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  CCex removing coins..
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-27, 08:20 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (4)

As we can see from the newsletter from C-CEX it's hard to get success with a new coin. These coins are going to be removed from trading on C-CEX. I wonder if the probably fake trading the other day with Rimbit for more than $4000 was Mark himself trading to keep Rimbit alive on C-CEX?

"The following coins will be removed on 01.02.2017 if their average trading volume for the last month has not exceeded 0.2 BTC/day (6 BTC for last 30 days):

AnarchistsPrime [ACP], Adzcoin [ADZ], AndromedaCoin [AND], Argon2Coin [AR2], ArcticCoin [ARC], BiosCrypto [BIOS], BritCoin [BRIT], Bitquark [BTQ], Burst [BURST], CleverCoin [CLV], PayCon [CON], CoreCoin [CRC], Credits [CRE], Crypto [CTO], Cypher [CYP], DigiEuro [DEUR], DimeCoin [DIME], DoveCoin [DOV], Droidz [DRZ], EroBitCoin [EBIT], Eclipse [EC], EDRcoin [EDRC], EverGreenCoin [EGC], ElCoin [EL], FastCash [FCH], FitCoinPlus [FCP], FujiCoin [FJC], Floz [FLOZ], Francs [FRN], GlobalBusinessRevolution [GBRC], GuccioneCoin [GCC], GanjaCoin V2 [GNJ], HempCoin [HMP], ImpulseCoin [IMPS], IslaCoin [ISL], Kcoin [KC], LontaiCoin [LC], LinkedCoin [LKC], MobileCash [MBL], Moin [MOIN], MudraCoin [MUDRA], NukeCoinz [NKC], NoLimitCoin [NLC], OTCCoin [OTX], PrimeChain [PRIME], Piron [PIN], PiZZAcoin [PIZZA], Rimbit [RBT], Revenu [REV], SafeCoin [SFE], SunShotCoin [SSC], UCoin [U], UniversalBookingCoin [UB], Unobtanium [UNO], VectorCoin 2.0 [VEC2], WallCoin [WALC], Xecoin [X2C], BeatCoin [XBT! S], Minuo [XMO], XNCCoin [XNC], BitZeny [ZNY]. "

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  You can now buy your very own Caribbean island on eBay
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-25, 10:08 AM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (5)

Yeah...will do that when Rimbit hits $1000.. Huh Huh

http://www.news.com.au/travel/world-trav...3670f1ef56

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  $219 volume of Rimbit....
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-24, 08:31 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (9)

Someone is trading with THEM SELF. Please raise the volume to $10.000 and the price to $10...I will be happy to sell then.

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  Your order of “Intimate Deluxe...” has shipped
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-23, 07:56 AM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (5)

Regarding spam....or? Did Mark just order something for me? I did not...lol.. (The links has been removed so you can not click them)

"Hello Carsten ,
“Intimate Deluxe…”[/url] has shipped
Order #115-9956187-9805023

Arriving: (Click here to track items)[/url]
Total Before Tax: $59 USD
Tax Collected: €0.00
Shipment Total: £59 USD

[font=arial, sans-serifClick here for order details.[/font]
Return or replace your items in Your Orders[/url].
We hope to see you again soon.
-Customer Service

Your invoice can be accessed here.[/url]
**This email was sent from a notification-only address that cannot accept incoming email. Please do not reply to this message. Instead, click here[/url] to contact customer service.
"

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  The ultimatum game
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-21, 03:22 PM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (5)

The ultimatum game is studied a lot during the years. 

Short and quick explanation. 

There are two people. One is given 1.000 Rimbit let's call him Cell (not me since I did never receive it from Mark) and the other let's call him Bob 0 Rimbit.

The game is simple. Cell has to offer Bob an amount of Rimbit and Bob can say no if he will not accept the offer. If however Bob says NO then NONE of them get anything! Question is how much should Cell offer Bob to make sure Bob takes the offer and both of them get some Rimbit. A natural first choice is to offer 50% if you are an honest good altruistic human. I'm sure Bob will accept the offer then, but let's say Cell choses to offer Bob 10 Rimbit. The likelihood of Bob turning down the offer is almost 100% even from a pure economic point of view it's stupid since 10 Rimbit is better then 0 Rimbit (in theory only lol). Why? We are humans. We don't find the offer fair and will automatically turn down unfair offers EVEN it makes no sense since we then get nothing. Research shows that offers below 30% would very often be turned down.

WOW isn't that amazing?

Does anyone think Mark is playing the ultimatum game?
I think he is very good at it since human emotions and empathy for others is not the concern of a scammer. Question is how his strategy is when playing it with his "customers"...sorry THEIR customers.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultimatum_game

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  Another scammer...don't watch Danish TV tonight
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-19, 06:52 PM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (13)

From Google translate and only a bit manipulation from me... "Cash" not proper translated is the TV show

Sounds similar to what a know Rimbit scammer called Marcello Karlsson is doing! (he still owes me 1000 Rimbit for cracking his puzzle...)


"Cash: In a scammer footsteps

Tonight follows Cash traces of a man who repeatedly convicted of fraud in Denmark.
A number of inquiries suggests that he continued to deceive people - both in Denmark and several other countries.
In Denmark, Greenland, Norway and Sweden, he looks to pull a trail of unpaid bills and angry people.
Jakob Illeborg pursue track and confront the alleged scam allegations.
Maybe he can help the many angry people in getting their money back."

http://www.dr.dk/nyheder/penge/kontant/t...og-fiduser

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  Look in the mirror...lol.
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-19, 11:12 AM - Forum: Rimbit Talk - Replies (13)

So now we have yet another post from Mark. Of course we should all write IGG and complain against the content since he talks inappropriate against others especially the Dogecoin (I have just written them). Then he starts talking about what makes a coin a success. Lol....nobody thinks it's the developer.....then he talks about the gadgets related to the coin.  I never thought of that. Then he talks about the community. Well. He banned us al because we (ByreStrait) found out that he lied and manipulated and had fake characters.....and now he asks for help again?  

