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November 22, 2017, 10:41:24 PM
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and only a few hundred people left in the inner circle, because they kicked all the other people time by time for suspiscious reason.
So dev, his friends and all their sockpuppets earn onions every time and some people without this insiderknowledge will buy the worthless coin.
Well, first of all it is not worthless since you have already a fluently working wallet and easily can make some transactions over the TOR network as well as using the DeepVault feature to validate documents. The reason why there is only a relatively small circle of Airdrop receivers is because the Airdrop is concepted to value the believers and supporters of this project and not some random people that only want to make a quick buck. That is also the reason why you get a founder status in the upcoming Votecentral if you participate in 21+ Airdrop rounds. The devs are passionate about building a strong community and in my opinion this makes them just more trustworthy. With their skills they could easily do a fake ICO and get a whole bunch of money if their only intention was to scam people.

you are joking right?

- fluently working wallet - everyone has that including scams

- Deepvault? all i was looking for in my life was to validate documents and now deeponion can do this for me - my docx's thank you

- a fake ICO? - they didn't have to - they have people like you praising them up amongst all the other acolytes that now have to pay to be involved in the project (it was based around airdrops wasn't it?)

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November 22, 2017, 10:45:46 PM
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Good to see this still being discussed in the least because that means we as a community are trying to figure the scams from the not scams. However I did notice also that the github was not updated and this also did worry

me a bit. Is this reason to worry or is this standard for a project of this size?

Having a closed source windows only wallet is absolutely *not* standard for a project like this. Unless it's a scam of course.

I wanted to invest a little bit, because I've heard a lot of things lately, but over the past weeks I've learned more and I'm sure I'm better off not risking it. A waste of time and money.

see your gut instinct in this game? if it sounds too good to be true..... blah blah blah

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November 22, 2017, 10:47:56 PM
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and only a few hundred people left in the inner circle, because they kicked all the other people time by time for suspiscious reason.
So dev, his friends and all their sockpuppets earn onions every time and some people without this insiderknowledge will buy the worthless coin.
Well, first of all it is not worthless since you have already a fluently working wallet and easily can make some transactions over the TOR network as well as using the DeepVault feature to validate documents. The reason why there is only a relatively small circle of Airdrop receivers is because the Airdrop is concepted to value the believers and supporters of this project and not some random people that only want to make a quick buck. That is also the reason why you get a founder status in the upcoming Votecentral if you participate in 21+ Airdrop rounds. The devs are passionate about building a strong community and in my opinion this makes them just more trustworthy. With their skills they could easily do a fake ICO and get a whole bunch of money if their only intention was to scam people.
their skills?
They have no programmer skills, look in the github.
All was made from the community, not from dev.
They kicked also people, which were very active and there from the beginning.
The pattern is very clear, only dev and his friends are now there, very rare high rank accounts, but its not my problem.

absolutely - they basically copied and pasted from another coin - and asked loads of mugs to join in an airdrop to keep it going over a year - 40 weeks i think - after the 40th airdrop i will watch with eager anticipation to see how this unfolds.

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November 22, 2017, 10:51:58 PM
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Are you really promoting this coin ?, I don't see you carrying any DeepOnion Material, what exactly do you have to gain by this accusation. Yes that's exactly what it is you going on a hunch that something might happen and your proof is the premine staking. This was discussed in the thread and everyone  agreed what the extra coins from POS being generated was going to be used for.

It seems like you on a crusade to defame this brand at all costs. Its like saying oh he has a gun with bullets he will probably kill someone, you cant judge on what has not happened. I find this really premature and really no substance in what you trying to achieve.

what would be the world without people that volutarily reveal evil and are righteus by nature for free? right we would have to pay constantly for everything to get honest information at all.

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November 22, 2017, 10:56:04 PM
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if only 400 people are receiving the airdrop then surely this is a centralized currency? - the wealthy few - the trading volume is really low on the exchanges so no one is buying the tokens.

Looks like a major hold and dump at the end of the airdrop run. Prove me wrong deeponion please.

