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Smile Bitcoin created by the CIA and NSA
Posted by: Carsten - 2018-02-02, 09:26 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (8)

Two conspiracy theories:

"Bitcoin was designed to provide quick funding for U.S., British and Canadian intelligence activities in different countries.”


"Smartphones aren’t “personal” devices in the traditional sense of the word. Far from actually benefiting mankind, smartphones are actually attractive looking spy devices that are used to keep tabs on their users."

http://bitraped.com/2018-01-31-bitcoin-c...-firm.html

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Star ICOs, Pre Sales and Whitelists Resources
Posted by: Jacob - 2018-01-31, 06:08 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (4)

ICOs can be a great way to get in on a coin or token at it's lowest price... Or get scammed

Many ICOs these days have KYC (know your customer) and Whitelists. Often whitelist registration will close well before the actual sale. 
Many ICOs also have private sales and presales. 

Here are some resources for getting in early in ICOs:

https://icodrops.com/whitelist/ - Probably the best resource
https://www.icowhitelist.com - email subscription

https://www.icoalert.com
https://topicolist.com/pre-ico-list
https://icowatchlist.com/upcoming

https://www.coindesk.com/the-ultimate-li...hing-icos/

The best icos generally have KYC and whitelisting well before the actual sale of tokens, so it is important to do this early if you believe a particular ico is worthwhile.

Unless you get in on a private sale, Presales generally have the best deals, but also require a bigger contribution, and bigger risks. Dodgy

Stay safe. For every Ethereum, there are four Rimbits out there, literally and figuratively.  Blush

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Shocked WePower
Posted by: Cell - 2018-01-30, 08:17 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (7)

What about this ICO? Sounds good... what's the catch? 

https://www.wepower.network/

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  The Money Myth Exploded
Posted by: Jacob - 2018-01-30, 12:41 PM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (4)

I came across this story many years ago, which illustrates the problems with trusting in Bankers, Gold and Money in general.

I first read this story before Bitcoin came into existence. A shared ledger is illustated in the story.

Most of what the story informs the reader with is common sense, yet the implementation, which would alleviate the suffering and economic bondage of many people, is still yet to come to fruition.

A very enlightening and entertaining read:

The Money Myth Exploded

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  X8
Posted by: Cell - 2018-01-29, 10:15 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (3)

I came across this altcoin many times in many chat room... Seem like a way to keep you altcoin value when the market is going down. Any of you know something about this?

https://x8currency.com/

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Exclamation Don't feel threatened and never pay!
Posted by: Carsten - 2018-01-29, 06:13 PM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (5)

Crypto Death Threat Scams More Frequent, FBI Warns Cases Are ‘Heavily Underreported’

https://cointelegraph.com/news/crypto-de...erreported

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  RimbitPr?
Posted by: Carsten - 2018-01-29, 11:13 AM - Forum: Rimbit Talk - Replies (7)

Hi

RimbitPr (probably the previous RimbitWhaleScam) on Twitter is posting about the Rimbit scam. New forces led by Thomas (Rimbitwhale) is trying to recover Rimbit. I'm not sure Thomas'es identity is correct even he is on Linkedin.  I would need a Skype call to verify that. RimbitPr says in a tweet it's Mark Karlson.  If Rimbit should have any chance a dev team should be formed and Mark Karlsson should be completely out. Still I consider this as nearly impossible. The main wallet is still resting by Mark.

I would like the RimbitPr person to step forward an tell me who he is. Play open like I do and at least tell that you are not me in public.

Let us know your username in here (if you are here, but I assume you are).

As a minimum come forward to me. I promise to keep your identity for myself.

If you are afraid of threats then don't be. We are a group in here ready to help. The moment I receive a threat The Police will be involved.

Thanks.

https://twitter.com/rimbitwhale/status/9...7084662784
https://twitter.com/RimbitPR?lang=en
https://twitter.com/rimbitwhale?lang=en

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  A rather involved method to study Cryptocurrency price movements
Posted by: Jacob - 2018-01-26, 08:12 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (3)

There is a section of the site,  https://cointrading.ninja/, which gives the price movement correlation between any two cryptos for a chosen length of time.

Now this may not seem very interesting, but you can be very sure institutional investors use tools like this to invest in and manipulate crypto prices. 

The page can be found at :

https://cointrading.ninja/correlation

You can choose for example : bitcoin, ethereum, ripple, monero; and then see if prices of these coins are tightly bound to each other.

What sort action can you take with information this dynamic chart provides? If you know that institutional money has been bearish on the price of bitcoin futures, you can invest in something that moves in the opposite direction to bitcoin when the slump happens, and then buy bitcoin with that same crypto at support levels.

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  Nordea Bank Forbids Workers From Owning Bitcoin: Denmark Unions Threaten Legal Action
Posted by: Carsten - 2018-01-26, 08:44 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (4)

When I saw the headline in Danish papers the other day I became a bit mad. How could a private firm forbid an employe to own something legal?? It's none of their business  like it's none of their business who an employe chose to marry. This has to be stopped.

 https://cointelegraph.com/news/nordea-ba...gal-action

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  The #Rimbit whale is talking about a white paper??
Posted by: Carsten - 2018-01-23, 10:18 AM - Forum: Rimbit Talk - Replies (18)

A white paper now more years after the launch doesn't make any sense to me. Rimbit is just a NovaCoin clone and don't bring anything new to the table. A white paper can't change that. 

I have lost my investment in Rimbit and continues to see the coin as a #scam coin. 

I hope for everyone who think of investing is reading here and https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vert...pd&lang=en 

As can be seen in the tweets the Rimbitwhale claims to be https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomas-conley-DotConnector/

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