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December 20, 2013, 02:08:57 PM
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I was under the impression an Executive has to give 48 hours notice before making a trade. So Ken's only mistake was trading in secret, as it's not outright illegal.

Ken is selling unregistered securities to US persons -- a far graver transgression than insider trading.

We're all taking a risk and so that is even more motivation to succeed.
Go draw portals.

Just remember Crumbs probably wants us to fail just so he can gloat and laugh at us.
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December 20, 2013, 02:10:12 PM
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I was under the impression an Executive has to give 48 hours notice before making a trade. So Ken's only mistake was trading in secret, as it's not outright illegal.

Ken is selling unregistered securities to US persons -- a far graver transgression than insider trading.

We're all taking a risk and so that is even more motivation to succeed.
Go draw portals.

Just remember Crumbs probably wants us to fail just so he can gloat and laugh at us.

Oh really?  I thought he was here to save us with his cute kindergarten art  Cheesy

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December 20, 2013, 02:31:37 PM
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I was under the impression an Executive has to give 48 hours notice before making a trade. So Ken's only mistake was trading in secret, as it's not outright illegal.

Ken is selling unregistered securities to US persons -- a far graver transgression than insider trading.

We're all taking a risk and so that is even more motivation to succeed.
Go draw portals.

Just remember Crumbs probably wants us to fail just so he can gloat and laugh at us.

Oh really?  I thought he was here to save us with his cute kindergarten art  Cheesy

Volanic:
I've accepted your financial failings as an immutable, though unfortunate fact of life.  Efforts to save you from yourself are as productive as railing against gravity.
Honestly, sometimes i think you post here only to grumble and pick fights.
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December 20, 2013, 02:54:07 PM
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I was under the impression an Executive has to give 48 hours notice before making a trade. So Ken's only mistake was trading in secret, as it's not outright illegal.

Ken is selling unregistered securities to US persons -- a far graver transgression than insider trading.

We're all taking a risk and so that is even more motivation to succeed.
Go draw portals.

Just remember Crumbs probably wants us to fail just so he can gloat and laugh at us.

Oh really?  I thought he was here to save us with his cute kindergarten art  Cheesy

Volanic:
I've accepted your financial failings as an immutable, though unfortunate fact of life.  Efforts to save you from yourself are as productive as railing against gravity.
Honestly, sometimes i think you post here only to grumble and pick fights.

So what you have been doing for the last few months on this thread and quite a few others can best be described by yourself as unproductive? ahh ok.
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December 20, 2013, 03:29:22 PM
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I've accepted your financial failings as an immutable, though unfortunate fact of life.  Efforts to save you from yourself are as productive as railing against gravity.
Honestly, sometimes i think you post here only to grumble and pick fights.

So what you have been doing for the last few months on this thread and quite a few others can best be described by yourself as unproductive? ahh ok.

Nah.
Active Mining is the cancer in the butt of bitcoin.  I am treating it with chemo to halt metastasis.  Though the chemo won't save you, the affected cells, it must be done for the sake of my bitcoin.
I wish things could be different, but all of my warnings fell on deaf ears.
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December 20, 2013, 03:37:24 PM
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Despite the death threats in PM, and the endless phone calls from detractors. He goes on!
Is that not bravery? Is that not heroism?

It's enlightened self-interest.  I don't want the good name of my bitcoin to be sullied with lowbrow scams & failures the likes of Active Mining.
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December 20, 2013, 04:15:19 PM
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So what's going on here? I see that their website still states November shipping. People still think this will end up well?

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December 20, 2013, 04:20:38 PM
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So what's going on here? I see that their website still states November shipping. People still think this will end up well?

The bagholders have been passing around LSD and magic mushrooms since the spring.

VBS's magic spreadsheet showing how they would struggle to not 50% the network is now replaced by StuartUK's hand waving about 10% being just around the corner.

It's hilarious in a 3 stooges kind of way.
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December 20, 2013, 04:26:31 PM
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Surely, ActM is not the only low brow event in the bitcoin-verse.

Despite the death threats in PM, and the endless phone calls from detractors. He goes on!
Is that not bravery? Is that not heroism?

It's enlightened self-interest.  I don't want the good name of my bitcoin to be sullied with lowbrow scams & failures the likes of Active Mining.

