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August 28, 2014, 10:03:36 PM
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Here's the funny part: The person who did the scamming AND the auditor/liquidator (above) are members of this forum, and to this day nary a cent's been returned. But don't worry, what are the chance that either one of them are even loosely connected to LiquidBits?  Roll Eyes


None.  Period.  You seem very intent on continuing this attack on Liquidbits.  Really what gives?  have you read the transcripts?  Read how Liquidbits files the first Temporary Restraining Order and their legal procedure against Hashfast retaining a top lawfirm (Bingham).  Your allusions are baseless and logic absurd.  Worse.  They ARE USELESS.  MOVE ON.  Liquidbits is now only a creditor --- and yes contrarily to what you ALSO tried to insinuate, they did pay in full the millions sent to hashfast and claimed.  SO why don't we stop with them and focus on the real issues: What is now going on?  What is the Creditor's committee doing?  They MUST be in touch with the CRO.  So why no news now?  The CRO has been on the job for 2 weeks now?  What's the proposed course of action?
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August 28, 2014, 10:51:26 PM
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Here's the funny part: The person who did the scamming AND the auditor/liquidator (above) are members of this forum, and to this day nary a cent's been returned. But don't worry, what are the chance that either one of them are even loosely connected to LiquidBits?  Roll Eyes


None.  Period.  You seem very intent on continuing this attack on Liquidbits.  Really what gives?  have you read the transcripts?  Read how Liquidbits files the first Temporary Restraining Order and their legal procedure against Hashfast retaining a top lawfirm (Bingham).  Your allusions are baseless and logic absurd.  Worse.  They ARE USELESS.  MOVE ON.  Liquidbits is now only a creditor --- and yes contrarily to what you ALSO tried to insinuate, they did pay in full the millions sent to hashfast and claimed.  SO why don't we stop with them and focus on the real issues: What is now going on?  What is the Creditor's committee doing?  They MUST be in touch with the CRO.  So why no news now?  The CRO has been on the job for 2 weeks now?  What's the proposed course of action?

Including the part where Gregory Bachrach has been LiquidBits' CEO from the get-go/2011?

http://search.sunbiz.org/Inquiry/CorporationSearch/ConvertTiffToPDF?storagePath=COR%5C2011%5C0930%5C12425393.Tif&documentNumber=P11000084688



http://www.scribd.com/doc/225704506/Bachrach-Declaration-Liquidbits-v-HashFast



Again, I ask how the fuck is it possible for Gregory Bachrach to claim that he is/was the CEO of LiquibBits since its foundation, but there's not a single piece of shit paper depicting such with the exception of his words directed toward a Judge?

Until I get an answer, I will beat this fuckin' dead horse to death.

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August 29, 2014, 12:14:36 AM
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From the desk of Am I the only one who has noticed this?,

I can easily connect Millie Tadewaldt to Sandbox, Sandlot and Sandgate... and to LiquidBits, albeit it'll be the one with them birds, of which I can connect to Sandlot.



I suggest you better stock up with as much as possible if you desire to continue to play in this Bitcoin space. You're goin' need every drop.
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August 29, 2014, 12:37:52 AM
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Again, I ask how the fuck is it possible for Gregory Bachrach to claim that he is/was the CEO of LiquibBits since its foundation, but there's not a single piece of shit paper depicting such with the exception of his words directed toward a Judge?

Until I get an answer, I will beat this fuckin' dead horse to death.

~Bruno Kucinskas

Bruno, you really need to take a step away from the computer.

Just because someone is CEO of a company does not mean that they started the company or have a controlling interest in the company.
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August 29, 2014, 12:55:23 AM
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Again, I ask how the fuck is it possible for Gregory Bachrach to claim that he is/was the CEO of LiquibBits since its foundation, but there's not a single piece of shit paper depicting such with the exception of his words directed toward a Judge?

Until I get an answer, I will beat this fuckin' dead horse to death.

~Bruno Kucinskas

Bruno, you really need to take a step away from the computer.

Just because someone is CEO of a company does not mean that they started the company or have a controlling interest in the company.

Good point! In that vain, I'm now CEO of Bitcoin. Not a single shred of proof needed for Gregory Bachrach to inform a judge that he's the CEO of LiquidBits, so no need for a shred of proof that I, Bruno Kucinskas, is the CEO of Bitcoin. All one has to do is declare such first and you're it.

~Bruno Kucinskas (Bitcoin CEO)
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August 29, 2014, 01:03:19 AM
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Again, I ask how the fuck is it possible for Gregory Bachrach to claim that he is/was the CEO of LiquibBits since its foundation, but there's not a single piece of shit paper depicting such with the exception of his words directed toward a Judge?

Until I get an answer, I will beat this fuckin' dead horse to death.

~Bruno Kucinskas

Bruno, you really need to take a step away from the computer.

