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May 05, 2015, 07:44:35 PM
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What is his real name again? Anybody got it? If I can find him it's going to be broadcast everywhere. The mfckr

I have him in my contacts as XY Jiang.  Don't know if that's right or not.
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May 06, 2015, 02:11:19 AM
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here's the most info I can find on the guy.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=974893.90;imode

FC real name appears to be Xinyu Jiang also known as Brandon Lu or Della Lu, accordingly to ninjabot, nubbins and others


And the factory is not located at Mongolia but HuaiAn City, JiangSu Province

but honestly, if I had ... how many millions? ... and wanted to disappear... AND I already was from SE asia area.... youd never see hide nor hair of me again. Lets hope he does something stupid, loses it all gambling, gets sloppy and gives away his location...

and who the hell was holding a lot of AM shares anyway? private shares i will assume? they were all in since IPO? already made a huge profit, so written the whole deal off?

I have to stop obsessing about this. its only money i guess, but geez louise man!
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May 06, 2015, 02:58:14 AM
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We all know that Bitmain will just keep raising prices on us due to no competition.

It's bad for the market that BitFury went commercial cloud only. (and I still can't see how corporate cloud mining is any different, cloud mining is a loss for the customer so why would large companies buy large amounts of cloud mining?)  Huh

(ref:) http://www.coindesk.com/digitalbtc-signs-bitcoin-mining-hardware-deal-bitfury/


Bitfury (and its partners) haven't sold a retail miner in well over a year.
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May 06, 2015, 09:38:11 AM
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I finally got my balance from amhash.com back. I wrote several times to support@bitquan.com, but got no answer until a few days ago they sent me all amhash.com balance to a withdrawal address specified on amhash (got no reply email either). Their site closes in a couple of days and all goes into oblivion...
So if you didn't get your balance yet - write to the email mentioned, provide your balance, address etc and wait for incoming... Wink

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May 06, 2015, 12:16:06 PM
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here's the most info I can find on the guy.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=974893.90;imode

FC real name appears to be Xinyu Jiang also known as Brandon Lu or Della Lu, accordingly to ninjabot, nubbins and others


And the factory is not located at Mongolia but HuaiAn City, JiangSu Province

but honestly, if I had ... how many millions? ... and wanted to disappear... AND I already was from SE asia area.... youd never see hide nor hair of me again. Lets hope he does something stupid, loses it all gambling, gets sloppy and gives away his location...

and who the hell was holding a lot of AM shares anyway? private shares i will assume? they were all in since IPO? already made a huge profit, so written the whole deal off?

I have to stop obsessing about this. its only money i guess, but geez louise man!

Are there still now infos? His wife still waiting or did she disappear (move to him) silently now? But maybe he wanted to exchange his wife anyway too. Oo

So police is still searching for him and nothing changed?

I cant believe he is a scammer though. He most probably had way better situations where he could run with way more money. Getting 10% more with already having that amount doesnt make much sense to me. So for now i think the best explaination is him being kidnapped. I mean if a criminal organisation gets the idea to get money with bitcoin then the first idea would be stealing it. And friedcat looked like an easy target.

Maybe he only could not take the stress and took some time out in a hut at a lake or so. But that doesnt sound likely.

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May 06, 2015, 04:30:56 PM
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He did not scam, he just ran or couldn't handle the pressure, after his whole business went to pieces.

First of all he skipped a batch of chips because they did not perform well.
Regarding the next generation of chips, they did not sell well.
In the mean time, tried to build and sell miners, did not go well.
Even the liquid cooling company he had a deal with got bought by a competitor.
Depressing bitcoin prices didn't help the profitability of his chips and miners.
Cloud mining looked very promising, until his whole farm got stolen.
And in the end he did not succeed to secure enough money for a new batch of his 'promising' next generation chips.
Too many setbacks in less than a year.

Hmm, how many reasons do you need....



