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October 02, 2014, 02:34:16 AM
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You would be the single mom in Michigan who posts emo poetry, pictures of her daughter AND pornography to her Tumblr?

http://cobaltskky.tumblr.com/

It's somewhat fascinating to me how NXT seems to attract every species of dysfunction.

Yay!  I've been meanied!

I think "dysfunction" is a very judgmental word.  I've heard some people refer to you as dysfunctional.

EDIT: While I was having a smoke(yes, I smoke too), I realized that you don't have some crucial information about the extent of my dysfunctions.  So let me provide you with them:

1.) I'm a lesbian.

2.) I go weeks (and some times months!) without shaving my legs or arm pits.

3.) I swear.  A WHOLE FUCKING LOT.

4.) I'm into kink.

5.) I play gratuitously violent video games.

6.) I prefer polyamorous relationships to monogamous relationships.

I share this to show that I'm an authentic, multidimensional person that feels no shame in who she is.  Now, in the interest of an authentic conversation, will you please reciprocate by sharing with us some of your "dysfunctions?"

Check out the latest Nxt video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-CWTtFZroEA
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October 02, 2014, 02:36:03 AM
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Hi. I'm neutral and this does not involve me, but let me know if you need escrow. I can hold the 20 until you decide to pay it to someone. (Standard Fee applies.)

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October 02, 2014, 02:52:06 AM
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Blockchain does not lie.
Bluemeanie received one million NXT.
Give it back.
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October 02, 2014, 03:50:28 AM
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BM,
You seem to try to put every nxt holders in the same bag, and identify them as 'criminals'. This is pathetic (if not paranoid). Guess what:
1. You or James are not the center of the world, not even the center of Nxt.
2. Nxt is not a community of 10 or '72' people, but thousands of serious followers.
3. Leave us alone, leave us in peace. Please keep your personal matters or revenge for yourself and pm whoever you want. We are all old enough to make our own judgements and decisions. thanks

PS: I read your posts on disqus.com and it seems that your problem is not only against James but especially about Nxt. If you are using him to try to destroy our nice community, guess what: try again.
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October 02, 2014, 04:19:34 AM
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Well if anyone does send in information for a bounty, I'd highly recommend using some kind of escrow agreement because welll...

http://cointelegraph.com/news/112643/the-mystery-of-the-missing-1000000-nxt
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October 02, 2014, 05:06:17 AM
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-deleted- pointless to argue with you.

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October 02, 2014, 05:08:51 AM
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did they scam the users for Unity token that they launched?

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October 02, 2014, 05:11:31 AM
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did they scam the users for Unity token that they launched?

Correction. Bluemeanie ran away with 1,000,000 nxt, a fund collected via Nxt Ae thru an asset named Nxtautodac.

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October 02, 2014, 05:15:52 AM
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did they scam the users for Unity token that they launched?

Correction. Bluemeanie ran away with 1,000,000 nxt, a fund collected via Nxt Ae thru an asset named Nxtautodac.

And he's doing everything he can to draw attention away from that (blockchain provable) fact. That's why he screams so loudly and accuses other people, and entire communities, of being criminals. He hopes to draw attention away from his own theft.
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October 02, 2014, 05:42:10 AM
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More recently NXT had paid people to come after Jeff Garzik after he exposed the fact that the NXT software distribution did not match the source code.

nobody was paid, here is the response, Jeff exposed nothing, he was wrong, didn't know how to decompile binaries:
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Gitian was created by Bitcoin devs to provide a deterministic way to build Bitcoin core software. The software is written in C++ which is compiled into assembly code and can't be easily reverted back into the source. Usage of Gitian requires a user to put trust into parties that verify source code, but this is a wrong way from my point of view (and PoV of suspect #1 on the role of Satoshi Nakamoto - http://nakamotoinstitute.org/trusted-third-parties/, - btw). A much better way is to use languages/technologies that preserve 100% of "open-sourceness" of the code. It's Java, C#, JavaScript to name a few. Programs written in these languages can be translated back into the source code (if obfuscation is not used).

Jeff says that "bytecode implants [into Java binaries] are trivial" but can't explain how it's even possible in real-world scenario. All that I got on my direct answer is a reply that looks as an attempt to derail the conversation. This is sad, Jeff, public figures like you shouldn't behave this way.

Regarding "users do /not/ build the binaries" (https://twitter.com/jgarzik/status/511868652648288256), check the archive, it contains the complete source code with the libraries and the building script. Those who trust Jean-Luc (lead Nxt dev) need just to check the hash of the archive. The binaries used by them can be easily decompiled should a question related to the original source code arise. Those who don't trust can build the binaries by themselves.

