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January 05, 2011, 12:13:45 PM
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Bitcoins are in their infancy.  As more people use them, simple hardworking folks like yourself who have been in on the ground floor from the beginning deserve to be compensated for being the first to know.  There is a website . . . http://fxnet.co.cc/?ref=277 that I honestly have nothing to do with except that I have just become a member.  Membership is FREE and FUN!  Now, do you want to Dare to be Rich?  Right now, go to the exchange and buy a bitcoin.  It's only thirty cents or so!  Send that bitcoin to the website and wait.  As other people come in later down the chain, some of their Bitcoin goes to you.  As poplarity grows, the amount you get back goes up exponentially.  An example of exponential growth would be something like someone gives you 30 cents the first day.  The next day you have 60 cents, then $1.20 the next.  Doesn't sound like much, but at the end of the month you'd have over $150 million as a result of exponential growth just doubling your Bitcoin daily!  Now that's not going to happen.  But what about if it doubled every week, instead?  Now, be warned.  This is NOT a Pyramid Scheme.  It is based upon the trapezoid.  What is the difference?  A pyramid has three corners but a trapezoid has four corners which mathematically guarantees a profit.  What do you have to lose if I'm wrong?  30 cents.  If this is a scam, but Bitcoins are real, then how can you get ripped off?  Bitcoins are anonymous.  No one knows who you are.  The government will cannot tax you on the millions you could make if I'm right.  All you lose if I'm lying is 30 cents, but if I'm right . . . well . . . if you want to achieve anything in this lifetime you have to DARE TO BE RICH.

1) Go buy some Bitcoins now at http://mtgox.com/

2) Send ONE to http://fxnet.co.cc/?ref=277 

3) Your wildest dreams will come true.



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January 05, 2011, 12:28:29 PM
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You should be honest about what you're doing:
  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ponzi_scheme

How often do you get the chance to work on a potentially world-changing project?
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January 05, 2011, 12:33:54 PM
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You should be honest about what you're doing:
  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ponzi_scheme


I was honest.  The site is not mine.  I'm just a member.  I paid nothing to join and I've only spent 1 Bitcoin which currently is about 30 cents.  I will never need to invest more than that to make a profit.  A Ponzi scheme is where the money from later "investors" is used to pay earlier ones and there is no underlying investment which is what people think they are investing in.  The guy running the Ponzi scheme, like Madoff, keeps the money.  Here there is no question that there is no underlying investment and that people who come in later at the bottom of the chain will not get as much, or anything, but that those at the top of the chain make more money.  This is typically called a Pyramid or Multi Level Marketing.  And, besides, this is a Trapezoid.  FOUR CORNERS.  And, my bad, I forgot to explain how it works.  First it doubles.  Then it splits.  Then this happens again.  And again.  That's what it means to be a trapezoid.  With this there appears to be not two, but a three pronged split.  Very well thought out by the programmer.  Instead of 1,2,4,8 we have 1,3,6,12 ... already a 50% increase by just the fourth step. WOW!
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January 05, 2011, 01:55:09 PM
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Now, be warned.  This is NOT a Pyramid Scheme.  It is based upon the trapezoid.  What is the difference?  A pyramid has three corners but a trapezoid has four corners which mathematically guarantees a profit. 

Wow, well, you really can't argue with bulletproof logic like this.

Do not waste your time debating whether Bitcoin can work. It does work.

"Early adopters will profit" is not a sufficient condition to classify something as a pyramid or Ponzi scheme. If it was, Apple and Microsoft stock are Ponzi schemes.

There is no such thing as "market manipulation." There is only buying and selling.
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January 05, 2011, 02:32:56 PM
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January 05, 2011, 03:15:30 PM
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trapezoid....  are you related to Dr. Gene Ray, Cube Phenomenologist and THE WISEST HUMAN?

In the programming world, I'm a fan of what is called "duck typing" -- if it looks like a duck, walks likes a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it is a duck, even if you give it a fancy name like TrapezoidalFowl or MultiLevelBird.

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January 06, 2011, 05:50:07 AM
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Hey, aren't you the guy who got a permit to burn trees or something?  Seriously, though, the whole trapezoid thing was just my recollection of a Richard Pryor bit in the movie Bustin' Loose. Just a troll.  Kinda.  I did "invest" my own Bitcoin.
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January 06, 2011, 06:09:06 AM
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You should be honest about what you're doing:
  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ponzi_scheme


I was honest.  The site is not mine.  I'm just a member.  I paid nothing to join and I've only spent 1 Bitcoin which currently is about 30 cents.  I will never need to invest more than that to make a profit.  A Ponzi scheme is where the money from later "investors" is used to pay earlier ones and there is no underlying investment which is what people think they are investing in.  The guy running the Ponzi scheme, like Madoff, keeps the money.  Here there is no question that there is no underlying investment and that people who come in later at the bottom of the chain will not get as much, or anything, but that those at the top of the chain make more money.  This is typically called a Pyramid or Multi Level Marketing.  And, besides, this is a Trapezoid.  FOUR CORNERS.  And, my bad, I forgot to explain how it works.  First it doubles.  Then it splits.  Then this happens again.  And again.  That's what it means to be a trapezoid.  With this there appears to be not two, but a three pronged split.  Very well thought out by the programmer.  Instead of 1,2,4,8 we have 1,3,6,12 ... already a 50% increase by just the fourth step. WOW!

