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Question: Did you lose in ponzi's
Yes, and still losing and falling for it - 10 (13.7%)
No, won a lot, step in early and leave - 17 (23.3%)
No, will not touch ponzi's with a ten foot pole - 22 (30.1%)
Yes, but not much - 24 (32.9%)
Total Voters: 73

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January 26, 2016, 06:31:14 PM
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I have a great strategy for these ponzis.

Invest a small amount (an amount between 0.01BTC-0.001BTC).
If on a doubler, once it has doubled, reinvest the capital.
Repeat doing this, and, as long as you get your first payment, you are technically guarenteed to not lose any of your Bitcoins (though there are still some risks!).

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January 26, 2016, 06:51:01 PM
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I wouldn't touch Ponzis with your ten foot pole.

It amazes me that people try to make money doing these sort of scams, and I mean not the ones who are running them.  They're just stupid schemes that pander to the basest instincts in those who love to lose money.  And there are so many of those folks right here on this forum.  Don't do it.

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January 26, 2016, 06:58:46 PM
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I wouldn't touch Ponzis with your ten foot pole.

It amazes me that people try to make money doing these sort of scams, and I mean not the ones who are running them.  They're just stupid schemes that pander to the basest instincts in those who love to lose money.  And there are so many of those folks right here on this forum.  Don't do it.

So, where do you suggest we should invest?
Sorry for asking...

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