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February 12, 2013, 11:40:58 AM
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there was a list of 7 people in the bylaws who all committed themselves to the loan of mining capacity
which they still owe btw (the year long contract is still open)

not sure if I made copies of all pages from the site, maybe archive.org knows something.

and for the "best effort, no guarantee" argument, well, this is no effort.

Caveat emptor, in this case, I'm afraid. While I agree with you, you can't enforce an interpreted concrete meaning from a purposefully vague statement.

Idealist goes in with ardor, meets the reaping scythe of reality, runs out screaming and retreats back to their little hole of isolation, all morals, cares, and idealism gone. That seems to be the story of the Bitcoin economy right now.

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April 03, 2013, 07:03:21 PM
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some badass scam-motherfucker donate me some bitcoin. cause you are now millionaires^^

would be kindoff fairplay^^

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December 18, 2013, 09:01:37 PM
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So what happened to BTCSYN?

I happen to be one of the early 'small' shareholders. The website is down, GLBSE is too. Was this whole thing a scam?
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December 19, 2013, 02:27:11 AM
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So what happened to BTCSYN?

I happen to be one of the early 'small' shareholders. The website is down, GLBSE is too. Was this whole thing a scam?


Well, a majority of the coins were stolen from Gox.  Glasswalker got too busy to keep things running and the operation was closed and liquidated.  People who went through the share claim process after GLBSE closed received a dividend of about 0.0115 BTC/share when the operation was liquidated, approximately in mid Feb, 2013.
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December 19, 2013, 08:17:50 AM
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Well, a majority of the coins were stolen from Gox.  Glasswalker got too busy to keep things running and the operation was closed and liquidated.  People who went through the share claim process after GLBSE closed received a dividend of about 0.0115 BTC/share when the operation was liquidated, approximately in mid Feb, 2013.

Would that be still possible to do now, how do you think?
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December 19, 2013, 12:05:02 PM
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Well, a majority of the coins were stolen from Gox.  Glasswalker got too busy to keep things running and the operation was closed and liquidated.  People who went through the share claim process after GLBSE closed received a dividend of about 0.0115 BTC/share when the operation was liquidated, approximately in mid Feb, 2013.

Would that be still possible to do now, how do you think?

Maybe, if you contact Glasswalker.  In the email I kept from mid-Feb, he said that any funds not claimed 30 days from mid-Feb would be forfeit, but it doesn't cost anything to ask if he's still holding the funds.
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December 19, 2013, 05:41:50 PM
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Maybe, if you contact Glasswalker.  In the email I kept from mid-Feb, he said that any funds not claimed 30 days from mid-Feb would be forfeit, but it doesn't cost anything to ask if he's still holding the funds.

Thank you, trying to contact him.
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June 10, 2014, 11:08:41 PM
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just noticed the mining stopped already in october 2012

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