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May 15, 2015, 05:40:28 AM
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Do you hear the fallacy in your words?

You are trying to suggest that because it has been running for so long it can't be a scam. That is absurd. Josh Garza managed to keep his going for nearly that long and he is an illiterate delusional narcissist. The guy(s) behind scrypt.cc are clearly more than capable of operating within parameters that ensure neither identity nor proof-of-scam can be found about their platform.

But absolutely all the warning signs are there and they still will not present any proof to counter the accusations they do not possess that sort of mining power.

This makes no sense and yet could be so easily settled if they were legit.


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May 15, 2015, 05:45:04 AM
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I think you need to read my post again. Not that your comprehension is much of a concern to me. I don´t really waste time on interpretations.

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May 15, 2015, 05:49:01 AM
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I don´t know; we´re talking about soon sixteen months that this operation has been going. It seems kind of unlikely that all this time nobody has gone down there to check things out. Especially since the guy is encouraging people all the time to do so. Those who can afford to have tens of thousands of dollars sitting there and there have been quite a few, probably can afford to spend some time in Brazil or hire someone to do so. Not that it´s a huge undertaking anyway. Which means that some have done just that in the last almost a year and a half. Otherwise we need to really stretch the probabilities I guess. Now; whether they have had any reason to broadcast their findings is their own business of course.

Perhaps you would be so kind as to highlight which part of your post is suggesting something other than 'lack of proof of scam equals not scam'.


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May 15, 2015, 06:01:02 AM
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Well, in the civilized parts of the world it isn´t up to the accused to prove their innocence but rather the accuser to prove them guilty. But I´m sure that this means nothing to you since you clearly are unaware of this concept.

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May 15, 2015, 06:10:51 AM
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Ohhh I see, so your reply to my post, where you clearly state I am failing to comprehend the content of your earlier assertion, is actually just bollocks and I did, indeed, understand your post to be excusing the scrypt.cc scam on the basis that you are claiming it has been running for long enough now that it surely must be legit.

Glad we cleared that up. Funny that, Josh Garza's scam also was shown to be running an active campaign to try and counter the allegations by saying it was all meaningless FUD unless someone could show proof of wrongdoing. Is that where you're going with this? Stating that scrypt.cc has to be considered innocent until proven guilty?

You are going to be falling for a lot of scams in your life if that is how you are going to base any evaluation of whether to buy in to them or not.

After-the-fact discovery of proof is not likely to save people from losing their money. So by establishing the fact that scrypt.cc flags up for all the warning signs of being a ponzi and is actually unwilling to prove otherwise, we can safely say that it is highly likely to be a scam.


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May 15, 2015, 06:14:58 AM
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Bye bye forever. Not going to waste time squabbling with you.

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May 15, 2015, 06:25:44 AM
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LOL, this isn't squabbling, this was simply you trying to be a smart-arse and playing down the likelihood of scrypt.cc being a scam and then failing miserably.

In an industry where cloud mining operations who cannot operate transparently are always shown to be scams, your weak attempt to deny the glaringly obvious is second only to the, "well I don't care if it is a scam, only invest what you can afford to lose", shill crowd.


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May 15, 2015, 06:34:54 AM
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Well, in the civilized parts of the world it isn´t up to the accused to prove their innocence but rather the accuser to prove them guilty. But I´m sure that this means nothing to you since you clearly are unaware of this concept.

Exactly. The thing that they don't provide at least minimal evidence of mining  is more than enough to prove that it's a ponzi. More than enough proof.
Now, isn't it obvious that if they provide proof and still had this ROI their customer base would tenfold if not 100x ? Why they don't provide the proof then? You know why, but I can tell you. Because there is no proof and no mining.
Now go buy some PayCons[CON]!

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May 15, 2015, 06:45:10 AM
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LOL, this isn't squabbling, this was simply you trying to be a smart-arse and playing down the likelihood of scrypt.cc being a scam and then failing miserably.

