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June 23, 2011, 12:00:54 PM
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Hi all...

I started a small blog on my BitCoin expierences...

It's at: http://BitCoin-Boy.antville.org

I just bought some bitcoin at Bitcoin7.com

All expierences and trading I do will be logged there Smiley

Greetz,
Peter Lunk
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June 23, 2011, 01:14:57 PM
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Bitcoin7.com is very, very shady. I don't know if you didn't know this, or if you were paid by them to say this, but do not use Bitcoin7. They have bribed members with varying levels of success to advertise them in the past, including at least one moderator. They also stole much of their text from Tradehill, later claiming that it was done without their knowledge by a copywriter under their employ.

Do. Not. Use. Bitcoin7.

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June 23, 2011, 01:28:34 PM
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Hi again...

No i am not paid for annything...
And in no way associated with bitcoin7.com

I am aware of the shady stories and the MTGox crises etc...

But investing is allways a risky business...
And i decided to give BitCoin7 a try...

I dont see (from my noob standpoint) why 1 exchange would be better then another at the moment...
And I wont comment on these alligations anymore after this...

Grtz,
Peter Lunk

P.S. I'll wait for more comments from real expierenced users...
For all I know you with your 21 posts (not much i.m.o.)
Could be from another site wich wants to discredit the bitcoin7.com people...
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June 23, 2011, 01:41:18 PM
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Hahaha, oh wow.

Why would you even try that when you knew I could disprove you with a couple clicks? Now I know you're a Bitcoin7 puppet.

http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=17043.msg220972#msg220972
http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=17043.msg220889#msg220889

There, posts from extremely established users corroborating with everything I just said. Or, you could check my post history and see the quality posts I've put out so far at a rate of 1.5 a day.

So yeah, like I said, Bitcoin7 is bad news. You're just proving my point by existing.

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June 23, 2011, 01:57:31 PM
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Thanks for pointing those out to me...

I was NEVER approached by annyone to promo annything...
I'm not and will never be annyone's puppet !

I obviously missed those posts...
And I am concidering withdrawing my btc to my own wallet...

Even though your way of attacking me is very much to my disliking...
I will mention those posts and our conversation on my next blogpost...

If I have your concent to republish your comments...

greetz,
Peter Lunk
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June 23, 2011, 02:16:43 PM
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@Tronlet

plz check my last blog-post:
http://bitcoin-boy.antville.org/

I'm not a tool for annyone or anything...
Im just new to BTC...
and new on this forum...

Never meant annyone no harm...

But...

How can I ever be sure wich exchange to use ?
With all the bad and good comments from all levels of users going in against eachother...

grtz,
Peter Lunk
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June 23, 2011, 02:24:58 PM
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Oh hey, I'm sorry, it's totally cool.

With Bitcoin7's history of bribing people to say stuff like that I just assumed.

Well, the two most popular are Tradehill and Mt. Gox.

A point against Mt. Gox is of course the fiasco that has happened recently with the hack, however a point I have heard raised is that Tradehill is much newer and has not yet been tested at all, and could have a flaw just as bad.

However, a method I think works fine is to just not keep too much money in your Tradehill or Mt. Gox account, whichever one you choose. They both seem to be relatively trustworthy services, however, and Mt. Gox dealt with the hacking as well as they could.

Sorry about the hate, you just really looked like one of the advertisers. No hard feelings? Smiley

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June 23, 2011, 02:41:42 PM
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High again Smiley

Appologies totally accepted...  Wink

Well I am being causious with bitcoin7.com asswell...
I invested only 50 Euro's wich is playmoney just to experiment with...

I am concidering keeping this amount on bitcoin7.com
and tracking all that happens with it on my blog...

Ill just add new cash to the other exchanges and do the same there...

This whay I'll slowly build up a good comparisson atst Wink

Greetz,
PL
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