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Author Topic: GAW / Josh Garza discussion Paycoin XPY xpy.io ION ionomy. ALWAYS MAKE MONEY :)  (Read 3211942 times)
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August 07, 2016, 04:08:13 PM
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im at a loss for words ... Cheesy

http://www.paycoincoffee.com/


 (old hat for this thread,i'm sure, ive just never seen it.)


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August 07, 2016, 04:19:51 PM
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I just noticed xpy is still listed/ traded at Bittrex.
60k sat vol. seriously guys? WTF is that all about?
maybe krumblez and  co. playing pass the bags or some such nonsense?
 dont they(Bittrex) have a minimum volume requirement to stay listed?

Used to be 1.4 BTC per week minimum. Maybe they have some special feelings for XPY.

maybe that corruptsy scammer who buggered off to china managed to
offload that prime flex hybrid controller thingy to the bittrex people for a chunk of
Unobtanium...

.....ok, maybe not Grin Grin Grin

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August 08, 2016, 12:10:53 AM
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Can't be suchmoon..

Suchmon: Both links "GARZA & FRASER class action..." & "SEC vs GARZA court case" are broken... Can we have them fixed? I find these court documents very useful.

Cheers

You mean the links under the red banners in the OP? Works for me. Are you getting an error? Send me a screenshot or something.

The archives are not quite up to date though. I'll try to find some time to log in to PACER over the weekend and get the latest summons etc.

Correct! Both links under the red banners in the OP. They don't seems to work for me... I get a "404 Not Found" error message... Screenshot:

EDIT: mods have disabled the screenshot's link but no worry it's safe
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August 08, 2016, 12:16:11 AM
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Can't be suchmoon..

Suchmon: Both links "GARZA & FRASER class action..." & "SEC vs GARZA court case" are broken... Can we have them fixed? I find these court documents very useful.

Cheers

You mean the links under the red banners in the OP? Works for me. Are you getting an error? Send me a screenshot or something.

The archives are not quite up to date though. I'll try to find some time to log in to PACER over the weekend and get the latest summons etc.

Correct! Both links under the red banners in the OP. They don't seems to work for me... I get a "404 Not Found" error message... Screenshot:

EDIT: mods have disabled the screenshot's link but no worry it's safe

They work for me. maybe copy and paste the link into the address bar? What's weird is the address in your screenshot does't match the address in the link, but I don't get 404 if I type in the address in your image.
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August 08, 2016, 12:34:52 AM
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Can't be suchmoon..

Suchmon: Both links "GARZA & FRASER class action..." & "SEC vs GARZA court case" are broken... Can we have them fixed? I find these court documents very useful.

Cheers

You mean the links under the red banners in the OP? Works for me. Are you getting an error? Send me a screenshot or something.

The archives are not quite up to date though. I'll try to find some time to log in to PACER over the weekend and get the latest summons etc.

Correct! Both links under the red banners in the OP. They don't seems to work for me... I get a "404 Not Found" error message... Screenshot:

EDIT: mods have disabled the screenshot's link but no worry it's safe

Weird. Could you try again - I have modified the links to be proper tags (instead of relying on the forum to parse them). If that doesn't work can you tap on the address bar and send a screenshot of that so that the full URL or at least the end of it is visible.


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August 08, 2016, 01:05:53 AM
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So, I just noticed, miaviator is now back in business making BTC atms... yikes.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1546827.msg15562894#msg15562894

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August 08, 2016, 01:27:24 AM
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So, I just noticed, miaviator is now back in business making BTC atms... yikes.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1546827.msg15562894#msg15562894



Disgraced General Manager of GAWMiners & ZenMiner & Paycoin scam is still in Crypto?

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August 08, 2016, 04:31:23 AM
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So, I just noticed, miaviator is now back in business making BTC atms... yikes.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1546827.msg15562894#msg15562894



Saw that someone asked him if he was in paycoin and he wasn't too pleased with the question and didn't actually answer it. Someone should just ask that question direct... i.e. are you the miviator that was involved with paycoin. His answer shows professionalism in how its addressed etc and leads to the trust factor on his current project...

See if you can buy a btc atm in paycoin while you're at it.
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August 08, 2016, 04:56:15 AM
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Can't wait for the onecoin shitshow

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August 08, 2016, 09:36:46 AM
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Miaviator said he's not in business with Jonah Dorman but the OP he posts on that link for bitteller.io says

Quote from: Miaviator

“After months of development, prototypes, and testing, we are proud to introduce the BitTeller ATM to the cryptocurrency industry” said Blockchain Innovation CEO, Jonah Dorman. “We strived to design an ATM that is affordable to even the smallest businesses or individual. I believe we have achieved that, and delivered a system that both users and owners will find simple to use, and most importantly, safe.”


So Jonah Dorman is the ceo of bitteller which he is working with but they aren't in business together? How does that work
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August 08, 2016, 12:11:18 PM
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Can't be suchmoon..

Suchmon: Both links "GARZA & FRASER class action..." & "SEC vs GARZA court case" are broken... Can we have them fixed? I find these court documents very useful.

Cheers

You mean the links under the red banners in the OP? Works for me. Are you getting an error? Send me a screenshot or something.

The archives are not quite up to date though. I'll try to find some time to log in to PACER over the weekend and get the latest summons etc.

Correct! Both links under the red banners in the OP. They don't seems to work for me... I get a "404 Not Found" error message... Screenshot:

EDIT: mods have disabled the screenshot's link but no worry it's safe

Weird. Could you try again - I have modified the links to be proper tags (instead of relying on the forum to parse them). If that doesn't work can you tap on the address bar and send a screenshot of that so that the full URL or at least the end of it is visible.