In an industry where cloud mining operations who cannot operate transparently are always shown to be scams, your weak attempt to deny the glaringly obvious is second only to the, "well I don't care if it is a scam, only invest what you can afford to lose", shill crowd.



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May 15, 2015, 06:46:21 AM
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Well, in the civilized parts of the world it isn´t up to the accused to prove their innocence but rather the accuser to prove them guilty. But I´m sure that this means nothing to you since you clearly are unaware of this concept.

Exactly. The thing that they don't provide at least minimal evidence of mining  is more than enough to prove that it's a ponzi. More than enough proof.
Now, isn't it obvious that if they provide proof and still had this ROI their customer base would tenfold if not 100x ? Why they don't provide the proof then? You know why, but I can tell you. Because there is no proof and no mining.
Now go buy some PayCons[CON]!

Well, maybe they and their customers don´t really give a hoot about some anon nobodies on some message board demanding this or that.

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May 15, 2015, 06:54:06 AM
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Well, in the civilized parts of the world it isn´t up to the accused to prove their innocence but rather the accuser to prove them guilty. But I´m sure that this means nothing to you since you clearly are unaware of this concept.

Exactly. The thing that they don't provide at least minimal evidence of mining  is more than enough to prove that it's a ponzi. More than enough proof.
Now, isn't it obvious that if they provide proof and still had this ROI their customer base would tenfold if not 100x ? Why they don't provide the proof then? You know why, but I can tell you. Because there is no proof and no mining.
Now go buy some PayCons[CON]!

Well, maybe they and their customers don´t really give a hoot about some anon nobodies on some message board demanding this or that.

Well, maybe they had zero customers if they didn't actively advertise on *some* message board, having a dedicated active thread, running a signature campaign and having shills all around Wink

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May 15, 2015, 06:58:03 AM
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Well, in the civilized parts of the world it isn´t up to the accused to prove their innocence but rather the accuser to prove them guilty. But I´m sure that this means nothing to you since you clearly are unaware of this concept.

Exactly. The thing that they don't provide at least minimal evidence of mining  is more than enough to prove that it's a ponzi. More than enough proof.
Now, isn't it obvious that if they provide proof and still had this ROI their customer base would tenfold if not 100x ? Why they don't provide the proof then? You know why, but I can tell you. Because there is no proof and no mining.
Now go buy some PayCons[CON]!

Well, maybe they and their customers don´t really give a hoot about some anon nobodies on some message board demanding this or that.

Well, maybe they had zero customers if they didn't actively advertise on *some* message board, having a dedicated active thread, running a signature campaign and having shills all around Wink

Come on, this is really desperate. Are you fruitcakes involved in some sort of extortion racket?

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May 15, 2015, 07:07:47 AM
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Well, in the civilized parts of the world it isn´t up to the accused to prove their innocence but rather the accuser to prove them guilty. But I´m sure that this means nothing to you since you clearly are unaware of this concept.

Exactly. The thing that they don't provide at least minimal evidence of mining  is more than enough to prove that it's a ponzi. More than enough proof.
Now, isn't it obvious that if they provide proof and still had this ROI their customer base would tenfold if not 100x ? Why they don't provide the proof then? You know why, but I can tell you. Because there is no proof and no mining.
Now go buy some PayCons[CON]!

Well, maybe they and their customers don´t really give a hoot about some anon nobodies on some message board demanding this or that.

Well, maybe they had zero customers if they didn't actively advertise on *some* message board, having a dedicated active thread, running a signature campaign and having shills all around Wink

Come on, this is really desperate. Are you fruitcakes involved in some sort of extortion racket?

No, defending obvious scams in their threads is desperate because everywhere else it's already taken for a fact.
And yes, we are just anon nobodies like all potential customers are, who do you expect to ask for proof? Bill Gates?
BTW, WHO ARE THEY?