This is so old.  I am involved with the a type of marketing called the Pentagon and it is waaaay better than your Trapezoid.  Don't listen to him and listen to me.  I will send you details of the Pentagon Multi Level Marekting if you PM me!

Next year I plan to come out with the Hexagon Multi Level Marketing.  You see, it is time based and when one gets old a new type of marketing must come out!  Send some bitcoins to me and I will tell you how it's done.  Don't do the Trapezoid, do the Pentagon and soon to be Hexagon.

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January 06, 2011, 06:38:10 AM
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Next year I plan to come out with the Hexagon Multi Level Marketing.  You see, it is time based and when one gets old a new type of marketing must come out!  Send some bitcoins to me and I will tell you how it's done.  Don't do the Trapezoid, do the Pentagon and soon to be Hexagon.

Old news sir. You've been bypassed by the DeSeptagon system.

Send BTC for details!

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January 06, 2011, 06:53:48 AM
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...the DeSeptagon system...


Nice

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January 06, 2011, 07:49:48 AM
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I'm actually really glad I took the time to read this thread. Now I can finally go to bed after a good laugh!

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January 06, 2011, 03:30:48 PM
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January 06, 2011, 04:33:49 PM
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This is typically called a Pyramid or Multi Level Marketing.  And, besides, this is a Trapezoid.  FOUR CORNERS.  And, my bad, I forgot to explain how it works.  First it doubles.  Then it splits.  Then this happens again.  And again.  That's what it means to be a trapezoid.  With this there appears to be not two, but a three pronged split.  Very well thought out by the programmer.  Instead of 1,2,4,8 we have 1,3,6,12 ... already a 50% increase by just the fourth step. WOW!

WOW, so now they have cut away the top of the pyramid, and they call it "a trapezoid" ?
Hahahahaha

Good, good.

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January 06, 2011, 04:34:57 PM
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WOW, so now they have cut the top and the pyramid, and call it "a trapezoid" ?
Hahahahaha

Good, good.

Brb, inventing hypercube scam scheme

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January 07, 2011, 04:46:13 AM
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There is a website . . . http://fxnet.co.cc/?ref=277 that I honestly have nothing to do with except that I have just become a member.

You drop a referral link to a website then immediately claim you have nothing to do with the site?

LOL Cheesy
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January 07, 2011, 06:39:47 AM
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The creation of the site was described here: http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=854.0;all

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January 07, 2011, 08:15:26 AM
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dodecahedron scheme for the win! it's not like the sphere scheme; the corners are cut off.
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January 07, 2011, 10:32:28 AM
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dodecahedron scheme for the win! it's not like the sphere scheme; the corners are cut off.
The corners of the sphere ? XD

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January 07, 2011, 12:30:50 PM
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I'm just glad that at least somebody had the guts to call this a scam.  It is, of the most basic and illegal variety... with a good reason why stuff like this is usually declared illegal in most countries.  As long as Bitcoins are seen as play money and not worth anything, I suppose this is a harmless diversion that I'd still recommend against, but it certainly shouldn't be something encouraged.

If you want to be rich, provide some goods or services that do something others need.  You can build a better mousetrap and make far more money than scamming somebody out of their money, and do something positive for the community at the same time.  Threads like this simply are not helpful and IMHO it should be locked, but that is just me.

Yes, I get the humor being poked at with all of the various polygon and polyhedron references.  Such is happening because this shouldn't be a serious discussion, but I argue even that is a waste and is sustaining a thread that shouldn't get attention in the first place.  Such humor is also indirectly a personal attack on the original poster... something I think is also awful decorum and something that should be stopped for its own reason too.  I suppose there are a bunch of kids here that want to play, but it is time to grow up kids!

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I'm just glad that at least somebody had the guts to call this a scam.  It is, of the most basic and illegal variety... with a good reason why stuff like this is usually declared illegal in most countries.  As long as Bitcoins are seen as play money and not worth anything, I suppose this is a harmless diversion that I'd still recommend against, but it certainly shouldn't be something encouraged.

If you want to be rich, provide some goods or services that do something others need.  You can build a better mousetrap and make far more money than scamming somebody out of their money, and do something positive for the community at the same time.  Threads like this simply are not helpful and IMHO it should be locked, but that is just me.

Yes, I get the humor being poked at with all of the various polygon and polyhedron references.  Such is happening because this shouldn't be a serious discussion, but I argue even that is a waste and is sustaining a thread that shouldn't get attention in the first place.  Such humor is also indirectly a personal attack on the original poster... something I think is also awful decorum and something that should be stopped for its own reason too.  I suppose there are a bunch of kids here that want to play, but it is time to grow up kids!

Nothing wrong with a little sarcasm to tell the truth.  Look at how CNN, MSNBC, etc. has failed to counter FOX News while 'The Daily Show With Jon Stewart' is the only show capable of countering Fox's exaggeration with their own humorous slant.  Quite effective IMOP. 

The Internet is full of wrong info and one just need some good B.S. filters.  You are probably an older guy but a lot of kids and teenagers  would fall for this Ponzi stuff.  I fell for one once when I was a teenager.

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