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July 27, 2015, 05:34:26 PM
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Does it work? I'm kinda curious. I see lots of bitcoin generator  videos on youtube  and I must say it looks "functional"

the generator only works for the inventor of that generator.
i'ts fake?
You either didn't bother to read a single response to this thread, are unable to comprehend the responses you did read or are simply trolling.  Let me spell it out nice and clearly for you: it is a fucking myth, just like rainbow riding unicorns.
If it is a myth, then why raise such a discussion?
p.s. i'm read topic with translator, i'ts hard :-(

We are trying to warn everyon that no such thing exists and when you see one call them out on their scams. 
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July 28, 2015, 01:16:37 AM
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This scam can be stopped, but requires constant vigilance and at least a few people doing the following everyday:

1) Within Youtube Search for "Bitcoin" and than select the <Filters> dropdown and select <Today> (Videos usually called generator or hack in title)

2) Right click and open in new tab 3 of these scam videos on the first page. (If you try and report more than 3 videos within 24 hours you are presented with a captcha which wastes your time... but if you want to do more good repeat)

3) Immediately click <More> and than <Report> in rapid fire under all 3 videos (to avoid the lame soundtracks)

4) Under "Spam and misleading" select "Scam and fraud", repeat in all 3 tabs

5) Paste a pre-prepared 1-2 statements describing the fraud/malware in rapid fire across all three detail fields and than click <submit>

This process I do most days takes about 30 seconds max when you get used to it.

Right now the scam artists make enough money conning people to pay for their views to promote their video and their time setting up the fake accounts and remaking more lame videos. If enough of us do this the scammers would start losing money and stop.

If you care about the bitcoin ecosystem and don't want the credulous to be exposed to a scam as one of their early btc experiences than you will occasionally do the above.
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July 28, 2015, 01:40:41 AM
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This scam can be stopped, but requires constant vigilance and at least a few people doing the following everyday:

1) Within Youtube Search for "Bitcoin" and than select the <Filters> dropdown and select <Today> (Videos usually called generator or hack in title)

2) Right click and open in new tab 3 of these scam videos on the first page. (If you try and report more than 3 videos within 24 hours you are presented with a captcha which wastes your time... but if you want to do more good repeat)

3) Immediately click <More> and than <Report> in rapid fire under all 3 videos (to avoid the lame soundtracks)

4) Under "Spam and misleading" select "Scam and fraud", repeat in all 3 tabs

5) Paste a pre-prepared 1-2 statements describing the fraud/malware in rapid fire across all three detail fields and than click <submit>

This process I do most days takes about 30 seconds max when you get used to it.

Right now the scam artists make enough money conning people to pay for their views to promote their video and their time setting up the fake accounts and remaking more lame videos. If enough of us do this the scammers would start losing money and stop.

If you care about the bitcoin ecosystem and don't want the credulous to be exposed to a scam as one of their early btc experiences than you will occasionally do the above.

nice suggestion, Im one person who ever fooled by the video
I will report it now
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July 30, 2015, 11:53:00 AM
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Does it work? I'm kinda curious. I see lots of bitcoin generator  videos on youtube  and I must say it looks "functional"

Don't believe those. Are only scammers. Bitcoin can only be mine with the right hardware and with the right software. Everything else is false and tentative to sell fake tools.
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July 30, 2015, 01:41:53 PM
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Sure it is.

If you believe that, I got some magic beans to sell you to grow your own beanstalk that'll create a Brooklyn Bridge to Nigeria.


Haha first reply was quite the zinger!!

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