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Topic: Bitcoin Randomizer, just a stupid pyramid scheme (Read 55379 times)

hero member
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hero member
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saw some other old thread revived earlier, glad to see this one is with some good news.

email sent with my old acct # and wallet addresses.

glad i used the client and not mybitcoin for those addresses.
legendary
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Don't know if I have coins still sitting there. But I'll try to get them. Wink

Regardless: Thumbs up for showing responsibility and sorting it out!


Edit: Got my Bitcents! Thx! Smiley
legendary
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Great you finally set this straight! Karma points for you.
administrator
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BitLex sent me my 15 BTC. Thanks!

Since I already made a large profit, I will return this 15 BTC if the Randomizer runs out of money to pay back users.
hero member
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first things first: i'm sorry!
i know it's been a long time, i hope you'll forgive me someday.

haven't really been active in the last couple of months,
only logged in to the forums to delete some junk-posts on the german subforums when i read about them on my mails and didnt really do anything in the bitcoin-world besides that.

so what happened to the randomizer?
as mentioned, it got hacked and no, it wasn't me.
someone injected the mysql database, changed users passwords, logged in to users accounts and changed btc-addresses to withdraw available coins.
that way he was able to grab about 100-150 bitcoins, or something in that range.

i probably should have taken down the site completely immediately,
but i actually planned to get rid of the leaks and bring it back on track.
life sucks sometimes though and i had to care about some other, more serious stuff in my life,
so i never found some time to even take a closer look into it.

anyway, there's still about 145BTC left on the randomizer wallet, i never touched them at all
and i would be more than happy to hand them out, the only question is how to do it.
if i just allow everyone to withdraw their available balance, even the hacker will be able to login to those accounts he changed and might get some more coins, noone wants that.

i guess the only feasible way would be for you to mail me with your username from the email address you registered your account with (if that mail address doesnt exist, you should at least be able to tell me, what it was).
it might take some more time, cuz i'll have to check each request manually, but i think it'll work.

if that's ok with you, please send your requests to [email protected]
member
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It looks like this site is a scam then, is that correct?

I also wasted 0.5btc on this site 6 weeks ago http://rand.bitcat.ch/ and I cannot even log in now.

Beware!
member
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LOL! After wasting 0.5 BTC and not winning anything myself, I don't plan on joining any other @stupid but [email protected] bitcoin moneygrubber. LOL, scammers hahahahaha!
legendary
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Regardless of all that's been said before regarding the events related to the old Randomizer:

BitLex is still active and a moderator in the German subforum.
I think BitLex should be displaced from any moderator position, since his behavior/inactivity regarding the Randomizer - even if an outright scam can not be proven - is not proper.

If at least 5 people here support this view I'm willing to initiate a petition to displace him.



I would like to see an answer, too. "got hacked and lost all the sweet coins" would be enough to make me happy.

Sometimes I am on the german subforum.

legendary
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Yeah, he could at least stop in and say something.

I would support such a petition, though I think the german subforum should have more say.

-Garrett


Just posted here since most people afflicted from the events regarding the old randomizer are in this thread.
sr. member
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Regardless of all that's been said before regarding the events related to the old Randomizer:

BitLex is still active and a moderator in the German subforum.
I think BitLex should be displaced from any moderator position, since his behavior/inactivity regarding the Randomizer - even if an outright scam can not be proven - is not proper.

If at least 5 people here support this view I'm willing to initiate a petition to displace him.



Yeah, he could at least stop in and say something.

I would support such a petition, though I think the german subforum should have more say.

-Garrett
legendary
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thank you
full member
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At least the Randomizer seems to work.

Got my first BTC today.

But still very few people in... hope it grows as large as the old one...



Doesn't this look weird: "No withdrawals possible..." Maybe another scam? I
It's run by xyu, the owner of bitcat.ch. Of course it could still be a scam, but he's trusted.
legendary
Activity: 1154
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Regardless of all that's been said before regarding the events related to the old Randomizer:

BitLex is still active and a moderator in the German subforum.
I think BitLex should be displaced from any moderator position, since his behavior/inactivity regarding the Randomizer - even if an outright scam can not be proven - is not proper.

If at least 5 people here support this view I'm willing to initiate a petition to displace him.

legendary
Activity: 1154
Merit: 1012
It may be possible, but other members in another thread assured me that the person doing it would be honest:

https://bitcointalksearch.org/topic/new-btc-randomizer-bitcatch-randomizer-33671
legendary
Activity: 2100
Merit: 1000
At least the Randomizer seems to work.

Got my first BTC today.

But still very few people in... hope it grows as large as the old one...



Doesn't this look weird: "No withdrawals possible..." Maybe another scam? I
newbie
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I don't know if I'm lucky, but I got a random referral who is the exact one after me : I'm number 38, he is 39  Grin

I'M NOT A NUMBER ! I'M A FREE MAN !
legendary
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newbie
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I agree, the entry is not very expensive, and if you're a early adopter, I could worth it

So you can join here
It's done by bitcat.ch, so it is quite reliable
legendary
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Well, I think we finally have to face reality and move our greed to the next level:

A new Bitcoin Randomizer has just been launched.
The interface looks neat, there are currently less than 50 participants, and you will loose only BTC 0.5 in any case.  Grin


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