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October 03, 2012, 08:31:51 PM
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I'm starting to think we definitely have our man.   On Ryan Walkers facebook page, he has also liked "High Performance Rebuilds (HPR)" - https://www.facebook.com/pages/High-Performance-Rebuilds-HPR/172626666081205

RustyRyan posted this here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=100217.msg1095217#msg1095217


Seems more than a coincidence that the name found in Rusty's PGP key happens to match a guy with the same name with the same interests that also happens to be into Bitcoin.

He does, however, mention here that he's in the US - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=100217.msg1107119#msg1107119  .  That's not necessarily true though I suppose, but we'll see.  Chasing down some other info as we speak.

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October 03, 2012, 09:59:07 PM
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It doesn't have to be just that one person.

God what a month...

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October 04, 2012, 08:30:07 AM
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It's not acceptable to tolerate scummers and liars in our community.
They are destroying Bitcoin scene.

His Steam profile: http://steamcommunity.com/id/rustyzz
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October 04, 2012, 08:30:45 AM
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Thanks steamgames Smiley

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The funny thing is...not only did he rip off an entire community, he ripped off an entire community of hackers  Wink
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October 04, 2012, 11:39:20 PM
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The funny thing is...not only did he rip off an entire community, he ripped off an entire community of hackers  Wink

...to be fair, he ripped off a tiny fraction of a community of hackers.

So funny this, and Dank, are among the few still alive

RustyRyan (unlike nckrazze) is not stupid enough to lose his coins to a competing scam.

Strong hands:
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Depositor:       Deposit Amount:      Weekly Interest Rate:      Term Length:      Deposit Return Date:
Eisenberg               200 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 10/28/2012
Anonymous #6            200 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 10/28/2012
phantitox               161 BTC                       3.0%           4 weeks                 09/23/2012
Anonymous #3            100 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 10/14/2012
LoweryCBS                95 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 11/04/2012     
Anonymous #7             50 BTC                       3.0%          12 weeks                 11/25/2012
Anonymous #4             50 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 10/28/2012
Anonymous #2             50 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 10/14/2012
Anonymous #5             40 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 10/28/2012
area                     40 BTC                       2.5%           4 weeks                 09/30/2012
oneoctet                 30 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 10/28/2012
1Pakis                   30 BTC                       3.0%           4 weeks                 09/23/2012
"Flying Dutchman Fund"   20 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 10/28/2012
Buffer Overflow          20 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 10/28/2012
cantor                   15 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 11/04/2012
Onichan                  15 BTC                       3.0%           4 weeks                 09/16/2012
payb.tc                  10 BTC                       2.5%           4 weeks                 10/07/2012
janosxj                  10 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 11/04/2012
Soros Shorts             10 BTC                       3.0%           4 weeks                 09/23/2012
warmach                  10 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 10/14/2012
Ocean6                   10 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 10/14/2012
thirdlight               10 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 09/23/2012
PatrickHarnett           10 BTC                       3.0%           8 weeks                 09/23/2012
softwareseller           10 BTC                       3.0%          12 weeks                 11/04/2012
zakariax                 10 BTC                       3.0%           4 weeks                 10/07/2012
MoinCoin                 10 BTC                       3.0%           4 weeks                 09/16/2012 
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Total Deposits: 1216 BTC

25 people, around 0.012% of all bitcoins already mined.

Still, nice easy scammy profit...

I dont mind people starting loans but come on on, 7 posts and you allready go out and offer interest. o_0
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October 05, 2012, 12:10:44 AM
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I didn't get the interest on 9/23 9/30

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October 05, 2012, 03:04:06 AM
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I didn't get the interest on 9/23 9/30

really? that's coz it's a scam. start reading halfway down page 8.
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October 05, 2012, 02:39:28 PM
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phantitox,

I am replying to some of those that have messaged me within the last week just to let you know, I'll be complying in a way that I can within the next week. At no point in this project have I had the mental agenda to blatantly wrong anyone. From this point on, it's a "believe it or not" type of scenario, because I would be in the same frustrated state as many of my depositors. I don't want to insult you or other depositors with a million excuses, but this is honestly my current situation. Firstly, I was already having a full bad month in fund-flow, so the project was becoming more and more negative. However, what is more relevant is that my computer was stolen (which had my default bitcoin client wallet and my depositor info spreadsheet), as well as much of my mining operation and the few rigs and bfl singles that were not, broken. I've had to borrow a laptop just to write this.

