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April 26, 2017, 08:15:39 PM
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I am suprise to see this thread. I thought script CC is long dead

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May 11, 2017, 02:50:54 PM
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Coins from hot wallets ended up here :
https://blockchain.info/address/1BVMMxMNw5u1QZ3QM6BUKq85nG817ZDYJw
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May 25, 2017, 10:21:35 AM
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I still can’t believe it. I mean they were one of the biggest cloud miners out there and now even their website is not taken. I mean how do you go from that to this? I think this is just purely showing us how evil people can get. Ruining your whole career by just scamming some people, I don’t think it even worth it.
Where did you get the information that Scrypt.cc is one of the biggest cloud miner? Scrypt.cc never posted anything to prove that they are really mining or they even own a single miner. Scrypt.cc can't even post their address as to where they are located and who are the real owners of this site so from Day 1 they Scrypt.cc can be classified as a scam.

I lost all my bitcoin in this scrypt.cc I wonder why this people do this scam they are very bad. I now starting all over again. I hope this people where going to jail.

A lot of us lost some BTC here.   Turned out to be expensive entertainment.
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May 30, 2017, 07:46:50 PM
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For everyone who lost money at this scam , i got something interesting maybe.
https://news.bitcoin.com/bolivia-government-arrests-pyramid-scheme-not-bitcoin/

Maybe the Admin Marcello got caught too  Wink if yes , he'll gonna enjoy da South american prison very well
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May 30, 2017, 08:04:21 PM
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Misses but not long from now and all live.

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May 30, 2017, 11:32:02 PM
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For everyone who lost money at this scam , i got something interesting maybe.
https://news.bitcoin.com/bolivia-government-arrests-pyramid-scheme-not-bitcoin/

Maybe the Admin Marcello got caught too  Wink if yes , he'll gonna enjoy da South american prison very well


From your link, I found this interesting:
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The Bolivian government recently arrested 60 people over a pyramid scheme that claims to invest in bitcoin. However, the focus was on the scheme and not on bitcoin itself, even though the government banned the digital currency back in 2014.

That should be all the more reason to get out of fiat.

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May 31, 2017, 12:48:37 PM
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For everyone who lost money at this scam , i got something interesting maybe.
https://news.bitcoin.com/bolivia-government-arrests-pyramid-scheme-not-bitcoin/

Maybe the Admin Marcello got caught too  Wink if yes , he'll gonna enjoy da South american prison very well


It is possible that Marcello is dead and the people left just shut it down an took everything.   We got scammed but it isn't really clear what happened.   If Marcello was telling the truth about his health ...

On the other hand, a liver transplant isn't something easy to come by ...

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May 31, 2017, 01:38:43 PM
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It is possible that Marcello is dead and the people left just shut it down an took everything.   We got scammed but it isn't really clear what happened. 

Jesus Henry Fucking Christ, are you out of your mind or perhaps you are 'Marcello' and are just desperately hoping the authorities don't catch up with you.

It is very clear what happened, mathematics proved that Scrypt.cc did not have the hash power they were selling to people.

This was absolutely proven to be a scam and your repeated defence of it even now is highly suspect. Your negative trust rating from back then is still correct now:
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Continues to defend ScryptCC scam as partially legitimate. Continues to offer "fractional mining" defenses and continues to obfuscate factual discussions about this Ponzi. Refuses to acknowledge mathematical proof that ScryptCC isn't mining without any facts to back up this claim. See reference.

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May 31, 2017, 03:11:13 PM
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If Marcello was telling the truth

If Homero was telling the truth
If Chris was telling the truth

See a pattern here?

I guess if "Marcello" resurfaced again with some sob story about his hardships there would be no shortage of suckers willing to give it another go. SMH.

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May 31, 2017, 04:26:06 PM
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I am just wondering how long this is going to be discussed.  i understand that people lost coins and that can be a real pain, but the longer that everyone focuses on the past, the less time that is devoted to the future.  Maybe it is time to move on to the next investment/site or whatever.  That is the only way that anyone is going to "recoup", on their own, from another project.

