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March 15, 2014, 06:40:20 PM
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As for evidence: I started to get suspicious when I noticed that coins I sent to Ian were moved in July this year. And from the history of that address, it seems like it was one of Ian's pooling addresses.

Well at least from the SEC document we know that pay.btc was a real pass-through. It could still be though that Ian kept some coins for himself when it was clear that things would collapse.
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March 15, 2014, 07:59:30 PM
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As for evidence: I started to get suspicious when I noticed that coins I sent to Ian were moved in July this year. And from the history of that address, it seems like it was one of Ian's pooling addresses.

Well at least from the SEC document we know that pay.btc was a real pass-through. It could still be though that Ian kept some coins for himself when it was clear that things would collapse.


That would not surprise me at all.  He may have ended up with a lot more than he started with - he seemed a little worried about clawback...

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March 16, 2014, 10:17:12 AM
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That would not surprise me at all.  He may have ended up with a lot more than he started with - he seemed a little worried about clawback...
I'm pretty sure he made a good profit. I'm also suspecting that he did not forward everything to Pirate (his way to "transfer" coins makes it impossible to trace them on the blockchain).

For example, 1CWG3oZbDMjFjyZqoaBMcu6HVn9smRCHMp is an address to which some of the deposits from BMax investors were directly transferred so I'm pretty sure it's one of Ian's pooling addresses. According to the blockchain, there still were withdrawals in July 2013 which is after Trendon defaulted; the SEC was already involved. That's why I assume that Ian has the funds to honor the withdrawal requests his investors made before the default.

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