One thing he's not mentioning for a coin to be successful is that the people behind are honest and trustworthy. They need to provide answers to the questions of potential investors. One thing HE never did, sorry forgot that there is a Rimbit team (WE).

Another thing is marketing and luck. We have yet to see a coin come near the success of Bitcoin. It was the first and with work and luck it got accepted as the internet currency and made some people very rich in a short period of time.

Lol...he forgot the WE in his post......enjoy:

"Why some Crypto does better than others – Its not about the gadgets
admin January 19, 2017 No Comments Rimbit News
For a long time now, Bitcoin has and is still raining supreme and even though there are now some great coins on the market, in fact, a lot better as Bitcoin still has a massive flaw that when it hits, will destroy its worth overnight.
But thats another story that I have talked about many times over!

So what is it that makes some coins get valued higher than some.
Many people think its the developer – FALSE
Some people think its the gadgets associated with them – mainly FALSE
Looking at the 3 main coins, Bitcoin Etherium and Dogecoin, the latter not being so much of a contender as it was more a stupid fad than anything, but does highlight the main principle of why a coin does get valued quite well.
All these 3 coins had one thing in common and that is a few people with the balls to promote it, even if initially it was the developer.
The simple fact of success is how the community promotes the coin or if they simply just wait for others to push it along and the rest just then ride the wave of fame and fortune.
You would think that anyone who has invested some serious time and or money in a coin would be out there with billboards that shout to the world that the coin they own is the best. because the reality of that scenario is that it will generate interest, just like that coin with a stupid dog logo and from there, the ride to riches is a shorter one.
[img=0x0]https://rimbit.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/show-cover-power-rangers-megaforce-300x300.jpg[/img]But this doesnt happen in the majority of instances and instead, investors in a coin take to pointing the finger at the developer, completely believing that they can at a moments notice, or a flick of a finger, suddenly make a coin popular and valuable.
Of course this does not happen and if and when failure starts to set in, it is only the community that is to blame, as they decided that watching “Power Rangers” is more important than making a few million dollars.
So when a coin does start to fail, remember that it is more than likely the failure of the community to get behind their investment.
Look at every single winning product thats ever been released, from the wheel to the Mobile phone.
Pokemon Go is a great example of a recent success that was pushed by the community and quickly disappears as the community goes back to watching “Power Rangers”.
So community… its up to you to support your coin and failure to do so will result in failure and when and if it happens, make sure you point the finger at the success or failure of the coin to the person that you see in the mirror!"
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https://rimbit.com/why-some-crypto-does-...e-gadgets/

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Question Who wins the Australian open in tennis?
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-18, 01:08 PM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (65)

Title says it all..

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  Strange hobbies
Posted by: BobBobert - 2017-01-18, 11:14 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (21)

Today is my second funeral this week.  The first one was very busy, it was for a 13 year old girl.  The one today will be for an older woman who was around 90.  She had terrible dementia and lived in a care home for the last few years.  Hopefully the last one for a while!

I have lead quite a few funeral services - my work colleagues think it is the strangest hobby in the office!  I cover for the local ministers/pastors when they are off work sick or on holiday.   

So can anyone beat my hobby!

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  Just A Bit Of Fun - Can You Work It Out?" posted by Mark
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-17, 12:47 PM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (10)

yes we can Mark and it took about 5 min to do even I'm sick today. Can anyone post a link to his thread so I can get my 1000 Rimbit.

"313030302052696d62697420746f20616e796f6e652074686174206b6e6f777320776861742074686973206d65616e732e2e2e2e0d0a4a757374206120626974206f662066756e2e2e2e2e0d0a496620796f75206b6e6f772069742e2e20504d206d652e2e2e205769746820746865207265706c792e2e205768697465205261626269740d0a496620796f75207265706c79207769746820686f7720746f20736f6c7665206974206f722074686520616e737765722c207468656e20796f7520666f7266656974207468652067616d6520616e64207468652067616d6520697320636c6f736564 "

reads:

"1000 Rimbit to anyone that knows what this means....
Just a bit of fun....
If you know it.. PM me... With the reply.. White Rabbit
If you reply with how to solve it or the answer, then you forfeit the game and the game is closed"

Simple C# program I wrote is here:

  class Program
    {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            string str = "313030302052696d62697420746f20616e796f6e652074686174206b6e6f777320776861742074686973206d65616e732e2e2e2e0d0a4a757374206120626974206f662066756e2e2e2e2e0d0a496620796f75206b6e6f772069742e2e20504d206d652e2e2e205769746820746865207265706c792e2e205768697465205261626269740d0a496620796f75207265706c79207769746820686f7720746f20736f6c7665206974206f722074686520616e737765722c207468656e20796f7520666f7266656974207468652067616d6520616e64207468652067616d6520697320636c6f736564";
            byte[] b = StringToByteArray(str);

            string txt = Encoding.ASCII.GetString(b);

            Console.WriteLine(txt);


            Console.ReadLine();
        }

        public static byte[] StringToByteArray(String hex)
        {
            int NumberChars = hex.Length;
            byte[] bytes = new byte[NumberChars / 2];
            for (int i = 0; i < NumberChars; i += 2)
                bytes[i / 2] = Convert.ToByte(hex.Substring(i, 2), 16);
            return bytes;
        }
    }

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