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June 10, 2012, 06:11:53 PM
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We sometimes forget to thank the behind the scene heroes which in this case its the people of bitcointalk.org

For keeping records and providing a platform for the community so that we can come together and bring social justice to those whom wish to defraud the community.

That is why, after bitcoinica.com refunds me in FULL, I will donate 1000 BTC to the forum.

Maria.

So thats:

1000 BTC bitcointalk.org
500 BTC Bruno
500 BTC Gavin Andersen
500 BTC Bitcoin magazine
500 BTC First 100 Forum Members (5 BTC each forum members[ newbies not allowed ] )
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AiYcEqkgyjc_dDRDdlNGSGhsOGhMbGpCWVhrWExpVFE
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3000 BTC Total Donations.

BITCOINICA DEBT:

6325 + 9449 = 15,774 BTC

Current Mtgox Price is 5.60

USD 53,244  = 9449 BTC

Send My Money To: 1HJc5VLMpFCQJg2maP9wGuCo3NAgwaCJQj



bitcoinica, we are waiting.

Maria.

UPDATE: June 12

Zhoutong is giving us the run around asking for my "username" when I proved already exactly who I am. At this point I kindly request a scammer tag for Zhoutong until at least 75% of the funds are received.
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June 10, 2012, 06:36:39 PM
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We sometimes forget to thank the behind the scene heroes which in this case its the people of bitcointalk.org

For keeping records and providing a platform for the community so that we can come together and bring social justice to those whom wish to defraud the community.

That is why, after bitcoinica.com refunds me in FULL, I will donate 1000 BTC to the forum.

Maria.

Let me see if I got this right. You, as the acting liaison, will transfer 1,000 BTC received from Bitcoinica and give them indirectly to Mt. Gox, a place where said amount is probably currently residing. If that's the case, make sure you deduct your 0.65% transfer fee prior to completing said transfer.

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June 10, 2012, 06:41:49 PM
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Nice PR stunt.  It still won't make you first in line to get a refund.

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June 10, 2012, 06:43:01 PM
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Nice PR stunt.  It still won't make you first in line to get a refund.

CoinExchanger will try -anything- to attempt to become relevant, including lie about having funds in Bitcoinica.

EDIT: And lie about donating to people.

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June 10, 2012, 06:51:58 PM
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We sometimes forget to thank the behind the scene heroes which in this case its the people of bitcointalk.org

For keeping records and providing a platform for the community so that we can come together and bring social justice to those whom wish to defraud the community.

That is why, after bitcoinica.com refunds me in FULL, I will donate 1000 BTC to the forum.

Maria.

Let me see if I got this right. You, as the acting liaison, will transfer 1,000 BTC received from Bitcoinica and give them indirectly to Mt. Gox, a place where said amount is probably currently residing. If that's the case, make sure you deduct your 0.65% transfer fee prior to completing said transfer.

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Actually Bruno, you more than anybody has put a tremendous amount of effort therefore, I want to donate 500 BTC to you. You deserve a lot more and im sure more will come for you.

Last, I want to donate another 500 BTC to Gavin Andersen. The true hero!!

Maria.
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June 10, 2012, 06:56:10 PM
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How sweet!
Can i hug you?

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June 10, 2012, 07:08:55 PM
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We sometimes forget to thank the behind the scene heroes which in this case its the people of bitcointalk.org

For keeping records and providing a platform for the community so that we can come together and bring social justice to those whom wish to defraud the community.

That is why, after bitcoinica.com refunds me in FULL, I will donate 1000 BTC to the forum.

Maria.

Let me see if I got this right. You, as the acting liaison, will transfer 1,000 BTC received from Bitcoinica and give them indirectly to Mt. Gox, a place where said amount is probably currently residing. If that's the case, make sure you deduct your 0.65% transfer fee prior to completing said transfer.

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Actually Bruno, you more than anybody has put a tremendous amount of effort therefore, I want to donate 500 BTC to you. You deserve a lot more and im sure more will come for you.

Last, I want to donate another 500 BTC to Gavin Andersen. The true hero!!

Maria.

Thanks, Maria, and I in turn will donate it to Matthew at Bitcoin Magazine for putting out a fine magazine. I now somehow see this virtual currency gaining traction. Let's keep the velocity going and see where it takes us.

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June 10, 2012, 07:15:19 PM
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I'm open for donations, will take them straight to the next whiskey bar (read: room77) to spend on burgers and beer.
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June 11, 2012, 12:35:49 AM
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I'm open for donations, will take them straight to the next whiskey bar (read: room77) to spend on burgers and beer.

I see what you're trying to do, 2weiX. You're trying to cut in line to try to get your donation first. End of the line, bud.

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June 11, 2012, 12:41:37 AM
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I'm just holding out for BTC pseudo-anonymous sperm bank donations.

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June 11, 2012, 12:45:21 AM
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I'm just holding out for BTC pseudo-anonymous sperm bank donations.

Then we'd see new sockpuppets on the forum called "SpermExchanger" and "Tricks".

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June 11, 2012, 12:47:21 AM
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I'm just holding out for BTC pseudo-anonymous sperm bank donations.

