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Author Topic: [LABCOIN] IPO [BTCT.CO] - Details/FAQ and Discussion (ASIC dev/sales/mining)  (Read 1058520 times)
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October 08, 2013, 06:30:06 AM
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Moreover, even they buyback all the shares at current price. They are still guilty and the witch hunting should not stop at all. We should not tolerate any scam if we want a better bitcoin world.

But ask yourself, who has shares left? Almost everyone is gone and has moved on. Only the last shareholder might complain.
Yes, I've sold all my shares. But it does not mean we have no right to sue them without shares. Scam has to be punished no matter we do or don't have their shares.
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October 08, 2013, 06:33:09 AM
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Yes, I've sold all my shares. But it does not mean we have no right to sue them without shares. Scam has to be punished no matter we do or don't have their shares.

Well I wish you luck, the scamming in this community has to stop as its just disgusting.

But who do you sue? From what I have read every employee is passing the buck around. Someone has thousands of Bitcoin and needs to be taken down, but who?
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October 08, 2013, 06:39:08 AM
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i should have followed creative when he dumped out, i believed there few first promises, then doubt, then too late, dont forget, cuase theseven was in team, which made me stay.

pfff , WTF guys, something came into my head just now

labcoin when they started ipo-ing, they had howard guy in as team on contract tab, now it came to light from howard emails that he left the team before labcoin was listed.

therefore why the hell they listed howard in contract, even tho he is gone,  lol my red bell just ringed.

also in email when he said, he found out later about labcoin listed,  then why the hell he didnt alert investors that labcoin is using his name in contract.

Wow, i am having unbelievable moment right now, disgusting when i think about it. i fkin wish btcgarden is alive and labcoin gone before ipo lol, thats how i feel
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October 08, 2013, 06:39:30 AM
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BTC Garden had to cancel their IPO but they still managed to produce ASIC chips and they have pictures to prove it!!!

http://imgur.com/ZovSsoO,R7NLNCy,D3JuFnL,979ZS0L,nRX6Jbw,6lgZaOP#0

Tipsy jar: 1HgfLMXiJQj9KZ7abLRh9rWuR7dgeSyub4
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October 08, 2013, 06:42:35 AM
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Don't blame it on others, especially not those who are trying to help now.

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October 08, 2013, 06:44:10 AM
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Yes, I've sold all my shares. But it does not mean we have no right to sue them without shares. Scam has to be punished no matter we do or don't have their shares.

Well I wish you luck, the scamming in this community has to stop as its just disgusting.

But who do you sue? From what I have read every employee is passing the buck around. Someone has thousands of Bitcoin and needs to be taken down, but who?
Apparently Fabriazio and Allesia Totti need to be reported to the police as soon as possible. Fabriazio is who running the company and signed the contract. Both TheSeven and Howard can prove Allesia is the one hired them and initiated this project and she was still involved at least on 20 Aug (she contacted Howard that time). They know whether 'Sam' exists or not. But even 'Sam' exists, they are as liable as him.
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October 08, 2013, 06:47:23 AM
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Apparently Fabriazio and Allesia Totti need to be reported to the police as soon as possible. Fabriazio is who running the company and signed the contract. Both TheSeven and Howard can prove Allesia is the one hired them and initiated this project and she was still involved at least on 20 Aug (she contacted Howard that time). They know whether 'Sam' exists or not. But even 'Sam' exists, they are as liable as him.

Well if these people have scammed everyone they need to be doxxed asap. I get the feeling they are going to get away with it.
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October 08, 2013, 06:50:35 AM
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Actually now you are suggesting people to hold the shares in the hope of they finally refund them.

Actually I am not suggesting to hold the shares, if this is a scam I expect a buyback at some point but I doubt it would be anything significant. Think of Labcoin and Active Mining as a stupid tax.

I would think a reasonable buyback at 0.0001 otherwise they are just giving bitcoin away.

Disclaimer: I held Labcoin and sold, but I also hold Active Mining and am one of the "stupids" unfortunately Sad

EDIT: remember the buyback amount depends on how many shares they have acquired using other accounts. If I am wrong and they hold less than 95% of shares, then the buyback would have to be far less than 0.0001 to make the scam worthwhile. If they hold 99%, they might just not bother with a buyback at all because not enough people will be left to complain.

