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May 09, 2012, 08:24:07 AM
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Nachtwind, I'll agree with you only if you agree that when you get cancer, it's going to be your own fault.
Just as when bitcoin reports it's first series of murders, it will be derived by the cancerous speaking portion of this so called facade of a community to be their fault for indeed getting murdered.

Hoo, I have a serious question for you. How many btc did you actually lose?

Does the premise of purchasing debt interest you?
If not, then clearly none of this is any of your business.


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May 09, 2012, 08:37:20 AM
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@Matthew N. Wright, this is your only warning, if you continue negging me.
I will put resolute force behind my words,
and with this and only this, will you ever be told.


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May 09, 2012, 09:03:27 AM
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@Matthew N. Wright, this is your only warning, if you continue negging me.
I will put resolute force behind my words,
and with this and only this, will you ever be told.

I think you aim at the wrong person.. isnt bitscalper the one who scammed you?
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May 09, 2012, 12:06:04 PM
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@Matthew N. Wright, this is your only warning, if you continue negging me.
I will put resolute force behind my words,
and with this and only this, will you ever be told.

I admit I had to look up what "negging" meant.

"Low-grade insults meant to undermine the self-confidence of a woman so she might be more vulnerable to your advances."

Matthew might be provoking you a bit but I'm pretty sure he is not hitting on you.

So, hoo is a ho?  Shocked

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May 09, 2012, 03:19:55 PM
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@Matthew N. Wright, this is your only warning, if you continue negging me.
I will put resolute force behind my words,
and with this and only this, will you ever be told.

I admit I had to look up what "negging" meant.

"Low-grade insults meant to undermine the self-confidence of a woman so she might be more vulnerable to your advances."

Matthew might be provoking you a bit but I'm pretty sure he is not hitting on you.

We don't really know that for sure, and don't we all want love at the end of the day?

Though the finger pointing is kinda getting old.
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May 09, 2012, 11:20:23 PM
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Ok guys, It's official, I walk away. I was a fucking moron for even getting involved with this at all what so ever, a lot of told you so moments have been had and I don't expect them to stop, they are deserved.
I won't be repaying the ~1000btc owed by bitscalper as I genuinely feel what I received was miss sold and not as advertised or agreed.

For what it's worth, would you guys like me to publish the source code on github and also publish the transaction log from bitcoind? (Though it will contain email address's of some ~700 users)

I am very sorry and I am ashamed of myself.

Bitcoind logs uploaded here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=68862.msg893249#msg893249

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May 09, 2012, 11:25:00 PM
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Ok guys, It's official, I walk away. I was a fucking moron for even getting involved with this at all what so ever, a lot of told you so moments have been had and I don't expect them to stop, they are deserved.
I won't be repaying the ~1000btc owed by bitscalper as I genuinely feel what I received was miss sold and not as advertised or agreed.

For what it's worth, would you guys like me to publish the source code on github and also publish the transaction log from bitcoind? (Though it will contain email address's of some ~700 users)

I am very sorry and I am ashamed of myself.
Holy shit, 700+ users from a few weeks of operation? People are fucking gullible.

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May 09, 2012, 11:28:17 PM
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Holy shit, 700+ users from a few weeks of operation? People are fucking gullible.
Luckily most people had the common sense to only gamble what they could afford to loose should the site not be legit, unfortunately there were a few accounts with three digit figures in there  Undecided

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May 09, 2012, 11:28:33 PM
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Obfuscate the emails. Take everything after the @. A simple regex should do it. That should be enough for users to recognize them.

But yeah, publish the damn thing Tongue

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May 09, 2012, 11:51:56 PM
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Holy shit, 700+ users from a few weeks of operation? People are fucking gullible.
Luckily most people had the common sense to only gamble what they could afford to loose should the site not be legit, unfortunately there were a few accounts with three digit figures in there  Undecided

Yea, I put one bitcoin into it speculatively, but after looking into it a bit more it seemed really sketchy and I pulled out so I only ended up only loosing a few cents. I guess my paranoia served me well this time.

You wont donate, so why do I bother?

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May 10, 2012, 12:47:13 AM
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Holy shit, 700+ users from a few weeks of operation? People are fucking gullible.
Luckily most people had the common sense to only gamble what they could afford to loose should the site not be legit, unfortunately there were a few accounts with three digit figures in there  Undecided

Yea, I put one bitcoin into it speculatively, but after looking into it a bit more it seemed really sketchy and I pulled out so I only ended up only loosing a few cents. I guess my paranoia served me well this time.

It's not paranoia when you're right Wink

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May 10, 2012, 04:35:51 AM
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Well my first thought is if you publish this very bad code, 5 others will take it and then change it a bit and we will do this all over again.  

The code is really bad and it will just end in disaster if they try to use it again.

Just my 2 cents


Agreed. The reason it is really bad is that BitScalper hastily wrote it after he was caught running a ponzi.

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May 10, 2012, 10:12:14 AM
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Ok guys, It's official, I walk away. I was a fucking moron for even getting involved with this at all what so ever, a lot of told you so moments have been had and I don't expect them to stop, they are deserved.
I won't be repaying the ~1000btc owed by bitscalper as I genuinely feel what I received was miss sold and not as advertised or agreed.

For what it's worth, would you guys like me to publish the source code on github and also publish the transaction log from bitcoind? (Though it will contain email address's of some ~700 users)

I am very sorry and I am ashamed of myself.

Thank you for that final word on this story.
I wouldnt recommend publishing the user list - or at least the email addresses - as well as the code. With that code arround a lot more bitscalper clones will open up in new time.. but how about selling the code? Wink
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May 10, 2012, 10:18:01 AM
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Ok guys, It's official, I walk away. I was a fucking moron for even getting involved with this at all what so ever, a lot of told you so moments have been had and I don't expect them to stop, they are deserved.
I won't be repaying the ~1000btc owed by bitscalper as I genuinely feel what I received was miss sold and not as advertised or agreed.

For what it's worth, would you guys like me to publish the source code on github and also publish the transaction log from bitcoind? (Though it will contain email address's of some ~700 users)

I am very sorry and I am ashamed of myself.

Thank you for that final word on this story.
I wouldnt recommend publishing the user list - or at least the email addresses - as well as the code. With that code arround a lot more bitscalper clones will open up in new time.. but how about selling the code? Wink

BitScalper already tried selling the code. I'd say MiningBuddy should just cut his losses and bow out of this gracefully (like he just did). BitScalper is still the scumbag we want and there are those of us who know exactly how to find him. It's only a matter of time.

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May 10, 2012, 01:54:54 PM
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I won't be selling the code, at all.
I don't think you need me to explain why, but I couldn't live with myself doing something like that.

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May 10, 2012, 01:56:04 PM
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post the code.

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May 10, 2012, 01:56:32 PM
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That was more of a joke. But it's nice that you at least tried to clear up the mess.

I guess i wont see my 3BTC again Sad Damnit.. that is one Meal at BurgerKing less this month *shakes sadly head*
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May 10, 2012, 02:15:51 PM
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post the code.

do you want the code? i do not mind trusted members having it, but i don't think it should be public.
Afraid of competition?  Tongue

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May 10, 2012, 02:17:14 PM
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post the code.

do you want the code? i do not mind trusted members having it, but i don't think it should be public.

i'd like to see it.

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May 10, 2012, 02:20:12 PM
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post the code.

do you want the code? i do not mind trusted members having it, but i don't think it should be public.

I guess anyone who try to use this publicly won't get any customers.
But it would be nice if it was published and people used it privately.
It would bring balance to the markets Wink

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