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January 17, 2017, 05:00:55 PM
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I wonder if he still has her on gps

because the thing that matters most is family...  I suspect they are all on gps...
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January 17, 2017, 05:58:09 PM
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Lawsuit reveals intricacies of GAW Miners bitcoin scheme

http://www.reformer.com/stories/lawsuit-revealsintricacies-of-bitcoin-scheme,495287

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The emails also draw attention to a "pay-to-play" accommodation between bitcoin entrepreneurs and on-line sites established to purportedly report on the bitcoin business, including CryptoCoinNews and Bitcoinist. According to qntra.net, Garza made an attempt "to purchase equity in the payola based bitcoin news site amid Garza's constant need to preview articles, have them edited or pulled on demand while liaising with other CCN authors ..."

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January 18, 2017, 03:50:21 PM
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Lawsuit reveals intricacies of GAW Miners bitcoin scheme

http://www.reformer.com/stories/lawsuit-revealsintricacies-of-bitcoin-scheme,495287

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The emails also draw attention to a "pay-to-play" accommodation between bitcoin entrepreneurs and on-line sites established to purportedly report on the bitcoin business, including CryptoCoinNews and Bitcoinist. According to qntra.net, Garza made an attempt "to purchase equity in the payola based bitcoin news site amid Garza's constant need to preview articles, have them edited or pulled on demand while liaising with other CCN authors ..."



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About three or four days after each article, I get an email from Garza about how biased I am and I will be hearing from his attorney soon. Still waiting.

I told him not to worry, (after all it takes him 3-4 days to figure out what each article means,) but he should keep an eye out for dead animals in his mailbox!   Grin Grin Grin Grin
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January 21, 2017, 06:45:35 PM
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*Crickets Chirping*

Am I the only one in this thread who did not get a "C&D" / dead animal in the mail from Garza?

Thread closed.

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January 22, 2017, 02:52:24 AM
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well while the crickets are a-chirpin',   heres a few legacy linc laughs....

https://gawminers.freshdesk.com/support/home#  

Bitcoin...the future of all monetary transactions...and always will be
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January 22, 2017, 07:30:05 AM
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well while the crickets are a-chirpin',   heres a few legacy linc laughs....

https://gawminers.freshdesk.com/support/home#  


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"Can you approve my held withdrawal?"

"PayBase XPY withdrawal issues"

"Why is my account withdrawals on hold?"

"Why is my withdrawal pending?"

"Why am I getting an error about 'Insufficient funds"?

"I sold my Hashlet at the wrong price."

"Credit Cards being Declined"

"My credit card was declined but my account is showing the funds"

"Compensation for late shipments"

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January 24, 2017, 09:57:42 AM
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 Angry Angry Angry  Roll Eyes

What a fucking surprise! The big show was due to commence on Saturday I knew he would leverage Shinner's shit show and try this. Man I hope the judge is wary of this. They'll fuck around indefinitely until the judge in that case makes his decision. So if it is game on in that case Homero will keep delaying this one saying it can affect that one. If Shinner's one is dismissed then are we back on? Question is how long will it take that judge  to decide on it.

Some serous bullshit this mixing up cases like this, pretty sad show on the SEC's part not to clamp down harder on this obvious manipulation of the court system.


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Securities and Exchange Commission v. Garza et al

Monday, January 23, 2017
33       motion Sealed Motion  Mon 2:40 PM 
 SEALED MOTION to Seal Motion to Request an Extension of Stay by Homero Joshua Garza. (Peerce, Marjorie)

 
32       motion Sealed Motion  Mon 2:37 PM 
 SEALED MOTION to Request An Extension of Stay by Homero Joshua Garza. (Peerce, Marjorie) 

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January 24, 2017, 09:58:55 AM
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Obviously it is just a request to delay, judge could very well be sick of it all and deny the delay.  Cool
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January 24, 2017, 04:43:27 PM
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Ah, Uncle Stu's response to their response to his response to their response to his response.....!

