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November 08, 2013, 02:13:01 PM
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Anybody think that this recent spike in bitcoin could be this new trust buying it up... along with other things of course.
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November 08, 2013, 04:16:27 PM
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who-is search on their domain............

Oh, look, you do know how to do a whois search after all.  How enlightening.

their whois details are of a french guy, french address but having a .co.uk website

And what is this?  You've had this skill for a long time.  Interesting.

Funny how this ability seems to come and go for you, depending on which thread you are trolling at the moment.

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November 08, 2013, 06:16:58 PM
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I looked into Second Market and decided not to go with them because their fees are too high. They charge 1.5% to liquidate and additionally charge 2% per annum. For me it was much easier to use Bitstamp and then use an Armory offline wallet with paper backups. 
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November 08, 2013, 07:03:11 PM
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I looked into Second Market and decided not to go with them because their fees are too high. They charge 1.5% to liquidate and additionally charge 2% per annum. For me it was much easier to use Bitstamp and then use an Armory offline wallet with paper backups. 

Good for you.  One of the great advantages of bitcoin is that with reasonably accessible security, you can manage your own wealth.  Just make sure you distribute your backups so they're not all in one place Wink
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November 08, 2013, 07:36:00 PM
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who-is search on their domain............

Oh, look, you do know how to do a whois search after all.  How enlightening.

their whois details are of a french guy, french address but having a .co.uk website

And what is this?  You've had this skill for a long time.  Interesting.

Funny how this ability seems to come and go for you, depending on which thread you are trolling at the moment.

learn to read...

second market DO NOT OWN BIT they only sponsor it.

so doing a who-is on secondmarket is futile as they are not the legal owners of your money you invest..

you are meant to look for who the OWNERS of BIT are. the legally identifable owners, so that when the crap hits the fan you know who to sue.

you cannot sue second market, as they have clearly said they are only sponsors.. not owners..

so before you invest.. find out who is the owner...

http://who.is/whois/http://www.bitcointrust.co

the domain is registered through go-daddy and the IP address of the server is going through a linode VPS.

for a legitimate OWNER asking for high value customers, hiding away their identity is fishy..


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November 08, 2013, 10:16:54 PM
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I haven't seen this claim posted here yet.


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