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May 01, 2011, 05:44:49 AM
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How do I stain my name?

You are a total freaking idiot and moron.  Learn how to use Google Translate.  Your English is almost as bad as your logic.  You are simply an idiot.   If I believed in banning people from anything.... I would start with asswipes like you.
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May 01, 2011, 05:50:52 AM
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In my opinion everybody is too emotional. We should lock this thread for some time and come back to it when everybody calms down
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May 01, 2011, 05:54:06 AM
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mtgox back up boys.  RALLY BACK ON!
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May 01, 2011, 05:56:22 AM
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It's still not back up for me.
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May 01, 2011, 06:00:03 AM
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What we need to do...  is make absolutely CERTAIN that every newbie KNOWS that they cannot use sites like BTC-asswipe.com because he is a criminal who cannot be trusted.

For example, in my upcoming "Bitcoin for Dummies"-type site I am working on, I will definitely include a section of the Master Directory called,  "Known Scams & Fraud Sites to Avoid" ...and be sure to list his sites there...  so the entire Bitcoin Community knows to stay away from ever doing business with him.

It's VERY important to spread the word about scammers like him.... who give all of Bitcoin a bad name...

And, in fact, give all RUSSIANS a bad name.

Once again I say, if I were Russian, I would be be so ashamed and embarrassed to admit that this evil asswipe with the intelligence of a pea is a fellow countryman of mine.

Just Tweeted to 12,000+ Followers:

Criminal Owner of Russian Bitcoin Exchange site, BTCex Admits to orchestrating DDos Attack on Number One Bitcoin Exchange, http://MtGox.com
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May 01, 2011, 06:07:37 AM
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What we need to do...  is make absolutely CERTAIN that every newbie KNOWS that they cannot use sites like BTC-asswipe.com because he is a criminal who cannot be trusted.

For example, in my upcoming "Bitcoin for Dummies"-type site I am working on, I will definitely include a section of the Master Directory called,  "Known Scams & Fraud Sites to Avoid" ...and be sure to list his sites there...  so the entire Bitcoin Community knows to stay away from ever doing business with him.

It's VERY important to spread the word about scammers like him.... who give all of Bitcoin a bad name...

And, in fact, give all RUSSIANS a bad name.

Once again I say, if I were Russian, I would be be so ashamed and embarrassed to admit that this evil asswipe with the intelligence of a pea is a fellow countryman of mine.

Just Tweeted to 12,000+ Followers:

Criminal Owner of Russian Bitcoin Exchange site, BTCex Admits to orchestrating DDos Attack on Number One Bitcoin Exchange, http://MtGox.com


Do not be an asshole, I have nothing to do with it. Bitcoin in Russia just a very well known so there problems came from it: http://www.google.com/trends?q=bitcoin

Most likely you bought recently bitcoins and now are experiencing. This is understandable but I'm not here to blame and even Russian indirectly. ddos are from Vietnam mtgox wrote

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May 01, 2011, 06:11:09 AM
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I have nothing to do with it.

You are a liar.   You already admitted that you are behind the DDoS attack.    And by the way, LEARN ENGLISH.   This is the English language section.   No one can understand anything you say.    Better yet, just go away.   No one CARES about anything you have to say.   You have successfully DESTROYED your own reputation in the Bitcoin world.
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May 01, 2011, 06:13:48 AM
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I have nothing to do with it.

You are a lier.   You already admitted that you are behind the DDoS attack.    And by the way, LEARN ENGLISH.   This is the English language section.   No one can understand anything you say.    Better yet, just go away.   No one CARES about anything you have to say.   You have successfully DESTROYED your own reputation in the Bitcoin world.

Dude don't worry about it he's just trolling you now.  He knows he admitted it and so does every one else don't waste your time on him.

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May 01, 2011, 06:15:12 AM
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What we need to do...  is make absolutely CERTAIN that every newbie KNOWS that they cannot use sites like BTC-asswipe.com because he is a criminal who cannot be trusted.

For example, in my upcoming "Bitcoin for Dummies"-type site I am working on, I will definitely include a section of the Master Directory called,  "Known Scams & Fraud Sites to Avoid" ...and be sure to list his sites there...  so the entire Bitcoin Community knows to stay away from ever doing business with him.