No.  It's merely one of the most blatant ones, with Labcoin gone.  Labcoin was a curious deal -- i think pretty much everyone who dealt with it knew it for what it was.  The "shares" were used as tokens in a fun (and relatively simple) game of "who gets the bag."
The creepy thing about Active Mining is some here seem to sincerely believe it will succeed.
That, or they're accomplished trolls, and i'm just not in on the joke.
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December 20, 2013, 05:17:39 PM
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Since when is there going to be a "big announcement on February 1st" ?
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December 20, 2013, 05:29:20 PM
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...Enough of your trolling, crumbs. You won't get StuartUK to see the light, and you really do take up way too much bandwidth.  Take a break at least until the big announcement on February 1st.
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I wish i could, LorenzoMoney.  Unfortunately, in my absence you'd inevitably try to unload your "shares" on some clueless n00b.  I can't allow that, LorenzoMoney.
I wish you to know it's not my love for the innocents of this world or lack of it towards you that make this impossible.
This failscam simply can not be allowed to go on -- it reflects negatively on bitcoin as a whole & me as a part of it.
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December 20, 2013, 06:11:27 PM
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I wish shareholders were generally more demanding. Frequent financial statements that are normalized, honest communication. No unknown should be able to raise millions - if you're new you have to smart small. That's something 99% of the securities here do not manage. But when you ask for any of these, you're automatically a troll who wants "cheap shares". Asked for this for Cognitive, months later 4/5 of the dividend is "missing". I hope after so many "I told you so" people will listen.

Instead, they think hyping the company is going to make the shares valuable. It doesn't work. It lets the issuer get away with anything, and does not bring actual revenue.

The good news is you've got your wish.  The demise of BTCT and bitfunder has reduced trading volumes over 1000 fold.  No new issues are being sold.

The only hope holders of bitcoin securities have is recovery of their investment through dividends.
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December 20, 2013, 07:07:17 PM
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The creepy thing about Active Mining is some here seem to sincerely believe it will succeed.

This page has 20 posts, 8 of which are from Trolls who weren't interested in ACtM 3 weeks ago.

3 weeks ago pankakake wasn't here, Entropy wasn't here and crumbs was posting once or twice every other day.

What's changed?

Why are they so concerned about noobs and the 'reputation of Bitcoin' all of a sudden?

Ken isn't raising any more money, he hasn't asked for any money from anyone sincne IPO days many months ago - so the 'scam' claims are not based in fact.

So can someone explain this sudden perfect storm of Troll activity on here?

Anything to do with CryptoTrade??

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December 20, 2013, 07:10:45 PM
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I wish shareholders were generally more demanding. Frequent financial statements that are normalized, honest communication. No unknown should be able to raise millions - if you're new you have to smart small. That's something 99% of the securities here do not manage. But when you ask for any of these, you're automatically a troll who wants "cheap shares". Asked for this for Cognitive, months later 4/5 of the dividend is "missing". I hope after so many "I told you so" people will listen.

Instead, they think hyping the company is going to make the shares valuable. It doesn't work. It lets the issuer get away with anything, and does not bring actual revenue.

I don't think you are a troll. I do find it quite amusing some people on this thread come on here more than actual investors and then claim they want no part of the company though. Instead they are on here for the "betterment of the Bitcoin community", by undermining the moderators of the forums. It's rather pretentious, especially when their means of gaining attention is through the use of rather subpar means, (Photoshopped images, unnecessary insults, trying to go of course of the topic of the thread).  If you have proof something is a scam, then present the proof and the scam will be brought to light. But calling something a scam without evidence is worse than waiting for the evidence to appear. If you personally think it is a scam then get out of the investment.

No one is going to yell FUD if people come on here against the company with facts. But coming on here whining everyday about how the company is going to fail/succeed is unnecessary. People's opinion means very little here. I am down to hear actual facts all day. Not facts that have been extrapolated along with extreme bias for or against the company. Just facts; everything else is worthless. Now if Entropy or Crumbs came on here in their pursuit to better the community with hard facts of why something is the case then I would be behind them 100%. Unfortunately that is not the case. If this company is going to fail, there is no reason for you to be on here then. That's like going on a thread about blockbuster speculation. Trying to sway people from investing. Let the company sink and those who wish to sink with it have the right to do so.

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December 20, 2013, 07:35:20 PM
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Well said.
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December 20, 2013, 07:39:32 PM
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... Let the company sink and those who wish to sink with it have the right to do so.