I must admit that the first week of silence was due to fear of simply not knowing what to do, and the thought that no one would possibly believe where I'm at, as I'm an anxiety driven person. Despite my situation, I do not want to be someone responsible for making a mess and leaving people unwhole. I'll take names as stupid, incapable, coward, and so on because that is what I feel, and what I have shown to my depositors and the community.

My plan however, is to do what is promised on my OP thread. This being providing 25% of deposit principal in the event of complete failure, default, insolvency, etc. I've backed up my spreadsheet of depositor info in the past, but I do not currently have a complete updated version. So I'll need to either have to request that all depositors send me their repayment addresses and other info, possibly find a backup that I simply don't remember yet, or go through all past messages and tally info up one by one figuring amounts, anonymous or not, and return addresses. As for timing of the 25% return, I will most likely have to split it up into halves sending one payment first (which is as soon as I have all depositor's info, so hopefully in a matter of a few days), and the next one in a week or two. Timing is all relying on what funds I can get together at once (probably the second payment coming from a  loan) to come close to the 25% amount.

Ryan

after this i send the repayment address, and ask him why he didnt update the OP ... stil no answer since that. anyway s i dont expect much from this.  Roll Eyes
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October 05, 2012, 02:51:49 PM
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phantitox,

I am replying to some of those that have messaged me within the last week just to let you know, I'll be complying in a way that I can within the next week. At no point in this project have I had the mental agenda to blatantly wrong anyone. From this point on, it's a "believe it or not" type of scenario, because I would be in the same frustrated state as many of my depositors. I don't want to insult you or other depositors with a million excuses, but this is honestly my current situation. Firstly, I was already having a full bad month in fund-flow, so the project was becoming more and more negative. However, what is more relevant is that my computer was stolen (which had my default bitcoin client wallet and my depositor info spreadsheet), as well as much of my mining operation and the few rigs and bfl singles that were not, broken. I've had to borrow a laptop just to write this.

I must admit that the first week of silence was due to fear of simply not knowing what to do, and the thought that no one would possibly believe where I'm at, as I'm an anxiety driven person. Despite my situation, I do not want to be someone responsible for making a mess and leaving people unwhole. I'll take names as stupid, incapable, coward, and so on because that is what I feel, and what I have shown to my depositors and the community.

My plan however, is to do what is promised on my OP thread. This being providing 25% of deposit principal in the event of complete failure, default, insolvency, etc. I've backed up my spreadsheet of depositor info in the past, but I do not currently have a complete updated version. So I'll need to either have to request that all depositors send me their repayment addresses and other info, possibly find a backup that I simply don't remember yet, or go through all past messages and tally info up one by one figuring amounts, anonymous or not, and return addresses. As for timing of the 25% return, I will most likely have to split it up into halves sending one payment first (which is as soon as I have all depositor's info, so hopefully in a matter of a few days), and the next one in a week or two. Timing is all relying on what funds I can get together at once (probably the second payment coming from a  loan) to come close to the 25% amount.

Ryan

after this i send the repayment address, and ask him why he didnt update the OP ... stil no answer since that. anyway s i dont expect much from this.  Roll Eyes
Sounds like someone who realises they're a bit fucked and wants to try and fob off their "investors" with 25% of their funds.

