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General Discussion / Re: please leave poloniex
« on: February 02, 2018, 06:33:06 pm »
each time BTS are in serious market situation, poloniex is maintaining BTS wallet and users cannot withdraw BTS, I cannot understand this without supposing poloniex is in collusion with some whales to manipulate the BTS price and make money.

this always put Bitshares into dangerous place.

if you love BTS, please leave poloniex, witnesses, please remove poloniex price from price feeding.







 +5% +5% +5% +5% +5%

10000% agree.

Please do this ASAP, we cannot allow the manipulation of price via POLO any longer.

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General Discussion / Re: Why BitShares is being delisted from Bittrex?
« on: December 04, 2017, 08:38:23 pm »
It is nothing to do with the code.

At all.

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General Discussion / Re: Cryptofresh update, feedback
« on: June 28, 2017, 01:45:38 pm »
I have a few million shares to vote with, you have my vote bro.

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We have been busy at Remittio, refining our message and figuring our the best ways to serve our customers needs.  We are now focusing on consumers by moving to zero fees (in the next week or so), and focusing on merchants wishing to settle their digital currency with a push of the button.

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I will assist all persons needing help with wallets. 

PM me directly.

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General Discussion / Re: Cryptofresh API
« on: November 03, 2016, 10:00:27 pm »
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wow you guys are still going here....wow .

As for the marketing campaign - it is going stunningly well, thanks for your concern HA.

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I suppose that was my mistake in having an open conversation with you.

My apologies for setting of your radar.

No worries.  It wasn't much of a conversation which is what made it stand out even more. I'd never seen legitimate monied people talk like that. Still haven't. Glad to see one be so open about their finances.

Not sure what I am thinking in regards to the 2k requested for the marketing thing. It was something that'd allow them to publish directly to publications in the interest of Bitshares. A noble goal to be sure, but it seemed to sort of disappear when they were asked to provide their real name from the community. Probably my memory failing me, although in general it is pretty good.

Cheers.

edit - Also I never ever called you a scammer. That is your  doing. I didn't even imply it. I have no reason to think you are a scammer, just that you are a <ahem> a bit suspect. Honestly I had always wondered who you were since I was familiar with everyone at that convention that was involved with BitShares. I guessed you were Murderistic, but never knew until that picture was posted with you in.  Anyway, good luck on your endeavors and spreading blockchain technology to the gambling world out of the kindness of your heart.

I provided a name, and I belive a few others stood for me, but the vitriol displayed seemed to dissuade me from even attempting to reason with people.

I appreciate the comment, though it seems not genuine - "good luck - out of the kindness of your heart."

Save it if you are going to pretend you care [member=13110]gamey[/member].

ps - re: scam reread your comments, you said scam, scammy, etc  that's enough. and you know it.

pps - this forum is like my teenage son, it stinks - it doesn't know what it wants, it's unstable and generally unreliable.

I said "I wrote you off as a fraud".  I didn't say anything about your specific actions in business just as how you came across to me. I didn't use scam, scamming or whatever. Again, those are your words. I have reread what I said more than once now.  You can keep trying to rewrite what is going on, but I honestly have no reason to think you're a scammer. I didn't know who you were. You were just some dude with arm tats telling me how he made an easy million.

 I personally don't care, it is just that this was finally solved for me. That dude is Murderistic. Nothing more. I should have just kept my mouth quiet.

I'm not sure about this forum, back in the day it was quite a useful place although I will admit some passion was misplaced by users at times. It is an easy scapegoat, and has always been that way with certain types. I'm seeing it here.. pathetic.

I'm sure you're a smart guy and good at whatever marketing type stuff you do.  For real. I was poking fun about you about the gambling project that was for the good of mankind, but that was your spin.... now you act all hurt. Epic.

LOL. 

We all know why this community here is toxic - it begins with the general attitude displayed in your comments - and your friends.

Not playful.

Either way, enjoy knowing everything - this "fraudster" paid $10,000+ to advertisers and referrers that brought over 1k new people to steemit today.

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They asked for $27,000 dollars on steemit lol. We need to track these guys with a camera to see what they do each day. Anyways, Ned flagged this didn't he? Made me happy to be part of Steem/Steemit.

Actually, I already spent it, never asked for it.

We just let everyone know what the marketing cost of a real campaign that brought tens of thousands of people looked like.

Track me with a camera?

Champion of human rights and decentralization.  you make me sick [member=8871]ag[/member]

What is wrong with you?

Ned flagged it because...I don't know, let's ask [member=42572]Ned[/member] officially?

PS - I brought 800 new members to steemit today [member=8871]ag[/member] - what did you do.

[member=6]Stan[/member] @dan - this is why this community DIED.

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I suppose that was my mistake in having an open conversation with you.

