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March 29, 2019, 08:32:44 PM
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It appears StackGod aka StackGambler has gone absolutely nuts in his quest to get money that he blatantly cheated to get on CrashDoge.
Here is a series of Discord posts from StackGod proving the accusations..

https://i.ibb.co/9HV5Mms/C551675-D-9-B20-42-D5-B9-D9-5-CEBBB7-FC1-F0.png

https://i.ibb.co/2tmmXYx/4837-D13-E-94-B3-4-E67-93-EF-20-AA38-BBB884.png

https://i.ibb.co/Z2Zzv7R/414-D4563-27-CD-4-C99-9-F60-BC977-C328543.jpg

https://i.ibb.co/KbJPGDM/5-D4129-E8-EE8-A-4-F39-B0-D4-4-D09-C01-B0-B48.png

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March 29, 2019, 08:37:11 PM
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1. Who is StackGod?
2. How did he scam someone?
3. How is this related to Bitcointalk?

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March 29, 2019, 08:42:21 PM
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1. Who is StackGod?
2. How did he scam someone?
3. How is this related to Bitcointalk?

StackGambler aka StackGod is posting dox and making accusations on bitcointalk about people.  He scammed with GambleCrash.  Link not posted because it contains his personal info - it can be found be googling “StackGod Dox”
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March 29, 2019, 10:48:44 PM
Last edit: March 30, 2019, 02:25:24 AM by Quickseller
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StackGambler is very shady, I am very suspicious of him, but I am not sure who he is.

One of the photos seems to imply he had the server seed of CrashDoge when he turned 5,000 doge into 6mm doge.


The owner of the website had asked StackGambler to provide his ID, and both this and the reason why providing ID was refused was probably because there was cheating on the part of StackGambler.

edit: corrected win to reflect 6mm doge, not 4mm

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March 29, 2019, 11:10:46 PM
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StackGambler is very shady, I am very suspicious of him, but I am not sure who he is.


He is easily identified by googling
StackGod dox

Pops up he scammed over 7 btc from GambleCrash
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March 29, 2019, 11:16:39 PM
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StackGambler is very shady, I am very suspicious of him, but I am not sure who he is.


He is easily identified by googling
StackGod dox

Pops up he scammed over 7 btc from GambleCrash
So he is from singapore?

Do you know if he goes by any other names around here (on bitcointalk)? I have someone in mind, but I don't remember if he is/was from Singapore or Sweden, and don't have notes on him.

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March 29, 2019, 11:23:01 PM
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He's from the UK but lives in Singapore now for college.  I just heard that he got a 1.4 BTC loan a while back from some guy and is refusing to pay that too.  Stack is about to have some serious life problems because of his poor decisions.   
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March 29, 2019, 11:30:48 PM
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StackGambler is very shady, I am very suspicious of him, but I am not sure who he is.


He is easily identified by googling
StackGod dox

Pops up he scammed over 7 btc from GambleCrash
So he is from singapore?

Do you know if he goes by any other names around here (on bitcointalk)? I have someone in mind, but I don't remember if he is/was from Singapore or Sweden, and don't have notes on him.

I don't know if he is a native of Singapore but Yes he is lives Singapore.

Sad to see a guy cry wolf so much that the owners of the crashgame scammed him because he wasn't paid the winnings. Only to find out  he had the game hashes which is how he cheated or scammed the owners of crashdoge.

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March 29, 2019, 11:42:37 PM
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Yep and now we get neg repped to hell and back and a scam accusation on our licenses. 

https://www.bustabit.com/license.txt

Those things aren't cheap.  Was a LOT of money just go get fucked over by a scammer before we even fully launched. 

We already got the guy that gave him the hashes to admit he cheated.  I don't know what else we can do to clear our names.
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March 30, 2019, 12:09:10 AM
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I don't know what else we can do to clear our names.

Probably nothing. Had you shown proof of cheating at the beginning of this debacle - you might have been fine. But the way you handled it doesn't inspire any trust, what with spurious KYC demands and other nonsense.

