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September 19, 2012, 03:46:49 AM
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Officially selling my imsaguy debt. It is over 1000BTC. If any of you guys are in this for the long haul, and agree with what imsaguy says, PM me.

"Mining, if done right, will always be profitable", so far.... that is NOT the case with you.
"Stockpiling a little coin right now is the most prudent thing.  If it turns out things are a bust, there's nothing preventing a payment of those in the future.", there's no way to prove you are actually holding the coins.
When ASIC comes and it makes sense, people would invest in it again. No need to stockpile BTC/USD for it.

Hold it together, buddy, or you're going to make it clear that you're selling something that even you don't value.  You won't negotiate, so I'm not sure why you think you can actually sell it for what you're asking.

To be honest, you sound kind of crazy.  These are two consecutive posts from you in the same thread.  Do you actually make money in real life, or do people just pay you to stop singing by their gelato stand?
reeses.... you are the one that don't negotiate. You ask me how much is the paper debt worth, I told you the amount, and you said you are done.....
I said if you "agree with what imsaguy says".

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September 19, 2012, 03:57:46 AM
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"Mining, if done right, will always be profitable", so far.... that is NOT the case with you.
"Stockpiling a little coin right now is the most prudent thing.  If it turns out things are a bust, there's nothing preventing a payment of those in the future.", there's no way to prove you are actually holding the coins.
When ASIC comes and it makes sense, people would invest in it again. No need to stockpile BTC/USD for it.

Hello.

If you're selling something, you're supposed to try to convince people it's worth as much as possible. You make up bullshit about how you're illiquid and cash now is better, to you, than amazing earnings in the future, or something like that.

As it stands, you're not going to get the face value of the debt, because it never makes sense to buy debt at face value. If you go around everywhere bitching about how terrible imsaguy is, you're not even going to get anywhere close to that, because either people will be swayed by your statements and will believe that imsaguy is a piece of shit, or they'll know that you believe him to be a piece of shit and thus are willing to get rid of his debt at a hefty discount.

You sound like you've gone irrational on this whole thing, and are just flailing wildly to get some coins without paying attention to your reputation or even basic business skills. I suggest you take a break, and when you come back I'm sure your debt will be much healthier anyway.

And yes, this is dog.
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September 19, 2012, 04:03:53 AM
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"Mining, if done right, will always be profitable", so far.... that is NOT the case with you.
"Stockpiling a little coin right now is the most prudent thing.  If it turns out things are a bust, there's nothing preventing a payment of those in the future.", there's no way to prove you are actually holding the coins.
When ASIC comes and it makes sense, people would invest in it again. No need to stockpile BTC/USD for it.

Hello.

If you're selling something, you're supposed to try to convince people it's worth as much as possible. You make up bullshit about how you're illiquid and cash now is better, to you, than amazing earnings in the future, or something like that.

As it stands, you're not going to get the face value of the debt, because it never makes sense to buy debt at face value. If you go around everywhere bitching about how terrible imsaguy is, you're not even going to get anywhere close to that, because either people will be swayed by your statements and will believe that imsaguy is a piece of shit, or they'll know that you believe him to be a piece of shit and thus are willing to get rid of his debt at a hefty discount.

You sound like you've gone irrational on this whole thing, and are just flailing wildly to get some coins without paying attention to your reputation or even basic business skills. I suggest you take a break, and when you come back I'm sure your debt will be much healthier anyway.

And yes, this is dog.
Imsaguy, is that you?

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September 19, 2012, 04:05:32 AM
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And yes, this is dog.
Imsaguy, is that you?

No.  I'm more than willing to let the moderators confirm this.  I've been busy trolling contributing to other threads at this time.

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October 06, 2012, 05:46:56 PM
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Could you give us an update please?

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October 06, 2012, 09:23:49 PM
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Could you give us an update please?

Hahaha you invested in THIS one too? Man alive, you are a retard.
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October 07, 2012, 03:22:01 PM
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Could you give us an update please?

Hahaha you invested in THIS one too? Man alive, you are a retard.
What's your language m8. Don't go around insulting people, it's not considered nice.
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October 09, 2012, 01:31:50 PM
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As of this morning Imsaguy has repaid all BTC owed to me.