My apologies for setting of your radar.

No worries.  It wasn't much of a conversation which is what made it stand out even more. I'd never seen legitimate monied people talk like that. Still haven't. Glad to see one be so open about their finances.

Not sure what I am thinking in regards to the 2k requested for the marketing thing. It was something that'd allow them to publish directly to publications in the interest of Bitshares. A noble goal to be sure, but it seemed to sort of disappear when they were asked to provide their real name from the community. Probably my memory failing me, although in general it is pretty good.

Cheers.

edit - Also I never ever called you a scammer. That is your  doing. I didn't even imply it. I have no reason to think you are a scammer, just that you are a <ahem> a bit suspect. Honestly I had always wondered who you were since I was familiar with everyone at that convention that was involved with BitShares. I guessed you were Murderistic, but never knew until that picture was posted with you in.  Anyway, good luck on your endeavors and spreading blockchain technology to the gambling world out of the kindness of your heart.

I provided a name, and I belive a few others stood for me, but the vitriol displayed seemed to dissuade me from even attempting to reason with people.

I appreciate the comment, though it seems not genuine - "good luck - out of the kindness of your heart."

Save it if you are going to pretend you care [member=13110]gamey[/member].

ps - re: scam reread your comments, you said scam, scammy, etc  that's enough. and you know it.

pps - this forum is like my teenage son, it stinks - it doesn't know what it wants, it's unstable and generally unreliable.

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I suppose that was my mistake in having an open conversation with you.

My apologies for setting of your radar.

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MichaelX on steemit has been a prolific contributor since he discovered it recently.  A quick scan of his posts show his awesome levels of competence.

He is the single most important business developer in the world to the near term future of BitShares.

I've been always wondering why Bitshares hasn't managed to attract more great blockchain devs. If Murderistic/MichaelX has been running the show behind the scenes, that might explain something. As everybody can see from his posts in this topic, he is not very nice person. I'd run away and fast if I had to work with him. He is clearly very angry, bitter and can't tolerate any criticism. It sucks quite much to work with people like him.

It was horrifying to read Stan's approval for this person. I'm pretty sure Bitshares will have quite a lot difficulties attracting competent devs or investors as long as Michael and Mark Lyford are associated to it in any way.

Seriously Stan... Nobody cares your personal views about Michael or Mark. What's most important for Bitshares (and Steem) is that any kind of associations with well known scammers are avoided at any cost. Mark has already ruined his reputation in the eyes of public and now Michael is trying very hard to ruin his own reputation too. When you are applauding these guys, you are causing serious harm for the reputation of Bitshares (and Steem).

I ran into this guy at the BItcoin thing in Vegas that several of us went to. I cant remember what we were chatting about to bring this up, but he was quick to talk about how he sold what I recall to be ~ $1 million worth of BTC at the peak.  It is a strange thing for someone with money to go around talking about amounts to random people like that so I wrote him off as a likely fraud. I always wondered if Murderistic was this same person.  Murderistic came around asking for $$ for some press release pass thing, but then refused to give out his identity. It was strange..

These are all from my memories and I may very well be wrong.

memories are indeed wrong.

I came around with a delegate proposal for a paid traffic campaign with banners and PPC traffic.  People didn't like it.  No press pass thing [member=13110]gamey[/member]

As for calling me a scammer because I talked about the fact I bought bitcoin at $30 and sold at 997 = well I guess that is your opinion.

Not everyone there was random, I knew Brian and Stan and Dan and Gregory and several others for quite some time.  Maybe your recollection is fuzzier than you think.

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MichaelX on steemit has been a prolific contributor since he discovered it recently.  A quick scan of his posts show his awesome levels of competence.

He is the single most important business developer in the world to the near term future of BitShares.

I've been always wondering why Bitshares hasn't managed to attract more great blockchain devs. If Murderistic/MichaelX has been running the show behind the scenes, that might explain something. As everybody can see from his posts in this topic, he is not very nice person. I'd run away and fast if I had to work with him. He is clearly very angry, bitter and can't tolerate any criticism. It sucks quite much to work with people like him.

It was horrifying to read Stan's approval for this person. I'm pretty sure Bitshares will have quite a lot difficulties attracting competent devs or investors as long as Michael and Mark Lyford are associated to it in any way.

Seriously Stan... Nobody cares your personal views about Michael or Mark. What's most important for Bitshares (and Steem) is that any kind of associations with well known scammers are avoided at any cost. Mark has already ruined his reputation in the eyes of public and now Michael is trying very hard to ruin his own reputation too. When you are applauding these guys, you are causing serious harm for the reputation of Bitshares (and Steem).

Point out where I have scammed a single person.  Otherwise retract your statement.

I'll wait.




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