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November 07, 2017, 06:14:20 PM
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in my personal Well, DeepOnion definitely is hiding something or they would not have the need to delete even LIGHTLY critical posts as they are doing right now in the main thread. Dissapointing.
I bet now 99% of posts in the thread have a DeepOnion sig Tongue
I will give them/him that there is some marketing skills. But not much substance. Too bad because the coin sounded interesting.
If you give out coins, give them to everyone who is interested, even if its not 1000 coins each, then maybe you will get some better and believable feedback. Smiley

I started to give it to everyone, but some people had registered with there whole account farm and dropped there coins quite fast. To stop this the new rules got active.

If you buy 100 or 10k coins is to to you, you will always get around 7% interest rate. So 7 or 700 onions, depending on how many onions you have. Its you to decide your investment decision.

The market cap is only 2-3 Mio at the moment, that is a tiny fart in the crypto world. So mayn other coins collected 100 millions of real USD with ICOs. Its not to late to step in.

@Spoetnik: Your post has not a single point in it. Edit: Lol I checked older posts from your where you also said Ethereum is a scam, a pyramid schmeme. Every alt is scam, sure. you are just a 100% bitcoin maximalist, nothing more behing you, so much weired stuff from you posted in the past.

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November 07, 2017, 09:58:22 PM
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Just reporting back that my 3 posts were deleted at around 5AM server time today.

If talking about "selling" onion is against forum thread rules, that's fucked.

+1 Spoetnik

Could you inspect the binary in IDA or x64dbg for us? I have no time but maybe you know someone who is bored.

@ the guy above me - I have read a few of Spoetnik's other posts (how you can resist not wanting to look at a Legendary member's posting history?), and nothing about Ethereum being a scam.

In any case, he has the 100% right to think so. Look at what has happened several times. Millions lost.

Personally I do not think Ethereum is a scam. It's just a broken technology.

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November 08, 2017, 12:21:00 AM
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Interesting info, I am surprised no one has mentioned all the "blacklisted" community members there are.
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November 08, 2017, 09:11:25 PM
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I was banned from DeepOnion forums, without warning, for criticizing the DeepOnion distributions. All I did was raise criticisms in regards to nature of the distribution- average participant payout % coincides with weekly rate of inflation,  mods receive 1/3 of weekly airdrop payouts. This is public information. Proof:



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November 08, 2017, 09:26:54 PM
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I was banned from DeepOnion forums, without warning, for criticizing the DeepOnion distributions. All I did was raise criticisms in regards to nature of the distribution- average participant payout % coincides with weekly rate of inflation,  mods receive 1/3 of weekly airdrop payouts. This is public information. Proof:
Sorry to hear that but I'm not surprised. If someone is spreading FUD, it's definitely the deeponion mods.
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November 09, 2017, 05:51:17 AM
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The first thing I think deep onion network is positive, as to why is a scam, I can't understand, I see the thread is very busy, it need a truth, not FUD.
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November 09, 2017, 06:50:27 AM
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Again and again this thread flickers at the top of Altcoin discussion section. There are a lot of people who consider DeepOnion scam. But there are people who make money with their airdrops and keep silence or protects it. It's kinda hollywar which will never end.

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November 09, 2017, 10:19:41 AM
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so how did deepvault get into the latest wallet then if there has been no new commit?Huh

The dev is releasing custom Windows binaries without being transparent about his changes, that's how.

Be very, very cautious. I would not be using that Windows binary.

you'll have to explain this in more detail. i'm not a coder so i don't understand why this is bad and why it hasn't been done in the github

Because the "dev" doesn't want anyone to see how trivial the "deepvault" actually is, given the fact that functionality has been possible since 2009 in bitcoin. 

That's the non-cynical response.

The more cynical response would be that the "dev" is actually now spreading a trojan with a closed source windows only wallet. 
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November 09, 2017, 10:20:42 AM
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Stop stating that deeponions are scam, THEY ARE NOT People who did not receive any coins or didn't get accepted in airdrops start disliking.You guys did not understand the purplse if deeponions, you should find out more about it and can discover the truth by her.!!

And you know this how?  You have no credibility here whatsoever.  Go shill somewhere else, or study a bit so you can figure out some things before you make absurd assertions about things you haven't the foggiest understanding about.
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November 10, 2017, 09:26:39 AM
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As long as we can make money , who cares it is a scam or not.

Well, for anyone with a conscience, it is rather important to remember that a scam means you make money off of some other poor unsuspecting sap. Some can live with that, I guess.

On the other hand, I've yet to see anything to really convince me that this is a scam token. Most people posting against it seem to have personal vendettas. I'll continue to support and wear the signature unless I see some actual damning evidence.

There is a large grass roots group of support behind this coin that goes far beyond the possibility of 'farmed' accounts. Only time will tell, but I'm still a fan and think it's got a lot of potential.


Closed source, windows only wallet, with no features that are not already in every other privacy coin. 

What makes you think there is any potential whatsoever here?
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November 10, 2017, 12:54:32 PM
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As long as we can make money , who cares it is a scam or not.

Well, for anyone with a conscience, it is rather important to remember that a scam means you make money off of some other poor unsuspecting sap. Some can live with that, I guess.

On the other hand, I've yet to see anything to really convince me that this is a scam token. Most people posting against it seem to have personal vendettas. I'll continue to support and wear the signature unless I see some actual damning evidence.

