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November 28, 2013, 04:29:37 PM
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hero2w. just put in smaller withdrawals and do them every 20 day ish. you can definitely have like 10k a month income. tbh mtgox has high prices but i hear its better to not use mtgox.

you know one time i got my heart broken by a girl and i wanted to straight up kill her. but i didnt. just take some deep breaths and regroup and get your f*!@# money. every 20 days is like maybe 30k or more every 2 months.
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November 28, 2013, 05:03:03 PM
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As a former Zen teacher this guy should be better equipped at handling this than resolving to suicide threats.

A former Zen teacher with a nick name: Malevolent?

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wishing evil or harm to another or others; showing ill will; ill-disposed; malicious: His failures made him malevolent toward those who were successful.
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evil; harmful; injurious: a malevolent inclination to destroy the happiness of others.
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Astrology . evil or malign in influence.


Maybe it is time to change your job

lol I think there is a misunderstanding

the OP aka hero2w aka Robert Hedegus is a former Zen teacher

Looked at his Facebook. He seems a nice guy with beautiful kids and a lovely girlfriend. Why would he want to throw all of that away?

Besides he lives in Hungary which is a wonderful country. Been there last summer. Smiley
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November 28, 2013, 05:04:11 PM
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Do not do it. Think of your wife, your kids. Think of all the fun times you had, and will have with them. You WILL get through this, no matter what happens. Imagine how your family will feel if you do it. All the grief they will feel. You will never be able to see your loving family again.

It may take a while, but things will get better. Do not loose hope.
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November 28, 2013, 05:48:32 PM
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Looked at his Facebook. He seems a nice guy with beautiful kids and a lovely girlfriend. Why would he want to throw all of that away?

Besides he lives in Hungary which is a wonderful country. Been there last summer. Smiley

He's hungarian? Then: Nagyon remélem, hogy ez valami vicc, mert ha komoly, az nem jó. Ha igaz, akkor most nem számít, hogy mennyire jó ötlet ilyen befektetésbe így beleugrani, le kell higgadni és úgy átgondolni a lehetőségeket. Az itt leírtak alapján több részletben probléma nélkül ki tudod venni a pénzt, csak nem egyben. Persze idegörlő a várakozás, de menni fog.
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November 28, 2013, 06:15:38 PM
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What is with this guys English?  Roll Eyes

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November 28, 2013, 06:27:28 PM
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What is with this guys English?  Roll Eyes

He uses Google Translate (there was a tab open with it on one of the screenshots that he posted).
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November 28, 2013, 06:32:48 PM
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I'm just hoping it's not true at all... Never thought BTC will become such a big deal, despite I'm watching it rises and falls for a while.
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November 28, 2013, 06:41:15 PM
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Hey hold on man, If mtgox is doing some delay, cancel that withdrawal request, buy bitcoins with your money, withdraw them and sell them on localbitcoins in parts.

What's the big deal.?

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November 28, 2013, 07:06:01 PM
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I don't know if OP story is real, but I am currently experiencing the same problem.

I am not thinking of suicide in anyway, but I do have an attorney getting involved.

I bought BTC when it was pennies. Today I am literally a Virtual Millionaire, and no exchange will allow me  to WITHDRAW my money. The claim it is a "High Risk", even tho I have been fully verified.

I know someone else who is experiencing the same problem along with the OP. The OP can contact me, and join us in a (class action) lawsuit against these BTC exchanges. Anybody else experiencing the same issue can contact me.

This is a BIG WARNING to all of you about this BTC ponzi scheme . Maybe they let you guys withdraw small amounts, but when you make alot of money and  try to withdraw it. They are going to freeze your accounts.

Alot of you are investing in this scam, in hopes of getting rich. Wait until it goes up in value (Virtual Millions) and cant get it out. Only then will you realize its a scam.

Obviously nobody knows who is the creator SATOSHI, so nobody can sue him. Pretty creative way of ripping off millions (maybe billions) , and no way of being imprisoned or sued.

Please stop putting all of your money, hopes, and dreams into this. YOU ALL HAVE BEEN WARNED!
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November 28, 2013, 07:11:49 PM
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I don't know if OP story is real, but I am currently experiencing the same problem.

I am not thinking of suicide in anyway, but I do have an attorney getting involved.

I bought BTC when it was pennies. Today I am literally a Virtual Millionaire, and no exchange will allow me  to WITHDRAW my money. The claim it is a "High Risk", even tho I have been fully verified.

