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December 07, 2017, 02:43:11 PM
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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-12-06/largest-crypto-mining-exchange-confirms-it-was-hacked-over-50-million-bitcoin-stolen

PLease ppl, the nicehash scam has been going on TOO LONG and this site as been 100% complicit

No BITCOIN were ever harmed by NICEHASH, they simply collected BITCOIN, and got free hashing, and returned nothing more than forwarding biz to their HW sites or PAYPAL patrons.

Now that BITCOIN is imploding the NICEHASH MAFIA say "DOG ATE 'YOUR' BITCOIN"

( Note clever use of OUR/YOUR, No BITCOIN in NICEHASH ever belonged to U, all BITCOIN always belonged to NiceHash-Mafia )

WHat's fascinating is that this site, is 100% pro-nicehash all along since day-one. Now that  that all the 'money' coin is gone, its going to be interesting, call it a mt-gox? an inside outside op? IMHO there was NEVER any coin all along, it was always a PONZI at NICEHASH, and now that NOBODY newbie is HASHING or BUYING Mining from them, there is no new BITCOIN coming in to pay off the existing suckers (ponzi defn)
So it implodes, what U do?

U blame the dog of course.

Right, fuck'n right?
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December 07, 2017, 02:56:18 PM
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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-12-06/largest-crypto-mining-exchange-confirms-it-was-hacked-over-50-million-bitcoin-stolen

PLease ppl, the nicehash scam has been going on TOO LONG and this site as been 100% complicit

No BITCOIN were ever harmed by NICEHASH, they simply collected BITCOIN, and got free hashing, and returned nothing more than forwarding biz to their HW sites or PAYPAL patrons.

Now that BITCOIN is imploding the NICEHASH MAFIA say "DOG ATE OUR BITCOIN"

Right, fuck'n right?
Bitcoin is not PONZI, why do you think it is PONZI? Bitcoin has a large number of traders interested in it and trading it for per hour and per day.

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December 07, 2017, 03:03:38 PM
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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-12-06/largest-crypto-mining-exchange-confirms-it-was-hacked-over-50-million-bitcoin-stolen

PLease ppl, the nicehash scam has been going on TOO LONG and this site as been 100% complicit

No BITCOIN were ever harmed by NICEHASH, they simply collected BITCOIN, and got free hashing, and returned nothing more than forwarding biz to their HW sites or PAYPAL patrons.

Now that BITCOIN is imploding the NICEHASH MAFIA say "DOG ATE OUR BITCOIN"

Right, fuck'n right?
Bitcoin is not PONZI, why do you think it is PONZI? Bitcoin has a large number of traders interested in it and trading it for per hour and per day.

"PONZI OP NICEHASH"

R U stoopid? Did U read the ZH article? DO U just respond to post like a 'bot'?

Nicehash is the PONZI, BITCOIN is the real deal, a crypto-currency for anarchists.

NiceHash, simply announced that they lost $62 MILLION USD in BTC, money that they never had, BTC that was just on their FAUX BTC ledger, and they blamed the DOG aka mt-gox.

No BITCOIN were harmed.

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Actually this is ALL good 'weak hands' get cleared out, only MORONS played @NICEHASH, and FOOLS&THEIR BITCOIN QUICKLY DEPART

Strong hands, HODL folk anarchists who keep their coin cold-storage and trust-nobody are doing just fine.
BTC to $1M USD why ? Because the USD is worth less than ZERO.
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December 07, 2017, 03:46:12 PM
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I've always told people that these most of these 'miners' asking people to bring in funds mine nothing.

It beats me how people come to the internet to trust strangers they haven't researched about and hand them their money.

As a rule, some of these investment and mining sites are just ponzi and you should never hand over to them, funds that you cannot afford to lose.

Whenever you get tempted to do so, realise that you are just gambling and may kiss you money goodbye.

Your best bet at earning Bitcoin is to sell something or offer services to people for Bitcoin. In real life, you don't hand over your money to strangers to help me earn more. Neither should you do that without due diligence online.

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December 07, 2017, 11:52:22 PM
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I've always told people that these most of these 'miners' asking people to bring in funds mine nothing.

It beats me how people come to the internet to trust strangers they haven't researched about and hand them their money.

As a rule, some of these investment and mining sites are just ponzi and you should never hand over to them, funds that you cannot afford to lose.

Whenever you get tempted to do so, realise that you are just gambling and may kiss you money goodbye.

Your best bet at earning Bitcoin is to sell something or offer services to people for Bitcoin. In real life, you don't hand over your money to strangers to help me earn more. Neither should you do that without due diligence online.

and perhaps another instance of "the easiest way to rob a bitcoin exchange is to own it"
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December 18, 2017, 12:45:58 PM
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wouldn't be surprised if it reveals as an inside job
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December 19, 2017, 06:31:32 AM
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It surely is an inside job. If websites like Nicehash could do such things then there shouldn't be any cloud mining website that can be trusted.

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December 19, 2017, 09:01:12 AM
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The fact that Nicehash says service will be back stronger and safer meanwhile several days have passed and nothing have happened is enough of indication for me to believe that maybe they will not come back anymore at all. Even if they do , trusting them again sounds really difficult for me unless they offer the option to daily withdraw or at least once every 2-3 days, then maybe I give them back a try.




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December 19, 2017, 09:58:01 AM
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wouldn't be surprised if it reveals as an inside job
Even if this was actually an inside job than we will never know about this, Nicehash will never expose that truth and they might try to come up again and I am quite sure many people will again start to trust them just like how they are trusting one already hacked exchange; bitfinex right now. Many also claimed that bitfinex hack was also an inside job.

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