Labcoin owns 99% shares, reasonable buyback = 0 (no point, not enough share holders to complain)
Labcoin owns 98% shares, reasonable buyback = 0.00015
Labcoin owns 95% shares, reasonable buyback = 0.0001
Labcoin owns 90% shares, reasonable buyback = 0.00005
Labcoin owns 80% shares, reasonable buyback = 0.00001



well when btct shuts down, then this so called electronic shares, vanished, they can delete logs they have, and dissolve labcoin project from itec, so i mean as if they gonna care about buyback, and shares it self, the whole thing.

they can dump the remaing 2million or so and run away now, yet they didnt,  wait a min, maybe they did dump all share slowly after we knew the 2million share left, and only investors are ripping them selfs
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October 08, 2013, 06:51:43 AM
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Apparently Fabriazio and Allesia Totti need to be reported to the police as soon as possible. Fabriazio is who running the company and signed the contract. Both TheSeven and Howard can prove Allesia is the one hired them and initiated this project and she was still involved at least on 20 Aug (she contacted Howard that time). They know whether 'Sam' exists or not. But even 'Sam' exists, they are as liable as him.

Well if these people have scammed everyone they need to be doxxed asap. I get the feeling they are going to get away with it.
Fabriazio is working in a Chinese mobile company as director of International Relation. It's easy to locate him. One of us has even emailed his employer, but there's no update from him yet. Allesia is his sister, so once seized, Fabriazio could help us to find her. Then they can lead us to 'Sam', if he exists at all.
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October 08, 2013, 06:52:47 AM
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BTC Garden had to cancel their IPO but they still managed to produce ASIC chips and they have pictures to prove it!!!

http://imgur.com/ZovSsoO,R7NLNCy,D3JuFnL,979ZS0L,nRX6Jbw,6lgZaOP#0

Chinese guys are more trustworthy than these Italian liars.
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October 08, 2013, 06:53:58 AM
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Actually now you are suggesting people to hold the shares in the hope of they finally refund them.

Actually I am not suggesting to hold the shares, if this is a scam I expect a buyback at some point but I doubt it would be anything significant. Think of Labcoin and Active Mining as a stupid tax.

I would think a reasonable buyback at 0.0001 otherwise they are just giving bitcoin away.

Disclaimer: I held Labcoin and sold, but I also hold Active Mining and am one of the "stupids" unfortunately Sad

EDIT: remember the buyback amount depends on how many shares they have acquired using other accounts. If I am wrong and they hold less than 95% of shares, then the buyback would have to be far less than 0.0001 to make the scam worthwhile. If they hold 99%, they might just not bother with a buyback at all because not enough people will be left to complain.

Labcoin owns 99% shares, reasonable buyback = 0 (no point, not enough share holders to complain)
Labcoin owns 98% shares, reasonable buyback = 0.00015
Labcoin owns 95% shares, reasonable buyback = 0.0001
Labcoin owns 90% shares, reasonable buyback = 0.00005
Labcoin owns 80% shares, reasonable buyback = 0.00001



well when btct shuts down, then this so called electronic shares, vanished, they can delete logs they have, and dissolve labcoin project from itec, so i mean as if they gonna care about buyback, and shares it self, the whole thing.

they can dump the remaing 2million or so and run away now, yet they didnt,  wait a min, maybe they did dump all share slowly after we knew the 2million share left, and only investors are ripping them selfs

Buying back all shares does not make them innocent at all. Selling all shares does not make the investors not angry any more either. It is equally guilty to collect money and manipulated the price to almost 0 with scam and buy them back.

If I were in Hong Kong,  I would report the police now. I believe the police in Hong Kong is trust-able. Just don't understand why there's no one have already done this. We cannot silently accept this and let the criminals at large.
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October 08, 2013, 06:56:57 AM
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well when btct shuts down, then this so called electronic shares, vanished, they can delete logs they have, and dissolve labcoin project from itec, so i mean as if they gonna care about buyback, and shares it self, the whole thing.

they can dump the remaing 2million or so and run away now, yet they didnt,  wait a min, maybe they did dump all share slowly after we knew the 2million share left, and only investors are ripping them selfs

If they own 90%+ of all shares, how can they dump? They would just be dumping into their own hands.

I just suggested a buyback because I reckon only a few hundred thousand shares are left that are not owned by Labcoin and thus it would be much easier at this point in time to just payoff the remainding shares and be done with it.

I see no situation where they need to dump a large amount of shares, they can pull off the scam without needing to.
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October 08, 2013, 06:58:13 AM
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Don't blame it on others, especially not those who are trying to help now.

i blame howard abit, he just turned away after noticing labcoin is listed with his name in contract while in reality he already left them before labcoin came into btct, he should feel bad, honestly.

now is way too late when his emails came to light
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October 08, 2013, 07:00:35 AM
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Don't blame it on others, especially not those who are trying to help now.

i blame howard abit, he just turned away after noticing labcoin is listed with his name in contract while in reality he already left them before labcoin came into btct, he should feel bad, honestly.

now is way too late when his emails came to light

Another aspect of this scam, everyone including Howard are going to be playing the innocent person taken advantage of.

