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September 24, 2013, 01:07:39 PM
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For all traders who whisper the words mcxNOW in any shape or form (even the mentioning of mcxFEEs or realsolid) on BTC-e.com can expect a ban from 60 minutes to 2 months.

It seems the admin of BTC-e are feeling the heat from RealSolid's new and improved mcxNOW, resulting in rapid loss of market share.  

Innovate or die. I'm a believer of freedom of speech and I suggest others to boycott BTC-e.com.

This comes from a longtime BTC-e user.


UPDATE: Just the mention of realsolid also will get you banned. Simplyfun said it was due to trolling yet it is called the trollbox and his rules are not in the official terms of btc-e.

I'm not here to argue, just reporting what is going on. Feel free to voice your opinions below, because myself like many others enjoy freedom of speech. I won't have Satoshi ban you.
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September 24, 2013, 01:09:30 PM
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My money is safer in BTC-e than it is in MCXNow. And given the state of BTC-e, that speaks volumes for the shadiness of realsolid.

This is merely a blanket policy. They also ban you for mentioning other irrelevant exchanges such as vircurex and bter.

You are deluding yourself if you think mcxnow has stolen any significant amount of market share.

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September 24, 2013, 01:16:25 PM
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Just read BTC-e Terms of Use, you agree to them when opening an account.

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September 24, 2013, 01:17:16 PM
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My money is safer in BTC-e than it is in MCXNow. And given the state of BTC-e, that speaks volumes for the shadiness of realsolid.

This is merely a blanket policy. They also ban you for mentioning other irrelevant exchanges such as vircurex and bter.

You are deluding yourself if you think mcxnow has stolen any significant amount of market share.

Actually I trust no online exchange/ wallet with my finances so mcxNOW still looks like a better/ open trading environment in my opinion. And if I do choose to keep some coin on mcxNOW, I earn interest. RS is no shadier than a bunch of Russians who cannot speak proper English or reveal their own identities. I saw some statistics the other day how much RS has gained on BTC-e's turf. If I can be bothered later on, I will dig them up.

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September 24, 2013, 01:31:42 PM
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I think it should be temporary - its counter productive - and why advertise MCX ? which is what is happening by proxy - they should now just ignore them,

I've never even been to MCX - but it just now has about 100X the press it had before .

lol ha ha what Hazard<  said , indeed.  

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September 24, 2013, 01:33:31 PM
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Hmmmm a couple mods seem to have clamped down today.  Right as FTC has gone on MCX.
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September 24, 2013, 01:38:55 PM
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I think it should be temporary - its counter productive - and why advertise MCX ? which is what is happening by proxy - they should now just ignore them,

I've never even been to MCX - but it just now has about 100X the press it had before .

lol ha ha what Hazard<  said , indeed.  

Exactly, it just provides more exposure for MCX and it makes the banned users pissed so they leave. Such a bad strategy but it is their own fault and ultimately their downfall.

I'm merely warning users as they have really clamped down on users since the FTC implementation on MCX. When you ban long time users who have provided a shit load of money for the site in transaction fees, I don't appreciate being banned for simply talking about shares.

Never again will I use BTC-e.

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September 24, 2013, 01:51:22 PM
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My money is safer in BTC-e than it is in MCXNow. And given the state of BTC-e, that speaks volumes for the shadiness of realsolid.

This is merely a blanket policy. They also ban you for mentioning other irrelevant exchanges such as vircurex and bter.

You are deluding yourself if you think mcxnow has stolen any significant amount of market share.

Actually I trust no online exchange/ wallet with my finances so mcxNOW still looks like a better/ open trading environment in my opinion. And if I do choose to keep some coin on mcxNOW, I earn interest. RS is no shadier than a bunch of Russians who cannot speak proper English or reveal their own identities. I saw some statistics the other day how much RS has gained on BTC-e's turf. If I can be bothered later on, I will dig them up.


At least we know theyre russians. Who the fuck is realsolid? Where does he live? No one knows a damn thing about him. Hes a ghost. Hes "joked" before that he could run off with money and no one would be able to find him.

You do realize mcxnow was only created as an outlet to dump all the mincoins he premined, right?

