[Ponzi] PoS Coin Staking - StakeMiners.com


#1732

Yep this is the only ponzi I really made something from. All the others went bust before I got break even out of it.


#1733

Did he add a “fee” to you as well for calling him out?


#1734

I’m not sure how you managed to miss “this”… :slight_smile:


#1735

It’d have been nice to be ‘invoked’ with an @rootdude :slight_smile:


#1736

@rootdude

Mad photo editing skills that would make @Aethercollector weep :joy:


#1737

much font strength
such summoning
:smiley:

@rootdude you should learn counterspells so he can’t just summon you around whenever he choose :stuck_out_tongue:


#1738

Updated StakeMiners balance sheet below.

A couple of caveats:

NET explorer link provided by @cyberpinoy doesn’t work so I used this http://explorer.netcoin.io/address/nRAWBySK7wAm57biV9uNGASzWPZhsMPsQC

HBN explorer link doesn’t work either and as @vancefox explained there is no working one so I used last month’s balance for HBN.

As you can see the total value of StakeMiners assets is less than 42 BTC, or less than 1/3 of what @cyberpinoy is claiming to have “invested” (126 BTC). In other words @cyberpinoy collected 126 BTC from investors and has lost two thirds of investors’ funds.

Compared to last month the total value went down by more than 16% whereas @cyberpinoy is showing only a 1% decrease, i.e. the gap between @cyberpinoy’s lies and reality is widening. It looks like the decrease wasn’t just due to exchange rates because most coin balances are down too. It’s unclear where those coins went.


#1739

Maybe the maths is hard?

I did get one good piece of info from this, though - only NetCoin of all of the PoS coins is holding it’s own against stake sell-offs month by month. Maybe if we exclude the middleman (thief) we’d be doing pretty well with NetCoin.


#1740

That’s really nice of you to do for Leroy.
You should post it in a review on his FB page :smiley:


#1741

Done.


#1742

[quote]Done.
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Lol at the "suchmoon"facebook account and the “stake miners investors group” :slight_smile:


#1743

Anyone got a link to this Facebook account? I would love to read his babble the next time nature calls.


#1744

He might of taken it down already… if you posted it on the timeline.
If you post it in the Review section, like some other people did :). He might not notice it or be able to take it down.

Search for Stakeminers.com if this doesn’t work.
https://www.facebook.com/StakeMinerscom-1627849564105692/

FYI if you give the page 1-star then it will lower his average and people are more likely to look at the review you posted.


#1745

I posted a review, an image on the timeline, and a comment. He removed the things that he could remove but apparently he can’t remove a review:

He was kind enough to let me know that he doesn’t like it:


#1746

Hehehe good stuff :smile:


#1747

Stop posting the truth, it isn’t fair to his potential customers!


#1748

I had a feeling that the reviews couldn’t be taken down, after seeing a couple that weren’t removed.
Looking at Leroy’s page he sure likes to play a lot of FB games instead of investing monies…

That makes sense why Genesis Mining uses Yotpo testimonials then. So they have more control on the PR point.


#1749

…and woke up CyberDexter…


#1750

Got a bit of a discussion going last night here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1167201.msg13452034#msg13452034

tl;dr: @cyberpinoy claims that “at any time those values can change and your attack is merely at the mercy of the coin markets.”

No ■■■■, a service that invests in altcoins is affected by the coin markets. Who could’ve thought. How about letting your customers know how much of that mercy they actually have.


#1751

Still having fun I see.