Category Archives: Scammers

Do not pity Bitcoin Cash (Bcashers)

This cancerous community of Bitcoin Cash, bcashers, have been a thorn in cryptos side for over a year. Making false claims, lies, and intentional misguidance. Karma is showing through today, as you can see Bitcoin Cash is -40% and still falling. As of right now, there is no more BCH, only a couple of new altcoins BCHABC/BAB or BCHSV/BSV and a community that has done nothing but drag down the crypto space since August 1st, 2017.

No pity given, you try to become Bitcoin, you try to lie and cheat noobs, you want to go the cheap/easy route to get your hands on anything with “bitcoin” in the name, this is what happens.

Bitcoin Cash = altcoin
Roger Ver = liar & scammer
Craig Wright = liar & scammer
Ryan X Charles = liar & scammer
etc etc

Craig Wright email to Roger Ver

Bitcoin Cash having a civil war before the Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin ABC, Bitcoin SV fork on November 15. Craig Wright (aka faketoshi), of nChain, sent this email to Roger Ver:

“If you want a war…
I will do 2 years of no trade. Nothing.
In the war, no coin can trade.
If you want ABC, you want shitcoins, welcome to bankruptcy.
It was nice knowing you.
Bitcoin will die before ABC shits on it. I will see BCH trade at 0 for a few years. Will you?
Side with ABC, you hate bitcoin, you are my enemy. You have fucking no idea what that means.
You will.
I AM Satoshi. Have a nice life. You will now discover me when pissed off.
And, no. You Could have had proof. Your choice.
Fuck off,
Craig”

Roger Ver’s thoughts about the fork, and about the Craig Wright threats:

Bitcoin Cash has been a mess from the beginning. Problems with much of the crypto space, stemming from some BCH community members trying to confuse crypto newbies, saying “Bitcoin Cash is Bitcoin” (which is obviously lies and intended for confusion)

CCN article here
Coin Journal article here.

Roger Ver offers “free money” for scam supporters

Roger Ver is now claiming that Bitcoin.com will have an ICO soon, where he wants to “give free money” to anyone holding bitcoin cash. Another attempt of Roger’s to scam support from the vulnerable newbs. Terrible

Roger Ver tries to publicly buy support for his upcoming ICO

Source: Chris Derose show Bitcoin Unlimited. Beware, it’s a pro-Bcash show with 100% bias towards Bcash.

Tips on keeping a healthy & safe crypto space

Tips to keeping a safe and healthy crypto space:

1. If added to telegram chats unsolicited, report spam & leave group

I never joined Hyperion group. Report Spam. Leave group

2. See Twitter ETH giveaway scams, report them!

Report them. Block them.

Always report Tweet & block anyone with these 10k ETH giveaways

3. Never feed bcashers (after midnight lol), you do not want to see heads explode, as they all have built-in self destruct button

Don’t feed them, they survive off any attention!

4. If anyone tells you “BCH is Bitcoin”, they are scammers.

There is a long list of these scammers, names like: Calvin Ayre, Ryan X Charles, Roger Ver, Jimmy Nguyen, and many more. Be careful out there!

Coinbase account terminated

On June 11th I received an email from Coinbase about account problem. I login to my Coinbase account to see this message:

NOTICE OF ACCOUNT CLOSURE
Unfortunately, we had to close your Coinbase account. Before your account can be closed, you will need to withdraw your digital currency to an external wallet and any other funds (such as USD) to a bank account associated with your Coinbase account. Please take precautions when transferring digital currency to an external wallet, as transfers outside of Coinbase are irreversible. Please also be sure to delete any external references to digital currency addresses generated by Coinbase, as funds sent to those addresses will not be accessible once the account is closed. If you have any questions you may visit https://support.coinbase.com.

I quickly submitted a support ticket

My message: “Hi, i see my account is being closed, i had no warning and i’m not exactly sure why this is happening, can you please explain?”

Coinbase reply: “Thanks for contacting Coinbase Support. I’m sorry to hear your concern regarding your account closure. Let me help you with this one.

Our primary goal is to make our platform safe and secure for our customers. Coinbase is a regulated Money Services Business under FinCEN (FinCEN.gov), and as part of our responsibility, we are legally obligated to implement regulatory compliance mechanisms.

We regret to inform you that we are no longer able to support your Coinbase account as well as any other accounts you may have created. Please note, we have not blocked access to the balance currently in your Coinbase account; while we can no longer process brokerage orders via our banking relationship, you may still send your balance offsite to an external address.

There are a variety of factors which have been weighed in your case, and we unfortunately are unable to elaborate on our internal decision process. Please know that we do not make these decisions lightly, and do regret losing you as a customer.

