin back from us and the ad will be deleted! We cannot consider them as scams once no one complained!

Do not put pressure on us without to have a proof ... is not fair ... is it fair to consider you now pissed off?!!!

Kind Regards,
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So are you saying if one is not satisfied with the adspace as a prize, then they can have the 297 BTC instead? If that's the case, then why don't you just pay the winner in BTC and let them decide if they want to buy the adspace themselves with the prize they just won?

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The Prize is the Ad Space we are selling ad space we are offering ad space we are not Bitcoin Bank!

Kind Regards,
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Thanks, good to know.
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March 02, 2017, 10:51:18 AM
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I think the admin of this site should already be expecting to answer this type of question when he launch the site, using such a huge amount of prize to attract players to deposit to your site would naturally made people want to know if the site would be able to payout this big prize especially this being a new site that were just launch.
The thing is that they don't pay it out in bitcoins. You get the prize in worthless bitcoin scam-doubler site adspace. Conveniently they haven't put that information in the title or the lottery announcement post. Essentially they are saying their adspace is worth 330,000$.

Hi Henkkaa,

Once is complaining only one fraud from that ad will get the victim the Bitcoin back from us and the ad will be deleted! We cannot consider them as scams once no one complained!

Do not put pressure on us without to have a proof ... is not fair ... is it fair to consider you now pissed off?!!!

Kind Regards,
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So are you saying if one is not satisfied with the adspace as a prize, then they can have the 297 BTC instead? If that's the case, then why don't you just pay the winner in BTC and let them decide if they want to buy the adspace themselves with the prize they just won?

Hi Hatcher,

The Prize is the Ad Space we are selling ad space we are offering ad space we are not Bitcoin Bank!

Kind Regards,
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Thanks, good to know.

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You welcome!

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