Then we'd see new sockpuppets on the forum called "SpermExchanger" and "Tricks".

Tricks are for kids.

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June 11, 2012, 12:52:20 AM
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I'm just holding out for BTC pseudo-anonymous sperm bank donations.

Then we'd see new sockpuppets on the forum called "SpermExchanger" and "Tricks".

Thank you MNW, for the nightmares I'll have  Undecided

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June 11, 2012, 12:58:59 AM
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I'm just holding out for BTC pseudo-anonymous sperm bank donations.

Then we'd see new sockpuppets on the forum called "SpermExchanger" and "Tricks".

Thank you MNW, for the nightmares I'll have  Undecided

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June 11, 2012, 01:04:03 AM
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This reeks of BS...

Utter PR BS, this does not make you look good in my eyes..  Bribery ? Favourtism? There is so many angles on this that dont sit right..

The more you speak, the more I believe what Matthew has been saying all along...  That and the fact your the least likely person on this forum I believe to be a female...






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June 11, 2012, 01:11:55 AM
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This reeks of BS...

Utter PR BS, this does not make you look good in my eyes..  Bribery ? Favourtism? There is so many angles on this that dont sit right..

The more you speak, the more I believe what Matthew has been saying all along...  That and the fact your the least likely person on this forum I believe to be a female...

*gasp*

Consequences will never be the same!

(Look up CoinExchanger posts on this forum for all the evidence you need including CoinExchanger getting caught red-handed by me for creating the sockpuppet Maria).

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June 11, 2012, 01:19:55 AM
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This reeks of BS...

Utter PR BS, this does not make you look good in my eyes..  Bribery ? Favourtism? There is so many angles on this that dont sit right..

The more you speak, the more I believe what Matthew has been saying all along...  That and the fact your the least likely person on this forum I believe to be a female...

*gasp*

Consequences will never be the same!

(Look up CoinExchanger posts on this forum for all the evidence you need including CoinExchanger getting caught red-handed by me for creating the sockpuppet Maria).


I've been following mildly.. I do know "s/him" is a sock puppet for coin exchanger..

I just dont see how this stupid post can help anything.. 

It just dosent sit right at all, I almost think they are trying to be serious..

If its all jokes, I get it..   

But is this an attempt as gaining trust/love/respect ?  Or just plain getting their supposed stolen coins back from bitcoinica?


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June 11, 2012, 01:26:25 AM
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This reeks of BS...

Utter PR BS, this does not make you look good in my eyes..  Bribery ? Favourtism? There is so many angles on this that dont sit right..

The more you speak, the more I believe what Matthew has been saying all along...  That and the fact your the least likely person on this forum I believe to be a female...

*gasp*

Consequences will never be the same!

(Look up CoinExchanger posts on this forum for all the evidence you need including CoinExchanger getting caught red-handed by me for creating the sockpuppet Maria).


I've been following mildly.. I do know "s/him" is a sock puppet for coin exchanger..

I just dont see how this stupid post can help anything..  

It just dosent sit right at all, I almost think they are trying to be serious..

If its all jokes, I get it..  

But is this an attempt as gaining trust/love/respect ?  Or just plain getting their supposed stolen coins back from bitcoinica?



Allow me to shed some light on how CoinExchanger works. The golden rule of all communication for CoinExchanger is that all communication should be designed to:

  • Self-promote
  • Belittle the receiver
  • Vaguely mimic professionalism
  • Get as much attention as possible

This is another Atlas thing where they believe "Any publicity is good publicity".

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June 11, 2012, 01:28:26 AM
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We sometimes forget to thank the behind the scene heroes which in this case its the people of bitcointalk.org

For keeping records and providing a platform for the community so that we can come together and bring social justice to those whom wish to defraud the community.

That is why, after bitcoinica.com refunds me in FULL, I will donate 1000 BTC to the forum.

Maria.

Let me see if I got this right. You, as the acting liaison, will transfer 1,000 BTC received from Bitcoinica and give them indirectly to Mt. Gox, a place where said amount is probably currently residing. If that's the case, make sure you deduct your 0.65% transfer fee prior to completing said transfer.

~Cackling Bear~


Actually Bruno, you more than anybody has put a tremendous amount of effort therefore, I want to donate 500 BTC to you. You deserve a lot more and im sure more will come for you.

Last, I want to donate another 500 BTC to Gavin Andersen. The true hero!!

Maria.

Thanks, Maria, and I in turn will donate it to Matthew at Bitcoin Magazine for putting out a fine magazine. I now somehow see this virtual currency gaining traction. Let's keep the velocity going and see where it takes us.

~Cackling Bear~


I forgot about the Bitcoin Magazine Bruno, Thanks!! It is a fine piece indeed and to support your cause I will donate 500 BTC to the Bitcoin Magazine as well!!

So thats:

1000 BTC bitcointalk.org
500 BTC Bruno
500 BTC Gavin Andersen
500 BTC Bitcoin magazine

bitcoinica, we are waiting.

Maria.
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June 11, 2012, 01:29:14 AM
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This is another Atlas thing where they believe "Any publicity is good publicity".
That much was fairly obvious even before the skype logs that confirmed it.

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