Just because someone is CEO of a company does not mean that they started the company or have a controlling interest in the company.

Good point! In that vain, I'm now CEO of Bitcoin. Not a single shred of proof needed for Gregory Bachrach to inform a judge that he's the CEO of LiquidBits, so no need for a shred of proof that I, Bruno Kucinskas, is the CEO of Bitcoin. All one has to do is declare such first and you're it.

~Bruno Kucinskas (Bitcoin CEO)

It's now official: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=760734.0

In less than two minutes there's more proof that I am truly the CEO of Bitcoin than there if of Gregory Bachrach being the CEO of LiquidBits.

FYI, Gregory Bachrach is related to Quentin Page who once acted as James Gibson's lawyer even though he's not a lawyer, misapplying the Esq. tag, but I should digress seeing that I have a CEO title that needs to be untarnished.

~Bruno Kucinskas (CEO of Bitcoin)
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August 29, 2014, 04:55:42 AM
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Again, I ask how the fuck is it possible for Gregory Bachrach to claim that he is/was the CEO of LiquibBits since its foundation, but there's not a single piece of shit paper depicting such with the exception of his words directed toward a Judge?

Until I get an answer, I will beat this fuckin' dead horse to death.

~Bruno Kucinskas

Bruno, you really need to take a step away from the computer.

Just because someone is CEO of a company does not mean that they started the company or have a controlling interest in the company.

Agree, any idiot knows that founders of companies are not one and the same of the people put in charge of the company.  There are people that pay money and people that do work (maybe Greg Bach isn't either of these, but nonetheless the bigger question is WHY would any investor in their right mind invest in LiquidBits if they aren't real and generating a return for shareholders?  They aren't under attack anymore, nor are the poor HF employees, and now presumably the company is down to the two founders who everyone wants in jail other than when they are scamming millions, and down to a CRO who has gone silent.  What happened to Edgeworth bragging about his heroic ideas and leaking info to his brother about the grandiose plans.  Where are these plans and how can people at the company now be being paid money for doing anything when nothing is getting done.  There may be good merit to hire back the employees who at least got activity moving and made sales and shipped things.
CRO is Chief Reluctance Officer or what?  Chief of Real Obviscation?
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August 29, 2014, 05:10:13 AM
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Creditor Committee:

1. Hamilton Hee 761 Irwindale Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89123
2. Sistemas Operativos Sanitarios ca
Calle 35 entre Av. 2 y 3 #2-34 Merida, Venezuela 5101 Attn: Guido Ochoa
3. Uniquify, Inc.
2030 Fortune Drive #200 San Jose, CA 95131 Attn: Robert Smith
4. Antony Vo
319 S. Mitchell St. Bloomington, IN 47401
5. Koi Systems Ltd
1191 Center Point Drive Suite A
Henderson, NV 89074 Attn: Robert Edgeworth
6. Digimex Ltd.
Bel Air on the Peak, Phase 4 Tower 7, Unit 19A
Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong Attn: Willem van Rooyen
7. Peter Morici
1430 Patapsco St. Baltimore, MD 21230


It looks like that I can take a holiday.

http://slideshow.mris.com/slideshow/slideshow.htm?ListingKey=97427178002

http://www.longandfoster.com/ - The same outfit that AMT least their first two offices from.

Surely, not this Peter: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Morici
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August 29, 2014, 05:31:01 AM
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Yes, an old school hardcore Reaganomics guru.  That's awesome!



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August 29, 2014, 06:54:58 AM
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Come on now Bruno. Trying to tie Peter Morici to AMT because two properties had the same real estate company?

http://www.longandfoster.com/About_Us/about_us.aspx
"Long & Foster is the largest real estate company in the Mid-Atlantic region."
http://www.longandfoster.com/About_Us/Annual_Report.aspx
"Total 2013 sales volume and equivalents for all The Long & Foster Companies was $51.7 billion. "

Besides, what do you have against bow ties?
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August 29, 2014, 07:48:04 AM
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Come on now Bruno. Trying to tie Peter Morici to AMT because two properties had the same real estate company?

http://www.longandfoster.com/About_Us/about_us.aspx
"Long & Foster is the largest real estate company in the Mid-Atlantic region."
http://www.longandfoster.com/About_Us/Annual_Report.aspx
"Total 2013 sales volume and equivalents for all The Long & Foster Companies was $51.7 billion. "

Besides, what do you have against bow ties?

Do you really want me to go there?

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August 29, 2014, 02:37:31 PM
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I'm sorry for saying this but 95% of the posts here are just pointless debates or pseudo-intellectual masturbation which doesn't bring any coherent and valuable information to the subject of "receiving our money back".
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August 29, 2014, 03:13:19 PM
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I'm sorry for saying this but 95% of the posts here are just pointless debates or pseudo-intellectual masturbation which doesn't bring any coherent and valuable information to the subject of "receiving our money back".

