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February 09, 2012, 03:50:40 AM
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bitcoind down? Or did they finally ran off?

Back up again
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February 09, 2012, 04:41:59 AM
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Yep, back up and payments made for the last 2 days ...  Smiley
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February 09, 2012, 04:04:19 PM
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Down again.

maybe the algorithm just isn't very stable.

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February 10, 2012, 04:42:23 AM
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Down again.

maybe the algorithm just isn't very stable.


you mean the website is down, or the return is negative? 

website down is inconvenient

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February 12, 2012, 02:05:50 PM
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Bitscalpers "internal statistics" webpage is showing that over 3 days already no payout requests where paid. All of them are in the untouched "processing" state and from Bitscalper we have no sign of life, whether on his website nor in this forum. Haven said that, he is still silently checking this forum (see his user-account).

It's getting interesting...
 
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February 12, 2012, 03:45:08 PM
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and there are some very big withdraws waiting - 50's 100's , 500(!)

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February 12, 2012, 05:48:33 PM
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and there are some very big withdraws waiting - 50's 100's , 500(!)
lol.... that's not funny. I ended up getting most of what I put in out, finally.

5BTC deposited on 2/3. 5BTC withdrawal requested on 2/3. Request canceled by server a couple days later. .0035BTC in losses by time account is accessible again. 4.9965BTC withdrawal requested on 2/6. 4.9091BTC paid out to my wallet on 2/6. ...As of 2/9, there's .588BTC on the account. Withdrawal requested, stuck in "processing." ETA: Today, the account balance is 2.6645352591004E-15 Bitcoin. ETA2: Wow. Was actually paid out on 2/13. Took a full 10 days from my original withdrawal request to get everything out, but ended up with ~5.5BTC. Was pleased just to get the 4.9. Cheesy

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February 12, 2012, 06:05:24 PM
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My withdrawal was pending for over 12 hours.  I logged in again this morning and it gave me somebody else's random account apparently.  Instead of my real balance I had a new balance of exactly 0.45BTC and the reports showed no earnings at all.  Interesting!  I sent them an e-mail to their support.
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February 12, 2012, 06:35:56 PM
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i've tried withdrawing twice now, first time cancelled by server, second time I am in the queue for around ~18 hours or so so far.

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February 13, 2012, 03:17:58 AM
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I want to disbelieve this is not as popular as a 25 page thread would suggest it is.   Undecided  How many of you have been buying from legit bitcoin merchants?  Huh


Good question; however making interest on bitcoin certainly seems like an appealing idea for all of the hoarders while they wait for bitcoins to become worth millions!

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February 13, 2012, 05:20:54 AM
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Bitscalper.com passwords have been leaked. More info.

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February 13, 2012, 09:34:55 AM
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Interesting things are going on.

At the first view it looks like payment request were finally paid during the last days. But when you remember the large amount of payment requests since February 9, it's clear that only a few ones were paid. This are smaller payouts. It looks like all other payout requests were silently "rejected" and the bitcoins are back on the bitscalper user accounts.

Because of this and the last breaking news regarding passwords leaked, most of the "rejected" payout request were now requested again from the users plus some new requests.
There are currently about 1900 BTC payout request open (state processing) and still counting.

The user bitscalper has read inside this forum a few minutes ago. Still no reaction from his side.  Shocked


  
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February 13, 2012, 10:16:16 AM
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Huh, fortunately I've used a generated password from 1Password there, so I really don't care if it leaked. Still, this is depressing... How can you even think of letting your users' funds basically without any protection? This is sick.
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February 13, 2012, 12:57:26 PM
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How can you even think of letting your users' funds basically without any protection? This is sick.

This is very sloppy practice, but why should you really care if you plan to defraud your users anyway? The fact that Bitscalper stopped replying in this thread (while still checking it), despite climbing up reports about inability to withdraw funds, clearly speaks for his intentions.

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February 13, 2012, 03:15:11 PM
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Magical excuse for running off with peoples' money: "We got SQL injected and the plaintext passwords were stolen!!" Grin

It's so old by now, it's growing a beard. And Bitscalper reeked of scam from day one... seriously, what excuse did they have for staying anonymous again? What was their trading tactic, and why exactly wouldn't they trade with one investor's money instead of distributing the inflow?

I haven't heard a single credible explanation to Bitscalper's "business model" yet. I would assume that what's happening now is either a scammer screwing up because caring for security is too expensive, or an intentional leak with the purpose of covering the tracks at the cost of some of the BTC at hand.

e.g.: Limit withdrawals to 20%, leave gaping security hole, wait until hole is discovered, withdraw 80% to own BTC addresses; announce "we are sorry, we have been hacked, OMG a lot of money is gone!"
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February 13, 2012, 03:42:41 PM
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Magical excuse for running off with peoples' money: "We got SQL injected and the plaintext passwords were stolen!!" Grin

It's so old by now, it's growing a beard. And Bitscalper reeked of scam from day one... seriously, what excuse did they have for staying anonymous again? What was their trading tactic, and why exactly wouldn't they trade with one investor's money instead of distributing the inflow?

I haven't heard a single credible explanation to Bitscalper's "business model" yet. I would assume that what's happening now is either a scammer screwing up because caring for security is too expensive, or an intentional leak with the purpose of covering the tracks at the cost of some of the BTC at hand.

e.g.: Limit withdrawals to 20%, leave gaping security hole, wait until hole is discovered, withdraw 80% to own BTC addresses; announce "we are sorry, we have been hacked, OMG a lot of money is gone!"

So far the most successful business model in the bitcoin world is the oops-we-got-hacked-see-ya-later-guys model.  FFS, this thing is never going to go anywhere if our standards are so fucking low.
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February 13, 2012, 03:45:43 PM
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So far the most successful business model in the bitcoin world is the oops-we-got-hacked-see-ya-later-guys model.  FFS, this thing is never going to go anywhere if our standards are so fucking low.
Free market bro, fuck the powers that be. People who lose money simply deserve it. People who make them lose money deserve it. Might makes right. Grin

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February 13, 2012, 04:02:15 PM
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So far the most successful business model in the bitcoin world is the oops-we-got-hacked-see-ya-later-guys model.  FFS, this thing is never going to go anywhere if our standards are so fucking low.
Free market bro, fuck the powers that be. People who lose money simply deserve it. People who make them lose money deserve it. Might makes right. Grin

Exactly.  Any idiot who put a significant amount of money in expecting that it was actually being used to scalp (LOL) deserves to lose their money if they didn't get out in time.

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February 13, 2012, 04:08:04 PM
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So far the most successful business model in the bitcoin world is the oops-we-got-hacked-see-ya-later-guys model.  FFS, this thing is never going to go anywhere if our standards are so fucking low.
Free market bro, fuck the powers that be. People who lose money simply deserve it. People who make them lose money deserve it. Might makes right. Grin

Yay, all hail bitcoin!  Anonymous internet money for scamming.
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February 13, 2012, 05:06:24 PM
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Great, I feel like I have to wait a YEAR of operation now before I can trust a new BTC business again.
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