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March 05, 2015, 08:03:32 PM
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I think you should acknowledge that even you had your doubts about AM (being like all the others) for a while ...

Oh, I'm not saying that i didn't have doubts about AM being honest.  Still not 100% sure friedcat is not coming back to make everything better.
Also not 100% sure that Nigerian Prince d00d isn't planning to make me fabulously rich, but not sending him any money nevertheless.
For the same reason (tho, admittedly, haunted by doubt), I didn't "invest" in AM.
It's not about guarantees, just lousy odds.

BTW, I also would have advised Jack against buying Magic BTCeans with Mom's CC.  Even now, armed with the knowledge of just how handsomely those BTCeans paid off, I'd hesitate to advise doing it.  Getting jaded, I guess.
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March 05, 2015, 10:15:24 PM
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Has anyone followed the coins that were recently moved from the known AM address to see where they went?

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March 05, 2015, 10:32:39 PM
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update :

1. We have lost contact with Friedcat more than 40 days, we are now still focusing on finding him.
2. A lot of evidences we have found shows that he is safe, which is the only good news recently. In addition, all rumour around the community are baseless and untrustworthy. We know so far nothing about where has he been and where is he at the moment.
3. We have to focus on finding him currently so there are indeed some delay on replying email of sale@bitquan.com. However, since we have all records of your emails so it is only a problem of time, please understand and be patient.
4. AMHASH project is not from sale team of ASICMINER, we know nothing about the deal between Friedcat and ROCKMINER, no one else has seen the contract between them either ,therefore, we sale department of ASICMINER is not be in charge of AMHASH project, please be patient to wait till we find FC.
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March 05, 2015, 11:07:29 PM
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Has anyone followed the coins that were recently moved from the known AM address to see where they went?

None of it has moved.
https://blockchain.info/address/15h6A2a3D31vRviBDdSpvhLtYJq3aePhdW
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March 06, 2015, 01:05:33 AM
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Has anyone followed the coins that were recently moved from the known AM address to see where they went?

None of it has moved.
https://blockchain.info/address/15h6A2a3D31vRviBDdSpvhLtYJq3aePhdW
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It shows about 17000 BTC being spent over the last few days
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March 06, 2015, 01:09:04 AM
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Has anyone followed the coins that were recently moved from the known AM address to see where they went?

None of it has moved.
https://blockchain.info/address/15h6A2a3D31vRviBDdSpvhLtYJq3aePhdW
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It shows about 17000 BTC being spent over the last few days

I think what he meant was that the coins that were transferred recently to different addresses haven't moved from those new addresses.
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March 06, 2015, 01:29:10 AM
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Has anyone followed the coins that were recently moved from the known AM address to see where they went?

None of it has moved.
https://blockchain.info/address/15h6A2a3D31vRviBDdSpvhLtYJq3aePhdW
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It shows about 17000 BTC being spent over the last few days

I think what he meant was that the coins that were transferred recently to different addresses haven't moved from those new addresses.

That shouldn't give reassurance to anyone... for all that is known, the coins were sold and you're looking at them sitting in the buyers wallet...

Just saying...

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March 06, 2015, 02:14:09 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=977777 has some pictures of the empty office - empty except for some chairs, gift boxes (probably empty)

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March 06, 2015, 03:35:30 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=977777 has some pictures of the empty office - empty except for some chairs, gift boxes (probably empty)

This is just a picture of an empty office, I don't see anything that connects this particular empty office to any particular entity. You might as well claim this office belongs to Avalon, Bitfury, or Huwaei. It's like people selling miners without their username/date--it's not very strong proof of anything.

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March 06, 2015, 03:44:44 AM
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Well, looks like David did fire everybody... This is all on him...
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March 06, 2015, 04:03:34 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=977777 has some pictures of the empty office - empty except for some chairs, gift boxes (probably empty)

This is just a picture of an empty office, I don't see anything that connects this particular empty office to any particular entity. You might as well claim this office belongs to Avalon, Bitfury, or Huwaei. It's like people selling miners without their username/date--it's not very strong proof of anything.

