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Author Topic: [PoS+PoW] eXocoin [EXO]-gen 2.0- dev. from scratch! Give-Away | Open Beta  (Read 415096 times)
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February 22, 2014, 02:25:00 PM
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I just want to add tht of the exo coin dev is a scammer hes a daft one. Because so much more funds could be generated by following through with the creation of exocoin than just scamming 50btc from investors. Think about it

Well this depends, if this is a scam and if he is just an ordinary Joe in crypto world which Exokk (maybe Exo_coin and Exokk are the same person and this is a one man show) first 50 posts suggest that he is than this is his max and 60+ BTC is a lottery winnings for a man like this. To continue scamming after these 60+ BTC you need to understand crypto world much better.

This until now could have done anybody with at least 2 months experience in Crypto, just reading threads on this website for example and with a good scamming plan which this would be if it is a scam and of course with lot of luck (Anon's interest). Beyond this it would be impossible to go for average Joe.

I am still waiting to see if I will invest, lets see what happens in the next 8 hours.
For now it's just dead silence.
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February 22, 2014, 02:38:33 PM
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Only with money that Anon has hoarded give to start a new coin in case of scam
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February 22, 2014, 02:38:48 PM
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maybe Exo_coin and Exokk are the same person and this is a one man show)

If they are the same person, I doubt he has skills to write any credible software.

Hopefully they are not.

I think Anon should have not posted this to Nxt thread.

That's how this dead thread resurrected.


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February 22, 2014, 03:03:45 PM
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No reply from eXo, I would be getting very suspicious.  Even though many people have money in escrow, others have sent BTC directly, all resulting of the buzz generated in the Nxt thread, so I would say it's irresponsible for Anon to be posting info on this in Nxt and others should avoid doing so in the future.
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February 22, 2014, 03:05:27 PM
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My email address:cc19@sina.cn

Your  exocoin website my username:cc19
Thanks.

Real NEM adress:NCBVI6-QJI4AQ-C5HVB3-ZJZ3DP-H5CONN-SEABD4-TPUY
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February 22, 2014, 03:06:39 PM
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I don't see any information about who is standing behind this, not a single name. On the site there is only one email and a twitter account. I won't give my money to anonymous people ! This looks like a big scam.
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February 22, 2014, 03:08:31 PM
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Scam CHECK and REVIEW




Conclusion: SCAM

Where is the whitepaper?                                                                                        
Where is the client?                                                                              
Where is the Technical papers?
Is there a website available?
What are you using BTC for?
Who are you (Anyone can make up a name)?
Where is your dev team?
Is the IPO account a few months old?
Where is your forums?
Is there support, pools, exchanges and etc?
Why are you doing an IPO before you answered these questions?



Does this coin answer these questions?



Failed: No Whitepaper, Just text
Failed: No Client, a read-me text
Failed: No Tech Papers, Just text
Risky: Website remindes me of VisaCoin's scam. In general, the website was very poorly done. Was not created by anyone who has any skills or talent in creating a site. There is no information regarding Exo, just a graphic interface to further market EXO
Failed: Does not specify
Failed: No Idenity or IRC chat to communicate
Failed: No Dev team
Failed: Brand New account
Failed: No Forums
Failed: No Support whatsoever
Failed: Failed All questions.



Concluding Statement: Exo Failed all questions. The only reputable part about EXO, is the credibility Anon gave this with his escrow service. EXO reeks of VisaCoin's bad memory scam, with the same styling and lack of factual or provable information. Avoid EXO scam until further questions are answered.


My Opinion : It's a scam, failed all questions. Does not invest in this bullshit, even with a reputable man like Anon. There is no evidence that states this is a real coin in development. The whores and vultures have come out to rob you of your BTC. Stay away at all costs, use the escrow service but expect a lot of BTC returning to your wallet when this is all said and done.





This review is subject to a change on further, new, evidence gained.



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well, if this is a scam, as long as i can get my BTC coin back from anon136, it only cost me 6.5$ (approx) to check if this is real. So, I think it worth the try. I doubt that anon136 scam people. We will see this tomorow.

im excited. no matter what happens from this point on my reputation will be iron clad. i foresee a career opportunity in escrowing crypto ipo's Cheesy

No offense Anon, but I would totally disagree, if this is a scam, your name will be associated with it.  The fact that you are willing to escrow, post in Nxt thread, and created volume on this thread, has led many to invest directly with eXo and the OP has subtly hinted in several posts that he would prefer direct investments.  Personally, I don't think any new IPO's should be allowed on BTT, it should all be done through Crypto IPO sites.
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February 22, 2014, 03:08:37 PM
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No reply from eXo, I would be getting very suspicious.  Even though many people have money in escrow, others have sent BTC directly, all resulting of the buzz generated in the Nxt thread, so I would say it's irresponsible for Anon to be posting info on this in Nxt and others should avoid doing so in the future.

I don'T agree, everyone is responsible for their own act. If people send directly when escrow is avaible, it is their problem if this turn to be a scam.

