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September 15, 2012, 09:28:17 AM
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If you will read this thread you will find that this operation is closed and the hardware is being liquidated.

I know it might shock you but things have changed since a year ago :/



Thanks. That's a better answer that the one you gave OgNasty don't you think ?

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September 15, 2012, 09:29:59 AM
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If you will read this thread you will find that this operation is closed and the hardware is being liquidated.

I know it might shock you but things have changed since a year ago :/



Thanks. That's a better answer that the one you gave OgNasty don't you think ?


He has been active in this thread and knew it was being liquidated. So no. He comes in here every now and again like p4man and Matthew and tries to cause trouble.


Sorry El Cabron, you are banned from posting or sending personal messages on this forum.
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September 15, 2012, 09:45:59 AM
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If you will read this thread you will find that this operation is closed and the hardware is being liquidated.

I know it might shock you but things have changed since a year ago :/



Thanks. That's a better answer that the one you gave OgNasty don't you think ?


He has been active in this thread and knew it was being liquidated. So no. He comes in here every now and again like p4man and Matthew and tries to cause trouble.



So what ?
Just reply like you did to me, be patient and calm. That'll make you look a lot more professional.
Just my 2 cents

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September 15, 2012, 10:01:44 PM
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If you will read this thread you will find that this operation is closed and the hardware is being liquidated.

I know it might shock you but things have changed since a year ago :/

You might want to update your OP.  I was looking into other mining operations and had a legitimate question.  I don't see anything about TyGrr Tech being a bond and it appears to be represented as a Bitcoin Mining Company in the OP.  Further reading showed that it did take over your mining bond, but I assumed it took it over to back it with real hashing power.  I also had no idea it was being liquidated.

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September 16, 2012, 06:47:36 PM
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TyGrr will also be paying weekly dividend on the coins mined.

The only costs/fee that will be taken is a 5% fee on weekly profit to the CEO (Goat) for running the operation.

TyGrr Tech is currently mining!

I do not mine at all and I still have mining bonds on GLBSE.

Can you please explain the discrepancy between these two quotes?

You could literally have no mining gear and issue a fixed mh/s bond that pays only on difficulty. Essentially a loan that decreases as difficulty increases.

It would be like getting a loan on a used car tied to the depreciation of its value  Smiley



That's a good point. Start a "mining company" which you sell shares and just adjust the amount you pay out based on difficulty change. Hope that the diff skyrockets and you pay less and less...LOL

Nice scam! Cheesy

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September 17, 2012, 03:03:16 AM
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TyGrr will also be paying weekly dividend on the coins mined.

The only costs/fee that will be taken is a 5% fee on weekly profit to the CEO (Goat) for running the operation.

TyGrr Tech is currently mining!

I do not mine at all and I still have mining bonds on GLBSE.

Can you please explain the discrepancy between these two quotes?

You could literally have no mining gear and issue a fixed mh/s bond that pays only on difficulty. Essentially a loan that decreases as difficulty increases.

It would be like getting a loan on a used car tied to the depreciation of its value  Smiley



That's a good point. Start a "mining company" which you sell shares and just adjust the amount you pay out based on difficulty change. Hope that the diff skyrockets and you pay less and less...LOL

Nice scam! Cheesy


Ive got no doubt there are people with mining bonds who have done that very thing. Maybe they even hired the mining gear to take pics just to make it look legit. When you think about it its a great way to take  a bitcoin loan  Cheesy

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September 25, 2012, 02:07:55 AM
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Dividend didn't show up by my definition of soon, but I was going to check again today and apparently TYGRR.TECH (and based on other posts, possibly TYGRR.*) has been delisted.  The asset is mentioned as delisted in my portfolio with a claim code.  I'm sure I'm not the only one interested in an update when you see what's going on (and then another one when you get it sorted).
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Dividend didn't show up by my definition of soon, but I was going to check again today and apparently TYGRR.TECH (and based on other posts, possibly TYGRR.*) has been delisted.  The asset is mentioned as delisted in my portfolio with a claim code.  I'm sure I'm not the only one interested in an update when you see what's going on (and then another one when you get it sorted).

No Idea. I can tell you one thing I did not do it.

I don't see on the TOS about de-listing assets. 

Introducing constraints to the economy only serves to limit what can be economical.
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September 25, 2012, 10:08:42 AM
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We can no longer access any of the so called "black market" bonds including PPT.A
so now we can't even sell to the 0.32 wall....  it was 0.32 insured  - where is the insurance now?

Had a chat to Nefario - seems to be a sensible precaution for the time being.  If you needed to redeem the insurance option that should still be possible, but you would need to contact me directly.

Just as an update - I have done an insurance payment today for someone so the system still works.

To be clear, we can't list PPT assets anymore, they are still on our books, and in your accounts, but cannot be put on the market.

If we allowed this it would put us in compromised position.
It would appear you can still finish off the dividend payments, we just can't trade the asset in the meantime.
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September 26, 2012, 04:18:11 PM
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I do not have your BTC addresses and even if I did there is not a good way to pay out at this time. We are looking into things.
From GLBSE today (yesterday it just listed a claim code):
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TYGRR.TECH has been delisted from GLBSE and is no longer trading.

Your balance of TYGRR.TECH at the time this asset was delisted was: 35

Your claim code for this account is: <REDACTED>

Q: Why has this asset been delisted?
This asset has been delisted at the request of the issuer
OR
The asset or the issuer has exposed GLBSE to unacceptable risks or liabilities, and as a result we cannot allow it to continue using GLBSE's services.

Q: Is the asset I hold dead or worthless?
The issuer of your asset has been given a list of codes, such as the claim code shown above. Each code tells the issuer how many of the asset belonged to that account. The asset is still alive, and the issuer still has an obligation to you, the asset holder, but the asset is no longer traded or listed on GLBSE anymore.

Q: What do I do now?
To redeem your asset, you must contact the issuer, and give them the claim code shown above(think of it as a MtGox code). They may also ask for other details from you such as a contact email and a bitcoin address to enable them to be able to contact you and make payments.

Your issuer is:Chaang-Noi and the contact address they have left is example@example.com , please contact them as they are now solely responsible for this asset.

But thats not fair to me and other asset holders! We agree,it's not fair to holders of this asset, to other issers, asset holders and GLBSE itself. Delisting is a last measure when trying to deal with problematic asset issuers who are actively trying to damage GLBSE. We have a responsibility to all asset issuers and asset holders on GLBSE, if any one person is doing something that puts everyone else at risk, including GLBSE operators then they have to leave. This is a market we all share, for it to work we must all play nice.
If you are serious about calling nefario a scammer, I hope you have submitted your evidence to Theymos.  Regardless, he is claiming you have everything you need for shareholders to get with you.  If you are correct about the claim codes being insecure somehow, then GLBSE/nefario would be liable for that once it was proven.  Until then, if you have a list as GLBSE claims, it's not really feasible for people to make them up.

I would think you would want people to go ahead and make their claims with you (via PM or otherwise) so you could distribute the liquidation income you didn't get to distribute on GLBSE.  You could then hold that information for when additional equipment is sold and make new payouts.
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