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Ponzi Scheme PlusToken Might Be Behind Bitcoin's Crash, Traders Say

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Ponzi Scheme PlusToken Might Be Behind Bitcoin's Crash, Traders Say

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Ponzi Scheme PlusToken Might Be Behind Bitcoin's Crash, Traders Say

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University of Pitts Mathematicians: bitcoin a ponzi scheme, cryptocurrencies may simply be a mechanism for a transfer of wealth from the late-comers to the early entrants and nimble traders

University of Pitts Mathematicians: bitcoin a ponzi scheme, cryptocurrencies may simply be a mechanism for a transfer of wealth from the late-comers to the early entrants and nimble traders submitted by lingben to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

08-25 09:23 - 'You're retarded, Poloniex was a ponzi scheme? Bitfinex is a ponzi scheme? This is a funding market and you can lend your Bitcoin @ 5% (max) to the other traders that's all, they will pay you if they want to borrow your funds to tr...' by /u/2xHR removed from /r/Bitcoin within 65-75min

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You're retarded, Poloniex was a ponzi scheme? Bitfinex is a ponzi scheme? This is a funding market and you can lend your Bitcoin @ 5% (max) to the other traders that's all, they will pay you if they want to borrow your funds to trade. However, if someone lends at a lower rate like 0.05% a day in the order book then he will get the priority upon you.
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Bitcoin Trader Pleads Guilty to Ponzi-Like Scheme, Faces 20 Years in Prison

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Bitcoin Trader Pleads Guilty to Ponzi-Like Scheme, Faces 20 Years in Prison

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'Bitcoin is NOT a Ponzi scheme', says Indian crypto trader

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A trader is being accused of running a bitcoin Ponzi scheme

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Bitcoin-Trader.biz was a Ponzi scheme and Bitpay ran out of money. That's why.

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A trader is being accused of running a bitcoin Ponzi scheme

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A trader is being accused of running a bitcoin Ponzi scheme

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Is bitcoin-trader.biz a ponzi?

bitcoin-trader.biz looks interesting but not sure if anyone has used them on here? Do you think the web site is just another ponzi? Has anyone used them and taking out money?
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bitcoin-trader.biz ponzi

Just got this email...
"Dear Clients
Regrettably I have to announce the failure and closure of Bitcoin Trader.
While preparing for the final audit results, a task we were working on for weeks now, our bitcoin wallet has been hacked and emptied, just after exchanging our fiat holdings within the exchanges to bitcoin and transferring our entire holdings to our wallet, in order to proof our solvency.
It is a known fact that I personally opposed any proof of solvency, but agreed to conduct it for the sake of a few dozen small and medium investors.
The hacker contacted me shortly after he took advantage of our holdings and demanded a ransom in order to transfer the coins back. I have agreed to a 25% ransom of the entire sum, but haven’t heard back from him for several days now.
My aim was to create something based on trust, just as bitcoin itself is based on distributed trust. Unfortunately I must admit today, I have failed. All left to do now is to declare bankruptcy with the Panamanian authorities and to hand over all relevant files and information for further investigation.
Sincerely, John Carley"
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Bitcoin-Trader.biz Confirmed Ponzi

So it looks like reddit's suspicions have now been confirmed. Bitcoin trader withdrawals are no longer working. The owner was supposed to make a statement on Oct. 11 about a "server issue" but has vanished. You can watch the investors and reps slowly figuring it out on the facebook page
Anyone looking to put BTC into the site DO NOT. Anyone with BTC currently on the site, like me, you knew this was a gamble. Life lesson, hope it wasn't too expensive! Mine cost about 403mBTC. You win this round, "John Carley"!
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Bitcoin (BTC) en pleine ascension des Pyramides d’Egypte

Bitcoin (BTC) continue sa tournée mondiale, le monde ne tournant pas autour des pays européens, des Etats-Unis, de la Russie, de la Chine et de la Corée du Sud. Le BTC crée un oasis de revenu dans les déserts – d’emploi – égyptiens. Mirage piégeant les pauvres voyageurs avec des wallets desséchés ou vraie opportunité de revenu alternatif ?

