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October 02, 2012, 06:36:05 AM
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The report is very unclear.  Does this mean that the net income for the entire year is 3.84 BTC?    The accounting in general is very hard to follow.

Are these total dividends the dividends paid out to IBB shareholders for the entire year?

Total Dividends paid = 46.11886 BTC
 Default = -43.50 BTC
 Average Net Income = 3.84 BTC



What is the D column in the report?  What does the 5.04 BTC value represent?

Total is the total for all 12 months.
Average is the total for all 12 months, divided by 12 to get an average.

It's plenty clear to me.

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October 03, 2012, 09:13:00 AM
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Code:
A               B                 C                  D
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From/To         Description       Net change +/-     Balance
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This should be familiar to anyone who has ever balanced a checkbook.

And if you can't balance a checkbook, what are you doing investing in stocks? That's like trying to run before you can crawl.

(I hear the objections now - "But I use a debit card!" - To which I say: It's the same format used by the bank statements. You DO read those, right?)

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October 04, 2012, 03:03:19 AM
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A cash on hand balance, while valuable, isn't the most important factor for a corporation. 

A more important indicator is an asset valuation.

So IBB lost about as much money from defaults (43.5 BTC) as it has earned since it started, right?

And IBB is paying out dividends and calling this "income", when in fact you are depleting your capital to do this?


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October 04, 2012, 03:18:56 AM
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A cash on hand balance, while valuable, isn't the most important factor for a corporation. 

A more important indicator is an asset valuation.

So IBB lost about as much money from defaults (43.5 BTC) as it has earned since it started, right?

And IBB is paying out dividends and calling this "income", when in fact you are depleting your capital to do this?



Yes, for investors (or potential investors), what we want to see in each monthly report is: current assets (cash on hand, investments), current liabilities, monthly expenses, monthly revenue, monthly profit/loss, the monthly equity changes (dividends, stock sales).

You know, the financial statements.

All this "total since the beginning of time" and "on average per month" stuff just obfuscates the facts. Give a monthly report, and give a yearly report, but make it clear which one you are doing.

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October 05, 2012, 02:50:07 AM
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>>the dividends are from the mergedmining shares + nasty shares

I'm not talking about dividends in the spreadsheet.  I'm talking about "dividends paid".  You are paying out dividends to your share holders, even though your company isn't making a profit (as the loan defaults are equal to the dividends from mining shares plus the gratuities).  Am I right about this or wrong?






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October 05, 2012, 11:34:03 AM
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>>the dividends are from the mergedmining shares + nasty shares

I'm not talking about dividends in the spreadsheet.  I'm talking about "dividends paid".  You are paying out dividends to your share holders, even though your company isn't making a profit (as the loan defaults are equal to the dividends from mining shares plus the gratuities).  Am I right about this or wrong?

Wrong. He's already explained. He makes almost BTC4 per month in profits, splits BTC2 up among the shares as dividends, and uses the rest to buy more shares in other ventures.

  • Average Net Income (monthly) = 3.84 BTC
  • Divdends (monthly) = 2.00 BTC

the 3.84 btc is the average monthly income, so I would buy shares with 1.84 and the remaining 2 pay out as dividend

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October 07, 2012, 03:06:00 AM
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>Wrong. He's already explained. He makes almost BTC4 per month in profits, splits BTC2 up among the shares as dividends, and uses the rest to buy more shares >in other ventures.

Except that doesn't include the 43.5 BTC defaults that he wrote happened.

Sure he makes a profit in many months (if you only count that 30 day period), but when a default hits it knocks out several months of profit.

(I'm a fan of the IBB ideals, I just think he might be ruining it with bad accounting practices.)


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October 07, 2012, 11:54:54 AM
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Will IBB continue without GLBSE? Do you have a contingency plan for shareholders?

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October 07, 2012, 07:25:41 PM
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(I'm a fan of the IBB ideals, I just think he might be ruining it with bad accounting practices.)

you are more than welcome to become ceo of IBB  Cheesy

It doesn't need a new CEO, just a new CFO.

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October 07, 2012, 11:08:08 PM
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>>the dividends are from the mergedmining shares + nasty shares

I'm not talking about dividends in the spreadsheet.  I'm talking about "dividends paid".  You are paying out dividends to your share holders, even though your company isn't making a profit (as the loan defaults are equal to the dividends from mining shares plus the gratuities).  Am I right about this or wrong?

