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  1. I've been banned on RollingYourHead account for posting this: Bitcoinbox.biz (HYIP) by TheFrog. First I thought wait maybe I really misinterpret forum rules where point 9 says posting fraudelent content is against forum rules. Then I've read explanation why I have been banned and it said "ponzi schemes and other kind of scamming is not allowed" which implies I wanted to scam somebody OR it was my itention to let people to be scammed. As I stated in my first topic of HYIP, I did it because I've noticed there is plenty of people lets say "advertising" such sites. Since I am INVESTING from time to time into HYIPs I decided to post it. I never use referal links in it because I would feel actually bad if earned some money thanks to someone elses loss. I ALWAYS warn people that HYIP means High Yield Investment Program which basically means there is high risk of lossing money but also there is possibility of getting quite good reward in short time period. Then I have checked the forum section "Other websites" where over 40% of advertised websites are ponzi schemes (counted - checked. Yes over 40%). I was the only one that has been banned even if I was the only one that didn't even use referal links. Hakar_yusuf for example posted "One Coin" with his ref link and also he was willing to help people with the program. Quite funny considering fact One Coin was the biggest scam in crypto world ever and I even provided links to articles where you could read about all creators being ALREADY arrested. Then I thought hey maybe it's something personal? But then I realized I didn't even have a single conversation with TheFrog. There are 2 possibilities then. Either TheFrog does not understand what HYIP means not to mention IT IS NOT ponzi scheme UNTIL it lands into scam folder (when program stops to pay). TheFrog BROKE forum rules and banned me without even warning me orally I did something wrong (against the forum rules) and I should immediately fix it (in this case delete topic or change it's content). Go to Forum rules section and check it. Abusing power on the internet is actually a common thing. It won't worsen my life at any matter. I just wanted to clarify this. Last thing Paid the winners of 0.01 Giveaway. I won't be around on any other account (that would be AGAIN against forum rules). Created this account just to clarify this. Unfortunately won't be able to host any other giveaways because of that. Wish you best of luck people and remember do not treat gambling as a source of income! Cheers!
  2. So cocacola is the winner since he has been the closest. Anyway! Bitcoinani was really close too so I am going to give him a smaller prize too. Also I am going to send some smaller prizes to few more people that have been quite close in my opinion and didn't edit their posts too late. I was supposed to send the prize just to the winner but it's really fun rewarding you guys. Sorry to the rest that have been close also but edited their posts way too late to count them in this giveaway. I am going to send you tips tomorrow evening guys when I'm back home cannot do this from here, so I'm really sorry for the delay! Next "guess the prize" giveaway starting in 2 days! Thanks to all participants
  3. http://prntscr.com/g67bi6 We count closed candlestick at 00:00 GMT+1
  4. ended up with 0.09672200. I'm gonna check all the posts in the evening and send the prizes. Thanks for participating all!
  5. I admire you people for being able to predict what is going to happen in over 4 months basing on last two years december volumes on btc-usd pair lol. Not to mention Bitcoins price has NEVER been before where it is right now, so not a single chart is even able to create patterns and compare them with previous behaviours of this pair.
  6. What does this chart prove? How can you even put such topic name using word "strategy"? 98% bets just like that, not even increase on loss. Just autokiller on 1.01 payout with 1% house edge. Well congratulations you have proven nothing except that you know how to waste money lol
  7. That would be speculation @mmhaimhai and I am not speculant on the stocks. I am always relying on technical analysis. Let's be honest 30 days on some crypto (with actual fluctution of all of them) is like 12months investment on the regular stocks. This market is fresh, it's gonna take years before it grows to mature sizes and start to act like a grown up goods. To be clear about something I am not interested in short term investments, I am just curious what people would recommend. I've went through lots of topics in the forum and I found maybe 2 or 3 people investing in coins that are not speculants and are relying on any sort of anylisis. Buying anything on the stocks without those is simple gambling, not investing.
  8. there we go: http://fantasytechnology.weebly.com/gallery.html That's a pricture copied from that site. You know it's 2017 and what you did in here is not annoying, it's just sad. You take someone elses picture and try to tell people that it's yours. I kinda pity this kind of attitude actually. Goodluck on the next google trips
  9. suicidal strat but you know, what people like lol
  10. RollingYourHead

    Cheating

    Well as long as something is based on alghoritms and internet cheating is something common in gambling. In real table to cheat in poker game someone would have to be stupid, like really stupid.
  11. no idea what's up with this orange thingy. Nobody told me they are changing my color and why lol
  12. took around 2 hours i guess but I did it before fork happened. It's always great opportunity on forks. This scheme works always in the same way. Pump and dump, after that calculations. but I didn't expect that BCC will reach value of almost 0.5 BTC that fast
  13. Dear Coinbase customer, We wanted to give our customers an update on the recent Bitcoin hard fork. You can read more about what a digital currency fork is here: https://blog.coinbase.com/what-is-a-bitcoin-fork-cba07fe73ef1 Forks enable innovation and improvements to digital currency and we believe that we will see an increasing number of forks in the future. We expect this to be a vibrant and innovative community. When a digital currency forks, it creates a new digital asset. Adding new digital assets to Coinbase must be approached with caution. Not every asset is immediately safe to add to Coinbase from a technical stability, security, or compliance point of view. Our top priority is the safety of customer funds and we spend extensive time designing, building, testing and auditing our systems to ensure that the digital asset we support remains safe and secure. We may not always be first in adding an asset, but if we do, you can be sure that we’ve invested significant time and care into supporting it securely. We believe this is the best approach for us to maintain customer trust. In the case of bitcoin cash, we made clear to our customers that we did not feel we could safely support it on the day it was launched. For customers who wanted immediate access to their bitcoin cash, we advised them to withdraw their bitcoin from the Coinbase platform. However, there are several points we want to make clear for our customers: Both bitcoin and bitcoin cash remain safely stored on Coinbase. Customers with balances of bitcoin at the time of the fork now have an equal quantity of bitcoin cash stored by Coinbase. We operate by the general principle that our customers should benefit to the greatest extent possible from hard forks or other unexpected events. Over the last several days, we’ve examined all of the relevant issues and have decided to work on adding support for bitcoin cash for Coinbase customers. We made this decision based on factors such as the security of the network, customer demand, trading volumes, and regulatory considerations. We are planning to have support for bitcoin cash by January 1, 2018, assuming no additional risks emerge during that time. Once supported, customers will be able to withdraw bitcoin cash. We'll make a determination at a later date about adding trading support. In the meantime, customer bitcoin cash will remain safely stored on Coinbase. Thank you, Coinbase Team You see people? I guess coinbase realized what kind of opportunity they are losing when it comes to comissions. I am actually not surprised. Recieved this yesterday.
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