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May 25, 2018, 12:20:52 AM
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I noticed in may yobit.net made 3 fork. 1. Lambo from Liza (liza was forked (1000:1 Bitcoin balance) , 2. Lizun (again from liza) 3. Limbo (From Lambo). All these 3 as well as liza started with high price but it goes below regularly as yobit sell unlimited. All these four fork has unlimited coin on yobit.net thats why they sell regularly and as a result price drop continuously. Last fork was: Limbo less than 12 hours ago. Starting price was 19 btc per LImbo. And now it is 0.00631256 btc. Think yourself where it goes in less then 12 hours. I think yobit  is 100% scam. What do you think?

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May 25, 2018, 04:15:22 AM
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Now it is 0.00039000 btc per LIMBO. 19 btc to 0.00039000 btc per limbo within less than a day. How scam it is!

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May 25, 2018, 03:14:55 PM
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Wow now 31 satoshi!

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May 25, 2018, 07:52:54 PM
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Wow now 31 satoshi!

Are you talking about this coin:



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now is 4 satoshi, How can this be possible?

Last fork was: Limbo less than 12 hours ago. Starting price was 19 btc per LImbo. And now it is 0.00631256 btc.

19 btc per LImbo?

how is this possible, who the hell in the world would buy that coin for that price?


I think yobit  is 100% scam. What do you think?

I have seen very big dumps but this dump? was epic





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May 25, 2018, 08:12:30 PM
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19 btc per LImbo?

how is this possible, who the hell in the world would buy that coin for that price?


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May 25, 2018, 11:53:08 PM
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19 btc per LImbo?

how is this possible, who the hell in the world would buy that coin for that price?



yobit was already weird, but from what I see they are getting worse every day, in the past I lost a lot of money because of them, it was something like this case, all the coins I bought in yobit were coins created by scammers and today they are only worth 2 satoshi and no one wants to buy, were coins that I bought for the price of more than 1000 satoshi and see that today are only worth 2 satoshi is something that hurts me, mainly because at the time I sold some things, bought bitcoin and bought these coins in yobit , I was naive.

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May 26, 2018, 12:27:58 AM
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yobit was already weird, but from what I see they are getting worse every day, in the past I lost a lot of money because of them, it was something like this case, all the coins I bought in yobit were coins created by scammers and today they are only worth 2 satoshi and no one wants to buy, were coins that I bought for the price of more than 1000 satoshi and see that today are only worth 2 satoshi is something that hurts me, mainly because at the time I sold some things, bought bitcoin and bought these coins in yobit , I was naive.

Yes, you are right. Almost all the coins created by scammer and yobit listed it as they got high fee. And also yobit make fork and dump the price as the create unlimited their own. It is possible as it is not block-chain as well as there are no option to withdraw/transfer such a scam coin. Imagine less than 2 days 19 btc to 1 satoshi. though there are huge sell orders on 1 satoshi.

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May 26, 2018, 10:16:43 AM
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I saw this comment:



there's something strange about this

Imagine less than 2 days 19 btc to 1 satoshi. though there are huge sell orders on 1 satoshi.

well, in my case I bought the coin for 1000 satoshi and in less than 10 minutes fell to 2 satoshi and had no purchase order, after a few minutes I learned that they deslisted the coin because the coin dev was spamming the yobit chat. wtf, I was annoyed with the position that yobit took and decided not to use more yobit. But my losses were many, What irritates me the most is that until today in yobit chat have the same people and doing the same spam. nothing changed.



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May 26, 2018, 11:49:23 AM
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well, in my case I bought the coin for 1000 satoshi and in less than 10 minutes fell to 2 satoshi and had no purchase order, after a few minutes I learned that they deslisted the coin because the coin dev was spamming the yobit chat. wtf, I was annoyed with the position that yobit took and decided not to use more yobit. But my losses were many, What irritates me the most is that until today in yobit chat have the same people and doing the same spam. nothing changed.

I think less than 10% sellers are users and more than 90% sellers are yobit. All time they create fork for unlimited coin that's why they can sell as many as users can buy.

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May 27, 2018, 07:40:46 PM
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Wow now 31 satoshi!

Are you talking about this coin:

https://i.imgur.com/zNQp0VS.png

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now is 4 satoshi, How can this be possible?

Last fork was: Limbo less than 12 hours ago. Starting price was 19 btc per LImbo. And now it is 0.00631256 btc.

19 btc per LImbo?

how is this possible, who the hell in the world would buy that coin for that price?


I think yobit  is 100% scam. What do you think?

I have seen very big dumps but this dump? was epic






actually OP forgot to mention that these forked coins are created out of thin air , and people bought these coins bcoz yobit promised to give 10% interest in investbox per day on 1st forked coin Liza , later they forked Liza in Lambo coin , Lambo coin gives 1% per hour interest in investbox .
similar way 2 other forks lizun and lizambo giving 100% per day and 100% per hour more coins if you hold them in investbox .
so prices will definitely fall and any person who invest in such coins should have a common sense that any coin giving 100% more coin per hour without doing anything then how price can remain same .

Yobit should stop such things bcoz it is totally ponzi thing for any exchange .
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May 27, 2018, 07:42:34 PM
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well, in my case I bought the coin for 1000 satoshi and in less than 10 minutes fell to 2 satoshi and had no purchase order, after a few minutes I learned that they deslisted the coin because the coin dev was spamming the yobit chat. wtf, I was annoyed with the position that yobit took and decided not to use more yobit. But my losses were many, What irritates me the most is that until today in yobit chat have the same people and doing the same spam. nothing changed.

I think less than 10% sellers are users and more than 90% sellers are yobit. All time they create fork for unlimited coin that's why they can sell as many as users can buy.

quite possible . but there may be 2nd reason that there is no buyer f these coins in market so price going lower . bcoz why any person will buy such coin which will end in loss as it have no project , no blockchain , no contract address nothing .
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May 27, 2018, 07:45:41 PM
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quite possible . but there may be 2nd reason that there is no buyer f these coins in market so price going lower . bcoz why any person will buy such coin which will end in loss as it have no project , no blockchain , no contract address nothing .

Total sold about 600 btc

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May 29, 2018, 05:43:24 PM
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I'm preparing a swap for LIZA coin. Avoid Yobit.net at all cost!!!!
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May 29, 2018, 06:04:08 PM
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I'm preparing a swap for LIZA coin. Avoid Yobit.net at all cost!!!!
According to denomination price should be 1 btc. but started with .47 btc and now .05 btc. There is no seller except yobit itself.

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May 29, 2018, 06:05:45 PM
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I'm preparing a swap for LIZA coin. Avoid Yobit.net at all cost!!!!
According to denomination price should be 1 btc. but started with .47 btc and now .05 btc. There is no seller except yobit itself.

I agree.

That is why i'm making a real LIZA token and ask idex to add the token.
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