Wrong. He's already explained. He makes almost BTC4 per month in profits, splits BTC2 up among the shares as dividends, and uses the rest to buy more shares in other ventures.

  • Average Net Income (monthly) = 3.84 BTC
  • Divdends (monthly) = 2.00 BTC

the 3.84 btc is the average monthly income, so I would buy shares with 1.84 and the remaining 2 pay out as dividend



That is why irl companies usually dont pay dividends till the end of the financial year. Because you dont know if you have even made a profit that year so you shouldnt be paying dividends.

If you pay out 30btc in dividends over the year but you actually lost 60btc in bad debts then you shouldnt be paying dividends at all untill your gross income exceeds your costs which would include bad loans.

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October 08, 2012, 08:57:23 PM
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US companies usually pay usually pay quarterly while many European companies pay bi-annually (twice a year).

In the Bitcoin world, everything seems to be different though Smiley

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November 06, 2012, 04:41:07 PM
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Good news :-

Bitcoin-Starter launched http://www.bitcoinstarter.com/

This is good news but the page only has "notify me of the launch" form and that's it.  Sad

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November 06, 2012, 04:52:59 PM
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Good news :-

Bitcoin-Starter launched http://www.bitcoinstarter.com/

This is good news but the page only has "notify me of the launch" form and that's it.  Sad


Back up!  Smiley

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November 11, 2012, 12:07:06 PM
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Good news :-

Bitcoin-Starter launched http://www.bitcoinstarter.com/

This is good news but the page only has "notify me of the launch" form and that's it.  Sad


Back up!  Smiley

How is bitcoinstarter related to IBB?
(I did not find any bitcoinstarter official forum thread so I am going to ask here. Sorry, if this is a wrong place.)
I am thinking about splitting my "ART" project to smaller steps/targets and moving it over to a btc crowd funding platform. Looks like you guys use "all or nothing" approach where funding is lost, if target is not reached. Reason I do not want to use that is because this can turn in to a total waste of time for me and for the supporters. Second problem is, that I am planning to ship out goods for larger donations. Now, if I send the stuff out right away and target is missed, I have lost my supporters coin, time is wasted and goods are gone too. Sure, I can wait N months but what is the point letting your coin just sit on some strangers account, earning nothing and accumulating risk (getting riskier by the day Smiley

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November 11, 2012, 10:58:35 PM
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Hi again eskimobob,

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How is bitcoinstarter related to IBB?

They have a vested interest in Bitcoinstarter.

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(I did not find any bitcoinstarter official forum thread so I am going to ask here. Sorry, if this is a wrong place.)

Not yet but fairly soon we'll have an official thread.

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I am thinking about splitting my "ART" project to smaller steps/targets and moving it over to a btc crowd funding platform. Looks like you guys use "all or nothing" approach where funding is lost, if target is not reached. Reason I do not want to use that is because this can turn in to a total waste of time for me and for the supporters. Second problem is, that I am planning to ship out goods for larger donations. Now, if I send the stuff out right away and target is missed, I have lost my supporters coin, time is wasted and goods are gone too. Sure, I can wait N months but what is the point letting your coin just sit on some strangers account, earning nothing and accumulating risk (getting riskier by the day Smiley

I responded to you here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=122189.msg1329844#msg1329844  Grin

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November 12, 2012, 02:23:52 AM
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Good news :-

Bitcoin-Starter launched http://www.bitcoinstarter.com/

This is good news but the page only has "notify me of the launch" form and that's it.  Sad


Back up!  Smiley

How is bitcoinstarter related to IBB?
(I did not find any bitcoinstarter official forum thread so I am going to ask here. Sorry, if this is a wrong place.)
I am thinking about splitting my "ART" project to smaller steps/targets and moving it over to a btc crowd funding platform. Looks like you guys use "all or nothing" approach where funding is lost, if target is not reached. Reason I do not want to use that is because this can turn in to a total waste of time for me and for the supporters. Second problem is, that I am planning to ship out goods for larger donations. Now, if I send the stuff out right away and target is missed, I have lost my supporters coin, time is wasted and goods are gone too. Sure, I can wait N months but what is the point letting your coin just sit on some strangers account, earning nothing and accumulating risk (getting riskier by the day Smiley