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May 31, 2017, 04:32:59 PM
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It is possible that Marcello is dead and the people left just shut it down an took everything.   We got scammed but it isn't really clear what happened. 

Jesus Henry Fucking Christ, are you out of your mind or perhaps you are 'Marcello' and are just desperately hoping the authorities don't catch up with you.

It is very clear what happened, mathematics proved that Scrypt.cc did not have the hash power they were selling to people.

This was absolutely proven to be a scam and your repeated defence of it even now is highly suspect. Your negative trust rating from back then is still correct now:
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Continues to defend ScryptCC scam as partially legitimate. Continues to offer "fractional mining" defenses and continues to obfuscate factual discussions about this Ponzi. Refuses to acknowledge mathematical proof that ScryptCC isn't mining without any facts to back up this claim. See reference.

it's so great to see this news. I used to invest my money to this website and I earned some money from it but I thought it was true project.
and it was dead for long time running .That's so sad for big investors when they did not withdraw their money.
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June 01, 2017, 12:46:35 AM
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I am just wondering how long this is going to be discussed.  i understand that people lost coins and that can be a real pain, but the longer that everyone focuses on the past, the less time that is devoted to the future.  Maybe it is time to move on to the next investment/site or whatever.  That is the only way that anyone is going to "recoup", on their own, from another project.

I think this is going to be discussed forever and I am sure sooner or later this Marcello and many other scammers will get caught and pay what they deserve to.
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June 12, 2017, 03:48:04 PM
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I am just wondering how long this is going to be discussed.  i understand that people lost coins and that can be a real pain, but the longer that everyone focuses on the past, the less time that is devoted to the future.  Maybe it is time to move on to the next investment/site or whatever.  That is the only way that anyone is going to "recoup", on their own, from another project.

I think this is going to be discussed forever and I am sure sooner or later this Marcello and many other scammers will get caught and pay what they deserve to.
And to show people (new users) how this business is dirty, is good to keep threads like this alive.
To be honest, I do not belive that it is possible to catch this scammers, but at least we can warn people to not trust in "easy money"

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June 22, 2017, 04:37:58 AM
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It is possible that Marcello is dead and the people left just shut it down an took everything.   We got scammed but it isn't really clear what happened.

Jesus Henry Fucking Christ, are you out of your mind or perhaps you are 'Marcello' and are just desperately hoping the authorities don't catch up with you.

It is very clear what happened, mathematics proved that Scrypt.cc did not have the hash power they were selling to people.

This was absolutely proven to be a scam and your repeated defence of it even now is highly suspect. Your negative trust rating from back then is still correct now:
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Continues to defend ScryptCC scam as partially legitimate. Continues to offer "fractional mining" defenses and continues to obfuscate factual discussions about this Ponzi. Refuses to acknowledge mathematical proof that ScryptCC isn't mining without any facts to back up this claim. See reference.

You are posting like a moron.   I wasn't defending scrypt.cc and I never encouraged people to invest there.

It is pretty clear that you don't have any real evidence about what really happened either.   The only thing we know for certain is that it turned total scam.  

Additionally for the intellectually limited, fractional mining is in fact a type of ponzi.   In 2013 there was some evidence of mining going on, albeit not the strongest of evidence.   In the end it doesn't matter because someone took everyone's coins there.   Total scam.  We just don't know who exactly did what.   In fact we don't even know who Marcello really was or if he was real what really happened to him.

There are a some ponzi schemes were we know exactly who the players are and they are being pursued.   Examples of those are GAW Miners and LTCgear.   Unfortunately we don't currently have that kind of information about scrypt.cc.   The only thing we really know is that is that people that mined there ended up being scammed. 
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June 22, 2017, 05:49:29 AM
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If Marcello was telling the truth

If Homero was telling the truth
If Chris was telling the truth

See a pattern here?

I guess if "Marcello" resurfaced again with some sob story about his hardships there would be no shortage of suckers willing to give it another go. SMH.

The only pattern I see is that you don't have much credibility yourself.   I remember you defending LTCgear.   That didn't turn out well.   Being willing to give people a chance isn't the same as trusting them. 