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February 22, 2014, 03:12:08 PM
Last edit: February 22, 2014, 03:52:43 PM by VanBreuk
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I decided not to invest anything until a first class whitepaper is published. Further research in the website, blockchain and users involved is not particularly reassuring. Hopefully the team will show up again and dispel doubts for those who have invested (particularly those who decided to trust eXo better than anon). Hopefully I'm wrong.
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February 22, 2014, 03:12:15 PM
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Where are the OPs right now? One would think it's their working hours, but...NO...
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February 22, 2014, 03:13:17 PM
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No reply from eXo, I would be getting very suspicious.  Even though many people have money in escrow, others have sent BTC directly, all resulting of the buzz generated in the Nxt thread, so I would say it's irresponsible for Anon to be posting info on this in Nxt and others should avoid doing so in the future.

I don'T agree, everyone is responsible for their own act. If people send directly when escrow is avaible, it is their problem if this turn to be a scam.

Yes it is their own fault, but we have many new members on BTT, several that give credibility to projects by association.  They look at all the people who have sent investments and assume it's safe to send directly.  If you read eXo's posts, he subtly encourages users to invest directly because he doesn't count on escrow investments.  
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February 22, 2014, 03:16:13 PM
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No reply from eXo, I would be getting very suspicious.  Even though many people have money in escrow, others have sent BTC directly, all resulting of the buzz generated in the Nxt thread, so I would say it's irresponsible for Anon to be posting info on this in Nxt and others should avoid doing so in the future.

I don'T agree, everyone is responsible for their own act. If people send directly when escrow is avaible, it is their problem if this turn to be a scam.

Yes it is their own fault, but we have many new members on BTT, several that give credibility to projects by association.  They look at all the people who have sent investments and assume it's safe to send directly.  If you read eXo's posts, he subtly encourages users to invest directly because he doesn't count on escrow investments.  
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February 22, 2014, 03:41:54 PM
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If it turned out to be a scam, which is quite possible, it is a very successful one. I have to say.
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February 22, 2014, 03:46:01 PM
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No reply from eXo, I would be getting very suspicious.  Even though many people have money in escrow, others have sent BTC directly, all resulting of the buzz generated in the Nxt thread, so I would say it's irresponsible for Anon to be posting info on this in Nxt and others should avoid doing so in the future.

Well if it turns out to be a scam I wouldn't blame Anon. He just asked a couple of questions in NXT thread, so to say he showed interest and people followed this interest. I did the same. I mean we are all grown ups who can make their own decisions. As for escrow, that is his business. I must agree tough that he is a best thing that happened to the IPO.
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February 22, 2014, 03:50:35 PM
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Devs appear to be very busy ATM: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=430467.msg5284521#msg5284521
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February 22, 2014, 03:51:37 PM
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Ye dont wanna jump to conclusions here but it is very quiet on the devs part here. Please respond and answer ppls questions. The only other reason is maybe they are busy writing the whitepaper? But im sure a quick update and message from the devs would be nice

Well Exo_coin was last active today so I am sure he saw all of the questions.

Name:   eXo_coin
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Date Registered:   January 09, 2014, 12:45:13 PM
Last Active:   Today at 11:34:59 AM


Well he is definitely login in but not answering any accusation!!

Name:   eXo_coin
Posts:   44
Activity:   44
Position:   Jr. Member
Date Registered:   January 09, 2014, 12:45:13 PM
Last Active:   Today at 02:37:12 PM

Now this is suspicious!!

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February 22, 2014, 03:53:28 PM
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No reply from eXo, I would be getting very suspicious.  Even though many people have money in escrow, others have sent BTC directly, all resulting of the buzz generated in the Nxt thread, so I would say it's irresponsible for Anon to be posting info on this in Nxt and others should avoid doing so in the future.

Well if it turns out to be a scam I wouldn't blame Anon. He just asked a couple of questions in NXT thread, so to say he showed interest and people followed this interest. I did the same. I mean we are all grown ups who can make their own decisions. As for escrow, that is his business. I must agree tough that he is a best thing that happened to the IPO.

Yes of course, I wouldn't blame Anon, he's trying to protect investments, but its his business to strum up support for this which I think is a conflict of interest.
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February 22, 2014, 03:57:02 PM
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I accept bitcoins, since everyone here is so generous:
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I can even make a coin:
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February 22, 2014, 04:01:41 PM
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One has to think unbiased:
If you invested without escow it equals the situation where there is no escow.
The trust of escow is there only if you used the escow, simple as that, like mathematics.

Should this turn out to be a scam I'm happy to pay Anon his 0.9% fee for this drama Wink

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February 22, 2014, 04:03:46 PM
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Devs appear to be very busy ATM: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=430467.msg5284521#msg5284521
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Also, if he was a scammer, there would be no reason at all for him to disappear now. Quite contrary, he would be writing tons of posts to convince people to invest on the last day.
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