I fortunately, or unfortunately on how you look at it, had the time to read over all the leaked emails last year with others.
This is why myself and others had such a crush on Carmelo Milan (BTClend) over the last year.
Seeing Paycoin and the BTClend partnership was ■■■■■■■!
Instead of asserting outright. I like the methodology of Lie to Me.
As I like to say. Let the bad actors hang themselves with their words and actions...
Like I said to Carmelo, draw me a picture of your magic box and he did.
Eventually we pushed Carmelo out of this forum and to make his own. So he could create his own fool forum. Then we started posting the emails between him and JG.
You won't find Carmelo's operation live anymore. He tried folding the scam too many times and then when he tried to say his private software was AML compliant, it was a bit much. Whether it was my/our own emails to FinRa/SEC, the group destroying evidence, or what have you. He doesn't look to be coming back anytime soon™.
There are still other live players in the XPY section. That's why no one should be playing with that coin. Let it die and stop the folding bag holding games.
As for Marco Streng. There's no leaked communications, so far. He's playing a smarter game by being compliant and ripping customers off through the contractual business methods as I said above. It says Mathematician right next to his name so he knows what he's doing.
One only needs to look at how the open communications are handled to learn the shuffle or mouth service GM does.
While reading the logical fallacies of handwaving taking place in just this one example. I do have to admit Marco hired a really good PR writer or whomever writes these responses.
Marco's learned a lot and how to exploit the public from other companies failures. GM won't even allow you to recoup said "obsolete or unprofitable" miners to your home, like Bitmain enables you to do. Its really brilliant and sickening, but still legal.
I look forward to publishers reporting of their failure in the distant future, because like I said. He's playing inside the realm of law to exploit people in.
Like BCM - @BitcoinNewsMagazine started to do on GM.
It is odd however, how the page no longer shows the majority of the pictures tied to the content. Sort of like someone pressured BCM to remove them... hhhhmmmm.
Thankfully, for now, GM setup a webcam to provide assurance that blinking lights are occurring in their DC to address these concerns. So what if cam1 doesn't work. The other two clearly show our logo and emit some sort of trust... I guess.