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May 12, 2012, 11:47:01 AM
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this piece of shit, stepped in and accepted code for a price, while being completely inept to do anything with it.
2 months later has still not paid it, then he went and posted usernames and transactions yesterday on pastebin.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=68862.msg891035#msg891035
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=68862.msg893249#msg893249

This guy is also a staff member.

Numerous people were just scammed over the course of 3 months by a bitcointalk staff member.


MiningBuddy currently owes ~1000BTC


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May 12, 2012, 11:51:17 AM
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No one was scammed by Mining Buddy. This poor guy has some sort of intellectual or emotional disability, poor fella. More details (real rather than delusional) here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=68862.100

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May 12, 2012, 12:02:15 PM
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And that deserves your recent responses?

miningBuddy, You had better hope no one finds your real name,
sorry doesn't cut it you piece of shit.

miningBuddy, You had better hope no one finds your real name.
And why would that be? I am not anon so finding my details is quite trivial.

Reasoned debate elicits reasoned response. Insane raging just brings out the troll in me.

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May 12, 2012, 12:40:19 PM
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I'm not saying you  completely fail at reading comprehension, but did you see this?


Hello fellow bitcoiners, I have an announcement to make that will surely make at least some of you happy.

I have been in talks with the current bitscalper owner and we have came to an arrangement.
I will keep this brief and simple for the time being as things are moving very quickly and my attention is needed elsewhere.

I will be taking over bitscalper.com hosting/domain/website/source code, I.E Everything!

I cannot be held responsible for bitscalper's original owners actions or descisions but after in depth talks with him it is quite clear to me that he never intended to scam anyone or mistreat anyone in the ways portrayed recently, the project is/was too big for him and things have really got him down to the point where there are no options left apart from run. I understand things could/should have been handled different but he has tried his best to my knowledge, given the circumstances. Things could have gone a lot worse but hopefully I can intervene now and get things back on track. Lay off the original owner and give him some credit for trying to make amends, he could have simple just ran away silent.

With this I am also taking on the responsibility of returning customers missing funds.
This will be done as soon as is practically possible, I cannot give an accurate time frame and frankly I don't want any broken promises but rest assured I will be doing a full audit of the databases/bitcoind transactions and announcing a more solid approach to returning your funds when possible.

Plans are to return the site to its former working state after a full security audit has been made and necessary changes made to make the site secure, again I don't have an exact date but this is second on the list after sorting out refunds.

Please direct any questions about bitscalper's future to me in this thread, please keep it civil and on topic.

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May 12, 2012, 01:12:40 PM
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Indeed, Bitscalper is the one who took your money. Miningbuddy was just trying to clean up his mess.

Looks more like Miningbuddy got suckered by bitscalper along with everybody else. Bitscalper himself said the funds were "stolen" a long time ago, after a month of inactivity.

I'm stuck now because all the funds left were stolen

Naive yes, scammer no.

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May 12, 2012, 02:35:47 PM
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i vote too...

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May 12, 2012, 05:25:37 PM
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Hmm so lets get this right... Mining buddy agrees to take over bitscalpers operation and payoff the lost/stolen/scammed moneys subject to everyhing being ok with bitscalpers code logs etc under an agreement with bitscalper. Makes a hasty post telling everyone everything will be ok. Then after reviewing all the code/logs/etc decides to pullout because of misinformation from bitscalper.

Hmmm I just cannot see how Mining buddy owes anyone anything personally.

For me its him pulling out of a business deal and not taking on the debts..

Not a scammer in my eyes sorry..
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May 12, 2012, 06:14:15 PM
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this piece of shit, stepped in and accepted code for a price, while being completely inept to do anything with it.
2 months later has still not paid it, then he went and posted usernames and transactions yesterday on pastebin.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=68862.msg891035#msg891035
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=68862.msg893249#msg893249

This guy is also a staff member.

Numerous people were just scammed over the course of 3 months by a bitcointalk staff member.


MiningBuddy currently owes ~1000BTC
hoo is nothing more than a scummy bastard, constantly spewing veiled death threats and promises of mutilation. Go fuck yourself, hoo.

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May 12, 2012, 11:35:28 PM
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hoo is nothing more than a scummy bastard, constantly spewing veiled death threats and promises of mutilation. Go fuck yourself, hoo.
Here here! Well said, that man!

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May 14, 2012, 05:59:29 AM
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Numerous people were just scammed......


For the record, how many Bitcoins are you owed after the Bitscalper debacle anyway ?
...I never noticed you ever posting an actual amount.

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May 14, 2012, 08:50:25 AM
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Numerous people were just scammed......


For the record, how many Bitcoins are you owed after the Bitscalper debacle anyway ?
...I never noticed you ever posting an actual amount.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=68862.msg893249#msg893249


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May 14, 2012, 09:05:15 AM
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Numerous people were just scammed......


For the record, how many Bitcoins are you owed after the Bitscalper debacle anyway ?
...I never noticed you ever posting an actual amount.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=68862.msg893249#msg893249

Now, assuming you're the hookusmoi that's owed 11 btc, I found your name high-larious.

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Nah, I don't want to go over to her house today. It's gonna be a real hookus.

