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October 15, 2012, 07:40:42 PM
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Quick question:
I took the liberty of quickly checking blockchain.org - just a quick peek...

So the investment address (111mamKazi1ofZ854rKTcAxhTVuGDPhhL) had ~430BTC in it before Sunday. Still can't believe that you were trying to keep that, Nick!
http://blockchain.info/address/111mamKazi1ofZ854rKTcAxhTVuGDPhhL

On Sunday, 14th October, almost all the funds form that investment address get transferred to one other address:
18KhyaJWe7aYqeL48FQmvPTFJzBt6VUPiW 432 BTC
And that money is still sitting in that wallet.

Care to elaborate, Nick?
What's that address our money went to?

My transaction seemed to come from 17jynkLbZCtSEPXUkgFJsa2TjfAzPViq1K and/or 19pvHWwpdqgfs8Q1D3y7JaAn7H8DhuAH1V... Both empty now.

Can you please explain the details of the transaction? How did the money get paid out?
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October 15, 2012, 10:43:49 PM
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Quick question:
I took the liberty of quickly checking blockchain.org - just a quick peek...

So the investment address (111mamKazi1ofZ854rKTcAxhTVuGDPhhL) had ~430BTC in it before Sunday. Still can't believe that you were trying to keep that, Nick!
http://blockchain.info/address/111mamKazi1ofZ854rKTcAxhTVuGDPhhL

On Sunday, 14th October, almost all the funds form that investment address get transferred to one other address:
18KhyaJWe7aYqeL48FQmvPTFJzBt6VUPiW 432 BTC
And that money is still sitting in that wallet.

Care to elaborate, Nick?
What's that address our money went to?

My transaction seemed to come from 17jynkLbZCtSEPXUkgFJsa2TjfAzPViq1K and/or 19pvHWwpdqgfs8Q1D3y7JaAn7H8DhuAH1V... Both empty now.

Can you please explain the details of the transaction? How did the money get paid out?

I used an exchange so that I did not have to pay the transaction fee or have to enter my password for each transaction.
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October 15, 2012, 10:45:40 PM
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Repaying in fiat at a rate of 10 USD per coin owed, this recent payment was 2.805% of the whole debt. This was an unscheduled payment; the next payment will be the 28th.

If you believe that you are still missing your first payment, or you are missing this one, please message me with your address.
1. You said repaying will be in fiat. I received no fiat. You can't repay it using BTC, but then use YOUR own exchange rate for it.
2. If BTC falls to $1 a piece, you will still be paying loans back based on $10 a piece? I bet you would more than likely switch back and say you will be repaying in BTC when that happens.
3. How big will be the next payment?


You had no problem with this idea when I proposed it earlier. If it's that big of a problem for you, I will be paying back in BTC then, making it harder for myself and a longer process for you guys.

That means I have paid out another 2.373% with the latest payment, adding up to 3.4719 of the total.
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October 15, 2012, 10:47:48 PM
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Repaid another 2.373%, totaling to 3.4719% of the whole amount due.

If you believe that you are still missing your first payment, or you are missing this one, please message me with your address.
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October 15, 2012, 10:53:52 PM
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Quick question:
I took the liberty of quickly checking blockchain.org - just a quick peek...

So the investment address (111mamKazi1ofZ854rKTcAxhTVuGDPhhL) had ~430BTC in it before Sunday. Still can't believe that you were trying to keep that, Nick!
http://blockchain.info/address/111mamKazi1ofZ854rKTcAxhTVuGDPhhL

On Sunday, 14th October, almost all the funds form that investment address get transferred to one other address:
18KhyaJWe7aYqeL48FQmvPTFJzBt6VUPiW 432 BTC
And that money is still sitting in that wallet.

Care to elaborate, Nick?
What's that address our money went to?

My transaction seemed to come from 17jynkLbZCtSEPXUkgFJsa2TjfAzPViq1K and/or 19pvHWwpdqgfs8Q1D3y7JaAn7H8DhuAH1V... Both empty now.

Can you please explain the details of the transaction? How did the money get paid out?

I used an exchange so that I did not have to pay the transaction fee or have to enter my password for each transaction.

One word: sendmany.
Can be used with bitcoind OR Bitcoin-Qt...
What the fuck are you? A bitcoin noob?

You don't owe me any money, but the way you try to make a fool out of everyone you owe is disgusting, to say the least.