For the record I never called anyone at GAW "Homero" or did I ever say "if they were telling the turth" about them.   With GAW I was pretty sure it was a fractional mining scam, it just turned out to be far worse than I though.   It was also clear that the GAW leadership wasn't being honest.   I did get burned a little there, but mostly because I got too greedy at the end and waited too long to sell.   At least in that case the leaders are likely going to pay.   I will credit you for being completely correct about GAW miners although you were quite hostile about it.   

My guess if that is Marcello was real, he is probably dead.   I don't believe he would have any credibility coming back a 3rd time.   However some people would try a new scrypt.cc because of greed.   Even once scrypt.cc quit honoring withdraws people kept investing there.   It was crazy as there wasn't any doubt at that time that it was a scam.   I have to admit I'm curious about what kind of sob story would be told.   

Keep in mind there are many ponzi schemes that people are involved in everyday, many of those are ran by governments.  For example in the US there is OASI (Social Security).   There can be cases made that even fiat currencies or stocks are ponzi schemes.   I'm not claiming those are scams, but the concept of a ponzi is often misused and only applied to scammers.   In reality there are many scheme's that depend on new money following in to support some taking money out.  On the flip side, something doesn't have to be a ponzi to be a scam.   There are many kinds of scams.

I have no problem with labeling scrypt.cc a scam as it clearly was a scam, I just don't know the details about it.   I'm not going to claim I know the details just to make some self righteous clowns happy.
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June 22, 2017, 05:33:25 PM
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If Marcello was telling the truth

If Homero was telling the truth
If Chris was telling the truth

See a pattern here?

I guess if "Marcello" resurfaced again with some sob story about his hardships there would be no shortage of suckers willing to give it another go. SMH.

The only pattern I see is that you don't have much credibility yourself.   I remember you defending LTCgear.   That didn't turn out well.   Being willing to give people a chance isn't the same as trusting them. 

Wow, straight-up bullshit now? Where did I "defend" LTCGear?

For the record I never called anyone at GAW "Homero" or did I ever say "if they were telling the turth" about them.  With GAW I was pretty sure it was a fractional mining scam, it just turned out to be far worse than I though.   

I didn't say you literally said that. My point is that there are apologists for pretty much every scam and you happened to be one for Homero, Chris, and Marcello despite overwhelming evidence to their scamminess and way past their expiration date.

Even now, three years after the fact - fractional mining, really? The hashlet scheme was a ponzi scam. The SEC even says so. Why do you need to keep inventing new rationalizations?

It was also clear that the GAW leadership wasn't being honest.   I did get burned a little there, but mostly because I got too greedy at the end and waited too long to sell.   At least in that case the leaders are likely going to pay.   I will credit you for being completely correct about GAW miners although you were quite hostile about it.   

My guess if that is Marcello was real, he is probably dead.   I don't believe he would have any credibility coming back a 3rd time.   However some people would try a new scrypt.cc because of greed.   Even once scrypt.cc quit honoring withdraws people kept investing there.   It was crazy as there wasn't any doubt at that time that it was a scam.   I have to admit I'm curious about what kind of sob story would be told.   

Keep in mind there are many ponzi schemes that people are involved in everyday, many of those are ran by governments.  For example in the US there is OASI (Social Security).   There can be cases made that even fiat currencies or stocks are ponzi schemes.   I'm not claiming those are scams, but the concept of a ponzi is often misused and only applied to scammers.   In reality there are many scheme's that depend on new money following in to support some taking money out.  On the flip side, something doesn't have to be a ponzi to be a scam.   There are many kinds of scams.

I have no problem with labeling scrypt.cc a scam as it clearly was a scam, I just don't know the details about it.   I'm not going to claim I know the details just to make some self righteous clowns happy.

Ever hear of "two wrongs don't make a right"? Relevance fallacy?

I'm sorry if you perceive my laughing at militant stupidity and shameful lies - both present in copious amounts in the GAW drama, as well as in this thread - as being hostile. It's easy to avoid that "hostility" though - don't be a raging dumbass and/or a lying piece of shit.