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September 24, 2013, 01:52:29 PM
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I see you are spamming the trollbox, sorry, chatbox with "realsolid" an like. To what end?
If you don't like BTC-e, then leave and let other use whatever exchange they feel more comfortable with.
If you want to discuss merits of different exchanges, do so outside, on open forums, like here.
Wonder what mcxNOW would do if I went there and started spamming them with "BTC-e is best" lines? Ban me? And they would be within their rights.

Never again will I use BTC-e.

Yet, I see you spamming there right at this moment.  Roll Eyes

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September 24, 2013, 02:00:44 PM
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I see you are spamming the trollbox, sorry, chatbox with "realsolid" an like. To what end?
If you don't like BTC-e, then leave and let other use whatever exchange they feel more comfortable with.
If you want to discuss merits of different exchanges, do so outside, on open forums, like here.
Wonder what mcxNOW would do if I went there and started spamming them with "BTC-e is best" lines? Ban me? And they would be within their rights.

Never again will I use BTC-e.

Yet, I see you spamming there right at this moment.  Roll Eyes

For transactions. The trollbox is a great area for education, why leave?

Nope, someone already did that and RS said he doesn't give a shit. Who's squirming now?
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September 24, 2013, 02:08:25 PM
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Squirming? Not at all.
But I am curious as to your motifs. The means and the opportunity - that you already have. Wink

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September 24, 2013, 02:10:00 PM
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Btc-e improved their charts recently so they are feeling the heat and responding.

I don't see how Btc-e is any less shady than mcxnow. In both the cases they can just disappear.
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September 24, 2013, 02:10:51 PM
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8 out of 10 for trolling .  Not bad trolling indeed .

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September 24, 2013, 02:17:01 PM
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Haven't heard of mcx, so I went to check it out, and the first thing I see is:

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realsolid: chowderman: gavin andresen, leader of bitcoin, is introducing centralized certificates into bitcoin, so thats the trojan horse

Okay, never visiting that site again lol. Glad to know realsolid is in charge and just spreading FUD about bitcoin. What's funny, is the exchange's backbone is btc...

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September 24, 2013, 02:18:27 PM
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Squirming? Not at all.
But I am curious as to your motifs. The means and the opportunity - that you already have. Wink

Because f**k them. If that is how they are going to treat their members who were once loyal for simply mentioning some crypto shares, why do I want to be apart of that? I would see them crumble and burn, which is where they are heading - fast.

By the way I love you Simplyfun, I know you are reading  Kiss
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September 24, 2013, 02:20:03 PM
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I don't like btc-e and their shady deal  but they have volume and it's the most important to make money.

On mcxnow, there is not enough volume and too many scam/useless coins.
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September 24, 2013, 02:21:06 PM
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Haven't heard of mcx, so I went to check it out, and the first thing I see is:

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realsolid: chowderman: gavin andresen, leader of bitcoin, is introducing centralized certificates into bitcoin, so thats the trojan horse

Okay, never visiting that site again lol. Glad to know realsolid is in charge and just spreading FUD about bitcoin. What's funny, is the exchange's backbone is btc...

I hate the OP! Now they are saying that bitcoin is the mark of the beast and you've sold your soul. Please I hope my computer crashes and the hard drive erases and I never make it back there. Too hard not to watch this prime time chat room comedy.

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September 24, 2013, 02:21:20 PM
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Well trolled , tell me where is mxc hosted , you obviously own shares yes ?

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September 24, 2013, 02:23:52 PM
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Haven't heard of mcx, so I went to check it out, and the first thing I see is:

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realsolid: chowderman: gavin andresen, leader of bitcoin, is introducing centralized certificates into bitcoin, so thats the trojan horse

Okay, never visiting that site again lol. Glad to know realsolid is in charge and just spreading FUD about bitcoin. What's funny, is the exchange's backbone is btc...

I hate the OP! Now they are saying that bitcoin is the mark of the beast and you've sold your soul. Please I hope my computer crashes and the hard drive erases and I never make it back there. Too hard not to watch this prime time chat room comedy.
Who cares what anyone says , that effects you ? Add all the btc flaws up and you get a very problematic crypto"currency . In my opinion .

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September 24, 2013, 02:26:45 PM
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Who cares what anyone says , that effects you ? Add all the btc flaws up and you get a very problematic crypto"currency . In my opinion .


And all alt currencies using the same base as btc somehow become better?

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