If you were quietly going down with the ship, no one would object -- it's your right to do so.
The problem's no one's quietly drowning here.  There's unsettling talk about trading, which means you're planning to sell your tickets to the Titanic, so that someone may drown in your stead.
I'm sure you understand how distasteful that is.
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December 20, 2013, 07:48:51 PM
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But before the progressive news - about month ago - shares were still trading, you were not bothered then and were hardly on here. You said repeatedly back then that you were happy to see all ACtM shareholders burn.

But now very suddenly you care about ACtM shareholders?

It doesn't make any sense. The only thing that has changed is the news from Ken that we have shipped product, that we have IntelliHash, that we are very close to a full production run, that we have all hardware stockpiled for machine build, and that Ken expects to run a very very large mining farm. Oh and we are getting orders of 3Mill (est.) a month online.

So, does that explain your renewed interest? You want in on this action right? Why not say openly? Oh it would drive up share price before you could buy-in? I get you. Undecided

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December 20, 2013, 08:00:05 PM
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... Let the company sink and those who wish to sink with it have the right to do so.

If you were quietly going down with the ship, no one would object -- it's your right to do so.
The problem's no one's quietly drowning here.  There's unsettling talk about trading, which means you're planning to sell your tickets to the Titanic, so that someone may drown in your stead.
I'm sure you understand how distasteful that is.

go get a life you dumb tard, can't believe still you post on this thread everyday, what a sad pitiful life you living.



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My point was that you are very hard to take seriously when you sit at home all day with your cats trying to photoshop the next ActM joke.  It seems like something a young child would do with too much time on their hands, yet here you are claiming to "save the world" from Kens elaborate scam.  I find it very fascinating that we are expected to go live on crypto-trade any day now, and the trolling is going harder than ever before.    Let me give you a little history lesson on Labcoin, the ultimate "pass the bag" game.  Labcoin had more trolls than this thread ever had, and rightfully so.  The identity of those involved was very blurry, they posted pictures of cardboard chips, and large amounts of BTC were handed over to those involved (900BTC to theswede, I believe).  At one time, a Just-Dice account was linked to the IPO funds.  Point being -- Labcoin showed legitimate elements of a scam.  ActM, however, has not. You are making assumptions based on the lack of information Ken has provided, rather than information that actually exists.  For this reason, your trolling will not have an affect on the share price, because new speculators will arrive and do their own due diligence.  They will see that ActM is very similar to other developing companies.  A developing company always show a degree of uncertainty, and shareholders are well aware of that.   That is the nature of them.  In fact, it's desirable from the perspective of a lot of investment strategists because the higher risk companies will reward the most profit if they become successful. 

At the time of the ActM IPO, we could have invested in an established company with an actual product such as ASICMINER.  However, we were investors looks for a higher risk/reward pennystock; one that was in the earlier stage of development.  High risk speculators will come and go, they will read your posts and they will even look at your kindergarten art... but in the end, nothing you say will really matter, because they are grown-ups and you are not.

Keep up the photoshopping, and remember, stay inside the lines!


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December 20, 2013, 08:03:34 PM
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... Let the company sink and those who wish to sink with it have the right to do so.

If you were quietly going down with the ship, no one would object -- it's your right to do so.
The problem's no one's quietly drowning here.  There's unsettling talk about trading, which means you're planning to sell your tickets to the Titanic, so that someone may drown in your stead.
I'm sure you understand how distasteful that is.

Oh gimme a break, you are so full of shit… and could give a flying fuck about "unsuspecting investors" or anyone with you're antisocial "behind the safety of the wall" taunting.

With you're abusive, psychotic and obsessive behavior I'd peg you as a scammer way before any other troll or member on here.

You're not here to save anyone but yourself.
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December 20, 2013, 08:05:36 PM
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The creepy thing about Active Mining is some here seem to sincerely believe it will succeed.

This page has 20 posts, 8 of which are from Trolls who weren't interested in ACtM 3 weeks ago.

3 weeks ago pankakake wasn't here, Entropy wasn't here and crumbs was posting once or twice every other day.

What's changed?

Why are they so concerned about noobs and the 'reputation of Bitcoin' all of a sudden?

Ken isn't raising any more money, he hasn't asked for any money from anyone sincne IPO days many months ago - so the 'scam' claims are not based in fact.

So can someone explain this sudden perfect storm of Troll activity on here?

Anything to do with CryptoTrade??

 Roll Eyes

Dude, I have been telling people to stay away from Ken's penny stock scam since before you ever visited this site.

You really should make a spreadsheet showing how AM will capture 10% of the network hashing.  I miss VBS and his Excel based comedy.
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