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June 23, 2017, 06:15:05 AM
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If Marcello was telling the truth

If Homero was telling the truth
If Chris was telling the truth

See a pattern here?

I guess if "Marcello" resurfaced again with some sob story about his hardships there would be no shortage of suckers willing to give it another go. SMH.

The only pattern I see is that you don't have much credibility yourself.   I remember you defending LTCgear.   That didn't turn out well.   Being willing to give people a chance isn't the same as trusting them. 

Wow, straight-up bullshit now? Where did I "defend" LTCGear?

For the record I never called anyone at GAW "Homero" or did I ever say "if they were telling the turth" about them.  With GAW I was pretty sure it was a fractional mining scam, it just turned out to be far worse than I though.   

I didn't say you literally said that. My point is that there are apologists for pretty much every scam and you happened to be one for Homero, Chris, and Marcello despite overwhelming evidence to their scamminess and way past their expiration date.

Even now, three years after the fact - fractional mining, really? The hashlet scheme was a ponzi scam. The SEC even says so. Why do you need to keep inventing new rationalizations?

It was also clear that the GAW leadership wasn't being honest.   I did get burned a little there, but mostly because I got too greedy at the end and waited too long to sell.   At least in that case the leaders are likely going to pay.   I will credit you for being completely correct about GAW miners although you were quite hostile about it.   

My guess if that is Marcello was real, he is probably dead.   I don't believe he would have any credibility coming back a 3rd time.   However some people would try a new scrypt.cc because of greed.   Even once scrypt.cc quit honoring withdraws people kept investing there.   It was crazy as there wasn't any doubt at that time that it was a scam.   I have to admit I'm curious about what kind of sob story would be told.   

Keep in mind there are many ponzi schemes that people are involved in everyday, many of those are ran by governments.  For example in the US there is OASI (Social Security).   There can be cases made that even fiat currencies or stocks are ponzi schemes.   I'm not claiming those are scams, but the concept of a ponzi is often misused and only applied to scammers.   In reality there are many scheme's that depend on new money following in to support some taking money out.  On the flip side, something doesn't have to be a ponzi to be a scam.   There are many kinds of scams.

I have no problem with labeling scrypt.cc a scam as it clearly was a scam, I just don't know the details about it.   I'm not going to claim I know the details just to make some self righteous clowns happy.

Ever hear of "two wrongs don't make a right"? Relevance fallacy?

I'm sorry if you perceive my laughing at militant stupidity and shameful lies - both present in copious amounts in the GAW drama, as well as in this thread - as being hostile. It's easy to avoid that "hostility" though - don't be a raging dumbass and/or a lying piece of shit.

You jumped in slinging mud, don't be so self-righteous when you end up with being covered by some of it.

You used maintain payouts from various cloud mining sites and you were quite happy with the LTCgear results.   We went around about the results on LTCgear vs scrypt.cc.   At the time I was sure LTCgear was a fractional mining scheme which is a type of ponzi but wasn't sure about scrypt.cc.   Anyway it may not have been a direct endorsement, but LGTgear probably was a much larger scam than scrypt.cc by amounts invested.  However both were scams in the end.   Unfortunately the pre-2014 posts seem to be gone after a rather large bitcointalk crash that occurred so I have to go by memory here.   

As for GAW ... you were correct but you were also a jerk about it.  Just for redundant clarification, fractional mining is just a type of ponzi, all it means is there is some real mining but not enough to cover what is being sold.   It is similar to how banks can lend money with fractional reserves.   However in the case of bank lending, that is controlled by the FED in the USA, basically government backed.   I understand you believe you were justified, I was just turned off by your attacks and joining in with others that were very vulgar at the time.

I'm more than willing just to leave you alone but you decided you needed to start flaming me again for no valid reason.   If you have real information about scrypt.cc then please share it rather than just random attacks.   There is nothing wrong with exposing scams, there is a great deal wrong with random personal attacks. 
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June 23, 2017, 01:50:59 PM
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You jumped in slinging mud, don't be so self-righteous when you end up with being covered by some of it.

