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June 05, 2015, 08:47:44 AM
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June 05, 2015, 12:00:26 PM
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When poloniex? Wink

Have you tried their coin request form? I don't have an account there so somebody who use the exchange has to do it. If you need support from the Startcoin community, make an account on Startjoin and ask for assistance since very few use this forum.


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June 05, 2015, 01:14:07 PM
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Max Keiser’s Bitcoin Capital attracts $1m for cryptocurrency investment

http://techcitynews.com/2015/06/05/max-keisers-bitcoin-capital-attracts-1m-for-cryptocurrency-investment/

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June 06, 2015, 01:49:34 PM
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June 06, 2015, 02:14:43 PM
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Ok but what is it? Karl doesnt seem to be all that clued in. He supports a national socialist party in Ireland, he has constantly been talking about hyperinflation and then changed to deflation rather than admitting he was 100% wrong. He got lucky on crypto.
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Ok but what is it? Karl doesnt seem to be all that clued in. He supports a national socialist party in Ireland, he has constantly been talking about hyperinflation and then changed to deflation rather than admitting he was 100% wrong. He got lucky on crypto.

He has understood that he Startjoin/BankToThefuture/BitcoinCapital is a almost complete economic ecosystem outside of banks, and wants to do his bit to make it complete. How exactly remains to be answered, but it think we will know soon enough. My guess it that this will be (part of?) whats referred to as the trews boycott fund, where short-selling of unethical companies, and then organizing a boycott is part of the plot.

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June 07, 2015, 03:05:03 AM
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http://www.priceactionofcryps.com/home/a-titan-is-forged-at-mt-bnktothefuturecom-bitcoin-capital

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June 07, 2015, 08:57:43 AM
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I'm not so sure Ducky1. Max tried this boycott hedgefund nonesene before and Ryanair mad numerous jokes about it.

Most of the projects on SJ are only getting funded because of coin giveaways(at Max and Stacys discretion of course). The crypto note for example. Obvious that most don't want it so StartJOIN use the coin (that's owned by shareholders) to bailout a bad project. Some of the best projects go completely unfunded.

Don't you guys think this is all being overhyped?
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June 07, 2015, 12:39:15 PM
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Don't you guys think this is all being overhyped?


I think everythink where's Max involved is overhyped...but hey, I would love to see Startcoin price skyrock  Cool
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June 07, 2015, 01:20:17 PM
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Don't you guys think this is all being overhyped?


I think everythink where's Max involved is overhyped...but hey, I would love to see Startcoin price skyrock  Cool



I'm having doubts about the SJ platform. Nothing really happens on there. Startcoin will rally strong over the next little while as Simon and Max push the price up so they can sell the coins they collected for Bitcoin Capital at a massive profit.
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June 07, 2015, 02:04:21 PM
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I'm not so sure Ducky1. Max tried this boycott hedgefund nonesene before and Ryanair mad numerous jokes about it.

Most of the projects on SJ are only getting funded because of coin giveaways(at Max and Stacys discretion of course). The crypto note for example. Obvious that most don't want it so StartJOIN use the coin (that's owned by shareholders) to bailout a bad project. Some of the best projects go completely unfunded.

Don't you guys think this is all being overhyped?


I did not know he has tried it before, but that's great because then he has learnt how not to do it. The Startjoin projects that's easily funded now is those who build the ecosystem and makes Startjoin/Startcoin stronger. I think this is a natural first step. Other projects also get funded, but with a little more resistance. The startjoin community is still not rich and numerous enough to fund the really large projects. But we are a long way forward from what we where one year ago when this all started. There has been an incredible increase in users and in the development of the community and infrastructure. Startjoin is still a baby, but the potential is certainly there, and I think the next year will prove that. Hype is part of the game, but you have to look through that and think for yourself if there isn't a diamond waiting to be polished somewhere in there.

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In my opinion Max Keiser/Karl Gray is doing the only right thing by taking on the existing paradigm head on instead of trying to somehow get blockchain technology to fit into the existing paradigm like Bitcoin and others is doing by flirting with the big banks and wall street. They need to go, and it may work or not, but somebody has to try.

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June 07, 2015, 02:25:53 PM
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Don't you guys think this is all being overhyped?


I think everythink where's Max involved is overhyped...but hey, I would love to see Startcoin price skyrock  Cool



I'm having doubts about the SJ platform. Nothing really happens on there. Startcoin will rally strong over the next little while as Simon and Max push the price up so they can sell the coins they collected for Bitcoin Capital at a massive profit.


Why on earth would they do that when the possible gains are so much larger by properly developing the baby ecosystem that's just getting started?


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June 07, 2015, 02:30:35 PM
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How else would they fund the "pay £1000 get £2000" in bitcoin capital? The price is micro managed by central actors.

The number of Startjoin accounts may well be growing but the number of active users is not. It's the same 30 people that are funding every project but only when they are being given more coins than they are donating.
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June 07, 2015, 03:23:32 PM
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How else would they fund the "pay £1000 get £2000" in bitcoin capital? The price is micro managed by central actors.

The number of Startjoin accounts may well be growing but the number of active users is not. It's the same 30 people that are funding every project but only when they are being given more coins than they are donating.

Yes, the £1000 may be from the premine, but we don't know for sure. The premine (or 90% of it at least) is for developing the ecosystem and rewarding participation. That's what it's used for.

When it comes to the number of active users I think you are living in a different universe than me. I remember there going days between each message on startjoin last summer.

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June 07, 2015, 03:29:40 PM
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Don't you guys think this is all being overhyped?


I think everythink where's Max involved is overhyped...but hey, I would love to see Startcoin price skyrock  Cool



I'm having doubts about the SJ platform. Nothing really happens on there. Startcoin will rally strong over the next little while as Simon and Max push the price up so they can sell the coins they collected for Bitcoin Capital at a massive profit.


Simon has clearly stated to a direct question that that will not be the case and they are going to hold on to them, but if you think that is the case then you should be buying like  crazy  Cheesy

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June 07, 2015, 03:34:26 PM
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Nice buy order on Bittrex for 34 btc

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June 07, 2015, 08:48:16 PM
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Seems to be a new reliable StartCOIN faucet here:

- https://cryptospout.com/faucet/hourly_startcoin_faucet.html - hourly

- https://cryptospout.com/faucet/daily_startcoin_faucet.html - daily

Quite possibly the first StartCOIN faucet ? Also sprouting a bunch of other good alt. coins and ofc Bitcoin.

Cheers!   Smiley

You think StartCoin will be profitable for early adopters ?

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June 07, 2015, 09:49:05 PM
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Nice buy order on Bittrex for 34 btc

ECG must be quite start rich by now..

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June 07, 2015, 09:52:56 PM
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Nice buy order on Bittrex for 34 btc


Hope it stays there...

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