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March 13, 2015, 05:52:49 PM
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* Edit... The address you list is one generated uniquely to track a referral code. You must have come in from someones ref code rather than direct. Clear your cookies to see the main current address*


Be kind, I just grabbed this on the fly and I'm at work so hopefully did not miss anything our up-coming history page will show all in/out transactions to provide transparency.
I wanted to nip this in the bud asap as we built the site after we got scammed. We don't hold coins, we payout straight away when the fund is able to, so we can't scam and run.

Please also note that the cash value was logged at the end of the round, so for example, paycoin has dropped a lot so at today's rate it's much lower, but we still paid that amount out at the time.
It does not include the current rounds running either but that's only about 20 BTC

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XPY:

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xpy/address.dws?PCUjv3pgLggffSK4zM1Kd5hqqUhcRXSdWP.htm
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xpy/address.dws?PXTgcVVyF9kT8ZFgWhGCdAts47KxN2YoN6.htm
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xpy/address.dws?PEwF2uZRjn1eLrfLJGgj3nyhBfDEZffhAF.htm
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xpy/address.dws?PScrGLDdnZcLYw54z3KKRrotrC2NjC6w1B.htm
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xpy/address.dws?PXtbRyXJpiGknEMoZFrcVFTJFbTbx2rCUn.htm
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xpy/address.dws?PGEXwMQzvCyujgYKpVi1Pwrb8QD1PehC7v.htm
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xpy/address.dws?PHwTGbFCyB1HUW53nkYhqqe5Z8pnH5JmBr.htm
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xpy/address.dws?P9kESYkTjEmMCnKR3RDhEW9B59Th2tvnYE.htm
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/xpy/address.dws?PQzWSRb3QPQKB2Lp3PFQ6FxzvQE4XhVUPj.htm

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https://blockchain.info/address/1PpzvtJkFsrAYAFUz2vP6o79BEtqNF1aMh
https://blockchain.info/address/1KRFBzQk5Am6JchQJpXMNz9gCRi4trb5ZJ
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March 13, 2015, 06:00:19 PM
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I came in directly from OP here but cleared cookies just to be sure, the address I linked is still wrong. Seems very bugged  Undecided


Not sure about worth of XPY but I will edit that post, is better if you make it more clear for others though, looks very scam like with no proof on main page.
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March 13, 2015, 06:07:52 PM
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I came in directly from OP here but cleared cookies just to be sure, the address I linked is still wrong. Seems very bugged  Undecided


Not sure about worth of XPY but I will edit that post, is better if you make it more clear for others though, looks very scam like with no proof on main page.

Thanks for the edit. *Edit: Just seen it. I lol'ed Smiley ***

We are building the history pages over the weekend, we are always behind on the dev work as we have been running live rounds since Dec and it's been busy.. $255k busy!

I've worked out what you have noticed. It's not a bug.
That was us opening the round by sending in the minimum payment to confirm everything worked. We changed the payout address to our fee address which is why it's different.
You'll only see this type of action on the first transaction of a round, if the coin is of any value.

We only do this to proof check the round is working as expected, we had a bug months ago and no transactions appeared and we got 101 death threats from people thinking we had scammed.
It's part of our test process now.
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March 14, 2015, 03:05:05 AM
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Why do you ignoring my request to add weeklyponzi/24hourponzi?  Proof has been shown.

Because both sites are no longer in operation, and you're missing that they paid hundreds of BTC out.

I won't list them, as there won't be a point in doing so

I really question the motives of the op, after showing proof of scams done by weeklyponzi/24hourponzi, this is the reply I get.  Looks like if you pay enough people out, you can steal 5btc+ with no reprimand.  dmugetsu, I bet you own those pathetic sites...
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March 14, 2015, 03:20:10 AM
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I think OP's process of defining sites as a scam is unfair and nothing more than a personal opinion but you havent actually tested anything.
I've had succes with bitobits.biz for 2 days now, just because they used someone others code dont make them a scammer but you put them on the list twice..


He has a personal bias against him based on they used the same code and up till now bitobits has scammed no one. How many times do we need to explain a ponzi scheme? I wouldn't trust this list as far as I could throw it. Its a good basic guide but seems to be a lot of personal vendetta's in who he is saying scam or not, either that or he is just making it up with his own opinions and touting them as fact.

