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October 30, 2017, 07:53:08 AM
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I have been on this forum for months though am new to lending section. I want to find out if anyone can offer me some btc loan and accept the billion coin (tbc) as collateral. I have a tbc wallet of 20tbc value at $15M+ as at today. i bought it for keep for future but i need some btc. If anyone can accept tbc we can discuss further on the contract terms. Thanks.
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October 30, 2017, 08:51:42 AM
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I have been on this forum for months though am new to lending section. I want to find out if anyone can offer me some btc loan and accept the billion coin (tbc) as collateral. I have a tbc wallet of 20tbc value at $15M+ as at today. i bought it for keep for future but i need some btc. If anyone can accept tbc we can discuss further on the contract terms. Thanks.
Fuck off with your piece of shit ponzi.

Its not even a digital currency you twat

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October 30, 2017, 09:29:10 AM
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I have been on this forum for months though am new to lending section. I want to find out if anyone can offer me some btc loan and accept the billion coin (tbc) as collateral. I have a tbc wallet of 20tbc value at $15M+ as at today. i bought it for keep for future but i need some btc. If anyone can accept tbc we can discuss further on the contract terms. Thanks.
Fuck off with your piece of shit ponzi.

Its not even a digital currency you twat

Learn how to talk to people on the forum. It doesnt call for embarrasment. I only asked if anyone could accept and the only responsible response should be YES or NO. I even wonder how somebody with negative trust like you has mouth to talk to others in a mannerless way.
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October 30, 2017, 10:21:22 AM
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I have been on this forum for months though am new to lending section. I want to find out if anyone can offer me some btc loan and accept the billion coin (tbc) as collateral. I have a tbc wallet of 20tbc value at $15M+ as at today. i bought it for keep for future but i need some btc. If anyone can accept tbc we can discuss further on the contract terms. Thanks.
Fuck off with your piece of shit ponzi.

Its not even a digital currency you twat

Learn how to talk to people on the forum. It doesnt call for embarrasment. I only asked if anyone could accept and the only responsible response should be YES or NO. I even wonder how somebody with negative trust like you has mouth to talk to others in a mannerless way.
My guess is that the answer is no, nobody in their right mind will accept your tokens as a valid collateral regardless of how much you think its work. If its worth as much as you claim, why don't you sell some of it to resolve your issues, this way you dont have to put up with rude posters in the lending section. goodluck, you need it.
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October 30, 2017, 10:43:36 AM
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I have been on this forum for months though am new to lending section. I want to find out if anyone can offer me some btc loan and accept the billion coin (tbc) as collateral. I have a tbc wallet of 20tbc value at $15M+ as at today. i bought it for keep for future but i need some btc. If anyone can accept tbc we can discuss further on the contract terms. Thanks.

Dead coin, no one will ever accept it as collateral. Unless probably you ask for 10 cents for it, probably someone will risk that amount.
Generally, it is worth nothing since there is no exchange that accepts it and it has multiple scam accusations and has been proven to be just a scam.
Forget about that coin, you lost that investment.

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October 30, 2017, 09:11:41 PM
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If "TBC" is difficult to liquidate, then if it were used as collateral all you have to do is default and you've turned your loan into a sale, leaving the lender with your junk coin. Don't expect this to work.

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October 31, 2017, 04:30:27 PM
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I appreciate all the responses that has no insults. Obviously i was just like many others in my area fooled into investing in tbc. Anyway, i have a feeling something positive may come out of it in the nearest/distant future so i will keep it and even if not i have no problem. You guys have really opened my eyes about it.

I progress into other things...........
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October 31, 2017, 06:28:13 PM
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I appreciate all the responses that has no insults. Obviously i was just like many others in my area fooled into investing in tbc. Anyway, i have a feeling something positive may come out of it in the nearest/distant future so i will keep it and even if not i have no problem. You guys have really opened my eyes about it.

I progress into other things...........
So you know already that you've been fooled by the owners of the TBC or The Billion Coin so why are you offering TBC as a collateral? Are you trying to dump your TBC and pass the burden of disposing that trash? Instead of disposing that worthless coin why don't you go back to who ever offered you to buy and invest in TBC and help you out.
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October 31, 2017, 06:38:23 PM
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TBC is a scam. No one will accept it, only those who knew nothing about crypto will invest to such scheme. I personally knew some  people who were into it for awhile  but after realizing TBC is very  much different from BTC, the suddenly asked me how they  are different when they are just one. That's when  I see, they were being fooled.


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October 31, 2017, 08:01:53 PM
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I appreciate all the responses that has no insults. Obviously i was just like many others in my area fooled into investing in tbc. Anyway, i have a feeling something positive may come out of it in the nearest/distant future so i will keep it and even if not i have no problem. You guys have really opened my eyes about it.

