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March 15, 2015, 04:15:33 PM
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Ore-mine.com pays.
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March 15, 2015, 04:22:18 PM
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BitCone.net restarted balances etc.and paying now.

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March 15, 2015, 06:38:11 PM
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BitCone.net restarted balances etc.and paying now.

I confirm, received two payments today from BitCone.net.
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March 15, 2015, 06:42:54 PM
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BitCone.net restarted balances etc.and paying now.

I confirm, received two payments today from BitCone.net.

How do you do this? My income hit the max and when I withdraw it gives me very little to my balance. Why is this? can you help me?
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March 15, 2015, 07:03:59 PM
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@dmugetsu you should add an address for donations, I will be glad to deposit some there to keep the good work going on Smiley

dmugetsu mentioned he doesn't need any donations, he is doing this to keep the community safe (so nice of him!); but if anybody is still persstent on donating, his Bitcoin addressis listed o his profile page:

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@dmugetsu: You're doing a wonderful job!  Smiley
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March 15, 2015, 07:25:13 PM
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I agree with Tom regarding Bitzfree.
It can not be a Ponzi Scam when there is no option for investment.
It looks like a free faucet (with the source of revenue from ads) with additional games like 'hacking other users' etc ...

BTW, compliments for a great thread!

Ive been on Bitzfree for a while as well. They have a lot of people showing withdrawals on their facebook page.
They listen to their users on the forums and they do requent updates and stay active. So far my only issue is being hacked.
Produced over 700 Gh/s and am sitting on 400. Rip me.
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I agree with Tom regarding Bitzfree.
It can not be a Ponzi Scam when there is no option for investment.
It looks like a free faucet (with the source of revenue from ads) with additional games like 'hacking other users' etc ...

BTW, compliments for a great thread!

Ive been on Bitzfree for a while as well. They have a lot of people showing withdrawals on their facebook page.
They listen to their users on the forums and they do requent updates and stay active. So far my only issue is being hacked.
Produced over 700 Gh/s and am sitting on 400. Rip me.


Well, if I understand correctly they can not hack if you're logged in and click something every few minutes.
And when you're not online you have the 'Freeze Account' function or you can have someone else to manage it for you.
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March 16, 2015, 03:08:07 AM
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Nice work and love the OP formatting!
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March 16, 2015, 03:11:32 AM
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Ore-mine.com pays.

Where has Ore-mine been put? I have been using ore-mine since it practically started, I am at quite high levels and it has never failed to pay me once in the time I have been on it. For a site that looks so crap and shoddy, it has been one of the most stable for me for months Smiley
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I agree with Tom regarding Bitzfree.
It can not be a Ponzi Scam when there is no option for investment.
It looks like a free faucet (with the source of revenue from ads) with additional games like 'hacking other users' etc ...

BTW, compliments for a great thread!

Ive been on Bitzfree for a while as well. They have a lot of people showing withdrawals on their facebook page.
They listen to their users on the forums and they do requent updates and stay active. So far my only issue is being hacked.
Produced over 700 Gh/s and am sitting on 400. Rip me.


Well, if I understand correctly they can not hack if you're logged in and click something every few minutes.
And when you're not online you have the 'Freeze Account' function or you can have someone else to manage it for you.

True! You have to keep clicking convert all bonus to GHS constantly inbetween what you are doing so no one can hack you. Plus it puts your hack rating up sky high so no one bothers anyway. And if your only issue is being hacked and that is part of the game then I guess no Issue. Fair play getting to 700. I'm still on about 450 and about day and half till I can get anywhere near the 0.005 you need to withdraw
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March 16, 2015, 03:18:03 AM
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Ore-mine.com pays.

Where has Ore-mine been put? I have been using ore-mine since it practically started, I am at quite high levels and it has never failed to pay me once in the time I have been on it. For a site that looks so crap and shoddy, it has been one of the most stable for me for months Smiley

I don't see a bitcointalk thread hence it's not here.
The thread is based around bitcointalk threaded sites only Smiley

My apologies Smiley I had assumed it was on the list which was why Sector was commenting. I will say though, as dodgy ponzi's go. They would be in your top 5 Cheesy Cheesy
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March 16, 2015, 07:50:16 AM
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ore-mine added, thanks to fiiasco, he made a thread!
no problem  Roll Eyes

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Review us if you like.

