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WARNING TO POTENTIAL INVESTORS:

THERE IS A STRONG PROBABILITY THIS PROJECT IS A SCAM.


There are 2 open, unanswered Scam Accusations against this project, neither to which Blue Hill Mining has responded.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5148594
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5152373

We know for a fact that this project's white paper is plagiarized from other sources, meaning they do not want to invest the time to describe their own idea, and also that they use mining-related images from other sources and attempt to pass them off as their own (they never credit the original sources and place their logo on top of them).

We have strong doubts that any of the team listed by Blue Hill Mining are actually involved in this project, as none of them have ever commented on the project in this forum. It is also impossible to know for sure if there is even a mining operation at all, as BHM has provided zero evidence of its existence.

From a recent post in one of the scam accusations against this project:

So, overall as far I can see we get:
1) Spanish officials warn against BHF's affiliates and mark them as scammers.
2) A series of illogical actions involving selling stock in Canada while registering in the US and Switzerland.
3) Not quite clear whether or not mine exists overall and if it does there is no proof of ownership

This article goes in depth into why Blue Hill Mining is probably a scam:

https://www.cryptoinfowatch.com/bluehill-foundation-would-you-trust-this-mining-company/

Its recommended reading for anyone considering investing in it.

Lastly, this project has hired a professional spamming service known as Vitor Services in order to bump this thread for them. 90% of the comments in this thread are paid for and not representative of genuine interest in the project. This service has been hired to bump threads for scam projects in the past, and lets face, there is no honest reason to use this type of service.

IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING INVESTING MONEY IN THIS PROJECT, CONSIDER IT AS GOOD AS GONE.

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I see that many users prefer to invest money to Bitcoin, because the price of Bitcoin grows more active that the price of other altcoins.

That post must be archived and marked. "Typical post of a paid shill"  Also it can be used in instructions for newbies.
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I see that many users prefer to invest money to Bitcoin, because the price of Bitcoin grows more active that the price of other altcoins.

That post must be archived and marked. "Typical post of a paid shill"  Also it can be used in instructions for newbies.

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August 09, 2019, 07:03:31 PM
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A few facts about BHM token:

💎 Project Name: Blue Hill Mining;
💎 Symbol: BHM;
💎 Currencies that can be used to purchase BHM token: Bitcoin, Ethereum.
💎 Cost within the STO: 0.14 U.S. dollar (equivalent );
💎 Retail sales price of a token: 0.45 U.S. dollar (the cost of the token BHM may have changed since first listing on the stock exchange);
💎 Expected retail price of the token: 30  U.S. dollar (the cost is calculated using the accepted formula of evaluation of 30% of the total number of Blue Hill Mining resources at the current market value);
💎 Maximum issue: 700 million tokens (as hard cap is reached the remaining BHM tokens will be burned);
💎 Soft cap: covered by Blue Hill Foundation;
💎 Hard cap: 38.07 million U.S. dollars.

🔺 More information about  BHM token can be found on the official website of  Blue Hill Mining project at https://www.bluehillmining.com.

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I can’t understand if the activities of any company can make a profit of 3340% per annum, then why is it forced to raise funds like an ordinary startup. Banks will line up to give such a company a loan.

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I see that many users prefer to invest money to Bitcoin, because the price of Bitcoin grows more active that the price of other altcoins.

That post must be archived and marked. "Typical post of a paid shill"  Also it can be used in instructions for newbies.

What's crazy is scammers pay big money for these moronic posts. Here's an example of how much Vitor Services (the thread bumping company this particular scam hired) charges for plastering these types of stupid comments on a scam's social media pages:


STOP SPAM!


YOU FUCKING STOP IT, YOU'RE PAYING FOR IT.

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August 10, 2019, 01:06:29 AM
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I see that many users prefer to invest money to Bitcoin, because the price of Bitcoin grows more active that the price of other altcoins.

That post must be archived and marked. "Typical post of a paid shill"  Also it can be used in instructions for newbies.

What's crazy is scammers pay big money for these moronic posts. Here's an example of how much Vitor Services (the thread bumping company this particular scam hired) charges for plastering these types of stupid comments on a scam's social media pages:


STOP SPAM!


YOU FUCKING STOP IT, YOU'RE PAYING FOR IT.

LOL It's beyond the scammers, but you made me laugh. They started it, paying to dupe people into a fabricated story. Don't fall for it people!



Blue Hill Mining/Foundation is a SCAM

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August 10, 2019, 01:08:22 AM
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I can’t understand if the activities of any company can make a profit of 3340% per annum, then why is it forced to raise funds like an ordinary startup. Banks will line up to give such a company a loan.

I makes no sense at all. Red Flags everywhere.

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August 10, 2019, 01:11:27 AM
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I think that if it will be more fully regulated STO and secure tokens that are backed by real assets the trust of investors will be bigger.

There are a lot of frauds connected with cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency need more trust of investors and more stabilization.

Like this FRAUD.

Blue Hill Mining/Foundation is a SCAM
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August 10, 2019, 06:18:39 AM
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⭐️ We would like to continue introducing you to the professional team of  Blue Hill Mining project, and today we would like to talk about another participant – Industrial engineering assistant SVEN KOTISSEK!

⭐️ SVEN KOTISSEK is a graduate in Industrial engineering (bachelor's degree) from the University of Dortmund. He has practical experience in project management, is a real expert in the field of information technology and a professional analyst in the field of financial engineering and modeling.

