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Author Topic: [LABCOIN] IPO [BTCT.CO] - Details/FAQ and Discussion (ASIC dev/sales/mining)  (Read 1041438 times)
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January 27, 2014, 08:51:26 PM
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I got a e-mail from Labcoin yesterday (info@labcoin.com) and told me he will come after me if i continue to harass him. The nerves of Alberto to even reply back with that. It seems like he still checks his labcoin e-mail account.
I suggest again to contact the Italian fiscal police, just in case.

This<urp@gdf.it> should be the address, though I'm not sure if they handle English too.
If they don't, feel free to ask me to provide them a translation excerpt.

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January 27, 2014, 11:33:50 PM
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PM sent to alexius89, here is the latest update:

Hello everyone,

Wow, that was some update that auto2nr1 got from Sam, it will be forwarded to the lawyer, and then to the police, just to show them what kind of people we are dealing with.

Update from the lawyer:

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Now we are ready to go. We spoke with police officers, they agreed on receiving us to explain the content of the complaint.

For the people joining I closed the first round of people. All people who submitted within friday 24 have been taken care of, including people who made an incomplete submission; all those people have received a request for submitting the missing data; all of them but one have sent the missing pieces of information. So now we have you and 65 more complainants with full rounded positions.

During the week end and today we had 14 late complainants. We are reviewing their submissions. I will write to them all tomorrow.

We definitely have to put a stop for late submissions. You decide the day.


OK, so the FINAL deadline to join is 28 Jan 10.00 am GMT, about 12h from now,  after that the lawyer will not take on any more people to the complaint, and then he can finalize it for the police.


A big thank you to everyone who has joined the complaint.

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January 27, 2014, 11:37:55 PM
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I got a e-mail from Labcoin yesterday (info@labcoin.com) and told me he will come after me if i continue to harass him. The nerves of Alberto to even reply back with that. It seems like he still checks his labcoin e-mail account.

Im trying to fathom the sort of brain that would steal millions and think he has a right to not be harassed. I cant even process it.
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January 27, 2014, 11:41:59 PM
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Im trying to fathom the sort of brain that would steal millions and think he has a right to not be harassed. I cant even process it.

The kind of crazy Italian who is crazy enough to pull of a million dollar scam and succeed so far.

Crazy enough to hire a mob hitman perhaps.....
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January 28, 2014, 12:00:15 AM
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I got a e-mail from Labcoin yesterday (info@labcoin.com) and told me he will come after me if i continue to harass him. The nerves of Alberto to even reply back with that. It seems like he still checks his labcoin e-mail account.
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January 28, 2014, 02:20:15 AM
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Im trying to fathom the sort of brain that would steal millions and think he has a right to not be harassed. I cant even process it.

he is busy working on his next scam and doesn't like to be disturbed...

there are so many bitcoiners who believe they are above the law.
funny thing is.. its easier for the law to see you when you are up there on your high horse.

the guy clearly is an idiot that deserves the full punishment of the law.
that's why I held my shares in labcoin.. just to sit and watch him go down.

the guy from ActiveMining is starting to get cocky too it wouldn't surprise me at all if he was the next one to run off with peoples money..


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January 28, 2014, 03:26:39 AM
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at least we know he probably cashed out at 100.
probably feels the sting everyday knowing it couldve been 7 mill.
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January 29, 2014, 12:58:45 PM
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No joke. I have several e-mails with Sam aka Alberto over the past few months. The reply i received yesterday was from a e-mail sent a while ago so i was surprised that he would reply back after some time has passed.
Any screenshots? You know as well as I that on the internet nothing is true until a screenshot is provided. Even though I am also joining the lawsuit and have nothing positive to say about the fraudsters, I won't eat up any claim about anything.
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January 29, 2014, 01:30:25 PM
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No joke. I have several e-mails with Sam aka Alberto over the past few months. The reply i received yesterday was from a e-mail sent a while ago so i was surprised that he would reply back after some time has passed.
Any screenshots? You know as well as I that on the internet nothing is true until a screenshot is provided. Even though I am also joining the lawsuit and have nothing positive to say about the fraudsters, I won't eat up any claim about anything.

Really? give me 10mn and I ll provide you with a screenshot of a letter from Obama stating Sam is about to release 50 TH/s. Hell, I ll throw in a Photo of him with alberto having martinis in the galapados :]
Joke aside, I believe screenshots are the most unreliable thing on internet...

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January 29, 2014, 05:22:48 PM
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No joke. I have several e-mails with Sam aka Alberto over the past few months. The reply i received yesterday was from a e-mail sent a while ago so i was surprised that he would reply back after some time has passed.
Any screenshots? You know as well as I that on the internet nothing is true until a screenshot is provided. Even though I am also joining the lawsuit and have nothing positive to say about the fraudsters, I won't eat up any claim about anything.

Here is the screenshot. I figured you guys would ask for it. I've also been in touch with the lawyer and will be forwarding all Labcoin e-mail history to him before the end of the day.

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January 30, 2014, 08:24:58 PM
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No joke. I have several e-mails with Sam aka Alberto over the past few months. The reply i received yesterday was from a e-mail sent a while ago so i was surprised that he would reply back after some time has passed.
Any screenshots? You know as well as I that on the internet nothing is true until a screenshot is provided. Even though I am also joining the lawsuit and have nothing positive to say about the fraudsters, I won't eat up any claim about anything.