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Bitcointalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=992234.0
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March 16, 2015, 09:35:36 AM
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Nice Info, but i already caught in one of those Ponzis Undecided
They're bad people, admit it, ponzi is dangerous, don't even trust them
I lost 5k Doge on a ponzi site Undecided

After that, i never invest anywhere, then it's better cloud mining Cheesy
But, actually cloud mining don't guarantee your profit, but it's still worth it Grin
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Nice Info, but i already caught in one of those Ponzis Undecided
They're bad people, admit it, ponzi is dangerous, don't even trust them
I lost 5k Doge on a ponzi site Undecided

After that, i never invest anywhere, then it's better cloud mining Cheesy
But, actually cloud mining don't guarantee your profit, but it's still worth it Grin

You are joking?
Cloud Mining is massive scam on long term
I would rather invest in crypto double again  Undecided

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March 16, 2015, 11:42:54 AM
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You are joking?
Cloud Mining is massive scam on long term
I would rather invest in crypto double again  Undecided

Valid cloud mining can be profitable. I am doing well on hashnest. Over 60% profit in less than two months.
Though, a bit of trading is necessary not just passive mining.
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March 16, 2015, 12:49:03 PM
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Hi ! Thanks for all these very usefull infos and i see that you update the info regularely  ! I'll send a donation right now !. Plz continue your good work !  Smiley

Can you check out this one plz : http://cryptocoinx2.com/  Huh

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The amount of ponzi's in this section are out of control...
Keep this thread bumped to know which ponzi's are new and in their paying phases and which ones have collapsed

* = Not an admitted ponzi game or faucet type game, will last a lot shorter than an admitted game and is promising outrageous returns for something like "trading" (HYIP like site)
* = HYIP or unadmitted ponzi game that has paid substantial amounts (over 50BTC)
* = Admitted ponzi game or well established HYIP (over 100BTC paid), proceed with caution, though in my opinion a lot safer than a HYIP (non-admitted site)
** = Admitted ponzi game with over 100BTC volume or well established HYIP with over 200BTC volume. Be careful as these sites MAY be on the brink of collapse, though have proven to be trustworthy with large amounts of BTC/altcoins.

PAYING:
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Auto/Manual
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Trustability
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Date Launched
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Currencies Accepted
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Plans Offerred
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BCT Thread
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Status
Ponzi|
CryptoIncrease**
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Auto
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90%
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14/12/2014
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Bitcoin + 12 Altcoins
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Variable
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PAYING
Multi|
MultiCryptos**
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Auto
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75%
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05/02/2015
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Bitcoin, 40+ Altcoins
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Variable
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PAYING
Ponzi|
Nine9 Ninja**
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Auto
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70%
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13/02/2015
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Bitcoin + 6 Altcoins
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125%
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PAYING
Ponzi|
7 Day Ponzi*
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Auto
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70%
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01/03/2015
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Bitcoin
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130%
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PAYING
Faucet|
Ore Mine*
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Auto
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60%
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03/2015
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Bitcoin
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Variable
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PAYING
Pyramid|
Bitcoin Bricks*
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Auto
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50%
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03/03/2015
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Bitcoin
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Variable
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PAYING
Faucet|
BitCone*
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Auto
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35%
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12/03/2015
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Bitcoin
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Variable
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PAYING
**BE CAUTIOUS** these may collapse at any time


WATCHLIST:
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Site Name
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Site URL
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Auto/Manual
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Trustability
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Date Launched
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Currencies Accepted
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Plans Offerred
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BCT Thread
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Status
Ponzi|
SimplePonzi
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Auto
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50%
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14/03/2015
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Bitcoin + 15 altcoins
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125%
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WATCHLIST
Multi
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CryptosChain
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Auto
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45%
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09/03/2015
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Bitcoin, 40+ Altcoins
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Up to 13780x
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WATCHLIST
Ponzi
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Bit-Ponzi
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Auto
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25%
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14/03/2015
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Bitcoin
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200%
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WATCHLIST