I feel sorry for bitobits, at least wait till he's done one or started scamming. Not fair to jump on the ponzi's before they have done anything wrong.
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March 14, 2015, 03:44:14 AM
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I think OP's process of defining sites as a scam is unfair and nothing more than a personal opinion but you havent actually tested anything.
I've had succes with bitobits.biz for 2 days now, just because they used someone others code dont make them a scammer but you put them on the list twice..


He has a personal bias against him based on they used the same code and up till now bitobits has scammed no one. How many times do we need to explain a ponzi scheme? I wouldn't trust this list as far as I could throw it. Its a good basic guide but seems to be a lot of personal vendetta's in who he is saying scam or not, either that or he is just making it up with his own opinions and touting them as fact.

I feel sorry for bitobits, at least wait till he's done one or started scamming. Not fair to jump on the ponzi's before they have done anything wrong.
Lol you are defending bitobits, maybe you are the owner or affiliated with it? Something like this is quite large, mistyping bitget.in instead of bitsobits. My theory is that as they were copying layout over, they forgot to rename it to bitsobits.

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What about simpleponzi.com.  Anyone get a payout?

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March 14, 2015, 04:10:35 AM
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I think OP's process of defining sites as a scam is unfair and nothing more than a personal opinion but you havent actually tested anything.
I've had succes with bitobits.biz for 2 days now, just because they used someone others code dont make them a scammer but you put them on the list twice..


He has a personal bias against him based on they used the same code and up till now bitobits has scammed no one. How many times do we need to explain a ponzi scheme? I wouldn't trust this list as far as I could throw it. Its a good basic guide but seems to be a lot of personal vendetta's in who he is saying scam or not, either that or he is just making it up with his own opinions and touting them as fact.

I feel sorry for bitobits, at least wait till he's done one or started scamming. Not fair to jump on the ponzi's before they have done anything wrong.
Lol you are defending bitobits, maybe you are the owner or affiliated with it? Something like this is quite large, mistyping bitget.in instead of bitsobits. My theory is that as they were copying layout over, they forgot to rename it to bitsobits.

Ha I love this, heaven forbid you stick up for a site and you are suddenly the owner or getting paid by them. Mate I wish. Never even had a proper look around the site. I was just saying it all seemed very SCAMSCAMSCAM before he had scammed anyone. And for the other guys point about how all ponzi's pay in the first few days then the list might as well have ALL the ponzi's on the scam list the second they are announced. Just seems to defy the point of this list.
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March 14, 2015, 04:14:38 AM
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I think OP's process of defining sites as a scam is unfair and nothing more than a personal opinion but you havent actually tested anything.
I've had succes with bitobits.biz for 2 days now, just because they used someone others code dont make them a scammer but you put them on the list twice..


He has a personal bias against him based on they used the same code and up till now bitobits has scammed no one. How many times do we need to explain a ponzi scheme? I wouldn't trust this list as far as I could throw it. Its a good basic guide but seems to be a lot of personal vendetta's in who he is saying scam or not, either that or he is just making it up with his own opinions and touting them as fact.

I feel sorry for bitobits, at least wait till he's done one or started scamming. Not fair to jump on the ponzi's before they have done anything wrong.
Lol you are defending bitobits, maybe you are the owner or affiliated with it? Something like this is quite large, mistyping bitget.in instead of bitsobits. My theory is that as they were copying layout over, they forgot to rename it to bitsobits.

I can understand enhancedfuel's post but he isn't the admin after looking at his post history. and I am sure he is well un-aware of Bitget.in who ran with over 21BTC with the SAME SCRIPT bitobits is using https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=960676.msg10584343#msg10584343

And again my justification is that BitGet.in used this script and they ran with 21BTC, so why wouldn't BitoBits do the same? If they really wanted to earn members money with their ultimate trading techniques they could have hired a dev to make a unique platform (or a cheap design to at minimum change the way the site looks) instead of copy/pasting a scammers script, hence it is under blatant scam because it's only a matter of time before the site funds go bye-bye.