⭐️ To contact SVEN KOTISSEK and ask him your questions about  Blue Hill Mining project, reach him at his personal email address sk@bluehillmining.com or right in the comments below this post!

🔺 Learn more about the team of the project Blue Hill Mining on our site https://www.bluehillmining.com/ in the section "Team".

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⭐️ We would like to continue introducing you to the professional team of  Blue Hill Mining project, and today we would like to talk about another participant – Industrial engineering assistant SVEN KOTISSEK!

⭐️ SVEN KOTISSEK is a graduate in Industrial engineering (bachelor's degree) from the University of Dortmund. He has practical experience in project management, is a real expert in the field of information technology and a professional analyst in the field of financial engineering and modeling.

⭐️ To contact SVEN KOTISSEK and ask him your questions about  Blue Hill Mining project, reach him at his personal email address sk@bluehillmining.com or right in the comments below this post!

🔺 Learn more about the team of the project Blue Hill Mining on our site https://www.bluehillmining.com/ in the section "Team".






Sven Kotissek (and Yannick Becker) are different people in your Aug 2018 version of the white paper:








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To follow the scam:https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5152373.60
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There are a lot of frauds connected with cryptocurrency and a lot of scams. That is why many investors do not trust cryptocurrency startups.

I see that many users prefer to invest money to Bitcoin, because the price of Bitcoin grows more active that the price of other altcoins.

There was a lot on scams among cryptocurrency startups, that is why investors do not trust the tokens of different startups and their price falls.
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A good idea this, presenting the people behind BlueHill and its MLM promoters, Mize Network a.k.a. MizeSleaze.
Nice suit, Neville.  Grin
 

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That is why I think that the future will be for the security tokens that are backed up by real assets and for the tokenization of assets.
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And another fine member of MizeSleaze, Lee O'Shea, multiple scam MLM salesman and liar, holed up in Dubai.
After promoting the huge Onecoin scam, a "cryptocurrency" without mining, O'Shea now promotes BlueHill, a "mining company" without mining.
Way to go Lee  Roll Eyes



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Blue Hill Mining has the secure tokens that are backed up by real assets. The project conducts a fully regulated STO.
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⭐️ We would like to continue introducing you to the professional team of  Blue Hill Mining project, and today we would like to talk about another participant – Industrial engineering assistant SVEN KOTISSEK!

⭐️ SVEN KOTISSEK is a graduate in Industrial engineering (bachelor's degree) from the University of Dortmund. He has practical experience in project management, is a real expert in the field of information technology and a professional analyst in the field of financial engineering and modeling.

⭐️ To contact SVEN KOTISSEK and ask him your questions about  Blue Hill Mining project, reach him at his personal email address sk@bluehillmining.com or right in the comments below this post!

🔺 Learn more about the team of the project Blue Hill Mining on our site https://www.bluehillmining.com/ in the section "Team".



Sven Kotissek (and Yannick Becker) are different people in your Aug 2018 version of the white paper:



Blue Hill Mining/Foundation is a SCAM

To follow the scam:https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5152373.60

LOL. Great catch. BUSTED!

And another fine member of MizeSleaze, Lee O'Shea, multiple scam MLM salesman and liar, holed up in Dubai.
After promoting the huge Onecoin scam, a "cryptocurrency" without mining, O'Shea now promotes BlueHill, a "mining company" without mining.
Way to go Lee  Roll Eyes

There's no question that OneCoin was a scam. Now these same sleazeballs are promoting Blue Hill Mining? Sure enough, from Lee O'Shea's Instagram:

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Opportunity comes and goes. The awesome thing is we are always one decision away from changing our whole life. The decision I made this year has me set for 2019. This year will be the year of the STO Securtiy token offerings. Have you got your BHM TOKENS YET. Hit me up as when you see this token you will be pleased you got the info #securitytokens #bluehillmining #wealthtransfer #bitcoin

He'll transfer your wealth alright. From your pocket to his.

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Continuing our potted biographies of the MizeSleaze promoters of this Blue Hill thing, let's have a look at the Man At The Top, Adrian Jacuzzi, CEO of Mize Network and probably the tallest man in Portugal.

And, true to his name, people in his MLM downline have got soaked in the past. This is the sort of guy you can rightly say has "never done an honest day's work in his life".
He bullshits for a living, selling dreams of wealth to greedy/naive punters and signing them up into his MLM downline, for which he receives top-of-the-food-chain commission.
Here's an old picture of him promoting the Ponzi EmGoldEx, prior to its demise and (failed) rebrand as Global InterGold



He then moved onto the Infinitum Flame/ Quark scam run by D'Arco and Arcas, via the GCR morph into Pool Miners/SARcoin (another scam).
Fun fact:
On Jacuzzi's downline was another (apart from O'Shea) OneCoin pimp(esse), Irina Ignatyeva...
Then came MizeSleaze.
And people still listen to his bullshit and give him money  Huh


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That is why stables coins became very popular. Tether has 7th place for capitalization. Secure tokens will become in such situation popular too.
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That is why stables coins became very popular. Tether has 7th place for capitalization. Secure tokens will become in such situation popular too.

When cryptocurrency market falls the trading volumes of stable coins only increasing. Traders prefer to use stable coins.
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