Really? give me 10mn and I ll provide you with a screenshot of a letter from Obama stating Sam is about to release 50 TH/s. Hell, I ll throw in a Photo of him with alberto having martinis in the galapados :]
Joke aside, I believe screenshots are the most unreliable thing on internet...
There are also incredibly easy methods to revealing if a screenshot has been tampered with. You'll know if you work with this profesionally as well.

Anyways, that screen of the mail exchange was really odd. He refers to threats that we see nothing of, which is kinda weird. I'm guessing there must be something further back in history or personal messages?
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January 30, 2014, 08:38:16 PM
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January 31, 2014, 12:32:52 AM
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Try again  Grin
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February 01, 2014, 01:48:45 PM
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Update about the complaint

The lawyer has sent me the criminal complaint, in the beginning of next week i will go to the local notary office to sign it, the notary will verify my identity and also sign it. After that I will express mail it to the lawyers office.

When the remaining amount of the invoice is payed, he will submit it to the Italian authorities. I will send the BTC to the lawyer immediately, when there is enough funds to cover the remaining amount of the invoice in the wallet.

There is currently 2.80 BTC in the donations wallet, so about 0.94 BTC is still needed to get to the 3.7 BTC target. So to everyone who has not yet donated, now would be a good time to do so.

In case of failure to get the funds with donations, I guess it's up to me to pay the remaining amount of the invoice, after all it is in my name.

I donated 0.12 BTC, and I have put hundred of hours of work in to this case, my economical situation is not very good at the moment, so I would really appreciate your help with this.


About the people who didn't send their information in time, I asked the lawyer about this, here is his answer:

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The complaint can be added upon, so new people can join in the future. But for our purpose that doesn't matter a lot, since we are not starting a class action here, but just filing a criminal complaint to Italian authorities for them to investigate and eventually prosecute people behind Labcoin. If a court case will result from investigation, then people could join the case asking for compensation. This maybe should be made clear to the people asking to join, since I feel they have a wrong idea of what we are doing.

I also some times get the feeling that people think this is a class action, that is not the case, this is the first step towards a class action, as I have mentioned Here and Here

For a class action, if there is a court case, we are going to need to hire a lawyer again, and collect all the people's information that wants to ask for compensation.

Thank you for your support,

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February 01, 2014, 05:09:13 PM
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Huh
You obviously don't work with this at a professional level, or else you wouldn't have posted that failed attempt.
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February 01, 2014, 07:30:29 PM
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Huh
You obviously don't work with this at a professional level, or else you wouldn't have posted that failed attempt.
And why would this be a failed attempt?

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February 02, 2014, 12:27:24 PM
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Update about the complaint

There is currently 2.80 BTC in the donations wallet, so about 0.94 BTC is still needed to get to the 3.7 BTC target. So to everyone who has not yet donated, now would be a good time to do so.

Let's get it going.
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https://blockchain.info/address/1PHDaiUMq5u3WTAwmYv7ioNnKfEGYXBtmT
The address received total 6.58255046 BTC.
3.6995 BTC was consumed on half of the lawyer's invoice.
Address holds now 2.88255046 BTC, but about 3.7 BTC is needed for the other half of the invoice.
3.7 - 2.88255046 = 0.81744954 BTC still missing.

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February 04, 2014, 12:14:26 PM
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I got mail from the lawyer, the total amount of BTC needed to pay for the rest of the invoice is 3.8 BTC.

I will now send the missing part of the BTC to the donations wallet, and then I will send the 3.8 BTC to the lawyer.

If anyone likes to compensate me for paying the rest of the BTC needed for the criminal complaint, or for all the work I put in to making this happen, then you can send some coins to:

virtualspade's cold beer fund:

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LTC:   LUTaae2YTkZomPgd2AeqKyNonpe2iTgZ7R
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Thank you for your support,

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February 04, 2014, 06:11:36 PM
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Huh
You obviously don't work with this at a professional level, or else you wouldn't have posted that failed attempt.

You spotted the console, huh?  Ain't no foolin' teh pros.
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February 04, 2014, 06:46:13 PM
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I got mail from the lawyer, the total amount of BTC needed to pay for the rest of the invoice is 3.8 BTC.

I will now send the missing part of the BTC to the donations wallet, and then I will send the 3.8 BTC to the lawyer.

If anyone likes to compensate me for paying the rest of the BTC needed for the criminal complaint, or for all the work I put in to making this happen, then you can send some coins to:

virtualspade's cold beer fund:

BTC:  1PFLjadp8BUXihShfEmhCKugUUfo8SveJy
LTC:   LUTaae2YTkZomPgd2AeqKyNonpe2iTgZ7R
WDC: WQ6hNRmN4cDhF6XmccRN6uruWinLkZd2Aj
EAC:  emS97Z8rn9bUq4jkzTWhQpQPmJojo6uGdV
PHS:  9VhrLFyjP7mjBpSN3eAeihWfDH6mow69hJ
DMD: dQhdTU2q6g1CnESmmF4AGdnrpGJVZHkPYt 
Coye: 5iz6WwTqgxwakJVTqU8k4vqBMp4XTNbZE1
Doge: DHiozbykumGbqVnanE6tTWhvYBzJKFyWJB

Thank you for your support,

virtualspade


Hey, keep up the good work. We need more people in community like you. I have sent you some BTCs, hope it helps at least a bit
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