Les trésors cachés de Bitcoin

Bitcoin est une pyramide de Ponzi alors, autant aller au pays des pharaons quitte à subir leur malédiction, non ?
L’Egypte fait partie des pays où Bitcoin est utilisé comme une source de revenu complémentaire ou alternative ; les égyptiens se lancent dans le trading et le minage.
Selon le site d’information Al-Monitor, les égyptiens, en particulier les jeunes, manifestent de plus en plus d’intérêt pour les cryptomonnaies.
L’économiste et conseiller financier Wael al-Nahhas indique que les jeunes investissent de petites sommes dans Bitcoin en dépit de l’augmentation de son cours.
Certains se sont lancés dans le minage de quelques satoshis et obtiennent un profit estimé à 4 à 5%, grâce à la différence entre le prix à l’achat et à la vente.

Moins de travail, plus de Bitcoin

La crise économique actuelle est-elle à l’origine de l’augmentation du nombre de bitcoiners en Egypte ?
Le taux de chômage y est passé de 7,7% à 9,6% au cours de ce second semestre 2020, selon l’Egyptian Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics.
Le trading de BTC devient alors une activité alternative intéressante.
Muhammad Abd el-Baseer, membre de la communauté « Bitcoin Egypt », indique que d’autres facteurs sont à l’origine de l’adoption de Bitcoin : il cite notamment la nécessité d’opter pour le télétravail ainsi que la réduction de la durée du travail mais aussi, l’instauration des couvre-feux. Les Egyptiens sont ainsi plus enclins à trader du BTC durant leur temps libre.
Selon lui, près de 16 000 Egyptiens auraient rejoint la communauté mais, ce nombre pourrait augmenter si ces derniers parviennent à convaincre leurs proches de se tourner vers les cryptomonnaies.
Toutefois, l’absence de législation précise sur les cryptos inquiète les égyptiens qui craignent d’être accusés de fraude.
Des rumeurs indiquent qu’une loi pourrait bientôt voir le jour et clarifier le cadre légal.
Les Dieux égyptiens béniront-ils Bitcoin ? La future législation du pays sur les cryptomonnaies jouera bien évidemment un rôle majeur quant au rythme d’adoption de Bitcoin et des altcoins. Tant que l’Etat ne sort pas une loi écrite en hiéroglyphes, que seuls des experts peuvent comprendre, c’est déjà ça ! Maintenant, il reste à voir si les hautes sphères de l’Égypte veulent suivre l’exemple du Venezuela ou pas…
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BTC Global – A Huge Ponzi Scheme

Oh No! Another Cryptocurrency Scam

Since Bitcoin was created back in 2008, there have been numerous shady individuals and companies for that matter that have used the hype to their advantage to facilitate cryptocurrency scams. These shrewd schemes conned thousands upon thousands of people who knew virtually nothing about cryptocurrency but wanted to invest in this alluring venture. 2018 is underway but here is this year’s top cryptocurrency scam thus far:

BTC Global

Just a little over two weeks ago BTC Global collapsed and Broker Complaint Registry has received numerous complaints pertaining to this fraudulent broker. The company claimed to be an exclusive platform providing unparalleled earnings through valid binary trading services, but that was unfortunately not the case. Here are excerpts from there website:
“We are backed by our founding trader at Steven Twain.”
This “Steven Twain” character is not a real individual.
“Steven has 6 years of experience trading binary options with consistent success, over the last 3 years he has started providing trading services for other large account holders ($10,000+ only).”
I have not come across any trading history pertaining to Steven Twain.
“Through our partnership with Steven, BTC Global have secured access to guaranteed 14% WEEKLY returns from as little as $1,000 in your account. We have also secured extra returns to pay out as referral commissions should you decide to share this opportunity with others! There are very few legitimate opportunities to get the kind of returns on investment BTC Global is offering so we encourage you to get involved as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.”
How can a legitimate company guarantee any sort of returns?
In BTC Global there were two ways one could earn:

  1. Return on investment, which was 14% of the dollar amount that was invested, paid weekly in BTC.
  2. Team shares or commissions on the people that the investor recruited or referred (think of a pyramid scheme).

BTC Global – a textbook Ponzi scheme.

The definition of a Ponzi scheme is as follows:
A deceitful investing scam guaranteeing high rates of return with little to no risk to investors. The Ponzi scheme produces returns for earlier investors by procuring new investors. BTC Global certainly fits the bill
Investment values generally go up and down over a duration of time, especially the ones that offer potentially high yields. If an investment consistently generates the same returns despite the market conditions or guarantees these high returns that is cause for pause.
Additionally, Ponzi schemes usually involve investments that have not been registered with the SEC, FSB or any other regulatory agency. Obviously, registration is pivotal as enables investors to access pivotal information pertaining to the firm’s management, services, products and most importantly finances.
Lastly and most importantly if you do not receive a “scheduled” payment or incur difficulty when trying to cash out your investment that is the biggest red flag. Those who promote Ponzi schemes regularly ask investors to “roll over” investments and often promise returns in excess of the amount that was rolled over.