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It's my understanding that Jl777 paid Edward DeLeon Hickman to write this article.
Nobody paid Edward DeLeon Hickman to write this article.

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and jl777? he even doesn't know Java, while Nxt is based on Java. James is working on some projects built on top of Nxt, but James was never involved in Nxt core itself.

Wait, wait. To be fair I will be paid by Cointelegraph as the story is currently ranked in their top 10 (out of 277 stories mind you). In fact because of Cointelgraphs amazing tracking system the more he rambles on like this, encouraging people to post the story (even if just to show the blockchain evidence), the more they will pay me in the end.

So by all means, post bounties, make idle threats, call for our heads! Just means more Satoshi for me.
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October 02, 2014, 05:55:37 AM
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Bluemeanie1 recieved 1 million NXT from james, which he never gave back:

Proof is in the blockchain: http://nxtreporting.com/?tr=9677367184378728685


so, Josh, where's the proof that james "stole" 2 million USD?
Funny that you're the only one saying this. Don't you think that the guys that lost that kind of money would be angry too? Where are they?

Look, if you really recieved a death threat (proof?), then that's sad and shoud be taken seriously. I do not support such actions of individuals.

case closed
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October 02, 2014, 06:15:08 AM
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I would also like to Highlight here, that James compensated your theft with his make good asset jlh. I personally was reimbursed with 26,000/38,000 nxt by James. So what do you mean by he cheated? You on the other hand took the money!

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October 02, 2014, 06:31:04 AM
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re. the accusations, they continually repeat them but refuse to legitimize them in any way.

I have already contacted the authorities regarding NXT so clearly there is no subterfuge going on here.  I emailed NYDFS last night and plan to follow up with the SEC.  I'm also in touch with my attorney concerning the defamation damages I recently sustained.  If these things need some resolution, it will happen in a 100% legal way.  I cannot further comment on the various details as there are legal implications.

Does this help?

http://cointelegraph.com/news/112643/the-mystery-of-the-missing-1000000-nxt

bluemeanie.. could you please explain that 1 million Nxt sent to that wallet?

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October 02, 2014, 08:41:35 AM
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Yay! for kinky lesbians.....Boo! to paranoid Blue Meanies.

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To say the least, this region is in need of some major cleanup.  I absolutely applaud Ben Lawsky's efforts to reign in all this activity.  These projects are festering pits of crime and derangement, and that goes for practically every one. I officially have ZERO interest in any existing crypto project.  I assume they are all scams and this situation will persist until Lawsky et al. cleans things up.  I dont plan to further involve myself in this space as a developer until I see a major qualitative change in how things operate.  Regulation is NEEDED 100%.  Those who are resisting it are those who foresee their illicit income streams coming to an end.

So, your official position now is that all crypto projects, including BTC, are scams?
And that you have been working as a sort of lone crusader against crypto ?
Cleverly infiltrating all of these deeply evil projects in order to expose them?

So, you won't have any issue with returning the million NXT that you recieved, in order to compensate victims of these terrible scams?

BTW: Benjamin Lawskys Twitter is:
https://twitter.com/BenLawsky

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October 02, 2014, 09:10:35 AM
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Watching. With interest.
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October 02, 2014, 09:15:12 AM
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I am ready to find more information about JL777. I am sending a PM so please talk.
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October 02, 2014, 09:38:34 AM
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OP, bottom line after reading this thread:

bluemeanie / Joshua Zeidner is a scammer (proven = guilty) *

jl777 / James could be a scammer (no proof = not guilty)


* proof:
received money for project -> didn't deliever -> didn't return money
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October 02, 2014, 11:36:19 AM
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I have big gaps of knowledge involving this subject, and possess far from enough information to make any sort of definitive judgement here - not that I would want to get involved at all.
However, I will say this - no one will be able to dox JL777 without his approval.

I say this because as crazy as I am about privacy, I have never even entertained the idea of using a mail drop forwarding service!
Considering the fact that the service was set up before James even started to rev things up at Ripple and Nxt, I'd say he had a clear vision of his future decisions.
And for what it's worth, I'm quite certain James Lee is a pseudonym, just like the several throwaway email addresses which he uses.

Fyi, bluemeanie, JL777 and J1777 brings up different trails, you know. Just saying...


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October 02, 2014, 02:00:38 PM
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I am posting with my new account since my old one has been hacked and stolen. I will tell just one thing after reading this whole discussion. I am not too familiar with both sides but it seems to me that the blockchain doesn't lie!
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I am posting with my new account since my old one has been hacked and stolen. I will tell just one thing after reading this whole discussion. I am not too familiar with both sides but it seems to me that the blockchain doesn't lie!

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