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December 05, 2017, 07:13:08 PM
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so basically a pyramid pump-n-dump scheme?
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December 05, 2017, 07:40:04 PM
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The one who has no credibility is your scam developer crypto-rainbow. And yes, he wrote himself that he is from China. Otherwise how could I know? Anyway, what does it matter? What matters is the -16 trust rating he accumulated. That speaks for itself

The dev said you got banned for dumping your airdropped coins and making multiple accounts to cheat the system. 
Well, that also speaks for itself, it is a complete lie. I bought almost 1000 Onions just before I was banned. Maybe you need to ask the monkii guy, because he did it. Not for dumping my coins, which would anyway be 100% legit as they are my coins, no, for speaking up about the domination spam. They wiped their traces, so there is no prove of it either way. But it's not my problem anyway. I do not run a scam operation and I do not need to be afraid of the truth.
Buddy, I may not be sure about the exact reason you were banned from the DeepOnion forum, but seeing your behavior in this thread, the person who banned you was 100% correct in doing so and the rest of the forum a favor. You're like the ex who doesn't understand why he was dumped and keeps stalking his girlfriend. I haven't seen such an obsessive personality in a while. You want my advice? Leave DeepOnion alone and find another crypto to make you profit. What you're doing is a) toxic and b) free advertisement for DeepOnion. So, you're not gaining anything.

Great analysis noobie!!

Oh wait, nobody cares what you think.
That's why you quoted and answered it, right?

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December 05, 2017, 08:02:27 PM
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Wrote that already, you can do arbitrage trading at Cryptopia. Sell in LTC market and buy back in BTC market. It's the only coin I know of with such a spread, due to them forcing their "airdrop" participants to have the coins in their wallet to get a weekly dividend (which is not an airdrop as they pretend).

WOW it just gets better & better  Cheesy

How much more "legit" can this shit coin get ?

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December 05, 2017, 08:06:11 PM
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Wrote that already, you can do arbitrage trading at Cryptopia. Sell in LTC market and buy back in BTC market. It's the only coin I know of with such a spread, due to them forcing their "airdrop" participants to have the coins in their wallet to get a weekly dividend (which is not an airdrop as they pretend).

WOW it just gets better & better  Cheesy

How much more "legit" can this shit coin get ?
Time will tell. I'm glad I stayed out of it though.

It looked like it could just barely end up being legit originally, but the new rules have tilted it so far into ponzi scheme territory that I wouldn't even throw monopoly money at it.
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December 06, 2017, 12:08:12 AM
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The one who has no credibility is your scam developer crypto-rainbow. And yes, he wrote himself that he is from China. Otherwise how could I know? Anyway, what does it matter? What matters is the -16 trust rating he accumulated. That speaks for itself

The dev said you got banned for dumping your airdropped coins and making multiple accounts to cheat the system. 
Well, that also speaks for itself, it is a complete lie. I bought almost 1000 Onions just before I was banned. Maybe you need to ask the monkii guy, because he did it. Not for dumping my coins, which would anyway be 100% legit as they are my coins, no, for speaking up about the domination spam. They wiped their traces, so there is no prove of it either way. But it's not my problem anyway. I do not run a scam operation and I do not need to be afraid of the truth.
Buddy, I may not be sure about the exact reason you were banned from the DeepOnion forum, but seeing your behavior in this thread, the person who banned you was 100% correct in doing so and the rest of the forum a favor. You're like the ex who doesn't understand why he was dumped and keeps stalking his girlfriend. I haven't seen such an obsessive personality in a while. You want my advice? Leave DeepOnion alone and find another crypto to make you profit. What you're doing is a) toxic and b) free advertisement for DeepOnion. So, you're not gaining anything.

Great analysis noobie!!

Oh wait, nobody cares what you think.

You should care, because he is on point. It's always good for a laugh, but in the end it actually pretty sad that people take so much effort in something ridiculously.
It's okay, I don't mind people who are just trying to tear me down for being a newbie in crypto. I'm not a newbie in life or trading, though. In fact, I'm an Economics major and I know for a fact that my Economics class would laugh these bozos out of town for their stupidity. I'm actually chuckling right now, typing these lines.