You used maintain payouts from various cloud mining sites and you were quite happy with the LTCgear results.   We went around about the results on LTCgear vs scrypt.cc.   At the time I was sure LTCgear was a fractional mining scheme which is a type of ponzi but wasn't sure about scrypt.cc.   Anyway it may not have been a direct endorsement, but LGTgear probably was a much larger scam than scrypt.cc by amounts invested.  However both were scams in the end.   Unfortunately the pre-2014 posts seem to be gone after a rather large bitcointalk crash that occurred so I have to go by memory here.  

You're simply lying. I did not have LTCGear in my mining comparison thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=514242.160

I did track scrypt.cc, with warnings and all.

There are no missing posts. My whole post history is there. I started on Bitcointalk in January 2014.

As for GAW ... you were correct but you were also a jerk about it.  Just for redundant clarification, fractional mining is just a type of ponzi, all it means is there is some real mining but not enough to cover what is being sold.   It is similar to how banks can lend money with fractional reserves.   However in the case of bank lending, that is controlled by the FED in the USA, basically government backed.   I understand you believe you were justified, I was just turned off by your attacks and joining in with others that were very vulgar at the time.

I'm more than willing just to leave you alone but you decided you needed to start flaming me again for no valid reason.   If you have real information about scrypt.cc then please share it rather than just random attacks.   There is nothing wrong with exposing scams, there is a great deal wrong with random personal attacks.  

GAW never provided any proof of mining. This whole fractional thing is only in your head. Homero (AKA "Josh") tried really hard to prove he was mining, to the point where purchased miners from Bitmain in October 2014, TWO MONTHS AFTER he started the hashlet ponzi. And those were SHA256 miners, hashlets were mostly Scrypt. And then he resold those miners quietly, e.g. here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=962477 and also on eBay etc.

So much for "fractional". Unless you consider 0 a fraction.

Funny though how you're now demanding "real information" about scrypt.cc when your own contribution in necro-bumping this thread was this:

It is possible that Marcello is dead and the people left just shut it down an took everything.   We got scammed but it isn't really clear what happened.   If Marcello was telling the truth about his health ...

On the other hand, a liver transplant isn't something easy to come by ...

That "real information"?

Or how about this:

You are posting like a moron.   I wasn't defending scrypt.cc and I never encouraged people to invest there.

Except you've written some essays defending scrypt.cc at various points in time:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=444495.msg6329405#msg6329405
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=444495.msg12357481#msg12357481

You tend to have some lame excuse for not providing any proof of your statements, e.g. you don't want to waste your time digging it up, or there was some mysterious Bitcointalk crash.

This is not a random personal attack, this is me plainly telling you that you're a lying scam apologist, with links and facts to back my opinion. I have already mentioned that militant stupidity and shameful lies are my pet peeves so this shouldn't come as any surprise.

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June 24, 2017, 05:24:50 AM
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You jumped in slinging mud, don't be so self-righteous when you end up with being covered by some of it.

You used maintain payouts from various cloud mining sites and you were quite happy with the LTCgear results.   We went around about the results on LTCgear vs scrypt.cc.   At the time I was sure LTCgear was a fractional mining scheme which is a type of ponzi but wasn't sure about scrypt.cc.   Anyway it may not have been a direct endorsement, but LGTgear probably was a much larger scam than scrypt.cc by amounts invested.  However both were scams in the end.   Unfortunately the pre-2014 posts seem to be gone after a rather large bitcointalk crash that occurred so I have to go by memory here.   

You're simply lying. I did not have LTCGear in my mining comparison thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=514242.160

I did track scrypt.cc, with warnings and all.

There are no missing posts. My whole post history is there. I started on Bitcointalk in January 2014.

As for GAW ... you were correct but you were also a jerk about it.  Just for redundant clarification, fractional mining is just a type of ponzi, all it means is there is some real mining but not enough to cover what is being sold.   It is similar to how banks can lend money with fractional reserves.   However in the case of bank lending, that is controlled by the FED in the USA, basically government backed.   I understand you believe you were justified, I was just turned off by your attacks and joining in with others that were very vulgar at the time.