There is a large grass roots group of support behind this coin that goes far beyond the possibility of 'farmed' accounts. Only time will tell, but I'm still a fan and think it's got a lot of potential.


Closed source, windows only wallet, with no features that are not already in every other privacy coin.  

What makes you think there is any potential whatsoever here?

I have put together some numbers about last airdrop and the total tokens founder members are holding from the premine and you tell me if that is fair:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2383425
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November 10, 2017, 12:57:31 PM
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As long as we can make money , who cares it is a scam or not.

Well, for anyone with a conscience, it is rather important to remember that a scam means you make money off of some other poor unsuspecting sap. Some can live with that, I guess.

On the other hand, I've yet to see anything to really convince me that this is a scam token. Most people posting against it seem to have personal vendettas. I'll continue to support and wear the signature unless I see some actual damning evidence.

There is a large grass roots group of support behind this coin that goes far beyond the possibility of 'farmed' accounts. Only time will tell, but I'm still a fan and think it's got a lot of potential.


Closed source, windows only wallet, with no features that are not already in every other privacy coin. 

What makes you think there is any potential whatsoever here?

I have put together some numbers about last airdrop and the total tokens members are holding from the premine and you tell me if that is fair:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2383425


You covered it very thoroughly.
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November 10, 2017, 01:10:32 PM
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As long as we can make money , who cares it is a scam or not.

Well, for anyone with a conscience, it is rather important to remember that a scam means you make money off of some other poor unsuspecting sap. Some can live with that, I guess.

On the other hand, I've yet to see anything to really convince me that this is a scam token. Most people posting against it seem to have personal vendettas. I'll continue to support and wear the signature unless I see some actual damning evidence.

There is a large grass roots group of support behind this coin that goes far beyond the possibility of 'farmed' accounts. Only time will tell, but I'm still a fan and think it's got a lot of potential.


Closed source, windows only wallet, with no features that are not already in every other privacy coin. 

What makes you think there is any potential whatsoever here?

I have put together some numbers about last airdrop and the total tokens members are holding from the premine and you tell me if that is fair:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2383425


You covered it very thoroughly.

Thx. Glad you took the time to read it.
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November 10, 2017, 06:32:46 PM
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As long as we can make money , who cares it is a scam or not.

Well, for anyone with a conscience, it is rather important to remember that a scam means you make money off of some other poor unsuspecting sap. Some can live with that, I guess.

On the other hand, I've yet to see anything to really convince me that this is a scam token. Most people posting against it seem to have personal vendettas. I'll continue to support and wear the signature unless I see some actual damning evidence.

There is a large grass roots group of support behind this coin that goes far beyond the possibility of 'farmed' accounts. Only time will tell, but I'm still a fan and think it's got a lot of potential.


Closed source, windows only wallet, with no features that are not already in every other privacy coin.  

What makes you think there is any potential whatsoever here?

I have put together some numbers about last airdrop and the total tokens founder members are holding from the premine and you tell me if that is fair:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2383425

Beyond early adopters, take a look at mod team earnings. Last week, 14 mods received 1/3 of the airdrop. Not sure what it was this week. These are the same mods that determine effort multipliers and assign themselves 5x payouts.

Also, someone above mentioned only people with a vendetta go against DeepOnion. I participated in the airdrop under old rules for 2 weeks. Made about $2,000 for my 2 weeks and cashed out when I saw the new rules announced- since they were obviously created to make the mods rich and screw over everyone else. DeepOnion was good to me but I also recognize it is a blatant scam.

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November 10, 2017, 07:06:18 PM
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yes there are some which get more coins than others but all get coins if they follow the rules for getting them. how can that be a scam?


 
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November 11, 2017, 02:38:27 AM
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After i browse the remarks, a lot people think and do not think for this InchAirDrop".And lots of other new individuals trying to sign up for the InchAirDropInch.Something you have to do, research once again about the Developer about the gold coin, why they create? how come commit? how useful?Make sure you don't be misled.
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November 13, 2017, 06:02:19 PM
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i really dont think that DO is a scam, i hope for a promising future of the coin. IMO there is no reason to be worried
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November 14, 2017, 12:20:29 PM
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The distribution method has changed a few weeks ago and now it resembles the distribution model of many other airdropped coins. So the "blackmail" strategy: if you dump your coins you won't receive more, doesn't work any more. It was a brilliant idea, even though with controversial implications. And the dev almost managed to fuck up the project completely with his paranoia. Now that it is more open, and the price is quite stable, the project has better chances of success.

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November 14, 2017, 12:22:03 PM
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The distribution method has changed a few weeks ago and now it resembles the distribution model of many other airdropped coins. So the "blackmail" strategy: if you dump your coins you won't receive more, doesn't work any more. It was a brilliant idea, even though with controversial implications. And the dev almost managed to fuck up the project completely with his paranoia. Now that it is more open, and the price is quite stable, the project has better chances of success.

The damage is done. The project is completely centralized, less than 300 people have all the control over the whole project.
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November 14, 2017, 12:26:46 PM
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The distribution method has changed a few weeks ago and now it resembles the distribution model of many other airdropped coins. So the "blackmail" strategy: if you dump your coins you won't receive more, doesn't work any more. It was a brilliant idea, even though with controversial implications. And the dev almost managed to fuck up the project completely with his paranoia. Now that it is more open, and the price is quite stable, the project has better chances of success.

The damage is done. The project is completely centralized, less than 300 people have all the control over the whole project.

yep, the damage was done in the first genesis block ;o

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