Any thoughts?
Yes, it's asicminer office (room 1317). I can gurantee, I've been there. Before the holiday, there were many young guys working there.
And you know what? The ShenZhen office of TSMC is downstairs (room 1201) !!!
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March 06, 2015, 04:27:34 AM
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Well, looks like David did fire everybody... This is all on him...

If you're going to post this you might as well explain and give the public some details...

Either you own the bitcoins(private keys) or you don't. However with moneroj, nobody knows what you own.
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March 06, 2015, 11:29:14 AM
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Well, looks like David did fire everybody... This is all on him...

If you're going to post this you might as well explain and give the public some details...
^ This.  It would take you a couple of minutes at most to type out what you know and what your understanding is of the current situation.  The breadcrumbs you keep dropping are helping no one. Tongue
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March 06, 2015, 11:43:42 AM
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Well, looks like David did fire everybody... This is all on him...

If you're going to post this you might as well explain and give the public some details...

canary wither shut up or spill it, you no way more than anyone else and are just spewing out cryptic sentences here and there
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March 06, 2015, 11:55:08 AM
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I went to the racetrack last night to bet on some ponies.
Even though I was gambling, there was such a good feeling that I handed my money over to a real person.
And, he didn't jump over the counter and run away.
Or, when race 6 started, all of the horses showed up.

In the bitcoin world, I would have made a bet by dropping my money in a hole.
Race 6 would have started.  And nobody would have showed up.
I would have shaken my head in disgust that I just lost my money
and then gotten back in line to bet on race 7.
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March 06, 2015, 12:24:22 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=977777 has some pictures of the empty office - empty except for some chairs, gift boxes (probably empty)

This is just a picture of an empty office, I don't see anything that connects this particular empty office to any particular entity. You might as well claim this office belongs to Avalon, Bitfury, or Huwaei. It's like people selling miners without their username/date--it's not very strong proof of anything.

Any thoughts?
Yes, it's asicminer office (room 1317). I can gurantee, I've been there. Before the holiday, there were many young guys working there.
And you know what? The ShenZhen office of TSMC is downstairs (room 1201) !!!

Are you sure?  Huh Looking at the Chinese in the photo (yes, I read Chinese). Office 1317 does *not* seems to be ASICMiner. It says something like "Shenzhen XXXX XXXX Investment Consultancy Company Ltd"  (XXX XXX is too blurry to see) and "Hong Kong XXX XXX International Group".
If you insists they are ASICMiner, it may be ASICMiner is hiding under these company names, or something else.



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March 06, 2015, 01:07:06 PM
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Looking at the Chinese in the photo (yes, I read Chinese).
I believe the two relevant lines read (based on the full res image - check the weibo):
深圳原丰投资咨询有限公同
香港兴业国际集团
My Chinese is deplorable when it comes to proper/business names. But as mentioned elsewhere: neither definitively translates to 'asicminer' in any way.  Google tries to translate the business bit as 'HSBC', which I'm doubting is right Smiley

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March 06, 2015, 01:15:58 PM
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Looking at the Chinese in the photo (yes, I read Chinese).
I believe the two relevant lines read (based on the full res image - check the weibo):
深圳原丰投资咨询有限公同
香港兴业国际集团
My Chinese is deplorable when it comes to proper/business names. But as mentioned elsewhere: neither definitively translates to 'asicminer' in any way.  Google tries to translate the business bit as 'HSBC', which I'm doubting is right Smiley

Based on your clarified Chinese characters, I tried to translate to English as close to original meaning as possible:

"深圳原丰投资咨询有限公同" 
"Shenzhen Yuan Fung Investment Consultancy Company Ltd"
(原丰 is just a kind of name)


"香港兴业国际集团"
"Hong Kong Heung Yip International Group"
(兴业 is just a kind of name)
I google this company and found "香港興業國際集團有限公司" (www.hkri.com)
It is a land developer (much larger than ASICMiner, definitely not ASICMiner)




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March 06, 2015, 01:17:50 PM
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Other translators say:

Shenzhen's original investment advisory limited
HKR (Hong Kong) International Group
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March 06, 2015, 01:25:22 PM
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...If you're going to post this you might as well explain and give the public some details...

Where's the fun in that?

... when race 6 started, all of the horses showed up.
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