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October 14, 2011, 12:32:26 AM
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11:01:21 AM SAC: no I can see it I have some ideas myself for namecoin that could get us bill gates type or money


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October 14, 2011, 01:35:38 AM
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SAC... So CH/RS wanted to pump and dump, and that's what you accuse him off, but reading that convo i saw you playing the game, the same as him, so you got butthurt for something else and now you're all itchy, trash mouthing him for it.  Roll Eyes

Conclusion: SAC is as much of a scammer as CH/RS. I vote for a scammer tag for SAC...


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October 14, 2011, 01:41:21 AM
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Can't vote for a scammer tag for SAC without voting for one for CH/RS.
Sure you want to do that to your guru?

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October 14, 2011, 01:47:46 AM
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Lets not let too much logic into the discussion, it confuses the koolaiders.

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October 14, 2011, 01:49:49 AM
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October 14, 2011, 02:02:51 AM
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Not problem.  Next is SC 3.0.  Not only will it be closed source, it will have revocable licenses, remote client upgrade/control/termination, super nodes & ultra controller nodes (to watch the supernodes), a 50 million coin pre-mine, 15% mining tax, 5% transaction tax and newly invented annual "remine" owner bonus (kinda like a premine but it re-occurs  automatically each year).

Even then there will still be a small group of people (consisting of koolaid drinkers, bitcoin flunkies, scammers, and certain xenophobic forum members) who believe it is the greatest thing since Al Gore created the internet.
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October 14, 2011, 02:03:18 AM
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Can't vote for a scammer tag for SAC/CH/RS without voting for one for CH/RS/SAC.
Sure you want to do that to your guru?

That was excatly my point. Pin them both a scammer tag...

All SAC wanted was to sell his shitcoin at BTC0.03... They got you fooled, hein?
Still holding to those version 1 scamcoins? I guess so, given that your price-point was never met.  Undecided

Now you got me wondering how many of the fools that bought bitcoin at $30 are still holding waiting for the price to go up...

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October 14, 2011, 02:07:43 AM
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SAC... So CH/RS wanted to pump and dump, and that's what you accuse him off, but reading that convo i saw you playing the game, the same as him, so you got butthurt for something else and now you're all itchy, trash mouthing him for it.  Roll Eyes

Conclusion: SAC is as much of a scammer as CH/RS. I vote for a scammer tag for SAC...



The difference is that SAC is just doing what any speculator does: buy low and sell high.
What CH/RS is doing is to gather a bunch of people with a lot of coins to try to manipulate the market for a coin he created.

Big difference!

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October 14, 2011, 02:27:10 AM
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The difference is that SAC is just doing what any speculator does: buy low and sell high.
What CH/RS is doing is to gather a bunch of people with a lot of coins to try to manipulate the market for a coin he created.

Big difference!

yes, you are right, but don't ask me why, that convo got me thinking that SAC only stopped playing because CH/RS wasn't playing the game as SAC wanted... Just a feeling Wink

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October 14, 2011, 02:29:58 AM
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SAC... So CH/RS wanted to pump and dump, and that's what you accuse him off, but reading that convo i saw you playing the game, the same as him, so you got butthurt for something else and now you're all itchy, trash mouthing him for it.  Roll Eyes

Conclusion: SAC is as much of a scammer as CH/RS. I vote for a scammer tag for SAC...



The difference is that SAC is just doing what any speculator does: buy low and sell high.
What CH/RS is doing is to gather a bunch of people with a lot of coins to try to manipulate the market for a coin he created.

Big difference!

The scammer label for CH is making more and more sense to me.

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October 14, 2011, 02:43:39 AM
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I wanted to score large on cash exchange like we all do here

Please don't say all. I'm not included on that species, sorry. Only thing i traded was some Solidcoin v1 with some BTC because I got a 100SC bounty for posting about Solidcoin at Coinbits.com. made 2 or 3 trades, between SC/BTC on the following couple days and after luckily i pulled the coins(SC and BTC) before the mooncoin fiasco.

I never sent $USD or EUR to any exchange and all my exchange experience is from those 2 or 3 days where o got to play with solidcoin, because after all, that was play money. Unlike Bitcoin, I don't value Solidcoin much. Not even to see Lorna's tities lol

I'm proud that the few Bitcoin i have was earned on donations, doing some odd stuff here in the forum and from the advertising at coinbits.com. So, as you see, I don't belong on those all, and I bet there are others like me.

