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The #rimbit scam continue
#31
(2016-10-15, 08:11 AM)Carsten Wrote:
(2016-10-15, 03:51 AM)Cell Wrote: I guess he sold all the mirrors he had in his house...

Smile Smile Smile Yes and replaced them with pictures of Admin.

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#32
(2016-10-13, 05:29 AM)m9a8s1h7e6d4k9e0y6s Wrote:
(2016-10-07, 09:35 AM)tw0t Wrote: I think what bugs me most is that with $200k raised on a kickstarter/indiegogo, I would have been willing to commit probably several years of my time into a initially non-profit project and worked for cheap for it.
I have seen some great kickstarter and indiegogo campaigns where open source developers have sold their work force for relatively cheap just to advance a project for the greater good.

I should have got suspicious when I asked about the slow progress on github and he was just evading the question.

Same here.  I was right on board.  As an aside, speaking on non profits, does anyone know who has access to the beautifully made .org site.  It would be worth making that the first stop for this forum (when the manifesto and planning is complete, or while).  Some of the links may need to be updated (wallets).  I prefer it over the new .com: It appears more tech inspired, modern (I remember reading that the trend now is users prefer less on a website, not more.  It's too overwhelming.), to the point and the data was segregated well.  It had a lot of good elements (like the block explorer and layout).  May be worth reviving?  Just a thought.

Hello, I think you are posting on the wrong forum? This is the forum fighting against the RIMBIT scam. This is not Marks forum.
What is this thing that builds our dreams, yet slips away from us?

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#33
(2016-10-15, 06:16 PM)Hugues Wrote:
(2016-10-13, 05:29 AM)m9a8s1h7e6d4k9e0y6s Wrote:
(2016-10-07, 09:35 AM)tw0t Wrote: I think what bugs me most is that with $200k raised on a kickstarter/indiegogo, I would have been willing to commit probably several years of my time into a initially non-profit project and worked for cheap for it.
I have seen some great kickstarter and indiegogo campaigns where open source developers have sold their work force for relatively cheap just to advance a project for the greater good.

I should have got suspicious when I asked about the slow progress on github and he was just evading the question.

Same here.  I was right on board.  As an aside, speaking on non profits, does anyone know who has access to the beautifully made .org site.  It would be worth making that the first stop for this forum (when the manifesto and planning is complete, or while).  Some of the links may need to be updated (wallets).  I prefer it over the new .com: It appears more tech inspired, modern (I remember reading that the trend now is users prefer less on a website, not more.  It's too overwhelming.), to the point and the data was segregated well.  It had a lot of good elements (like the block explorer and layout).  May be worth reviving?  Just a thought.

Hello, I think you are posting on the wrong forum? This is the forum fighting against the RIMBIT scam. This is not Marks forum.

Don't chase them off!   Educate them on the scam!
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#34
Yes I hope you all know that Rimbit is a scam, and it is all orchestred by Mark/CyberHippie/Admin/A dozen more names... not us. Any questions? Wink
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#35
Look how well we does without Admin and rules! That's what I told Mark sorry Admin multiple times....and then posted "The Wall" by Pink Floyd.
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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#36
What needed to be moderate was, from his POV, the questions have for him.
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