What I mean is everyone will be saying how they were promised pay and made only 10 bitcoin.

I am very sure everyone in this scam has made bank. Howard has most likely made much more than 10 bitcoin.

But yeah you guys trust the scammers and the scamming downtrodden employees.
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October 08, 2013, 07:04:58 AM
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Do you really believe one can leave peacefully with 10BTC after two month's work and found out the project has successfully collected $700K? Do you really believe Allesia will be so stupid to piss off an former employee knows everything about it is a scam? Howard can be forgiven only if he help us to prove Allesia is guilty in the court.
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October 08, 2013, 07:07:34 AM
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Don't blame it on others, especially not those who are trying to help now.

i blame howard abit, he just turned away after noticing labcoin is listed with his name in contract while in reality he already left them before labcoin came into btct, he should feel bad, honestly.

now is way too late when his emails came to light

Another aspect of this scam, everyone including Howard are going to be playing the innocent person taken advantage of.

What I mean is everyone will be saying how they were promised pay and made only 10 bitcoin.

I am very sure everyone in this scam has made bank. Howard has most likely made much more than 10 bitcoin.

But yeah you guys trust the scammers and the scamming downtrodden employees.

you know what, when i heard howard had left, i think labcoin said it, but he said it way late when his lies started coming up.
u know what i thought when i heard that, i thought could be howard taken huge sum of ipo and paid his tuition with stolen investors bitcoin
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October 08, 2013, 07:12:59 AM
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Reality check; what laws did these people break? Labcoin doesnt even exist as a legal entity, and there is no contract that binds anyone. Its even not obvious to prove involvement of the Alessi's, Ive not seen their signature on any document, all we have is hearsay.

The only way I see to get to them is by reporting them to security and exchange commissions for selling unregistered securities. If you are in the US, just contact the SEC. If you are in Hong Kong, contact the SFC. Ive only glanced over HK law, but selling unregistered company shares appears  just as illegal there as it is in almost all  other countries:

http://www.legislation.gov.hk/blis_ind.nsf/CurAllEngDoc/42CE7AADFA70346548257A56000C69A2?OpenDocument

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October 08, 2013, 07:15:27 AM
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If they own 90%+ of all shares, how can they dump? They would just be dumping into their own hands.

I just suggested a buyback because I reckon only a few hundred thousand shares are left that are not owned by Labcoin and thus it would be much easier at this point in time to just payoff the remainding shares and be done with it.

I see no situation where they need to dump a large amount of shares, they can pull off the scam without needing to.

This is fantasy.

There will still be lots of other shareholders. Ukyo and Burnside say they haven't sold. There also will be lots of people who don't pay attention to the news on a day to day basis, or just can't bring themselves to sell at this point just in case. People in the Labcoin IRC have been cursing Labcoin's name while still talking about holding shares they can't bring themselves to give up on at this price.

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October 08, 2013, 07:20:51 AM
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Reality check; what laws did these people break? Labcoin doesnt even exist as a legal entity, and there is no contract that binds anyone. Its even not obvious to prove involvement of the Alessi's, Ive not seen their signature on any document, all we have is hearsay.

The only way I see to get to them is by reporting them to security and exchange commissions for selling unregistered securities. If you are in the US, just contact the SEC. If you are in Hong Kong, contact the SFC. Ive only glanced over HK law, but selling unregistered company shares appears  just as illegal there as it is in almost all  other countries:

http://www.legislation.gov.hk/blis_ind.nsf/CurAllEngDoc/42CE7AADFA70346548257A56000C69A2?OpenDocument



Great idea.
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October 08, 2013, 07:21:08 AM
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Do you really believe one can leave peacefully with 10BTC after two month's work and found out the project has successfully collected $700K? Do you really believe Allesia will be so stupid to piss off an former employee knows everything about it is a scam? Howard can be forgiven only if he help us to prove Allesia is guilty in the court.

true kinda, if howard would have alerted us before ipo started , it would have saved us.

to clarify, in what state did howard see labcoin when he checked btct,  did he see it listed as frozen, did he see it in ipo process, or did he see it when prices started stablize around 0.0016 in few days.

if the two former statement is what he saw, he could have saved us.

the latter, can still safe alot people getting ripped from dump/pump.

in any condition, he just kept quite, until few days ago investors got him in contact,  honestly i feel disgusted.

i dont care if he got paid 10btc and saw labcoin is million dollar, he stayed quite after noticing, his damn name is there and still just turned away.

yes howard can help, but he should be bit guilty of ignoring, he himself lost trust in them before he left, and he damn didnt care about investors ripping each other while believing howard is making asics, while whole time he already studying his course in america,

he can be innocent, but guilty of ignoring and giving blind eye
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