COLLAPSED:
Type
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Site Name
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Site URL
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Time Lasted
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Date Launched
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Date Collapsed
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Currencies Accepted
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Plans Offerred
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BCT Thread
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Status
Ponzi|
Ponzi247
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26 Days
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10/02/2015
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08/03/2015
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Bitcoin
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130%
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COLLAPSED
HYIP
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TwoBtcoins
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5 Days
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09/03/2015
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14/03/2015
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Bitcoin +4
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100% in 100 hours
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COLLAPSED
Ponzi
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aBitPonzi
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http://abitponzi.com (ONLINE, beware)
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47 Days
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23/01/2015
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11/03/2015
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Bitcoin
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125%
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COLLAPSED
Faucet
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EggMiner
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3 Days
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04/03/2015
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07/03/2015
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Bitcoin
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Variable
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COLLAPSED
HYIP
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BitcoinRise
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4 Days
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09/03/2015
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13/03/2015
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Bitcoin
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4.6% Hourly
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COLLAPSED
HYIP
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Coin Stream
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6 Days
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01/03/2015
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07/03/2015
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Bitcoin +4
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0.5% Every Hour
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COLLAPSED
HYIP
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BTC-Profit
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2 Days
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07/03/2015
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09/03/2015
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Bitcoin +2
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0.5% Every Hour
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COLLAPSED
Faucet
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BTC Wolf
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15 Days
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23/02/2015
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10/03/2015
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Bitcoin
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Variable
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COLLAPSED
HYIP
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BigDoubler
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4 Days
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27/02/2015
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03/03/2015
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Bitcoin +2
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100% in 100 Hours
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COLLAPSED
Multi
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Crypto Raise
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27 Days
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10/02/2015
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09/03/2015
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Bitcoin +40
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Variable
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COLLAPSED
HYIP
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BitGet
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6 Days
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18/02/2015
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24/02/2015
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Bitcoin
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110% 100hr
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COLLAPSED
HYIP
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DSQprofit
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22 Days
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13/02/2015
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07/03/2015
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Bitcoin +5
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100% in 100 hours
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COLLAPSED
HYIP
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CoinsDouble
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http://coinsdouble.com (ONLINE, beware)
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27 Days
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18/01/2015
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14/02/2015
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Bitcoin +3
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100% in 100 hours
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COLLAPSED
Faucet
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BTC-Flow
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7 Days
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08/01/2015
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15/02/2015
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Bitcoin
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Variable
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COLLAPSED
HYIP
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CryptoCoinX2
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https://cryptocoinx2.com (ONLINE, beware)
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6 Days
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12/02/2015
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18/02/2015
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Bitcoin +40
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100% in 100 hours
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COLLAPSED
Ponzi
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24HourPonzi
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40 Days
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18/01/2015
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27/02/2015
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Bitcoin
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130%
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COLLAPSED
Ponzi
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WeeklyPonzi
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49 Days
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01/09/2015
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27/02/2015
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Bitcoin
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130%
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COLLAPSED
HYIP
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CryptoDouble
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6 Days
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12/02/2014
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18/02/2014
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Bitcoin +200
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100% in 100 hours
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COLLAPSED


Blatant Scam:
Site Name
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Site URL
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Reason
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BCT Thread
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Status
Bit-Ponzi.gq
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Free Domain, Free script, trying to come off as Bit-Ponzi.com. Scam
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OBVIOUS SCAM
Coin Double
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CoinsDouble/CryptoDouble clone, Major fake on the investments page (over 100000? lol)
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OBVIOUS SCAM
Work Offices
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Plain HTML scam. Don't invest.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
BTC Stack
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Another well designed con. After all btcflow, wolf etc have done, would you fall for it all again?
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OBVIOUS SCAM
100BTC.HONOR.ES
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Free domain, manual game, no PHP what so ever.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
BTC Hydra
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On a free domain, basically tells you to send BTC, no PHP at all. Lazy attempt.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
BigDoubleCoin
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Faking investments, pending payments were not paid.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
DoublesCoin
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Faking investments, running on CoinsDouble script with a few tweaks. DO NOT invest.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
BitoBits
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Same script as bitget, same design, owner using alts to vouch for his site.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
mBit.ge
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Free domain. 10x your investment in 24 hours? Scam.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
CryptoInterests.com
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Poorly coded, uses shopping cart interface for deposits. Small payments being paid, not larger ones.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
BitsRus
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Script created by Johnny, coindice developer. Domain is different to site name. BitGet design with mods, scam.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
WeeklyShaft
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Scam, html based site no php, all manual.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
Free24coin
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Scam, coinsdouble clone script. Faking deposits.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
ExCaliburPonzi
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Crap design, all HTML. Scam.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
BitcoinTaboo.com
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Claiming to have over 170,000BTC in their hot wallet. Scam.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
BTC-2x.com
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Faking transactions, coinsdouble clone.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
x2coin.com
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Coinsdouble clone. Faking investments.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
CryptoTriple
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Faking transactions, coinsdouble clone.
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OBVIOUS SCAM
MoneyinPJs.com
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Looking for "investors". Scammed many already, scammer.
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OBVIOUS SCAM

