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February 02, 2015, 04:32:17 AM
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Quote from: picolo on January 31, 2015, 05:17:39 AM

Quote from: Bubbsandbubbs3 on January 13, 2015, 08:51:42 AM

Have you considered putting money on a website that says "How to multiply your Bitcoins hundredfold in a day?" DON'T.

These websites are scams, and yes, there is a lot of them. Are they ALL hackers who found a flaw in Bitcoin? Hopefully not! And notice all these websites say the EXACT same thing, but with different domains and addresses.

Second, people have reported bad experiences with them.

Third, why would they even release this to the public? I mean, seriously, 0.9 BTC free in one DAY? Why not just use it for yourself?

Last but not least, (this probably supplies the most evidence) although the payouts displayed on the website differ, the blockchain payouts are ALL THE SAME, which means they probably pay to STOLEN MONEY to one of their partners in crime.

I also truly hope this IS a scam, or else this will crash the Bitcoin economy.


Yes you are right. It is better to invest in reliable investing schemes.


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February 05, 2015, 01:48:36 PM
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Quote from: mayax
Quote from: picolo on January 31, 2015, 05:17:39 AM

Quote from: Bubbsandbubbs3 on January 13, 2015, 08:51:42 AM

Have you considered putting money on a website that says "How to multiply your Bitcoins hundredfold in a day?" DON'T.

These websites are scams, and yes, there is a lot of them. Are they ALL hackers who found a flaw in Bitcoin? Hopefully not! And notice all these websites say the EXACT same thing, but with different domains and addresses.

Second, people have reported bad experiences with them.

Third, why would they even release this to the public? I mean, seriously, 0.9 BTC free in one DAY? Why not just use it for yourself?

Last but not least, (this probably supplies the most evidence) although the payouts displayed on the website differ, the blockchain payouts are ALL THE SAME, which means they probably pay to STOLEN MONEY to one of their partners in crime.

I also truly hope this IS a scam, or else this will crash the Bitcoin economy.


Yes you are right. It is better to invest in reliable investing schemes.


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"reliable investing schemes"? tell me ONE ! Smiley
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February 05, 2015, 03:57:02 PM
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Have you considered putting money on a website that says "How to multiply your Bitcoins hundredfold in a day?" DON'T.

These websites are scams, and yes, there is a lot of them. Are they ALL hackers who found a flaw in Bitcoin? Hopefully not! And notice all these websites say the EXACT same thing, but with different domains and addresses.

Second, people have reported bad experiences with them.

Third, why would they even release this to the public? I mean, seriously, 0.9 BTC free in one DAY? Why not just use it for yourself?

Last but not least, (this probably supplies the most evidence) although the payouts displayed on the website differ, the blockchain payouts are ALL THE SAME, which means they probably pay to STOLEN MONEY to one of their partners in crime.

I also truly hope this IS a scam, or else this will crash the Bitcoin economy.
Agree that ponzies are scams. This thread should be pinned on gambling board so that hundreds of people don't loose their money.
says the guy wth -8 trust Tongue

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February 06, 2015, 03:17:21 PM
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Have you considered putting money on a website that says "How to multiply your Bitcoins hundredfold in a day?" DON'T.

These websites are scams, and yes, there is a lot of them. Are they ALL hackers who found a flaw in Bitcoin? Hopefully not! And notice all these websites say the EXACT same thing, but with different domains and addresses.

Second, people have reported bad experiences with them.

Third, why would they even release this to the public? I mean, seriously, 0.9 BTC free in one DAY? Why not just use it for yourself?

Last but not least, (this probably supplies the most evidence) although the payouts displayed on the website differ, the blockchain payouts are ALL THE SAME, which means they probably pay to STOLEN MONEY to one of their partners in crime.

I also truly hope this IS a scam, or else this will crash the Bitcoin economy.
Agree that ponzies are scams. This thread should be pinned on gambling board so that hundreds of people don't loose their money.
says the guy wth -8 trust Tongue

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February 06, 2015, 03:19:26 PM
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By now I would assume people know the game with 'double your coins' but they just choose to gamble on the pretext they wont be the last to deposit and turn profit, but may as well gamble their bitcoins on a dice game, yet they still send their coins in these schemes, it's quite the phenomenon.

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March 08, 2018, 10:12:49 AM
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In my opinion, it is quite obvious that these kind of deals are all scams
Anything that good will not be offered to the public for sure
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March 08, 2018, 02:49:16 PM
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Of course any website that offers such high ROI (x2 in a few days, 5% daily...) are either pure scam, either ponzi schemes that will collapse very quickly.
It's also available for "mining" websites that offer you btc for free, but you have to pay to withdraw. These are scams, and even if you pay, they won't allow you to withdraw as much or more than what you've paid.

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March 09, 2018, 04:41:07 PM
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Have you considered putting money on a website that says "How to multiply your Bitcoins hundredfold in a day?" DON'T.

These websites are scams, and yes, there is a lot of them. Are they ALL hackers who found a flaw in Bitcoin? Hopefully not! And notice all these websites say the EXACT same thing, but with different domains and addresses.

Second, people have reported bad experiences with them.

Third, why would they even release this to the public? I mean, seriously, 0.9 BTC free in one DAY? Why not just use it for yourself?

Last but not least, (this probably supplies the most evidence) although the payouts displayed on the website differ, the blockchain payouts are ALL THE SAME, which means they probably pay to STOLEN MONEY to one of their partners in crime.

I also truly hope this IS a scam, or else this will crash the Bitcoin economy.

Yes, 100 % scam.
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