Sorry about this, completely off topic.

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October 14, 2011, 03:05:18 AM
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Alright so your here out of the kindness of your heart who knows may be true I don't know or have had enough dealings with you to know, that is not the reason most are here for though it is to make money. I however will only go so far to do that and have on more than one occasion in my life cost myself thousands of dollars because of that including this incident.

You see, now you described the reason why I don't play games at the exchanges(or at any other place)... One should only play when one is sure he won't mind losing.

I'm not a player, and honestly, Bitcoin would be a better currency, maybe one with a real use, if all the speculators and get rich quick dudes weren't roaming around and trying to milk it to only dump it when it dies because of them.

About alt currencies, I do exactly the same I did with Bitcoin. If they come to my wallet, that's fine. I will not throw those crypto keys aways. But I'll sure not spend $USD on them. Not even Bitcoin I'll use to buy any of those alt currencies. Why? Because I don't want to lose!

I wouldn't mind getting monetarily richer, but ya know, I've been enjoying my life till now, I have a job that I love and I have a wonderful son for whom I can provide. How can i be richer than this?

And I'm not here out of the kindness of my heart. For one, I love the idea of Bitcoin, and most importantly, I get my daily laughter dose here, pissing off some dudes, that's all Smiley

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October 14, 2011, 03:39:18 AM
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About alt currencies, I do exactly the same I did with Bitcoin. If they come to my wallet, that's fine. I will not throw those crypto keys aways. But I'll sure not spend $USD on them. Not even Bitcoin I'll use to buy any of those alt currencies. Why? Because I don't want to lose!

Added after I had quoted before, yes I am with you there I have never and never will spend money on any of these coins. I will buy equipment to mine them however so I at the very least if everything goes tits up have something to show for it.

That's how I roll, too.

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October 14, 2011, 05:19:17 AM
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Can we please get back to how secure SC2 is ?

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October 14, 2011, 05:27:25 AM
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Can we please get back to how insecure SC2 is ?


Fixed your post.  Given how insecure SC2 is there isn't much reason to talk about it.

A crypto-currency based on implicit trust of a single person (glorious leader) isn't secure. 
A crypto-currency which relies on centralized control isn't secure.
A crypto-currency running on secret proprietary code isn't secure.
A crypto-currency with a hardcoded wealth transfer mechanism isn't secure.
A crypto-currency that couldn't survive the death of the glorious leader or any single individual isn't secure (unless Coin Hunter is also immortal).

SC2 can never be secure.  Period.
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October 14, 2011, 06:23:25 PM
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Don't waste your time trying to argue with bulanula. He's too delusional to listen for common sense (or he's a troll).

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October 15, 2011, 02:02:53 AM
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Oh yeah I said I wouldn't hit BTC-E because they support GG and TBX, doesn't that about sum it up Loser???

The best proof I can provide is a screen shot of my mail box:  Not exactly what you just said now is it dumb-ass
http://solidcointalk.org/topic/293-as-close-to-proof-as-i-can-provide/page__view__findpost__p__2960

You post a link to a thread on another forum in which I have to register just to view it, and then you ask the mods of this forum to verify?

How does that make sense

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October 15, 2011, 02:04:18 AM
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Probably best you read it johnj.
This one is gonna be a shitstorm of epic proportions Grin

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October 15, 2011, 02:05:11 AM
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Unfortunatly, I'm banned from solidtalkforums  Roll Eyes

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October 15, 2011, 02:15:50 AM
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I made a dummy account

Omg, that's so sad (on your part).

You're so butthurt at BCX, that you'll disclose PM's of questionable validation in response to a completely different matter.

If it's true?  Yeah, kinda shitty on Lolcusts part.

What is true is that you're acting like a child.  The best part is the first reply to your thread: http://i.imgur.com/PvDev.png

Edit: Infact, you disclosed it just to somehow get back at BCX.  Not in the name of a pure coin, not to warn potentially defrauded TBX users, but *solely* to strike back at BCX.

I think you've damaged your own reputation more.

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