We wish you all the best in your future endeavors. Thank you for your understanding. Please reply to this email if you continue to have issues or need help with anything else. Take care and have a nice day ahead.

Best regards,
Ron”

I have since seen more people had accounts closed on this Reddit thread including GAB & Wikileaks.

Coinbase, what has happened to you, terminating legitimate 5 year old customers accounts, and more importantly not giving any reason!!! bad bad.

Beware scammers posing as HitBTC reps

Scammers using HitBTC representations are rigorously aiming to scam anyone they can. So far I know they’ve been contacting members of the HitBTC forums.

They have ICQ accounts using the real HitBTC logos as their avatars. (Scammer ICQ: 723627901)
They even have the domain HitBTC.biz and send emails from support@hitbtc.biz (scammer email) as real .com reps

.

As you can see, the user “Death-Note” is most likely part of the scam.

HitBTC support replies:

Dear traders! HitBTC.biz are scammers, do not give them your personal information. HitBTC.com is the only right address. Follow basic internet security measures: don’t visit unknown suspicious links, check your PC for malware on a regular basis, and everything will be fine.

Another way they are phishing for our personal informations is through ICQ. I’ve been contacted via ICQ by someone who claims to be part of the HitBTC team. To confirm about this I asked the HitBTC team in a thread, posted below:

.

Dear @TalkBitcoinsCom HitBTC support team has no ICQ support service. We strongly recommend you to not talk to these people. Don’t visit unknown suspicious links, check your PC for malware on a regular basis, and everything will be fine.

As you can see, another confirmed scamming or phishing attempt.

We all need to beware, these scammers are rigorously attempting to steal anything they can from you, information, money, crypto, ANYTHING.

Is Litecoin Cash really a scam?

Everyone in the crypto space is aware of the recent Litecoin pump, some say due to the announcement of Litepay, some actually think part due to the upcoming “fork” of Litecoin called Litecoin Cash (LCC).

Charlie Lee posted on Twitter saying LCC is a scam:

PSA: The Litecoin team and I are not forking Litecoin. Any forks that you hear about is a scam trying to confuse you to think it’s related to Litecoin. Don’t fall for it and definitely don’t enter your private keys or seed into their website or client. Be careful out there!

Since on the topic of scams, any fork of Litecoin, calling itself Litecoin something or other, is a scam IMO. Litecoin Cash, Litecoin Plus, Litecoin *… all scams trying to confuse users into thinking they are Litecoin.
This also applies to all Bitcoin forks trying to confuse.

But with the way he’s wording it on his tweet, I believe he means it’s more of a theft, as in intentional branding theft of Litecoin and misleading crypto investors rather than actually scamming users for their Litecoins. Also there is no reason for a fork of Litecoin, it’s completely unnecessary and for that fact some may call this a cash-grab by the creators of LCC, or even call it scammy.

This is just my opinion, read more about the Litecoin Cash “fork” or whatever you want to call it, on the Bitcointalk thread here.


Price Prediction for Litecoin Cash

Lets say a 1:1 fork coin would roughly be a 10th of price of Litecoin, so at current rate we’ll say $22, but since LCC distributing 10:1 I think it’s safe to assume a 10th of that, which would put it at $2.20 according to my estimation.

I still believe since the fork is basically useless, maybe worth a minor pump off the bat, or a dump as people trying to rid of their received coins, my overall guesstimate would be $0.75 – $1.50 per 1 LitecoinCash (LCC).


Supporting Exchanges

So far only one crypto currency exchange has made any specific statement about possibly supporting the Litecoin / LitecoinCash fork. Mercatox exchange had this announcement today:

LTC processing upgrade
Mercatox is performing a scheduled LTC node system and processing upgrade The upgrade will take approximately few days. Mercatox will suspend withdrawals of LTC during this period. We apologize for any inconvenience caused, and thank you for your patience. Also we will cancel all stacked withdrawals and will ask you to order it again.
We will do our best to accept the upcoming fork which should occur on or around February 19th, 2018 and fund your accounts with LCC.
Thank you for staying with us. SOURCE
Mercatox Team

UPDATE: Yobit, TradeSatoshi, Crypto Bridge, SouthXchange and MeanXTrade all announced support of LCC.


More facts about LitecoinCash

Site: https://litecoinca.sh
Exchanges: Mercatox, Yobit, TradeSatoshi, Crpyto Bridge, South Xchange & MeanXtrade
Fork date: approx Sun February 18, 2018
Block height: 1371111
BitcoinTalk thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2876538.0;all
Twitter page: https://twitter.com/LitecoinFork
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/LCCofficial/
Interview with Litecoincash team member