Such a fitting handle.

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May 14, 2012, 09:08:58 AM
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I find more hilarious all this crying over $50

WTF  Huh

There, here's mine:
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"psykick.ruhyn@REDACTED" : 30.08162842,

I took it all out, but if I hadn't take it out before it crashed and burned, I would write it off as the cost of being stupid and trusting a random stranger on the internet. Would be a cheap lesson, after all, one that I may haven't still learned yet Wink

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May 14, 2012, 09:25:44 AM
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This will be done as soon as is practically possible

see that bit?

its not possible... or practical... so it won't be done

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May 14, 2012, 09:50:27 AM
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I find more hilarious all this crying over $50

WTF  Huh

There, here's mine:
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I took it all out, but if I hadn't take it out before it crashed and burned, I would write it off as the cost of being stupid and trusting a random stranger on the internet. Would be a cheap lesson, after all, one that I may haven't still learned yet Wink

do you find it hilarious ~1000BTC was stolen?
do you also think it's funny that it's being used to fund terrorism?
do you also laugh at all the people died in London, New York, Iraq, Afghanistan?


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I find more hilarious all this crying over $50

WTF  Huh

There, here's mine:
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I took it all out, but if I hadn't take it out before it crashed and burned, I would write it off as the cost of being stupid and trusting a random stranger on the internet. Would be a cheap lesson, after all, one that I may haven't still learned yet Wink

you find it hilarious ~1000BTC was stolen?
do you also think it's funny that it's being used to fund terrorism?
do you also laugh at all the people died in london, new york, iraq, afganistan?

my advice is that you commit suicide ASAP.

Terrorism? WTF you rambling about you moron?
You really don't want to know my opinion on those subjects you brough to the table... You might get (more)offended.
I usually only support the banning of spammers, scammers and malware spreaders, but right now I would fully support the admins banning you.

You are a clown, raging like a mad man over 50 bucks.
If you can't handle a $50 loss I would say that suicide is the right thing for you, not for me.
What did you expect? A free lunch? Didn't life taught you already that no such thing exists?

Oh wait... I see your line of thought... If MiningBuddy all of sudden decided to pay you your $50 you wouldn't care anymore about the money bitscalper stole to fund terrorism(sic). Remember that if your crusade against terrorism funding is real than you want to take that money from bitscalper, not from MiningBuddy.

GROW A BRAIN, MOFO...

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May 14, 2012, 10:05:00 AM
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I find more hilarious all this crying over $50

WTF  Huh

There, here's mine:
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"psykick.ruhyn@REDACTED" : 30.08162842,

I took it all out, but if I hadn't take it out before it crashed and burned, I would write it off as the cost of being stupid and trusting a random stranger on the internet. Would be a cheap lesson, after all, one that I may haven't still learned yet Wink

you find it hilarious ~1000BTC was stolen?
do you also think it's funny that it's being used to fund terrorism?
do you also laugh at all the people died in london, new york, iraq, afganistan?

my advice is that you commit suicide ASAP.

Terrorism? WTF you rambling about you moron?
You really don't want to know my opinion on those subjects you brough to the table... You might get (more)offended.
I usually only support the banning of spammers, scammers and malware spreaders, but right now I would fully support the admins banning you.

You are a clown, raging like a mad man over 50 bucks.
If you can't handle a $50 loss I would say that suicide is the right thing for you, not for me.
What did you expect? A free lunch? Didn't life taught you already that no such thing exists?

Calling me names on the internet.
Continuing to slander me over a username anyone can use, and being a complete piece of trash in general, you are ignored.
Find someone else to talk to, because I Do Not Speak With Worthless Pieces of Trash.


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May 14, 2012, 10:08:46 AM
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Once MiningBuddy has a scammer tag, I will lock the topic.


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May 14, 2012, 10:10:12 AM
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Nobody will give you your $50 back.
Everybody knows that you only want your bitcoins back so you can hop on Tor and pay for child pornography with them.
Won't somebody think of the children?!?!?

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do you find it hilarious ~1000BTC was stolen?
It wasn't just stolen, it was brazenly advertised and publicly defended by its creator as an anonymous service with no possibility of recovery in the event of any financial difficulties that may arise. It was also widely suspected of being a simple ponzi scheme (which was later proven privately) and that an arbitrage bot was only commissioned after the creator was found to have been operating a ponzi in a pathetic attempt to hold on to some dignity.

During this public display of arguments, calls for members of the community to boycott the service and to beware of potential fraud and inevitable demise, there were very few voices defending it-- hoo's being one of the loudest. Repeated attempts to reason with him were met with blind faith and ignorance. Sadly, hoo was warned by an entire community and still decided to risk his money (for which he lost to no one's surprise) and yet he now lashes out at that community for calling the kettle black.

do you also think it's funny that it's being used to fund terrorism?
Sometimes I wonder if you're just Bitscalper trying to get some more money out of people.

do you also laugh at all the people died in London, New York, Iraq, Afghanistan?
Why do you hate people of different sexual orientation than yours and publicly announce it? Why do you forget so easily that you are in fact in control of your money? Are you over the age of 50?

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