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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....

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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.

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"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]."


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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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  The end is near...
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-05, 04:33 PM - Forum: Rimbit Talk - Replies (4)

...if this is true (lol) the end is near for us, Mark the scammer and Rimbit...Sorry Rimbit is terminated already. On the other hand it is Planet X so maybe it's here to buy the Rimbit company....


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  Stock investment...
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-04, 04:22 PM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (10)

I will only say....pay attention to this Danish company...


Prostvac...if approved and it's pretty close to that by FDA it's going to be a goldmine.


I of course don't know if it's ever going to be huge....but if the above vaccine makes it it will cure prostate cancer and I think we all are ready to pay for that if we should ever get that kind of cancer. 

(In Denmark the treatment is free)...

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  He or they, lol?
Posted by: Cell - 2017-01-04, 04:06 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (3)

Now, he admits that he is the only one working in the Rimbit "company":

So you need to ask yourself if demonizing an individual who works around the clock to maintain Rimbit, if he has created Rimbit for himself or created Rimbit, because he knows what is fair and what is not and took the time many years ago to work out the logistics of what was happening and dropped everything in his life to create what he knew would be the most controversial coin ever to be created and as such, strong enough to go ahead with the idea, against all ridicule and abuse.... All because he knew that Crypto in its current form is Elitist and only serves the miners and not the community!

Too funny... and, Marcello, I just want to answer that you are the only one who got paid more than a quarter of million USD to "work" on the project. You also banned all the members who really cared and worked for the project... for free! You are also the only one demonizing individuals who were scammed by you! Admit it, you destroyed the project, now you are on deep shit because you have no money left. Get over it and find a real job!

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  Bitcoin price....?
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-03, 10:42 AM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (9)

As we have seen over the past months the price of Bitcoins has gone up from ~$600 to now over $1000. As stated here it's the best performing currency last year (see link below).

The worst still (sort of) alive is probably Rimbit. (I did not investigate that).

Anyway I do not hope ANYONE will "invest" and speculate in a rise in price of those two currencies. Bitcoin is a proven currency, but the footprint on the environment because of Proof of Work (PoW) is unacceptable. It's also controlled by Chinese miners (it's true) and therefore the price can go to $200 or less in less that a week. You don't know.

Rimbit is a Proof of Stake  (PoS) coin. A green version if you want. Sadly Marcelo Karlsson is holding a wallet with more than 240.000.000 Rimbit and that alone is fraud. The original IGG campaign said that at the end of the campaign the remaining Rimbit would be burned. They are not. We all have been scammed. We together only hold around 50.000.000 Rimbit and that is more than enough if we want a new currency to succeed. Sadly the greed of Mark took over and he went bananas in the old forum. Just read Bob's sticky post. As long as Mark is running the show Rimbit will NEVER be worth anything more than a fraction of a cent. I doubt it will never be worth anything even without Mark around. 


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  If You Have These 6 Struggles, You’re Highly Intelligent
Posted by: Carsten - 2017-01-03, 08:25 AM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (6)

This hit me...I can see myself...Mark???? IQ of 180...lol. 


  • #10 Stephen Hawking – IQ 160.

  • #9 Albert Einstein – IQ 160-190.

  • #8 Judit Polgar – IQ 170.

  • #7 Leonardo da Vinci – IQ 180-190.

  • #6 Marilyn Vos Savant – IQ 190.

  • #5 Garry Kasparov – IQ 194."

"Most people regard highly intelligent people as super humans who have it all figured out simply because their brains can help them in any life situation and they don’t have to struggle with the problems of the ordinary people. Yet, the reality is quite different, as no matter how intelligent someone may be, they are, at the end of the day, just human.
They struggle with issues somewhat different than those of the rest of the world, but still challenging and difficult. If you are a highly intelligent person, these struggles and the lack of understanding from peers can leave you feeling lonely. Maybe your friends and family don’t seem to be mindful of your feelings. In order to help you fe0el acknowledged and understood, here are some of your most common struggles.
1. Small talk exhausts you
It can be quite a challenge for you to be involved in small talk about ordinary things. This is because your brain is overwhelmed with great ideas. Topics that interest you likely include science, art, philosophy, and those are rarely found in small talk. This makes you feel like you are wasting your time trapped in a suffocating, never-ending list of socially acceptable set phrases. All you really want is a like-minded individual to bounce ideas around with about the important stuff.
2. You think more than you speak
As your brain is wired to look for all possible solutions and answers to a problem, it may take you more time than a person of average intelligence to give your opinion or draw a conclusion. Moreover, if you are not completely sure you’ve got the right answer or a brilliant idea, you won’t speak at all. Your struggle lies in the fact that most people around you are not familiar with the way your thought process works, and they get confused or regard you as weird, introverted, or uninterested.
3. Your job can easily bore you
The need for your brain to be constantly challenged with new, greater ideas and projects can turn your once exciting job into ordinary and boring as you exhaust all ways to be creative with it. This can turn into a day-to-day struggle to finish your tasks. Additionally, in most cases, your boss isn’t so sympathetic to your longings and just wants the job done.
4. You sometimes have action paralysis
It is hard to be a thinker in a world full of go-getters that appreciate action more than great ideas. As you are too consumed with different ideas, you may at times be missing the action impulse. Unfortunately, people tend to mistake this trait as laziness which leaves you feeling underappreciated.
5. You are considered socially awkward
As if those aren’t enough, your next struggle comes as a result of all the previous ones. If you are feeling uncomfortable during small talk, refrain from speaking if not sure, don’t get inspired by old and exhausted ideas, or if you feel more comfortable with ideas than execution, people tend to characterize you as socially awkward. Little do they know, this only puts more pressure on you making you feel more self-conscious about your social conduct.
6. It is hard for you to fall in love
Finally, your quest for love is slightly more demanding than that of average people. Since you are much more cautious, analytical and independent than the rest, you tend to get mistaken for cold and high maintenance. Additionally, you can lack spontaneity at times, which makes your love interest, lose interest.
However difficult your daily struggles may seem, you don’t need to let them immobilize you from growing. You can work on expressing yourself more to others so that they can get a better understanding of your needs. You will find some common ground."


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  Happy new year
Posted by: Carsten - 2016-12-31, 12:44 PM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (15)

Hi all 

I wish you all a happy new year!

Out of the mess Mark Karlsson created, a new powerful community has grown and together we will create a true alternative to Rimbit or something else related to the blockchain.

See you all next year.

Be careful out there with all the fireworks etc.


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