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  Swede who ran multi-million dollar Bitcoin scam arrested on Koh Chang
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-06-21, 09:10 AM - Forum: Rimbit Talk - Replies (2)

A Swede with the last name Karlsson like Mark Karlsson who did the Rimbit scam. I have no idea if the two are connected or not.

"Police in Thailand have arrested a Swedish man wanted in connection with a multi-million dollar fraud.
Roger Nils-Jonas Karlsson, 45, was arrested on June 18 at an address on Koh Chang, where he has lived with his Thai wife for eight years.
Police officers seized a number of electronic devices that are believed to have been used for fraudulent activities.
Thai police were acting on information from the authorities in the United States via Interpol, who say Karlsson defrauded more than 3,500 victims of more than $11 million.
Manager reported that Karlsson told officers he set up a legitimate cryptocurrency investment website but was forced to close the site when his business started to experience huge losses.

However, according to documents released by the US Department of Justice Karlsson used websites to communicate false representations to victims in a scheme to defraud potential investors.  


One website, www.easternmetalsecurities.com, allegedly was registered to a fictitious person and advertised shares in a product called a “Pre Funded Reversed Pension Plan” (PFRPP).  


Karlsson allegedly used the website to invite potential investors to purchase shares of the plan for $98 per share in exchange for an eventual payout of 1.15 kilograms of gold per share, even though as of January 2, 2019, 1.15 kilograms of gold was worth more than $45,000.  


Karlsson also allegedly advised investors that, in the unlikely event that the gold payout did not happen, he guaranteed to them 97% of the amount they invested. According to the complaint, the government found no evidence of any accounts held by Karlsson that would allow him to pay off the investors.  


Instead, the complaint alleges, the funds provided by victims were transferred to Karlsson’s personal bank accounts and now appear to be tied up in real estate in Thailand.


Karlsson also directed his victims to make investments using virtual currencies, such as Bitcoin.  He allegedly defrauded no less than 3,575 victims of more than $11 million.

Karlsson will now be extradited back to the USA where he faces up to 40 years in jail and fines in excess of $750,000."


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  Facebook Releases Cryptocurrency White Paper for Libra Currency
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-06-19, 11:37 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (4)

This will for sure bring a lot of attention to the blockchain technology.


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  TokenPay price
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-06-17, 10:59 AM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (2)

TokenPay has so many promises that hasn't been delivered that I started doubting if this is one big scam. Efin dex is not yet live as they promised. CBET coin is still not having a wallet even you can buy it on the Efin homepage (Efin is owned by TokenPay)..... that seem to affect the price that continues down.

Is the site that claims tokenpay is scam right? 


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Posted by: Carsten - 2019-06-17, 07:58 AM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - No Replies

It seems that Minex is going down to zero now. One thing I'm starting to learn is that you should take profit when you can. Just like Cell is doing. Minex was close to $60 once. On that day I sadly was out helping my daughter move to an apartment so I couldn't trade when they got up hour after hour. Sadly when I got back home the price was down to $40. I should have sold anyway, but thought well it goes back up again. It never did and never will. It's 0.1 usd now. My instincts from the start was that Minex was a high risk project but I broke my own instinct keeping my MinexCoins.

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Posted by: Hugues - 2019-06-09, 09:41 AM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (3)

I came across some old articles but I realy do not understand at all.
Do you? If yes, explain.



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Question Who wins French open in tennis? Nadal or Thiem?
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-06-09, 08:45 AM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (8)

Great to see the young Thiem beat Djokovic in the semifinals. What a surprise. Is the new generation finally taking over the throne?

Well at 15.00 Central European time the final will be played and for sure it will be a great battle. Nadal is still the king and my guess is he wins in 3 sets, but I hope I'm wrong and that Thiem will be able to win at least one set.

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  Cointelligence. A site for exchange ratings that are really serious
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-06-05, 08:59 AM - Forum: General discussion - No Replies

Cointelligence seems to be the site to go to for finding true ratings for exchanges https://www.cointelligence.com/. The site is asking exchange for a lot of documentation before they give their rating. Lot's of exchanges don't provide the asked information and therefore get a lower score. It seems like a serious site that I will use more often from now on.

You can hear about it here:


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  Blueshare security token....are they desperate?
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-06-04, 03:33 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (2)

Got this mail today (in my spam folder actually):

Dear Carsten,

Do you want to receive an additional 1% of Blueshare tokens for free on top of your investment?
Let us tell you how:
1. Fill out this survey (removed the link. red.) to help us to improve our service and your experience with us. At the end, you will receive a referral code.
2. Complete your KYC/AML verification.
3. Type the code you'll receive at the end of the survey in your Blueshare profile, at the 'Referral' tab on the left.
4. Invest the chosen amount and automatically get extra 1% of Blueshare tokens, on top of the 3% time incentive bonus from the Gold Season. Hurry up, Gold season ends in just 20 days!
Looking forward to welcome you as a VIP shareholder,
Blueshare Team

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  All crypto in red today. Profit are taken
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-06-04, 03:28 PM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (6)

The crypto market yet again shows the ugly side so to speak. After a massive pump the big boys are now taking profit. 

Remember that you should NEVER buy when prices rise TOO quickly. 

That said I'm pretty sure that if you had 8 hours pr. day for reading and trading you could make a lot of profit, but most don't have that time so we buy at an okay price and hold. I still think that the the prices will be 5 to 10 times now in 2021 for the major coins. 

For some it will be even more. xrp is one example. Cardano is another. 

What about Amon? I'm starting to think it can actually go to $1. If you buy then do it with money you can afford to lose.

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  Get weekly interest with Amon!
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-06-02, 04:52 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (4)

What do you guys think about this newsletter?

Hi Everyone!

Thanks to our partnership with Celsius.Network you can now deposit your crypto into the Amon Wallet and get weekly interest!
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