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February 16, 2016, 11:40:20 AM
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After being made aware of this thread,  Acidyo is no longer a moderator on forum.bitcoin.com

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February 16, 2016, 11:53:14 AM
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After being made aware of this thread,  Acidyo is no longer a moderator on forum.bitcoin.com

Well, that's good news. You should screen people before accepting any tom dick and harry as mods there. He's well known on primedice for taking out loans and not paying them back.
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February 16, 2016, 06:44:53 PM
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he is now MODERATOR on forum.bitcoin.com

https://forum.bitcoin.com/acidyo-u1594/


why do we have so many rotten apples in community ?
Don't get me started on the shithole of a forum, apparently any newb with enough posts can become a mod there
Done Trolling both of you ? He is not a moderator.

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February 16, 2016, 08:03:24 PM
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He was recently removed,  which was after my post, so nope I was not trolling
After being made aware of this thread,  Acidyo is no longer a moderator on forum.bitcoin.com

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February 17, 2016, 04:15:23 AM
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I know this is technically off the topic, but it has to do with this and other topics.  Sorry about you losing your money.  I have seen and even chatted with this guy I think on another part of the forum.  This happens at least once a week that I have talked to someone and then it comes out later on that they are some kid.  We will have an hour long back and forth and they seem perfectly adult and then a comment pops out like, "Wish we could chat more but I have a boy scout meeting.."  or something like that.  And, no I am not here chatting it up with guys in that way, it was just an example.  It just floors me when I spend time talking about things like blockchain API's and really high end tech stuff and the other person is right there keeping up and then they turn out to be 10 years old or something.  "School tomorrow".....really, some body that has school tomorrow just had the ability to scam someone out of 0.1 BTC, that is amazing.
You actually bring up a good point about not knowing the ages of some of these fucks, and sometimes it's best to tread lightly.  But in the age of pirating everything digital, it doesn't surprise me that kids will scam like this.  It's most likely not even real to them that someone on the other end of the internet lost digital money.



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