+1000000000

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August 29, 2014, 03:16:04 PM
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I'm sorry for saying this but 95% of the posts here are just pointless debates or pseudo-intellectual masturbation which doesn't bring any coherent and valuable information to the subject of "receiving our money back".

+1  as the coin turns


how about an update or a new thread on the next steps?
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August 29, 2014, 03:44:44 PM
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so HashLast is history? they announced bankruptcy?

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August 29, 2014, 06:31:12 PM
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I'm sorry for saying this but 95% of the posts here are just pointless debates or pseudo-intellectual masturbation which doesn't bring any coherent and valuable information to the subject of "receiving our money back".
"receiving your money back" event will not happen, but there is still an useful purpose for continuing this discussion.

You could consider money paid to Hashfast a prepaid tuition in the school of hard kicks. And the CRO a dean of the curriculum on how to recognize a long con and how to avoid similar scams in the future.

I understand that the majority of Hashfast buyers/investors were simply compulsive gamblers (or compulsive investors), and for those continuing this thread is really a waste of time.

But I think I recognize many people who simply were naive and Hashfast simply took advantage of their naivete and giddiness after the (then recent) gains in the price of Bitcoin. Those are the people who skipped the boring accounting classes where they anesthetize students with stuff like http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Letter_of_credit .

I know that the school of hard kicks is unfair: only a few people paid the tuition but many more students can audition the coursework for free from the sidelines. Personally, as an non-paying student, I just want to learn some details on how to run a prepackaged bankruptcy scam in Silicon Valley. I'm also hoping to learn if cypherdoc was a paid roper who knew what he was doing or just another giddy naif.

Please comment, critique, criticize or ridicule BIP 2112: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=54382.0
Long-term mining prognosis: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=91101.0
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August 29, 2014, 07:16:03 PM
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Good point! In that vain, I'm now CEO of Bitcoin. Not a single shred of proof needed for Gregory Bachrach to inform a judge that he's the CEO of LiquidBits, so no need for a shred of proof that I, Bruno Kucinskas, is the CEO of Bitcoin. All one has to do is declare such first and you're it.

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I don't know how I messed up, but at least now it's in the blockchain too! Your welcome  Cool

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http://www.scribd.com/doc/225704506/Bachrach-Declaration-Liquidbits-v-HashFast

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On October 3, 2013, Liquidbits and Hashfast entered into a written agreement for the purchase by Liquidbits of certain equipment manufactured by Hashfast and used in bitcoin mining. A true and correct copy of the October 3, 2013 agreement between Liquidbits and Hashfast (the “original agreement”), which I signed on behalf of Liquidbits, is attached hereto as Exhibit 1. Beginning in October 2013, Liquidbits made or caused to be made $6 million in payments to Hashfast under the original agreement. By March 2014, Hashfast had delivered to Liquidbits only a small portion of the equipment it agreed to deliver in the original agreement

Finally, I found it. Don't know how the fuck I missed it.

http://www.silverlaw.com/files/Liquid-Bits-Complaint.pdf



$5,821.1541 is close enough to $6M... WTF!, that's BTC, not $... 5,821.1541 ฿ equates to only $2,962,967.44 at this hour's exchange rate. I can't believe that LiquidBits was so stupid to hand over that amount to HashF... WTF! Not HashFast, but...



http://www.coinware.io/companies.html

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LiquidBits Inc. is a data processing company that focuses on the long term potential associated with bitcoin mining operations. The company procures and hosts hardware mining equipment (“miners”). The company then wholesales the data processing services of these miners to large-scale clients. Its specialty comes from building solid relationships with hardware manufacturers and datacenter operations to achieve the best, low cost solutions. With the increasingly complex hardware demands of the Bitcoin Network it’s critical to operate on top-of-the-line equipment.

LiquidBits is currently one of the leading bitcoin hardware procurers in the world and operates in several datacenters that are geographically distributed for optimum performance and redundancy. If you are interested in large-scale bitcoin mining opportunities please contact us.

Nothing like building a solid relationship with HashFast to recoup the loses due we-didn't-know-it-was-a-Ponzi-scheme Pirateat40's venerable entity.

The only fuckin' saving grace for LiquidBits now is being in queue behind HashTrade, Netsolus and NimbusMining to receive their multi-million dollar order of Monarchs from BFL.

