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February 19, 2014, 09:21:09 AM
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There has been a lot of talk recently about Ponzis; whether they belong in this section, if they're a scam or not etc.

Personally, I enjoy ponzis. Providing everyone knows exactly what it is, and what the eventual outcome will be, I have no problem in participating. My problem comes when it is sold as a "guaranteed" investment etc etc.

So, what I would like to know is, what do you look for in a ponzi; style\layout, automation, professionalism, transparency\transaction details etc?

There seems to be a lot of "fly-by-night" ponzis popping up and I think it would be good idea to get some sort of "framework" together which any reputable owner should aim to work towards, benefiting both the player and the owner.

http://PonziCoin.co (http://PonziCoin.co)
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February 19, 2014, 09:56:32 AM
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Automatic and "small" investments.

I hate when people invest like 5 BTC when the majority only invest like 0.02 BTC. It's not the Ponzi owners fault that the Ponzi dies.. it's "your" fault guys.

Invest small, win small, win longer.

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February 19, 2014, 04:37:29 PM
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I would say search & read the ponzi scheme via google search, also search & read through what people say about that ponzi scheme in this forum.


Well, of course, be warned, if U read some +ve things about a scheme, still, that doesn't mean that the scheme is 100% safe.

U might need to pay the fees by invest in one, to learn the lesson about ponzi scheme. I learn my first lesson @ rbitco.in, I did not invest a lot, as I don't have a lot of BTC. Luckily, I have recovered 90% my invested fund from the site. But I have lost most of my invested BTC to Bitzino.com. about 1 BTC @ the time when the price is $35.

Right at the moment, I think the most reliable one, out of the current ponzi scheme is https://btc-arbs.com/referral/qwiner


If you want to try, I would recommend btc-arbs.com. Read this thread for more info. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=474787.msg5236555#msg5236555     

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February 19, 2014, 08:10:59 PM
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To be honest, I just sift through the replies to the thread of the ponzi and try to find confirmations by ~50+ post members before I decide to invest.

Recently, the presentations of ponzi schemes have been very similar so this seems to be the most efficient method.

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February 19, 2014, 08:39:56 PM
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There are so many nowadays.  On one hand it pays to get in early but it could also be a scam.  So I'd want to see a ponzi lasting for a good few days with a lot of payouts, but also one that is gaining momentum, and not just from people on this board.

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