As for StackGambler, assuming the above proves cheating (not sure TBH, chat screenshots are the shittiest form of "proof") he might end up with red trust too.

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I don't know what else we can do to clear our names.

Probably nothing. Had you shown proof of cheating at the beginning of this debacle - you might have been fine. But the way you handled it doesn't inspire any trust, what with spurious KYC demands and other nonsense.


Well the Bitcointalk Police have made their decision.   Huh  It was stated multiple times on other chats and discussions that the CrashDoge people were making inquiries about the hashes being out.   Just because it wasn’t stated on Bitcointalk means absolutely nothing.   Little info was being given out until the “investigation” was completed.   I am sure you can see that the last bit of evidence was given TODAY, meaning that it could not have been stated earlier.   
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I don't know what else we can do to clear our names.

Probably nothing. Had you shown proof of cheating at the beginning of this debacle - you might have been fine. But the way you handled it doesn't inspire any trust, what with spurious KYC demands and other nonsense.

As for StackGambler, assuming the above proves cheating (not sure TBH, chat screenshots are the shittiest form of "proof") he might end up with red trust too.

I am pretty sure it took this long gather the proof. It is not like Stack went Hey I got some hashes and won a shit ton of coins, Instead he thought he had gotten away with it so he cried and cried wolf every where spreading false statements about the owners and site.

Granted I wish not to touch on the second part of original post because it has nothing to do with stack cheating, but proof is proof. Stack is received stolen hashes and used them to profit cheating the site plain and simple. Why should the site or the owners suffer because of that?

I mean why didn't he just go hey this is fucked up and messaged the site and say hey some one is giving your hashes away. Probably would have made more that way instead it seems he is getting what he wanted. All the attention on him this time it just happens to be bad attention.

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March 30, 2019, 12:34:59 AM
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Well the Bitcointalk Police have made their decision.   Huh  It was stated multiple times on other chats and discussions that the CrashDoge people were making inquiries about the hashes being out.   Just because it wasn’t stated on Bitcointalk means absolutely nothing.   Little info was being given out until the “investigation” was completed.   I am sure you can see that the last bit of evidence was given TODAY, meaning that it could not have been stated earlier.   

All they needed to do was to say "we suspect the user cheated and we're investigating" with a reasonable deadline. There are plenty of examples how reputable casinos deal with cheaters. This isn't it. Again, if proven guilty, StackGambler would deserve red trust. That's about the extent of what "Bitcointalk Police" can do.

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We suspected it, but the guy who had access to the hashes didn't fess up until today.

We never handled anything wrong.   He was the one shitposting us everywhere.  All we wanted was a KYC check (which is the LAW) he would have been paid.  Luckily, he didn't KYC.

I don't know what else we can do to clear our names.

Probably nothing. Had you shown proof of cheating at the beginning of this debacle - you might have been fine. But the way you handled it doesn't inspire any trust, what with spurious KYC demands and other nonsense.

As for StackGambler, assuming the above proves cheating (not sure TBH, chat screenshots are the shittiest form of "proof") he might end up with red trust too.
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March 30, 2019, 01:31:20 AM
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Here's the conversation with me and the developer of CrashDoge, who was the one who had the game hashes.

https://gyazo.com/1a0b085cdb15ba54b1d077cef44834eb

I personally never had access to the hashes, although the dev (NightWanderer) and other players did.

I also don't appreciate you making videos that contain my name and address. That's really quite tacky, and it puts you in a whole new world of trouble, legally speaking.

As for the child porn shit, that was a joke. I'm sure I don't need to explain it to you further. You can take it up legally, if you like.

My settlement offer expires in about 3 days, after which I will be taking action against your scam and your illegal/fraudulent operation, as well as your defamation of me via YouTube. You're more than welcome to retaliate, because I know I have done nothing wrong.

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March 30, 2019, 01:42:29 AM
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He wasn't a developer and didn't work on our team he simply helped with a few things on the server and stole the hash seed in the process.   He has already admitted to us what he did.  Give it up.  You're a fraud. 

