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May 28, 2013, 12:03:40 AM
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Wait, so I'm a bit confused. I received only a partial payout (about 5 hours ago). If I read the post by DeadTerra correctly, we are receiving a complete payout of our investment? I still need a few more Bitcoins then.

Sorry if this post is a bit premature. Just excited to get my coins back.

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May 28, 2013, 03:15:53 AM
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10557.516 BTC has been paid out in total.
This is 46.3% above the closing value of the fund.
According to my calculations most people should have made a profit around 5-15% in BTC depending when you got into the fund and up to 60 times your USD investment (also dependent on when you invested).
All in all, I would like to say that this was a happy story Smiley
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May 28, 2013, 05:17:22 AM
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10557.516 BTC has been paid out in total.
This is 46.3% above the closing value of the fund.
According to my calculations most people should have made a profit around 5-15% in BTC depending when you got into the fund and up to 60 times your USD investment (also dependent on when you invested).
All in all, I would like to say that this was a happy story Smiley
Thank you all for the trust,
Thank you for understanding all the delays,
Thank you for forgiving my mistakes and letting me learn,
Thank you for knowledge and experience you have given me.

Overall this has been a great journey for me, I have learnt a lot and gotten to know a lot of people, of which some I am now close friends with.
Even though this chapter of my Bitcoin journey is over, a next one begins.
On the 7th of June I will be going over to 100% Bitcoin as the school term finishes.
I have already gotten some work offers but if you have some cool project you want to share, or some cool projects you think I could help with then please contact me!

Best Regards
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May 28, 2013, 05:24:05 AM
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Does anyone have contacts at Bitcoin Magazine? It would be really cool to see an article about the successful closing of GBF and an interview with Ludvig...

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May 28, 2013, 06:13:46 AM
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10557.516 BTC has been paid out in total.

For anyone else who was confused like me, and also for clarity, I believe that this is the total payout of the fund since it announced it was closing, including the partial payouts received in November, February and March. As a result, if you're using the investor list to work out the fraction of this number you'll be getting, the most recent payout will be about 80% of the figure you calculate.

Regardless, thanks DeaDTerra. Even though I joined the fund at about the worst time possible, I still made a net profit of a few coins. It feels like a lot more than that, however, as I'd written these coins off as lost. Thanks again for being as transparent as you have been about the whole process.

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May 28, 2013, 06:41:55 AM
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oh my God !
The only investment in Bitcoin that did not go bust. Totally surreal. An outlier of mega proportion.
9 months after having requested the withdraw..
Time to make a paper wallet Smiley

In this one payment, I received more than I put in into the Fund;

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May 28, 2013, 08:06:20 AM
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One of my the most successfully Bitcoin investments. Thanks!
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May 28, 2013, 08:29:40 AM
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Good job with the GBF!!!!

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May 28, 2013, 08:53:47 AM
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10557.516 BTC has been paid out in total.

For anyone else who was confused like me, and also for clarity, I believe that this is the total payout of the fund since it announced it was closing, including the partial payouts received in November, February and March. As a result, if you're using the investor list to work out the fraction of this number you'll be getting, the most recent payout will be about 80% of the figure you calculate.

Regardless, thanks DeaDTerra. Even though I joined the fund at about the worst time possible, I still made a net profit of a few coins. It feels like a lot more than that, however, as I'd written these coins off as lost. Thanks again for being as transparent as you have been about the whole process.
This is indeed the case, I added all the payout to get to total paid Smiley
8450 Bitcoins was paid in the latest payment.
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May 28, 2013, 08:56:02 AM
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Does anyone have contacts at Bitcoin Magazine? It would be really cool to see an article about the successful closing of GBF and an interview with Ludvig...
That might be a bit more then I deserve but I am happy to give an interview if there's interest.
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May 28, 2013, 09:09:41 AM
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is all of this officially closed or are things like giga & co considered pending ?

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May 28, 2013, 09:48:03 AM
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is all of this officially closed or are things like giga & co considered pending ?
Some things are still pending, of which will slowly stack up for one more payout, but the fund can basically be considered closed.
As no significant sum will probably be recovered (I will ofc pay out whatever we get in beyond this point but it will probably only be a small sum).
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May 28, 2013, 09:51:25 AM
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according to my wallet all transactions should now have been sent out and confirmed!
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May 28, 2013, 10:01:23 AM
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Received Smiley

Including all previous dividends and payouts, looks like I got out about 8% profit on the coins what I invested. Not too shabby for a year's time. Not too shabby at all.

Thanks for all your hard work on setting things straight DT! Things looked awful grim after the GLBSE business, but I think this all panned out far, far better than anyone expected. What a crazy ride it's been.  Cheesy

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May 28, 2013, 10:08:57 AM
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Wow colored me impressed just went through some old posts on this thread and Amazing perseverance
If you ever start another project will be watching
And Congrats Smiley

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May 28, 2013, 10:20:19 AM
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Payment well received. At the end I got a 8% profit.
Considering the mess with GLBSE this is almost unbelievable.  Grin

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May 28, 2013, 01:24:45 PM
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I was prepared for a loss, got nice profit, recived payment confirmed



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May 28, 2013, 02:21:30 PM
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10557.516 BTC has been paid out in total.

For anyone else who was confused like me, and also for clarity, I believe that this is the total payout of the fund since it announced it was closing, including the partial payouts received in November, February and March. As a result, if you're using the investor list to work out the fraction of this number you'll be getting, the most recent payout will be about 80% of the figure you calculate.

Regardless, thanks DeaDTerra. Even though I joined the fund at about the worst time possible, I still made a net profit of a few coins. It feels like a lot more than that, however, as I'd written these coins off as lost. Thanks again for being as transparent as you have been about the whole process.
This is indeed the case, I added all the payout to get to total paid Smiley
8450 Bitcoins was paid in the latest payment.
//DeaDTerra

Still hasn't cleared up my confusion (maybe I'm missing something obvious). I'm still missing some coins. I'll send DeadTerra an email.

Edit: Problem has been solved. Good job DeaDTerra! Thanks so much for all the trouble.

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May 29, 2013, 05:25:52 PM
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Some 11% for me. Thank you!  Grin

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May 29, 2013, 05:31:09 PM
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Some 11% for me. Thank you!  Grin

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