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September 15, 2011, 03:23:09 AM
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now it is a security test.. lol no longer an lethal alt chain killer.

Got to love how he steps back from the brink.

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If that was their true goal then test networks would be involved instead of live chains.

what have him follow the proper procedures? LOL. The guy is being dangerous that is for sure, playing with peoples money and hacking networks that didnt ask for pen testing.

it does amaze me that the forum allows him to continue to post here when he is no better than any scammer.

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September 15, 2011, 07:16:12 AM
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Whats the biggest bet you are willing to accept?
Hey BitEXpress, according to the bet most people seem to think your threat is just idle. And in fact, if you'd be that sure about it -with all that boasting your doing- you had already put a high stake on the 51-attack being successful Wink
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September 15, 2011, 07:26:32 AM
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It wasn't an idle threat, I've lethally demonstrated it twice, Once on Geist Geld and Once on the SC testnet for CH on his ver 1.10 hence his rapid shutdown. Withdrawing the attack due to a negotiated settlement.

Oh the testnet now! You know, there is no one on the testnet, and the testnet also doesn't work in any released 1.10 client. Ouch, the lies keep building don't they.

Hey everyone, BitcoinExpress used the testnet (which doesn't work in 1.10) and attacked the SC testnet!! Believe him!!! I do and I'm scared Sad

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September 16, 2011, 01:52:16 AM
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Please see the important update in original post.

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