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Author Topic: [2017-03-15]Article on CoinTelegraph is the Reason for Scammers to Steal 6,000  (Read 297 times)
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March 16, 2017, 06:33:40 PM
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Ismail Malik, ICO strategist and CEO of Blockchain lab, named an article on CoinTelegraph as the reason for why 6000 BTC were stolen by Jawad Yaqub, who has launched the scams known as Deos and Razormind. Ismail Malik claims that he has also been scammed by Jawad, though he had been a part of the Jawad's team during the crowdsale and knows everything from the inside.

Ismail Malik is a real figure, who has taken part in many conferences worldwide as a speaker, that was proved by many members of the community. You can look at his biography at Angel.co or his profile on LinkedIn.

Ismail has over 20 years experience in Technology related startups and entrepreneurship covering Asset Management, Cryptocurrencies, Mobile Payments in the City of London and Emerging Markets working with leading firms such as Vodafone, Cellnet and News International.

You can read the full article and take part in the discussion here: https://coinidol.com/article-on-cointelegraph-reason-for-scammers-steal-6000-btc/
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March 16, 2017, 11:57:34 PM
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TL;DR: That article is all over the map, like it was written by a schizophrenic or something. I can not figure out what the article is even about. It starts out by talking about some guy, then it shows some text messages, then it talks about advertisers, then it talks about "the roles and rights of mass media in the crypto community", then it talks about some more people, and it ends with this question, "Whether this money must be returned back to the criminal or it must be sent to a charity?".

Also, I wouldn't be surprised if the article was originally written in Chinese and then translated to English with Google translate.

Definitely not worth reading.

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March 16, 2017, 11:58:48 PM
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Crazy article, can't get what is all about...
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March 19, 2017, 11:35:52 PM
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You need to read this article https://coinidol.com/coinidol-to-hold-public-trial-of-razormind-scammers/ to understand that.
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March 21, 2017, 09:33:12 AM
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probably,a machine translated then edited article
avoid,or you will be left tearing hairs out of your  head Smiley doesn't make sense-no rhyme or reason whatsoever
and of course,scammers monitor cointelegraph articles to choose their next victim,duh
they do,actually,but only to buy advertising with cointelegraph  Grin

 

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