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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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November 14, 2017, 12:27:24 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


That's a fact.
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November 14, 2017, 12:48:16 PM
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A joke of an interest rate for newcomers.
 
Purchase 100 onions to get 8 free? Whats the point. 7-8% interest only keeps the fat cats happy.

Only way the coins are selling are because newcomers are enforced to buy before they can get airdrops whereas early adopters (all the friends & family) just sit back and enjoy the 'FREE' bags of coins.

Bloody heck, even the Main Devs get to rinse the airdrops without following the airdrop rules. This coin has lost its credibility.

I haven't participated yet the Airdrop but if the above mentioned against DeepOnion was true then it would be a deep suspicious for me! Cool
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November 14, 2017, 12:51:29 PM
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I invested a lot of money into Deep Onion and made a profit from it. What makes you think it's a scam? You can give evidence for this. I will wait for information from you.

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November 14, 2017, 12:52:34 PM
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I invested a lot of money into Deep Onion and made a profit from it. What makes you think it's a scam? You can give evidence for this. I will wait for information from you.

Maybe you could read the thread.  It's laid out in excruciating detail throughout.

A lot of people make money off of scams. That makes them no less scams.
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November 14, 2017, 12:54:34 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.
That, among other things, is why I am out. Tried to tag along for a while but in the end you only get threatened to be kicked out of the Airdrop if you so much as consider mentioning that the mods receive way too much coins. Not to mention the massive censorship going on there.

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November 14, 2017, 12:54:53 PM
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I invested a lot of money into Deep Onion and made a profit from it. What makes you think it's a scam? You can give evidence for this. I will wait for information from you.

Maybe you could read the thread.  It's laid out in excruciating detail throughout.

A lot of people make money off of scams. That makes them no less scams.
There is actually not a single "proof" inside this thread for the proposition that Deeponion is a scam.

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November 14, 2017, 01:08:08 PM
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I don't know if it's a scam or not... I followed for a while, but wasn't able to participate because my account here was too new and I missed the cut-off. It is a shame though if they are deterring potential new investors by handing out most coins to existing holders. Perhaps they think it is distributed enough now and they don't need more holders. But that is indeed how some other coins work.

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November 14, 2017, 02:54:16 PM
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I really do not know it's a scam. the project has been running for a long time, luckily I'm not in their project. I think it could be the same as EDOGE. Be careful again in choosing a bounty, do not get a fraud like this. Has anyone got a coin?
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November 14, 2017, 03:22:19 PM
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I invested a lot of money into Deep Onion and made a profit from it. What makes you think it's a scam? You can give evidence for this. I will wait for information from you.

Maybe you could read the thread.  It's laid out in excruciating detail throughout.

A lot of people make money off of scams. That makes them no less scams.

eg the bitcoin cash scam last weekend.

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November 16, 2017, 02:51:59 AM
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Very interesting thread .... i was thinking of investing as i like privacy coins
but this is getting pushed to the bottom of my list until i work out what is going off
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November 16, 2017, 02:54:07 AM
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Very interesting thread .... i was thinking of investing as i like privacy coins
but this is getting pushed to the bottom of my list until i work out what is going off

Look at xvg if you want to see a privacy coin.
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November 16, 2017, 06:40:45 AM
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November 16, 2017, 06:59:50 AM
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Hi,

I was about to buy some deeponion and join the hype but then I check the project a little more deeply and now I could agree that there is something wrong in it.

The biggest red point for me is that they closed the source code of their wallet after version 1.2 to "protect" some copied technology. I'm not willing to install something like this on my computer.

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November 16, 2017, 07:32:51 AM
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Hi,

I was about to buy some deeponion and join the hype but then I check the project a little more deeply and now I could agree that there is something wrong in it.

The biggest red point for me is that they closed the source code of their wallet after version 1.2 to "protect" some copied technology. I'm not willing to install something like this on my computer.

You can't possibly be serious.. closed source now ? WOW  Shocked

FUD first & ask questions later™
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November 16, 2017, 07:39:23 AM
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Hi,

I was about to buy some deeponion and join the hype but then I check the project a little more deeply and now I could agree that there is something wrong in it.

The biggest red point for me is that they closed the source code of their wallet after version 1.2 to "protect" some copied technology. I'm not willing to install something like this on my computer.

You can't possibly be serious.. closed source now ? WOW  Shocked



Closed source and windows only. He's afraid someone will steal his groundbreaking technology of storing document hashes on the blockchain.
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November 16, 2017, 07:48:13 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.!!

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