A quick message to Ryan's family and possibly a visit to his house should be enough to verify whether any such break-in occured.
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October 05, 2012, 03:24:16 PM
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phantitox,

I am replying to some of those that have messaged me within the last week just to let you know, I'll be complying in a way that I can within the next week. At no point in this project have I had the mental agenda to blatantly wrong anyone. From this point on, it's a "believe it or not" type of scenario, because I would be in the same frustrated state as many of my depositors. I don't want to insult you or other depositors with a million excuses, but this is honestly my current situation. Firstly, I was already having a full bad month in fund-flow, so the project was becoming more and more negative. However, what is more relevant is that my computer was stolen (which had my default bitcoin client wallet and my depositor info spreadsheet), as well as much of my mining operation and the few rigs and bfl singles that were not, broken. I've had to borrow a laptop just to write this.

I must admit that the first week of silence was due to fear of simply not knowing what to do, and the thought that no one would possibly believe where I'm at, as I'm an anxiety driven person. Despite my situation, I do not want to be someone responsible for making a mess and leaving people unwhole. I'll take names as stupid, incapable, coward, and so on because that is what I feel, and what I have shown to my depositors and the community.

My plan however, is to do what is promised on my OP thread. This being providing 25% of deposit principal in the event of complete failure, default, insolvency, etc. I've backed up my spreadsheet of depositor info in the past, but I do not currently have a complete updated version. So I'll need to either have to request that all depositors send me their repayment addresses and other info, possibly find a backup that I simply don't remember yet, or go through all past messages and tally info up one by one figuring amounts, anonymous or not, and return addresses. As for timing of the 25% return, I will most likely have to split it up into halves sending one payment first (which is as soon as I have all depositor's info, so hopefully in a matter of a few days), and the next one in a week or two. Timing is all relying on what funds I can get together at once (probably the second payment coming from a  loan) to come close to the 25% amount.

Ryan

after this i send the repayment address, and ask him why he didnt update the OP ... stil no answer since that. anyway s i dont expect much from this.  Roll Eyes
Sounds like someone who realises they're a bit fucked and wants to try and fob off their "investors" with 25% of their funds.

A quick message to Ryan's family and possibly a visit to his house should be enough to verify whether any such break-in occured.

Of course this recent development has nothing to do with his name etc been recently discovered when he previously thought he was completely anonymous.

Anyway police would of given you a crime number when you reported the theft. Can you please post it on here please and we'll go from there.


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October 05, 2012, 07:20:07 PM
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Seems like the 25% was his backup get out clause, In case he should be found out, I really cant believe this story, No wallet.dat backup???
Also He logged on 1am on the 2nd Oct, and claimed he only got (borrowed) a laptop on the 4th which was the first time he had been back???

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October 05, 2012, 07:27:38 PM
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Seems like the 25% was his backup get out clause, In case he should be found out, I really cant believe this story, No wallet.dat backup???
Also He logged on 1am on the 2nd Oct, and claimed he only got (borrowed) a laptop on the 4th which was the first time he had been back???
It's obvious bullshit.
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Seems like the 25% was his backup get out clause, In case he should be found out, I really cant believe this story, No wallet.dat backup???
Also He logged on 1am on the 2nd Oct, and claimed he only got (borrowed) a laptop on the 4th which was the first time he had been back???

Yes that's because on the 2nd he thought he was still safely anonymous and could keep 100% of the coins.
He's not anonymous anymore, and now wondering if people are going to start knocking on his door. So he had to quickly knit together this stolen computer story and only keep 75% of the coins.

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October 05, 2012, 09:26:18 PM
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So what are the conclusions? Ryan and NCKrazze are the same person? They are friends?

Is Rusty Ryan = Ryan Walker?

Is he from California or Australia? It looks like you guys found some useful clues, but they sometimes contradict one another.
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A quick message to Ryan's family and possibly a visit to his house should be enough to verify whether any such break-in occured.

Hahaha. "Yes, hello, your family member Ryan stole some of my internet monopoly money."

Man, I would laugh at you on the phone, if you turned up at my house I would laugh in your face, and the police would laugh at you, but they wouldn't laugh at me when I reported you for intimidation and harassing my family.

