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September 17, 2017, 09:01:24 PM
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It would ruin their lifes.

How would it ruin their lives ?

Well, there are people threatening them and I saw a lot of posts about lawsuits. Pretty sure that would happen, it was a lot of money to steal. Their address is right, just some dumb researcher didn't find out that both companies have same CEO.

Just chill guys and wait for the official statement.
Why would it be a scam? It would ruin their lifes.

Another fresh account using his first post to shill for these scam artists... Desperate.  


The official statement is out and was emailed today to all investors and registered users, you funny person.
It was insulting, condescending, arrogant, full of obvious technical incompetence and gave the finger to everyone they cheated.
They never intended to pay out the bounty program, apart from some of their buddies and major players that they probably had some sort of joint venture agreement with.
Ruin their lifes? Well, hope so. As well as their likewise questionable other businesses.
American law is a bitch, and from what I hear several US citizens are preparing legal action.
Together with the total loss of credibility for this or any future project... well, yeah, I would say they fucked up pretty hard.
Probably thought everybody would be easily shamed into silence and they could get away with it.
Not gonna happen.


Are you dumb? Why are they still sending tokens then? I didn't recieve my tokens neither, you would know, but, in fact, you didn't see my first post.
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September 17, 2017, 09:07:19 PM
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OK whats the easiest way to see the latest transactions authorship are doing to send tokens, if they are?
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September 17, 2017, 09:07:48 PM
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That's funny : my friend, who used my referral link, got his ATS tokens, while i did'nt. WTF !??


Yeah, I am actually laughing my ass off here as well - this clown show is pathetic AND funny. xD

Read through that lengthy email that they sent out today.
They listed some of the criteria they used to label people as cheaters.

Most of them do not even make sense, if you have the slightest idea how the Internet works.

They just pulled some rules out of their backsides, mind you AFTER the bounty program ended, and changed them frequently, so they could basically label everyone a cheater.

Their 'everybody will get paid unless more than 3 signups from one IP' blah was a lie as well, as today's email clearly shows they deleted a TON of legit accounts already based on their other bogus criteria.

Maybe your buddy was among the very few lucky ones who accidentally did not violate any of their bogus rules and got paid after they decided they needed at least to pretend that they would pay out bounty tokens...

As you can see from the number of Ether accounts that hold ATS tokens  they only paid a ridiculous percentage of the bounty participants.

So - congrats to your friend, but I would not hold my breath if these tokens will ever get listed, let alone will be traded anywhere near the price they suggested...



And regarding current transactions:

OK whats the easiest way to see the latest transactions authorship are doing to send tokens, if they are?

https://etherscan.io/token/0x2dAEE1AA61D60A252DC80564499A69802853583A

You have to filter though for the original contract address, most transactions that are shown right now are not from Authorship, but the few successful users consolidating their ATS from various fake accounts... xD
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September 17, 2017, 09:17:06 PM
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That's funny : my friend, who used my referral link, got his ATS tokens, while i did'nt. WTF !??


Yeah, I am actually laughing my ass off here as well - this clown show is pathetic AND funny. xD

Read through that lengthy email that they sent out today.
They listed some of the criteria they used to label people as cheaters.

Most of them do not even make sense, if you have the slightest idea how the Internet works.

They just pulled some rules out of their backsides, mind you AFTER the bounty program ended, and changed them frequently, so they could basically label everyone a cheater.

Their 'everybody will get paid unless more than 3 signups from one IP' blah was a lie as well, as today's email clearly shows they deleted a TON of legit accounts already based on their other bogus criteria.

Maybe your buddy was among the very few lucky ones who accidentally did not violate any of their bogus rules and got paid after they decided they needed at least to pretend that they would pay out bounty tokens...

As you can see from the number of Ether accounts that hold ATS tokens  they only paid a ridiculous percentage of the bounty participants.

So - congrats to your friend, but I would not hold my breath if these tokens will ever get listed, let alone will be traded anywhere near the price they suggested...

I agree... i already told him to not believe in this projet... even if he's a writer (a wannabe one) and he was very enthusiastic about this project.

Another fun fact : he uses a mobile phone, on a mobile phone network, with hundreds and hundreds people sharing the same IP... while i use a PC, at home, with a unique, personal and non changing IP address. Smiley

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September 17, 2017, 09:22:08 PM
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Cheater, right ?


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September 17, 2017, 09:27:22 PM
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This is just incredible, so according to that mail, I probably got suspended because i registered while I was on vacation with my mobile phone, and i confirmed my withdrawal from my home PC which has a different IP address... and now I am a scammer? srsly... whats wrong with them, a little common sense...

So lame...

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September 17, 2017, 09:29:15 PM
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This is just incredible, so according to that mail, I probably got suspended because i registered while I was on vacation with my mobile phone, and i confirmed my withdrawal from my home PC which has a different IP address... and now I am a scammer? srsly... whats wrong with them, a little common sense...

So lame...

That's right.

Meanwhile, real cheaters are gathering their tokens... Smiley
https://etherscan.io/token/0x2dAEE1AA61D60A252DC80564499A69802853583A

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September 17, 2017, 09:30:43 PM
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Yup... People would think they fought hard against scammers but the truth is they actually rewarded random persons just to give some tokens.. I don't think they were really checking all those IP addresses, because as I can see there are a lot of adresses from probably one person that gathers all the tokens he "earned" to one address...

