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July 11, 2014, 01:16:31 PM
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PROOF: https://www.coingator.com/auction.html

Here's what you get:

- the domain COINGATOR.COM
- all HTML and Code
- database backup

We had tremendous success operating CoinGator for the limited time it is was in operation. Sales were growing daily and the feedback was excellent. See this feedback thread:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=212375.0

There is also an admin panel for order processing.

However we determined that the cost to operate legally in the US was going to (at minimum) $250K in regulatory/licensing costs. This made continuing operations cost prohibitive. Also, we had some growing problems with PayPal. If you notice, our current homepage does not have the option for PayPal or MoneyPak because we were not offering them in the past couple months. We will add this to the menu again for the winner.

Auction Rules:

1. Auction ends July 25th at 10:00 PM New York Time.
2. You can pay directly or escrow is fine however I request we use an agreed upon person from the following thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=108716.140
3. Payment/bids must be made in BTC.
4. Minimum bid is 0.5 BTC.
5. Minimum bid increment 0.1 BTC.

The winning bid will be provided with all website files along with a complete backup of the database, which can be easily restored on your web server and will be responsible for moving the contents of the website. Domain will be pushed to a namecheap account or to a hosting provider of your choice. I will do my best to provide technical assistance. It is highly recommended that you have a programmer to assist you in this transition.

Please don't anyone derail the thread and let's have a nice fun auction. I will answer any questions you may have to the best of my ability. Feel free to PM.

Bidding starts....now!

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July 11, 2014, 01:22:03 PM
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Admin Panel Screenshot: https://www.coingator.com/admin.jpg

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July 12, 2014, 08:10:19 PM
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I've used coingator and it was good/legit

I don't give two shits about 'regulations' so I'm interested.

I need to know:

A. current daily traffic
B. does winning bidder get existing customer list?
C. any liabilities/debts to users?
D. does code allow manual processing of withdrawals? (I don't want it automated)

email me with answers to these questions and add me on google analytics:

moriarty.bitcoin@gmail.com

I am a serious buyer

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July 13, 2014, 02:19:41 AM
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moriarty.bitcoin@gmail.com

I am a serious buyer

He is a very serious buyer....  As would I be if I was heartless and stupid enough to steal 80k and keep posting in forums.

I suggest you first check http://antilyze.com

Moriarty is a fake.  He's a fraud. He's a scam. And a thief.  He stole $80,000 from someone and is a pathetic scam artist.  He uses a fake name and declares a fake PhD.

Here is the network of scam sites that I'd avoid.  If you are into handouts, please send bitcoin to 1C9rewdqraMuhRrL8RL4bkw5rkSCHdNawt  Michael has plenty with his $80,000 theft from last week.  My personal favorite is the first one.

bitscams.org
bitwebhosting.com   
elaunder.com
bitbuzzer.com
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bitflippa.com
bitzam.com
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bitplastic.com   
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bitforum.org   
bitlisting.com   
bitspeculate.com   
bit007.com 
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thebitcoinescrow.com   
bitlaunder.com   
bitfiverr.com
bitsecurity.com
bitmeetup.com
bitsweeps.com
paidbitcoin.com
bitbing.com

Hey Mike, or Scammy Steve or whatever your fake name is....  I'll never go away...  Pay back the $80,000 or eventually you'll go down! Difference between me and you bedsides the fact that you're a piece of shit....  IS THAT TRUTH ALWAYS WINS
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July 14, 2014, 01:15:14 PM
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Closing Auction to Revisit Original Post, which will include traffic details and further information for potential buyers.

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