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December 03, 2018, 05:29:19 AM
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Is it still possible to withdraw btc, ltc, eth, dash or wtt-token itself? or are all operations suspended?
when I try to withdraw BTC, I have this message : You must be KYC verified in order to withdraw funds and set autowithdraw
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December 03, 2018, 09:42:22 AM
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I didn't use services of this bankrupted mining project but seeing the requirement of KYC on withdrawal remember the few exchanges. They don't ask you anything when you deposit but to withdrawal to need to submit documents. This is also one form of scamming people where KYC is required it should be demanded at time of account opening at first step. A bankrupted platform ask your documents now that is strange for me at least.
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December 04, 2018, 10:24:07 AM
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I've just withdraw my DASH, so no problem if you are KYC verified Smiley
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December 04, 2018, 08:42:35 PM
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I've just withdraw my DASH, so no problem if you are KYC verified Smiley

But you're just a newbie Wink
Welcome to hardcore scamming in cowboy cryptoland.
KYC abuse is the ultimate exit scam for scummy fucks like Giga- and MegaBigPowerBullShit + 95% of the ico/ipo that came along last year.

These guys are dangerous, watch out for their names in the future and never trust them with your KFC (!)

and remember the smoke they sold you:
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WTT Token, how does it work?

The way the WTT token works is that it provides fifty (50) years of hosting for a cryptocurrency miner,
where each token represents one watt of power that the mining machine consumes.
For example, if I wanted to host an Antminer S9 (the most popular Bitcoin mining machine),
I would need 1,455 WTT tokens because that's how much power the machine uses (plus some extra buffer room for variance).
If I do this, then I only pay $0.03/kWh to host my machine, including power and maintenance, all-in.

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December 06, 2018, 10:04:07 AM
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I didn't use services of this bankrupted mining project but seeing the requirement of KYC on withdrawal remember the few exchanges. They don't ask you anything when you deposit but to withdrawal to need to submit documents. This is also one form of scamming people where KYC is required it should be demanded at time of account opening at first step. A bankrupted platform ask your documents now that is strange for me at least.
KYC appeared due to requirement of bankruptsy manager.
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December 06, 2018, 10:16:45 AM
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I've just withdraw my DASH, so no problem if you are KYC verified Smiley

How did you pass KYC?
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December 07, 2018, 01:19:03 PM
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[Just for the record]

Code:
All-Time Top Hashers
User GH
1 anonymous 72,086,221,850
2 gigawatt 51,329,373,771
3 anonymous 33,312,550,505

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Block Finder Time (UTC)
1,539,437 gigawatt Dec 7, 13:06:30
1,539,430 alch1267 Dec 7, 12:53:08
1,539,427 gigawatt Dec 7, 12:49:05

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December 15, 2018, 04:18:47 PM
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I have 0.002 BTC in my account.
How much are the withdraw costs for BTC?
I am not sure if I should go for this KYC thing when I will only get BTC worth of a few bucks and high withdraw cost!
Glad I went out of Giga early this year.
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December 16, 2018, 10:30:10 AM
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Almost every mining ico has failed, why is this so hard to pull off. I mean really it sounds so straight forward plan.




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