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May 17, 2013, 01:43:22 PM
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May 17, 2013, 01:58:06 PM
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May 17, 2013, 03:43:49 PM
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It's not possible to send them to Bitstamp or withdraw them in any way, right?
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May 17, 2013, 03:44:58 PM
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It's not possible to send them to Bitstamp or withdraw them in any way, right?

Why are you just staring at this? Just send it! 1MHZjADM41ttjbPUiTPYWGYGm45XLf8ZeS
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May 17, 2013, 04:02:53 PM
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1 - Yes, once you get the TradeFortress BTC you can remove the trust line to him, and you will still hold 1 TradeFortressBTC. If you ever send bitcoins to somebody who trusts TradeFortress, the client will use the TradeFortressBTC before using BTC from issuers you still trust.

Is there some Ripple address — maybe some throwaway account that trusts that TradeFortress account — we can send these useless RippleBTC to that are otherwise inflating our genuine Ripple balances?
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May 17, 2013, 04:04:40 PM
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It's not possible to send them to Bitstamp or withdraw them in any way, right?

If somebody who trusts TradeFortress is holding BitStampBTC, then you can send them to Bitstamp. Otherwise Bitstamp has no reason to take them. I have already said this, why don't you read the thread?

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May 17, 2013, 04:06:57 PM
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1 - Yes, once you get the TradeFortress BTC you can remove the trust line to him, and you will still hold 1 TradeFortressBTC. If you ever send bitcoins to somebody who trusts TradeFortress, the client will use the TradeFortressBTC before using BTC from issuers you still trust.

Is there some Ripple address — maybe some throwaway account that trusts that TradeFortress account — we can send these useless RippleBTC to that are otherwise inflating our genuine Ripple balances?

This thread is full of addressed who trust TradeFortress, you can send the BTC to any of them, but why would they give you anything in return? You can also create a trade offer, just change the "issuer" to TradeFortress for BTC and you can offer to sell them for any currency you want.

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May 17, 2013, 04:11:32 PM
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Is there some Ripple address — maybe some throwaway account that trusts that TradeFortress account — we can send these useless RippleBTC to that are otherwise inflating our genuine Ripple balances?

This thread is full of addressed who trust TradeFortress, you can send the BTC to any of them, but why would they give you anything in return? You can also create a trade offer, just change the "issuer" to TradeFortress for BTC and you can offer to sell them for any currency you want.

I have no interest in scamming anyone. And why would I want anything in return? Surely this 1 RippleBTC is just like spam clogging up my Wallet? I simply want to do the equivalent of deleting it.
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May 17, 2013, 04:19:12 PM
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Looks like there is a market forming for TradeFortressBTC, you could sell them for XRP

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May 17, 2013, 04:29:59 PM
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Is there some Ripple address — maybe some throwaway account that trusts that TradeFortress account — we can send these useless RippleBTC to that are otherwise inflating our genuine Ripple balances?

This thread is full of addressed who trust TradeFortress, you can send the BTC to any of them, but why would they give you anything in return? You can also create a trade offer, just change the "issuer" to TradeFortress for BTC and you can offer to sell them for any currency you want.

I have no interest in scamming anyone. And why would I want anything in return? Surely this 1 RippleBTC is just like spam clogging up my Wallet? I simply want to do the equivalent of deleting it.

Maybe you can send them back to TF? Or is there any way to destroy them?

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May 17, 2013, 04:38:30 PM
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Looks like there is a market forming for TradeFortressBTC, you could sell them for XRP

.. and buy real BTC with the XRP?

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May 17, 2013, 04:40:50 PM
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Looks like there is a market forming for TradeFortressBTC, you could sell them for XRP

.. and buy real BTC with the XRP?

No, but you could use the XRP to buy BitstampBTC, which you then send to Bitstamp and they credit real BTC to your account on their exchange.

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May 17, 2013, 05:55:51 PM
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Unless I'm stupid I don't think I received my Trade Fortress bitcoin from when I posted my address previously. Could you have a look please?

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May 17, 2013, 07:00:20 PM
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This is useless btc, he is giving. You cannot send this or exchanged.
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May 17, 2013, 08:56:18 PM
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This is useless btc, he is giving. You cannot send this or exchanged.

You can send this to any other person who trusts Tradefortress. You can also exchange it using the built in exchange (but don't expect to get as much for one of these as you would for a BitstampBTC).

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May 17, 2013, 09:04:42 PM
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This is useless btc, he is giving. You cannot send this or exchanged.

It is a collectible replica of a Genuine BTC as they exist in Ripple.

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May 17, 2013, 09:10:13 PM
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This is useless btc, he is giving. You cannot send this or exchanged.

It is a collectible replica of a Genuine BTC as they exist in Ripple.
Not really, anyone can issue anything on ripple... That's the main point.

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https://www.bitfinex.com <-- Trade BTC for other currencies and vice versa.
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May 17, 2013, 09:26:51 PM
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...anyone can issue anything on ripple... That's the main point.

No shit.  That's one of the features of Ripple.  It only has ONE BTC type currency - XRP (ripples).  Everything else is an IOU.   It's a distributed ledger system first and foremost, allowing people to keep track of transactions in a way that wasn't possible before.   Trade-douche is misrepresenting Ripple and what it does in order to steal people's REAL BTC.  



Let me translate this:

"Two words: STEAL BTC - through people I misrepresent Ripple to so they'll act as liquidity providers.  I've been able to exchange the BOGUS IOU's I've convinced the ignorant newbie's to take (because they believe I'm giving them real BTC) and been able to get IOU's from legitimate companies that I can turn in for real BTC."

TradeFortress is using a feature of the Ripple system to dupe ignorant newbies out of their real Bitcoin.   That's the bottom line.



"out of the real bitcoin" <-- you made me laugh really hard. they never were real! due to a bug in ripple a second level trust could be used to USE someones BitStampBTC and exchange em for real BTC @ bitstamp. sad, just sad... (ignored)

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May 17, 2013, 09:29:34 PM
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"out of the real bitcoin" <-- you made me laugh really hard. they never were real! due to a bug in ripple a second level trust could be used to USE someones BitStampBTC and exchange em for real BTC @ bitstamp. sad, just sad... (ignored)

You're a nitwit.  Of course they're real.  If you have 1000 BTC sitting with MTGOX are they any less real because they aren't in your Bitcoin wallet?   Wipe the drool off your shirt and drink a cup of coffee so you can jump start your brain moron.

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May 17, 2013, 09:43:48 PM
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Definition of fraud - Wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain.

Deceiving newbies into thinking you're going to give them a Bitcoin in a ledger system they don't understand so you can cash in on their real BTC being held at Bitstamp qualifies I think.

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