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December 21, 2013, 09:11:44 PM
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Having some staff could make Cognitive more appealing and the shares would be more valuable.

I agree, and I have had a few people ask to fill a PR role. I do feel that Cognitive will have a better image once some staff is in place, because I cannot be maintaining the forums all the time, due to the fact that every minute I spend on these boards is a minute not spent on growing Cognitive in a more direct way.

In the next hour, a motion will go out for the purchase of an alt-coin mining rig, and to determine where we want to point this hash power we can have polls via email with all shareholders.

--Garrett

For god's sake can you let FIMB bondholders know once and for all what will be made of their invested money? WHEN will FIMB be migrated to a new exchange and WHEN will delayed dividends be paid? Why don't you pay up right now using BTCT.CO's addresses as you did before? This issue can't be ignored/postponed forever, I know you are alone and that you feel that answering forum posts is a bit of "waste of time" but with all due respect if you ignore me this time around I will write in bolds everywhere I can that COGNITIVE is a scam.
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December 21, 2013, 10:24:00 PM
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FIMB has taken longer than I've hoped because of complications at Havelock due to its bond nature. It will be online and all backed up dividends will go out this month, hopefully on Monday.

Just to be clear, I have never scammed and will never scam anyone.

“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”  -- Mahatma Gandhi

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December 21, 2013, 10:26:09 PM
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I'll be back soon with good news, and pictures of our new 28TH that will be online in just a few weeks.

Cheers

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December 23, 2013, 01:18:02 AM
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FIMB has taken longer than I've hoped because of complications at Havelock due to its bond nature. It will be online and all backed up dividends will go out this month, hopefully on Monday.

Just to be clear, I have never scammed and will never scam anyone.

Garrett,
We're still looking for more detailed info on the much lower than expected dividend payment.  When will you be addressing this?  Why do you continue to ignore all messages relating to this in this forum?

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December 24, 2013, 06:47:05 AM
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Just to be clear, I have never scammed and will never scam anyone.

Fuck you liar. Yes you did.

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December 24, 2013, 07:04:05 AM
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Just to be clear, I have never scammed and will never scam anyone.

Fuck you liar. Yes you did.

Please note that Garr255 gave me full refund for this auction.
I think that the main part of scammer definition is stolen money or broken obligations.
From this point of view Garr255 definitely not a scammer.

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December 24, 2013, 07:10:29 AM
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But from other points of view he still did act in bad faith, lie, cheat, and steal, correct?

Also, these are only the things that he was caught doing, who knows what other ways he manipulated his to go his way.

The only thing of all of those that I did was "cheat and act in bad faith". I acted in the best faith of my shareholders, but not the bidders. I did not tell a mistruth during the whole incident, and I did not steal anything. Please just ask the two people involved!

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December 24, 2013, 07:13:38 AM
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But from other points of view he still did act in bad faith, lie, cheat, and steal, correct?

Also, these are only the things that he was caught doing, who knows what other ways he manipulated his to go his way.

The only thing of all of those that I did was "cheat and act in bad faith". I acted in the best faith of my shareholders, but not the bidders. I did not tell a mistruth during the whole incident, and I did not steal anything. Please just ask the two people involved!

Scammer tag? No, this what the feedback system is for, and it's working.

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December 24, 2013, 07:36:02 AM
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But from other points of view he still did act in bad faith, lie, cheat, and steal, correct?

Also, these are only the things that he was caught doing, who knows what other ways he manipulated his to go his way.

The only thing of all of those that I did was "cheat and act in bad faith". I acted in the best faith of my shareholders, but not the bidders. I did not tell a mistruth during the whole incident, and I did not steal anything. Please just ask the two people involved!

Scammer tag? No, this what the feedback system is for, and it's working.



The trust system works great as long as you actively curate the collection of people you trust.

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December 24, 2013, 12:17:46 PM
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I don't feel like it is necessary to bring that up now. The auction puppet case is said to be solved between the involved parties.
I prefer to keep the focus to the missing dividends. I just can't believe Garret has no records of any of the addresses he used to mine.
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December 24, 2013, 03:20:07 PM
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Wasn't there mention of people to look after the upkeep and etc. of the machines while Garr was at school?
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December 24, 2013, 03:51:44 PM
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You guys here for trolling or actually investors?
I have been here for several months..., seen my shares go down..., i still trust this guy...
I hate trolls..., they make me lose..., noone else...
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December 24, 2013, 05:25:28 PM
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Wasn't there mention of people to look after the upkeep and etc. of the machines while Garr was at school?

I spoke to Garrett about taking an active role in Cog's operations. Although I'm not geographically close to the hardware (Ohio) I'd be willing to take administrative duties such as maintaining the website, updating hashrate, informing shareholders etc.  I also have an office space with free electricity (per lease agreement) if shareholders decide it prudent to decentralize the location of the hardware.

