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June 10, 2014, 06:37:41 AM
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Please people if you comment on this thread it just keeps it where people can see it, I wish I could get this message out without commenting myself, lol!

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June 10, 2014, 06:45:29 AM
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Please people if you comment on this thread it just keeps it where people can see it, I wish I could get this message out without commenting myself, lol!


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June 10, 2014, 06:53:13 AM
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This idiot gorrila calls every coin a scam, I believe I even heard him say NEM was a scam, I wouldn't trust this nutcase... even though silk did look a bit scammy when I checked em out when they were first out
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June 10, 2014, 07:23:57 AM
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This idiot gorrila calls every coin a scam, I believe I even heard him say NEM was a scam, I wouldn't trust this nutcase... even though silk did look a bit scammy when I checked em out when they were first out


everytime a newbie sockpuppet made only a few days ago pops up and defends Silkcoin and tries to attack me It adds to my argument, you know that right?



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June 10, 2014, 09:52:32 AM
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Well, i was already a long time on this forum and i can say that the devs of some coins really don't care if the investor lose money, there is always inside trading going on you can see this everytime.... with the excuses and threats you get here is a joke as well.

lots of dev groups are hiring people to do their work this is normal for some people this is why they premine their coin or make a hidden premine.
To be honest a coin that is not ripping off people will not get to the top 30 and i've seen them all to be sure that i'm right about that.

Op if your death threat is real i would just forward it to the FBI if i were you and cared about it, this forum and thier moderator do not care about "altcoins" and this is why this section will be "always" full of scams like a bombfield.




I personally don't want to control new coins and not let people decide for themselves in a completely free market. But part of a free market is freedom to say when you think someone is scamming. Without anominity we wouldn't have innovations like NXT or Qora. The positives always beat the negatives if people are free.


people can easily protect themselves if they don't act like children and think someone is going to hold their hand and the world is full of people handing out flowers. I like the cut and thrust of alt coins. These threads are the place to be in cryptocurrency in my opinion. Once people make a few obvious mistakes they start to actually learn what and who to trust and how to protect yourself, it's not that difficult.


I was thinking today these new scams that include scam coins and exchanges that do actually trade like Sharecoin actually help alt coins. people need to start not trusting stupid coins and new exchanges, this could be the death of shitcoins, which will be an organic process and not cause anyone tried to make it happen.



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June 10, 2014, 09:54:43 AM
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Only time will tell us, i see no proof here only speculation.

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June 10, 2014, 09:59:24 AM
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Only time will tell us, i see no proof here only speculation.


I see it as more a pointing out something that look suspicious. Yeah the title is a strong statement but how else can you tell people something on here unless you shout in their ears.


It's more a hey you should be careful of that over there it looks a lot like a similar well known scam. check it out yourself to be sure it's ok. So I see what I'm doing is more an alerting to a potential danger that giving a cast iron proof of a scam.


Let's not forget, almost all the big scams on here had no 100% proof it was a scam before they ran off. it's almost impossible to know until it's too late. Picking up on clues is all we have.

Alerting is the best anyone can do. I would want some warning of a potential danger, I don't know about you?

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June 10, 2014, 10:35:23 AM
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Silkcoin is clearly part of a big wave of scams. They always include a high level of graphic design, flaky or non existent white papers, a promise of a decentralised exchange. Personally I can spot the graphic designer a mile off. They get away with it by being flashy and also seem to have an army of sock puppets that will slap you down if you argue against them. I expect it here too.

He worked on Numus, blackcoin, sharecoin, coinOpend, Coinmarket, EDGECOIN and now Silkcoin.



Too many links to post, go research, you will see the same style, the same promises.





so if you know theyre a part of " big wave of scam" , use previous market data from other coin they did, and it should be the same, which would mean you know when ups and downs for this coin on the market will be.
easy profit for you that way, but doing what u just did without real proof is not usefull, only harmful
imho ofc

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June 10, 2014, 11:19:04 AM
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Silkcoin is clearly part of a big wave of scams. They always include a high level of graphic design, flaky or non existent white papers, a promise of a decentralised exchange. Personally I can spot the graphic designer a mile off. They get away with it by being flashy and also seem to have an army of sock puppets that will slap you down if you argue against them. I expect it here too.

He worked on Numus, blackcoin, sharecoin, coinOpend, Coinmarket, EDGECOIN and now Silkcoin.



Too many links to post, go research, you will see the same style, the same promises.





so if you know theyre a part of " big wave of scam" , use previous market data from other coin they did, and it should be the same, which would mean you know when ups and downs for this coin on the market will be.
easy profit for you that way, but doing what u just did without real proof is not usefull, only harmful
imho ofc


I named the past scams as a group because IF you know anything about them or checked them yourselves you would know they have very similar patterns. same webdesign of a high level that is the first reason people think they are legit, they avoid escrow, they include as a big promise a decentralised store and social media, they have tons of sock puppets running around on the thread that get aggressive if you highlight issue, all newbies, all agreeing with each each other, all accounts opened for a week or so only.

