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Author Topic: Hashkings Lending,Deposit 1.25% INSURED, ALL PPT ACCOUNTS CLOSING ON 8/19  (Read 87575 times)
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October 03, 2012, 10:19:06 AM
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I have received the test Payment, thank you Hashking.

Based on the info in the previous post total outstanding debt is ~34k BTC

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October 03, 2012, 10:31:48 AM
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Based on the info in the previous post total outstanding debt is ~34k BTC

34K !!!  Shocked That explains why he kept quiet about it.

To keep within our 3 year target, he needs to payout approx BTC218 per week.

With difficulty about to explode into orbit, if he hasn't got some bad boy ASICs in the pipeline, I think we can all scrub out this 3 year plan. More like 300 years.  Sad

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October 03, 2012, 11:16:19 AM
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34K !!!  Shocked That explains why he kept quiet about it.

To keep within our 3 year target, he needs to payout approx BTC218 per week.

With difficulty about to explode into orbit, if he hasn't got some bad boy ASICs in the pipeline, I think we can all scrub out this 3 year plan. More like 300 years.  Sad

Even with ASICs, it's very hard to do through mining if Bitcoin continues to gain popularity.

One thing that can be done is an option to convert the debt to other currencies. Basically Hash agrees to convert Alice's 100 BTC debt to 1000 EUR. Alice buys 100 BTC with her 1000 EUR today, thereby making her initial 'BTC' investment whole. She then converts every payment she gets from Hash to EUR upon receipt. The obligation ends when Alice has been paid 1000 EUR.

If the payment will be made through mining, this will be the only approach to make it viable. Of course Alice will get more than 100 BTC if EUR/BTC exchange rate goes down, but it doesn't affect Hash because he will also be making more by mining.

The pro rata algorithm can remain based on the conventional "remaining BTC" balance and the converted account can be checked in parallel. This way, converting your account to an inflating currency would be favored.
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October 03, 2012, 11:33:44 AM
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And how exactly did you
Based on the info in the previous post total outstanding debt is ~34k BTC

How exactly did you calculate that number?

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October 03, 2012, 11:44:23 AM
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And how exactly did you
Based on the info in the previous post total outstanding debt is ~34k BTC

How exactly did you calculate that number?

Multiply every payout with [his deposit excluding paid out interest]/[his payout]. Exclude the change (3.43700101 BTC).
Total debt excluding interest 34218.52 BTC (might have some rounding error).

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October 03, 2012, 12:01:16 PM
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Thanks.

Well that looks really bad, but why would he stay and send partial payments if he couldn't pay it? I hope hash knows what he is doing.

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October 03, 2012, 12:39:17 PM
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Thanks.

Well that looks really bad, but why would he stay and send partial payments if he couldn't pay it? I hope hash knows what he is doing.

Well, his name and address is known. Also I don't think he's a bad guy. Just fucked up big time that's all.

Also I guess he's waiting for pirate to bail him out. 12th Oct will come and go. Another stall from pirate will materialize. Waiting for pirate is not an option.

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October 03, 2012, 12:46:59 PM
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Also I guess he's waiting for pirate to bail him out. 12th Oct will come and go. Another stall from pirate will materialize. Waiting for pirate is not an option.
I agree.

I wonder though, why do pirate come back and promises to pay back if he can just run? Pirate's identity isn't known.

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October 03, 2012, 12:53:37 PM
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Also I guess he's waiting for pirate to bail him out. 12th Oct will come and go. Another stall from pirate will materialize. Waiting for pirate is not an option.
I agree.

I wonder though, why do pirate come back and promises to pay back if he can just run? Pirate's identity isn't known.
Are you kidding me, there are threads that not only list his identity but pictures of him and even people tracking down his family for answers.  If the person they are hunting down is not pirate there is a whole lot of people messing with some guys life in Texas for nothing.  Search for it, it is high drama.   Grin

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October 03, 2012, 12:58:45 PM
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If it turns out that pirate was passing funds through to Zeek (which seems likely given his stated returns and the timing of his shutdown, just hours after Zeek fell) then it's possible that some part of the principle may be recoverable. Now, that's principle, not including massive interest payments, and even then only some small portion of it, and probably not for years yet.
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October 03, 2012, 02:55:07 PM
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I feel it's time for hashking to make another public announcement to calmdown his creditors.

Unless he has $2700 - $2800 disposable spare cash per week rolling around to buy Bitcoins on the open market. (Assuming  $12.75 per BTC.) Then 3 years isn't going to happen.

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October 03, 2012, 11:06:50 PM
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Here are the balances I have calculated:

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1BWxHuusjy2Z5nMbYeuuEc1LRAmWYM6JAm 9.23999520933
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1MSUNyFA1wYREgpfcRBjrkcj9JzAwQYDWY 9.05007955926
1LwTynZBHeWQD43ESuzztbt3Ma5z1g6oDf 9.05007955926
1AdJW7tdiU7WpyxSKv5Y2N8PeuN6p7NSoH 9.05007955926
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16Lgkwzf5G3ukmN4UkrVRo1hosUHw4phDN 4.99991445241

Sum: 93024.449501258
Sum minus largest payment: 34219.018769158

I have done it the following way: my own deposit of 10 BTC received a payback of 0.00058447 BTC. The payback amount times 17109.518024877 is the size of my original deposit. I have taken the amount sent to each address and multiplied it by this factor. The largest payment is over 12 times as large as the second largest payment. It seems sensible to assume this is change.

My own address is 1Qv4y7xKXFqGYs8VLhbA2793Ytdr16hkb.

Can anyone confirm that their original deposit fits with the above? Bear in mind that there might be some slight rounding errors.
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October 03, 2012, 11:33:29 PM
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Off by a little, but I assume thats because of interest thats already been paid.

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October 03, 2012, 11:48:50 PM
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yep confirmed, I'm 1G5apmPvo2iTtmkNWAHTCET7Y842Ufijs8 in for 300.003935189 BTC

Sum minus largest payment (change): 34219.018769158 BTC

that makes me about 0.9% of the total outstanding

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October 03, 2012, 11:57:46 PM
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I wonder though, why do pirate come back and promises to pay back if he can just run? Pirate's identity isn't known.
Two theories:

1) He was passing through to Zeek and genuinely believed he'd have his money back soon.

2) He was still selling his own debt through cut outs and wanted to keep its price up for as long as he could.

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October 04, 2012, 12:15:41 AM
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58805 BTC???
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October 04, 2012, 12:24:40 AM
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I don't understand why you guys are worried.

That's only like half a million fiat bucks. Peanuts really.
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Hashking, you're supposed to disappear with the money.  You're doing this "ponzi scheme" thing all wrong.
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Hashking, you're supposed to disappear with the money.  You're doing this "ponzi scheme" thing all wrong.

Payments will be going out shortly.  I never ran a ponzi scheme, its just that most of the investments I made ended up going bad.  Running and not returning would be probably the easiest and sane thing to do but I'm not that type of person.  I will continue to pay the best I can and I'm working on trying to return as many bitcoins as possible to the people that loaned them to me.     
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