I'd like to organize a conference call, skype meeting, etc. to discuss the issues of COG in a medium that may be more beneficial than Bitcointalk (with the consent of Garrett, of course). This way we may be able to clear the air and come up with a plan of action for COG moving forward.

I have experience in executive positions and have previously grown the Bitcoin MeetUp in Cincinnati, OH from zero to nearly 40 members in a matter of six months.

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December 25, 2013, 11:56:21 AM
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You guys here for trolling or actually investors?
I have been here for several months..., seen my shares go down..., i still trust this guy...
I hate trolls..., they make me lose..., noone else...

If anyone, you make you lose, not so called trolls.

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December 26, 2013, 05:34:03 AM
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I spoke to Garrett about taking an active role in Cog's operations. Although I'm not geographically close to the hardware (Ohio) I'd be willing to take administrative duties such as maintaining the website, updating hashrate, informing shareholders etc.  I also have an office space with free electricity (per lease agreement) if shareholders decide it prudent to decentralize the location of the hardware.

I'd like to organize a conference call, skype meeting, etc. to discuss the issues of COG in a medium that may be more beneficial than Bitcointalk (with the consent of Garrett, of course). This way we may be able to clear the air and come up with a plan of action for COG moving forward.

I have experience in executive positions and have previously grown the Bitcoin MeetUp in Cincinnati, OH from zero to nearly 40 members in a matter of six months.


I think this conference call would be highly beneficial, and a necessary step in moving forward. I'll send out an email to shareholders shortly inviting everyone to participate in a conference call. I am certainly open to the decentralization of everything, which includes our hardware of course.

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Garrett

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December 26, 2013, 01:09:49 PM
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I think this conference call would be highly beneficial, and a necessary step in moving forward. I'll send out an email to shareholders shortly inviting everyone to participate in a conference call. I am certainly open to the decentralization of everything, which includes our hardware of course.

Best,
Garrett

Garrett,
We're still looking for more detailed info on the much lower than expected dividend payment.  When will you be addressing this?  Why do you continue to ignore all messages relating to this in this forum?

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December 27, 2013, 08:16:02 AM
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I do not have the addresses connected to the BTC-TC Cognitive account, and cannot get to them because we all can't log into BTC-TC any more.
It should be no problem contacting Burnside to figure out which adresses were connected to the Cognitive account, in case you really have no adress on file.

Please send Burnside an email yourself, using this post as my authorization for him to release it to you. This way I cannot lie and give you a different address.

"Cognitive" account deposit addresses were:

1QKtEyRAUwVgod738WuEwUWcKGyRMMRea5
17ZRNXsS9AvzCQJaEmUJHHCDH5xLdvyxr8

Hope that helps.

I'm not a Coinbase fan -- I placed a buy order, they took the funds out of my account, then a week later the price went up and they canceled the buy and closed my account.  You've been warned.  Use a different exchange.
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December 27, 2013, 09:20:27 AM
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"Cognitive" account deposit addresses were:

1QKtEyRAUwVgod738WuEwUWcKGyRMMRea5
17ZRNXsS9AvzCQJaEmUJHHCDH5xLdvyxr8

Hope that helps.


Thank you. Just throwing some things out there:

https://blockchain.info/address/1QKtEyRAUwVgod738WuEwUWcKGyRMMRea5
Last received tx: 2013-10-06 02:20:37

https://blockchain.info/address/17ZRNXsS9AvzCQJaEmUJHHCDH5xLdvyxr8
Last received tx: 2013-08-25 00:20:02

Last reward on mineb to garr255 (assuming that is COG as I could not find a user cog or similar there): 2013-12-02 05:41 AM
(0.08308076 BTC)

This was for mineb block 1690 (https://mineb.tc/statistics/blocks/1690, which is listed there as Block #272559 (https://blockchain.info/block-index/0000000000000004362b7973d243a6c907c150f4822c97b9874305ea1a145b21)

mineb finished on 3. Dec. https://mineb.tc/statistics

Am I on to something here?


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December 27, 2013, 03:45:31 PM
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"Cognitive" account deposit addresses were:

1QKtEyRAUwVgod738WuEwUWcKGyRMMRea5
17ZRNXsS9AvzCQJaEmUJHHCDH5xLdvyxr8

Hope that helps.

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So nearly 450 BTC with 0 final balance ?can someone explain this..
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December 27, 2013, 08:48:03 PM
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We're still looking for more detailed info on the much lower than expected dividend payment.  When will you be addressing this?  Why do you continue to ignore all messages relating to this in this forum?

So nearly 450 BTC with 0 final balance ?can someone explain this..

Hey you slanderous souls, better watch out or BadBear might ban your asses!


Let us just look forward I suppose, we have bigger fish to fry Smiley

--Garrett

I think he might have confused frying with scamming.

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