When will you people learn that Bitcoins can be stolen with complete impunity? No government in the world recognizes them as a currency, a commodity, or a financial instrument of any kind. Why on earth do you expect a government law enforcement agency to step in when you are dumb enough to be scammed out of your coins?

Here's an easy answer: stop giving them to people who you don't know or trust because they offer to borrow from you at an insanely large interest rate. You'd think that would be common sense even for real, government issued money with legal recourse, let alone fucking Bitcoin which is anonymous and has no legal standing.

Stealing Bitcoin isn't a crime. You wanted a currency that exists outside of governmental systems, and now you've got one. Stop crying to the police when people steal them from you. It's YOUR responsibility to protect your coins. If you are too fucking stupid to do that, and you can't help yourself from just handing them to anyone who asks, then you shouldn't be involved in Bitcoin in the first place.

To everyone who lost coins in various Ponzi schemes: I am glad you had your money taken from you. You would only have spent it unwisely. I hope that you have been left at such a severe financial disadvantage that you are unable to look after your children and they are taken from you by the state so they can be looked after by people with better critical faculties than your own. If you don't yet have children, I hope that the financial loss leaves you stinking and in rags so you are unable to reproduce. Your genes should not be passed on to humanity.
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A quick message to Ryan's family and possibly a visit to his house should be enough to verify whether any such break-in occured.

Hahaha. "Yes, hello, your family member Ryan stole some of my internet monopoly money."

Man, I would laugh at you on the phone, if you turned up at my house I would laugh in your face, and the police would laugh at you, but they wouldn't laugh at me when I reported you for intimidation and harassing my family.



Well we'll see won't we.   

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A quick message to Ryan's family and possibly a visit to his house should be enough to verify whether any such break-in occured.

Hahaha. "Yes, hello, your family member Ryan stole some of my internet monopoly money."

Man, I would laugh at you on the phone, if you turned up at my house I would laugh in your face, and the police would laugh at you, but they wouldn't laugh at me when I reported you for intimidation and harassing my family.

When will you people learn that Bitcoins can be stolen with complete impunity? No government in the world recognizes them as a currency, a commodity, or a financial instrument of any kind. Why on earth do you expect a government law enforcement agency to step in when you are dumb enough to be scammed out of your coins?

Here's an easy answer: stop giving them to people who you don't know or trust because they offer to borrow from you at an insanely large interest rate. You'd think that would be common sense even for real, government issued money with legal recourse, let alone fucking Bitcoin which is anonymous and has no legal standing.

Stealing Bitcoin isn't a crime. You wanted a currency that exists outside of governmental systems, and now you've got one. Stop crying to the police when people steal them from you. It's YOUR responsibility to protect your coins. If you are too fucking stupid to do that, and you can't help yourself from just handing them to anyone who asks, then you shouldn't be involved in Bitcoin in the first place.

To everyone who lost coins in various Ponzi schemes: I am glad you had your money taken from you. You would only have spent it unwisely. I hope that you have been left at such a severe financial disadvantage that you are unable to look after your children and they are taken from you by the state so they can be looked after by people with better critical faculties than your own. If you don't yet have children, I hope that the financial loss leaves you stinking and in rags so you are unable to reproduce. Your genes should not be passed on to humanity.

Well, if I employed these services:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=6094.msg89503#msg89503

I hope the work would be more professionally written out than this anger fuelled scrawl.

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Well, if I employed these services:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=6094.msg89503#msg89503

I hope the work would be more professionally written out than this anger fuelled scrawl.


Haha anger? Why would I be angry? I have all my Bitcoin.

Surely the angry ones are those who are planning to turn up at this young man's door?

I don't offer those services anymore (I am back at my full time job), but if you think that my post is badly written then we will have to respectfully agree to disagree. To be honest I think you are desperately clutching at some non existent straws, in a bizarre attempt to criticize or possibly insult me.

I am sorry you lost coins. I think you should take this as an expensive lesson about your own shortcomings and lack of wisdom.
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