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March 10, 2014, 12:51:59 PM
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It sounds like a Ponzi ("PonziCoin"), it works like a Ponzi (you get paid with the next investors money), it smells like a Ponzi (anonymous nick registered ad-hoc, website registered through anonymous proxy) - and you still complain when the guy running it disappears with the money?



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It tells me "a fool and his money are soon parted".



Nice picking and choosing from my post. Tell me this, do ponzi's normally tell all potential investors that its a ponzi? And do they show all transactions? No, they trick you into thinking you're making a real investment.

The operator of these ponzi style games takes a fee (something else real ponzi's don't do), so didn't need to run away. If it was his intention to scam all this time then he failed big time as during one of the other ponzi's he had 30btc in his balance and has now stolen 10btc.


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March 10, 2014, 01:04:41 PM
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lolzzzzz Tongue:P   

smart guy ! Cheesy

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March 10, 2014, 01:41:19 PM
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It sounds like a Ponzi ("PonziCoin"), it works like a Ponzi (you get paid with the next investors money), it smells like a Ponzi (anonymous nick registered ad-hoc, website registered through anonymous proxy) - and you still complain when the guy running it disappears with the money?



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It tells me "a fool and his money are soon parted".



Nice picking and choosing from my post. Tell me this, do ponzi's normally tell all potential investors that its a ponzi? And do they show all transactions? No, they trick you into thinking you're making a real investment.

The operator of these ponzi style games takes a fee (something else real ponzi's don't do), so didn't need to run away. If it was his intention to scam all this time then he failed big time as during one of the other ponzi's he had 30btc in his balance and has now stolen 10btc.




Maybe he just got greedy hoping for more than 30btc but when it all started to stall/crash he thought better get this 10btc before it too disappears.


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March 10, 2014, 01:57:19 PM
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Gotta say, even though I'm not a scammer nor have I ever been one.
It does become something to think about seeing as people are so willingly to lose their money, that and knowing that I've been working my ass off on shitty jobs for 5+ years now, only in order to finance my drivers license (which I still can't afford mind you) it makes me wonder why I keep on going trough all this shit`
Doesn't only go for bitcoin scams though, criminality is rising to extreme levels in my country and guess what, most of them get away with it quick and clean too due to our incompetent cops.
But ahh well, atleast you could have seen this coming.
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March 10, 2014, 02:14:17 PM
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I deposited in all rounds in this ponzi but missed the last one Cheesy AWWWWWWWWWWWWW YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAA made a lot of money with no looses
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March 10, 2014, 02:38:34 PM
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oh shit! I feel sorry for you guys! I had friends at home and so I did not participate in this round. I hope for you that it will end well.
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March 10, 2014, 02:58:32 PM
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If this would help

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March 10, 2014, 03:12:40 PM
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The operator of these ponzi style games takes a fee (something else real ponzi's don't do), so didn't need to run away.

So where do you think that the profit came from?

Everybody pays en somehow magically BTC appear from thin air to pay everybody's profit?

As said before, Ponzi's are scam by nature and designed to fail, one way or another. Sooner or later the amount of new participants starts to decrease what makes that the ponzi can not pay out the promised profit. Then the owner runs, resulting in a mass loss for the most of the participants.
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March 10, 2014, 03:15:49 PM
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The operator of these ponzi style games takes a fee (something else real ponzi's don't do), so didn't need to run away.

So where do you think that the profit came from?

Everybody pays en somehow magically BTC appear from thin air to pay everybody's profit?

As said before, Ponzi's are scam by nature and designed to fail, one way or another. Sooner or later the amount of new participants starts to decrease what makes that the ponzi can not pay out the promised profit. Then the owner runs, resulting in a mass loss for the most of the participants.

No.. then the owner creates a new round. This was the 7th one. We all know the ponzi is going to die sometime. I don't think you even know how these things work, its not a real ponzi.

People who run dice games etc can also run away with other peoples money, nothing to do with it being ponzi.
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March 10, 2014, 03:17:52 PM
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haha omg people acctually getting pissed on ponzi? hahaha

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March 10, 2014, 03:18:31 PM
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This is comedy gold. You participate in a ponzi scheme and then get butthurt about it when it turns out to be a ponzi scheme.
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March 10, 2014, 03:38:38 PM
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This sounds like an exciting idea...if you want even more action there is also WeeklyPonzi.com that is new and is now in its 2nd round with over 3 days left before reset.

