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Author Topic: [ANN] [RBY] ★★ Rubycoin ★★ A precious gem for the digital age  (Read 287185 times)
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July 03, 2014, 06:57:40 PM
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I'm gonna be here non stop calling you out for the BSers you all are until you either come out with the truth or explain what this coin is about.

Free thread bumps? Deal.

Just answer the question. What's different about this coin?


Do your own due diligence, come to a conclusion based on that research, then act on it or move on. I'm not going to tell you what to invest in. You're a big boy now, you can do it.

haha. Even this guy can't think of anything good to say about Ruby!

Try a little harder. Come on, you can do it!
Join the IRC dev doesn't sleep Cheesy

You scammers are quite comedic!

But you are right in a sense. If anyone is stupid enough to buy Ruby then that's their own problem.
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July 03, 2014, 07:04:54 PM
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From what I gather - the best reason to invest in Ruby are the ragtag group of sockpuppet cheerleaders in Ruby's mysterious BitcoinTalk thread. ("Come  join us in IRC!")
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July 03, 2014, 07:14:07 PM
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From what I gather - the best reason to invest in Ruby are the ragtag group of sockpuppet cheerleaders in Ruby's mysterious BitcoinTalk thread. ("Come  join us in IRC!")

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July 03, 2014, 07:19:53 PM
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From what I gather - the best reason to invest in Ruby are the ragtag group of sockpuppet cheerleaders in Ruby's mysterious BitcoinTalk thread. ("Come  join us in IRC!")

Post more please, loving the free thread bumps, less work for me! You're a real pal.
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July 03, 2014, 07:29:13 PM
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Gotta love the FUDders!
Dev, could we see the photo or video of the ATM at works? Exciting thing!

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July 03, 2014, 08:06:58 PM
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Whats up with all the dumpers every time?
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July 03, 2014, 08:17:26 PM
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Whats up with all the dumpers every time?
The dumpers are the pumpers aka the Ruby team. Ask them (in IRC, of course).
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July 03, 2014, 08:17:42 PM
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Whats up with all the dumpers every time?

I'm sure there are quite a few people who have been eagerly waiting for this day to dump, some waiting as long as 6 months. Once they do their thing, everything should stabilize nicely.

Whats up with all the dumpers every time?
The dumpers are the pumpers aka the Ruby team. Ask them (in IRC, of course).

I admire your persistence, but wrong again, I didn't work 6 months on something to sell out for what amounts to minimum wage. Looking forward to our next discussion, hoping for an intelligent one soon.
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July 03, 2014, 08:19:47 PM
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You failed to answer why the pre-mine wallet was removed and why it's been dumping the past couple of days.

So the pre-mine wallet ID is empty and they are pumping prices so they can dump? Sad sad Sad


I removed that post for technical reasons, the block explorer we had at the time was having trouble with the number of transaction inputs, it has nothing to do with dumping the premine, which I wouldn't need to do, because my personal holdings are significantly larger than 1.2M. That's what happens when you mine, buy, and build services around Rubycoin for 6 months. I actually purchased 250,000 today as well.

If this makes you uncomfortable, don't invest. If you decide that this isn't a deal breaker for you, welcome to the community, and come hang out on IRC with us.
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July 03, 2014, 08:25:58 PM
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You failed to answer why the pre-mine wallet was removed and why it's been dumping the past couple of days.

So the pre-mine wallet ID is empty and they are pumping prices so they can dump? Sad sad Sad


I removed that post for technical reasons, the block explorer we had at the time was having trouble with the number of transaction inputs, it has nothing to do with dumping the premine, which I wouldn't need to do, because my personal holdings are significantly larger than 1.2M. That's what happens when you mine, buy, and build services around Rubycoin for 6 months. I actually purchased 250,000 today as well.

If this makes you uncomfortable, don't invest. If you decide that this isn't a deal breaker for you, welcome to the community, and come hang out on IRC with us.
The answer "is in IRC" lol
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July 03, 2014, 08:26:48 PM
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You failed to answer why the pre-mine wallet was removed and why it's been dumping the past couple of days.

So the pre-mine wallet ID is empty and they are pumping prices so they can dump? Sad sad Sad


I removed that post for technical reasons, the block explorer we had at the time was having trouble with the number of transaction inputs, it has nothing to do with dumping the premine, which I wouldn't need to do, because my personal holdings are significantly larger than 1.2M. That's what happens when you mine, buy, and build services around Rubycoin for 6 months. I actually purchased 250,000 today as well.

If this makes you uncomfortable, don't invest. If you decide that this isn't a deal breaker for you, welcome to the community, and come hang out on IRC with us.
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July 03, 2014, 09:00:18 PM
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Gotta love the FUDders!
Dev, could we see the photo or video of the ATM at works? Exciting thing!

Of course, showing it off is the best part! Soon, but probably not today, I have a few things to finish up.
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July 03, 2014, 10:42:13 PM
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Gotta love the FUDders!
Dev, could we see the photo or video of the ATM at works? Exciting thing!

Of course, showing it off is the best part! Soon, but probably not today, I have a few things to finish up.

You meant to say "probably not EVER", right?
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July 03, 2014, 10:52:11 PM
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So the pre-mine wallet ID is empty and they are pumping prices so they can dump? Sad sad Sad


I removed that post for technical reasons, the block explorer we had at the time was having trouble with the number of transaction inputs, it has nothing to do with dumping the premine, which I wouldn't need to do, because my personal holdings are significantly larger than 1.2M. That's what happens when you mine, buy, and build services around Rubycoin for 6 months. I actually purchased 250,000 today as well.

