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September 16, 2017, 09:53:39 AM
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September 16, 2017, 10:07:54 AM
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So you bought into their scam and are now mad at crypto.
Decided to make this thread and project your own emotions onto the rest of the envoirment.
I don't feel greedy at all nor led by it.

If you do experience this then you should really take some time-out and not invest to become super duper rich but invest to learn. You may become wiser falling on your ass but you don't learn anything untill you get up.

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September 16, 2017, 10:53:34 AM
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So you bought into their scam and are now mad at crypto.
Decided to make this thread and project your own emotions onto the rest of the envoirment.
I don't feel greedy at all nor led by it.

If you do experience this then you should really take some time-out and not invest to become super duper rich but invest to learn. You may become wiser falling on your ass but you don't learn anything untill you get up.

We have enough cryptocurrencies. How many different types of money people would want to use? 1 or 2. Rest are scams. Other crypto assets, however, is different story. Ethereum is a big example. It's not currency.
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September 16, 2017, 11:02:16 AM
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Hi Cryptounite,

Sounds like they are getting more and more common these days.

I wasn't aware of this ICO until your post, however I just looked at the Regalcoin ANN.

A few hints are there to tell people not to hand over their money.

The initial announcement looks like it took the Dev 3 minutes of time to write, so doesn't show any actual work.

And the first page of the announcement thread is full of Bitcoin Talk forum members warning people about it, even writing in one comment "sad thing is somebody is going to give their money anyway".


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September 16, 2017, 11:09:52 AM
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So you bought into their scam and are now mad at crypto.
Decided to make this thread and project your own emotions onto the rest of the envoirment.
I don't feel greedy at all nor led by it.

If you do experience this then you should really take some time-out and not invest to become super duper rich but invest to learn. You may become wiser falling on your ass but you don't learn anything untill you get up.
who said I am mad at crypto, and who said I put all my money in their scam, you can know things by investing as less as 50$, but you don't know anything unless you don't try it.
Hope it clears some air.
I do appreciate a lot of projects out there, but what I am saying not all fruits are sweet, and there are more sour fruits out there than sweet ones.

I shared this so that people can know what my experience with regal coin is and with all the others that are same like that.

I do learn things without falling and breaking my ass, one can be sad at the level of scam going on even if he didn't lost a lot, emotions can get out for others too.

My thread is not a hate speech for them, it is just what I observed, and you can see similar experiences on the twitter and on this forum too.

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September 16, 2017, 11:11:32 AM
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All these scams ruin investor confidence in legitimate projects!
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September 16, 2017, 11:17:50 AM
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Hi Cryptounite,

Sounds like they are getting more and more common these days.

I wasn't aware of this ICO until your post, however I just looked at the Regalcoin ANN.

A few hints are there to tell people not to hand over their money.

The initial announcement looks like it took the Dev 3 minutes of time to write, so doesn't show any actual work.

And the first page of the announcement thread is full of Bitcoin Talk forum members warning people about it, even writing in one comment "sad thing is somebody is going to give their money anyway".



Yepp, and if you see, they are making 500000$ every day, not only some, but a lot of people are putting their money in it.

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September 16, 2017, 11:28:53 AM
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All these scams ruin investor confidence in legitimate projects!
Sure they do! Undecided

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September 16, 2017, 11:38:05 AM
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Alright maybe I was wrong about your intention of posting and it might be hard to discriminate legitimate coins from scam coins but that's also the risk you take, I found that a bit of research goes a long way to showing if the project is for real or not. You should be cautious and rather safe than sorry. If you really don't know but still think its a good project you also have the option to wait for it to get listed on exchanges. I might sound a bit biased but I haven't really had any problems investing in ICO's or discerning scams from legit projects.

There isn't any regulation so you should expect people to abuse this.

It's also advisable to see who else is talking about it and what they think.

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September 16, 2017, 11:41:03 AM
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Hi Cryptounite,

Sounds like they are getting more and more common these days.

I wasn't aware of this ICO until your post, however I just looked at the Regalcoin ANN.

A few hints are there to tell people not to hand over their money.

The initial announcement looks like it took the Dev 3 minutes of time to write, so doesn't show any actual work.

And the first page of the announcement thread is full of Bitcoin Talk forum members warning people about it, even writing in one comment "sad thing is somebody is going to give their money anyway".



Yepp, and if you see, they are making 500000$ every day, not only some, but a lot of people are putting their money in it.



Geez poor buggers. Even the youtube link the dev posted was odd. The youtube account created only 4 days ago, and had a couple random videos in there almost as if they tried to make it appear legit.