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May 15, 2015, 07:08:12 AM
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But I agree it´s kind of suspicious that a cloud mining operation has a thread on Bitcointalk, It´s certainly unusual. And they have a signature campaign ? Did that start yesterday ?

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May 15, 2015, 07:11:55 AM
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Well, in the civilized parts of the world it isn´t up to the accused to prove their innocence but rather the accuser to prove them guilty. But I´m sure that this means nothing to you since you clearly are unaware of this concept.

Exactly. The thing that they don't provide at least minimal evidence of mining  is more than enough to prove that it's a ponzi. More than enough proof.
Now, isn't it obvious that if they provide proof and still had this ROI their customer base would tenfold if not 100x ? Why they don't provide the proof then? You know why, but I can tell you. Because there is no proof and no mining.
Now go buy some PayCons[CON]!

Well, maybe they and their customers don´t really give a hoot about some anon nobodies on some message board demanding this or that.

Well, maybe they had zero customers if they didn't actively advertise on *some* message board, having a dedicated active thread, running a signature campaign and having shills all around Wink

Come on, this is really desperate. Are you fruitcakes involved in some sort of extortion racket?

No, defending obvious scams in their threads is desperate because everywhere else it's already taken for a fact.
And yes, we are just anon nobodies like all potential customers are, who do you expect to ask for proof? Bill Gates?
BTW, WHO ARE THEY?

I´m not defending anything. You sound somehow unstable. And you talk in generalities. How would you know what´s obvious here and how would you know what´taken for a fact everywhere else. It´s just nonsense.

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May 15, 2015, 07:14:26 AM
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Well, in the civilized parts of the world it isn´t up to the accused to prove their innocence but rather the accuser to prove them guilty. But I´m sure that this means nothing to you since you clearly are unaware of this concept.

Exactly. The thing that they don't provide at least minimal evidence of mining  is more than enough to prove that it's a ponzi. More than enough proof.
Now, isn't it obvious that if they provide proof and still had this ROI their customer base would tenfold if not 100x ? Why they don't provide the proof then? You know why, but I can tell you. Because there is no proof and no mining.
Now go buy some PayCons[CON]!

Well, maybe they and their customers don´t really give a hoot about some anon nobodies on some message board demanding this or that.

Well, maybe they had zero customers if they didn't actively advertise on *some* message board, having a dedicated active thread, running a signature campaign and having shills all around Wink

Come on, this is really desperate. Are you fruitcakes involved in some sort of extortion racket?

Huh? How does that work? We post valid concerns relating to the likelihood of scrypt.cc being a scam, ponzi or fractional mining scheme and that earns us money somehow?

"Yes Admin of scrypt.cc, unless you pay us [insert amount here] we will post our valid concerns regarding your suspicious 'cloud mining' operation whereby we will point out that you vehemently refuse to offer any transparency or evidence to show yourself to be a legitimate operation"

We iz evil genius.

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May 15, 2015, 07:15:42 AM
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Who the heck gives these fruitcakes even the time of day anyway, LOL. They´re not capable of discussing anything rationally.

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May 15, 2015, 07:20:16 AM
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Why on earth is this loonie crap so desperate. If they´re dying to save themselves and other people from this terrible company then why don´t they fly down to Brazil and check things out. Admin is encouraging people to do so all the time.

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May 15, 2015, 07:21:17 AM
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Who the heck gives these fruitcakes even the time of day anyway, LOL. They´re not capable of discussing anything rationally.

Except, of course, that is exactly what we are doing, discussing the matter rationally while you resort to fallaciously complaining that we are unhinged and ranting etc. etc.

You're not exactly coming across well in this debate if the only thing you have in your locker is ad-hominem.


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May 15, 2015, 09:25:24 AM
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Guys, just check https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=878387 and you'll find it's a ponzi. No need to argue and call names each other Smiley It says only preliminary assessment, but I encourage the author to put a final one.

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