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April 30, 2014, 06:53:01 AM
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MagicalTeam protectors of free and the free!

Here's a little idea that came to me while I was returning from my bike ride... I will create a vigilante group has the style of Sentai manga (e.g. Power Rangers).   Obviously I would be the leader, so I have the ranger leader's red coloring.

I will convene the most appropriate elements to empower developers and train a squadron of 5 free-rangers. - See more at: http://www.dailytech.com/Bitcoin+King+Pt+II+Mt+Goxs+Dictator+Karpels+Proves+Tragically+Flawed/article34452.htm#sthash.p7KErlMB.dpuf

Here is only one motherfuckin' clue that in no motherfuckin' way Mark Karpeles should have been in control of Mt Gox, let alone anybody using said service.

Now, following the clues that Brock Pierce, too, should not be in control of the new Mt Gox, especially since he has a controlling interest in KnC's 7,000+ rig mining farm, not to mention his paedo- history and fucking over his ex-partner to the tune of $20M USD.

When doesn't this fuckin' shit end?HuhHuhHuhHuhHuh
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Bear in mind, these boastful blogs came just months after he had been fired for the second time in just two years and having blogged that he had seriously considering hanging himself with a network cable from a high-rise window. Clearly, even then he failed to recognize that leadership is only earned by hard work and merit.

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April 30, 2014, 07:01:37 AM
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Bear in mind, these boastful blogs came just months after he had been fired for the second time in just two years and having blogged that he had seriously considering hanging himself with a network cable from a high-rise window. Clearly, even then he failed to recognize that leadership is only earned by hard work and merit.

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Phinnaeus Gage live blogging the history of Mark K:
...leadership is only earned by hard work and merit
Did Obama pass that test?

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April 30, 2014, 08:48:24 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=590138 What happened at Gox on 2013-05-13 - (BTC Xfer Diagrams)

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April 30, 2014, 09:36:12 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=590138 What happened at Gox on 2013-05-13 - (BTC Xfer Diagrams)

May 14, 2013
MtGox funds seized by Homeland

The United States Department of Homeland Security seizes over US$2.9 million from a Dwolla account that belonged to a subsidiary of MtGox because it allegedly “failed to register as a ‘money transmitting business’ in accordance with 18 U.S. Code 1960.”

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April 30, 2014, 09:41:11 AM
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Mark Karpeles @MagicalTux
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Need more geek friends who can understand my reasons for being happy/sad. Things will hopefully improve in 2010 !
3:00 AM - 13 Dec 2009

At least we learn now that Jed did his due diligence when he sold Mt Gox to Mark, akin to the due diligence used to now put Brock Pierce at the helm.

So, Brother Geek, what do you invest in?
In Bitcoin.
You mean Paedo- Coin, don't you?
He he!
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Good one, Mike!
Why don't my fellow geeks don't like me anymore?

Please explain how your quoted tweet implies anything about his ability to run MtGox.
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April 30, 2014, 01:49:46 PM
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this article:
http://www.dailytech.com/Bitcoin+King+Pt+II+Mt+Goxs+Dictator+Karpels+Proves+Tragically+Flawed/article34452.htm is worth the time.
It gives a very detailed look at the real Mark.

Thanks for the read.

Cant say anything I read was surprising though. Karpeles incompetence was apparent from the beginning & carried through to the end.

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May 01, 2014, 06:14:21 AM
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Would it help to make a directory of every Btcoin address that has been used to send coins to Gox?

I have a few addresses they gave me.

Is it possible to follow the path like that?

Mt Gox was the first exchange, I'm told it started in 2009, at that time on the block chain there should be very few entries as compared to now, so although you can work backwards from now that out again, you can also pretty much start at the beginning.  

My guess is many people, over time, will give their mt gox address to help connect the dots

Given that MG was the first and the biggest exchange a lot of major activity pointing to any single direction will probably be them.  
It was estublished as trading magic cards at 2009. but as a bitcoin exchange mtgox started at 2011. When mark bought it from caleb.

'Magic Cards' were never traded on the domain, that was the original intent then along came Bitcoin.

The unused domain was then chosen to become the home of the Bitcoin exchange.

It's one of those 'myths' which people often quote but it's actually quite untrue to say that they used to trade these cards on the website because they didn't.
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