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October 13, 2011, 12:10:28 PM
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^^ Ha ha. Good luck with "legull acshun"

Go back to launder money and post on your shitbrix threads

One day the US will tame your pet dictator and then you'll now what legal "achsun" is. And it will be a nigger called Bubba who will teach it to you Wink

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October 13, 2011, 12:18:49 PM
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Well, as best as I can tell and because both bulanula and psy are racist pieces of garbage, I'd say they are the same person. Big surprise. Everyone on this forum who is involved in any scammy Bitcoin knockoffs need their puppet accounts or else no one will post in their self-serving threads.

uh???
You crazy mofo... all those scamcoins can drop dead. I just don't like dumb criminals, like BTCEX and lolcust...
I like my criminals smart.

PS: The "racist piece of garbage" is your mamma, you piece of shit. STFU

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October 13, 2011, 12:19:12 PM
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hmm the very 1st assertion in the article:

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Well that is the 51% attack, and it basically means you can wake up tomorrow with zero Bitcoins in your wallet.

And it's a blatant lie.  I'd prefer to put it down to stupidity rather than outright deception but I have trouble believing someone who's key marketing feature is 51% immunity could get this so completely wrong.

Either the stupid is off the scale or the deception is blatant.

i think same group of individuals trolling the forums are pushing this new "creation" of theirs through lies and deceit. I have the impression we are back in history building the famous Tower of Babel

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October 13, 2011, 12:42:04 PM
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I guess they don't like when someone does a reality check and shows them that they are being incredibly stupid.

They live so far away from reality that they fear it, that's my theory.

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October 13, 2011, 12:45:43 PM
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^^ Ha ha. Good luck with "legull acshun"

Go back to launder money and post on your shitbrix threads

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Cool story, bro

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October 13, 2011, 12:51:57 PM
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Gah, you sound exactly like him.

As already said : Can the forum admins please look at the logs, IPs etc. to confirm to everybody for once and for all that I am not smoothie, CH/RS or any other person besides myself. Thank you !

Right, you are undeniably FlipPro though.
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October 13, 2011, 12:52:15 PM
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DBX claims to be in the USA as I recall...

Lemon party man, You recall wrong. But then it must be hard remembering all this stuff and the logins to a bunch of troll alias accounts at the same time.

You have demonstrated great and likely false ignorance about everything you have ever trolled about. Go back to mining your ScamCoins, you are not fooling anyone.
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October 13, 2011, 12:56:31 PM
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Define "it was a failure" from your point of view. I don't think it was a failure. We will see who was right over time.

You are right.
I have to admit SolidCoin is a success...
As a scam!
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October 13, 2011, 01:02:15 PM
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I see you are still continuing on blatantly admitting publicly that you are intending to do criminal stuff...
So a kid is building with his Lego blocks having fun.   He builds a bank.   Some of the kids at school pretend to use it.   The neighbor kid keeps telling all the kids on the school yard that he is going to rob that stupid Lego bank and then break it, I mean, it is made of Lego's, people should have no joy in life says the kid, and then one day he breaks it.   So he does, and even robs the imaginary money that school yard chums had in their accounts.   

I believe if you tell this story to the police, they will say it's time to grow up and stop playing with Lego's.

At most the neighbor kid might have done some physical damage or something that maybe the parents can cling onto for hope of repercussion.   

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October 13, 2011, 01:17:08 PM
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You can ABSOLUTELY count on the fact, as soon as I locate a majority of the Super Nodes, coordinated DDOS and SC comes to a halt.

Not a problem.
At the pace where people are switching to LiteCoin, there will be only the Super Nodes left on the SolidCoin network in a matter of days.
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October 13, 2011, 01:23:53 PM
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^^ Ha ha. Good luck with "legull acshun"

http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2010/12/09/are-ddos-distributed-denial-of-service-attacks-against-the-law/

DBX claims to be in the USA as I recall... that is one of the 3 example countries that will prosecute DDOS attackers.  UK and Sweden being the others, and are they the only countries that prosecute cyber crimes? No they aren't.

But he can't do it anyway so whatevs.

Don't forget that CoinHunter explicitely asked to BitcoinExpress to ruin his network (like if he wasn't talented enough to ruin his own currency alone).
That's sufficient to warrant any further actions in this direction.

Also, there cannot be charges of denial of service where there is no service...
Unless you use DDoS as in Distributed Denial of Scam?
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October 13, 2011, 01:32:17 PM
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DBX claims to be in the USA as I recall...
Lemon party man, You recall wrong.