It's VERY important to spread the word about scammers like him.... who give all of Bitcoin a bad name...

And, in fact, give all RUSSIANS a bad name.

Once again I say, if I were Russian, I would be be so ashamed and embarrassed to admit that this evil asswipe with the intelligence of a pea is a fellow countryman of mine.

Just Tweeted to 12,000+ Followers:

Criminal Owner of Russian Bitcoin Exchange site, BTCex Admits to orchestrating DDos Attack on Number One Bitcoin Exchange, http://MtGox.com


Do not be an asshole, I have nothing to do with it. Bitcoin in Russia just a very well known so there problems came from it: http://www.google.com/trends?q=bitcoin

Most likely you bought recently bitcoins and now are experiencing. This is understandable but I'm not here to blame and even Russian indirectly. ddos are from Vietnam mtgox wrote

What in gods name are you talking about? BTC dropped slightly to 3.5 when mtgox went down, the current price is 3.57, so if you have btc you made a little money.... not to mention everyone who couldn't buy today will buy tomorrow. BTC holders will make a killing when the US wakes up tomorrow
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May 01, 2011, 06:15:47 AM
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Do not be an asshole, I have nothing to do with it

So you were accepting donations for something you had nothing to do with? You don't see how that is unethical? All the more reason for people to avoid doing business with you.
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May 01, 2011, 06:17:17 AM
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I feel like we should take down his gambling sites like probiwon off the wiki
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May 01, 2011, 06:26:42 AM
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I feel like we should take down his gambling sites like probiwon off the wiki

Yes.  In fact, could you please list all of his sites --- and sites he is affiliated with in any way.   Please post them here, and please email that list to me.  I want to make certain that all of those sites are banned from the Directory I am in the process of creating.
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May 01, 2011, 06:31:35 AM
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bitcoinex, you have the right to remain silent...

he would have been much better off if he had
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May 01, 2011, 06:34:15 AM
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I have nothing to do with it.

You are a lier.   You already admitted that you are behind the DDoS attack.    And by the way, LEARN ENGLISH.   This is the English language section.   No one can understand anything you say.    Better yet, just go away.   No one CARES about anything you have to say.   You have successfully DESTROYED your own reputation in the Bitcoin world.

Dude don't worry about it he's just trolling you now.  He knows he admitted it and so does every one else don't waste your time on him.

even if he didn't admit it, he certainly tried to take advantage of it, which is just as bad
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May 01, 2011, 06:34:48 AM
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Do not be an asshole, I have nothing to do with it

So you were accepting donations for something you had nothing to do with? You don't see how that is unethical? All the more reason for people to avoid doing business with you.

I have no relationship with the attack on the site. I just wrote on the forum for what and how it can be successfully applied.

Can assume that I have found a vulnerability in the mechanism of exchange and reported on it.

You are a victim of its own greed. Sooner or later I or someone else would have said the same thing and the rate is collapse.

It hurts me to see that savvy in technology and economy are people whom I know almost like a family for six months already think I'm guilty of it.

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May 01, 2011, 06:36:30 AM
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You had no relation with the attack, but you were soliciting donations, said you'd stop, and said that everything was "all according to plan".

Sure, and I have 22 million BTC in my wallet.
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May 01, 2011, 06:42:17 AM
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The old Cold War heating up with a Vietnamese proxy.

What is that thing they say about history?

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May 01, 2011, 07:55:37 AM
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By the way, I am announcing collecting donations for the ddos of mtgox for decreasing exchange rates!
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May 01, 2011, 07:58:33 AM
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By the way, I am announcing collecting donations for the ddos of mtgox for decreasing exchange rates!
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it was valid before I change it

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May 01, 2011, 08:20:31 AM
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Well, I'm sorry to hear about such dissension in bitcoin community. I think that a number of independent exchange tools is needed for stability and firmness. Creating (maybe essentially) new services is a way to go, and arguing with established ones is not, IMHO. I hope, though, that in the end Mt. Gox in particular, and bitcoin economy in whole will only become stronger, which will be to everyone's benefit.
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