How to protect yourself from a cryptocurrency scam

Although we have just talked about the BTC Global scam, this is not the only one. The very best way to ensure your funds are safe is to know how to identify and avoid ponzi schemes like BTC Global.
Stay far away from ICOs, unidentified companies and companies that do not provide suitable information. Be sure that creator’s names and all team members are publicly listed and verified and, if reviews give consistent negative feedback it best to avoid that cryptocurrency broker.
If you have fallen victim to a cryptocurrency scam, send a complaint to at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]), and we will do our very best to get into contact with you as soon as we can to initiate your funds recovery process. Visit www.fundsrecovery247.com for more information or Contact - [email protected] com.
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Dave Portnoy meets Pomp: ‘Bitcoin is just one big Ponzi scheme’

This post was originally published on this siteThis post was originally published on this site Popular day trader and founder of Barstool Sports Dave Portnoy revealed that he bought $1.25 million worth of Bitcoin even though he thinks its “just one big Ponzi scheme” in an interview with crypto podcaster Anthony Pompliano. Portnoy summed up his view of crypto trading as: “You […]
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Stablecoins Are Not as Safe as You Think. How Your USDT, PAX, BUSD Get Frozen in a Moment

Stablecoins Are Not as Safe as You Think. How Your USDT, PAX, BUSD Get Frozen in a Moment
Being created on the basis of blockchain, stablecoins were considered to be a safe haven for investors… until recently. Why is their immunity elusive and how does the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) plan to control them?
Established in 1989 by the G7, the FATF inter-governmental organization develops policies to resist money laundering and financing of terrorism. It sets standards and implements legal and regulatory measures to combat illegal financial transactions.
They developed recommendations for the monitoring of money laundering and keep revising them regularly. In case of non-compliance, law enforcement is executed via regional financial organizations. As of 2019, there are 39 full members of FATF, including the USA, UK, Australia, most EU countries, Singapore, India and the Russian Federation.
Since 1st July, the FATF organization has been headed by Marcus Pleyer. During the last FATF meeting, the new president expressed his concerns about global stablecoins and organizations that issue them. Although the organization had already dealt with these cryptocurrencies, it highlighted that, “it is essential to continue closely monitoring the ML/TF risks of so-called stablecoins, including anonymous peer-to-peer transactions via unhosted wallets”.
Is it ever possible to control crypto wallets that are not hosted on online exchanges? – you’d ask. We’re used to the fact that cryptocurrencies are outside the reach of banks and governments. However, when it comes to stablecoins, things are different.

It’s in the code

What makes stablecoins special is that they are pegging to fiat currency, for example, 1 TUSD = $1 USD. This means that such assets should be backed up by real money stored in the bank accounts of the issuing organization. Consequently, stablecoin creators need to comply with the requirements of the SEC, FATF and other controlling agencies, if they are to operate in the cryptocurrency sphere and be authorised to sell stablecoins. Transparent reports are not the only requirement, stablecoins must also provide the possibility of account blocking.
Surprisingly, this feature is implemented in each stablecoin. The experts from QDAO DeFi are covering several stablecoin protocols that enable this function.

OMNI-based USDT

Issued by Tether Limited, USDT is a stablecoin that was originally created to be worth $1 with each token backed by a $1 real fiat reserve. The currency was successfully promoted and added to major cryptocurrency exchanges but stayed a controversial asset. Despite the claims of Tether Limited, they failed to provide any contractual right or other legal claims to guarantee that USDT can be swapped for dollars or be redeemed.
In April 2019, Tether’s lawyers explained that each USDT was backed by only $0.74 in cash or equivalent assets. No audit of dollar collateral was done. A month before that, it changed the backing to include loans to affiliate companies. The scandal also involved the Bitfinex exchange that was accused of using USDT funds to cover $850 million in funds lost since 2018. They were also accused of manipulating USDT to push the BTC price.
Tether is available on five blockchains: Omni, Ehereum, EOS, Tron and Liquid. Only the latter does not have a freezing feature. Omni was the first protocol for USDT. Blocking of users’ accounts is possible, thanks to the following piece of code:

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Apparently, it’s used to blacklist addresses and contracts.

