Your Landlord say your rent is late, because you sent it to Quadrolate, but don't worry, be happy.
Shithousemining. In order to con people, you should at least know something about your chosen mode of crime. this numpty knows fuck all about website design, and a lot less than that about cryptocurrency mining.
Well, leaving the name Btcgen.app on your scams landing page wasn't the brightest move this fraudster ever had, so we'll add your other domain as well eh.
Whoever produced this pathetic fraudsite, you are in the wrong job. Nobody should fall for this.
Once bitten, twice shy. How many times do you want to get robbed by fraudsites called Hash Ocean?
For ex coin perhaps. This isn't a World Class Investment, it's a World Class wankers' attempt at fraud.
We expected to find a different kind of fraud, but it isn't a mixer scam, it's a run of the mill hyip scam.
This fraud domain, operating since 2012, was first registered in 2018. Of course the rest is lies as well.
So, you sent funds to a site called botcoin.world, and they arse raped you. Don't be that victim with the sore bot.
All those fake payouts, all those fake promises. This, like all these hyip frauds, is just code, and whatever lies they want to write.
- Cryptobi.biz & Cryptobi.info
Two scams for the price of two! Don't fall for either of them.
Just don't even visit this cpu melting java hell of a fraudsite.
A bullshit title, from a wannabe bitcoin thief. I hope you are reading this you little arsewipe, we are taking your lunch.
Bitmex The biggest place to trade.
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The scam that most newbies can fall for
Bitcoin and Crypto Multipliers
Bitcoin cannot multiply. It cannot double, triple, earn 10% a day interest, or be generated out of nothing.
To get bitcoin, you have to mine it, or buy it. Both of those options have market price, and so when somebody offers you a free lunch, just don't believe them. Anybody can, completely anonymously, put up a brand new website in a few minutes, that will promise you 1% interest an hour on your bitcoin, or tell you that you have somehow generated 1 or more bitcoin, but if you send funds, then those funds are simply gone and unrecoverable.
You sent them to a thief.
Visit our Safelist for a few sites where you can get started, or to buy bitcoin, why not try localbitcoins, where you can buy bitcoin from trusted sellers. You can buy as little or as much as you want, from a few dollars worth, to entire bitcoin.
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The Badbitcoin Project
Exposing bitcoin and cryptocurrency frauds since Feb 2014
If you have never read it, then a great place to begin your bitcoin adventure is by reading the very short original
White Paper, from Satoshi Nakamoto. This explains the concept of bitcoin, and why so many of us work so hard to progress this disruptive technology.
You can help propagate the network, and have a local wallet by running the bitcoin core software, available from Bitcoin.org. This will run a Bitcoin Full Node on your computer - don't worry, it's safe!
There are some legitimate investments out there, and some great casino's, places to earn and spend, and a lot to explore, but be careful, and if in doubt, don't send your bitcoin.
We aim to expose the sites that deliberately set out to defraud you, and list them before they can do too much harm, however, there will always be some of you who choose to ignore our advice, and there is nothing we can do for you beyond warning you. If it is in our badlist, it is an intentional fraud. You have been warned.
You will no doubt come across negative comments about this project, but understand that this is the scammers only route to fight back, and a great many of these scammers are the same people who are Senior, and Gold members of forums.
Forums relating to bitcoin are the best source of conflicting information ever, which is why we keep it plain and simple, we tell you it's a badsite (albeit sarcastically - we have to stay sane) and that's really all you need to know to stay safe. If it is in our badlist, avoid it.
It can be really easy to misunderstand the bitcoin environment when it's all new to you, and it will take you some time to grasp some of the rules, concepts, and limitations. This leaves you vulnerable to the swathes of scams and ponzis that try to lure you into their promises of easy money, and doubling or even 100 times multiplying your new 'Magic Internet Money'
It doesn't work like that. It isn't magic, it's just very efficient, very secure, and much sought after by thieves the world over.
If you have bitcoin, you need to learn to look after it, or these crooks will soon take it from you.
Don't make it easy for them. Contribute by reporting suspect sites to us when you find them, and we'll do the rest.