If this makes you uncomfortable, don't invest. If you decide that this isn't a deal breaker for you, welcome to the community, and come hang out on IRC with us.

WHEN DO YOU PAY THE BOUNTIES YOU PROMISED?Huh

You're about 6 months too late. Nice try though.

If you see previous posts i was requesting them since the start, and via irc at the time of the lunch.... even via private mensage and i can provide print screens with date.
you sir are a scammer that don't stand for your word.
and if you lie and don't pay your debts why should the persons trust you?

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July 03, 2014, 10:58:09 PM
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These Rubycoin jokers are pretty easy to call out. They don't even defend themselves cause they can't!
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The only people you are calling out are yourselves whilst making yourselves look like fools. Hiding behind forum handles is fine, but it is quite apparent you do not have any knowledge of the wider crypto community. If this wasn't the case, you would be well versed capabilities and skill of the Rubycoin dev. Doesn't take a much to figure he is well known, but please don't take our word for it. As we reiterated on a number of occasions do your own research.

The only conclusion any one can come to with your repetitive posts is you excel in rampant slander. Thanks for your posts, indeed you are raising some questions but not all people are so gullible as to follow a forum blindly and invest with out doing their own independent research.

Once again the community thanks you..

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July 04, 2014, 05:50:29 AM
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Are those people spreading false accusations actually one person from various accounts?

Good thing: Poloniex just added us. Mintpal on Tuesday.

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July 04, 2014, 06:18:42 AM
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The only people you are calling out are yourselves whilst making yourselves look like fools. Hiding behind forum handles is fine, but it is quite apparent you do not have any knowledge of the wider crypto community. If this wasn't the case, you would be well versed capabilities and skill of the Rubycoin dev. Doesn't take a much to figure he is well known, but please don't take our word for it. As we reiterated on a number of occasions do your own research.

The only conclusion any one can come to with your repetitive posts is you excel in rampant slander. Thanks for your posts, indeed you are raising some questions but not all people are so gullible as to follow a forum blindly and invest with out doing their own independent research.

Once again the community thanks you..

Your response to obvious trolls shows very clearly why Rubycoin is different, to anyone who takes a minute to really think about the value of a mature, level-headed group of people. Half a year since launch, our community has yet to be overrun by the crew of overly ambitious 12 year old traders, which seems to be rampant in the crypto world, that alone is priceless to me.

Are those people spreading false accusations actually one person from various accounts?

I believe the admin of Bitcointalk said sockpuppet accounts are allowed, so these trolls take full advantage of that fact. I've heard of people with 5, 10, 20 or more accounts -- if true, it's very sad.
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July 04, 2014, 06:30:08 AM
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The only people you are calling out are yourselves whilst making yourselves look like fools. Hiding behind forum handles is fine, but it is quite apparent you do not have any knowledge of the wider crypto community. If this wasn't the case, you would be well versed capabilities and skill of the Rubycoin dev. Doesn't take a much to figure he is well known, but please don't take our word for it. As we reiterated on a number of occasions do your own research.

The only conclusion any one can come to with your repetitive posts is you excel in rampant slander. Thanks for your posts, indeed you are raising some questions but not all people are so gullible as to follow a forum blindly and invest with out doing their own independent research.

Once again the community thanks you..

Your response to obvious trolls shows very clearly why Rubycoin is different, to anyone who takes a minute to really think about the value of a mature, level-headed group of people. Half a year since launch, our community has yet to be overrun by the crew of overly ambitious 12 year old traders, which seems to be rampant in the crypto world, that alone is priceless to me.

Are those people spreading false accusations actually one person from various accounts?

I believe the admin of Bitcointalk said sockpuppet accounts are allowed, so these trolls take full advantage of that fact. I've heard of people with 5, 10, 20 or more accounts -- if true, it's very sad.

Let's just ignore them.

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July 04, 2014, 10:55:18 AM
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The only people you are calling out are yourselves whilst making yourselves look like fools. Hiding behind forum handles is fine, but it is quite apparent you do not have any knowledge of the wider crypto community. If this wasn't the case, you would be well versed capabilities and skill of the Rubycoin dev. Doesn't take a much to figure he is well known, but please don't take our word for it. As we reiterated on a number of occasions do your own research.

The only conclusion any one can come to with your repetitive posts is you excel in rampant slander. Thanks for your posts, indeed you are raising some questions but not all people are so gullible as to follow a forum blindly and invest with out doing their own independent research.

Once again the community thanks you..

Your response to obvious trolls shows very clearly why Rubycoin is different, to anyone who takes a minute to really think about the value of a mature, level-headed group of people. Half a year since launch, our community has yet to be overrun by the crew of overly ambitious 12 year old traders, which seems to be rampant in the crypto world, that alone is priceless to me.

Are those people spreading false accusations actually one person from various accounts?

I believe the admin of Bitcointalk said sockpuppet accounts are allowed, so these trolls take full advantage of that fact. I've heard of people with 5, 10, 20 or more accounts -- if true, it's very sad.

Let's just ignore them.

You guys are over the top!

YOU are the ones with sockpuppet accounts yet you blame that on people that ask valid questions (which you refuse to answer)!

Why do you guys enjoy stealing money? Is that what it's about for you?
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