PAX

The concerns about PAX were centered around the notorious MMM BSC Ponzi scheme. Before the widespread adoption of DeFi services, it was the second-largest gas consumer after Ethereum. Out of 25,000 daily transactions, 5,000 were performed by MMM BSC. It was reported to be a scam but none of the accounts were frozen. Does it mean PAX lacked the resources to regulate illicit activities?
Evidently, not. The protocol code has a LAW ENFORCEMENT FUNCTIONALITY function that allows for the freezing/unfreezing of contracts or burning assets on blacklisted accounts. It turns out, anyone risks having their PAX coins destroyed during an investigation process while their accounts stay blocked.

History of frozen accounts

In 2019, the ZCash Foundation and Eric Wall conducted research on the privacy of stablecoins and revealed several frozen addresses. It’s not clear why exactly they were blocked. Most probably, it happened shortly after the exchange withdrawal – users took this action after witnessing platforms being hacked.

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USDT was implicated at least twice in scandals to do with freezing. In April 2019, about $850 million in Tether dollars sent by Crypto Capital Corp. were frozen by a New York court. Tether and Btfinex were accused of participating in a cover-up to hide about $850 million worth in clients’ funds. By July 2020, Tether had frozen 40 Ethereum addresses with millions of USDT (some of them are shown in the screenshot above).
The Centre Consortium was the next to follow their lead; about a month ago, it blacklisted an address with USDC worth $100,000. That was done in response to law enforcement.
Yet, it’s not only Europe and the USA imposing control over cryptocurrencies. Since June 2020, the Chinese government managed to block several thousands of users’ bank accounts. It was done to resist illicit activities, especially money laundering. On some of those accounts, no activity had been detected for several months. Meanwhile, prior to April 2020, Chinese residents moved over $50 billion worth of crypto outside the country borders – more than is officially allowed (a maximum of $50,000 per person).
The authorities claim that USDT and other stablecoins are often used in illegal activities. Together with the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), they are developing new ways of investigating digital crimes and money laundering operations involving exchanges and crypto wallets. Local financial bureaus and police are working tight-lipped about investigating startups and crypto exchanges. And they are succeeding at it.
In July 2020, Chinese authorities confiscated BTC, ETH and USDT worth $15 million from people who allegedly ran a fake cryptocurrency scheme.
By the way, not only corporate accounts are being closed. One investor claims his account had been frozen after using yuan to purchase crypto. Also, users who transfer illegally obtained money outside of the mainland in large amounts are under suspicion. Does it mean the Chinese government has started tightening the screws on cryptocurrency users?

DAI, USDT on Liquid and USDQ are the main options for stablecoin deposits

So, where can you store your crypto assets? USDT on Liquid and DAI are not the only solutions available. Consider making a deposit in USDQ, the stablecoin of the QDAO ecosystem. Like other stablecoins, it’s 1-to-1 pegged to USD. However, it cannot be frozen by a government, financial organization or anyone from the QDAO team. You can check it yourself by reading our Smart contract and USDQ Audit.
In QDAO, users’ accounts are never frozen by a single person – all account issues are solved by the entire QDAO community, with the help of a QDAO governance token.
In case of blocking (the chances of which are almost non-existent), you can address the QDAO community and get timely help.

Bottom Line

With FATF taking this new course of action, we might witness serious pressure on stablecoin providers. Some projects will resist it, but it’s still not safe to store your assets in popular stablecoins, especially USDT. Your account can be frozen by authorities for dozens of reasons without the possibility of retrieval.
Yet, there are a number of reliable alternatives and USDQ stablecoin is one of them. QDAO DeFi platform users feel free to manage their crypto reserves and make profitable deposits.
Want to be the first to hear QDAO DeFi news and updates? Visit our website and stay in touch with us on social media: Twitter, Facebook, Telegram and LINE (for the Japanese-speaking community).
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What do regulators say about BitQT ?

What do regulators say about BitQT ?

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BitQT BQ could be a laptop program that trades bitcoin CFDs automatically. The program claims to rely on advanced AI technologies to conduct trading research execution with a supposed win rate of up to 99p.c. BitQT BQ appears widespread with passive on-line investors, providing it is easy to use for all and doesn’t require a lot of your time to operate
It's conjointly said to require solely a tiny minimum capital deposit ($250) and reportedly generates up to $1k in daily profits from such a little account. However is BitQT BQ legit and if so, does it earn its users the said profits
As usual, we tend to have conducted a thorough investigation to determine if this bot is legit. We have a tendency to will gift our findings in this review and offer tips to assist you get started with it
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