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June 02, 2019, 09:58:19 AM
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Scammers Profile Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=238641 - Alex - Owner of BitDice Casino

Reference Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1046791.0

Amount Scammed: Approximately 38BTC


Proof of Payment:
What's your opinion on how we should proceed with those funds (38BTC). We can confiscate them (and add them to investors bankroll, I do not need his money) as he clearly broke our rules and we are able to do this. However considering that we didn't lose any money to him that's a bit harsh, still, I'm not sure whether we should release or confiscate it as I have concerns about how legit those funds are.


What happened:
> In the periods of 2014-2015 at the age of 15-16 Years Old, I ran Investor-Based Games which were advertised in the Gambling section of this forum.

> As a consequence of this, at the age of 17 years old (a minor) my information was publicly released to the bitcoin community, for what I believe to this day, was NOT a crime, since I advertised these games in the appropriate gambling sections and put the necessary statement of risk in the Terms of Service, which everyone should read before using a service that promises to "double your money" or offer obviously-ridiculous returns.

Though in saying this, I do not say this to justify my actions during this period of time, and do not agree that it is an honest income. Just like I do not agree that operating a casino is honest income, as it preys on the weak-minded and labels it as entertainment.

Moving on...

> Shortly following, I illicitly gained access to the dogedice.me bitcointalk account for about 30 minutes before putting the login information in the signature of the account, which resulted in the retrieval by BitDice casino approximately 1-2 hours later. No financial damage was caused to BitDice casino.

> I had gone on a hiatus from crypto communities & focused on my final years of schooling and while studying crypto trading from 2016 onward.

> On March 09, 2017 (almost 2 years onwards), I had approximately 38BTC in the BitDice Casino in an account which I had played on for over a year without issues. This amount was confiscated and justified by the aforementioned events being:
1. Investor-based games that had absolutely no relation to Alex from BitDice casino, 2-3 years prior.
2. The temporary breach of the dogedice.me BitcoinTalk Account in 2016 which caused absolutely no damage what so ever to the BitDice casino financially or in any other way shape or form.
 
In the thread linked to the date above, Alex had asked the community whether to release the funds to me or reimburse them to my "victims" from 2014-2015 (again, 3 years prior to confiscation) before realising that half of my victims, were only me pushing volume through my games anyway. This fact gave him the realisation that I was going to get something back either way, whether it be the full amount or just over half of it. This lead to his final decision to keep the entire amount.

I had fought and fought on this thread for days, defending actions again from years prior that had nothing to do with dogedice and if did had no where near an impact on him or his casino. I gave up...and took another break from crypto, as my past as a mischievous child obviously wanted to continue to haunt me.

> In May of 2017, I signed up to BTCPop.co with the handle "Cryptorealm" which I used to take loans for trading in an attempt to recover from the theft of my small trading fortune. The community here was well aware since the beginning of my past, my identity was public and known. I had nothing to hide.

> During September of 2018, I explained my entire past to the community in one of my BTCPop loans. Detailing almost the entire chain of events so that I could put the discussion to rest in my future loans.

> Today, on the 2nd of June 2019, I am calling Alex from BitDice Casino to provide the necessary information to pursue him legally.


Additional Notes:

Since I was robbed by Alex at BitDice casino, I have not fallen from my crypto-horse. In fact, my journey and abilities have only become stronger, in much better (and more ethical) ways than before. I have:
- Gained control & ownership of 2 legitimate community cryptocurrency projects (refuse to disclose for obvious reasons UNTIL this case is over)
- Taken over 40BTC in BTCPop trading loans over a period of 2 years and paid over 3.5 BTC worth of interest and fees.
- Formed a close network of fellow entrepreneurs, traders and project owners, who support me and my work.

The above has allowed me to continue live a crypto-based life, quit my job, all of my education & studies, and live with the money I make from trading, which to this day I am extremely grateful for. While I have remained stagnant with $10-$30k capital every month, my prospects have only grown. I have not gone up anywhere close to 38BTC, and had many close calls down, while paying for offline expenses, building projects and doing what I love, trading crypto. But now, I am at a point where I can't stand to continue on this journey knowing that Alex from Bitdice is keeping me from unleashing the potential that I have dreamed of unlocking for over a year know. I know my capabilities, my skills, my experience and myself.