Very, very, very stupid question: Is the Jacobson Clan, et al., spending their own money or some others?
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http://www.scribd.com/doc/225704506/Bachrach-Declaration-Liquidbits-v-HashFast

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On October 3, 2013, Liquidbits and Hashfast entered into a written agreement for the purchase by Liquidbits of certain equipment manufactured by Hashfast and used in bitcoin mining. A true and correct copy of the October 3, 2013 agreement between Liquidbits and Hashfast (the “original agreement”), which I signed on behalf of Liquidbits, is attached hereto as Exhibit 1. Beginning in October 2013, Liquidbits made or caused to be made $6 million in payments to Hashfast under the original agreement. By March 2014, Hashfast had delivered to Liquidbits only a small portion of the equipment it agreed to deliver in the original agreement

Finally, I found it. Don't know how the fuck I missed it.

http://www.silverlaw.com/files/Liquid-Bits-Complaint.pdf

http://s12.postimg.org/77bo9pha5/58211541.jpg

$5,821.1541 is close enough to $6M... WTF!, that's BTC, not $... 5,821.1541 ฿ equates to only $2,962,967.44 at this hour's exchange rate. I can't believe that LiquidBits was so stupid to hand over that amount to HashF... WTF! Not HashFast, but...

http://s9.postimg.org/55jsalu5r/pirate_at_40.jpg

http://www.coinware.io/companies.html

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LiquidBits Inc. is a data processing company that focuses on the long term potential associated with bitcoin mining operations. The company procures and hosts hardware mining equipment (“miners”). The company then wholesales the data processing services of these miners to large-scale clients. Its specialty comes from building solid relationships with hardware manufacturers and datacenter operations to achieve the best, low cost solutions. With the increasingly complex hardware demands of the Bitcoin Network it’s critical to operate on top-of-the-line equipment.

LiquidBits is currently one of the leading bitcoin hardware procurers in the world and operates in several datacenters that are geographically distributed for optimum performance and redundancy. If you are interested in large-scale bitcoin mining opportunities please contact us.

Nothing like building a solid relationship with HashFast to recoup the loses due we-didn't-know-it-was-a-Ponzi-scheme Pirateat40's venerable entity.

The only fuckin' saving grace for LiquidBits now is being in queue behind HashTrade, Netsolus and NimbusMining to receive their multi-million dollar order of Monarchs from BFL.

Very, very, very stupid question: Is the Jacobson Clan, et al., spending their own money or some others?

What a retard you are.  Still with Liquidbits and Coinware and whatever.  Liquidbits and then Coinware have been in the BTC space since late 2010 early 2011.  They have been mining ever since and were actually first to receive the BFL asics along with GigaVPS.   They invested in every aspect of Bitcoin companies, from non-profits to payment platforms, to exchanges to mining infrastructures to software development etc...  And they have the financial surface to sue those that try to do them wrong, including Hashfast. Is all this relevant? NO.

None of us here care about them since their proposition was rejected.   What's your agenda?  This is becoming downright weird.

Again, what is the CRO doing?  What are the propositions being studied?  Failing that, how is the sale of assets going?

Manufacturers around the world have not been waiting for the Hashfast liquidation to be over.  They are moving forwards at very high speeds.  With all the announcements coming this fall, I wonder what the value of those chips (those that do not depreciate according to the statement made by the Creditors Council legal counsel) will be depreciated down to?  
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August 30, 2014, 12:34:46 AM
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I'm sorry for saying this but 95% of the posts here are just pointless debates or pseudo-intellectual masturbation which doesn't bring any coherent and valuable information to the subject of "receiving our money back".
"receiving your money back" event will not happen, but there is still an useful purpose for continuing this discussion.

You could consider money paid to Hashfast a prepaid tuition in the school of hard kicks. And the CRO a dean of the curriculum on how to recognize a long con and how to avoid similar scams in the future.

I understand that the majority of Hashfast buyers/investors were simply compulsive gamblers (or compulsive investors), and for those continuing this thread is really a waste of time.

But I think I recognize many people who simply were naive and Hashfast simply took advantage of their naivete and giddiness after the (then recent) gains in the price of Bitcoin. Those are the people who skipped the boring accounting classes where they anesthetize students with stuff like http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Letter_of_credit .

I know that the school of hard kicks is unfair: only a few people paid the tuition but many more students can audition the coursework for free from the sidelines. Personally, as an non-paying student, I just want to learn some details on how to run a prepackaged bankruptcy scam in Silicon Valley. I'm also hoping to learn if cypherdoc was a paid roper who knew what he was doing or just another giddy naif.

When a risky high-tech Silicon Valley runs out of money and declares bankrupcy, it's a common and perfectly normal event.  Likewise for older and bigger firms.

No "prepackaged bankruptcy scam" would produce a chip like the GN1, which at well over 700GH/s is still by far the fastest BTC ASIC on the planet.

But yes, if you honestly believe buying a pre-order for a magical internet money generator (regardless of manufacturer) is a low or zero risk proposition, welcome to Investderr University.

Let's focus on how best to deal with the situation, not cry over spilt milk.

It took a year for Atari's plan to be approved, so lack of apparent progress in these matters is not unusual.

http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/206388/Ataris_bankruptcy_escape_plan_is_courtapproved.php


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