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January 19, 2018, 08:47:14 AM
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BiblePay is a new Christian Charity Cryptocurrency that donates 10% of mined coins to Charity,
the project is already sponsoring 180+ orphans monthly!

Also another 10% of coins goes towards (5% IT, 2.5% PR and 2.5% P2P),
these budgets are allocated every month and are spent on proposals submitted by anyone,
if the proposal passes enough yes votes it gets funded.

We are currently hiring C++ Blockchain developers, Learn More:
https://www.reddit.com/r/BiblePay/comments/7ph4k8/hiring_c_developer/

Now is a great time to join the project while it is still very young, we believe the value of these coins will go up immensely over time,
and your development work will be an integral part of the coins success. We hope to help sponsor tens of thousands of those in need.

Look forward to talking with you,
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January 20, 2018, 08:02:45 AM
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BiblePay is a new Christian Charity Cryptocurrency that donates 10% of mined coins to Charity,

Proof?   Do you have your charity information?

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January 21, 2018, 07:13:53 AM
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BiblePay is a new Christian Charity Cryptocurrency that donates 10% of mined coins to Charity,

Proof?   Do you have your charity information?

https://www.reddit.com/r/BiblePay/comments/7dtwx8/compassion_charity_accountability/
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January 21, 2018, 08:28:38 AM
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BiblePay is a new Christian Charity Cryptocurrency that donates 10% of mined coins to Charity,

Proof?   Do you have your charity information?

"Running a scam coin claiming to be a charity, but refusing to provide proof of charity as required by law.

What else do you expect from someone who preys on gullible people?"

Disclaimer: I like the coin and I am involved in the community to try to make it better. I also run the block explorer.

I find that feedback rather harsh and borderline dishonest as the "refusing to provide proof" did not happen.

It's just nobody saw that message since you posted it a thread that nobody checks? Maybe posting your question on the main thread, reddit, or anywhere else would have been better.

I do not want to sound harsh myself but you barely waited 2 days before coming to that conclusion and you did not even take the effort to spend 5 minutes to post it on the main thread after you had no replies here. I know you have good intentions and want to protect people from scammers but I think you made a mistake here.

I really hope you make it right and remove your feedback and possibly provide an apology or at least a corrigendum after reviewing the evidences (you can probably ask for more evidence if that link posted above doesn't satisfy you).
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