Here's the conversation with me and the developer of CrashDoge, who was the one who had the game hashes.

https://gyazo.com/1a0b085cdb15ba54b1d077cef44834eb

I personally never had access to the hashes, although the dev (NightWanderer) and other players did.

I also don't appreciate you making videos that contain my name and address. That's really quite tacky, and it puts you in a whole new world of trouble, legally speaking.

As for the child porn shit, that was a joke. I'm sure I don't need to explain it to you further. You can take it up legally, if you like.

My settlement offer expires in about 3 days, after which I will be taking action against your scam and your illegal/fraudulent operation, as well as your defamation of me via YouTube. You're more than welcome to retaliate, because I know I have done nothing wrong.
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Do you realize that you went down to $4 in on-site funds and then went up to about $18,000?  The odds of you doing that (including hitting max profit the first time you chased it) is one in many thousands.  Get a life man. 
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March 30, 2019, 01:49:06 AM
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Here's the conversation with me and the developer of CrashDoge, who was the one who had the game hashes.

https://gyazo.com/1a0b085cdb15ba54b1d077cef44834eb

I personally never had access to the hashes, although the dev (NightWanderer) and other players did.

I also don't appreciate you making videos that contain my name and address. That's really quite tacky, and it puts you in a whole new world of trouble, legally speaking.

As for the child porn shit, that was a joke. I'm sure I don't need to explain it to you further. You can take it up legally, if you like.

My settlement offer expires in about 3 days, after which I will be taking action against your scam and your illegal/fraudulent operation, as well as your defamation of me via YouTube. You're more than welcome to retaliate, because I know I have done nothing wrong.
So did you know the outcome of the games in advance?

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He wasn't a developer and didn't work on our team he simply helped with a few things on the server and stole the hash seed in the process.   He has already admitted to us what he did.  Give it up.  You're a fraud. 

Here's the conversation with me and the developer of CrashDoge, who was the one who had the game hashes.

https://gyazo.com/1a0b085cdb15ba54b1d077cef44834eb

I personally never had access to the hashes, although the dev (NightWanderer) and other players did.

I also don't appreciate you making videos that contain my name and address. That's really quite tacky, and it puts you in a whole new world of trouble, legally speaking.

As for the child porn shit, that was a joke. I'm sure I don't need to explain it to you further. You can take it up legally, if you like.

My settlement offer expires in about 3 days, after which I will be taking action against your scam and your illegal/fraudulent operation, as well as your defamation of me via YouTube. You're more than welcome to retaliate, because I know I have done nothing wrong.

He was the sole developer of your site as well as a known scammer. He owes me over 2 BTC and has stolen from me in the past. It's in his best interest to create some bullshit story about me, which, if you belive, you're truly as dumb as I think.

Do you realize that you went down to $4 in on-site funds and then went up to about $18,000?  The odds of you doing that (including hitting max profit the first time you chased it) is one in many thousands.  Get a life man. 

That's gambling for you.

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Here's the conversation with me and the developer of CrashDoge, who was the one who had the game hashes.

https://gyazo.com/1a0b085cdb15ba54b1d077cef44834eb

I personally never had access to the hashes, although the dev (NightWanderer) and other players did.

I also don't appreciate you making videos that contain my name and address. That's really quite tacky, and it puts you in a whole new world of trouble, legally speaking.

As for the child porn shit, that was a joke. I'm sure I don't need to explain it to you further. You can take it up legally, if you like.

My settlement offer expires in about 3 days, after which I will be taking action against your scam and your illegal/fraudulent operation, as well as your defamation of me via YouTube. You're more than welcome to retaliate, because I know I have done nothing wrong.
So did you know the outcome of the games in advance?

No, I did not. That would be cheating. HERPES has from the beginning been switching up his excuse, and he now finally arrives with testimony from a scammer and some doctored screenshots as his final word. No matter what bullshit he comes up with, I'm going to ensure that I either see these two frauds in prison, or I get my money back. He knows who I am, he knows where I live, he knows my university - if I cheated, I'd be a lot more scared, but all I can say to him is come at me. I know the truth, and everyone knows that what he is doing is wrong.

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