I don't know what market data you are talking about?

You have mistaken me for someone who is trying to play around with the price.

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June 28, 2014, 07:05:05 AM
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so this guy was right all along ..
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June 28, 2014, 08:15:59 AM
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first: I am not owning any Silkcoin and I am not part of it.
but i can understand why trolls are threatened and they maybe should also open their eyes.

imagine you put a lot of effort and money in creating a coin. Even if this is only a pump and dump coin, it would be also not a scam but legal and its still a lot of effort.
But imagine this coin is really your life. You hired a designer, that already made a few good logos, also if the coins themselves were not the burner, but you liked the design.

So you created that coin and try to make it shine and want to protect it.
Now comes a troll and tries to drag it down. What would you do?
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June 28, 2014, 07:46:16 PM
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first: I am not owning any Silkcoin and I am not part of it.
but i can understand why trolls are threatened and they maybe should also open their eyes.

imagine you put a lot of effort and money in creating a coin. Even if this is only a pump and dump coin, it would be also not a scam but legal and its still a lot of effort.
But imagine this coin is really your life. You hired a designer, that already made a few good logos, also if the coins themselves were not the burner, but you liked the design.

So you created that coin and try to make it shine and want to protect it.
Now comes a troll and tries to drag it down. What would you do?

If every developer ran away because of trolls we would not have any coins. Dumping coins and running away is pretty "low".

" If you have to spam and shout to justify your existence then you are a shit coin."  TaunSew
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June 28, 2014, 07:54:38 PM
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first: I am not owning any Silkcoin and I am not part of it.
but i can understand why trolls are threatened and they maybe should also open their eyes.

imagine you put a lot of effort and money in creating a coin. Even if this is only a pump and dump coin, it would be also not a scam but legal and its still a lot of effort.
But imagine this coin is really your life. You hired a designer, that already made a few good logos, also if the coins themselves were not the burner, but you liked the design.

So you created that coin and try to make it shine and want to protect it.
Now comes a troll and tries to drag it down. What would you do?

If every developer ran away because of trolls we would not have any coins. Dumping coins and running away is pretty "low".

whats the point sticking on a coin with bad reputation?
Like trying to rescue a oversalted soup with other ingredients...
noone wants to eat it...
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June 28, 2014, 08:09:55 PM
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The only thing I couldn't understand is why no one else can spot that Silkcoin was exactly like a bunch of other scams.


You would think after people lost money on scams like Nummus, Edgecoin, Coinmart etc they would spot the same guys involved a mile off.

Same design, same promises of a decentralized exchange, same thread 90% of Newbies telling each other they have the best coin in the world, same premine, same video design. The amazing thing with the video was I can't be 100% cause they deleted the old one but i'm 99% it was even the same video as Nummus with the logo changed. People must of seen it!

To me it was the obvious thing in the world. But not one person backed me up that must of seen those scams.

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June 28, 2014, 08:16:25 PM
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first: I am not owning any Silkcoin and I am not part of it.
but i can understand why trolls are threatened and they maybe should also open their eyes.

imagine you put a lot of effort and money in creating a coin. Even if this is only a pump and dump coin, it would be also not a scam but legal and its still a lot of effort.
But imagine this coin is really your life. You hired a designer, that already made a few good logos, also if the coins themselves were not the burner, but you liked the design.

So you created that coin and try to make it shine and want to protect it.
Now comes a troll and tries to drag it down. What would you do?

If every developer ran away because of trolls we would not have any coins. Dumping coins and running away is pretty "low".

whats the point sticking on a coin with bad reputation?
Like trying to rescue a oversalted soup with other ingredients...
noone wants to eat it...


It came from originally the Silkcoin developer acting like he had been abandoned by developers when in fact he was covering his tracks cause he would of run off had people not found out who he was. He seems to of fooled everyone again, I give him credit for that.

I know nothing about this Murraycoin developer, and based on no information I'm suspicious that within hours the guy wrote up some plan to revive the coin and started a thread. My gut feeling is he could of been the guy behind all these scams cause clearly they had some skills.

Its all bullshit though, people can make mistakes if they want, I wont hold anyones hand. 

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June 28, 2014, 08:16:45 PM
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The only thing I couldn't understand is why no one else can spot that Silkcoin was exactly like a bunch of other scams.


You would think after people lost money on scams like Nummus, Edgecoin, Coinmart etc they would spot the same guys involved a mile off.

Same design, same promises of a decentralized exchange, same thread 90% of Newbies telling each other they have the best coin in the world, same premine, same video design. The amazing thing with the video was I can't be 100% cause they deleted the old one but i'm 99% it was even the same video as Nummus with the logo changed. People must of seen it!

