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November 04, 2014, 07:33:50 AM
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I think it is safe to say that negative trust would not have stopped people from foolishly investing and advertising.

Well in this case I think the negative trust ended the ponzi in it's tracks.  People will always be fools (religion) - all we can do is point them in the right direction.
I think he gave up when he got the negative trust. IIRC the person who was running the cryptominer ponzi/scam got negative trust relatively early on and it didn't stop people from investing with them to the tune of ~70 BTC when they ran away.

Offtopic - re: religion - the thing about religion is that people will follow it without proof of a higher power (usually god), but they rather have faith (believe) in what the religion teaches/practices.

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November 04, 2014, 10:36:33 AM
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Offtopic - re: religion - the thing about religion is that people will follow it without proof of a higher power (usually god), but they rather have faith (believe) in what the religion teaches/practices.

It isn't really a religion I think it's more a dollar auction like thing when finally you make more and more bids no longer for profit, but for keeping the whole thing alive for a while and hoping that you can win the auction and decrease your losses.

For example I took part in his signature champaign and kept his ad until the end of the agreed time. I have had increasingly bad feelings about the payment, but sometimes difficult to admit that I've made a bet on the wrong horse, and wasted weeks of time. So hope and cognitive dissonance together drove me into quite irrational decisions Smiley. Actually this was a pretty good lesson for me.
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November 05, 2014, 01:07:40 PM
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Offtopic - re: religion - the thing about religion is that people will follow it without proof of a higher power (usually god), but they rather have faith (believe) in what the religion teaches/practices.

Where the hell did THAT come from??? Stay on topic dude. That's like, an unbearable topic jump

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November 05, 2014, 08:32:11 PM
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Offtopic - re: religion - the thing about religion is that people will follow it without proof of a higher power (usually god), but they rather have faith (believe) in what the religion teaches/practices.

Where the hell did THAT come from??? Stay on topic dude. That's like, an unbearable topic jump

Did you read the post he quoted?

In any case, looks like Niothor has pulled a scam.  I'm glad I was able to stop it before he stole coins from more people.   Undecided

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November 05, 2014, 08:42:22 PM
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In any case, looks like Niothor has pulled a scam.  I'm glad I was able to stop it before he stole coins from more people.   Undecided

I think he genuinely thought he could run it properly, and then messed up. How much did he gain? 1 BTC? He could have sold his account for that.

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November 05, 2014, 08:48:14 PM
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Obvious scam was obvious

If you do the mathematics you will come to the only possible conclusion

Nobody can make guaranteed  returns of 1560% a year, its the most obvious ponzi since pirates
But it probably won't be the last because people are Gullible and greedy
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January 01, 2015, 06:17:03 PM
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Sadly niothor was a sold account :/ it was purchased by Moreia and sold it to someone else before it got negative trust 

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January 01, 2015, 06:32:09 PM
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Sadly niothor was a sold account :/ it was purchased by Moreia and sold it to someone else before it got negative trust 
Can someone please leave this Moreia a negative trust. Everything this guy does screams red flags. He tried scamming with an account he bought, he sent phishing links to everyone, takes growing loans which seem unfounded, etc.

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