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November 22, 2017, 10:58:54 PM
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and only a few hundred people left in the inner circle, because they kicked all the other people time by time for suspiscious reason.
So dev, his friends and all their sockpuppets earn onions every time and some people without this insiderknowledge will buy the worthless coin.
Well, first of all it is not worthless since you have already a fluently working wallet and easily can make some transactions over the TOR network as well as using the DeepVault feature to validate documents. The reason why there is only a relatively small circle of Airdrop receivers is because the Airdrop is concepted to value the believers and supporters of this project and not some random people that only want to make a quick buck. That is also the reason why you get a founder status in the upcoming Votecentral if you participate in 21+ Airdrop rounds. The devs are passionate about building a strong community and in my opinion this makes them just more trustworthy. With their skills they could easily do a fake ICO and get a whole bunch of money if their only intention was to scam people.

Deepvault is nothing.  The functionality to put document hashes on a blockchain existed in 2009. It has nothing to do with a privacy coin also.

Centralizing the coin makes it useless - except as a pump and dump coin at the end of the airdrop.
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November 22, 2017, 10:59:26 PM
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I guess it happened again and again that coins get accused of being scams, and that they are successful anyway. Ethereum was called a scam, Iota is called a scam, and as for Dash, this thread was just nearby this one:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=995710.0

So my advise is to use the word scam only when incontrovertible.

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November 22, 2017, 11:07:25 PM
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I guess it happened again and again that coins get accused of being scams, and that they are successful anyway. Ethereum was called a scam, Iota is called a scam, and as for Dash, this thread was just nearby this one:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=995710.0

So my advise is to use the word scam only when incontrovertible.

Whether or not a coin makes money is not the benchmark to determine whether it's a scam or not.

Regardless. None of those are clonecoins with no innovation whatsoever. ETH is a scam, albeit one that has made some people extremely wealthy. If you think about it, that's clearly part of a scam. Somebody gets rich or else the scam is pointless.
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November 22, 2017, 11:12:52 PM
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I guess it happened again and again that coins get accused of being scams, and that they are successful anyway. Ethereum was called a scam, Iota is called a scam, and as for Dash, this thread was just nearby this one:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=995710.0

So my advise is to use the word scam only when incontrovertible.

Whether or not a coin makes money is not the benchmark to determine whether it's a scam or not.

Regardless. None of those are clonecoins with no innovation whatsoever. ETH is a scam, albeit one that has made some people extremely wealthy. If you think about it, that's clearly part of a scam. Somebody gets rich or else the scam is pointless.

shame on you - now the whole of crypto could be considered a scam....

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November 23, 2017, 04:26:56 AM
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Thank for promote ONION free
You can check their process, their comunity
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Btw, if they scam, they will sell all your coin at 5$. NO need build new website, build Onion Shop


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November 23, 2017, 05:10:24 AM
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I guess it happened again and again that coins get accused of being scams, and that they are successful anyway. Ethereum was called a scam, Iota is called a scam, and as for Dash, this thread was just nearby this one:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=995710.0

So my advise is to use the word scam only when incontrovertible.

Whether or not a coin makes money is not the benchmark to determine whether it's a scam or not.

Regardless. None of those are clonecoins with no innovation whatsoever. ETH is a scam, albeit one that has made some people extremely wealthy. If you think about it, that's clearly part of a scam. Somebody gets rich or else the scam is pointless.

shame on you - now the whole of crypto could be considered a scam....

Why would you think that?
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November 23, 2017, 05:11:17 AM
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hey i am very surprised to hear that, how dare you to definitely say that on dev team?all what you stated are lies. DEEPONIONS isn't a rip-off and it'll never be. This the symbol of the futute. assistance it guys. don't let this sort of people change your point of view for the gold coin.Peace and Adore

You're definitely an expert.
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November 23, 2017, 06:40:28 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.
people might be making money with their airdrop, what about the people that are being banned restrict from having access, and their fund is inside.. what will be the faith of those people?

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November 23, 2017, 12:06:10 PM
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You people just deserve to lose every single cent you own.

You dont need to be a full stack dev to see that this a huge pile of bullshit.

A working wallet and storing text on the blockchain is something you hype?

I really would like to harass you with some mean words but i will just stop here...  Roll Eyes


Everytime you sell your deep-shit-tokens and someone buys it you are scamming some innocent crypto noobs.

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November 23, 2017, 01:20:31 PM
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You people just deserve to lose every single cent you own.

You dont need to be a full stack dev to see that this a huge pile of bullshit.

A working wallet and storing text on the blockchain is something you hype?