All I am asking, is for the ability to take back what is mine. I am requesting that Alex from Bitdice gives me the necessary information to allow me to proceed legally. I have waited and lately HOPED for his make-believe legal action threats to come true. Now, I am ready to make the first move.

I have already received legal advice from many third-parties. I have completed a lot of research since I was robbed and I know almost certainly that I will win hands-down when the evidence is produced in court. If it takes consequence of my childhood mischief, then so be it. That is life.


Thank you for reading.

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June 02, 2019, 07:30:56 PM
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Why do you have to come back and open the same accusation whenever the price of Bitcoins is high lol That thread pretty much sums up why Alex is not a scammer. Since you're already on the verge to take this issue into the hands of legal authorities, you think starting another thread on bitcointalk will make your case any better? I think not. Also, you're likely to lose that case based on the evidence that is available as of now.

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June 03, 2019, 05:52:22 AM
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Why do you have to come back and open the same accusation whenever the price of Bitcoins is high lol That thread pretty much sums up why Alex is not a scammer. Since you're already on the verge to take this issue into the hands of legal authorities, you think starting another thread on bitcointalk will make your case any better? I think not. Also, you're likely to lose that case based on the evidence that is available as of now.

You mean this evidence?

BitDice Casino S.L.R. seizes those funds because James broke rules 6 and 19 of BitDice Casino S.L.R. Terms Of Services. We will await AFP resolutions on how we should proceed with those funds...

The above supposes that Alex reached out to the Australian Federal Police, because I allegedly of breaking the following sections of his terms of service on his cryptocurrency casino based in Curacao (this sentence in itself is enough to make your sentence in bold laughable):

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6. A User may only have one Account with the Website and shall only use the Website using such single account. It is prohibited for a User to open multiple accounts with the Company. In the event that the Website becomes aware of additional accounts opened by a User, BitDice Casino S.L.R. may close such additional accounts without notice and may confiscate funds held in such additional accounts.

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19. If You breach any provision of these Agreement or BitDice Casino S.L.R has a reasonable ground to suspect that You have breached them, BitDice Casino S.L.R reserves the right not to open, suspend, close Your Account, withhold payment of your winnings and apply such funds on account of any damages due by You.

My response to #6. is that the account in which was used was not accessed for over 4 months of the funds being confiscated & alex was aware of the same ownership of the accounts when the account was created. This is provable by the registration date and last login date which alex will be forced to provide. Alex will also need to prove I accessed this account anytime near the period in which I had the 38BTC. Good luck with that my friend.
Oh, and then 19. is basically saying it is broken because I allegedly broke #6.

Now here is the cherry on the cake...Prior to my case in 2017, these entries in the terms of service saying that "we can take all of your money if you have multiple accounts" never existed prior to my scenario. And the even better part is I have the archives of the previous TOS, prior to my situation, thanks to a helpful bitcointalk member who shall remain nameless until the case is over.

If you really think Alex is still trying to take me into a legal suit for my actions as a minor after these 2 years, actions in which he had absolutely no involvement in, he's living in a fantasy land. Who is he representing? The 3 "victims" which briefly came forward, one of which has "Today I was going to do something, but I have not finished doing nothing from yesterday" in his signature? Good luck getting him in court. Or how about the russian, which he claimed was me making an alt and did not even get access to this funds anyway. Or the other, yulx, who has been the only one refunded to date as far as I am aware. Bear in mind this guy actually invested in the creation of said hyips, and he refunded him, lol!

And as I said earlier, if I have to pay the consequences for my actions as a child to get back my 38BTC, then bring it on.

Sionara bitdice & token.

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June 08, 2019, 09:53:23 PM
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first off, you were 15-16 years old. when this happen


don't spend money on a lawyer cuz you already lost your case.


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June 09, 2019, 10:50:20 AM
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Formed a close network of fellow entrepreneurs, traders and project owners, who support me and my work.

so you mean other pathetic scammers, cool
lmao go fuck yourself scammer

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July 04, 2019, 11:34:17 AM
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Game Protect was recently approached by a lawyer who is expert for Bitcoin enforcement and I have the solution of you case.

Are you reachable?
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