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January 16, 2015, 07:49:49 PM
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Ponzi Game!
Launched: TODAY (January 16th, 2015 at 8:48 PM)
Current Status: OPEN
Payout: 134%

NO more waiting for rounds to end! Once there's enough to payout, we payout!


Ponzi Address: 147aGHB62ZBNLAas56xqYCgx7HLnQMhnJv

http://swiftponzi.gq/


http://i.imgur.com/j5s8Uty.jpg


How Does A Ponzi Work?

It's simple, you send whatever Bitcoin you have to the ponzi address. Then, wait until someone sends Bitcoin to the address after you. You will then receive back what you originally gave, plus a little cut from the recent depositors funds (precisely 30% more of your investment).


Are There Any Risks?

Yes, there is. There is always a tiny risk that someone will not invest after you. This situation is highly unlikely within the first couple days, but the risks grows as the ponzi goes on. If this thread has less than 3 or 4 pages, it should be clear to invest!


How Do I Know You Won't Scam?


We take a small cut of 2-3% of each payout to run things such as website costs and effort. In the long run, we can make much more money running this service rather than being theives and stealing your money.


How Fast Do I Get My Coins Back?

As soon you deposit, you are put into a line-up based on a first-come first-serve basis. As soon as you hit the front of the line, you wait until enough is in the hot wallet for your payout. Once enough is in, you get your money back! Easy as that. Mininal waiting time!


You Have Negative Trust, Why?

Ponzis are looked down upon for the risk they serve, but that doesn't mean anything about being a scammer or not. All ponzi runners have negative trust.





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