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September 17, 2017, 09:32:06 PM
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This is just incredible, so according to that mail, I probably got suspended because i registered while I was on vacation with my mobile phone, and i confirmed my withdrawal from my home PC which has a different IP address... and now I am a scammer? srsly... whats wrong with them, a little common sense...

So lame...

Never mind the fact half the internet has dynamic IP addresses meaning it would be impossible for them to use the same IP.

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September 17, 2017, 09:32:40 PM
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guys.. there might be bigger problem.. I scraped all the data about transactions of their address

0x3aae4da9A22d518996031791D3Bd61f45DEf6aC7

that was given to deposit for investors on their site, i went through all the pages on etherscan, got all transaction copied to excel, made sum formula and...

sum of deposits - 473 eth it's about 0,142 million dollars? And they said they raised 4,2 mln....

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September 17, 2017, 09:34:46 PM
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guys.. there might be bigger problem.. I scraped all the data about transactions of their address

0x3aae4da9A22d518996031791D3Bd61f45DEf6aC7

that was given to deposit for investors on their site, i went through all the pages on etherscan, got all transaction copied to excel, made sum formula and...

sum of deposits - 473 eth it's about 1,2 million dollars? And they said they raised 4,2 mln....



Are you sure about this ? :/

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September 17, 2017, 09:36:38 PM
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guys.. there might be bigger problem.. I scraped all the data about transactions of their address

0x3aae4da9A22d518996031791D3Bd61f45DEf6aC7

that was given to deposit for investors on their site, i went through all the pages on etherscan, got all transaction copied to excel, made sum formula and...

sum of deposits - 473 eth it's about 0,142 million dollars? And they said they raised 4,2 mln....



I think You calculated something wrong... but nevermind they most definetly did not raise 4,2 million dollars... And come on they are taking a week off from all that hard work? haha something smells fishy here...

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September 17, 2017, 09:38:54 PM
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If you follow the transaction where it shows ATSCrowdsale sending 271 ETH :

https://etherscan.io/address/0x86a16bddc913025fc5fdf6b3a89cee9a101eac0c

Any idea about what this ETH address is ?

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September 17, 2017, 09:43:05 PM
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I cant find the mistake.. so yeah they raised 142 000 $ instead of 4 200 000 $

maybe someone will do it to prove me right?

etherscan doesnt show the sum of  transfers so it is not visible for anyone and dint notice something's wrong
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September 17, 2017, 09:50:24 PM
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I cant find the mistake.. so yeah they raised 142 000 $ instead of 4 200 000 $

maybe someone will do it to prove me right?

etherscan doesnt show the sum of  transfers so it is not visible for anyone and dint notice something's wrong

I think you're right (more or less). 1000+ transactions, while none of them exceed 20 ETH, and most of them are under 1 ETH, even 0.1 ETH. Some between 1 and 5, rare ones above 5.
The total ETH balance is 617.101834807366652611 Ether.

Transactions with ETH out : 25, 271, 5, 5, 50, 6 = 362 ETH sent out, from the crowdsale address.
Total ETH : less than 1000.
That's... less than 280k$. Definitely not 4.2mln$ !

If we could follow "backward" all the transactions TO the ATSCrowdsale, i'm pretty sure we would find something interesting too...

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September 17, 2017, 09:54:10 PM
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I felt sorry because I didn't get tokens from that bounty campaign.... but now I'm kinda glad I didn't get them, and I actually feel sorry for people that invested in them... ahhh what to say... what goes around comes around..

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September 17, 2017, 09:58:34 PM
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Same here, I am not joining the bandwagon here but I did not also received my bounty. I referred my friends to join this campaign. Some signed up being connected to my home network since they are at home doing some activities with me. I know they are legit,but something wrong here?

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September 17, 2017, 10:08:54 PM
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I cant find the mistake.. so yeah they raised 142 000 $ instead of 4 200 000 $

maybe someone will do it to prove me right?

etherscan doesnt show the sum of  transfers so it is not visible for anyone and dint notice something's wrong

slightly different numbers, but the fact that they did not raise THAT much Ether was even acknowledged by ATS team (I think even in the comments on etherscan).

They say they got a lot of direct investments via CC or wire, so that would not show up under the fundraiser ETH address.

Of course their claims can not be verified and the whole thing looks more and more fishy, not just the fake 'bounty program' rip-off.
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September 17, 2017, 10:13:34 PM
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I cant find the mistake.. so yeah they raised 142 000 $ instead of 4 200 000 $

maybe someone will do it to prove me right?

etherscan doesnt show the sum of  transfers so it is not visible for anyone and dint notice something's wrong

slightly different numbers, but the fact that they did not raise THAT much Ether was even acknowledged by ATS team (I think even in the comments on etherscan).

They say they got a lot of direct investments via CC or wire, so that would not show up under the fundraiser ETH address.

Of course their claims can not be verified and the whole thing looks more and more fishy, not just the fake 'bounty program' rip-off.

Yeah, and i don't think the 3,5mln+ missing dollars were sent via CC or wire Wink

Maybe China was right, about banning ICOs Cheesy

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September 17, 2017, 10:16:54 PM
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What the hell is happening??

I cannot follow the amount of posts about ATS.

Where can I see if I will receive my tokens?

I do not had any referral, only 75ATS, and do not receive them in my ETH wallet.

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