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October 16, 2012, 07:16:52 AM
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yip its the same when he transfered the "200btc"
100 is transferred from his wallet to this address.. and money is still just sitting there.. 2 weeks later..
http://blockchain.info/address/14QZB6yt8y3b4z6wLGtgRQLn9jKbKqhTS6


I rekon he owes ~5-8k coins and the 18k is a made up number that he uses so when he does the calculations he can pay you all less.

strange how someone who apparently had $1000's worth of mining hardware now doesn't seem to be all that familiar with anything btc related.

Quick question:
I took the liberty of quickly checking blockchain.org - just a quick peek...

So the investment address (111mamKazi1ofZ854rKTcAxhTVuGDPhhL) had ~430BTC in it before Sunday. Still can't believe that you were trying to keep that, Nick!
http://blockchain.info/address/111mamKazi1ofZ854rKTcAxhTVuGDPhhL

On Sunday, 14th October, almost all the funds form that investment address get transferred to one other address:
18KhyaJWe7aYqeL48FQmvPTFJzBt6VUPiW 432 BTC
And that money is still sitting in that wallet.

Care to elaborate, Nick?
What's that address our money went to?

My transaction seemed to come from 17jynkLbZCtSEPXUkgFJsa2TjfAzPViq1K and/or 19pvHWwpdqgfs8Q1D3y7JaAn7H8DhuAH1V... Both empty now.

Can you please explain the details of the transaction? How did the money get paid out?

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October 16, 2012, 11:27:03 AM
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October 16, 2012, 02:47:27 PM
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yip its the same when he transfered the "200btc"
100 is transferred from his wallet to this address.. and money is still just sitting there.. 2 weeks later..
http://blockchain.info/address/14QZB6yt8y3b4z6wLGtgRQLn9jKbKqhTS6

I rekon he owes ~5-8k coins and the 18k is a made up number that he uses so when he does the calculations he can pay you all less.
strange how someone who apparently had $1000's worth of mining hardware now doesn't seem to be all that familiar with anything btc related.

I suspected that. If he actually have 18k with pirate, that would put him right under INAU and hashking.

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October 16, 2012, 02:59:15 PM
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I rekon he owes ~5-8k coins and the 18k is a made up number that he uses so when he does the calculations he can pay you all less.

Don't forget about the "two large investors that deposited with him just before Pirate collapsed that didn't want their usernames or deposit addresses made public." These "two large investors" made up about 50% of his total deposits.
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October 16, 2012, 04:26:27 PM
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Finally I received the first and the second payment.
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October 16, 2012, 11:10:16 PM
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Received second payment.

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October 17, 2012, 08:18:31 PM
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Received second payment.

I have not received my second payment yet...
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October 18, 2012, 02:56:42 AM
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Received second payment.

I have not received my second payment yet...

It was sent to your old address. Future payments will go to the updated one.
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October 29, 2012, 06:30:58 AM
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Sum of 38BTC proportionately sent out to all depositors.
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October 29, 2012, 06:31:15 PM
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Received, thanks.

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October 29, 2012, 11:06:50 PM
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Received second payment.

I have not received my second payment yet...

It was sent to your old address. Future payments will go to the updated one.

Crap! That old address was my GLBSE address... I sent them an email about it, but haven't heard back anything Sad
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November 16, 2012, 01:04:16 AM
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http://blockchain.info/tx/510d5214b098c61f0a5781e2f84b386b372fd478a96f45a03190f5ddcd74616e is the transaction where nckrazze claims he transferred 432 BTC to an exchange (ahem).

Did anyone notice the change of that transaction was next used in a 635 BTC payment?  In other words, he had at least 635 BTC at hand after that 432 transfer.
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November 16, 2012, 05:29:51 PM
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I think everyone pussy'd out and are now just accepting the loss....
classic Bitcointalk style =)

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November 18, 2012, 08:51:40 AM
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Sum of 38BTC proportionately sent out to all depositors.

It's late November already. When you will send next payment?

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November 18, 2012, 10:26:29 PM
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I think everyone pussy'd out and are now just accepting the loss....
classic Bitcointalk style =)


Sum of 38BTC proportionately sent out to all depositors.

It's late November already. When you will send next payment?

The 25th, last sunday of the month as it has been. And no, we're still moving forward, slow but steady.
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