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March 10, 2014, 03:57:38 PM
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This is comedy gold. You participate in a ponzi scheme and then get butthurt about it when it turns out to be a ponzi scheme.

You don't get it do you.... We knew that this was a ponzi and late investors would lose money. However we are shocked because the owner ran with our funds.
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March 10, 2014, 04:01:33 PM
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This is comedy gold. You participate in a ponzi scheme and then get butthurt about it when it turns out to be a ponzi scheme.

You don't get it do you.... We knew that this was a ponzi and late investors would lose money. However we are shocked because the owner ran with our funds.
Who the fuck put this on reddit. Now all we have is ignorant people who don't even know what ponzi means making fun of us for using a GAMBLING website, and the owner running away. Btw Vort if you are still reading this some large news sites like businessinsider and important journalists on twitter now know about this, so I advise you send back the coins and say its a website failure and your internet cut out. PrivacyGuardian.org is going to send me your information like your IP address, and its only a matter of time before you get caught.
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March 10, 2014, 04:10:11 PM
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This is comedy gold. You participate in a ponzi scheme and then get butthurt about it when it turns out to be a ponzi scheme.

You don't get it do you.... We knew that this was a ponzi and late investors would lose money. However we are shocked because the owner ran with our funds.
Who the fuck put this on reddit. Now all we have is ignorant people who don't even know what ponzi means making fun of us for using a GAMBLING website, and the owner running away. Btw Vort if you are still reading this some large news sites like businessinsider and important journalists on twitter now know about this, so I advise you send back the coins and say its a website failure and your internet cut out. PrivacyGuardian.org is going to send me your information like your IP address, and its only a matter of time before you get caught.
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Privacy Guardian would be a shambles if they sent one of their customer's details to a total stranger lol. They will only release details to the authorities so dont BS. I want be coins back as much as you guys but they're gone Sad I thought Vort was a good guy...

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March 10, 2014, 04:15:07 PM
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This is comedy gold. You participate in a ponzi scheme and then get butthurt about it when it turns out to be a ponzi scheme.

You don't get it do you.... We knew that this was a ponzi and late investors would lose money. However we are shocked because the owner ran with our funds.
Who the fuck put this on reddit. Now all we have is ignorant people who don't even know what ponzi means making fun of us for using a GAMBLING website, and the owner running away. Btw Vort if you are still reading this some large news sites like businessinsider and important journalists on twitter now know about this, so I advise you send back the coins and say its a website failure and your internet cut out. PrivacyGuardian.org is going to send me your information like your IP address, and its only a matter of time before you get caught.
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Privacy Guardian would be a shambles if they sent one of their customer's details to a total stranger lol. They will only release details to the authorities so dont BS. I want be coins back as much as you guys but they're gone Sad I thought Vort was a good guy...
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^ that was taken from privacyguardian.org, you can check there.
I seriously still do believe that this guy is legit. Maybe the website was home hosted on a bad internet, and the amount of traffic (I refreshed about 100 times in a couple minutes) could have crashed the computer, and the internet, causing something to go wrong and he now has to fix his internet. At one point he had 100 bitcoin, thats ~60,000$, and why would he take away only 6000$, and risk being arrested. If you look up ponzicoin.co scam on the internet, there are semi-popular news sources talking about this, and a bunch of important journalists on twitter.

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March 10, 2014, 04:28:17 PM
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LOL! I have cashback Cheesy Thanks Vort.

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March 10, 2014, 04:28:34 PM
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OMG I GOT MY MONEY BACK GUYS CHECK THE WALLET OMG OMG OMG BLOCKCHAIN AWESOME THANKS VORT

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March 10, 2014, 04:29:13 PM
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My 1 BTC is back o.O woow
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March 10, 2014, 04:29:18 PM
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Guys, I'm terribly sorry I noticed the site was compromised last night with users being able to query the DB and what appears to be able to use my PHP RPC library to directly reach my local bitcoin instance. All deposits have been refunded.

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I am trying to nail down exactly what happened and I will post as much here later today. Initially it is looking like some of the code was available externally via HTTP requests. I'm tracking down which were successful and what the consequences of that are.

Needless to say PonziCoin will no longer be taking deposits.

Apologies again for the gigantic cock up.

http://PonziCoin.co (http://PonziCoin.co)
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