Have suggestions? Seen a scam? Post below! Keep the community aware!!

For Transparency and proof that these listings are not Biased, here is how Blatant Scams, Paying and Collapsed Sites are determined:

Blatant Scam listings are based on:
-- The script they're running on (if it is a copy of another scam, then it is pretty clear their intentions are on scamming, making it a "blatant" scam)
-- Code investigation... if a site is pure HTML (no PHP) or something like moneyinpjs (invest in me and get x back from site revenue) then it is considered a blatant scam. If the site is VERY poorly developed, then it'll most likely end up on the scam list.
-- Design, any ripped designs or leaked designs from themeforest or any bs like that leads to more code investigation. Not necessarily the site will be deemed a scam, but it will play a role in the decision in which category the site is listed in.
-- Backup information I can find on the owner
-- Any history on their bitcointalk account if any, any trust ratings, any association with other accounts.
-- Anyone vouching for the site when one has even been paid yet (clearly indicating that they're assosciated/are the owner) for example Gibbs187x

Collapsed Listings are based on:
-- Complaints by users how they have not been paid
-- Days since support has responded to the above members
-- How many complaints there are from users, site status, if investments are stuck in a "pending" phase or TXID's do not match
-- If the site is offline or online (offline, automatically collapsed)

Paying Listings are based on:
-- Volume
-- Vouches by users on their thread (newbies don't count simply because they're easy to acquire and post fake vouches)
-- Solved issues and low amount of user complaints when it comes to site functionality (payouts/deposits)
-- Overall site performance and BitcoinTalk thread performance

WatchList listings are based on:
-- How new the site is
-- Volume (sites under 5BTC volume usually end up on the watch list)
-- BitcoinTalk thread activity
-- Site concept

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Thanks  ! Wink


@matt007 cryptocoin2x is a scam, do not invest
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March 16, 2015, 01:40:26 PM
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Hi again !

I have another investing platform to report : https://btcplaza.biz

Is it ligit ?

Thanks !

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Site Name:
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Thank you for your attention!



Updated 15 March 2015, 6 am (bitcointalk time)

The amount of ponzi's in this section are out of control...
Keep this thread bumped to know which ponzi's are new and in their paying phases and which ones have collapsed

* = Not an admitted ponzi game or faucet type game, will last a lot shorter than an admitted game and is promising outrageous returns for something like "trading" (HYIP like site)
* = HYIP or unadmitted ponzi game that has paid substantial amounts (over 50BTC)
* = Admitted ponzi game or well established HYIP (over 100BTC paid), proceed with caution, though in my opinion a lot safer than a HYIP (non-admitted site)
** = Admitted ponzi game with over 100BTC volume or well established HYIP with over 200BTC volume. Be careful as these sites MAY be on the brink of collapse, though have proven to be trustworthy with large amounts of BTC/altcoins.

PAYING:
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Site URL
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Auto/Manual
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Trustability
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Date Launched
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Currencies Accepted
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Plans Offerred
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BCT Thread
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Status
Ponzi|
CryptoIncrease**
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Auto
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90%
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14/12/2014
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Bitcoin + 12 Altcoins
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Variable
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PAYING
Multi|
MultiCryptos**
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Auto
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75%
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05/02/2015
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Bitcoin, 40+ Altcoins
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Variable
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PAYING
Ponzi|
Nine9 Ninja**
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Auto
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70%
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13/02/2015
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Bitcoin + 6 Altcoins
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125%
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PAYING
Ponzi|
7 Day Ponzi*
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Auto
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70%
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01/03/2015
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Bitcoin
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130%
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PAYING
Faucet|
Ore Mine*
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Auto
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60%
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03/2015
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Bitcoin
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Variable
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PAYING
Pyramid|
Bitcoin Bricks*
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Auto
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50%
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03/03/2015
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Bitcoin
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Variable
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PAYING
Faucet|
BitCone*
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Auto
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35%
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12/03/2015
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Bitcoin
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Variable
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PAYING
**BE CAUTIOUS** these may collapse at any time