I really would like to harass you with some mean words but i will just stop here...  Roll Eyes


Everytime you sell your deep-shit-tokens and someone buys it you are scamming some innocent crypto noobs.

lol - i was looking forward to those mean words dammit!

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November 23, 2017, 01:26:09 PM
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There is only one true solution to this:

Start ShallowShallotCoin, 100% transparent, 100% pre-mined, 100% given away for free - no signatures required. Just a reply to a thread.

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November 23, 2017, 01:32:21 PM
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There is only one true solution to this:

Start ShallowShallotCoin, 100% transparent, 100% pre-mined, 100% given away for free - no signatures required. Just a reply to a thread.



Not a bad idea. We could buy it onto cryptopia just like they did.
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November 23, 2017, 11:31:40 PM
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I guess it happened again and again that coins get accused of being scams, and that they are successful anyway. Ethereum was called a scam, Iota is called a scam, and as for Dash, this thread was just nearby this one:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=995710.0

So my advise is to use the word scam only when incontrovertible.

Whether or not a coin makes money is not the benchmark to determine whether it's a scam or not.

Regardless. None of those are clonecoins with no innovation whatsoever. ETH is a scam, albeit one that has made some people extremely wealthy. If you think about it, that's clearly part of a scam. Somebody gets rich or else the scam is pointless.

shame on you - now the whole of crypto could be considered a scam....

In fact the mainstream is considering the whole crypto a scam just because everybody becomes rich (except those who get poor). If tomorrow Satoshi Nakamoto awakes from Limbo and sells his millions of instamined Bitcoins, well, who is the scamcoin then? If DeepOnion is considered a scam only because the devs are holding a lot of coins, what do you have to say about the million+ Bitcoins of Satoshi Nakamoto? He still keeps them, he didn't give them to the poor...

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November 24, 2017, 11:59:08 AM
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I guess it happened again and again that coins get accused of being scams, and that they are successful anyway. Ethereum was called a scam, Iota is called a scam, and as for Dash, this thread was just nearby this one:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=995710.0

So my advise is to use the word scam only when incontrovertible.

Whether or not a coin makes money is not the benchmark to determine whether it's a scam or not.

Regardless. None of those are clonecoins with no innovation whatsoever. ETH is a scam, albeit one that has made some people extremely wealthy. If you think about it, that's clearly part of a scam. Somebody gets rich or else the scam is pointless.

shame on you - now the whole of crypto could be considered a scam....

In fact the mainstream is considering the whole crypto a scam just because everybody becomes rich (except those who get poor). If tomorrow Satoshi Nakamoto awakes from Limbo and sells his millions of instamined Bitcoins, well, who is the scamcoin then? If DeepOnion is considered a scam only because the devs are holding a lot of coins, what do you have to say about the million+ Bitcoins of Satoshi Nakamoto? He still keeps them, he didn't give them to the poor...

So many successfull coins get premined massivly without such an Airdrop mechanism in place. Check out Ripple as an example. If the coin is good, it does not hurt the value. The founders deserve to get rich.

You have two options.

1. Continue to spread FUD about DeepOnion and you get nothing.
2. Come on bord and get rich together with us. You can do Domination tasks to increase your amount of Deeppoints and get coins worth 100 USD (only at the moment, it has huge potential to become 10000 USD) easily within one week.

It is up to you. The progress of the coin is too good, you cannot stop it, no chance. Each day we have 100 new members in the Forum. We dominate already plenty of videos, Reddit, Steemit, Medium, Insta, Youtube, ..........

Check out new videos of DeepOnion. It starts to get serious. Just a few examples:

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November 24, 2017, 01:13:44 PM
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Nobody wants to join your closed source deep-shit-coin which has barely 30 k daily volume on shitopia (over half of it is fake volume anyway lol).

So basically it is 5 shitters from nigeria making some thousand $ per month while all the 3rd world shitters from indonesia, vietnam, phillipines etc are making 5 $ per month for shilling this scam.

Congratz for the next level mlm marketing sheme you suckers created and which only 50 iq idiots from shitghanistan fall for.

I think it might be a good time to red tag every deep-shit coin shill with negative trust.

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Fucking famous youtuber with 28 followers. Yo noeeel - seems you got a lot of deep-shit in your head Smiley

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