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February 13, 2012, 07:00:38 PM
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It's going to turn out that a bunch of these so called "hero members" are going to be caught up in some of the major scams we've see with bitcoin mark my words - don't put it pass me that there is a cabal of these guys colluding to try different scams with some degrees of  seperation I bet you could find some "finger prints" related to mybitcoin and previous other scams to some of these people.  They then come back as perfect angels in these forums.

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It's going to turn out that a bunch of these so called "hero members" are going to be caught up in some of the major scams we've see with bitcoin mark my words - don't put it pass me that there is a cabal of these guys colluding to try different scams with some degrees of  seperation I bet you could find some "finger prints" related to mybitcoin and previous other scams to some of these people.  They then come back as perfect angels in these forums.

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February 13, 2012, 07:05:40 PM
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Bitcoinmagazine.net and bittalk.tv are down, and Matthew is nowhere to be found!  Shocked

*FLAIL-FLAIL-FLAIL!!!*

I paid for the mag 9 days ago, and was just wondering how to get the digital version Tongue

By the way, I never implied that this was a scam. Matthew is way too open for that. I'm just flailing around for no reason, and being too demanding in jest. Servers do go down.
In fact, this may even be a publicity stunt.

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February 13, 2012, 07:06:53 PM
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Bitcoinmagazine.net and bittalk.tv are down, and Matthew is nowhere to be found!  Shocked

*FLAIL-FLAIL-FLAIL!!!*

I paid for the mag 9 days ago, and was just wondering how to get the digital version Tongue

By the way, I never implied that this was a scam. Matthew is way too open for that. I'm just flailing around for no reason, and being too demanding in jest. Servers do go down.

uabci.org is also down, but was up the other day: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:ZSso1O0CzjQJ:uabci.org/+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
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February 13, 2012, 07:12:16 PM
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Bitcoinmagazine.net and bittalk.tv are down, and Matthew is nowhere to be found!  Shocked

*FLAIL-FLAIL-FLAIL!!!*

I paid for the mag 9 days ago, and was just wondering how to get the digital version Tongue

By the way, I never implied that this was a scam. Matthew is way too open for that. I'm just flailing around for no reason, and being too demanding in jest. Servers do go down.
In fact, this may even be a publicity stunt.


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February 13, 2012, 08:29:29 PM
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Jeez , everybody here is completely paranoid. The guy is "missing" for a few days and you
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https://bitcoin.org.uk/forums/topic/454-the-reports-of-bitcoin-magazine-death-are-greatly-exaggerated/
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The reports of Bitcoin Magazine death are greatly exaggerated.
 
The first issue is being prepared for print. There were a few customers who were upset about issue they have subscribed for still not being delivered. Just in case there are some doubts please allow me to clarify this. This is the first issue of magazine, we do not have it in stock just yet, but as soon as it is printed it will be shipped to subscribers.
 
The first issue was initially referred as February issue, it was for a number of reasons now renamed into March issue. However, we do expect it to be printed and shipped sometime during February.
 
Our Editor in Chief, Matthew N. Wright is currently not available because he is travelling. This travel at least to some degree related to Bitcoin Magazine matters. We expect Matt to return soon and he then surely will respond to all the correspondence addressed to him.
 
It seems that bittalk.tv and bitcoinmagazine.net websites are down. This is most likely due to issues with some really bad VPS it was on. Unfortunately, neither DNS nor relevant VPS are being controlled by me and there is not much I can do about this. Meanwhile we are preparing official http://bitcoinmagazine.co.uk for launch, it will be hosted and looked after by me, so hopefully it will be a bit more stable.
 
A UK based company was registered to run BitcoinMagazine, we have secured office premises and we are in process of setting up banking and payment processing facilities. These matters do take time, so please bear with us, your patience and understanding is very much appreciated. Bitcoin Magazine will improve over time.
 

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The reports of Bitcoin Magazine death are greatly exaggerated.
 