WATCHLIST:
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Site Name
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Site URL
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Trustability
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Date Launched
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Currencies Accepted
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Plans Offerred
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BCT Thread
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Status
Ponzi|
SimplePonzi
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Auto
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50%
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14/03/2015
|
Bitcoin + 15 altcoins
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125%
||
WATCHLIST
Multi
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CryptosChain
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Auto
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45%
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09/03/2015
|
Bitcoin, 40+ Altcoins
|
Up to 13780x
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WATCHLIST
Ponzi
|
Bit-Ponzi
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Auto
|
25%
|
14/03/2015
|
Bitcoin
|
200%
||
WATCHLIST


COLLAPSED:
Type
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Site Name
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Site URL
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Time Lasted
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Date Launched
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Date Collapsed
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Currencies Accepted
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Plans Offerred
|
BCT Thread
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Status
Ponzi|
Ponzi247
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26 Days
|
10/02/2015
|
08/03/2015
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Bitcoin
|
130%
||
COLLAPSED
HYIP
|
TwoBtcoins
||
5 Days
|
09/03/2015
|
14/03/2015
|
Bitcoin +4
|
100% in 100 hours
||
COLLAPSED
Ponzi
|
aBitPonzi
|
http://abitponzi.com (ONLINE, beware)
|
47 Days
|
23/01/2015
|
11/03/2015
|
Bitcoin
|
125%
||
COLLAPSED
Faucet
|
EggMiner
||
3 Days
|
04/03/2015
|
07/03/2015
|
Bitcoin
|
Variable
||
COLLAPSED
HYIP
|
BitcoinRise
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4 Days
|
09/03/2015
|
13/03/2015
|
Bitcoin
|
4.6% Hourly
||
COLLAPSED
HYIP
|
Coin Stream
||
6 Days
|
01/03/2015
|
07/03/2015
|
Bitcoin +4
|
0.5% Every Hour
||
COLLAPSED
HYIP
|
BTC-Profit
||
2 Days
|
07/03/2015
|
09/03/2015
|
Bitcoin +2
|
0.5% Every Hour
||
COLLAPSED
Faucet
|
BTC Wolf
||
15 Days
|
23/02/2015
|
10/03/2015
|
Bitcoin
|
Variable
||
COLLAPSED
HYIP
|
BigDoubler
||
4 Days
|
27/02/2015
|
03/03/2015
|
Bitcoin +2
|
100% in 100 Hours
||
COLLAPSED
Multi
|
Crypto Raise
||
27 Days
|
10/02/2015
|
09/03/2015
|
Bitcoin +40
|
Variable
||
COLLAPSED
HYIP
|
BitGet
||
6 Days
|
18/02/2015
|
24/02/2015
|
Bitcoin
|
110% 100hr
||
COLLAPSED
HYIP
|
DSQprofit
||
22 Days
|
13/02/2015
|
07/03/2015
|
Bitcoin +5
|
100% in 100 hours
||
COLLAPSED
HYIP
|
CoinsDouble
|
http://coinsdouble.com (ONLINE, beware)
|
27 Days
|
18/01/2015
|
14/02/2015
|
Bitcoin +3
|
100% in 100 hours
||
COLLAPSED
Faucet
|
BTC-Flow
||
7 Days
|
08/01/2015
|
15/02/2015
|
Bitcoin
|
Variable
||
COLLAPSED
HYIP
|
CryptoCoinX2
|
https://cryptocoinx2.com (ONLINE, beware)
|
6 Days
|
12/02/2015
|
18/02/2015
|
Bitcoin +40
|
100% in 100 hours
||
COLLAPSED
Ponzi
|
24HourPonzi
||
40 Days
|
18/01/2015
|
27/02/2015
|
Bitcoin
|
130%
||
COLLAPSED
Ponzi
|
WeeklyPonzi
||
49 Days
|
01/09/2015
|
27/02/2015
|
Bitcoin
|
130%
||
COLLAPSED
HYIP
|
CryptoDouble
||
6 Days
|
12/02/2014
|
18/02/2014
|
Bitcoin +200
|
100% in 100 hours
||
COLLAPSED


