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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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  What goes on in his forum? (www.rimbitforum.com)
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-16, 11:42 AM - Forum: Rimbit Talk - Replies (21)

Is he still alive?

Now that his forum is closed i guess he is the only one who knows what kind of scam he plans now...

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  Luna coins link on this site
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-14, 12:39 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (12)

Hi all

Hugues posted about Luna coins yesterday  http://rimbit.dk/showthread.php?tid=458

I just signed up and added a link on this page to take you all directly to the Luna page.

I would kindly ask you to use the link since it will refer to me. The reason will be to represent the Luna community but to do that I need 10 referrals.  "Make sure you have at least 10 referrals before you apply as a representative, otherwise application will be rejected."

I don't know if enough will sign up.

Anyway I will give it a shot along with our own projects in here. 

There is a Wallet that looks exactly like the other wallets and there for like the Rimbit wallet. No difference at all. There is also a mining program you can download and join a mining pool. 

Luna is a mix of a PoW and PoS coin.

I don't know much more right now..... but it seems interesting.

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  There is a new kid in town: LunaBit
Posted by: Hugues - 2017-01-13, 06:19 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (3)

https://bitluna.org/

Competion is growing day by day.

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  Bitcoin scam?
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-11, 06:41 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (11)

Now Bitcoin in a week has gone from above $1100 to below $800...

Too me it looks like the #Chinese #miners are #manipulating the market like crazy.

WARNING. DON'T BUY ANY Bitcoin or #Rimbit for that matter.

Well scam is maybe not the right word....but YOU are being manipulated by THEM.

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  Updated server software
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-11, 09:59 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (4)

Hi all

WE (lol) updated the server software.

Let US know about any problems....

----------------------------------------------

I seems to have gotten more persons in my head just like Marcelo Karlsson....

[Image: C1yoVkrWgAEposI.jpg]

https://twitter.com/carstenbreum/status/...4078150656

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  Marcello is afraid...
Posted by: Cell - 2017-01-10, 04:59 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (15)

Now, he is protecting his forum so it is harder to read... unlike our forum which is wide opened and welcoming, his is now less easy to read. Obviouly, he is afraid of something... perhaps the authorities are really watching him.

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  Bitcoin is still dropping..
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-06, 03:09 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (2)

Yesterday.. above $1100 now down to $880 and right now $898...

It's so freaking much manipulated that the risk of investing anything in Bitcoin is too high compared to a potential win...just my two (worthless) Rimbit on that.

[Image: 586f826e6c9b191f008b50ed.jpg?preset=article-image]

"Bitcoin is still falling against the dollar on Friday after losing more than a fifth of its value in trade on Thursday.
Bitcoin is down over 1o% against to $911.78 at 11.40 a.m. GMT (6.40 a.m. ET), according to Markets Insider. That's down from over $1,100 earlier in the week.[img=780x0]http://nordic.businessinsider.com/contentassets/cb9ad580a1154b609caddf2f429545cb/586f826e6c9b191f008b50ed.jpg?preset=article-image[/img]
Markets InsiderBitcoin surged in the weeks running up to Christmas, battled volatility in the run up to New Year and first few days of 2017, before tanking on Thursday.

The exact reasons for the currency's rise and fall are unclear, but some commentators have suggested that the rise was caused by Chinese investors looking to move their money out of China ahead of a rumoured further devaluation of the renminbi. This theory is backed up by moves in the renminbi yesterday which coincided with bitcoin's plunge. The renminbi rallied 2.6% against the dollar, posting its biggest two-day gains ever.
China's central bank on Friday also warned investors to exercise caution when investing in virtual currencies such as bitcoin and met with the representatives of a major bitcoin trading platform in China, BTCC, according to Reuters. That appears to have shaken confidence further.
Mati Greenspan, a senior market analyst at trading platform eToro, says in an email on Friday morning: "We can see a huge correlation between the two currencies with the USD/CNH often acting days or even months ahead of Bitcoin."
But he adds: "If we drill down, we can see that the $150 plunge that we saw in bitcoin actually came hours after the PBoC's nuke [data from the People's Bank of China that caused the renminbi to spike]."

http://nordic.businessinsider.com/bitcoi...y-6-2017-1

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  Here is the new scam from Marcello!
Posted by: Cell - 2017-01-05, 07:56 PM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (10)

You all received the basis of his new scam project:

We are now prepping the next project that will run alongside Rimbit and this time there will be financial rewards and or products involved, that will not be coming from us, but from associated companies.

I cant go into specifics yet, but as a reward to Rimbit users who participate on this forum, you will be granted access to this project that will require no funds from you, as its simply a thank you for your participation on this forum.

   The project will commence with the building of the software


And blah, blah, blah... so, he is looking for his next scam, he does not know exactly what it will be, but he has an idea... oh, I mean THEY are looking for a new idea... you know, the "dream" team (in a literal way of speaking... as he just dreams they exist): Mark, Admin, Lamdumb... and all his sockpuppets! Smile

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