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September 16, 2017, 12:31:04 PM
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Alright maybe I was wrong about your intention of posting and it might be hard to discriminate legitimate coins from scam coins but that's also the risk you take, I found that a bit of research goes a long way to showing if the project is for real or not. You should be cautious and rather safe than sorry. If you really don't know but still think its a good project you also have the option to wait for it to get listed on exchanges. I might sound a bit biased but I haven't really had any problems investing in ICO's or discerning scams from legit projects.

There isn't any regulation so you should expect people to abuse this.

It's also advisable to see who else is talking about it and what they think.
That may be the reason, I have joined this world a few months ago only, and I tried only a few things, I can say, our approach to sustain in the crypto world is different.

But it was good to learn a few things from you.

Thanks for that. Smiley

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September 17, 2017, 07:37:26 AM
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so that means you also invested in this scam thinggy?  Sad Sad Sad
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September 17, 2017, 07:48:14 AM
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It looks like a copy of the Bitconnect website. People still say Bitconnect is a scam but some have earned a lot from it. So you can still earn from some scams while all will burn you one day.






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September 17, 2017, 08:15:08 AM
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It looks like a copy of the Bitconnect website. People still say Bitconnect is a scam but some have earned a lot from it. So you can still earn from some scams while all will burn you one day.


Whilst im not saying Regal is a ponzi scheme (but does strangely share many attributes of one) , the worst thing about making money in a ponzi scheme is you are doing it through the suffering of others.

Sure some investors make money out of a scam. Some make money from robbing banks. Theyr'e both bad and unethical ways to make money.

And I realise SimonJones you are referring to others, not yourself who invested in it.

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September 17, 2017, 08:47:42 AM
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so that means you also invested in this scam thinggy?  Sad Sad Sad
Yepp, there was a quite big hype, everyone was investing in it, you can see if you are a member that they are getting 500k$ investments a day.

I invested a minimum amount of 50$ to see what is it, as everyone was referring to bitconnect, and it is still running, I need to know that if this thing worked or not.

They suck in the initial period, this is what I know.

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September 17, 2017, 09:04:03 AM
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It looks like a copy of the Bitconnect website. People still say Bitconnect is a scam but some have earned a lot from it. So you can still earn from some scams while all will burn you one day.

You are right, people can earn from scam, but that doesn't make it right.

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September 17, 2017, 09:11:19 AM
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It looks like a copy of the Bitconnect website. People still say Bitconnect is a scam but some have earned a lot from it. So you can still earn from some scams while all will burn you one day.


Whilst im not saying Regal is a ponzi scheme (but does strangely share many attributes of one) , the worst thing about making money in a ponzi scheme is you are doing it through the suffering of others.

Sure some investors make money out of a scam. Some make money from robbing banks. Theyr'e both bad and unethical ways to make money.

And I realise SimonJones you are referring to others, not yourself who invested in it.

Yes, A scam is a scam.

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September 17, 2017, 09:33:40 AM
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It looks like a copy of the Bitconnect website. People still say Bitconnect is a scam but some have earned a lot from it. So you can still earn from some scams while all will burn you one day.


Whilst im not saying Regal is a ponzi scheme (but does strangely share many attributes of one) , the worst thing about making money in a ponzi scheme is you are doing it through the suffering of others.

Sure some investors make money out of a scam. Some make money from robbing banks. Theyr'e both bad and unethical ways to make money.

And I realise SimonJones you are referring to others, not yourself who invested in it.

Yes, A scam is a scam.


Don't lose faith cryptounite, still alot of good people on these forums trying to do some amazing things, hope your next experience is better.

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September 17, 2017, 10:43:29 AM
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It looks like a copy of the Bitconnect website. People still say Bitconnect is a scam but some have earned a lot from it. So you can still earn from some scams while all will burn you one day.


Whilst im not saying Regal is a ponzi scheme (but does strangely share many attributes of one) , the worst thing about making money in a ponzi scheme is you are doing it through the suffering of others.

Sure some investors make money out of a scam. Some make money from robbing banks. Theyr'e both bad and unethical ways to make money.

And I realise SimonJones you are referring to others, not yourself who invested in it.

Yes, A scam is a scam.

I think this guy is part of the team https://web.facebook.com/jessnegosyo, better check his profile he is the main promoter of Regalcoin and he even compare it to Bitcoin and Bitconnect posting that if you are late in Bitcoin and Bitconnectcoin this is your big chance.

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Why would you throw money at a website with broken English? That's literally the first thing I noticed and immediately closed it..

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