List Update:
Added WeeklyPonzi.com to Collapsed list
Added 24HourPonzi.com to Collapsed list
Added MultiCryptos.com to Paying list

I must admit I wasn't around for the bit-get in scandal. I can see where you guys are coming from and IF he is the BITGETIN guy then he has made one huge stupid error. I just think they need to actually SCAM someone with the new site before you can legitimately put him on the list. What if he really did just get the script and forgot to change it. If he is what you say he is, he will slip up soon enough.
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And again my justification is that BitGet.in used this script and they ran with 21BTC, so why wouldn't BitoBits do the same? If they really wanted to earn members money with their ultimate trading techniques they could have hired a dev to make a unique platform (or a cheap design to at minimum change the way the site looks) instead of copy/pasting a scammers script, hence it is under blatant scam because it's only a matter of time before the site funds go bye-bye.

Agree with all of this UNTIL it should be 'hence THERE IS EVERY POSIBILITY it is under blatant scam because it's only a matter of time before the site funds go bye-bye'

It is the 'IT is a scam' fact I have a problem with Smiley

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March 14, 2015, 04:31:01 AM
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"I haven't stuck up for any sites nor will I ever own a ponzi scheme or game. "

I was speaking as in if I stick up for sites and get called owner of ponzi games. Which I was. I was using the royal hypothetical 'you' where you describe your own situation as if it could be happening to any one

(not to mention I was replying to FUNtoTRY)

EDIT: I will say we disagree on this. I even agree it probably or could be the same guy it is just your practices. Anyway we will all find out soon enough and we can put this discussion to rest Smiley by the way I have enjoyed discussing with you Smiley
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March 14, 2015, 04:34:48 AM
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"I haven't stuck up for any sites nor will I ever own a ponzi scheme or game. "

I was speaking as in if I stick up for sites and get called owner of ponzi games. Which I was. I was using the royal hypothetical 'you' where you describe your own situation as if it could be happening to any one
I did defend you in that sense as I have seen your posts in the past and even I said that you were not the owner.
Please read my posts carefully.

You did and I was very appreciative of that. I think we are getting confused here. Lets just both see if this guys turns out to be whatever he is or isn't. I'll buy you a beer when he scams us all Smiley
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March 14, 2015, 04:46:42 AM
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"I haven't stuck up for any sites nor will I ever own a ponzi scheme or game. "

I was speaking as in if I stick up for sites and get called owner of ponzi games. Which I was. I was using the royal hypothetical 'you' where you describe your own situation as if it could be happening to any one
I did defend you in that sense as I have seen your posts in the past and even I said that you were not the owner.
Please read my posts carefully.

You did and I was very appreciative of that. I think we are getting confused here. Lets just both see if this guys turns out to be whatever he is or isn't. I'll buy you a beer when he scams us all Smiley

He will, eventually. I can tell by your last posts you are a smart investor, these signs aren't meant for people like you but rather those who thrown 1+BTC in sites like this not realising that their returns are never secure or guaranteed. What motivated me to make this thread was the guy who threw a whopping 50BTC in cryptodouble expecting his 100BTC back, and of course, never got it back.

Not everyone knows about cryptodouble just like you didn't know about BitGet, therefor if they see this thread then they will steer clear of sites like BitOBits that are running on the same platform as BitGet, and choose a safer alternative.

Investors like yourself who know the risks, and will be able to afford to buy me a beer after this can still play the site like you usually would, but it's clear the risk is extremely high here compared to a site that has a unique platform.

Thanks to your posts, though, I have updated the list throughly:
-- Added how I determine site listings
-- Added a "Watchlist" category for low volume sites

Added:
--SimplePonzi, new ponzi game, now under watchlist

Cheers Dude for saying that and I appreciate what you are trying to do even if I think you are a bit over militant. Cheesy I get annoyed because I think it is obvious these sites rip you off, thats part of the game, get in,get out, so I don't need keep reminding but you are right, there are people who come along and just stick a whole BTC in to these things then wonder why it never comes back.

