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January 21, 2012, 08:59:57 PM
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Call Jered what you will but I call him a liar and a thief.  I got out today by doing multiple bitcoin withdrawals of less than 80 coins each and took some of them to Crypto X Change in Australia. 

I am baffled that people will stand up for Jered.  And actually, it has recently come to my attention that one of his ardent supporters actually owned a piece of the company.  So be very skeptical of people who come on these threads and say that Jered is anything other than the lying scum that he is.

If only I could do the same, but my money is all stuck in the wiretransfer so I cant even buy BTC.

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January 21, 2012, 09:05:21 PM
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I really feel for you Dinkytoyz.  That is a tough spot to be in.  Jered is crossing a lot of people, and some of them might be extremely angry.  Words on a forum are one thing, but seriously he needs to watch his back.  Not everyone in bitcoinworld is a regular Joe with a nice family.  I just can't figure out why he wants to put himself in this position. 
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January 22, 2012, 05:52:53 AM
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Call Jered what you will but I call him a liar and a thief.  I got out today by doing multiple bitcoin withdrawals of less than 80 coins each and took some of them to Crypto X Change in Australia.  

I am baffled that people will stand up for Jered.  And actually, it has recently come to my attention that one of his ardent supporters actually owned a piece of the company.  So be very skeptical of people who come on these threads and say that Jered is anything other than the lying scum that he is.

If only I could do the same, but my money is all stuck in the wiretransfer so I cant even buy BTC.

I hope your avatar is your face.  If so, I'm sure you can get money easily elsewhere.

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January 23, 2012, 11:03:14 PM
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I really feel for you Dinkytoyz.  That is a tough spot to be in.  Jered is crossing a lot of people, and some of them might be extremely angry.  Words on a forum are one thing, but seriously he needs to watch his back.  Not everyone in bitcoinworld is a regular Joe with a nice family.  I just can't figure out why he wants to put himself in this position. 

Well, I do not think Tradehill and Jered are like the MyBitcoin scam. I think Jered just bit off more than he can chew. I think the problem is the current banking system.

The financial industry is one of the most heavily regulated and a supreme pain in the ass. This opens up a lot of opportunity for an entrepreneur because of the inefficiency. If I were running an exchange I would have tons of different bank accounts setup, with lots of different banks both national and regional, with lots of different New Mexico LLCs to prevent any of these liquidity types of issues. If anything Jered should have had lots of redundancy built into his system where he could plug-n-play many different bank accounts and had lots of bank accounts opened and ready.

But if you think this is a liquidity issue just wait until things like the new FACTA legislation gets put into place. Then come the currency controls. You think you have liquidity problems now, just wait.

Of course, the more then governments get involved the more inefficient the market gets which opens opportunity for entrepreneurs like Jered.

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January 24, 2012, 01:57:53 AM
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I think this is a good reason not to put all your eggs in one basket-case exchange.  I have had good experience with CryptoXChange and I would suggest people to use multiple exchanges to minimize the chance that you get burned.

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January 29, 2012, 07:14:55 PM
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Jered you should hire a few more people to help you with all the e-mails if you get so many. Good luck!
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January 31, 2012, 02:21:25 AM
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I am baffled that people will stand up for Jered.  And actually, it has recently come to my attention that one of his ardent supporters actually owned a piece of the company.  So be very skeptical of people who come on these threads and say that Jered is anything other than the lying scum that he is.

Looks like I must own a piece of mtgox, cryptoxchange, exchb, etc. as well.  Also, looks like Ron Paul's going to offer me a cabinet-level post in his govt.





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November 08, 2013, 06:37:19 PM
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Hi,

I am still waiting for my funds to be returned by Tradehill / Jered Kenna. I have sent emails multiple times. Jered himself confirmed my account balance and requested a BTC address so he could send the funds. The funds were never sent. This was 6 months ago. Has anyone heard from him or received funds recently?


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