The first issue is being prepared for print. There were a few customers who were upset about issue they have subscribed for still not being delivered. Just in case there are some doubts please allow me to clarify this. This is the first issue of magazine, we do not have it in stock just yet, but as soon as it is printed it will be shipped to subscribers.
 
The first issue was initially referred as February issue, it was for a number of reasons now renamed into March issue. However, we do expect it to be printed and shipped sometime during February.
 
Our Editor in Chief, Matthew N. Wright is currently not available because he is travelling. This travel at least to some degree related to Bitcoin Magazine matters. We expect Matt to return soon and he then surely will respond to all the correspondence addressed to him.
 
It seems that bittalk.tv and bitcoinmagazine.net websites are down. This is most likely due to issues with some really bad VPS it was on. Unfortunately, neither DNS nor relevant VPS are being controlled by me and there is not much I can do about this. Meanwhile we are preparing official http://bitcoinmagazine.co.uk for launch, it will be hosted and looked after by me, so hopefully it will be a bit more stable.
 
A UK based company was registered to run BitcoinMagazine, we have secured office premises and we are in process of setting up banking and payment processing facilities. These matters do take time, so please bear with us, your patience and understanding is very much appreciated. Bitcoin Magazine will improve over time.
 

Damn! This sucks for everybody hopin' that a scandal was brewing. I, for one, knew that everything was going to be okay. I'm on record for stating such (provided nobody quoted me).

Thank you, Vladimir, for keeping us up to date. BTW, readers of this forum, though not as big as the one you posted on, would have love to been able to read that relative information here, and earlier.

~Bruno~
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February 13, 2012, 11:00:57 PM
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https://bitcoin.org.uk/forums/topic/454-the-reports-of-bitcoin-magazine-death-are-greatly-exaggerated/
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The reports of Bitcoin Magazine death are greatly exaggerated.
 
The first issue is being prepared for print. There were a few customers who were upset about issue they have subscribed for still not being delivered. Just in case there are some doubts please allow me to clarify this. This is the first issue of magazine, we do not have it in stock just yet, but as soon as it is printed it will be shipped to subscribers.
 
The first issue was initially referred as February issue, it was for a number of reasons now renamed into March issue. However, we do expect it to be printed and shipped sometime during February.
 
Our Editor in Chief, Matthew N. Wright is currently not available because he is travelling. This travel at least to some degree related to Bitcoin Magazine matters. We expect Matt to return soon and he then surely will respond to all the correspondence addressed to him.
 
It seems that bittalk.tv and bitcoinmagazine.net websites are down. This is most likely due to issues with some really bad VPS it was on. Unfortunately, neither DNS nor relevant VPS are being controlled by me and there is not much I can do about this. Meanwhile we are preparing official http://bitcoinmagazine.co.uk for launch, it will be hosted and looked after by me, so hopefully it will be a bit more stable.
 
A UK based company was registered to run BitcoinMagazine, we have secured office premises and we are in process of setting up banking and payment processing facilities. These matters do take time, so please bear with us, your patience and understanding is very much appreciated. Bitcoin Magazine will improve over time.
 
So a fellow in purple shades is giving us an ironic quote from Mark Twain (ironic because he's supposed to be assuring us the magazine is still alive when Mark Twain has died since uttering that sentence) on a largely unused forum. Scandal! Coverup! Financial Armageddon! Damn, I'm bored.

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February 13, 2012, 11:06:03 PM
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https://bitcoin.org.uk/forums/topic/454-the-reports-of-bitcoin-magazine-death-are-greatly-exaggerated/
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The reports of Bitcoin Magazine death are greatly exaggerated.
 
The first issue is being prepared for print. There were a few customers who were upset about issue they have subscribed for still not being delivered. Just in case there are some doubts please allow me to clarify this. This is the first issue of magazine, we do not have it in stock just yet, but as soon as it is printed it will be shipped to subscribers.
 