To me it was the obvious thing in the world. But not one person backed me up that must of seen those scams.

guy... it was no scam... you made it a scam...
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June 28, 2014, 08:20:38 PM
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The only thing I couldn't understand is why no one else can spot that Silkcoin was exactly like a bunch of other scams.


You would think after people lost money on scams like Nummus, Edgecoin, Coinmart etc they would spot the same guys involved a mile off.

Same design, same promises of a decentralized exchange, same thread 90% of Newbies telling each other they have the best coin in the world, same premine, same video design. The amazing thing with the video was I can't be 100% cause they deleted the old one but i'm 99% it was even the same video as Nummus with the logo changed. People must of seen it!

To me it was the obvious thing in the world. But not one person backed me up that must of seen those scams.

guy... it was no scam... you made it a scam...


WTF are you talking about?

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June 28, 2014, 08:28:16 PM
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The only thing I couldn't understand is why no one else can spot that Silkcoin was exactly like a bunch of other scams.


You would think after people lost money on scams like Nummus, Edgecoin, Coinmart etc they would spot the same guys involved a mile off.

Same design, same promises of a decentralized exchange, same thread 90% of Newbies telling each other they have the best coin in the world, same premine, same video design. The amazing thing with the video was I can't be 100% cause they deleted the old one but i'm 99% it was even the same video as Nummus with the logo changed. People must of seen it!

To me it was the obvious thing in the world. But not one person backed me up that must of seen those scams.

guy... it was no scam... you made it a scam...


WTF are you talking about?

ok, lets help you a little.
You are a coin developer and want to implement something later. You are announcing it and are working on it. Really fucking hard.
But somehow it doesn't work. Ok you have a delay. But people are screaming already "scam". The longer to take, the more they are screaming.
Especially our well know trolls. So now you have only 2 choices. And how you choose depends on your charakter.

Choice 1: the stable character
He goes on and is working harder because he wants to show the people, that he didn't scam with that feature. And finally he will release and rescue the coin.

Choice 2: the less stable character
He thinks: I was working that hard and they only call me scammer? Fuck you all! And it turns out to be a real scam (keep in mind, it was not before!). He is implementing the feature probably even in another coin, because those people didn't call him scammer... that was the revenge...

Guess what the majority of people are? Are they stable?
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June 28, 2014, 08:38:48 PM
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The only thing I couldn't understand is why no one else can spot that Silkcoin was exactly like a bunch of other scams.


You would think after people lost money on scams like Nummus, Edgecoin, Coinmart etc they would spot the same guys involved a mile off.

Same design, same promises of a decentralized exchange, same thread 90% of Newbies telling each other they have the best coin in the world, same premine, same video design. The amazing thing with the video was I can't be 100% cause they deleted the old one but i'm 99% it was even the same video as Nummus with the logo changed. People must of seen it!

To me it was the obvious thing in the world. But not one person backed me up that must of seen those scams.

guy... it was no scam... you made it a scam...


WTF are you talking about?

ok, lets help you a little.
You are a coin developer and want to implement something later. You are announcing it and are working on it. Really fucking hard.
But somehow it doesn't work. Ok you have a delay. But people are screaming already "scam". The longer to take, the more they are screaming.
Especially our well know trolls. So now you have only 2 choices. And how you choose depends on your charakter.

Choice 1: the stable character
He goes on and is working harder because he wants to show the people, that he didn't scam with that feature. And finally he will release and rescue the coin.

Choice 2: the less stable character
He thinks: I was working that hard and they only call me scammer? Fuck you all! And it turns out to be a real scam (keep in mind, it was not before!). He is implementing the feature probably even in another coin, because those people didn't call him scammer... that was the revenge...

Guess what the majority of people are? Are they stable?


Dude I linked the same name as two other scams to Silkcoin who ran off with almost no criticism before they did. STFU you look stupid now.

NO ONE with a legitimate coin needs to fear FUD however extreme. The attacks form me came cause no one would directly address the info I gave, just calling me a troll from brand new newbie accounts. The guy NEVER had a plan to create a decentralized Store you jackass. lol



reply if you want but im not going to, I cant be bothered..

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June 28, 2014, 08:45:55 PM
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Dude I linked the same name as two other scams to Silkcoin who ran off with almost no criticism before they did. STFU you look stupid now.

NO ONE with a legitimate coin needs to fear FUD however extreme. The attacks form me came cause no one would directly address the info I gave, just calling me a troll from brand new newbie accounts. The guy NEVER had a plan to create a decentralized Store you jackass. lol

reply if you want but im not going to, I cant be bothered..

You probably didn't want to do it... I don't call you bad because of it, but I want to open your eyes...

People that are unstable are not only one time unstable...
You will probably find another coin in the next months, that has a decentralized shop. And that's maybe the same guy.
Never say never... ok, maybe he wanted to scam. But maybe also not. It is not as clear as you think.
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