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January 25, 2018, 03:55:44 PM
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This coin is a complete scam, people got and get funds stolen on a regular basis. And nothing is done to prevent this.

Only recommendation one can give, stay away from it!
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January 25, 2018, 04:28:20 PM
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@Come-from-beyond I'm asking you again and I think I'm not the only one, please help David with the reclaims. it seems that this has no priority to him. You would make a lot people happy.
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January 25, 2018, 04:42:03 PM
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@Come-from-beyond I'm asking you again and I think I'm not the only one, please help David with the reclaims. it seems that this has no priority to him. You would make a lot people happy.

David won't give me the password to his mailbox.
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January 25, 2018, 05:15:45 PM
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This coin is a complete scam, people got and get funds stolen on a regular basis. And nothing is done to prevent this.

Only recommendation one can give, stay away from it!

Again, show me where the devs promised an enterprise level wallet to investors that would alleviate them of the responsibility of proper seed generation--I use a seed generator, but somehow I figured out that changing some chars and being offline were things I ought to be doing (those funds are safe and sound).

The wallet is fine--it's just not idiot-proof. It's amazing how quickly some forget the mantra "Be your own Bank," and that that statement implies.

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January 25, 2018, 05:18:31 PM
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ok David is busy but this does not explain the important delay. After all, making a few transactions should not take a lot of time.
So, how to convince David to satisfy our claims ?
Does he want us to make a substantial donation (5% or 10% of our iotas ?) so that this could relinquish the tension and terminate the claiming process ?
Why not after all ! I could accept that. (it is just an idea, perhaps a stupid one by the way but we have to find a way to progress.)
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January 25, 2018, 05:36:50 PM
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Anybody knows if at the iota fondation in berlin there is actually a team or David? In few months I will be free to travel there and maybe check if some one can proceed our claim? I couldnt find the iota fondation adress in berlin.
Or any other iota event coming where I could go?
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January 25, 2018, 06:12:10 PM
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Brilliant idea, might be worth bringing a film crew to make a PSA and will inevitably increase the priority on getting these reclaims done.  I'd certainly be happy to share this among my channels.
Depending on the date I might be able to join you, please PM me if you have a date in mind.
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January 25, 2018, 06:18:59 PM
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This coin is a complete scam, people got and get funds stolen on a regular basis. And nothing is done to prevent this.

Only recommendation one can give, stay away from it!

Again, show me where the devs promised an enterprise level wallet to investors that would alleviate them of the responsibility of proper seed generation--I use a seed generator, but somehow I figured out that changing some chars and being offline were things I ought to be doing (those funds are safe and sound).

The wallet is fine--it's just not idiot-proof. It's amazing how quickly some forget the mantra "Be your own Bank," and that that statement implies.

You can read that all up, just don't be lazy.

But it does not even matter if you read it or not, as it is a fundamental design flaw to use a private key to log into ones wallet. I wrote that before.
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January 25, 2018, 06:28:11 PM
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@Come-from-beyond I'm asking you again and I think I'm not the only one, please help David with the reclaims. it seems that this has no priority to him. You would make a lot people happy.

David won't give me the password to his mailbox.
Why do you need his mailbox password? We have done KYC (list 1 claims).
As you are a member of the IOTA foundation as well I don't understand why you cannot process the claims. CFB, please help David Smiley
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January 25, 2018, 06:42:46 PM
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Why do you need his mailbox password? We have done KYC (list 1 claims).
As you are a member of the IOTA foundation as well I don't understand why you cannot process the claims. CFB, please help David Smiley

Old letters need to be checked to make sure that everyone claimed before the deadline.
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January 25, 2018, 07:16:20 PM
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Old letters need to be checked to make sure that everyone claimed before the deadline.
What do you mean by "old letters" ?
( I have made my claim before the deadline by email)
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January 25, 2018, 07:26:53 PM
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This coin is a complete scam, people got and get funds stolen on a regular basis. And nothing is done to prevent this.

Only recommendation one can give, stay away from it!

Again, show me where the devs promised an enterprise level wallet to investors that would alleviate them of the responsibility of proper seed generation--I use a seed generator, but somehow I figured out that changing some chars and being offline were things I ought to be doing (those funds are safe and sound).

The wallet is fine--it's just not idiot-proof. It's amazing how quickly some forget the mantra "Be your own Bank," and that that statement implies.

You can read that all up, just don't be lazy.

But it does not even matter if you read it or not, as it is a fundamental design flaw to use a private key to log into ones wallet. I wrote that before.

It's not a design flaw--it doesn't make the network insecure, it just means you have to not use a seed generator from a random site--the same as not using a random dude to make your house key or safe combination. The failure to understand that is your fault, notice how most didn't make that mistake--anyways have fun with blaming someone for your own failure (maybe you should read up and not be lazy).

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January 25, 2018, 08:35:54 PM
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Why do you need his mailbox password? We have done KYC (list 1 claims).
As you are a member of the IOTA foundation as well I don't understand why you cannot process the claims. CFB, please help David Smiley

Old letters need to be checked to make sure that everyone claimed before the deadline.
Can someone explain me what are those letters ? Do I miss something when claiming ?
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January 26, 2018, 05:09:56 AM
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Why do you need his mailbox password? We have done KYC (list 1 claims).
As you are a member of the IOTA foundation as well I don't understand why you cannot process the claims. CFB, please help David Smiley

Old letters need to be checked to make sure that everyone claimed before the deadline.
Can someone explain me what are those letters ? Do I miss something when claiming ?

Probably the email we had to sent to David before July 11th last year
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January 26, 2018, 07:47:34 AM
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Why do you need his mailbox password? We have done KYC (list 1 claims).
As you are a member of the IOTA foundation as well I don't understand why you cannot process the claims. CFB, please help David Smiley

Old letters need to be checked to make sure that everyone claimed before the deadline.
Can someone explain me what are those letters ? Do I miss something when claiming ?

Probably the email we had to sent to David before July 11th last year

Yes.
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January 26, 2018, 09:03:18 AM
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Any update from David regarding the last 20 claimants on LIST 1(crowdsale participants)
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January 26, 2018, 09:19:22 AM
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Any update from David regarding the last 20 claimants on LIST 1(crowdsale participants)

I bet if you ask this after each his tweet you'll get the answer pretty quickly.
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January 26, 2018, 09:39:46 AM
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Why do you need his mailbox password? We have done KYC (list 1 claims).
As you are a member of the IOTA foundation as well I don't understand why you cannot process the claims. CFB, please help David Smiley

Old letters need to be checked to make sure that everyone claimed before the deadline.
Can someone explain me what are those letters ? Do I miss something when claiming ?

Probably the email we had to sent to David before July 11th last year

Yes.
Therefore I am ok (although David did not send me a receipt confirmation)
However I agree with Websioux (see its post 619) about the "arbitrary deadline of July 11th 2017".
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January 26, 2018, 10:54:14 AM
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List1: why a 2018, Jan 28th snapshot without us in it? While the 2017, June 9th snapshot includes some privileged claimers ?

Please restore the trust :

I can prove I emailed David before the 2017 11th July, but can you prove you hold all our iota ?
Why not send 1 iota to every claim address from one that has enough fund to pay it all ? This would prove the public we are not abused but only in a slow and painful careful process. I will be happy to pay for it  Wink Angry
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January 26, 2018, 06:11:41 PM
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List2: I reclaimed with IOTA 2.5.6 and the old seeds with lowercase letters. Do I have to repeat this with uppercase letters? Since the software has accepted lowercase letters it will probably work that way.

When I log in with the new SEED, no addresses appear. Do I need to generate an address to show my IOTAS?
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