I'm more than willing just to leave you alone but you decided you needed to start flaming me again for no valid reason.   If you have real information about scrypt.cc then please share it rather than just random attacks.   There is nothing wrong with exposing scams, there is a great deal wrong with random personal attacks. 

GAW never provided any proof of mining. This whole fractional thing is only in your head. Homero (AKA "Josh") tried really hard to prove he was mining, to the point where purchased miners from Bitmain in October 2014, TWO MONTHS AFTER he started the hashlet ponzi. And those were SHA256 miners, hashlets were mostly Scrypt. And then he resold those miners quietly, e.g. here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=962477 and also on eBay etc.

So much for "fractional". Unless you consider 0 a fraction.

Funny though how you're now demanding "real information" about scrypt.cc when your own contribution in necro-bumping this thread was this:

It is possible that Marcello is dead and the people left just shut it down an took everything.   We got scammed but it isn't really clear what happened.   If Marcello was telling the truth about his health ...

On the other hand, a liver transplant isn't something easy to come by ...

That "real information"?

Or how about this:

You are posting like a moron.   I wasn't defending scrypt.cc and I never encouraged people to invest there.

Except you've written some essays defending scrypt.cc at various points in time:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=444495.msg6329405#msg6329405
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=444495.msg12357481#msg12357481

You tend to have some lame excuse for not providing any proof of your statements, e.g. you don't want to waste your time digging it up, or there was some mysterious Bitcointalk crash.

This is not a random personal attack, this is me plainly telling you that you're a lying scam apologist, with links and facts to back my opinion. I have already mentioned that militant stupidity and shameful lies are my pet peeves so this shouldn't come as any surprise.

I don't remember if you tracked LTCgear or if you just bought it on your own.   We went around about a lot at the time.   It is possible I have you confused with someone else basically using your name or very similar, the online forums are filled with crazy people.  If that is the case then I'm sorry about that confusion.  However there isn't any lying involved on my part.   (I don't think it was on this forum, it was probably on the old litecointalk forum, so it is possible it was someone just posing as you.)

It seems like you really waste a lot of time trying to piece together a bogus case.  I never wrote an essay about scrypt.cc, although I have posted about experiences and tried to answer questions.   I never encouraged anyone to ever invest there and I often stated that.   I used to have respect for you but slowly learned you couldn't tolerate anyone that doesn't agree with your views.   I've never encouraged people to invest in any cloud mining, but I have tried to be objective.  There is a big difference between giving someone a chance and trusting them.   

Anyway it is clear you have thin skin and can't take any heat, so you should just stop randomly slinging mud.   You are the one trying to pick a fight, not me.   
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I don't remember if you tracked LTCgear or if you just bought it on your own.   We went around about a lot at the time.   It is possible I have you confused with someone else basically using your name or very similar, the online forums are filled with crazy people.  If that is the case then I'm sorry about that confusion.  However there isn't any lying involved on my part.   (I don't think it was on this forum, it was probably on the old litecointalk forum, so it is possible it was someone just posing as you.)

It seems like you really waste a lot of time trying to piece together a bogus case.  I never wrote an essay about scrypt.cc, although I have posted about experiences and tried to answer questions.   I never encouraged anyone to ever invest there and I often stated that.   I used to have respect for you but slowly learned you couldn't tolerate anyone that doesn't agree with your views.   I've never encouraged people to invest in any cloud mining, but I have tried to be objective.  There is a big difference between giving someone a chance and trusting them.   

Anyway it is clear you have thin skin and can't take any heat, so you should just stop randomly slinging mud.   You are the one trying to pick a fight, not me.   

I'm trying to dispute your statements, you're the one trying really hard to turn this personal, what with the LTCGear nonsense etc. Don't project your mud slinging on me. I couldn't care less if someone has different "views" but I strongly believe in making informed decisions, which lying shills such as yourself try to undermine.

Stating repeatedly that scrypt.cc has proof of mining but not providing such proof was NOT "objective". It's a lie and an attempt to fool suckers into losing their money.

Same with GAW and other schemes you shilled for.

LOL at litecointalk. I've never even registered there.

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