I progress into other things...........
So you know already that you've been fooled by the owners of the TBC or The Billion Coin so why are you offering TBC as a collateral? Are you trying to dump your TBC and pass the burden of disposing that trash? Instead of disposing that worthless coin why don't you go back to who ever offered you to buy and invest in TBC and help you out.

I guess you are a legend here. Seems you have a problem of reading and understanding.
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October 31, 2017, 10:31:06 PM
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I appreciate all the responses that has no insults. Obviously i was just like many others in my area fooled into investing in tbc. Anyway, i have a feeling something positive may come out of it in the nearest/distant future so i will keep it and even if not i have no problem. You guys have really opened my eyes about it.

I progress into other things...........

I'd get started on attempting to liquidate them for whatever you can get - but that's just my opinion and it may progress into something.

I've read a few of the posts on this thread and am not sure if this thead has been linked to yet but it's ossibly quite a useful read: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1592288.0

(all these being stated above, the russian exchange Yobit made a - in my opinion - worse coin of YOVI which is also rise only, not a drastic as TBC is but still)... The coin can't be traded anywhere else and is fully centralised to only their servers, also you cannot sel them unless you have a specifically high amount of them.

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October 31, 2017, 10:34:56 PM
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I appreciate all the responses that has no insults. Obviously i was just like many others in my area fooled into investing in tbc. Anyway, i have a feeling something positive may come out of it in the nearest/distant future so i will keep it and even if not i have no problem. You guys have really opened my eyes about it.

I progress into other things...........
So you know already that you've been fooled by the owners of the TBC or The Billion Coin so why are you offering TBC as a collateral? Are you trying to dump your TBC and pass the burden of disposing that trash? Instead of disposing that worthless coin why don't you go back to who ever offered you to buy and invest in TBC and help you out.

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November 01, 2017, 05:37:44 AM
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I appreciate all the responses that has no insults. Obviously i was just like many others in my area fooled into investing in tbc. Anyway, i have a feeling something positive may come out of it in the nearest/distant future so i will keep it and even if not i have no problem. You guys have really opened my eyes about it.

I progress into other things...........
So you know already that you've been fooled by the owners of the TBC or The Billion Coin so why are you offering TBC as a collateral? Are you trying to dump your TBC and pass the burden of disposing that trash? Instead of disposing that worthless coin why don't you go back to who ever offered you to buy and invest in TBC and help you out.

Even if that's not the situation  no one will want to lend him/her the bitcoin require because the OP rank is not that trustworthy, he have a red account and people on here don't usually believe people with red account.  I will suggest he sell 1 out of the TBC he's holding since 1 TBC = 124.17751317 BTC or 676000.22843568 and that should be more than enough for him though.

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November 01, 2017, 07:42:41 AM
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I dont know why the MOD has to put red on my account just because i asked whether anyone can accept tbc. Its a question i asked about what i did not know and that is why i did not say i needed a certain amount. One can read my post and fathom out that i did not intend scamming or put anybody in difficulty.
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November 01, 2017, 08:46:11 AM
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I dont know why the MOD has to put red on my account just because i asked whether anyone can accept tbc. Its a question i asked about what i did not know and that is why i did not say i needed a certain amount. One can read my post and fathom out that i did not intend scamming or put anybody in difficulty.


One, Vod isnt a mod, hes just another user but is also DT (aka Default Trust). Two, you did ask, and someone did answer (and said no) and you never locked your thread. Three, if you done your research by searching through the forum, you would know TBC isnt going to be valid collateral. I would suggest that you lock this thread.
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November 01, 2017, 08:47:32 AM
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I dont know why the MOD has to put red on my account just because i asked whether anyone can accept tbc. Its a question i asked about what i did not know and that is why i did not say i needed a certain amount. One can read my post and fathom out that i did not intend scamming or put anybody in difficulty.


You deserve it anyone can know your filthy intention. You are even asking an absurb amount for a worthless ponzi

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December 16, 2017, 06:20:51 AM
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I dont know why the MOD has to put red on my account just because i asked whether anyone can accept tbc. Its a question i asked about what i did not know and that is why i did not say i needed a certain amount. One can read my post and fathom out that i did not intend scamming or put anybody in difficulty.


One, Vod isnt a mod, hes just another user but is also DT (aka Default Trust). Two, you did ask, and someone did answer (and said no) and you never locked your thread. Three, if you done your research by searching through the forum, you would know TBC isnt going to be valid collateral. I would suggest that you lock this thread.

Thanks bros. I should have done this for long but i never knew its lockable.
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