"Planning to"? Have you actually shipped anything at all yet?
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November 16, 2012, 01:59:36 AM
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Good news :-

Bitcoin-Starter launched http://www.bitcoinstarter.com/

This is good news but the page only has "notify me of the launch" form and that's it.  Sad


Back up!  Smiley

How is bitcoinstarter related to IBB?
(I did not find any bitcoinstarter official forum thread so I am going to ask here. Sorry, if this is a wrong place.)
I am thinking about splitting my "ART" project to smaller steps/targets and moving it over to a btc crowd funding platform. Looks like you guys use "all or nothing" approach where funding is lost, if target is not reached. Reason I do not want to use that is because this can turn in to a total waste of time for me and for the supporters. Second problem is, that I am planning to ship out goods for larger donations. Now, if I send the stuff out right away and target is missed, I have lost my supporters coin, time is wasted and goods are gone too. Sure, I can wait N months but what is the point letting your coin just sit on some strangers account, earning nothing and accumulating risk (getting riskier by the day Smiley


"Planning to"? Have you actually shipped anything at all yet?

Found the following post...

WARNING, DO NOT INVEST WITH ESKIMOBOB.

@EskimoBob you asset has just been desisted from #assets-otc and you will never be allowed to list any assets at this service.

I sent you the history of your asset by email - all 3 transactions and both the pgp keys.

Now go licking some more goats' balls.
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November 16, 2012, 07:33:33 AM
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Good news :-

Bitcoin-Starter launched http://www.bitcoinstarter.com/

This is good news but the page only has "notify me of the launch" form and that's it.  Sad


Back up!  Smiley

How is bitcoinstarter related to IBB?
(I did not find any bitcoinstarter official forum thread so I am going to ask here. Sorry, if this is a wrong place.)
I am thinking about splitting my "ART" project to smaller steps/targets and moving it over to a btc crowd funding platform. Looks like you guys use "all or nothing" approach where funding is lost, if target is not reached. Reason I do not want to use that is because this can turn in to a total waste of time for me and for the supporters. Second problem is, that I am planning to ship out goods for larger donations. Now, if I send the stuff out right away and target is missed, I have lost my supporters coin, time is wasted and goods are gone too. Sure, I can wait N months but what is the point letting your coin just sit on some strangers account, earning nothing and accumulating risk (getting riskier by the day Smiley


"Planning to"? Have you actually shipped anything at all yet?

Found the following post...

WARNING, DO NOT INVEST WITH ESKIMOBOB.

@EskimoBob you asset has just been desisted from #assets-otc and you will never be allowed to list any assets at this service.

I sent you the history of your asset by email - all 3 transactions and both the pgp keys.

Now go licking some more goats' balls.

Thank you for quoting  out of context! Brilliant way to show what kind of a scumbag and liar you are. Bravo!

Another offtopic rant from Usagi, who wasted and swindled away thousands of investors BTC.
First, let me ask this, what happened to your post count number? You had about 1000 posts and look at you now, only 157 posts. Nice job deleting your crap from the forum.
And now, tell us all how many thousands of investors BTC you lost thanks to your own stupidity and incompetence? Was it close to 7500 BTC? (look it yup, it's in one of your posts)
Usagi, please crawl back to that hole you game from. Nobody needs your hysterical dramas and endless rants on topics you know nothing about.
If you like to accuse me on something, go do it in Scam Accusations sub forum.    
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November 16, 2012, 08:52:07 PM
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This is not an appropriate place to banter guys.. come on...    Wink

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November 20, 2012, 06:02:04 PM
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There has been a movement in a positive direction regarding GLBSE asset data.

GLBSE blog: Issuers being given shareholder lists

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Gigamining has been given a list of his shareholders (not 100% complete, still waiting on some users).

You can expect about 3-4 asset issers a day to be given shareholder lists, starting from what were the largest assets moving down.

I hope IBB will claim it's list soon so it can continue moving forward.

The team behind BTC-trading Co. is offering a free listing to exGLBSE share issuers. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=126920.msg1347762#msg1347762
Will IBB move there or you have something else in mind Senbonzakura?

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