Thanks very much and a pleasure doing business with you.

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October 09, 2012, 01:48:16 PM
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I have positions with 3 of the ASIC manufacturers (and considering making one with a 4th).  Obviously shipping order amongst the various manufacturers is somewhat of a concern and I didn't/don't want all of the eggs in one basket.  The manufacturers all have their estimates, but they are just that and as a result, subject to change.

I have paid towards a few small holdings to reduce the number of people affected by this.  They were <100 coins.

I've been watching the progress with CoinLab and am cautiously optimistic about that.  As the temperatures have gone down, I've been upclocking the gpus a bit which has been offsetting the diffchanges a bit, but obviously that will only go so far.

I'm considering starting a 1%/month payment while we wait for things to play out a bit as a show of good faith.

If this thread turns into a bunch of trolling by disinterested parties, I will close it as I typically communicate with those involved via other mediums.  Just because its the internet doesn't mean you shouldn't act halfway civil.

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October 09, 2012, 03:28:08 PM
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I'm considering starting a 1%/month payment while we wait for things to play out a bit as a show of good faith.

I think that would be a good idea as well. 
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October 09, 2012, 05:14:38 PM
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Thanks for the update and +1 on the 1% a month interest.

If you decide not to use this thread to communicate anymore please PM me your email address and let's start a mailing list / just send out mails to all the investors in the bcc. I like updates Smiley

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October 30, 2012, 03:57:16 AM
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So, any updates on this?  

I am happy to report that my full balance was paid out, including the dividends that had accumulated through September 6, 2012 when dividends were suspended.

I hope that this can put other investors at ease that they will eventually paid back.

The transaction in question:  http://blockchain.info/tx/0f695f9bbbbdce21a476ac7a425e39818297144a926a1bc571ff3343ba05fc15
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November 01, 2012, 10:33:51 PM
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So, any updates on this?  

I am happy to report that my full balance was paid out, including the dividends that had accumulated through September 6, 2012 when dividends were suspended.

I hope that this can put other investors at ease that they will eventually paid back.

The transaction in question:  http://blockchain.info/tx/0f695f9bbbbdce21a476ac7a425e39818297144a926a1bc571ff3343ba05fc15

How much was your full balance?

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November 02, 2012, 12:29:04 AM
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So, any updates on this?  

I am happy to report that my full balance was paid out, including the dividends that had accumulated through September 6, 2012 when dividends were suspended.

I hope that this can put other investors at ease that they will eventually paid back.

The transaction in question:  http://blockchain.info/tx/0f695f9bbbbdce21a476ac7a425e39818297144a926a1bc571ff3343ba05fc15

How much was your full balance?

72.6606167 BTC
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November 02, 2012, 12:49:56 PM
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Thanks a lot for reporting this. Good to hear those <100BTC accounts include at least one on the higher end of that range. Also props to imsaguy for sticking with the interest agreement.

I still would like that update Imsaguy Smiley

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November 20, 2012, 10:15:50 PM
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any news on the ASIC front? or the dividend?

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November 27, 2012, 12:52:09 AM
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any news on the ASIC front? or the dividend?

ASICs still aren't shipping.  Coinlab still doesn't have HPC work.  So in the meantime, I'm continue to do what I've been doing.  There are only about ~13 interested parties at this time.  I hope to have that number even lower at the end of this week.

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November 27, 2012, 02:56:24 AM
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any news on the ASIC front? or the dividend?

ASICs still aren't shipping.  Coinlab still doesn't have HPC work.  So in the meantime, I'm continue to do what I've been doing.  There are only about ~13 interested parties at this time.  I hope to have that number even lower at the end of this week.
What do you mean 13 interested party? interested in what? And lower the number of interested party?
On Coinlab front, they are goin to start do "redeem" pool this week.

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November 27, 2012, 04:44:26 AM
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Not to speak for imsaguy but I would assume he means there are 13 people still invested (owed BTC) and he will be paying some of them off this week.
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November 27, 2012, 07:47:56 PM
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Not to speak for imsaguy but I would assume he means there are 13 people still invested (owed BTC) and he will be paying some of them off this week.
Ok, that makes sense.
I was more hoping that the repayment would be proportional (for those that want it back), rather than imsaguy picking who to pay back.

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