Seems it is not in fact finally in the judge's hands

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64       respm Reply to Response to Motion  Mon 4:55 PM  
 REPLY to Response to MOTION to Dismiss the First Amended Complaint filed by Stuart A. Fraser. (Cave, Sarah)  

Hopefully suchmoon can extract the file, I wonder what it will say  Roll Eyes

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January 24, 2017, 08:25:08 PM
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http://docdro.id/7OpKJM2

Nothing exciting.
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January 24, 2017, 09:52:46 PM
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Thanks!

Yeah, it all still boils down to control as they highlight in there. Remove all the smoke and mirrors and that's it. This reply highlights that and every thing else in a nice readable condensed fashion. Very easy for the judge to read. Short and to the point in other words versus the mountain of text in theirs. I wonder how clever it is to leave Uncle Stu to have the last word. Or does he have it. Because if they now respond to this, the mountain of text they will need to counter it will be double that of their reply before. Surely it cannot go on forever. Come one Judge Judy whack the gavel when you can!  Cheesy Do note they toned down Homero's relationship to now being just a bedfellow vs. the devil before.
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January 24, 2017, 11:01:33 PM
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Thanks!

Yeah, it all still boils down to control as they highlight in there. Remove all the smoke and mirrors and that's it. This reply highlights that and every thing else in a nice readable condensed fashion. Very easy for the judge to read. Short and to the point in other words versus the mountain of text in theirs. I wonder how clever it is to leave Uncle Stu to have the last word. Or does he have it. Because if they now respond to this, the mountain of text they will need to counter it will be double that of their reply before. Surely it cannot go on forever. Come one Judge Judy whack the gavel when you can!  Cheesy Do note they toned down Homero's relationship to now being just a bedfellow vs. the devil before.

And more choice words from Fraser's Defense:  Plaintiffs tried to "Reverse-Engineer" the original complaint from arguing that Fraser had 41% ownership to Fraser having 50% ownership.

Clever Legalese, but it's not really analogous to reverse-engineering.  It's more like, "Garza Maths."

Most notable here that SEC is not going after Fraser.

Yet™.

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Ah, Uncle Stu's response to their response to his response to their response to his response.....!

Seems it is not in fact finally in the judge's hands

I think it is...but only for the judge to decide whether to dismiss the GAWSUIT or to let it roll forward, without Garbanzo in the Hot Seat.
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January 25, 2017, 04:11:31 AM
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Sorry for multiple rants, but someone has to sweep these crickets away.

Besides, I just learned that discredited Paycoin payola writer, Scott Fargo, is the "editor-in-chief" of BITCOIN.COM!!!!  https://www.bitcoin.com/

Wasn't this Garza's gazillion-dollar/bitcoin BTC site?

WTF did I miss?

The home page is not even updated for 2017!  Grin Grin Grin
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January 25, 2017, 08:09:13 AM
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Ganza had btc.com not bitcoin.com
I believe bitcoin.com is run by the guy that VerIfied that Mt gox was solvent.
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January 25, 2017, 08:09:39 AM
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Scott Fargo, is the "editor-in-chief" of BITCOIN.COM!!!!  https://www.bitcoin.com/

Wasn't this Garza's gazillion-dollar/bitcoin BTC site?

No he 'bought' btc.com for "ONE MILLION DOLLARS!!1!!!!!11!!"

Except, of course, he didn't.


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January 25, 2017, 09:03:28 AM
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Scott Fargo, is the "editor-in-chief" of BITCOIN.COM!!!!  https://www.bitcoin.com/

Wasn't this Garza's gazillion-dollar/bitcoin BTC site?

No he 'bought' btc.com for "ONE MILLION DOLLARS!!1!!!!!11!!"

Except, of course, he didn't.


Roger Ver owns bitcoin.com now I guess?

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January 25, 2017, 04:57:23 PM
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 Shocked

Order was granted to continue to stay Homero's SEC case. But look how short it is.