The first issue was initially referred as February issue, it was for a number of reasons now renamed into March issue. However, we do expect it to be printed and shipped sometime during February.
 
Our Editor in Chief, Matthew N. Wright is currently not available because he is travelling. This travel at least to some degree related to Bitcoin Magazine matters. We expect Matt to return soon and he then surely will respond to all the correspondence addressed to him.
 
It seems that bittalk.tv and bitcoinmagazine.net websites are down. This is most likely due to issues with some really bad VPS it was on. Unfortunately, neither DNS nor relevant VPS are being controlled by me and there is not much I can do about this. Meanwhile we are preparing official http://bitcoinmagazine.co.uk for launch, it will be hosted and looked after by me, so hopefully it will be a bit more stable.
 
A UK based company was registered to run BitcoinMagazine, we have secured office premises and we are in process of setting up banking and payment processing facilities. These matters do take time, so please bear with us, your patience and understanding is very much appreciated. Bitcoin Magazine will improve over time.
 

Damn! This sucks for everybody hopin' that a scandal was brewing. I, for one, knew that everything was going to be okay. I'm on record for stating such (provided nobody quoted me).

Thank you, Vladimir, for keeping us up to date. BTW, readers of this forum, though not as big as the one you posted on, would have love to been able to read that relative information here, and earlier.

~Bruno~

I'm sure we'll be seeing a FUD story in the Bitcoin press hits forum about this. OK, now I'll STFU.  Wink

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All I'm saying:

[2/13/12 4:59:44 PM] Vladimir Marchenko: http://bitcoinmagazine.co.uk is officially online
[2/13/12 5:00:19 PM] Vladimir Marchenko: we had to rush it a bit
[2/13/12 5:03:01 PM] Vladimir Marchenko: also if someone is worried about some scams please read http://bitcoinmagazine.co.uk/news/we-are-here-to-stay/

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It seems we're not the other ones looking for Matthew on the internet: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11AeFu58bMw
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February 14, 2012, 02:54:10 AM
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Lol. What a fail parade. Can't I take a business trip on the weekend without everyone getting their panties in a bunch?


For the record, I've used the same totally crap starter VPS to host a lot of the websites I manage until Vladimir was able to get his hosting service ready for me. Everything is being moved over (I think I already said that, in this thread even...). bittalk.tv and dcao.org are both on the same server. When one goes down, so does the other.

For those saying things like "I didn't get my email answered", I am not the only one who answers emails. Adam Harding (who is in charge of advertising accounts currently) or Mihai Alisie (our marketing director) will be glad to respond to your inquiries. All of our contact information can be found at http://bitcoinmagazine.net

For those thinking I've "bit off more than I can chew", I have like 3948923 companies. Relax. The first magazine ever has to go through the rigid and highly annoying process of standardization and reformatting. I've brought more and more professionals on board as we have developed to make sure the second issue is even less time consuming.

For those thinking what we are doing is "impossible" and "must be a scam", you bring a smile to my face to know how well we must be doing for anyone to think that.

For those of you (like Goat) who have paid for things like "website design", "advertisements", etc and then run to this thread to yell 'scam' because you completely ignored my initial warnings that A) I am highly expensive, B) the magazine is top priority, not your design, and C) I would make sure to clear the designs with you before we went to print (which I haven't failed to do yet), I'll be sending you a full refund as it's apparent I have misread your maturity.

For those saying that I went AWOL 'without notifying anyone', I'm pretty sure about 50 people or so knew exactly where I was. I'm kind of pissed no one bothered to fucking defend me, but such is bitcointalk.org. On that note, we'll be posting regularly on the website (not his thread) with updates on the progress of the magazine so everyone can get their fill.

Flatplan is finished, designers are taking another look at the photography limitations tonight and the entire design will be recompiled and sent to printers in a few days. For everyone who's paid and has waiting their fair share, I appreciate the steadfast trust. We deserve it and you didn't make a mistake. For everyone else, please go suck a pole while the very first Bitcoin magazine in history gets put together.