Sad but very true.
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May 06, 2015, 07:31:59 PM
Last edit: May 06, 2015, 07:48:34 PM by flyingplows
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He did not scam, he just ran

Roll Eyes

Of course the Chinese guy did not scam...
Sure, he just ran with the money and the miners to establish a farm elsewhere... Grin (not that I would believe it was not all planned and that EVERYONE in AM, not even talking about his relatives, laugh about this story that he is "missing"; missing where? on bitcointalk? lol  Wink )

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May 06, 2015, 07:59:15 PM
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maybe Jacky can find him

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May 11, 2015, 09:44:46 AM
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maybe Jacky can find him



and this looks like the last card in the book "Entering the Future of ASIC mining by Inventing It" By Fried CAT (2013-2015)
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May 11, 2015, 11:32:24 AM
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maybe Jacky can find him



and this looks like the last card in the book "Entering the Future of ASIC mining by Inventing It" By Fried CAT (2013-2015)

RIP thread
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May 11, 2015, 06:11:27 PM
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We must admit they ''got'' a good price for the company that was fading away anyway and could not keep with competition. It's called going out with a bang... I hope it's not a standard of what kind of people are in those other mining companies.

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May 11, 2015, 09:45:05 PM
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. I hope it's not a standard of what kind of people are in those other mining companies.

this sentence is a definition of wishful thinking
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May 12, 2015, 12:22:20 PM
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yeah good luck with that
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May 19, 2015, 04:43:47 AM
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Is friedcat still "missing"?
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May 19, 2015, 05:12:55 AM
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Is friedcat still "missing"?

He can not get "not missing" after what he has done. He will be forever missing and laugh at his victims having some beer with his pals on some beach Wink

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May 19, 2015, 11:53:51 AM
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Is friedcat still "missing"?

He can not get "not missing" after what he has done. He will be forever missing and laugh at his victims having some beer with his pals on some beach Wink

Or rotting away on the bottom of some lake with some stones on its feets. And some random dragon head (bosses of triads, the chinese mafia) will laugh instead. I mean thats likely if you think about that bitcoins are interesting for the organized crime. If they came to that point and found out that there is a chinese company that is very rich and has no protection at all... then its not far fetched to take the possibility that he was taken by force. I mean nowadays a bank robbery will give you some measly K USD, though friedcat was a million USD target with no protection. If you think about it then its a wonder that something like that didnt happen before.  Roll Eyes

Though i really would like to know the truth. Organized crime could have gone in way before too.

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May 19, 2015, 12:03:11 PM
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Is friedcat still "missing"?

He can not get "not missing" after what he has done. He will be forever missing and laugh at his victims having some beer with his pals on some beach Wink

Or rotting away on the bottom of some lake with some stones on its feets. And some random dragon head (bosses of triads, the chinese mafia) will laugh instead. I mean thats likely if you think about that bitcoins are interesting for the organized crime. If they came to that point and found out that there is a chinese company that is very rich and has no protection at all... then its not far fetched to take the possibility that he was taken by force. I mean nowadays a bank robbery will give you some measly K USD, though friedcat was a million USD target with no protection. If you think about it then its a wonder that something like that didnt happen before.  Roll Eyes

Though i really would like to know the truth. Organized crime could have gone in way before too.

Or abducted by aliens and is being probed right now  Roll Eyes I think it is pretty obvious he ran off after this last gen was a bust. I do not think that was his plan from the start, but after multiple failed gens of miners he bailed.
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May 19, 2015, 12:07:39 PM
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Is friedcat still "missing"?

He can not get "not missing" after what he has done. He will be forever missing and laugh at his victims having some beer with his pals on some beach Wink

Or rotting away on the bottom of some lake with some stones on its feets. And some random dragon head (bosses of triads, the chinese mafia) will laugh instead. I mean thats likely if you think about that bitcoins are interesting for the organized crime. If they came to that point and found out that there is a chinese company that is very rich and has no protection at all... then its not far fetched to take the possibility that he was taken by force. I mean nowadays a bank robbery will give you some measly K USD, though friedcat was a million USD target with no protection. If you think about it then its a wonder that something like that didnt happen before.  Roll Eyes

Though i really would like to know the truth. Organized crime could have gone in way before too.

Or abducted by aliens and is being probed right now  Roll Eyes I think it is pretty obvious he ran off after this last gen was a bust. I do not think that was his plan from the start, but after multiple failed gens of miners he bailed.


You never know how someone ticks in reality, thats right. But leaving behind his wife? And being honest all the time before? I mean he had way better chances before.

But you never know.  Roll Eyes

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May 19, 2015, 03:19:44 PM
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Maybe he ran off with a mistress?  I doubt we will ever find out the truth...
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May 19, 2015, 03:21:48 PM
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Maybe he ran off with a mistress?  I doubt we will ever find out the truth...


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