Sure! Still not working on my side... I wonder if it is a censure thing... I currently work in a country where media are heavily censored... many websites such as pastbin have been blocked... Could that be the reason?


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August 08, 2016, 12:16:52 PM
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Sure! Still not working on my side... I wonder if it is a censure thing... I currently work in a country where media are heavily censored... many websites such as pastbin have been blocked... Could that be the reason?




Interesting. Is that nginx error the same as when you visit the other blocked sites you mentioned? Maybe you are using a proxy server that is blocking it?

Where do you live, north korea? Tongue
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August 08, 2016, 02:14:01 PM
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Sure! Still not working on my side... I wonder if it is a censure thing... I currently work in a country where media are heavily censored... many websites such as pastbin have been blocked... Could that be the reason?

http://i.imgsafe.org/87659e30f0.png
http://i.imgsafe.org/8766140023.png

It must be something on your end then. I'll see if I can mirror the archive somewhere else.

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August 08, 2016, 02:36:58 PM
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Miaviator said he's not in business with Jonah Dorman but the OP he posts on that link for bitteller.io says

Quote from: Miaviator

“After months of development, prototypes, and testing, we are proud to introduce the BitTeller ATM to the cryptocurrency industry” said Blockchain Innovation CEO, Jonah Dorman. “We strived to design an ATM that is affordable to even the smallest businesses or individual. I believe we have achieved that, and delivered a system that both users and owners will find simple to use, and most importantly, safe.”


So Jonah Dorman is the ceo of bitteller which he is working with but they aren't in business together? How does that work

He was being a pedantic asshole by saying he's not "in business" with Jonah Dorman because he IS Jonah Dorman.\

Another company sure to be a rousing success from the people that brought you the GAW debacle.
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Last edit: August 08, 2016, 08:13:39 PM by BitBanksy
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Sure! Still not working on my side... I wonder if it is a censure thing... I currently work in a country where media are heavily censored... many websites such as pastbin have been blocked... Could that be the reason?

http://i.imgsafe.org/87659e30f0.png
http://i.imgsafe.org/8766140023.png

It must be something on your end then. I'll see if I can mirror the archive somewhere else.

Yes it's definitely on my end... I didn't think to look at the links with VPN so I tried and it worked. Since the attempted coup many website have been heavily censored so we need to adapt. Keep up the good work mate!

Without VPN:

Same link with VPN:


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August 08, 2016, 08:22:11 PM
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Where do you live, north korea? Tongue

I doubt I would even be able to reply to you if I was living in north korea Wink

I tried to look at those links and other censored websites with VPN and it worked Grin so it's definitely TR exercising censorship Undecided

Thanks for your help guys!
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August 08, 2016, 08:42:17 PM
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Where do you live, north korea? Tongue

I doubt I would even be able to reply to you if I was living in north korea Wink

I tried to look at those links and other censored websites with VPN and it worked Grin so it's definitely TR exercising censorship Undecided

Thanks for your help guys!

Enjoy while they haven't figured out how to block VPNs Smiley

Stay safe.

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August 08, 2016, 09:22:25 PM
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Miaviator said he's not in business with Jonah Dorman but the OP he posts on that link for bitteller.io says

Quote from: Miaviator

“After months of development, prototypes, and testing, we are proud to introduce the BitTeller ATM to the cryptocurrency industry” said Blockchain Innovation CEO, Jonah Dorman. “We strived to design an ATM that is affordable to even the smallest businesses or individual. I believe we have achieved that, and delivered a system that both users and owners will find simple to use, and most importantly, safe.”


So Jonah Dorman is the ceo of bitteller which he is working with but they aren't in business together? How does that work

He was being a pedantic asshole by saying he's not "in business" with Jonah Dorman because he IS Jonah Dorman.\

Another company sure to be a rousing success from the people that brought you the GAW debacle.

Should be BANNED from all biz, especially Crypto.
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August 08, 2016, 10:37:09 PM
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Miaviator said he's not in business with Jonah Dorman but the OP he posts on that link for bitteller.io says

Quote from: Miaviator

“After months of development, prototypes, and testing, we are proud to introduce the BitTeller ATM to the cryptocurrency industry” said Blockchain Innovation CEO, Jonah Dorman. “We strived to design an ATM that is affordable to even the smallest businesses or individual. I believe we have achieved that, and delivered a system that both users and owners will find simple to use, and most importantly, safe.”


So Jonah Dorman is the ceo of bitteller which he is working with but they aren't in business together? How does that work

He was being a pedantic asshole by saying he's not "in business" with Jonah Dorman because he IS Jonah Dorman.\

Another company sure to be a rousing success from the people that brought you the GAW debacle.

Ahh i forgot what miaviators real name was... well with an attitude like that he's sure to get loyal customers.
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August 08, 2016, 10:40:36 PM
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Miaviator said he's not in business with Jonah Dorman but the OP he posts on that link for bitteller.io says

Quote from: Miaviator

“After months of development, prototypes, and testing, we are proud to introduce the BitTeller ATM to the cryptocurrency industry” said Blockchain Innovation CEO, Jonah Dorman. “We strived to design an ATM that is affordable to even the smallest businesses or individual. I believe we have achieved that, and delivered a system that both users and owners will find simple to use, and most importantly, safe.”


So Jonah Dorman is the ceo of bitteller which he is working with but they aren't in business together? How does that work

He was being a pedantic asshole by saying he's not "in business" with Jonah Dorman because he IS Jonah Dorman.\

Another company sure to be a rousing success from the people that brought you the GAW debacle.

Ahh i forgot what miaviators real name was... well with an attitude like that he's sure to get loyal customers.

Jonah Dorman
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