Now what does that mean? Was his lawyer begging the  judge "just a couple more weeks please" or did she ask for 30 days, 60 days and the judge is pissed off now and only gave them 2 weeks? If she requested this short period what does she know about the Shinner's case? Either she begged for this short time in order not to piss him off, with the intention in two weeks to beg again if necessary, or the judge has had enough. Not much use to Homero if that is the case.  Cheesy

 
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Tuesday, January 24, 2017
35      order Order on Sealed Motion  Tue 12:28 PM 
 ORDER granting33 Sealed Motion Seal Motion to Request an Extension of Stay until 2/7/2017. Signed by Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer on 1/24/2017. (Gutierrez, Y.)

 
34      order Order on Sealed Motion  Tue 12:25 PM 
 ORDER granting32 Sealed Motion to Request An Extension of Stay. Signed by Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer on 1/24/2017. (Gutierrez, Y.) 
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January 25, 2017, 05:41:41 PM
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More than likely she simply told the judge they expect the other judge to decide whether to dismiss or proceed with the Shinner's case and needs only 2 weeks. If dismissed then proceed with the SEC if not, she will need to ask for a continued stay. I think.

In better news Homero wins another accolade!!!  Cheesy


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Top 3 Scamcoins Giving Cryptocurrency a Bad Name

The cryptocurrency world has seen its fair share of scams, Ponzi Schemes, and other programs where people lost a lot of money. Some of those projects will always stand out, mostly due to their sheer size. Interestingly enough, some scam coins have made an impact on the ecosystem as well. Only one of the currencies listed below is still in operation today, and they are being scrutinized by law enforcement agencies as we speak.

#3 The Billion Coin

With a name such as The Billion Coin, it is not hard to see why this cryptocurrency has been labeled as a scam. This Ponzi Scheme advertised itself earlier in 2016 as the biggest cryptocurrency, even dethroning bitcoin. As one would come to expect from this malicious schemes, The Billion Coin claims its value will always go up. TBC mainly targets users in Indonesia, and a lot of innocent people fall victim to this scheme.

However, with no source code – hence no currency to speak of – and no whitepaper – it becomes evident this project is selling nothing but hot air. There is no development roadmap either, indicating there is no one developing this project. Even the block explorer seems suspicious, which is not surprising considering there is no technology powering this scam. Moreover, it is not possible to exchange The Billion Coin anywhere, as no exchange wants to list it.


#2 PayCoin

Everyone in the cryptocurrency world has heard of PayCoin, an infamous cryptocurrency scheme operated by Homero Joshua Garza. PayCoin portrayed itself as a global currency that could compete with bitcoin, yet never lived up to that expectation. Mining Paycoin could only occur through the company’s proprietary cloud mining platform, called Zenminer.

GAW Miners, the company operating Zenminer and PayCoin, once claimed a US$8m investment was made in the platform, but that information was completely bogus. Things unraveled for Paycoin once Zenminer started attracting a lot of money, eventually leading to all withdrawals being suspended indefinitely. All platforms who listed PayCoin for trading purposes promptly removed XPY shortly afterward. It remains unclear how much money has been lost due to the PayCoin scam to this very day.

#1 OneCoin


When talking about cryptocurrency scams, one should look no further than OneCoin. Similarly to The Billion Coin, OneCoin has no technological infrastructure, no development, and no white paper. This entire ecosystem is created out of thin air, yet it continues to attract investments from unknowing consumers all over the world.

Thankfully, OneCoin is meeting a lot of resistance from various governments all over the world. The London Police is actively investigating this pyramid scheme. Plus, Italy has banned OneCoin activity due to an ongoing fraud investigation. Bringing down this scheme once and for all could be challenging, but things are heading in the right direction.

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January 25, 2017, 09:54:50 PM
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Scott Fargo, is the "editor-in-chief" of BITCOIN.COM!!!!  https://www.bitcoin.com/

Wasn't this Garza's gazillion-dollar/bitcoin BTC site?

No he 'bought' btc.com for "ONE MILLION DOLLARS!!1!!!!!11!!"

Except, of course, he didn't.


Roger Ver owns bitcoin.com now I guess?

That means disreputable Scott Fargo works for Roger Ver, as his Editor on the site.

HAS THE WORLD GONE MAD?HuhHuh!!!!!111111
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