Blatant Scam:
Site Name
|
Site URL
|
Reason
|
BCT Thread
|
Status
Bit-Ponzi.gq
||
Free Domain, Free script, trying to come off as Bit-Ponzi.com. Scam
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
Coin Double
||
CoinsDouble/CryptoDouble clone, Major fake on the investments page (over 100000? lol)
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
Work Offices
||
Plain HTML scam. Don't invest.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
BTC Stack
||
Another well designed con. After all btcflow, wolf etc have done, would you fall for it all again?
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
100BTC.HONOR.ES
||
Free domain, manual game, no PHP what so ever.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
BTC Hydra
||
On a free domain, basically tells you to send BTC, no PHP at all. Lazy attempt.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
BigDoubleCoin
||
Faking investments, pending payments were not paid.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
DoublesCoin
||
Faking investments, running on CoinsDouble script with a few tweaks. DO NOT invest.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
BitoBits
||
Same script as bitget, same design, owner using alts to vouch for his site.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
mBit.ge
||
Free domain. 10x your investment in 24 hours? Scam.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
CryptoInterests.com
||
Poorly coded, uses shopping cart interface for deposits. Small payments being paid, not larger ones.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
BitsRus
||
Script created by Johnny, coindice developer. Domain is different to site name. BitGet design with mods, scam.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
WeeklyShaft
||
Scam, html based site no php, all manual.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
Free24coin
||
Scam, coinsdouble clone script. Faking deposits.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
ExCaliburPonzi
||
Crap design, all HTML. Scam.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
BitcoinTaboo.com
||
Claiming to have over 170,000BTC in their hot wallet. Scam.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
BTC-2x.com
||
Faking transactions, coinsdouble clone.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
x2coin.com
||
Coinsdouble clone. Faking investments.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
CryptoTriple
||
Faking transactions, coinsdouble clone.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM
MoneyinPJs.com
||
Looking for "investors". Scammed many already, scammer.
||
OBVIOUS SCAM

Have suggestions? Seen a scam? Post below! Keep the community aware!!

For Transparency and proof that these listings are not Biased, here is how Blatant Scams, Paying and Collapsed Sites are determined:

Blatant Scam listings are based on:
-- The script they're running on (if it is a copy of another scam, then it is pretty clear their intentions are on scamming, making it a "blatant" scam)
-- Code investigation... if a site is pure HTML (no PHP) or something like moneyinpjs (invest in me and get x back from site revenue) then it is considered a blatant scam. If the site is VERY poorly developed, then it'll most likely end up on the scam list.
-- Design, any ripped designs or leaked designs from themeforest or any bs like that leads to more code investigation. Not necessarily the site will be deemed a scam, but it will play a role in the decision in which category the site is listed in.
-- Backup information I can find on the owner
-- Any history on their bitcointalk account if any, any trust ratings, any association with other accounts.
-- Anyone vouching for the site when one has even been paid yet (clearly indicating that they're assosciated/are the owner) for example Gibbs187x

Collapsed Listings are based on:
-- Complaints by users how they have not been paid
-- Days since support has responded to the above members
-- How many complaints there are from users, site status, if investments are stuck in a "pending" phase or TXID's do not match
-- If the site is offline or online (offline, automatically collapsed)

Paying Listings are based on:
-- Volume
-- Vouches by users on their thread (newbies don't count simply because they're easy to acquire and post fake vouches)
-- Solved issues and low amount of user complaints when it comes to site functionality (payouts/deposits)
-- Overall site performance and BitcoinTalk thread performance

WatchList listings are based on:
-- How new the site is
-- Volume (sites under 5BTC volume usually end up on the watch list)
-- BitcoinTalk thread activity
-- Site concept

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March 16, 2015, 02:12:08 PM
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Just wanted to let you know that the OP is as serious about this thread as McDonald is about your health.
My ponzi website is entirely OK until anyone comes with any sort of proof that shows otherwise. It did not collapse, it's alive, it never scammed anyone.

Oh and I also sent a private message to the OP about this yesterday but he never answered because he's such a gentleman.
I'm getting sick of this community.
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