Not to mention that every time I try to present a logical argument someone will reply with an insult. And people are reading this, people who hopefully have the common sense to see who is right and who is wrong here. Oh, well, I tried  Grin

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December 06, 2017, 03:38:36 AM
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Wow..really ? I don't want to make quick conclusions, but it doesn't sound all right to me.Will be watching it closely and see how it ends !
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December 06, 2017, 03:43:05 AM
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Wow..really ? I don't want to make quick conclusions, but it doesn't sound all right to me.Will be watching it closely and see how it ends !
Same here I don't want to judge right away and besides most of all coins can be scam if the team want to scam people. DeepOnion is still very new and still have room to grow lets wait for it to make changes. As long as the dev is active and doing well then I am going to follow this project.

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December 06, 2017, 06:56:42 AM
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Ponzi is in full swing now, it is cleverly done, but still obvious.

According to DO they gain 500 new members each week. This means each of them has to buy 100 of an otherwise worthless premined coin.

This makes it 500 x 100 x 3.10$ = 155kUS$ each week in free income for the anonymous "developers" while the price is still artificially driven higher and lemming growth increases as well. Wondering if they pay tax on it Wink.

Trading volume is significantly up now, meaning the dump of premined coins has already begun. The threshold to trigger this appears to have been a price of 2.5$ per coin.
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December 06, 2017, 08:10:58 AM
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Deep onion one of the most hype airdrop this year,I hope the news of it been a scam is false.Too much airdrop this year

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December 06, 2017, 09:28:17 AM
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I am really curious to see how this is going to play out!
I guess we will definitely know when the airdrop is over.
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December 06, 2017, 10:31:27 AM
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Ponzi is in full swing now, it is cleverly done, but still obvious.

According to DO they gain 500 new members each week. This means each of them has to buy 100 of an otherwise worthless premined coin.

This makes it 500 x 100 x 3.10$ = 155kUS$ each week in free income for the anonymous "developers" while the price is still artificially driven higher and lemming growth increases as well. Wondering if they pay tax on it Wink.

Trading volume is significantly up now, meaning the dump of premined coins has already begun. The threshold to trigger this appears to have been a price of 2.5$ per coin.

I'm really curious to know how many of the early airdrop participants are sock puppet accounts.
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December 06, 2017, 11:18:38 AM
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Ponzi is in full swing now, it is cleverly done, but still obvious.

According to DO they gain 500 new members each week. This means each of them has to buy 100 of an otherwise worthless premined coin.

This makes it 500 x 100 x 3.10$ = 155kUS$ each week in free income for the anonymous "developers" while the price is still artificially driven higher and lemming growth increases as well. Wondering if they pay tax on it Wink.

Trading volume is significantly up now, meaning the dump of premined coins has already begun. The threshold to trigger this appears to have been a price of 2.5$ per coin.

I'm really curious to know how many of the early airdrop participants are sock puppet accounts.
They could have just increased the amount of the coins they keep for themselfs, no need to set up sock puppet accounts. But it shows pretty good that your thoughts are not driven by straight reasoning but paranoia.

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December 06, 2017, 11:29:35 AM
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Why would I be paranoid? I'm not involved in this scam business, coins sold, done. I just watch it and I find it interesting.

Did you notice the immense volume going up the last few days? That is not DO members dropping their coins in the thousands in single transactions. That is the premined coins that are now introduced into the market step by step, not to spoil the price at once.

There are 18 million of them in the hands of the anonymous "developers". At the current price of ~3.8x$ that makes it a whopping 70 million dollar in hard cash. And all you lemmings are paying for it.

I'm just wondering when the tax authorities get interested in this "anonymous operation".  
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December 06, 2017, 11:36:23 AM
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I think this will nver happen since the very first organization which will stop this from happening may be the government by itself, I believe that they'll try to manage bitcoin because of their greediness more than money.e
You are absolutely wrong. The state should not interfere in these matters, regulation is the business of the market, so we need a free market, scam must be destroyed by the market.

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December 06, 2017, 11:46:45 AM
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Ponzi is in full swing now, it is cleverly done, but still obvious.

According to DO they gain 500 new members each week. This means each of them has to buy 100 of an otherwise worthless premined coin.

This makes it 500 x 100 x 3.10$ = 155kUS$ each week in free income for the anonymous "developers" while the price is still artificially driven higher and lemming growth increases as well. Wondering if they pay tax on it Wink.

Trading volume is significantly up now, meaning the dump of premined coins has already begun. The threshold to trigger this appears to have been a price of 2.5$ per coin.

I'm really curious to know how many of the early airdrop participants are sock puppet accounts.
They could have just increased the amount of the coins they keep for themselfs, no need to set up sock puppet accounts. But it shows pretty good that your thoughts are not driven by straight reasoning but paranoia.