Glad I could be of help, I speak, i doubt it's always right but we'll all get there eventually Smiley

EDIT I like your Watchlist idea. I think that would be best to put suspected sites under without thowing them under the hammer before they commit the crime. It's like Minority Report! Cheesy

EDIT2: "was the guy who threw a whopping 50BTC in cryptodouble expecting his 100BTC back, and of course, never got it back.!"
           SORRY MY HEAD JUST MELTED WHEN I READ THAT Cheesy Yeah and not to mention losing everyone elses money in process.
Sad thing is i don't think you will ever convince those loonys otherwise. Would be the same kind of moron who bets £10000 on a footie match on one score.
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March 14, 2015, 04:53:26 AM
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"I haven't stuck up for any sites nor will I ever own a ponzi scheme or game. "

I was speaking as in if I stick up for sites and get called owner of ponzi games. Which I was. I was using the royal hypothetical 'you' where you describe your own situation as if it could be happening to any one
I did defend you in that sense as I have seen your posts in the past and even I said that you were not the owner.
Please read my posts carefully.

You did and I was very appreciative of that. I think we are getting confused here. Lets just both see if this guys turns out to be whatever he is or isn't. I'll buy you a beer when he scams us all Smiley

He will, eventually. I can tell by your last posts you are a smart investor, these signs aren't meant for people like you but rather those who thrown 1+BTC in sites like this not realising that their returns are never secure or guaranteed. What motivated me to make this thread was the guy who threw a whopping 50BTC in cryptodouble expecting his 100BTC back, and of course, never got it back.

Not everyone knows about cryptodouble just like you didn't know about BitGet, therefor if they see this thread then they will steer clear of sites like BitOBits that are running on the same platform as BitGet, and choose a safer alternative.

Investors like yourself who know the risks, and will be able to afford to buy me a beer after this can still play the site like you usually would, but it's clear the risk is extremely high here compared to a site that has a unique platform.

Thanks to your posts, though, I have updated the list throughly:
-- Added how I determine site listings
-- Added a "Watchlist" category for low volume sites

Added:
--SimplePonzi, new ponzi game, now under watchlist

Cheers Dude for saying that and I appreciate what you are trying to do even if I think you are a bit over militant. Cheesy I get annoyed because I think it is obvious these sites rip you off, thats part of the game, get in,get out, so I don't need keep reminding but you are right, there are people who come along and just stick a whole BTC in to these things then wonder why it never comes back.

Glad I could be of help, I speak, i doubt it's always right but we'll all get there eventually Smiley

EDIT I like your Watchlist idea. I think that would be best to put suspected sites under without thowing them under the hammer before they commit the crime. It's like Minority Report! Cheesy

If I wasn't this strict, there would be a lot more sites, such as BitoBits in the paying category and a lot of people would blame me for them being scammed. I'm glad you understand where I'm coming from and we both communicated, instead of arguing as we did in the beginning.

It won't always be right but it's up to the community to assist me in the list, sometimes you're right, my judgement may be wrong but if it is the case and I'm proven wrong, i'm happy to change listing positions and statuses, etc.

And yes, it's a lot easier having a watch list rather than leaving out sites since not knowing where to put them.

Great talking to you!

It's called learning and us being intelligent people Cheesy Same to you dude. Good night Smiley
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March 14, 2015, 09:05:37 AM
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Watchlist Updated, new simpleponzi thread and cryptochains.com added to.
Also added twobitcoins.com!

TwoBitcoins.com - New HYIP sort of site. Accurate investments though, no faking from what I can see. Under watchlist for the time being.
Thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=983008.0

Adress not match!

=> http://www.twobtcoins.com/
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March 14, 2015, 10:14:15 AM
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Thanks for marking us as trusted, as mentioned we made the site after being burned from another site.
We don't hold coins, we pay out once the fund is able to pay the next deposit. More transparency is coming over the weekend.
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Watchlist Updated, new simpleponzi thread and cryptochains.com added to.
Also added twobitcoins.com!

TwoBitcoins.com - New HYIP sort of site. Accurate investments though, no faking from what I can see. Under watchlist for the time being.
Thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=983008.0

Adress not match!

=> http://www.twobtcoins.com/

Thanks for the find, updated!


Hey dmugetsu, check latest post before mine in the 'YELD CONTROL ponzi safe list thread' I am starting to see you point Smiley
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Thanks for the find, updated!


Site offline, SCAM.
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March 14, 2015, 10:24:24 PM
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thanks for making this thread. it helps a lot to filter through all these daily scam ponzis

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