I know someone else who is experiencing the same problem along with the OP. The OP can contact me, and join us in a (class action) lawsuit against these BTC exchanges. Anybody else experiencing the same issue can contact me.

This is a BIG WARNING to all of you about this BTC ponzi scheme . Maybe they let you guys withdraw small amounts, but when you make alot of money and  try to withdraw it. They are going to freeze your accounts.

Alot of you are investing in this scam, in hopes of getting rich. Wait until it goes up in value (Virtual Millions) and cant get it out. Only then will you realize its a scam.

Obviously nobody knows who is the creator SATOSHI, so nobody can sue him. Pretty creative way of ripping off millions (maybe billions) , and no way of being imprisoned or sued.

Please stop putting all of your money, hopes, and dreams into this. YOU ALL HAVE BEEN WARNED!


... really again?

Greetings,

Am new to BTC. I been planning on investing for over a year, but finally took the leap tonite.

I purchased a small amount of BTC first, just so I could practice the learning-curve. I want to get comfortable before making a bigger purchas.

I bought some BTC tonite from VIRWOX. I want to save my BTC into cold storage. What do I do now?

Thanks in advance



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November 28, 2013, 07:12:12 PM
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It's got nothing to do with satoshi, stay away from the exchanges and trade with people on localbitcoins and you should be fine.

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now that's funny  Cheesy
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November 28, 2013, 08:19:33 PM
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I bet that mtgox and Satoshi Nakamoto are the same.

The top bitcoin exchange is mtgox and the founder of bitcoin is a man with a japanese name

Travel to japan and go to mtgox and you will find Satoshi Nakamoto
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November 28, 2013, 10:20:03 PM
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I strongly suggest calming down and trying to solve this in a sophisticated manner. Threatening MTGOX will not help you get your money back. MTGOX has a daily/weekly transaction barrier, so you can't withdraw huge amounts at a time. You can however exchange your bitcoins in to EUR (That is your local currency, right?) and slowly send yourself the euro every week until you reach the full amount.

Also, it seems as if you bought €100k worth of bitcoins several months ago, those €100k are surely a lot more by now? Does not this make you happy, rather than sad? You have essentially increased your life savings by a huge amount!
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November 28, 2013, 10:23:11 PM
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Just from a gaming theory pov this is not a winning tactic
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November 28, 2013, 10:27:06 PM
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its not like your balance is 0. thats robbery. just be smart on your end game.
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November 28, 2013, 10:32:02 PM
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OP, you are a retard for investing your children's savings into something unstable like bitcoin.
This. Never investment money you can't miss.

I feel verry bad for you my friend.
Please do not harm yourself or your family.

If you pm me your wallet I will send you some bitcoins.

Dude are you serious? Dutch people are too smart to fall for this Tongue

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November 28, 2013, 10:52:22 PM
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I guess IF this recent rise in crypto currencies is a "bubble", reminding people that a bath has many bubbles :0 Then it leaves the likes of MT Gox in a situation where they could run out of money very quickly, if there was a sudden spate of withdrawals, in my mind the exact same thing would occur if everyone tried to withdraw cash from their mainstream banks.
Either way the OP needs to appreciate the real value of wealth, wealth is being able to hold your wifes hand, walk in the park with your kids and appreciate the beauty of nature. removing your families father is a sh*t thing to do over false wealth. So like everyone else has said, feel some love, hug your family, withdraw your bitcoins slowly or think of another strategy like converting to other coins. If you are just a troll then thanks for making everyone else see the value in not killing ourselves because we can't have all the things we want right now.
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November 28, 2013, 11:43:04 PM
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with 100k you could of invested in something more stable that your family can rely on. but its not like he doesnt have 100k in mtgox.
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November 29, 2013, 12:10:48 AM
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MtGox didn't do this to you. You did this to yourself by not understanding the rules for withdrawals, and by foolishly dumping your family's fortune into a single venture. You can keep spouting all the New Age-y, pseudo-zen hippie bullshit you want, but at the end of the day, you could have avoided this by doing some due diligence and research on the service you were about to throw 100,000euro at.   

I was actually fairly sympathetic to your troubles, until you started dropping post after post filled with hippie, socialist, attention-whoring nonsense.
The guy is not American, doesn't not have to deal with your redneck grade ideology. SHUT THE FUCK UP!


 
 
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November 29, 2013, 01:52:06 AM
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This is weird. Why would you kill yourself? just withdraw the funds in small parts until you have it all. Isn't that an option?

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