No, you don't understand marketing.  Making up a coin and keeping it all for yourself doesn't accomplish anything.  Making up a coin and generating a fuckton of fake buzz about it through a fake "airdrop" campaign using sockpuppet accounts -- now that makes money.
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December 06, 2017, 11:50:54 AM
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Ponzi is in full swing now, it is cleverly done, but still obvious.

According to DO they gain 500 new members each week. This means each of them has to buy 100 of an otherwise worthless premined coin.

This makes it 500 x 100 x 3.10$ = 155kUS$ each week in free income for the anonymous "developers" while the price is still artificially driven higher and lemming growth increases as well. Wondering if they pay tax on it Wink.

Trading volume is significantly up now, meaning the dump of premined coins has already begun. The threshold to trigger this appears to have been a price of 2.5$ per coin.

Strong basic math there, but I don't see what your actual point is? Surely if this 'dump' had begun the price would be on the decline rather than increasing? Surely and influx in sell orders, then basic economics would say supply outweighs demands and the price falls?

You mention 'artificially driven higher', but don't mention how.

I'm not having a go at you, I just want to understand your point of view and why you are saying these things.

As someone that's part of the community, I can assure you that the dev team and those around them have been nothing but approachable, transparent and helpful. It's genuinely a great, active, community with really really dedicated people.

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December 06, 2017, 12:30:10 PM
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Pretty simple, they just started to dump the premined coins at a low rate. It is multiple orders in the high 3 and 4 digits now, these are certainly not normal members selling their coins 2 days before the "airdrop". The increased volume speaks also for this.

It's a predictable game, price stagnates, reduce the dump. price goes up, increase the dump. Just don't do it all at once or it will collapse.
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Ponzi is in full swing now, it is cleverly done, but still obvious.

According to DO they gain 500 new members each week. This means each of them has to buy 100 of an otherwise worthless premined coin.

This makes it 500 x 100 x 3.10$ = 155kUS$ each week in free income for the anonymous "developers" while the price is still artificially driven higher and lemming growth increases as well. Wondering if they pay tax on it Wink.

Trading volume is significantly up now, meaning the dump of premined coins has already begun. The threshold to trigger this appears to have been a price of 2.5$ per coin.

Strong basic math there, but I don't see what your actual point is? Surely if this 'dump' had begun the price would be on the decline rather than increasing? Surely and influx in sell orders, then basic economics would say supply outweighs demands and the price falls?

You mention 'artificially driven higher', but don't mention how.

I'm not having a go at you, I just want to understand your point of view and why you are saying these things.

As someone that's part of the community, I can assure you that the dev team and those around them have been nothing but approachable, transparent and helpful. It's genuinely a great, active, community with really really dedicated people.

How can you possibly call a team “transparent”, when you don’t even know who they are?
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December 06, 2017, 01:11:30 PM
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Ponzi is in full swing now, it is cleverly done, but still obvious.

According to DO they gain 500 new members each week. This means each of them has to buy 100 of an otherwise worthless premined coin.

This makes it 500 x 100 x 3.10$ = 155kUS$ each week in free income for the anonymous "developers" while the price is still artificially driven higher and lemming growth increases as well. Wondering if they pay tax on it Wink.

Trading volume is significantly up now, meaning the dump of premined coins has already begun. The threshold to trigger this appears to have been a price of 2.5$ per coin.

Strong basic math there, but I don't see what your actual point is? Surely if this 'dump' had begun the price would be on the decline rather than increasing? Surely and influx in sell orders, then basic economics would say supply outweighs demands and the price falls?

You mention 'artificially driven higher', but don't mention how.

I'm not having a go at you, I just want to understand your point of view and why you are saying these things.

As someone that's part of the community, I can assure you that the dev team and those around them have been nothing but approachable, transparent and helpful. It's genuinely a great, active, community with really really dedicated people.
Low volume makes wash trading insanely easy. Especially if you control far more than 50% of the supply, which the dev team does (without taking the airdrop bags into account).
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December 06, 2017, 01:36:11 PM
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Pretty simple, they just started to dump the premined coins at a low rate. It is multiple orders in the high 3 and 4 digits now, these are certainly not normal members selling their coins 2 days before the "airdrop". The increased volume speaks also for this.

It's a predictable game, price stagnates, reduce the dump. price goes up, increase the dump. Just don't do it all at once or it will collapse.

Well some people may sell because it's at a high.

I'm no expert here, so feel free to educate/argue against, but dumping premined coins at a low rate only really works when their are orders to buy, doesn't it? Whether low price or not, if orders aren't met and there are significantly more sell orders than buy, then a coin falls in value.

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