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Author Topic: MyCoin Went Bankrupt? Were you a victim?  (Read 2561 times)
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February 11, 2015, 09:19:06 PM
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there was no bitcoins ,3000 people bought noin existant  bitcoins WITH CASH   as far as i can gather at a vastly reduced price
then when they went to withdraw them after a few months the site naturally collapsed since it was built on smoke and mirrors like all ponzis are

who really expected to make hundreds of % in profit in a mere 3 months or so ? if that were even possible the ponzi owner would have just invested his own money

its like these sites that offer to double your btc in 24/48 hrs etc

if they could really do that ,they would just be doing it instead of hanging out looking for fools on forums to "invest"

just one word

PONZI!!!

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February 11, 2015, 10:30:43 PM
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In fact, in this case you can replace bitcoin by anything else it would be exactly the same!
No blame for bitcoin, just blame those silly investor who get fooled again!
How is it possible after Madof story !!!
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February 12, 2015, 04:43:55 AM
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seem that no one here get its hurt

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February 12, 2015, 09:45:10 AM
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seem that no one here get its hurt

other news!!!

http://www.coindesk.com/mycoin-hong-kong-police-8-1-million/

it seems only 3millions HK$ was stolen,...
and not 387millions!!!!

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February 12, 2015, 11:21:51 AM
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seem that no one here get its hurt

other news!!!

http://www.coindesk.com/mycoin-hong-kong-police-8-1-million/

it seems only 3millions HK$ was stolen,...
and not 387millions!!!!

wow!!!

this news/numbers are like a lottery!!!

look for the next draw

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February 12, 2015, 11:42:25 AM
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There is so many different incotrect versions of this story is embarrassing to even read them never mind publish them, it's just all sensationalist clickbait with the most exaggerated numbers they can think off and buzzwords like Bitcoin thrown in to make it more interesting than the typical scaam involving money

These people should be fired for such sloppy journalism
3 million or 387 million or 400 million or 3.1 billion hk as if  the details don't matter

I will not be clicking on another update of this "news"  even though I have full ad blockers enabled and they will not make anything from me......
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