Cupertino not in the USA perhaps?
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October 13, 2011, 01:53:15 PM
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what is solidcoin?  Roll Eyes lol
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October 13, 2011, 02:13:16 PM
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**Preface I think DBX is full of shit**
Assuming DBX DDOS'ed even one of these servers I hope and will support seeing her behind bars I don't care if it is against TBX,FBX,SC,BTC,I0,IX,LC,etc. she deserves jail time for it, and DDOS attacks against online computer resources are illegal and it won't be hard to track her down either even with all the lies she tells on this forum about her identity and affiliations.

Wait, BTCex's a girl ?

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October 13, 2011, 02:21:11 PM
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**Preface I think DBX is full of shit**
Assuming DBX DDOS'ed even one of these servers I hope and will support seeing her behind bars I don't care if it is against TBX,FBX,SC,BTC,I0,IX,LC,etc. she deserves jail time for it, and DDOS attacks against online computer resources are illegal and it won't be hard to track her down either even with all the lies she tells on this forum about her identity and affiliations.

Wait, BTCex's a girl ?

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October 13, 2011, 05:03:40 PM
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SolidCoin Now officially most a somewhat secure p2p currency

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October 13, 2011, 10:15:35 PM
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Not clicking yet another propaganda link.

Suit yourself but I think the prevention of the 51% attack is quite neat. When the source code will be released, all will be made quite clear.

When <some less than likely condition is met>, all will be made quite clear.

This sounds so cultish, give me the chills.

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October 13, 2011, 10:31:58 PM
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From following the alt currency board religiously for the past month, I have read most of your posts. You (viperjbm) sound like a very intelligent person and always try to back up what you say with fact. So I always give you the benefit of the doubt even though I don't agree with you most of the times.

What I want to know is how CH/RS has managed to convince you so fully. How can you trust CH/RS 100% like you do? Do you not see any of his flaws? Sure, when he first came on the scene, SC1 seems like a great alternative to Bitcoin. He was hitting all the right notes. But when he started slandering Bitcoin on his website and started acting all childish and closing his open source code, wasn't that a good time to start thinking whether you should still think so highly of him? And now with SC2, you've got a decentralized trusted node system that feeds him a million solidcoins every couple of years or so. Can you really trust that he will not abuse the system? If solidcoin become worth $1 each, CH/RS (or his CPF if that makes it seem better) will be making $1 mil every few years. Wouldn't that be the ultimate temptation for anyone (even one as noble as CH/RS) to take some money off the top.

I mean everyone is blindly running his closed source binaries. Do you know how easy it is to make a small change such that he can steal money from the CPF? I mean currently he has the keys to the CPF. Who's to say he will relinquish them? And by the time people do realize he's stealing money, what can you do about it? If everyone has so much invested in solidcoins, you can't really do anything about him without hurting your own investment.

Everything about SC2 and CH/RS is so against what Satoshi set out to do with Bitcoin, it's really disgusting to me and most of the people on this board. So I'm really surprised that someone as intelligent as you is blinded by his spell.

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October 13, 2011, 11:02:13 PM
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When <some less than likely condition is met>, all will be made quite clear.

This sounds so cultish, give me the chills.

Are you saying that L. Ron Coinhunter is lying an won't release the source code? You filthy heretic!

Yes, and I dare him to prove me wrong. But either way I don't really care since it's just fun to watch everyone get spun up over this the farce.

I just can't wait to see the 100+ security issues that plague bitcoin that were fixed in SC2. Just like the 85+ security issues between Bitcoin and SC1.03 where the client was insecure because it said Bitcoin instead of Solidcoin and insane amounts of improperly formatted whitespace.

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October 13, 2011, 11:06:03 PM
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I mean everyone is blindly running his closed source binaries. Do you know how easy it is to make a small change such that he can steal money from the CPF? I mean currently he has the keys to the CPF. Who's to say he will relinquish them? And by the time people do realize he's stealing money, what can you do about it? If everyone has so much invested in solidcoins, you can't really do anything about him without hurting your own investment.

That is what he counts on peoples greed being as great as his or as he told me when I had enough of the pump and dump fraud he tried to get me in on that he had going on the bitparking exchange what are you going to do kill the goose that laid the golden egg. Even posting and telling everyone about what he was up to did no good really in the end as most of these people think they are actually going to get rich with that fool in charge because they are so blinded by that greed they dismiss that and everything else in their desire to get that golden egg.

I wish you had the logs to post on pastebin. Maybe check your logs directory?

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