Peace

P.S. Bruno, not everyone here knows you're just trolling for shits and giggles. Keep the FUD a little less subtle for the newbies who send 10 emails in a period of 10 minutes expecting a reply to each one.

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Matt I totally defended you and I want recognition for it  Grin

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lol every one missed you in their way  Cheesy

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Lol. What a fail parade. Can't I take a business trip on the weekend without everyone getting their panties in a bunch?


For the record, I've used the same totally crap starter VPS to host a lot of the websites I manage until Vladimir was able to get his hosting service ready for me. Everything is being moved over (I think I already said that, in this thread even...). bittalk.tv and dcao.org are both on the same server. When one goes down, so does the other.

For those saying things like "I didn't get my email answered", I am not the only one who answers emails. Adam Harding (who is in charge of advertising accounts currently) or Mihai Alisie (our marketing director) will be glad to respond to your inquiries. All of our contact information can be found at http://bitcoinmagazine.net

For those thinking I've "bit off more than I can chew", I have like 3948923 companies. Relax. The first magazine ever has to go through the rigid and highly annoying process of standardization and reformatting. I've brought more and more professionals on board as we have developed to make sure the second issue is even less time consuming.

For those thinking what we are doing is "impossible" and "must be a scam", you bring a smile to my face to know how well we must be doing for anyone to think that.

For those of you (like Goat) who have paid for things like "website design", "advertisements", etc and then run to this thread to yell 'scam' because you completely ignored my initial warnings that A) I am highly expensive, B) the magazine is top priority, not your design, and C) I would make sure to clear the designs with you before we went to print (which I haven't failed to do yet), I'll be sending you a full refund as it's apparent I have misread your maturity.

For those saying that I went AWOL 'without notifying anyone', I'm pretty sure about 50 people or so knew exactly where I was. I'm kind of pissed no one bothered to fucking defend me, but such is bitcointalk.org. On that note, we'll be posting regularly on the website (not his thread) with updates on the progress of the magazine so everyone can get their fill.

Flatplan is finished, designers are taking another look at the photography limitations tonight and the entire design will be recompiled and sent to printers in a few days. For everyone who's paid and has waiting their fair share, I appreciate the steadfast trust. We deserve it and you didn't make a mistake. For everyone else, please go suck a pole while the very first Bitcoin magazine in history gets put together.

Peace

P.S. Bruno, not everyone here knows you're just trolling for shits and giggles. Keep the FUD a little less subtle for the newbies who send 10 emails in a period of 10 minutes expecting a reply to each one.

Matthew

I opt to send you this as a PM opposed to on one of the threads. As you probably clearly read I, as well as Rassah, defended you throughout all this. I was way too busy to stop all the naysayers, but I tried. I'm glad to see you back and hope the business you had to take care of went well.

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For those saying that I went AWOL 'without notifying anyone', I'm pretty sure about 50 people or so knew exactly where I was. I'm kind of pissed no one bothered to fucking defend me, but such is bitcointalk.org. On that note, we'll be posting regularly on the website (not his thread) with updates on the progress of the magazine so everyone can get their fill.


Jeez , everybody here is completely paranoid. The guy is "missing" for a few days and you
are about to pickup the torches and pitchforks...  chill down.

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For those saying that I went AWOL 'without notifying anyone', I'm pretty sure about 50 people or so knew exactly where I was. I'm kind of pissed no one bothered to fucking defend me, but such is bitcointalk.org. On that note, we'll be posting regularly on the website (not his thread) with updates on the progress of the magazine so everyone can get their fill.


Jeez , everybody here is completely paranoid. The guy is "missing" for a few days and you
are about to pickup the torches and pitchforks...  chill down.

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Sorry guys, I meant from the DCAO. I told everyone where I was going on Skype. Christ.

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